030: “Asians are the loneliest Americans”

Dr. Meena Seshamani, former director of the Office of Health Reform at the Department of Health and Human Services, shares her knowledge on the current state of healthcare and what policymakers should do to make things better. We also share our thoughts on North Korea, NYT Magazine article on Asian-American fraternities, and Charlottesville. Subscribe: Apple Podcast | Stitcher | Google Read more about 030: “Asians are the loneliest Americans”[…]

028: Credit Where Credit is Due

Alissa Ko, former Senior Associate Director at the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Office of Public Affairs, joins the podcast to share her amazing career story in public service (as well as her love for sushi and soup dumplings). We also talk a little Diet Trumpcare fail and the threat of North Korea. Read more about 028: Credit Where Credit is Due[…]

024: Voter Fraud (ahem Suppression) Panel

Kathy Ko Chin, the President and CEO of Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, joins the podcast to talk about the current healthcare debate, especially as it pertains to the Asian-American & Pacific Islanders community. We also pick up on the issue of Trump’s fake voter fraud panel led by Kris Kobach.  Subscribe: iTunes | Read more about 024: Voter Fraud (ahem Suppression) Panel[…]

008: Get Tiny Trumpcare Hands Off My Healthcare

Santiago Martinez, Senior Vice President of Data & Analytics at 270 Strategies, talks campaign data with Tony and Kevin, especially as it pertains to the Asian American and Pacific Islanders community, as we look ahead to the 2018 mid-term elections. We also analyze why Trumpcare is not much of a reform from Obamacare, and why Read more about 008: Get Tiny Trumpcare Hands Off My Healthcare[…]