President Trump on Saturday mocked his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his decision to recuse himself in the federal Russia probe while doing an impression of the former Alabama senator's Southern accent.
Uri Harris@EricRWeinstein@TheRickWilson@WajahatAli@donlemon RW elites can be just as bad.
“This guy is mentally retarded. He’s this dumb Southerner,” Trump reportedly told then-White House staff secretary Rob Porter while using a Southern accent. “He couldn’t even be a one-person country lawyer down in Alabama.”
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Tucker Carlson and gives his thoughts on the criticism that the Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential elect...
Uri HarrisGood grief this is cringeworthy. It's intended as a dunk on the left/Democrats/MSM (by showing how "obsessed with race" they are) but to anyone not trapped in Carlson's and Rubin's self-perpetuating RW frame the clips they play are perfectly reasonable.
How can we begin to resolve our problems, if even our conversations about them keep breaking down? Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay have researched ninja-l...
Uri HarrisHigh quality interview by @fullydavid. Asks some very tough questions. The first hour or so is a straightforward presentation of the "Impossible Conversations" book and essay competition, but the last 15 minutes (starting at 1:06) takes some courage.
The man accused of attacking a synagogue in Germany broadcast his attack on the Twitch live-streaming video platform. Speaking in English, the man called himself "anon" and announced himself as a
Uri Harris“Feminism is the cause of declining birth rates in the West, which acts as a scapegoat for mass immigration, and the root of all these problems is the Jew,” he continued, while filming himself in a car before starting the attack.
Earlier this month, popular author and podcaster Sam Harris tweeted out a graph titled, “A Visual Breakdown of Intellectual Dark Web (IDW) Positions.” The graph purports to compare the political positions of six prominent members of the IDW on the...
Gillette CEO Gary Coombe said he does not regret his company's controversial marketing campaign targeted at the #MeToo movement even though the company has taken an $8 billion hit.
Uri HarrisInteresting insight here into Gillette's strategy behind the ad. The CEO is very open that this was a calculated attempt to reach millennials they've been losing and shed their "dad" reputation. (Although article misrepresents the loss.) h/t @RogueNotary