The Con Con Pod

Nate Spencer & Rabih Abi-Hanna

Where a Zoomer & a Millennial flex free speech, challenge ideas and find common ground by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports, books and more! read less
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Episodes

1.29 Brian Carroll for President of the United States (American Solidarity Party)
Oct 17 2020
1.29 Brian Carroll for President of the United States (American Solidarity Party)
Brian Carroll is running for President of the United States, representing the American Solidarity Party. Nate & Rabih ask why should we consider voting for a third party candidate and walk through the party platform including points on the Republicans, Democrats, the abortion issue, the economy, foreign policy, climate change and more!• ASP History and platform - 1:12-4:50• Why should I vote for a third party candidate? - 5:23-9:02• Will it take a single third party candidate for us to see change? -  9:29-13:20• Will Brian Carroll run for President 9 more times? - 14:56-15:29• Could there be collaboration between Kanye West and the ASP? - 17:56-19:25• Economics,  Distributism and Small Business - 20:56-25:54• Have the Republicans delivered on their promises to the Pro-Life Movement & The Church ? - 26:07-36:28•••Rabih compares the NFL’s relationship with the city of LA to the Republicans relationship with Pro-Life promises. 30:00-32:00•••The Democrats purging their own Pro-Life voters - 32:46-37:27• Economics vs. Social Issues for the Republicans - 37:29-41:55• What is your view on the nuclear family and are there laws that discourage or de-incentivize marriage or just make being married more difficult? - 42:23-48:53• How would your foreign policy  differentiate neutral countries from ones unwilling or unable to prevent terrorism that threatens the US? How would you distinguish between arms sales fuel foreign conflict and those which do not? - 49:00-52:47•••Issues regarding Yemen and Saudi Arabia - 50:34-52:47• What should the US government’s responsibility be toward our environment? Specifically on the issue of climate change. - 54:00-1:02:22• The American Solidarity Party as a Biblically based platform - 1:02:42-1:06:12• Brian Carroll’s closing statement - 1:06:11Links:American Solidarity Party Platform YouTube of the Third Party Debate: Debate by The Free and Equal Election Foundation Goliath: The 100 Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy by Matt StollerJustin Giboney & TheANDCampaignDo you have a take on this?Comment on a post or shoot us a DM on Instagram & Facebook @TheConConPod.Listen to The Contentious Consensus Podcast as a Zoomer and a Millennial flex free speech by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports and more!By becoming a Patreon investor, you’ll get access to unaired episodes, exclusive merch and opportunities plus helping us create more bomb CONtent!Shoutout to our Patreons:Matthew AriasKingdom InitiativeVince GilINTV WorshipSupport the show (http://patreon.com/theconconpod)
1.24 Who Are The Black Hebrew Israelites? ft. Dylan Foster
Sep 8 2020
1.24 Who Are The Black Hebrew Israelites? ft. Dylan Foster
Friend of the pod and Ya'akobi Radio creator Dylan Foster, teaches us who the Black Hebrew Israelites really are. Recent comments made by Nick Cannon, Ice Cube, DeSean Jackson among others, have viewed by many as anti-Semitic. Listen to hear us discuss the thinking behind some of the statements, who are those people we stereotypically view as Jews, practices and the beliefs, whether it is a Black separatist group, eugenics and more!Books:From Babylon to Timbuktu by Rudolph R. Windsor How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind by Thomas C. OdenInternational Bible Encyclopedia Easton’s Bible DictionaryStrong’s Bible ConcordanceOlive Tree Bible Study AppBiblical References (in the order they are mentioned):Deuteronomy 28-33, Genesis 9-10, Acts 7:43, Psalm 86:9, Romans 3:20-26, 1 John 2:2, 2 Peter 3:9, Acts 10:28-29, Exodus 23:9, Galatians 3:10-14, Matthew 8:10-11, Romans 1:16, Galatians 3:28, Revelation 2:8-11, Revelation 3:7-13, Exodus 12Biblical References Dylan did not explicitly mention on this podcast, but wanted included as essential: Genesis 15, Acts 16, 1 Chronicles 1Documentaries:Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America This link is for the copy of this bookListen to Ya'akobi Radio on:Apple PodcastsSpotifyComment on a post or shoot us a DM on Instagram & Facebook @TheConConPod.Listen to The Contentious Consensus Podcast as a Zoomer and a Millennial flex free speech by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports and more!By becoming a Patreon investor, you’ll get access to unaired episodes, exclusive merch and opportunities plus helping us create more bomb CONtent!Shoutout to our Patreons:Matthew AriasKingdom InitiativeVince GilINTV WorshSupport the show (http://patreon.com/theconconpod)
1.19 Systemic Racism, BLM and Criminal Justice in America
Aug 17 2020
1.19 Systemic Racism, BLM and Criminal Justice in America
In part 2 of this episode has Nate and Rabih continuing to give thoughts on systemic racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, the history of racial relations specifically in the criminal justice system and submit some solutions for moving forward.This episode is sponsored by Gods Knows Apparel where they aim to make change through clothing. Their anchor scripture is Psalm 139 and no matter what you’re going through or struggling with God Knows, and He cares about you. On August 25, they’re releasing their first tshirt that you can buy exclusively by following their Instagram at @GodKnowsApparel and staying tuned for upcoming releases. Comment on a post or shoot us a DM on Instagram & Facebook @TheConConPod.Listen to The Contentious Consensus Podcast as a Zoomer and a Millennial overcome generational divide by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports and more!By becoming a investor, you’ll get access to unaired episodes, exclusive merch and opportunities plus helping us create more bomb CONtent!Shoutout to our Patreons:Matthew AriasKingdom Initiative-----Books:Class, Race, Gender, and Crime: The Social Realities of Justice in America: 2nd (Second) edition by Gregg BarakA People's History of the United States by Howard ZinnTalking to Strangers by Malcolm GladwellLinks: The Jocko Willink podcast episode Websites Rabih mentioned:And Campaign8 Cant WaitCampaign ZeroDeaths Due to Use of Lethal Force by Law EnforcementNCBI ArticleUCR vs NCVS Comparison2017 ComparisonThe Missing Stats of CJAtlantic ArticleCody Ross 2011-2014 StudyBlack Americans 3.5x more likely to be shot100 Million Traffic Stops StudyBlack American 20% more likely to be stopped by police Check out "13th" on Netflix Support the show (http://patreon.com/theconconpod)
1.18 Systemic Racism, BLM and Criminal Justice in America
Aug 8 2020
1.18 Systemic Racism, BLM and Criminal Justice in America
In 2020, the United States has discussed systematic racism in every area of culture more than ever. In part of this episode, Nate and Rabih give thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, the history of racial relations specifically in the criminal justice system and submit some solutions for moving forward.Comment on a post or shoot us a DM on Instagram & Facebook @TheConConPod.Listen to The Contentious Consensus Podcast as a Zoomer and a Millennial overcome generational divide by discussing culture, religion, politics, sports and more!By becoming a Patreon investor, you’ll get access to unaired episodes, exclusive merch and opportunities plus helping us create more bomb CONtent!Shoutout to our Patreons:Matthew AriasKingdom Initiative-----Books:Class, Race, Gender, and Crime: The Social Realities of Justice in America: 2nd (Second) edition by Gregg Barak (link is to the most up to date edition)A People's History of the United States by Howard ZinnTalking to Strangers by Malcolm GladwellLinks: The Jocko Willink podcast episode that Nate mentionedWebsites Rabih mentioned when discussing solutions:And Campaign8 Cant WaitCampaign ZeroDeaths Due to Use of Lethal Force by Law EnforcementNCBI ArticleUCR vs NCVS Comparison2017 ComparisonThe Missing Stats of CJAtlantic ArticleCody Ross 2011-2014 StudyBlack Americans 3.5x more likely to be shot100 million Traffic Stops StudyBlack Americans 20% more likely to be stopped by policeCheck out the Documentary "13th" on Netflix Support the show (http://patreon.com/theconconpod)