Rubin Report (Dave Rubin)

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Dave Rubin is a talk show host, comedian, and TV personality. He is the host of The Rubin Report, a talk show about big ideas and free speech, heralded for it’s politically incorrect and honest approach to discussing complex issues and current events. The show has garnered a huge fan base from across the world, by having honest conversations about important issues in a thoughtful and candid manner rarely seen in mainstream media.

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Rubin Report Bio
Care about free speech? Tired of political correctness? Like discussions about big ideas? Watch Dave Rubin on The Rubin Report. The Rubin Report is a talk show about big ideas and free speech. 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. The Rubin Report is fully fan funded by an audience around the world.


 ?  Part of this wiki because he is a pro free speech libertarian open to having dialogue with those of opposing viewpoints.

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"Rubin Report" host and comedian Dave Rubin recalled his own coming out experience, which he described as his "defining moment," in a candid conversation...
The Rubin Report, hosted by Dave Rubin, is dedicated to applying reason to the big questions of the day. This is classical liberalism.
Dave Rubin is one of the rising media stars of one of the craziest years in American political history. In a time when the political conversation is especially polarized and personality-obsessed, and when Americans of all ideological stripes are puzzled as to where the last year of Trump or Sanders-driven political lunacy leaves them, the ?
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report used to be a big progressive. He even had a show with The Young Turks! But now he's not a progressive. He has left the left. Why? Dave Rubin shares his story.
Violent ?free speech? rallies and crowdfunding campaigns are fueling a new cottage industry.
Dave Rubin, founder of The Rubin Report, isn't your typical gay Jewish comedian. A rising YouTube star, he has devoted himself to defending free speech,
Dave Rubin runs through a list of the outrageous things he claims 'progressives' want, but nothing he mentions bears any resemblance to anything I or anybody I have ever met is actually fighting for.
Someone linked me this video from Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report. The Right is just falling over itself to be love-struck by good old Dave. You see, he used to be a progressive but then saw the lig?
Internet talk show host Dave Rubin says he no longer identifies as a progressive after becoming disillusioned with the left?s increasing disregard for concepts such as freedom of speech, religious liberty and judging people on the content of their character rather than the color of their skin.
When Stephen Fry hit the headlines in April for defending free speech, it was an ironic moment for the controversy-courting man who interviewed him.
Mother Jones and angry leftists use guilt by association against him. || Chris Beck
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Tucker Carlson interviews popular YouTuber Dave Rubin, host of The Rubin Report, on Thursday's edition of Tucker Carlson Tonight on the FOX News Channel. Google, YouTube's parent company, has demonetized many of his videos. TUCKER CARLSON: A lot of people now make a living off of YouTube. It's the world's most popular video site by far, it's a subsidiary by Google. Increasingly, Google seems to be letting politics dictate who is allowed to make money from the platform. Dave Rubin hosts a very popular show called The Rubin Report. Recently, a whole bunch of Rubin's videos were demonetized. That's the word that YouTube uses when they tell you you can't make money from them anymore. Why did that happen? Dave Rubin joins us tonight. Explain what exactly happened, this has happened to other people. It sounds ominous. What does it mean and why did they decide to do this? DAVE RUBIN: I think most importantly, the reason why I agreed to do this show with you tonight, Tucker, is that I am on that platform, the YouTube platform, and I want that platform to work. I want it to be all of the things for all of the creators who put their content out there across the board politically or whether you are doing community videos or sports videos or politics videos or anything else. I wanted to be treated fairly for everybody and be transparent in what it is. The word "demon" is in demonetized and I can tell you as someone who is dealing with some of this stuff is that it appears at least that there is some pretty shady stuff going on. Look, I don't want to fight Google and YouTube. There's a biblical story of David versus Goliath, I don't want to be Dave versus Google because it probably won't work out as well for me. But my show, we do a talk show based on big ideas, sort of an old school Larry King-esque style, and I talk to people all over the political map. Many of them are conservative friends of yours, then I have progressives and lefties and I talk about religion and science and all of this stuff. And our videos, our back catalog, just lately -- I was off the grid, which is where this beard came from, for a month. But just lately, our videos, almost our entire back catalog has been demonetized. And I'm talking about videos where we're talking about God and morality, or we're talking about basic stuff about the election, or even today, the video that I posted, one video today, it was with a YouTuber by the name of Philip DeFranco, who is one of the original YouTubers, the guy has about 6 million subscribers, really, really interesting guy that I'm sure many of your audience knows. They demonetized that. This is with one of their top creators who has been on there forever. So, look, I don't exactly what is going on behind the scenes but I know that a lot of creators are upset. CARLSON: Well I think that's right. We got a statement from YouTube, and it contradicts what you just said. It said that over 90% of the videos on The Rubin Report are fully monetized. The remaining 10% are not because they contain discussions of adult topics, pornography, ISIS. These are topics which many advertisers find objectionable. What's your response? RUBIN: Okay, I said I don't want to do a David versus Goliath thing here but that's simply not true. I'm telling you right now as we went to air, I have an iPhone here, it's a very fancy thing, the video that I posted this morning with Philip DeFranco. I can tell you about videos that I did with many people who are mainstream people who appear even on FOX, like Ben Shapiro and Larry Elder. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who I think is the greatest human rights hero that we have on earth, CARLSON: She is, I agree. RUBIN: I can talk about Bishop Robert Barron, from the Archdiocese in L.A. where I talked about religion, People I agree with, people I disagree with. By the way, I don't think I'm necessarily being singled out here, I think this is an across the board problem. CARLSON: And those videos have been demonetized? RUBIN: Yes, absolutely. CARLSON: The videos you just mentioned. RUBIN: Yeah, and Tucker I'm not B.S.'ing you here. CARLSON: No, I believe you. RUBIN: I even asked before we started can we make sure. So I don't know why they issued that strange statement. I'm glad that there is some communication, though, because unfortunately the lack of transparency there, it took me about two years to get on the phone with them. I finally did about two weeks ago and I didn't get any real answers. CARLSON: Scary. apparently, Jason Whitlock got demonetized too from FOX Sports who is a frequent guest and a friend of this show. Dave, good luck, we're certainly rooting for you, and I hope you'll come back when you get to the bottom of what's going on. Somebody needs to keep track of what Google is doing and we hope you do that.
Here?s Dave Rubin describing how he was characterized by a piece in Mother Jones magazine as being ?alt-right?, and how he pushed back against that. The piece was ?Cashing i?
Dave Rubin shares how his background as a stand-up comic helped him become a successful show host, how he originally got interested in politics, his views on the changing media landscape, how he believes the Trump presidency will impact the media and his best career advice.
Mother Jones has unfairly smeared liberal talk-show host Dave Rubin for daring to interview ?alt-right? personalities.
The host of The Rubin Report discusses the 'regressive left,' his thoughts on Islam, and breaking with progressives.

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