Professor Mark Blyth analyses the fall of neoliberalism and the global financial crisis. Giving a poignant and comprehensive argument as to why the stagnating economic conditions and austerity allowed the populism of Podemos, Brexit and Trump to thrive. Continue reading Why Populism Bit Back
Henry Rollins discusses his incredible story of going from a minimum wage ice cream server to a leading musician and actor. Rollins shows incredible humility and honesty shedding light on the truth of how heartless and cold America can be as a nation. He knew what happens to “guys like him” if they don’t make it to the top. They end up with no … Continue reading Every Opportunity is a Lifeline
Professor Mark Blyth aptly synopsises the problems with a neoliberal economy and how income inequality has spiked so significantly in recent decades. this is a formal discussion wihich deals with tech company monopolies and the weak institutional responses to corporate malpractice and unethical activities in the U.S market. Continue reading Professor Perfectly Explains Income Inequality
Author, commentator and journalist Owen Jones discusses his views on the major failings of left wing politics globally and how they can overcome the populist right which has become increasingly popular in recent years. Continue reading How Do The Left Beat Populism?
Simon Sinek explores the reasons why Millenials are getting a bad reputation. From growing up with a toxic addiction to social media to the sense of entitlement which is cultivated in today’s youth through instant gratification and pampering. This talk is a riveting insight into the potential damage of overuse of social media at a young age and poses some stark questions about how young … Continue reading Why Millennials Can’t be Happy
Gay Talese analyses whether journalism has become a failed profession. And whether journalists going from outsiders looking in to events, to partisan insiders of particular causes has destroyed the functions of a public media what at do you think? Continue reading Why No One is Reading The News Anymore
Vlogging (video-blogging) and vloggers have taken the internet by storm and garnered massive followings across social media. However this video questions whether they are both corrosive for the creator and the audience. Vlogs, while presented as organic diary entries of a person’s life are always artificial. They are edited and tailored to an audience and not an accurate presentation of one’s actual life. The danger, … Continue reading Why Watching Vlogs Can Destroy Your Mental Health