Tag: politics

Let’s get hacked! – 01×02

Deloitte, a UK accounting firm got hacked and what it could mean in the future for cybersecurity. Also, US Senate Dems are filing a bill to remove the debt ceiling. Would it benefit us or could it lead to something more severe? Hosted by Antwand Howard and Francisco Pierre-Louis [powerpress] Timestamps: (0:30) Deloitte hit by cyber-attack revealing clients’ secret emails (6:30) Senate Dems file bill to eliminate debt ceiling Articles used in this episode: Deloitte hit by cyber-attack revealing clients’ secret emails. Source: The Guardian Senate Dems file bill to eliminate debt ceiling. Source: The Hill Image Credit: Hacker by

The Broke, Bankrupt, and Beaten (feat. Corbin Craig) – 01×01

Is St. Louis a vision of what’s worst to come? Is the iPhone X a scam, and does Toys R’ Us bankruptcy spell the end for retail? Hosted by Francisco Pierre-Louis and Antwand Howard Special Guest: Corbin Craig. He’s a musician and runs the political commentary channel Darkmonsterccc on Youtube. [powerpress] Timestamps: (0:53) The Police State in St. Louis (14:57) iPhone X: Is it a scam? (24:04) The Death of Retail + Bonus: The Beauty of Decentralization Articles used in this episode: Police in riot gear trample over woman during St. Louis protests. Source: MookyDaKiD’s Youtube channel iPhone X.

The world’s most persecuted minority

The Rohingya people claim to be of a Muslim descent and have lived uneasily alongside the Buddhist community of Burma for decades. Currently, there are about 1.1 million Rohingya who lives in the Southeast Asian country and among the country’s 135 official ethnic groups, they have been the ones who have been persecuted and denied citizenship in Myanmar since 1982. There have been mass killings of Muslim men, women and children, cases of rape and arson by the alleged Myanmar state security forces justified by the impudent statement, “unfinished business”. On the 27th of August 2017, in a killing

Trump drops hints on his new strategy in Afghanistan

Donald Trump the distinguished president of the United States, yet again, dropped a mind-blowing, heart-racing and thought-provoking bomb on us in his latest address to the troops at Fort Myer. He started out his address relating to the importance of a victory in this nearly 16-year-old conflict for the Americans. “My original instinct was to pull out, and historically I like following my instincts,” he said. “But all my life, I’ve heard that decisions are much different when you sit behind the desk in the Oval Office.” He also related to the wrong decisions made by the previous administration