In Episode 12 of Capitol Fight Club, John Gray, Brian Darling, Sam Sacks and Sam Knight and Nate Madden battled over whether regulating the Internet in the name of “Net Neutrality” is good or bad. We also debated the big issue of the week – the sit-in in the House of Representatives for the proposition of “No Fly, No Buy” gun control bill.
Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face-off between two political insiders on the right versus two on the left. Darling and Gray (editor of The Ideas Factory) worked for Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and both write for Conservative Review. Our progressive friends, “The Sams,” Sam Sacks and Sam Knight, are the co-founders of the progressive blog The District Sentinel. Nate Madden of @CR is the ref and the moderator of the podcast.
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In Episode 11 of Capitol Fight Club, John Gray, Brian Darling, Sam Sacks and Sam Knight and Nate Madden went toe-to- toe over whether we need gun control or less refugees and asylum seekers from nations that are incubators of terrorism, before delving into the issue of for-profit colleges in light of recent scandals associated with both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
In Episode 9 of Capitol Fight Club, John Gray, Brian Darling, Sam Sacks and Sam Knight and Nate Madden battled over the whether the government should dedicate more resources to fight climate change and whether anti-Trump protesters deserve praise or a punch in the face.