American Made and Paid

Podcast hosted by Zach Hing and Professor Dreg highlighting everyday ideas surrounding lifestyle, politics, and culture

AMAP #110 | Upon Further Investigation Into Jeffrey Epstein’s “Death”

October 30th, 2019

We continue our discussion on Kanye West, Katie Hill, and Christianity in this episode alongside new evidence that has surfaced regarding Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide, or shall we say now... homicide. Although nothing has been confirmed yet, this should not be surprising for anyone who is familiar with the Clinton circle.

AMAP #109 | Democrat Katie Hill Resigns from Congress

October 29th, 2019

Earlier this week, a US congress representative by the name of Katie Hill resigned from Congress amid a rather inappropriate affair. We decided to dive into this topic, this type of behavior from politicians, and Kanye's proclamation of faith.

AMAP #108 | Talking Kanye and Diving Deeper into Conservatism

October 28th, 2019

Kanye West's proclamation of Christianity and release of his new album "Jesus is King" has evoked a lot of praise from the Christian community, but is this the first time West has proclaimed Christianity? Is this just a ploy to extract dollars from his fans, or is this a legitimate turn to faith?

AMAP #107 | Violent Domestic Incidents concerning Police Officers

October 24th, 2019

A recent news story in Henderson about a police officer who shot and killed a mother who was suspected of stabbing her son prompts a another discussion about the education and mental state of our police officers, and the solutions that need to be present to alleviate violent incidents that may happen without good cause.

AMAP #106 | Texas Will Go Blue

October 23rd, 2019

In this episode, we dive into a rather controversial ruling of a jury that ultimately decided against a Texas father seeking to block his 7 year old son from gender transition, and why Texas will inevitably go blue in the near future.

AMAP #105 | Tulsi Gabbard’s Unpopular Place Among Democrats

October 21st, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard has risen through the debates and ranks as a contrarian in the Democrat party. And although we've discussed her candidacy and political background before on this show, we decided to dive into her anti-war sentiments, and how that is what she shares in common with Trump, and why that is unfavorable for both major political parties.

AMAP #104 | Why San Francisco Is America’s Dirtiest City

October 17th, 2019

San Francisco's downtown area is now comparable to some of the world's most contaminated slums due to the fact that it is absolutely caked with drug needles, trash, and human feces. That is something that has been widely discussed and is now become a phenomenon that people are aware of, but we jump into this topic with a bit of a different perspective as to why San Francisco has gotten so unclean.

AMAP #103 | Joker Origin Story: Appeal to Counterculture?

October 17th, 2019

Diving into counterculture and the political spectrum is what we've covered extensively on this show, and today we decide to discuss the Joker movie, and the why it's appeal to counterculture has become popular and polarizing.

AMAP #102 | Columbus Day and the Influence of Roman Catholicism

October 14th, 2019

Although some people protesting Columbus Day for it's so called "colonial" and "genocidal" history, I don't hear about anyone complaining about a day off. In this episode, we dive into the background of Columbus' exploration of the Americas, and the influence of Roman Catholicism that followed as a result.

AMAP #101 | Representative AOC’s Push for A Just Society

October 9th, 2019

AOC is aiming to combat economic inequality in the USA, which for many people may sound like a good idea, but as history has proven, a collective path towards democracy, socialist policies, and equal prosperity is simply not possible without increased government power and the diminishing of people's rights. In this episode we break down the individual bills that AOC believes puts Americans on course for shared prosperity.