Gen Z GOP is an organization that aims to chart a new vision for the Republican Party. Our podcast centralizes around the importance of building a GOP that addresses issues often abandoned by the current iteration of the party.
episode twelve: a conservative's experience in the republican party (w/ shermichael singleton)
in episode twelve of the gen z gop podcast, ryan and john talk with veteran republican operative shermichael singleton on his experiences in the republican party and as an alumnus of the trump administration.
episode eleven: what's the fuss? just discuss
over the past two decades, the rise of modern technologies has overhauled the ways we engage in campaigns and politics. social media has made a new medium for voter contact, but with social media arose a new forum for people to discuss political issues. since then, social media has grown to a breeding ground for hyperpartisanship and fake news. this sad phenomenon has greatly damaged our civil discourse and continually results in great ramifications in our current political climate.in episode eleven, john, mike, and ryan discuss how this poor civil discourse has infiltrated campuses and communities across the united states.
episode ten: a pandemic crazed campaign
with the rise of social distancing and other covid-19 protocols, campaigns have had to adjust their get-out-the-vote efforts to adhere to guidance. some campaigns, including joe biden's, has decided to vacate the practice of canvassing. will this strategy have down-ballot ramifications?on episode ten, john and ryan address this looming question and anecdote their experiences this election cycle as they manage state representative campaigns in the commonwealth of massachusetts.
episode nine: what is going on? (w/ tim miller)
in recent years, the republican party has faced an ideological shift that has highlighted the divide within the party. this, in turn, has deterred more young people from getting involved in republican politics.joining us on episode 9 is tim miller, an author at the bulwark, host of the snapchat show not my party. tim is also a former senior advisor at our principles pac, former comms director for jeb!, and former spokesman for the rnc.
episode eight: civics education, a crucial democratic foundation
only nine states and the district of columbia require a year-long course in civics education. because of this, as well as other factors, younger generations are disproportionately uneducated and disconnected from understanding their government and politics. this disconnection has fueled poor civil discourse and contributes to many of the issues that the nation currently faces. mike and ryan discuss this issue with anecdotal evidence from their past and the need for immediate action on civic education.
episode seven: no more indefinite deficits
in recent years, the deficit has soared, only contributing to the immense debt the nation is in. while many republicans have pledged to go to Washington and help lower our deficit, they have fallen short, some forgetting their original pledge. on this week's episode, the guys discuss the importance of fighting for fiscal responsibility and how this contributes towards fighting for a conservative approach to limited government
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A Peek into a Possible Future GOP
As a GenXer, I’m old enough to be their parents, but this podcast gives me some hope for the Republican Party’s future. They have insightful interviews that show a that being a Republican doesn’t mean being narrow-minded or afraid to face the challenges of 21st century America. A worthwhile peek into a possible GOP future.
I absolutely love this show overall. It's an important analysis of what the GOP needs to do right now to keep moving forward. Please make more episodes!!!
It’s a letdown
I gave them a chance and listened, but there’s very little about them that is actually different from moderate, globalist liberals. The GOP works precisely because, not despite, it is a party of law and order, nationalism as opposed to globalism, and individual freedoms. When the tough questions are being asked and tough decisions are being made, these guys, I think, will side with Democrats 90% of the time. Oppose Trump if you like, fine, I understand, but anyone who suggests voting for Joe Biden should not be calling themselves conservative.