What’s Happenin’ Hump Day? We Started a Podcast!

5 05 2021

A few months ago, I had a great time interviewing Marc Ang for our RedState VIP members.

Marc is a political activist and community organizer through his Asian Industry B2B organization, Pass The Beacon, and the Lincoln Club of Orange County. He does political advocacy, marketing, and fundraising through Visualyft, and he is also an estate and financial planner with Mangus Finance.

Marc found my three-part expose on the Carmel Foster-Phil Ting affair at Communities Digital News, and wanted other political allies to hear the story and understand how Sacramento manipulates and controls legislation not according to the will of the people, but through their preferred interests groups, and how they will use vulnerable individuals like immigrants and illegal aliens toward those ends.

It was a successful night, and Marc and I exchanged information in order to collaborate on other kindred projects in the near future.

That future is now! The Red Beans & Fried Rice Podcast is an hour of conversation and observation. Marc and I talk about politics, pop culture, food, music, and race. We also have great guests on who embody many of those aspects of our lives: from activism to community outreach to political and creative endeavors.

This week, we’re happy to host musician, band, and worship leader Aaron Gayden! His deets are below, but like many of us, Aaron has become an activist because of AB5; so we’ll get to hear more about that journey and his game plan to continue to fight against this horrific law, and its bastard cousin, the PRO Act.

Join us live via Zoom, 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. Visit the Facebook page to stay up to date on our happenings and past episodes, follow our Twitter, or visit my YouTube Channel to catch up on the visuals of past episodes!


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