In this episode Stephen looks into the long and storied history of the Supreme Court making judgments on sexual harassment from the women getting recognized as workers deserving of rights in 1964 to the fight for equality today.
Many people are talking about the problems associated with laws that protect websites from Independent Service Providers, but what is really going on.
When African Union troops begin to leave Somalia, because it has began to feel like they are smearing the mess rather than cleaning it, the US stepped in with a less sympathetic approach to the problem.
In this episode Stephen looks into the long and storied history of the Supreme Court making judgments on protests from Civil Rights in the 1960s to abortion clinic protests today.
In this episode Stephen looks into the logistics of how some of our biggest politicians have laundered money.
Following up on the previous episode, Stephen looks into how supreme court precedence effect today’s gun control debate. From AR-15s to Stun Guns, what guns can be banned, what guns can’t, and why?
In this episode Stephen looks into the long and storied history of the Supreme Court making judgments on the second amendment.
It was just reported that the Ozone Holes are the smallest they’ve been since they’re discovery, and they’re shrinking ahead of schedule (a good thing). I take a second to look at how impressive that was and get inspired.
Short answer, no, although, since its creation in 2001, the International Criminal Court has only brought charges against Africans. Why is that and how are people responding?
We’ve heard a lot about Trump’s collusion with Russia, but over the past month Fox News has been hitting back with their own corruption story about Hillary and the Uranium 1 deal. In this episode Stephen looks into the validity of their claims.