My friend Kris found this and she sent it to me. I watched both parts, and found a PragerU video to go with. I liked the first part better than the second part.
Here is the first part:
And the summary:
January 15th, 2016
Which group, progressives or conservatives, have reality-based policies that can be defended with evidence?
- Larry Elder’s family background, upbringing, education and career
- What is the definition of conservatism?
- What is a libertarian?
- Why does Larry Elder support pushing social issues down to the states?
- Why does Larry Elder support Bush’s decision to go to war with Iraq?
- Why doesn’t Larry elder refer to himself as an “African-American”?
- Why does the Democrat Party get 95% of the black vote?
- Is there such a thing as “systemic racism”?
- Do white police officers treat black people worse than white people?
- What is the REAL problem facing the black community?
- What is the number one cause of death for young black men?
- Black conservatives are called names by the left: is it racism?
- Does the black community agree with Democrat Party on abortion policy?
- Does the black community agree with Democrat Party on education policy?
- Does the black community agree with Democrat Party on retirement policy?
- Does the black community agree with Democrat Party on marriage policy?
- Why does the left want to reduce border security and import more refugees?
- What are some non-conservative that Larry Elder holds?
- Is Hollywood tolerant of different political views?
- What do black people think about illegal immigration?
There was another conversation a year later, which you can watch here. It’s not quite as electrifying as the first one, but I definitely recommend it to Trump supporters. Trump, and the response to Trump, is discussed.
Here is part 2:
That’s all very well and good, but this is the shocking part – Dave Rubin, who is in a same-sex marriage, actually now identifies more as a conservative than as a progressive. Why? Because he thinks that his classical liberal views are closer to conservatism than progressivism.
What this Prager University video to see why:
I had to look up where he was educated: Binghamton University. That’s probably why he is so open-minded.
I’m fine with people who are on the left, as long as they don’t come after me for my views. I’m particularly happy with people like Rubin who can at least understand why I hold the views I do, and I don’t mind that they don’t agree with me. I just don’t want them to come after my job or attack me with violence. Dave Rubin is a lot better than the armed “antifa” fascists who are pressing their views with violence and vandalism. The worst part is that the mainstream media supports these little Stalinists. I’m pleased that classical liberals find that alarming. I would classify Rubin as a libertarian now – a big improvement from being a leftist.