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Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Dennis Prager of PragerU about conservatives' struggle to control language in the face of shifting terminology, exemplified by the Left's ability to influence language; Dennis’ viral incident on the topic of ... more
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Mr. Rubin I hope you or your team see’s this comment, for a suggestion to you doing a separate show on Washington D.C. benning a state. I strongly recommend that you research the “1790 Dinner Compromise.” Furthermore, I suggest contacting the President’s Day Historians who discussed Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams. The Dinner Compromise of 1790, was and still is the reason Washington D.C. was never intended to become a state. The attendance of the Dinner Compromise of 1790, was J... more
Root canals are more interesting.
We should be careful tying bideneconomics to just Biden- when Joe is no longer the candidate - if we tie bideneconomics to the dems will be key in the election. It is not Joe- it is the dems
Dave is Great - Neil deGrasse Tyson continues to fail!
Dave, I’m disappointed about your Russell show. Megyn said it way better. There is actually evidence that should be explored. Blind ideological conservatives just assume all women lie and blind ideological liberals assume all women tell truth. Megyn is right. This isn’t left or right. Truth should be explored. The woman had actual decently damning texts from Russell and went to a rape clinic. This episode showed your lack of depth of analysis
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