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Dave Rubin: Red States Show a Willingness to Compromise

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 3 d ago

Dave Rubin: Red States Show a Willingness to Compromise

"Don't even want to get into it. The disagreements of like, what is a conservator or not? What really matters though is like we believe in consent of the governed separation of powers, the constitution, freedom of speech, we believe there's something worth conserving and protecting, and then let's go defeat these degenerate woke people. Yes, like that's the mission statement. Yes, we can set aside whatever the differences are. So Newton is so irrelevant. Charlie, some people on the more libertarian side are going to want no taxes. Some conservatives want a little bit of taxes, but they don't want a lot of federal taxes. We could put all of that aside to save the country. To save the republic. Let's just save the republic. And then we can hash out our differences after. Right? We can. And by the way, you know, I mentioned this on the show last night at the live event that, you know, when it comes to this roe V wade thing, look, the pro life thing to conservatives, this is like the top of the thing. It's about life, conserving life. So this is the type of thing. But two interesting things happen. One of them, I didn't know until the show last night. So in Florida where I now live, a few weeks ago, they passed a 15 week ban on abortion. Now, 50 weeks, that's three and a half months. That's more, even though I have some willingness for a few weeks. That's further than I would go. I would go maybe to 12, okay? Now, I get what I purely get the pro life position on this. I'm not denying that when the sperm meets the egg, it's a life, all of that stuff. Okay, fine. But think about this. Florida, which is thought of as this red, right wing, Ron DeSantis state. They did a three and a half month abortion law, and nobody cared. I don't mean nobody cared in such a good way. And what I mean is they passed it and it was thought of as a compromise, and it wasn't controversial. It wasn't on the front page of The New York Times or Washington Post. It was like, oh, here's a compromise. So that shows you that red states are willing to compromise, because if it was a purely red state position, they'd have no abortion or it would have the most minor exclusions, right? So that's what Florida did. Someone told me this and you can confirm it for me last night. I didn't know this till after the show that Arizona I think did the exact same thing. Very similar. 15 weeks. So think about that. You've got two states, Arizona, I consider a red state. And I think it will get redder. I think you're going to be okay here. We got to fix it. I know you got some things to do, but I think you're going to be okay. But the point is that the red states are showing a willingness to compromise. It's the other side that's not

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'Do Not Burn This Country' With Dave Rubin

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:57 min | 3 d ago

'Do Not Burn This Country' With Dave Rubin

"Do not burn this country, everybody. That is the sequel. Is that fair to say? It is the sequel, and I have to say this is quite an excellent book. Now that I'm really diving into it here, this is you actually get a chance to read amazing. By Dave Rubin, the first book was don't burn this book. Now the question is did anyone actually try to burn the book? Well, we had people that tried to digitally burn it. Oh, is that right? The freak sun Reddit and those Internet weirdos that coordinate to ruin Amazon reviews and things like that. That's what I would call a digital book burning. I don't know that anyone that was out there. Like actually burning the book. But now it's don't burn in the country, which is surviving and thriving in our woke dystopia by Dave Rubin. We're going to spend the whole hour talking about this and just kind of some news of the day stuff. But let's just dive right into it. Tell us, kind of what's in this book? What's the argument you're making? Well, the argument is we're running out of time, and we better figure out what to do here. This is something that you and I have talked about for a long time, Charlie, and on the inscription. Is this the one that I wrote to you? I will even read it to the audience because I know how happy you are about this. One of the great things about this inscription right over here, this is the book that I sent Charlie a couple of weeks ago in the book came out. I wrote Charlie. Okay, fine. You were right. I did become a conservative, because years ago, we were sitting in a car after an event, I think we did at the university of Berkeley, where antifa showed up and people were yelling and pulling fire alarms, and we're very, very scary, and we were also with that very scary Candace Owens. She told people out. And we're in the car after the event. And you know, we're talking about free speech. We actually disagreed on some stuff on stage, but they didn't care. They just want to yell you yell at you and shut you down and the whole thing. And we were in the car on the way back on to dinner and you said, Dave, you will be a conservative one day. And I didn't really push back that hard because I could see the road. The road was being laid right in front of me. I could see it. Now, we can all whittle down the argument of what exactly is a conservative. That doesn't really matter, and the beauty of, I would say, what sort of is happening on this new right as some people are calling it, is that you can agree to disagree on some stuff. And even if the show I did in Phoenix last night at the improv that you opened for, we got into it with the crowd because I play with the crowd a lot. And people do disagree on things. People have disagreements, even when it comes to something like abortion. And yet can still all call themselves conservatives. That's a beautiful thing. So this book really is about, well, look, the woke have destroyed an awful lot, right? I mean, if you look at what's gone on in these last 5 years, the woke have decimated all of our institutions, education institutions, cultural institutions, entertainment, just institutions, corporate institutions, et cetera. So you have to acknowledge that and as my friend Jordan Peter would say, Peterson would say, you have to give the devil his due man, we may not like what they're doing, but they have done it, and you have to actually say, wow, they did something. And that's important to acknowledge, otherwise you can't fight against

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The Talbott Group Offers Professional Help to Other Businesses

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | Last month

The Talbott Group Offers Professional Help to Other Businesses

"Every now and again, I talked to Pete in Seth tal, but my Friends. But for this segment, they're called the Talbot group. And actually, I should be clear, you are offering other businesses your help. So this is not just you come on here and you talk about stuff. If people want to get your services, they can do that. This is what you do professionally. Well, sure. Cutting up with Eric on them. We don't want to come on here and talk about all the problems and mistakes that businesses are making. The truth is, in almost every case, every company that has come to us, we can help them. And the fact that we can help them is very, very satisfying. It's one of the reasons why we basically have sold a few companies and you're really nice guys. I've gotten to know you, and you actually want to help people. But you know what? One of the two of us is which one it is. But no, but in all seriousness because people don't know you the way I do. You really do want to help people, right? And so that's kind of there's something beautiful about that. And I don't want to get into your well, we've talked about your whole lives on other programs and stuff. But this is let me say this. This is maybe a little awkward. This is the judge of that. This is my son. Is it about my wig? What is it about? This is my son. And whom I am well pleased to borrow a phrase. My son has a gift of working with business owners. What has he done? He's helping you on your show. Pull it out of the ditch here. I think they were going to go there. They could, but I think they would pull up. The bottom line is a couple of years ago, we knew we wanted to spend more time. And now we're spending all of our time. Helping businesses figure out who they are, who they want to be need to be. And that is very, very

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Why Dave Rubin Writes About Legend Rudy Giuliani in His Latest Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Why Dave Rubin Writes About Legend Rudy Giuliani in His Latest Book

"There folks, I'm talking to Dave Rubin. Yes, that's right. Don't burn this country is the new book we were just talking off the air about Rudy Giuliani, whom I had the privilege to meet and interview recently. So Dave, what do you talk about in the book that's related to him? You said there was something. Yeah, well, I've met the mayor a few times, and I've interviewed him a couple of times. And you know, he's a rather extraordinary character in American history who's, you know, because of the last couple of years and with a little bit of the hair dye dripping down the side of his face, his image has been banged up a little bit. But I write about him in the context of the book for two reasons. First, I lived in New York City during 9 11 and my dad worked in New York City in midtown. He saw the second plane hit the tower. He was the one that called me and said, you got to get up and turn on the news and then I had the experience that so many of us New Yorkers had of, I had friends and relatives that couldn't get out of the city staying with me for days on end. We were all glued to the TV for weeks, all of that stuff. But one of the things that kept New York saying and not just New York saying, not just New York City, not just New York State, but the entire United States and I think you could argue the world was that Rudy Giuliani's entire life had led him to that very moment to be the leader at that time. And when we turned on the television and you saw him walking through those streets with ray Kelly with all of the firemen and the police officers and all the first responders knowing there is someone in charge who is competent and decent and ready for this job. It's an extraordinary feeling because we all need that. We need leaders and unfortunately these days we don't have leaders who deserve to be leaders. We have sort of a clown car of craziness, but Rudy's life led him to that, which is why I write about him in the book, because not only was he the attorney general, and he fought the mafia. He was an Italian guy, you know, from New York fighting the mafia and winning.

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Will Disney Go Down in Flames? Dave Rubin and Eric Discuss

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | Last month

Will Disney Go Down in Flames? Dave Rubin and Eric Discuss

"There's no being able to stand up and say, what are you talking about? Like we're running a business. We're really not interested in your theories. And that has entered corporate America. I guess the most surprising to me, Dave, is that corporate America, which is supposed to be about the bottom line that they, that they're worried about those kinds of things. So you really do think I agree with you that Disney, they're going to go down in flames. Parents are angry. Parents are furious at the madness that, you know, you think, well, not Disney. Eric, I'm guessing you saw it, but you know, bob chap, who's the CEO of Disney, you know, he gave this really extraordinarily pathetic and limp wristed apology to his LGBTQI plus employees for not standing up enough for them, which first off, putting aside the whole Bill and everything going in Florida, which I'm happy to discuss if you want. If Disney has not stood up enough for these people, then there is no enough. And that's the point. There is no there. That's the point. They want this guy on his knees forever, and he has decided that he will be that actor in this play. Right. So he sits there and he does this Zoom video where he profusely apologizes for not being enough of an ally for not doing enough for these people. And does all he's doing is signing his own death warrant. He's done already. Yes, he may still have the job this very moment, but he is done at some point either the activists will take him out or the board will take him out because the board for as long as the board exists. I still will have to care about a bottom line. So they're going to have to care about that so it's either. They'll take him out because he destroyed the product or the activists will take him out because he destroyed their idea of what the company is supposed

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Author Dave Rubin Discusses His New Book 'Don't Burn This Country'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | Last month

Author Dave Rubin Discusses His New Book 'Don't Burn This Country'

"And as my guest today, yes, yes, yes. He has a book out. Dave Rubin, the book is don't burn this country. Dave, welcome. Eric, it's good to be with you. And that is quite the fancy studio that you've got these days. Oh, this old thing. Just something we whipped up. Your title don't burn this country surviving and thriving in our woke utopia. It has a note of hopefulness in it for which I want to commend you because I think we need we need hope now more than anything because the madness that most people see. I mean, I think it's really healthy to see the madness, but that at some point you have to see through it. And it strikes me, that's the tone you're taking. Am I right? You are right, although I do have to make a minor correction, it's woke dystopia, not utopia. Did I say utopia? You said utopia, but I do not believe that utopia exists. I believe that dystopia exists. Correct. And I believe that we are in it right now. But that being said, yes, the hopeful part, which really was the key to the whole book. Because I want people to be hopeful. I do something very similar to what you do for a living. I try to communicate the issues of the day to people in an honest forthright way. And if you don't have some hope, if you don't see something in the distance that shows you, oh, there's a better path forward than you will really get lost in the endless swamp that is the day to today politics and the depressing view of inflation and supply chain and war and all of the other stuff that's making everybody crazy. So when I wrote this, it really was, I don't want you just to survive through this thing. We can all survive, meaning not get killed. I supposedly, I guess, you know, we can not get killed. But it was more than that. It was that there are ways to thrive because I'm actually thriving because I've put some of these ideas into play. And there's plenty of other people that are thriving, but you got to put in the work to do

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Mark Levin Wishes All a Fantastic Passover and Easter

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Mark Levin Wishes All a Fantastic Passover and Easter

"I want to wish you all a fantastic Easter This weekend I want to wish you all a fantastic Passover as we like to say peso These are very very important holidays For the first for the Christian faith obviously the second for the Jewish faith These are very very important holidays And they have tremendous meaning One want to show all the best of the holidays I want to tell you what we have in store for you Sunday Night on life liberty and Levin and obviously if you can't watch it live I would encourage you to go ahead and set your DVRs to record it record it every Sunday It's easier 8 p.m. Eastern Time as I say 8 p.m. Eastern Time I've been watching Jack Keane on Fox he's usually given three four 5 6 7 minutes I said you know we need to listen to him The former four star general about what's taking place now the Russians amassing now on the eastern border with Ukraine He is a fascinating man He's got enormously high level military contacts And he is things to say that you're not going to believe And Dave Rubin Dave Rubin used to be a leftist not anymore And we're going to talk about Disney we're going to talk about all this insanity that's taking place in our classrooms And of course we lead the show with my monologue which is a little longer is going to be a little longer this week

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The Post's Jennifer Rubin Raves About Lackluster Biden Speech

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

The Post's Jennifer Rubin Raves About Lackluster Biden Speech

"Com. Joe Biden has single handedly raised the stakes and made the world a more dangerous place. As horrifying as these verbal mistakes are, they pale when compared to Biden's bungling of the Ukraine war. The truth is, Joe Biden and his foreign policy team had no plan. They have been reactive from the start. Allowing other European countries to take the lead on sanctions and arms shipments scared to rock the boat or to make any decisive move that might intimidate Vladimir Putin. I mean, we lagged behind England. They just confiscated two jets, belonging to Russian oligarchs. What has the United States seized? Answer nothing. Biden fans are ecstatic that he traveled to Poland and delivered an inspirational talk Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post columnist, tweeted in real time, Biden makes a speech akin to those at the Brandenburg gate by JFK and Reagan. His delivery is quite strong. She quote. This is how low the bar is now set. If Biden can read a speech without bizarre whispering or stumbles galore, that's considered success. To the pathetic Jen Rubens of the world. Never mind that the speech in question contributed nothing new, no proposals that could end the invasion, much less win the war. Instead, Biden repeated his assurance. We stand with Ukraine. What does that mean? Does it keep women and children from being slaughtered? Does it give them food to eat?

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The History of the Phrase, 'a Rising Tide Lifts All Boats'

The Larry Elder Show

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

The History of the Phrase, 'a Rising Tide Lifts All Boats'

"Is a book called counselor, a life at the edge of history. It's by Kennedy's speech writer's name is Ted Sorenson. And about that phrase a rising tide lifts all boats. He said that he noticed that the regional Chamber of Commerce in New England. Use the slogan a rising tide lifts all boats. He thought of pretty clever. And he said from then on Kennedy would borrow the slogan often. And Sorensen said that Kennedy is often credited with having invented the phrase he didn't, but he used it repeatedly. Also the phrase apparently has been used in the Chinese language for centuries. You know who else used to use that term? Former U.S. secretary Robert Rubin, did I mention he was the secretary of treasury under Bill Clinton, a Democrat?

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Biden's 'Powerful' Economic Sanctions Are Not as Powerful

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Biden's 'Powerful' Economic Sanctions Are Not as Powerful

"Wanted to assure you last night that we are imposing powerful economic sanctions And I want to assure you that the Europeans mostly are we're going along but we're not doing anything that would result in truly crushing what the Russians are doing which we should be done Here's what Biden said briefly cut 16 go Together along with our allies we are right now enforcing powerful economic sanctions We're cutting off Russia's largest banks in the international financial system Preventing Russia's Central Bank from defending the Russell Rubin Why don't she cut off hey mumbler Why don't you cut off all their banks Um What are you cutting off their biggest bank How about cutting off all their banks Go ahead Making Putin $630 billion war fund worthless Choking Russia's access His work fund is not worthless if we're not cutting off all the banks Go ahead Choking Russia's access to technology that will SAP its economic strength and weaken its military for years Their technology for years to come We're trying to deal with what's happening this moment in the moment In the moment Joe

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Conservatives Need to Do More Than Run Against 'The Woke'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Conservatives Need to Do More Than Run Against 'The Woke'

Charlie Kirk's Top Reasons to LOVE Joe Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Kirk's Top Reasons to LOVE Joe Biden

"Dave, you're a good friend, honored to be here. Thank you for having me. We've done this a couple times, and I thought, how can I approach this interview in a way that's a little different than what we've done before. So I thought we'd start off give me your top ten reasons you love Joe Biden. Top ten reasons I love Joe Biden. I will say he's actually made me prioritize things in life that matter. Not to say politics don't matter. But it's been such a dumpster fire. You have to kind of look outside of all the madness and you're like, okay, what really matters in life, right? Like what exactly gives you purpose and meaning because obviously the things that we used to I used to look at the presidency as something I review, and I guess I still do, and I love my country, but he's been so awful. It's like, okay, there's a couple of things I can control in my life like family and relationships, friendships, career, and I'm going to focus on those things. And it's kind of the one of the few things I want to thank Joe Biden for is he has reinforced at least for me, things that I control and things I can not control. Unfortunately, I can't control the southern border. I could talk about it to wide open, and it's a total disaster, but besides that, I'm not sure what else I would put on that list if.

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The Democrats Think Things Are Going 100% to Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

The Democrats Think Things Are Going 100% to Plan

"Say, it was one of the most historic midterm elections ever in 2010, where Republicans took back the house in a historic fashion. Historic meaning so much power was lost so quickly. But Obama's message was this. Was that Democrats deliver when Republicans just talk? Now, many of you are probably irritated and probably confused by hearing this. Hearing that Barack Obama is lecturing you about how wonderful and lovely things are. But he means it. You see, Obama is not telling Democrats they have to change the actual policy. Obama's not telling people that they have to stop double digit inflation or soaring gas prices or a southern border that is wide open or calling moms and dads domestic terrorists or implementing a radical transgender agenda, no, instead, Obama says you have to just get better at communicating. What we are doing. I had a phenomenal conversation yesterday with Dave Rubin, which we will post on our podcast at some point where he was interviewing me, which was a nice kind of change of roles because we interview him a lot and he's very smart, founder of locals dot com, by the way, which was acquired by rumble, and he asked me a very important question. He said Charlie, do you think in the Democrats private

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Why Are Bari Weiss and Bill Maher Getting All the Credit? Dave Rubin Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 4 months ago

Why Are Bari Weiss and Bill Maher Getting All the Credit? Dave Rubin Explains

Dave Rubin, Founder of Locals, Describes His Decision to Leave Patreon

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:12 min | 4 months ago

Dave Rubin, Founder of Locals, Describes His Decision to Leave Patreon

"Because so many people talk a good game with this stuff. And I kind of walked through this with you for quite a while, right? That you were criticizing Google, you were talking with them trying to say, hey, can you back down YouTube? Can we make this work? Because you had an amazingly big YouTube song and you're still doing things on YouTube obviously. You haven't told all the above approach. But it was really the Patreon thing that it seemed motivate you more than anything else, especially kind of the Jordan Peterson delisting from Patreon, you want on tour with Jordan and you decided, hey, I'm an entrepreneur. I own my own stuff. Let's do this thing. And talk about the Patreon thing because that really was where they thought they could choke point the ability for creators to make money and not live within a corporate box. Yeah, I'm glad to ask because you know it sounds like a little bit like inside or baseball stuff. How do these things come together? But it is important because the way information moves so fast these days, we all kind of forget the seminal moments that happen before that led to any of us to this. And I mean, by any of us, I mean that led any of us to being addicted to these devices to having given all our data away and everything else. So basically, back in it was December of 2018, there was a guy who I'm guessing, maybe you've talked to before, who goes by the name sargon of akai on YouTube. His real name is Carl Benjamin. He's in the UK and he was one of the first guys about 5 or 6 years ago when I was going through my own political awakening, realizing how sort of corrupt and backwards the progressives are. And I how they had abandoned liberalism. He was one of the guys on YouTube that described himself as a classical liberal. He was fighting for individual rights and liberty, most things that we now associate with libertarians and conservatives. But he was an interesting guy to talk to. Anyway, he was on Patreon and Patreon for your audience that doesn't know. They're basically just a crowdfunding subscription site. So if you produce pretty much anything online, they will enable you to have your audience subscribe monthly to what you do, you set your price limit, et cetera. Anyway, I went on Patreon. That's where I was funding my shows about 80% of my rev I built. I built a really successful company around that and hired a bunch of employees and everything else. I was on Patreon, Jordan Peterson was on Patreon as well. Some other big people. And Carl Benjamin, sargon of akat. He was on there. And he went on someone else's show, not his Patreon channel, not his YouTube that was funded by Patreon. He went on someone else's show that had nothing to do with Patreon and he said the N word. And he said the N word not to be racially offensive or pejorative, but he said it because he was mocking the people who use that language. Patreon decided without any warning without any recourse to delete his channel. Now, he was running his own business in that way. So they just said to him, hey, we're not even going to give you a chance to explain to yourself, but really what it was. He wasn't just that. It was the fact that it had nothing to do with Patreon that really was the bell in my mind like the warning. The canary in the coal mine. Where it was like, wait a minute. They can boot you off services for things that you've done that have nothing to do with the services themselves.

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Locals Founder Dave Rubin on His Merger With Rumble

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | 4 months ago

Locals Founder Dave Rubin on His Merger With Rumble

"With us right now, is a friend of mine and the founder of locals, which is now merged with rumble. Congratulations to all behind it, including the founder, and he's one of the smartest and one of the most courageous fighters for free speech. On the planet, Dave Rubin, Dave, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Smartest and courageous, Charlie, our guys sent you the paperwork I see. I think it's good to see you. Now I omitted handsome because that would be weird. That would be weird. I like your hat. Thank you. It wouldn't be weird for you, but that's a separate issue. We can talk about that if you want. Not really. So, Dave, first, congratulations. Locals is amazing. We're starting to use it more and more. You're part of this parallel economy. Talk about it. You're an entrepreneur. It got acquired or merged with rumble. So walk us through that. Yeah, you know the truth is that for guys like us and all of the people that are now online and in mainstream media who talk about the problems of the world for a living, there is a value in talking. And then at some point, if you don't do anything about it, you're just talking. And then I would say you get ultimately diminishing returns on that. So all of us were screaming about big tech and were upset about shadow banning and de boosting an algorithmic tricks and all of this stuff. And I thought, all right, well, I've talked to a lot of people. No one seems to be willing to do anything. I guess I'll build something. And that really about three and a half years ago was the genesis of locals. I thought, well, what do I need as a creator? I want to own my video on my audio. I want to own the user data. I want to be able to communicate directly with my own audience without having to go through YouTube or Twitter or Facebook or Instagram, et cetera, et cetera. And we started building a really great product that also allowed my audience to subscribe to my stuff in essence so that I could actually make some money by producing, hopefully worthwhile content. And the company really grew really fast. I was able to get a great team of investors to help us bring on more programmers and just the right architects to build a really nice and I would say elegant product. And then the rumble guys came along and you know a bit about Chris ober rumble and the other people over there. And I thought, well, you know, you can fight alone, meaning I could build a great product and I can try to fight Google myself. And you know that David guy did beat Goliath, so maybe Dave can beat Google. But sometimes it's good to have a team too. You can think about as team sports so you can think Lord of the Rings or whatever. It's good to have some other people around you in the battle. And we just saw a great opportunity to merge what we're doing, which is subscription based solutions with what rumble is doing, which is sort of underbelly of the Internet, replace Amazon AWS, but also the front facing video YouTube side of things, so to speak. And we've

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Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:32 min | 6 months ago

Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin: Stop Treating Republicans Like Normal Politicians

"You hear it. This is a Washington Post columnist. And she used to call herself a conservative. I don't think she even bothers anymore. She's not. She's a conservative Republican Trump hating angry, angry little woman. I mean, man, is she nasty? And I remember seeing her on Tucker Carlson one night and it was so embarrassing the way Tucker just sliced and diced her. And this is what these folks need to keep doing because it confirms what we suspect that they really don't get it. They don't New Jersey, Virginia meant nothing to them. They think it was a blip on the radar. They think that Biden's 38% approval rating in The Washington Post ABC News poll? This week, pay no attention to that. They doubled down as evidenced by one gen Reuben. The mainstream media is part of this. They cover these issues. And then they go right back to having Republicans on talk shows asking them about other issues. Allowing them to air their phony grievances. Rather than grilling them incessant about why they tolerate this behavior. This is fascistic behavior. This is what fascist regimes do. They use extra outside the balance of reasonable democratic small D methods of getting their way. They intimidate they threat. They use the threat of violence. And this is absolutely intolerable. And it's been going on for years now in the Republican Party. And I think number one, the House should do something about it. And by the way, I think they might get a couple of Republican votes at least, both congresswoman Liz Cheney and congressman Adam kinzinger have said they might be inclined to go along with it, which I think would be very healthy. But I think you also have to have some new ground rules for the media. I think they have to stop treating Republicans like normal politicians. They're not normal politicians. This is not normal conduct. This is a party that spends its entire time cooking up these ridiculous cultural memes, fanning violence. And coming up with outright lies. We ought to just get out of their way. We ought to just get out of their way and let them keep spewing that kind of garbage and that ridiculousness let them keep doing it. Because we're going to win in such a massive

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Let the Tone-Deaf Democrats Dig Their Own Graves

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Let the Tone-Deaf Democrats Dig Their Own Graves

"A moment. I want to speak to the idea that 2022 is going to be a landslide. Don't take anything for granted. A lot could happen between now and then. A lot could happen between now and 2022, but I like her chances. I like what the Democrats are doing to themselves. I like what leftist media folks like Jen Rubin are doing to themselves. There is a tone deafness to them the likes of which I've never seen in my life. I mean, do you know there are actually trying to say that 4.4 million workers quitting in the month of September is a good sign. They're actually saying that inflation is okay because we can all afford it. The desperate, they're afraid they're in denial, and they're not listening to the American people. And from a political standpoint, I'm fine

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"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I mean this is partly why prager you does those videos that they do right because they wanna do short animated things that might catch a young person's attention. It's hard to say to them. Oh no you should read his book like read that that's tough but if you can get them to watch just get get some little kernel of something you know. Make it your your grandmother and we make it personal. When when they're saying these things about every being racist and old people that screwed everything up and all that stuff they will. Do you think that of me do you think of me as your grandmother Because most people actually don't but they're caught in this hysteria and then of course. I can't blame a certain amount of young people for being being brainwashed because we know what the mainstream media and big tech is doing to people look what they did to larryelder. So if you're force fed all of the lies you might start. Believing is so we've got work to do. We got work to do a tiny says. Have you spoken to larry since the election. I have and we're going to have dinner soon. And i just wanna leave it at that. What we spoke about privately. We'll stay private. Amy says how do we keep positive and hopeful about the twenty twenty twenty two election cycle. If we have zero faith in our elections. I get it. This is what i was saying to you guys yesterday. It's like. I feel proud of what i did and i feel good but i don't think it right right at this moment i can like be selling you guys on. Oh everything's gonna be great and it's all legit and everything else like they're telling us they're telling us how they want to destroy the company the company the country and they're and they're doing it in front of our eyes and then when they when you ask for very basic things like voter id laws. They tell you you're racist and now they tell you you're diseased on top of it so i don't know exactly how you find faith in that but that's why i would say you have to find faith in yourself and in people and it may be something above you rather than in these systems. We have to figure out a way in many ways. Ironically this is very much made. My next book is about holly says. Do you believe that there will be lawsuits coming out of this. One based on conservative courts experiencing issues at voting locations. I think there probably will be some but the results. It was such a wide gap that like the media is not going pay any attention. They'll they'll be some lawsuits..

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The Rubin Report

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Building your own businesses that are building new institutions. And i wanna help you. However i can and that's really where a lot of my energy is so last thing before i bring in corolla. Look i did not have this thing on me. Basically for the month. I had to take a couple phone calls and my mom's dog died. Charlie shout out to charlie. Like i did hear a couple things related to that But you know. I was not in constant war i was not in this endless. Doom scrolling of twitter. And what did these people say. And even like i really didn't think about ao. See for a month which truly is a joy I didn't think about any of that stuff. I just enjoyed myself most days at the end of the day david nye. We got a big green egg. We smoked an incredible amount of briskets and try tips and tomahawks and we eight grade. Just everything we ate was great and took care of ourselves and most nights where my head hit the pillow. I would say to him. You know a great day today. What a great day was today and that is the. I believe that all of us can have that. Maybe you can't have it for a month so consistently and i thank all of you guys letting me do this crazy thing that i've done for five years but that's the feeling that i want to go forward like. How do we balance being engaged. People being part of this new digital world. That is here whether we like it or not verses or i should say while at the same time being happy being real people in a real world with people and dealing with that tension so that being said i'm i'm here i'm open. I'm now going to hear from adam karol who's gonna get me caught up to speed on the world assuming it still exists. And let's see what i missed. I guess i'm a little. It's not nervous. I'm but i'm a little trepidation. Let's say corolla are you there. I am curl. That was my little dave rubin oration to begin this thing. I'm feeling pretty good about life. you know. i make a good steak normally..

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The Rubin Report

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I was not in constant war in this endless doom scrolling of twitter. And what did these people say. And even like i really didn't think about ao. See for a month which truly is a joy I didn't think about any of that stuff. I just enjoyed myself most days at the end of the day david nye. We got a big green egg. We smoked an incredible amount of briskets and try tips and tomahawks and we eight grade. Just everything we ate was great and took care of ourselves and most nights where my head hit the pillow. I would say to him you know. I had a great day today. What a great day was today and that is the. I believe that all of us can have that. Maybe you can't have it for a month so consistently and i thank all of you guys letting me do this crazy thing that i've done for five years but that's the feeling that i want to go forward like. How do we balance being engaged. People being part of this new digital world. That is here whether we like it or not verses or i should say while at the same time being happy being real people in a real world with people and dealing with that tension so that being said i'm i'm here i'm open. I'm now going to hear from adam karol who's gonna get me caught up to speed on the world assuming it still exists. And let's see what i missed. I guess i'm a little. It's not nervous. I'm but i'm a little trepidation. Let's say corolla are you there. I am curl. That was my little dave rubin oration to begin this thing. I'm feeling pretty good about life. you know. i make a good steak normally. But i ate well. Listen to music. I worked out. I'm feeling good man. I i sense you might wreck the whole thing here. Yeah well. I'm with you on your philosophy and i do Tell people all the time. Now you just held your phone up to show the audience. I couldn't hold my phone up. Because i don't have my phone in the studio so for little tips for for sanity is. I never bring my phone in my studio because i'm just i. There's nothing i can do with it while i mean here. It's just a distraction and you know the rule is I'm in the studio our day. There's never a phone in here so it's all going to have to wait and if you make some of those rules for yourself it it's a better life all right man just just not having my phone in the morning you know. I try not to bring the phone in the bedroom even normally when when. I'm not off the grid. But just knowing that i'm waking up i don't know what time it is and i'm not gonna just see what someone said about me on. Twitter is the first thing in the morning. And it's not going to be the thing i i just. That alone is to to answer your question. Which is why isn't the media talking about diet and exercise and Body mass index and you know obesity and all these things which is interesting that you know other than age second most important part of not being killed by covert is obesity and that they've never they never bring up age or obesity by the way so obviously what. It is with diet exercise supplements and the things..

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The Rubin Report

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I done a google hangout with him. When we didn't have a studio yet we just moved. And it was very grainy and choppy. And i couldn't understand everything he was saying. Even because it was coming in and out the video was the quality wasn't great. we were jacking. Our neighbors internet have internet yet. I sat down with him for that. Twelve rules for life interview and we went through each rule it was like it felt dense and real important to me and then to think that i got to spend a year my year and a half of my life like talking about that stuff with people and seeing people turn their lives around. It's just it's awesome. That's a privilege that i have that the things that i've done in these studios in the conversations i've had i've seen the real world examples of how they can make people's lives better and that's pretty much as good as it gets. Storms has what has been your favorite and or most difficult part of building locals. And the ruben report. On the ruben report side. I would say. Just doing what i thought like. We had to take a lot of risks like we left the young turks. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. We left or tv. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. We left patriot. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. I've always been able when. I've seen the forks in the road and all the times to go more independent and do things my own way and make sure that i was running my own businesses and that i was my own boss and the chances that i fire dave rubin are slim to none. Like we're gonna have a sit down with dave rubin and we gotta tell you know he said some stuff and he's a lot of trouble now like i've been able to make the right decisions along the way at least on the big stuff doesn't mean i get everything right all.

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The Rubin Report

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I done a google hangout with him. When we didn't have a studio yet we adjust moved and it was very grainy choppy. And i couldn't understand everything you're saying even because it was coming in and out the video was the quality wasn't great. We were jacking. Our neighbors internet have internet bone. I i sat down with him for that. Twelve rules for life interview and we went through each rule it was like it felt dense and real and important to me and then to think that i got to spend a year my a year and a half of my life like talking about that stuff with people and seeing people turn their lives around. It's just it's awesome. That's a privilege that i have that the things that i've done in these studios in the conversations i've had i've seen the real world examples of how they can make people's lives better and that's pretty much as good as it gets. Storms has what has been your favorite and or most difficult part of building locals. And the ruben report. On the ruben report side. I would say. Just doing what i thought like. We had to take a lot of risks like we left the young turks. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. We left or tv. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. We left patriot. I didn't know if that was going to work. It ended up working. I've always been able when. I've seen the forks in the road and all the times to go more independent and do things my own way and make sure that i was running my own businesses and that i was my own boss and the chances that i fire dave rubin are slim to none. Like we're gonna have a sit down with dave rubin and we gotta tell you know he said some stuff and he's a lot of trouble now like i've been able to make the right decisions along the way at least on the big stuff doesn't mean everything right all.

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The Rubin Report

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Are you guys know this Guy Dave Rubin so here's the deal eld Dave did our Philadelphia and tore the house down and so we were chatting afterwards and he wanted to come back and he wanted to do something for his show the Rubin report which is taken off and I said there on my said you know look we'd love to do it. We'd love to get you talking about you. Know what we're doing but I kind kind of had this epiphany and I asked him backstage and he's he's a great which is awesome. The Dave is this transformation of coming to the principles support liberty and so I would like to interview Dave and really dig in on how we got there and you've told me backstage but want to just just get your permission your okay for me to kind of dig and talk about this transformation and talk about what got you from where you were to be in here and I think we can we can talk not just what about that but about what you're seeing and what you're projecting out for the future yeah well before. We do anything else so we are airing. This not live right now but this will we'll be aired on my channel so can you crazy. Libertarians make some noise.

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Happier with Gretchen Rubin

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"In. I'm at elizabeth craft. Our email address is podcast gretchen rubin dot com. If you like the show please do be sure to tell a friend word word of mouth helps us so much and subscribe to us wherever you listen to podcasts the resources for this week. If you are giving a gift for a new mother or a mother mother who's entering a new stage in parenting. Their first child is just going to kindergarten or starting high school like in my case my daughter's school for the time think about the happiness project one-sentence journal for mothers. It's where you right just one sentence a day and it turns out one sentence. A day brings back memories. <hes> you can go to gretchen rubin dot com slash shop <hes> to see more about that and if you are looking for great books to read a follow me on good reads each week. I post what i read that week. I don't review it but i <hes> i don't always review but if i finished it you know that i liked it and while you're there you can mark out of order intercom or any of my other books as torri until next week. I'm elizabeth frost and i'm gretchen rubin. Thanks for joining us on word and upward blissett. You know we remember mario's grinders but allies an elder remember jodi aureus restaurant the mix with all the salads and stuff i know and she has a new one cafeteria which i take jack to every time we're in town so alright i the scaglia dynasty from the onward project.

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"I'm Gretchen Rubin and this is a little happier. I heard this story from a friend I know well and because I know her well. I know a lot about her family so I know that she has a very close family with loving generous parents who are also very a loving and generous grandparents and she told me this story about her parents at one point. One of their granddaughters became very interested in dollhouses. Now I know this stage well because both my daughters went through very intense dollhouse stages. This granddaughter had very simple under furnished version of a dollhouse and she desperately wanted a more elaborate one. She talked about how she would furnish it and arrange it and she loved looking at pictures of dollhouses dollhouse furniture and miniatures so with all good intentions the two grandparents went out and bought a beautiful dollhouse and even more than that people all the furniture for it. It was a fully furnished dollhouse the little dining room table and chairs the little. Bathtub sink even the tiny visa flowers and various kinds of food for the kitchen so cunning and their granddaughter was overjoyed and she played with that dollhouse for a day and she never played with it after that and I was thinking why reflecting on my own daughters way of playing with our dollhouse especially my younger daughter Eleanor who was far more engaged with the dollhouse. I realized that this story perhaps. Illustrates an observation by the philosopher Bertrand Russell who wrote in his fascinating book the conquest of happiness that to be without some of the things you want is an indispensable part of happiness. I've thought a lot about that statement and whether I agree with it one hundred percent or not. I'm not sure that I do agree with it but this dollhouse example strengthens his case. My daughter's liked the process of furnishing the dollhouse the furnishings. Fishing's are expensive so they would get the pieces slowly something for a birthday something for Christmas or perhaps my mother would take them to the tiny dollhouse store in our neighborhood to choose something as a special treat when she came to visit New York City they yearn for something thing they plan and then when the time came they get it in the meantime they had to make do with what the had some children love to improvise using an empty Spool as a stool for instance but Elisa Eleanor Day didn't do that. They just played with whatever they had and. And whenever they got something new they'd arrange and rearrange it repeatedly and the fact is it's so fun to go to a dollhouse store and pick out the cunning little items there is so perfect and tiny and without even realizing it and with the most loving of intentions these grandparents had given themselves much of the fine and taken away much of the fun. I'm not sure that I agree with Bertrand Russell that it's always true but it's certainly true that sometimes.

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"As always you can take the quiz. Quiz dot Gretchen Rubin dot com and you'll learn all about the for tendencies coming up, and I give myself a fancy dress related merit. But first the spring. Neum is a habit changing solution that helps users learn to develop a new relationship with food through personalized courses Neum is not a diet. It's a healthy and easy to stick to way of life, which I love using the new map because, you know, I'm on my journey to a size six. Yes. The one c of six this year number six and using Neum really helps me stay on track I can log my weight every day which for me is huge. And it's got the greatest food logging program. Like everything is in there. So it's just so easy to use. And now I feel so much better. And more confident in my clothes, and you know, I'm always stressing about close. Clue losing weight has really made me more confident that you don't have to change it all in one day, small steps, make big progress. Sign up for your trial today at noon, that's an m dot com slash happier. What do you have to lose? Visit Neum dot com. Com slash happier. To start your trial today. That's Neum dot com slash happier. The last weight loss program, you'll need people often ask me about suggestions for more great podcast. Listen to and a great podcasts that I love is from my friend Jordan harbinger. The Jordan harbinger show, it's an interview show with super interesting people super interesting conversations and Jordan with me here right now. Hey gretchen. Hey, jordan. I loved your episode one fifty nine with author and professor Cal Newport, about digital minimalism. Oh my gosh. Yeah. He's a genius. And this guy has figured out. Cal Newport has figured out that social. It's not just don't wanna do any social media. It's decluttering your mental landscape, and then bringing things in sort of in drip for format or fashion. So you can go do I want this and do I not want this. So it's a little bit like Marie condo for your brain. And, and I love this because he tells us that our greatest competitive advantage is not really around. Getting smarter reading faster. It's about focus because now everybody's so unfocused that the bar is kind of low to be the one who I dunno pays attention to the thing that you're actually doing that day. That's a huge advantage now. So he's really good at not getting absorbed by distractions and teaching us how to do the same, I will post a link to that episode one fifty nine the Jordan harbinger show. Check it out put a Lincoln, the show notes and off..

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Gretchen Rubin writer who studies happiness good habits. Outer order nature. I'm in New York City, and with me is my sister, lists us craft my sister. The sage that's meal is crafted TV writer and producer living in LA, and Gretchen. I definitely feel that doing this podcast has made me wise. We'll be four. We jump in. We have an interesting update from our listener, Donna. Yes, she said in twenty eight teen I listed more music for one of my eighteen for eighteen. I wasn't sure how would play out, but I began being more mindful of ways to have more music again in my life. I had been in two singing groups in high school. A traveling choir in college played several instruments at cetera in my former life before mom, and professional as the kids left home. I was having a bit more time. I wanted to join a choir, but at the same time my mom suffered worsening dementia had a stroke and was wheelchair and assisted living bad. I started traveling three to four hours a week to see her I tried to make our visits meaningful. But we stopped having things to talk about despite including her table mates favourite things, they have done their past one day while attending a funeral. I noticed how rich the words were in the carefully chosen. Hymns my next visit I asked each of my mom's tablemates, what their favorite hymn was from that conversation. I decided volunteered have him sing once a month for the residents that were interested. Funny thing, one pastor at the assisted living said, I can't sing, but I love hearing the old hymns and he sits in listen, sometimes singing a few others who seem very quiet will perk up to sing an old favorite. They often know the words, my mom has always loved to hear me play. In fact, as a teen, she would let me off dishwashing duty by practice. My Pia no effective idea, parents, I was aware that I am not that great of him player. But my spouse reminds me you're much better than the concert pianist to isn't there. We always end with the non him. You are my sunshine, the most sung song and any music event of the facility. So who knew that my more music, eighteen would result in me practicing almost daily again and playing. Hymns at an assisted living, not so nice this because it's solves it achieves so many purposes, all at once for her for these other for her mother for other people who she didn't even set out to help, she's found a way on. It's interesting. I reading hurt note. I reminded me of some research that I'd read, and I actually looked up, and I will post a link to New York Times article that talks about this research that research shows that even when all other means of communications have shutdown people respond and remember music, and apparently music memory less better than verbal memory because it's processed across many parts of the brain. And so it's stored in more locations. And so this is this is a great way to reach people who may be are don't do have trouble, speaking, and communicating that way. But who can respond to the sound of music, and to the words of a song and? I just wanna point out her saying that she was more mindful about ways to incorporate it just points out how if something's on your brain. It helps you just be aware of it incorporated into life, which is why the eighteen eighteen nineteen for nineteen lists are so great to begin with. Yeah. Exactly. And sort of related Lee. We talked about invest in your identities. And in the responses, we got many people talked about identities related to music, sort of, like, she's saying, I had this very strong identity when I was in high collagen is sort of fell away. It's interesting to me, how many people mentioned music related identities. And maybe it's because as children, there's so much structure around it, because it's like you have to take piano lessons, and then high school and college..

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"And everyone at cadence thirteen get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen Rubin, and I'm at Elizabeth crafts. Our Email address is podcast at Gretchen, Rubin dot com. If you like the show, be sure to tell a friend and subscribe to us and apple podcast, Google, podcasts or your favorite podcasting app. Thanks to the wonderful people who ordered five or more copies of outer order intercom had many names this week, which is wonderful, Angie. Shoe est- Maradi Copeland. Melissa thomson. Elizabeth Cottrell bath duck it Leslie Clave, Rebecca, Frederick, Shelly friend. Gayle Wilson Brett who dissect Nicole Halberg malaria, and Jill from the semi together podcast Kelly wall and Melissa Mathis. So thank you for your enthusiasm. That's amazing. And here's another thing. I, you know, we say please rate and reviews, and it's the same thing about a book if you reviewed the book on Amazon good reads apple books, are you know, wherever you give online reviews, it really helps other readers to find a book. I know that I look at reviews regular reader reviews to help me decide to buy book. And so that's a huge help. If you do that and grab there's a new resource due to popular demand. You created a PDF includes all the happiness hacks from every episode people can download it for free at Gretchen Rubin dot com slash research. Sources. And I know you're going to update that a few times a

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Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Preorder one copy or five or more copies, you can go to outer order inner calm book dot com, and you can find out all about the preorder bonuses. And a lot of information about the book. Thank you as always to our engineer Bob tab door. Also, thanks to our executive producer Chuck Reed. Get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Gretchen Rubin. And I'm at Elizabeth craft or Email address is podcasts at Gretchen Rubin dot com. If you like this show has always please be sure to tell a friend and subscribe to us wherever you listen. To your podcast the resources for this week. Do you want signed personalized copy of outer order Entercom? I am doing something. I've never done before. I am partnering with the very famous New York. City giant indie bookstore, the strand I will sign it. And personalize it for you. They will ship it to you. They will tip it internationally for you. I will put a link in the show notes if you would like to get that and also randomly, but whimsically I have a collaring book if you like the color, you can get a free page to print out from the happiness project coloring book, if you go to Gretchen Rubin dot com slash resources until next week. I'm Elizabeth craft and I'm Gretchen Rubin. Thanks for joining us on word and upward. Solicit your at home, not on the Disney lot. So I w- where are you doing the recording? I'm in our office. I'm at my desk, which is actually really nice because usually I'm sitting on the couch, and my microphone is always like falling over, I'm having shuffling papers. But this is actually much easier. Because it's like I got my stand in front of me on my computer at my ipad. So I don't know. Maybe I'll start doing it from here all the time. But you cleared clutter under around your office in your desk is famous we did. About thirty percent, clutter capacity. All right. Not that. From the Anward project.

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"And I'm at a lucid as craft. Our Email address is podcast Gretchen, Rubin dot com. If you like that show as always, please be sure to tell a friend subscribe to us wherever you listen to your podcast, and please rate in reviews, it really helps other people to discover the show the resources for this week. If you want to get my twenty one day outer order challenge and more more freebies. You can get them. If you order, my new book outer order intercom. So you could feared the book in any format. I'd just finished recording the book. I mean, the audiobook, and you can preorder the book in any format at any retailer and then fill out the form at outer order inner calm, book dot com. I will close the link to that Michaud nuts, and then you can get access to the preorder bonus materials if one of your resolu-. Nations is to read more in twenty nineteen. You can get my list of my Eighty-one favorite works of children's literature and young adult literature at Gretchen, Rubin dot com slash resources. How I love that list. Every now and also if you want a moment of penis, you can sign up from a moment of happiness newsletter. And I will send you a quote five days a week, then to your inbox a little quote about happiness or human nature, and that you can get it. Gretchen Rubin dot com slash hashtag newsletter to sign up for that. Or to update your subscription preferences. And again, all these links will be in the show. So don't worry. If you can't remember what they are until next week. I'm Elizabeth craft and I'm Gretchen ribbon. Thanks for joining us on word and. Gretch? Speaking of bandaids, did you know, they have personalized bandits a halt, my gosh, there's personalized everything. Now. I love that. I know we should do happier. Bandaids? All my gosh. We should absolutely. That is the greatest idea. Let's do it.

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The Rubin Report

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Stay tuned as we're working on building out an Ed free podcast for our supporters on Dave Rubin dot com. Join now and we'll row you right into it. When it's ready this podcast, really blew up in two thousand eighteen and I have no doubt the twenty nine thousand nine will be our biggest and best year yet. All right now onto the statement. I'm officially closing the Rubin report patriotic count effective January fifteenth the show will continue to be powered by our viewers through monthly and one time donations exclusively at Dave Rubin dot com slash donate, contrary to patriot CEO Jack Conte's promise that he would uphold freedom of speech on his platform. It has become clear that patriot is not the. Home for these ideals with the deletion of Sargon of a Qods patriot account patriot has made it clear that their line of what is politically correct will continue to move on diversity of thought is replaced with conformity of thought this is clearly but a marker in the wider, cultural war and refused to do nothing with the barbarians at the gate. The time has come for someone to take a stand. I am proud to take this stand alongside Jordan Peterson who also deleting his account today as well, deleting. Are patriot account is not an easy decision since joining patriot. In two thousand sixteen patriot has been an invaluable tool in allowing me to grow the Rubin report to where it is today. We remain one hundred percent independent because of our viewers and listeners, and this is something that I couldn't possibly be more proud of patriot has been our largest revenue source for over two years. And your support is given me the confidence that leaving. Now is the right decision to make where there is risk. There is reward I hope that you'll join me as we continue to think into learn to agree..

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Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Know an Instagram Twitter. Facebook drop us an Email at podcast at Gretchen Rubin dot com, or as always go to the show notes. This is happier. Cast dot com slash 202 for everything related to this episode coming up we've got a happiness hack about how to have better conversation with your taciturn child. I spring. So let's have a happiness hack that is a way to foster conversation by making it feel like a game. Yes. This comes from Christine. She says I have three boys. My seven year old is a rebel nine year old is a questioner and twelve year old is an holder. My husband, and I are oblige IRS whenever we ask our kids to tell us about their day. We get the usual good or nothing the oldest will respond to specific questions and we'll sometimes elaborate, but the other two no, so occasionally, I'll ask them rapid fire quiz style. Questions to find out more about their day things like favorite friend today. Slowest time period. Best subject most enjoyable playtime. Funny. A senior teacher said it's cetera. This really gets them to open up, and I hear little snippets of their day that make me feel like I was right there with them. The categories are limitless. And they like the rapid fire. Style. So they can just answer and move on. But usually, it leads to more detail. It's really helped our communication as they sometimes ask me questions actual conversation. I love this. Because Gretchen for sure with Jack. I'm like how is your day? Good. What happened nothing? I mean. It's exactly what she's saying. Let's funny too. Because I was at a parents meeting of eighth grade parents and the parent of an eighth grader was complaining about this. And I was like I have a solution for you to try try this hack and so. Warnings. I suggested this to somebody and she seemed like really excited to try it. So I think it's a really smart tip. Yeah. So thank you, Christina. Do it with Jack. Yeah. Excellent. And listener question as always you can leave us a.

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"If you're listening today is the last day to get twenty percent off my new twelve month. Video course, the happiness project experience. Register at courses dot Gretchen, Rubin dot com slash happiness. And of course, you can go there. Even after January second that's just for the the discount and listen this week that try this at home. Tip is to use the checklist for habit change. And this checklist is one page free PDF that you can download you can go to Gretchen Rubin dot com slash resources, or I'll put a link to it in the show notes or you can Email at podcast Gretchen Rubin dot com, and I'll send it because in this cluster episodes. We've talked about various ways to approach the new year to have a happier. Twenty nineteen. And then today, we're really going to focus on have it changed because for you and me both in for a lot of people. What we're thinking about is trying to change a habit. And so this is a checklist that's meant to make it easier to think about how to be smart about how you try to change your habits when you're writing the happiness project and happier home, you realize it so much happiness is around habits. And then that inspired you to write better than before about how to change habits and we've talked before about your checklist for habit change. But it's so useful to review you have. So. Many ways people can like set themselves up for success. I printed it out. I have a right in front of me. It's it's a lovely list with many options. So let's go over some of the ways that people can help themselves. Yeah. And because you don't like something like eighty percent of resolutions or abandoned by February. So you really want to set yourself up for success? And I think sometimes when people see the long lists that they're Twenty-one. They think oh, this is too many just give me three. But it's better to have a big list because then you can pick and choose the ones that are right for you. So I think it's helpful to think about all the options. So you really can tailor it to the kind of person you are. So here the Twenty-one strategies to contemplate into what you might do. If you had the checklist will have a change. Let's say at the top of the page were like I want to exercise or like I want to meditate every day something like that. Then we'll just pick one meditate every day. So that's what you put at the top of the checklist because that's what you're working on two. Now, you're thinking, what of all the strategies? Can I use toward that aim? So I as the four tendencies use, you're are you an upholder? Questioner obliged, sir rubble. That's huge writes, the self-knowledge know, yourself know, yourself, first and foremost before you pick these acid. I don't know who you are. Yes. Yes. Like if you know, you're an obliged. You're going to set things up in a very different way than if you knew your rubble, and again, I'll post a link to the quiz if you haven't figured out your tendencies yet, I'm seeing user, Tennessee. Another one is distinctions because distinction goes into self knowledge again, which is like are you a morning person and a night person? That's gonna make a difference when it comes to work process. Are you marathoner who likes to work start early and work steadily and not come against a deadline or you a sprinter who likes to do everything at the last minute or you an under buyer like me, and you you're an under buyer Elizabeth or over buyer like people have different challenges depending on dislike what kind of people there. And then Gretchen you have your pillars of habits. These are the four things that you think are sort of the basics on how you can keep a habit going, right? So one is monitoring just by monitoring how much you do something you tend to do a better job. So if I write down every penny I spend I'm probably going to do a better job of spending wisely. Even if I'm not trying to change what I spend you just kind of makes you do a better job. So one is monitoring foundation is like okay first things, I think about your body..

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"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rubin" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"I'm Gretchen Rubin. A writer who study happiness. Good habits in human nature. I'm in New York City, and with me as my sister was craft and Elizabeth office birthday parties are a big challenge for you in what you do not so much for me. That's me, Elizabeth craft TV writer and producer living in LA and Gretchen I have to think are many listeners who offered advice about dealing with my messy closet feel your pain they want how they were. I appreciate their thoughtfulness. Yes. Many people think I should put a door on the closet. It is thousands of dollars. Which is why we didn't do it in the first place. But it is something for me to think about for the future people's suggested other ways of sort of rigging up a door not putting in a whole door, but kind of doing a door which sort of don't work for your space. They were good ideas that sorta didn't write or space. Yeah. And then Gretchen one idea. Stuck with me, which I think is a great one is para, it's pairing thing. It's that they do that. I shouldn't put on my beloved slippers because I love getting home getting on my slippers, and my robe and till I put away my clothes for the day. So that would be a way to ensure that I am taking care of my clothes weather. It's putting it in the laundry basket hanging. It back up putting into the dry cleaning pile, whatever it is dealing with it rather than just leaving it on the floor, which is what I usually do. So I'm going to try that. That's good. That's good. And also before we want to jump in and remind everybody that January second..

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