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Allan and Jackson Love America is an independent progressive radio podcast online every Monday. Bringing their unique rapport to the week's progressive political news, Allan and Jackson discuss topics such as the 2012 election, presidential politics, gay rights, arsonist squirrels, atheism, voting rights, health care, dwarf tossing, the economy and who really killed Whitney Houston. Bring together two political junkies, current political events, witty banter, and crazy special guests...and y ...
 
BMTT is an unscripted, no-holds-barred podcast based in Seoul. We talk pop culture, current issues, and pretty much whatever else holds our interest. It’s basically a volatile mixture of praising the good and trashing the bad according to the universal standard—us. Sheltered souls and members of the PC brigade beware: this ain’t your grandma’s bingo party.
 
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The Republican Party loves pushing affirmative action candidates in efforts to pander to certain groups based on their sex, race, and gender. Pedro and José explain why this is a failed strategy. Instead, there should be an emphasis on adherence to nationalist principles for judging candidates and elected officials.…
 
Is Dan Crenshaw the future of the Right or just another hack? In the third installment of the Caudillocast, Pedro and Jose make the case against Crenshaw and other Republican leaders who want to go back to generic Conservatism Inc. policy priorities that ignore mass migration, never-ending wars, and the decline of American culture.…
 
On this episode, Hojung Rhee aka the @k0rean.empress comes on to share the story of discovering her sexuality and crash-landing into Korea's unique queer scene. As a bisexual who has dated both men and women, Hojung's opinions about gender roles and feminism in the' Land of the Morning Calm' are just as insightful as they are entertaining. Also, as…
 
In this episode, we invite Grace Noh to share her experiences working as an art therapist in both New York City and Seoul. Having worked with clients from underprivileged neighborhoods of New York City to children of North Korean refugees in Seoul, Grace stresses the importance of contextualizing each clients' unique socioeconomic and cultural back…
 
On this episode, we invite Tucson-based photographer, Justin Haugen (@justin_haugen_photography), to chat about the changing landscape of photography. Cameras have never been so prevalent, portable, or as powerful as they are today. Now, even the smallest smartphone cameras are capable of challenging the big, professional camera rigs. This developm…
 
The subject of Korea's mandatory military service for male citizens is a contentious one. While some see it as complete waste of time, others see it is an important experience to foster 'discipline,' 'patriotism,' and 'masculine maturity.' On this episode, we invite our friend Mike (@_adaacid_) to weigh in on his own personal experiences with consc…
 
It's safe to say that the modern day social hub of the internet is our 'group chats.' Whether its on Whatsapp, Instagram, Facebook, Line, or Kakao, we all have group chats to socialize with friends, plan an event, or just keep in touch. But just as each individual has a distinct personality, their unique personas are also reflected in the dynamics …
 
It seems we're at a dilemma when it comes to talking about ourselves. Flex too much and you're considered obnoxious or conceited. Flex too little and you're considered uninteresting or unaccomplished. So how do we find that sweet spot in-between? It's called the art of the humble flex, where you take flex-worthy things about yourself and drop them …
 
BRING ME THE TOWER (BMTT) is an unscripted, no-holds-barred podcast based in Seoul. We talk pop culture, current issues, and pretty much whatever else holds our interest. It’s basically a volatile mixture of praising the good and trashing the bad according to the universal standard—us. Sheltered souls and members of the PC brigade beware: this ain’…
 
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