American Made and Paid

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

AMAP #39 | The Tower of Babel in Today’s Politics

May 31st, 2019

In the book of Genesis in the Old Testament, the Tower of Babel serves as an example of how nations and people are to remain separate and preserve their sovereignty. God wanted this from the beginning, despite Man's disobedience, and see that our current world is being shaped into a one world government, but it was not the way we were instructed to live. In this episode we dive into the aspects of individualism and collectivism as advocated in the Bible and how it is relevant to today's political landscape.

AMAP #38 | Taxation Is Punishment, not Theft

May 30th, 2019

Professor Dreg brings a compelling case to the table arguing that taxation is actually punishment, and not theft, as most conservatives may push. Due to his experience with case law and civil suits, in this episode, we discuss why taxation is not what people think and why foreclosures are awesome!

AMAP #37 | How Progressivism shaped the Anti-Family Belief

May 28th, 2019

As I mentioned in this episode, I rarely see strong, stable, and big families that believe in socialism. Conservatism is part of the root of a stable family unit, and even though we may not realize it, it feeds into how we take care of our parents and siblings, even if relationships are strained.

AMAP #36 | Libertarianism is based on Jesus’ Teachings

May 28th, 2019

We've certainly have dived into the deep recesses of our country's values and structure of governance, however libertarianism is not a modern ideology of the 18th or 19th century. It is based on Christian faith, and specifically, how we treat others as it pertains to Christ.

AMAP #35 | Men’s Rights and Anti-Male Sentiment

May 24th, 2019

Parental rights, alimony, child support, marriage rights, and custody battles are all aspects of Men's Rights that are actively being fought today. In this episode we dive into the marriage and family court system, and why the laws were written into place.

AMAP #34 | How Socialism becomes more Mainstream

May 23rd, 2019

Between AOC's Green New Deal, Bernie Sanders running for president, and Andrew Yang advocating for UBI, socialism has masqueraded itself as a popular political ideology that has taken hold in the mainstream due to the continued manipulation of language and the brainwashing that goes on in popular culture.

AMAP #33 | America’s Prison Industry and Progressive Crime Laws

May 22nd, 2019

Diving deeper into the '94 Crime Bill, which Joe Biden and Bill Clinton were involved in bringing into effect, we talk about the business of the prison industry in America, and how that pertains to the manipulation and use of language for Americans to give up their rights. Mexican deportees and vigilantes fighting cartel gangs are tied in as well as we bridge the gap between conservatism as it pertains to self-regulation and policing to combat crimes.

AMAP #32 | The Business of the Abortion Industry

May 21st, 2019

Fetal tissue from abortions are a huge industry, especially for stem cell research. Planned Parenthood, America's leading abortion provider claims that they do not make most of their money from abortions, but from counseling and birth control, even though the data says otherwise. It is industry built on lies, manipulation, and racism.

AMAP #31 | Are Blacks Owed Reparations?

May 20th, 2019

Having an open discussion about the potential benefits of reparations may seem more like a left wing idea, but if we were to abolish social services and the welfare state, Professor Dreg makes a compelling argument for reparations. Not for slavery, but for taxation.

AMAP #30 | Free Speech and the Withholding of ‘Free Speech’

May 17th, 2019

To build on what we have been discussing throughout the week, the way progressives control the masses is by manipulating speech. The biggest conservative online purge on social media occurred earlier this month, and everywhere free speech is being threatened because of what the elites deem to be constitutional or not. In this episode, we dive into the importance of language and how ideas influence.