I dunno…he’s still posting charts and talking about potential market corrections. I think you may be falling into an Either/Or Fallacy trap.
Excellent critique. I had no idea he refused to have Sedar on? I think he’s the type of person who’d make a great counterbalance with people like Larry Elder and Ben Shapiro. So it’s Rubin who denied having him on the show?
Great points. “his answers are always some vague thing about “how crazy everything is” and how he doesn’t know who to trust in the media. Fair enough, but after being asked about it numerous times you’d think he would do some more research & give a more informed answer.” That’s right, he always seems so uninformed and is never able (or willing) to go…
“ So, you don’t like Rubin because he isn’t on your team?”
When did i mention liking or disliking Rubin? It’s not really a question when it’s loaded with a presupposition.
“ The reason I believe people are drawn to his show is because he allows the speaker to lay their case and for the viewer to…
Actually, it’s my position, not my opinion. I have backed it with reasoning and examples. I’m not even sure what “right/left divide within the left” means anymore. The left isn’t a coherent group the way the right (sort of) is. It’s a fairly broad coalition of special interests which may or may not have anything to do with each other. Maybe I’ll write about that next.