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17 minutes | May 19, 2021
Should We Abolish the Electoral College?
Join us as we debate the pros and cons of the controversial electoral college system, and whether America should consider electing presidents based on the popular vote.
28 minutes | May 12, 2021
Finally, a Non - Political Episode
Tonight we sit back and relax as we give our hot takes on some personal questions asked by our listeners!
14 minutes | May 5, 2021
The Ongoing COVID Crisis in India
As COVID devastates India, hospitals have reached capacity; and the infected are forced to seek oxygen on the black market. Listen as we discuss the reasons leading to this dire situation and what we can do to help. We are joined by Vivek Ravichandran, a Masters in Public Health candidate from Emory University.
25 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Set Up To Fail? The Struggle of the Black QB Prospect
Join us for a deep conversation surrounding the barriers that are put in place by NFL teams and scouts to prevent black quarterbacks from ascending to the NFL level.
18 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Profit or Punishment? The Case for Prison Reform
Join us for a brand new episode as we discuss the detrimental American penal system. Listen as we debate the reasons as to why the incarceration rate is so high in the United States, and whether the system should focus more on punishing, or rehabilitating offenders.
22 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Police Brutality in America: When Will It End?
Police brutality in the United States is an issue that has spiraled out of control. Join us as we breakdown the reasons why this issue looms so large, as well as potential solutions we believe can dissipate this problem.
22 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
Does America Have a Gun Violence Problem?
Join us for an insightful discussion surrounding the transgressions of gun reform in America in light of drastic upticks in mass shooting occurrences in the United States.
20 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Should Vice President Kamala Harris Resign?
Last week, the media told us that several Biden administration staffers were reassigned or forced to resign because of past marijuana use. Join us as we discuss the decision, public perception resulting from the decision, and whether executive administration officials’ past marijuana uses should render a similar decision.
19 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Easing Restrictions or Easing Into the Grave?
Over the past few weeks, more states across the country have chosen to either remove mask mandates or indoor capacity limits. Some have even removed both, as state leaders claim it is necessary to help their economies recover from the pandemic. Join us as we discuss the problems and possible ramifications of these controversial decisions.
25 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
How Racism Continues to Infect Coaching Ranks in the NFL
National Football League players are predominantly people of color. However, the same is not true for head coaches. Throughout the NFL’s history there has been an evident lack of people of color in head coaching positions. Join us for an introductory discussion about the lack of racial diversity in the NFL head coaching ranks.
20 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Air for Dinner: The Case Against Unpaid Internships
Unpaid internships have come under extreme criticism for being unfair to specific demographics and as an exploitative source of production. Is it time to eliminate unpaid internships to increase accessibility for all eligible students and financially compensate interns for their work? Join us as we discuss the inequalities surrounding these controversial professional opportunities.
17 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Cuomo’s COVID Crisis
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered early coronavirus patients to be cared for at nursing homes with at-risk populations, leading to thousands of deaths. Join us as we discuss this ill-fated policy and ensuing cover-up; and the effects on Cuomo’s political future.
19 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
Is Sleepy Joe Living Up to His Nickname?
Nearly a month into his presidency, Joe Biden has several noteworthy accomplishments, but has also inexplicably come up short on some of his biggest policy promises. Will we ever see those campaign promises fulfilled? We discuss it all on this week’s episode.
25 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Reddit: Wall Street’s Achilles Heel?
After last week’s internet-driven movement to save Gamestop from the unwavering grip of Wall Street greed, the unlikeliest of people have banded together in an attempt to take down the billionaire class of Wall Street investors who sought to force Gamestop to go bankrupt, so they could profit from their bets.
26 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
Is China Committing Genocide as We Speak?
Download our latest episode to hear our discussion on the Uyghur internment crisis being identified as genocide by the United States Government, and what we can do to stop it.
20 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Biden’s Inauguration and 100 Days in Office
Join us as we discuss the safety concerns for President-elect Biden’s Inauguration and what we want to see his administration accomplish in his first 100 days in office.
34 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Our Thoughts on the Domestic Terrorist Attack on the U.S. Capitol
Hear our impassioned thoughts on the display of domestic terrorism at the Capitol on January 6, 2021; specifically our reactions, what led to the domestic terrorist attack, and possible consequences for the elected officials who instigated the attack.
23 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Why Does Everyone Hate Obama?
Following the Obama administration, there has been increased criticism to hold the former President accountable for his actions in the past. The younger block of the Democratic constituency, many of whom were too young to vote in 2008 and 2012, are now leading the charge to ensure the criticisms of Obama remain at the forefront of the direction of moderate politics.
27 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Georgia Senate Runoffs: Our Predictions and Implications on Biden's Term
Join us as we discuss the upcoming Senate runoff races from Georgia. We dissect both sides’ political messaging, the implications of the possible results on Biden's first term, and our predictions for the winners of both races
34 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Biden Transition (III): How to Fill a Cabinet
Join us as we collaborate with the 2 Commoners to discuss Biden’s cabinet selections.
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