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Economist Richard Wolff explains our class society.

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A low bias video essay about the Manosphere by someone who seems to genuinely care about the topic. Thanks to @[email protected] for this summary.

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This video is two years old

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Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to John Stewart's recent commentary on Tucker Carlson.

Short Summary

  1. Late night comedians, including John Stewart, criticized Tucker Carlson for his positive review of Russia, accusing him of failing to understand the darker side of the Russian State.
  2. Chris Cuomo commented on the segment, pointing out the hypocrisy of Democrats who were upset with Stewart for criticizing Biden but cheered when he made fun of Carlson.
  3. Tucker defended himself against accusations of being a tool of the Kremlin, sharing a story about Boris Johnson demanding a million dollars for an interview.
  4. The discussion touched on the importance of public transportation as a government-run service that should be efficient and beneficial to taxpayers.
  5. Stewart was criticized for praising Moscow's subway system, with the argument that having poor public transportation is not a price of freedom but a public service that should be well-maintained and accessible to all.
  6. The conversation highlighted the need for realistic assessments of different countries' living conditions and infrastructure.
  7. Comparisons were made between the average American home size and indoor plumbing availability compared to Russia.
  8. The speaker discussed food costs and income allocation towards food purchases in Russia.
  9. The importance of historical movements leading to public infrastructure development and income equality measures like Medicare and Social Security was emphasized.
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