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The 360 View


In the 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes brings you her well-rounded look at the most pressing social and cultural issues plaguing our globalized world today. From education to politics, trade, and more, Scottie breaks down global trends and helps you, the viewer, see how local issues affect the entire globe. Join us as we expand your perspective on the 360 View.

Dec 5, 2023 07:12

National debt

The United States is currently $33 trillion in debt. It only keeps growing administration after administration, no matter which party is in office. On this episode of 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes and a panel of experts look at who is for and against this out-of-control spending. Who owns this debt? Are we just becoming a money slave to China? And what happens when relations with the PRC deteriorate, and they come to collect? Radio host Malik Abdul, political analyst Steve Gill, and legal and media analyst Lionel all join Scottie for this conversation.

Nov 28, 2023 06:10

On the campaign trail again – one year out

It’s never a good thing when a country's electorate uses words like dread, exhaustion or probably the worst adjective, indifference, to describe their attitude towards the campaign season. Voters should be excited at the opportunity to either affirm the course a country is heading in or if it’s so bad, be excited at the chance to change. On this edition of 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes and a panel of experts are going to examine why Americans are dreading the 2024 election. Is this more about the world events happening or the tone and tenor of politics in America today? Joining Scottie are Steve Malzberg, Steve Gill, and Garland Nixon. 

Nov 21, 2023 05:54

War funding double standard - Gaza, Israel, Ukraine

The US has been urging American citizens to leave Middle Eastern countries such as Lebanon, Iran and Israel and will loan Americans the money to buy plane tickets home, if needed. Ironically, the US is more than willing to give 75 billion dollars to Ukraine, $3.31 billion to Israel and $100 million to Palestine. On this episode of The 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes asks our panel, Steve Malzberg, Steve Gill, and Micheal Maloof, if there is something wrong with a country which is willing to fund a war but not ready to foot the bill for its own citizens escaping it.

Nov 14, 2023 05:59

Domestic abuse: The shadow pandemic

One of the consequences of lockdowns was an increase in domestic abuse across the globe. People in abusive relationships no longer felt they could leave when things got bad, knowing leaving is hard enough as it is. The United Nations referred to the rise in domestic violence victims as 'the shadow pandemic' during COVID-19 lockdowns. Now, here we are, three years after the pandemic, and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) says the number of victims remains a concern. On this episode of 360 View, Scottie Neill Hughes is joined by Barry Goldstein, an attorney and expert witness, to discuss the shadow pandemic.

Nov 7, 2023 06:12

Climate change blame game

Remember when everything caused cancer? Well now climate change causes everything. People are blaming natural disasters, the war in Ukraine, divorce, and even a rise in domestic abuse on climate change. You know who isn’t getting the blame? The big corporations that dump millions of tons of waste into our oceans and landfills every year, killing fish and sending toxic chemicals into our land and waterways. On this episode of The 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes speaks with Patrick Moore, an ecologist and environmentalist, and founding member of Greenpeace, about how the excuse of climate change simply is being used to divert power to authoritarian governments to gain control of how you commute to work, when you heat your home, and yes, even cook on your stove.

Oct 31, 2023 08:07

The definition of racism

The top ten most racist countries in the world are Qatar, Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Slovakia, Myanmar, Israel, Ukraine, and the US, according to World Population Review. The study claims the reason for these findings is these countries have a high population of native-born residents and relatively few immigrants and international residents. But the United Arab Emirates and the US have some of the highest populations of immigrants and refugees in the world. On this episode of The 360 View, Scottie Nell Hughes speaks with political commentator and analyst Clinton Nzala about the qualifications for being considered a racist country and who decides what is racist. Are there actual underlying factors that can determine a nation’s racial tensions, or are these kinds of rankings meant to mask a political agenda?