UNP is taking a quick break to plan out Season 3 and work out some production kinks. We promise we’ll be back and better than ever before in no time! For now, enjoy some very forced Star Wars references and let us know what you think about the show! Email us at email@example.com! Let us know that you’re out there. We’d love to hear from you.
Connor and Rohan are graduating from school this weekend! Since our schedule has been a bit shaken up by that, we’re reposting an oldie but goodie from the very beginning of Season 2: Wickard v. Filburn! Hope you enjoy our take on this polarizing commerce clause case and we’ll be right back next week with more new episodes!
Kyle and Rohan discuss the country’s opiate epidemic and Kyle contradicts everything he ever stood for.
The gang discusses income inequality, taxation and The American Dream.
UNP is back baby! The gang discusses President Trump’s recent attack on Syria and what it means for US Foreign Policy.
The gang goes through recent news events and debates the importance of limited government in the modern era.
President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Antonin Scalia, Neil Gorsuch, will have his senate hearings on March 20th. In preparation, the gang reviewed three cases on which Gorsuch has ruled that illuminate 3 key areas of his past jurisprudence: Religious Liberty, Executive Power, and The Rights of Criminal Defendants. Check out this episode for a crash course on what Gorsuch stands for.