America: Peacekeeper or Bully? (Feat. Dave Bowman)

Dave Bowman is a former radio talkshow host turned podcaster. He’s the founder of the Podcast 99 Network. He is the host of Plausibly Live! -The Dave Bowman Show Podcast, and it’s counterpart Constitution Thursday.

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Episode 32: Echo Chambers and the Pretentious Douche Quotient


Bryce and I begin by talking a bit about the polls regarding the presidential race, all the while trying to avoid pretentious douchery…then I give him all the critiques I have of one of his term papers, and we finish out strong talking about how echo chambers stifle the ability to gain perspective.

Pretentious Douche Quotient Level: Moderate

Listen at your own risk.

Episode 29: Reform Through Fracture


With the official nomination of Donald Trump Josh renounces his affiliation to the Republican Party and talks with Bryce about why voting third party isn’t a waste of a vote but, rather, is a necessary and effective method of protest to reform the American┬áPolitical Machine.


Episode 28: Reasonable Minds Matter


Bryce and I tackle the number one issue dividing America today…Pokemon Go.

We reveal our factions to you, dear listeners. We also treat you to Josh’s inaugural “Epic Parenting Fails 2016” story, and dig into the rash of police violence in the States in an attempt to identify what the issue within the issue is…

Much thanks to Dave Bowman, Dan Carlin, the Academy, Door County Brewing Company, and Bryce’s sick note taking abilities for making this episode possible.

Episode 27: When Giving Goes Bad


Bryce and I talk a bit about the potential for charitable giving to be harmful to those receiving it, the modern-American attitude toward charitable giving, and in the second half we talk about the “Terrorist Watch List” and why the Bill of Rights matters not just for yourself, but your neighbor as well.