The Asteroids Club (noun) :

1. a unique non-debate on America's biggest problems, which are hurtling toward us through space and time at an alarming rate of speed 2. a gathering convened by two people who disagree politically but are willing to mutually acknowledge that the other side may see some real threats more clearly than does one's own side 3. offering more entertainment value than you can possibly have if you only talk to people you agree with 4. motto: "I’ll help you deflect your asteroid, if you help me deflect mine."
Welcome to the Asteroids Club

The Asteroids Club is a new approach to communicating about the civic problems that polarize - and paralyze - us. The concept grew out of the field of moral psychology, which tells us that people are more likely to find common ground when they unite to fight common threats. We hope you will join in our adventure and help us grow this new idea by starting an Asteroids Club in your hometown. There are so many asteroids and so little time.

In almost every one of the leading controversies. . . both sides were in the right in what they affirmed, though in the wrong in what they denied; and that if either could have been made to take the others' views in addition to its own, little more would have been needed to make its doctrine correct.
~John Stuart Mill, 1848