Dave Rubin brings you honest conversations in 'The Panel,' unfiltered rants in 'Direct Message,' and goes one on one with comedians, authors and thought leaders in 'The Sit Down' talking the latest in politics and current events.
Chloe Valdary (writer and political activist) joins Dave to discuss growing up Jewish as a person of color, how to disassemble anti semitism, her criticism of intersectionality, and the Women’s March, and to deconstruct the ideas around feminism, Islam, the hatred of Israel, the theory of enchantment which focuses on the importance of human connection, and more.
Marian Tupy (editor, Humanprogress.org) joins Dave to discuss good news and optimism for humanity, from life expectancy increasing to poverty decreasing, and his optimism about the environment, from alternative forms of energy to the increased greening of the earth.
Bret Weinstein (former professor at Evergreen State) joins Dave to discuss life after being pushed out from Evergreen State University for a scandal surrounding accusations of racism, his disagreements with Richard Dawkins, what he sees as the most important topics around evolutionary biology, his issues with New Atheism, thoughts on policing gender, and more.
Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin are on tour across the world. This is the Q&A portion of their show in Oslo, Norway, discussing 12 Rules for Life, what it’s been like to travel all over the world, and how Jordan sees his future.
Kyle Kashuv (Parkland student) joins Dave discuss his experience during the Parkland High School shooting, and why he still supports the second amendment as an advocate for gun rights, his views on the NRA and the media’s treatment of the shooting, his opposing views to other Parkland survivors, and more.