Under the UK’s Data Protection Act, if any company that holds computerized records on you, they must release that information in an ‘intelligible form’ to you on request. Continue reading “Demand your data from Cambridge Analytica”
Trita Parsi is the founder and current president of the National Iranian American Council, the author of several books on foreign policy, and he’s a regular media commentator. His latest book is Losing an Enemy, Obama, Iran and the Triumph of Diplomacy.
Hadley Heath Manning, is the director of policy for Independent Women’s Forum and Independent Women’s Voice, and a Fellow at the Steamboat Institute. Continue reading “CO071 Hadley Heath Manning on the Gender Pay Gap”
Bill Scher is a contributing editor at Politico magazine and a contributor at Real Clear Politics. We talked about his article Deficits Don’t Matter. So Why Are Democrats Complaining About Them?
Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute, and editor in chief of Cato Supreme Court Review. Continue reading “CO068 Ilya Shapiro on Discrimination v Expression”
Dr Warren Farrell, along with co-author Dr John Gray, wrote The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It published by BenBella Books in March 2018. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook. Continue reading “CO067 Warren Farrell on Why Boys are Struggling”
Yaron Brook is an entrepreneur, podcaster and writer, and the current chairman of the board at the Ayn Rand Institute. You can watch his video that I raised here. Continue reading “CO066 Yaron Brook on Healthcare and Cellphones”
The current editor of Black Pigeon Speaks has been in touch to clarify that Heather does not speak for the site and is no longer associated with it. I’m happy to make that clear.
H Sterling Burnett Senior fellow in energy and the environment at Heartland Institute and managing editor of environment and climate news there. He has a PhD environmental ethics. Continue reading “CO063 Sterling Burnett on the Heartland Institute and Climate Change”
Linda Bellos is a businesswoman, radical feminist and gay-rights activist. She was a member of the collective that produced Spare Rib, a British feminist magazine, and was a member of Lambeth Borough Council in London and was the leader of the council from 1986 to 1988. Continue reading “CO062 Linda Bellos on Battles in Feminism”
Anthony Davies is associate professor of economics at the Palumbo Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University, and presents the podcast Words and Numbers, and has written many research papers including this one which I mentioned in the podcast. Continue reading “CO061 Anthony Davies on Broken Windows and Income Inequality”
Jay Townsend is a political consultant from Indiana who has worked for a variety of candidates, mostly Republican. Continue reading “CO059 Jay Townsend on Political Consultants”
Zach Elwood is a former professional poker player and the editor of Reading Poker Tells, but I talked to him about the articles he wrote Examining fake-American Facebook accounts posting rightwing and pro-Trump content and Top 7 signs a Facebook account is fake. Continue reading “CO057 Zach Elwood on Fake Facebook Accounts”
Alex Kack is a comedian and blogger, and we talked about his piece on Venezuela and its collapsing economy. The collapse is so severe that Venezuelans are literally starving; 75 per cent of Venezuelans have lost an average of 19lb, 8.5kg each. Continue reading “CO056 Alex Kack on the Venezuelan Collapse”
Heather Mac Donald is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. She is the author of The War on Cops: How the New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe. Continue reading “CO055 Heather Mac Donald on the War on Cops”