Mar 25, 2021
The House just passed the 'For the People Act', one of the most expansive election reform bills passed in some time. Genya Coulter (a.k.a. @ElectionBabe) joins us to discuss what's good about it, what's not so good about it, and how it's possible to like and dislike individual parts of a legislation and not be ANTIFA...
Mar 18, 2021
The US is routinely criticized for light treatment of human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia. What if this had more to do with maintaining the status of the dollar as the world's global reserve currency than it did with oil?
The Data Monkey and I explore this, and revisit YDHTY's own cryptocurrency - McGriddleCoin.
Mar 11, 2021
In 2016, personal data harvested from social networks was used to micro-target voters in ways previously unseen. It not only raised awareness of the amount of data available on individuals to those who could pay for it, but also revealed how it could be used to further divisions in society.
Denise Howell, technology...
Mar 4, 2021
Walter Olson, Senior Fellow of the Cato Institute and member of Maryland's Citizens Redistricting Commission, discusses the steps the state of Maryland is taking to ensure a fairer redistricting process, and strategies other states can borrow to improve theirs.