6 Volumes of the Archives heavily resource Kenneth Burke
The Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric is a "peer reviewed journal of current event analysis." It's main goal is to tie in theories of scholarly rhetoric with current events, such as President Obama's speeches or the "Black Lives Matter" campaign. On February 18, 2016, six articles were put up on the main page of the website for reading, sourcing, and analyzing. Volume 4 cites Burke when arguing the balance between human and computer performance, and again in Volume 1 when discussing the fight to hold onto our "sanity" when dealing with modern "Machines."
The volumes, along with the pretty impressive blog in my opinion, can be found here.