Our guest on today’s show was L.T. Belvedere, a blues singer-songwriter. We talked all about the challenges of getting paid as a modern musician, whether technology and platforms like YouTube and Patreon have helped at all, and what you are … Continue reading Chatter Episode 20 – Luke Belvedere On Getting Paid As A Musician
Almost every single industry has seen major disruption as a result of the explosion of technology over the past two decades. Transport, retail, media, the list is endless, and yet politics has escaped it’s grasp to an extent not seen … Continue reading Governing Is The Last Frontier For Technological Disruption In Politics
Harry Fone of the UK Libertarian Party was our guest on today’s show. We talked all about what the Libertarian Party in the UK stands for, how it differs from it’s US counterpart, and Libertarian Party stances on a lot of issues … Continue reading Chatter Episode 19 – Harry Fone On Libertarianism and The UK Libertarian Party
Thus far, Republican’s in Congress have been unwilling to remove the Senate filibuster in order to help advance their legislative agenda. Despite swiftly removing the filibuster for nominations in order to push through Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, Neil Gorsuch, and … Continue reading The Republicans Are Tying Their Own Hands, But Why?
Dr Katy Hayward, author at QPol (Queen’s University Belfast’s policy unit), was our guest on this show. She is a political sociologist with a PhD on the subject of the impact of European integration on cross-border relations on the island of Ireland and … Continue reading Chatter Episode 18 – Dr Katy Hayward on Brexit and The Irish Border
On the surface, there are several very obvious reasons for the significant differences between the atmosphere at the Labour and Conservative party conferences. Labour enjoyed a massive turnaround in popularity during the general election campaign, they sprung from a 24 … Continue reading The Tale Of Two Conferences