16 episodes

We are 3 guys who live in different cities but enjoy discussing and debating on topics related to politics and current events with each other. The 3 of us are from different ethnicity and grew up from different backgrounds. Our names represent a major stereotype for each of our ethnicity. Bad Driver is an oriental Asian, was not born in the United States, but did grow up here at a young age. MAGA is white Caucasian and was born and raised in the U.S. Tech Support is a brown Asian, was not born and raise in this country, but came to the U.S. at a slightly older age. All 3 of us are college-educated, white-collar American citizens who, in general, have different views and opinions on today's politics and current events. Political correctness is not our priority and strong language may be used (NSFW and parents cautioned). On Stereotypes, ANYTHING GOES!

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We are 3 guys who live in different cities but enjoy discussing and debating on topics related to politics and current events with each other. The 3 of us are from different ethnicity and grew up from different backgrounds. Our names represent a major stereotype for each of our ethnicity. Bad Driver is an oriental Asian, was not born in the United States, but did grow up here at a young age. MAGA is white Caucasian and was born and raised in the U.S. Tech Support is a brown Asian, was not born and raise in this country, but came to the U.S. at a slightly older age. All 3 of us are college-educated, white-collar American citizens who, in general, have different views and opinions on today's politics and current events. Political correctness is not our priority and strong language may be used (NSFW and parents cautioned). On Stereotypes, ANYTHING GOES!

Find us on other platforms such as Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, Pocket Casts, Overcast, and Anchor.

    Episode 16 - Government & Economy (part 2)

    Episode 16 - Government & Economy (part 2)

    Recorded on January 4, 2018.

    In our Season Finale, we conclude our discussion on this topic by focusing on a President's effect on the US economy.

    1) Does a new President have an effect on the economy within the first 100 days in office?

    2) Is it necessary for a President's policy to go in effect first before it affects the economy?

    Have a listen and find out!

    We will begin Season 2 of our podcast in February. Be sure to subscribe so that you will never miss an episode.

    • 55 min
    Episode 15 - Government & Economy (part 1)

    Episode 15 - Government & Economy (part 1)

    Recorded on December 28, 2017.

    The United States of America was founded on limited government because our Founding Fathers believed that the lesser the government is involved in the lives of its citizens, the better the citizens are. They also supported the idea to be applied to the US economy as well. Because the country was founded on Capitalism, many believe that limited government involvement is crucial for a free market to thrive. In this episode, we discuss about whether government involvement in our economy should be limited or not as well as when and when not the government should be involved.

    1) Is too much government involvement in our economy a good or bad thing?

    2) Is the law of supply and demand enough to guide the economy without government intervention?

    Have a listen and find out!

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    • 57 min
    Episode 14 - Drugs & Alcohol (part 2)

    Episode 14 - Drugs & Alcohol (part 2)

    Recorded on December 14, 2017.

    In this episode, we continue answering the remaining questions and discussing about drugs and alcohol from the last episode.

    1) Are the substances really comparable to each other since one is legal and the other(s) is not?

    2) Should tax dollars be used to help drug and alcohol users fight their addictions?

    Have a listen and find out!

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    • 50 min
    Episode 13: Drugs & Alcohol (part 1)

    Episode 13: Drugs & Alcohol (part 1)

    Recorded on December 12, 2017.

    Alcohol contributes to thousands of deaths in the US every year, yet, it is legal. Number of deaths due to recreational drugs, such as marijuana, are much less, but they are illegal. Drunk driving is one of the major causes of automobile accidents and deaths in every city, big or small.

    1) Should drugs be legalized?

    2) Should alcohol have stricter regulations?

    Have a listen and find out!

    A new episode is uploaded every week. Don't forget to subscribe so that you'll never miss an episode.

    • 54 min
    Episode 12: Selective Service (part 2)

    Episode 12: Selective Service (part 2)

    Recorded on November 30, 2017.

    In Part 2 of this topic, we addressed the final question that Bad Driver asked. We also further discussed about if the Selective Service Program should be repealed and replaced with a more efficient and effective system, such as making military service mandatory for all men and women between certain ages.

    1) Should the government make military service (combat and non-combat) mandatory for all men and women age 18-25?

    2) Should this mandate apply only to US citizens or everyone, including permanent residents, refugees, and illegal immigrants, like the current Selective Service Program?

    Have a listen and find out!

    A new episode is posted every week. Don't forget to subscribe so that you'll never miss an episode.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 11: Selective Service (part 1)

    Episode 11: Selective Service (part 1)

    Recorded on November 22, 2017.

    Selective Service System is a method of military conscription (the draft) that can be called upon by the US government in wartime. Men 18-25 are required to register for Selective Service within 30 days after they turned 18, or else risk loss of government benefits and other basic services as well as receiving fines. In part 1 of this topic, we debated on whether the system is necessary or not.

    1) A system that costs US taxpayers about 24 million per year to run and maintain, is it worth it?

    2) Or should the US replace it with a cheaper but more efficient system?

    Have a listen and find out!

    A new episode is posted every week. Don't forget to subscribe so that you'll never miss an episode.

    • 56 min

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