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The American Party isn’t meant to be a political party. Rather, it is meant to be a rejection of the idea of binary politics. Our party, the American Party, is one that everybody is part of just by being born in this country. You’re automatically part of the American Party, and you’re subject to no rules from us except this: follow the truth and do what’s best for America.
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In this episode of American Party Podcast, Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway talk about the Constitution and its selective application by both political parties and have a debate about how the student loan debt crisis is impacting the US economy and what should be done about it.
In this episode of American Party Podcast, Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway talk about how to actually make America great, potential troop reductions, oppression FOMO, and other topics.
In this episode of American Party Podcast, Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway ask the question that’s on everyone’s mind - How do we know what’s real anymore? From the tumult surrounding the election, accusations of voter fraud, all of the media being biased in one direction or another, and public officials being flexible with the truth, how do we really know what’s true? The guys discuss critical thinking and what the future will look like after this election cycle is finally over. 
In this episode of American party podcast, Dakota and Dan talk about personal responsibility.  The guys discuss challenging the way you think, how to navigate today’s tumultuous social climate, Russia and China’s influence on American media, the WHO’s statement against economic shutdowns, and how we should all err on the side of individual liberty.
In this episode of American party podcast, Dakota and Dan talk about the ethos of the party, what it means to serve your community and how to get young people engaged in service as early as possible, the role of government in educating our children and what we should do about it, who should be involved in running our country, and finally what exactly Americans are purchasing when they spend their money on taxes.
Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway talk about the new American Party, the purpose of the show, and how it’s important to have more questions than answers in today’s political climate. They discuss Amy Coney Barret’s appointment to the Supreme Court and the democrat’s plan to change the rules since they lost, how the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is a terrible piece of legislation, that we’ve never had a real discussion about health care in the United States, and our plan to outfit the entire White House with Ghostbeds once we’re elected. 
Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway discuss the new show and what the American Party is meant to be – a rejection of binary politics. The answer questions from the audience and weigh in on what we can expect from four more years of Trump or a Biden presidency, the insane tax rates under a Biden presidency in California, New York, and New Jersey, the second and third order effects of governors shutting down states, and what you as an individual can do to flex your status as the silent majority
Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway talk about the new American Party, the purpose of the show, and how it’s important to have more questions than answers in today’s political climate. They discuss Amy Coney Barret’s appointment to the Supreme Court and the democrat’s plan to change the rules since they lost, how the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is a terrible piece of legislation, that we’ve never had a real discussion about health care in the United States, and our plan to outfit the entire White House with Ghostbeds once we’re elected. 
Dakota Meyer and Dan Hollaway discuss the new show, the American Party, which isn’t meant to be a political party. Rather, it is meant to be a rejection of the idea of binary politics. The guys also discuss the cognitive dissonance on the left to nominate Hillary Clinton and now Joe Biden, our broken education system, and what it means to be a good person and good American. 
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Justin Grate

Can't wait to listen to these glorious bastards!

Oct 20th
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