Joe Rogan Experience #1498 - Jon Stewart

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    PowerfulJRE

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    Jon Stewart is a comedian, director, writer, producer, activist, and television host. He's the director fo the new film "Irresistible" that releases on June 26, 2020.

BallzD33P
BallzD33P

9:56. Him talking about the economic system... And by him you know its not joe... This is why I come back time and time again to your podcast. Your one of the few than can get super stars. People in the know and ask them questions I wish I could ask.

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Pete Nauth
Pete Nauth

If Stewart and Oliver did a show together.....that would be epic

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Taylor Craft
Taylor Craft

So, if you’re in hard times, that’s “wildly out of your control”, but if you succeed, it’s because of maneuvers the individual made? Hmmm..

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D G
D G

#LetHerSpeak #BeBoldVoteGold #JorgensenCohen2020

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Alex Sunshine
Alex Sunshine

Jon Stewart should run for President

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John Howard
John Howard

Love this guy full of compassion and understanding why is this guy not president of America

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king sole
king sole

My man Joe never lets us forget to take our vitamin D.

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Ryan Coyte
Ryan Coyte

State Planning is essential to making societal more equitable.

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Ryan Coyte
Ryan Coyte

Dystopia 2030 is coming. Amerikkka elites do not care they are going to escape to there getaway. Look at Hollywood movies like Interstellar and elysium. They are conditioning us for that reality.

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James Brinkley
James Brinkley

Jon, intentionally and unintentionally, you hosting the Daily Show and after, you have changed a few things.

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Liam Campbell
Liam Campbell

I dont know why Stewart doesnt run for president. He clearly cares about the little guy, is very smart and has been involved in these charitable foundations for years that do nothing but help people. Can you imagine a president Stewart calling out both the democrats and republicans for their corruption and finally get rid it.

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Geoffrey Kelly
Geoffrey Kelly

great pod love both these guys but guys down here in reality in no way shape or form do good people outweigh bad. bad in a landslide. its about 80-20 bad and thats being generous

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Mary Barker
Mary Barker

I think The Daily Show did change things (with people), but that change is slow. It influenced viewers. We're here and still paying attention.

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DarnDirtyDog bob
DarnDirtyDog bob

Is Joe mentally dissonant? He acknowledges the problems, agrees with Jon but then supports Trump? Like Trump is gonna fix any of these issues? Idk what im missing. Was he being sarcastic before? Didnt seem like it. I like his show and the fringe voices he brings forward even if i dont agree with them but is it me or does he panders to the guests quite a bit?🤨

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Chris Bailey
Chris Bailey

Funny how Jon thinks thing got to politicized yet he’s is one of the direct causes of everything being politicized. That’s how he made his millions.

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James Stange
James Stange

I love John Stewart decades before I knew who. Joe Rogan even was and now I love Joe Rogan and I almost forgot who John Stewart was but I love that guy I love you both 🤠I’m Zen and not yet stoned🧠🦂

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Kevin Coles
Kevin Coles

Hey jon, does retirement make you smoke more umm substance?

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Manners
Manners

There are a lot less slaves involved in bringing meat to the table as opposed to vegetables for what that's worth. Coffee, chocolate, bananas and just about every other vegetable on the table was either picked by a slave in a foreign country(sweat shop worker best case) or by an undocumented worker in the USA that didn't earn a living wage. Sure an animal has to die to put meat on the table but I believe the workers are getting paid to kill them at least...

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Manners
Manners

Its fun to watch people that haven't done a real days work in decades discuss what its like for the working man... The truth is most people are lazy and have far more than they deserve.

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Ryan Vibert
Ryan Vibert

Jon: hey Joe Joe: there's people born without fuckin arms

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RD Huston
RD Huston

I agree that the free market arrangement results in compensation at the highest levels that are many, many, many times the compensation received by the average earners. It does occur to me though, that these two guys, who I like a lot by the way, are having this conversation "on top of Mount Olympus" as it were. Both of them are at close to the top of the income pyramid because they can entertain millions of people. I can't get millions of people to watch me work for a living...well not so far anyway. Nobody would pay them those amounts if what they did was not valuable. Executives on the other hand, sometimes are worth large compensation, sometimes not. There is equity in a graduated income tax, but I'm not sure the flattening out of the income curve to "fix" the "income inequality problem" is even possible without some kind of "income limit by statute" like outlawing incomes above 5x or 10x the national average, and that seems unworkable to me. I haven't run the numbers, but if you took all the income of the earners above the 5 or 10 times the national average and it was shifted to the lower earners I suspect it would make little difference to most earners. "You say you've got a real solution. Well, you know. We'd all like to see the plan" John Lennon

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Jason King
Jason King

I forgot that John Stewart carried america on his back through 9/11. I remember watching him more and more to get away from the insanity.

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Carolina Kent
Carolina Kent

They're all awful, now. They've become trolls, sellouts and shills. Jon Stewart's absence is surely felt and his presence is absolutely missed.

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surferdjnj
surferdjnj

Joe, complains about the country being in shambles, while also being the guy who won't tell half his listeners they're ignorant and the root cause of the issue. He's the best at being dumb and acting smart. Keep riding that fence JOE

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Noah Johnson
Noah Johnson

Holy shit he makes more sense than anyone

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drealmerz7 z
drealmerz7 z

Trump has been making strides for poorer communities

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drealmerz7 z
drealmerz7 z

aristocracy structures everything so that it is that way, Joe! unhealthy competition and the idea of false-scarcity keep everyone divided & conquered so they can continue to rule!

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drealmerz7 z
drealmerz7 z

not a pandemic but otherwise it's not a racial problem, it's strictly economic, the aristocracy uses race as a divide & conquer tactic

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drealmerz7 z
drealmerz7 z

learn more about confederacy, Jon, talk to Willie Nelson about it

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drealmerz7 z
drealmerz7 z

poverty is not a racial thing, geez, dude

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john chun
john chun

I disagree that the statues should be removed ,why not remove the plaque and put one saying this was the general of the confederate army who lost the war for Slavery ?make it an educational plaque,teach the world what systemic racism was all about and it's origins?

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john chun
john chun

This is so much more interesting to watch and listen to than the Obama interview i just watched.

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Guy Smiley
Guy Smiley

If you make peaceful revolution impossible, you make violent revolution inevitable. -Jon quoting Kennedy

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The Zach
The Zach

We always have the government we deserve. If you really want to change it, you must act.

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Mama's Little Man
Mama's Little Man

Btw, has anyone ever watched the News on WEED? lol

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Mama's Little Man
Mama's Little Man

I respect Jon Stewart reasons for leaving the show, and I love Tucker Carlson but agreed with Joe. I Miss Jon soooo much. His interview on Crossfire 2004 was amazing Thank you Jon for speaking the truth

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Christopher Powers
Christopher Powers

You have to understand. The world is controlled by satanic pedophiles who KILL and EAT children. That is why no one can get anything done!

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tiny dancer
tiny dancer

Let me engage once again. Bernie suspended his campaign. To suspend is not to quit. So people felt he was a sellout but nobody paid attention to his commercials where he was pushing his agenda. The tendency is always to blame someone, it's human nature. This primary is not legitimate. They have disregarded counting ballots, they have nominated Joe before counting ballots and Bernie did resume his campaign, but they ignored that. It has violated every rule in the book but flooded people's brains with "we must kill the monster" According to the Declaration of Independence, we, the people have the right to tell our leaders we are not happy with their ideas and freeze their activities until we decide on what they need to do to serve the people. It is of the utmost urgency to do it before anybody is declared a winner without even counting the votes.We are the people, not them, or they, or anybody. That means us. And you two are leaders because you have earned your places in our society, like it or not, to become successful celebrities. You are not alone, either. I have written to a lot of you lunkheads asking nicely for support. Now I am begging. You already laid out what step one should be. We need to lift the people out of being made the dregs of society that was not their fault. Since Congress is not fullfilling their needs at the moment, we have to override their duties and do it ourselves. We need to stop them NOW. That means telling them they are NOT doing their jobs and they should be put on suspension. And that means stopping the campaign and focusing on supplying the medical community with needed supplies and personnel to run efficiently as it used to. To cure the pandemic is the utmost concern at the moment. The military thinks they can override Trump's orders because they have diagnosed him as a loon. We are the sanity of the nation that have been silent too long. Secondly, the mid level workers have all been laid off and deemed unnecessary by the rulers, because they lower the profits. They are the implementors. That is what they function is. They know what steps need to be taken so that their bosses can do their jobs without being help back by the burden of paperwork or assigning tasks. And if you ask, who am I who thinks she knows it all? I can only tell you that 30 plus years as a full time asst. store planning manager and a mother running a household alone while working two jobs and being active in the schools and activist in the community, I have gained the skills that are missing in this operation. I don't wanna do this either. But so far no one else knows what to do.Making speeches and deliberating and planning to protest are not working. Congress are our employees and if they refuse to do their jobs, then they can all go home without pay.

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StargazersRising
StargazersRising

Humanoids crossed with 🐟 fish.

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Jessica Koock
Jessica Koock

Joe, the women's march started in US, spread internationally

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verillo14
verillo14

I miss him. He retired too soon

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Vinland Reserve
Vinland Reserve

Why doesn't Jon Stewart talk about the Jewish role in slavery? Like owning almost every slave ship and market in the US, or how about being 78.8% of slave owners? I don't think he understands the context of racial dynamics very well if he foists all the responsibility and shame at white people for their "evil attitude of oppression". This is why the left is losing the culture war.

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Mad Irish Mike
Mad Irish Mike

Smells like communism

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asi Asi
asi Asi

All the liberal hypocrites that's why you're running away from California, it's where your dreams come true, high taxes and a corrupt government, but you're strong in talking about the money you transfer to other places.The main thing you say let me pay more taxes once it's real you run away like a sick squirrel. Sometimes your dreams come true and then you see it as a nightmare.

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Sean Bennett
Sean Bennett

John Stewart is so smart.

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Von Ricks
Von Ricks

I don't think anyone will read this but a major problem with America is the food we eat (Most of this is informed from the book Food Fix... by Mark Hyman). Joe and Jon touch on that but they don't talk about what the government is doing and what it should do. While I don't expect the government to provide a physical trainer to everyone, right now, the government is playing an active role in hurting us. The FARM Bill is a bill that spends 960 Billion dollars (Over ten years) and unpropertionally, this money is used to fund shitty crops. Shitty crops are cereals, wheats, and corn which are used for fastfoods (ex- Corn syrup) and animal feeds. This is a major reason why Fast food is sooo cheap. In America, only 2% of farmable land is used for vegetables and fruits. The governemnt is doing nothing to help this and in fact they are hurting the environment, economy, and the health of our lives by promoting the growth of these shitty crops through government subsidies. This, coupled with many other problems such as the lack of any federal regulation on the use of chemicals, shady labor practices, food deserts where people literally can't access good, nutritious food and water (Soda is much cheaper than water in many parts of America) has caused a ton of bad stuff. America, for the past few decades, has seen a rapid increase in medical costs. This is caused by the rapid increase of weight gains and chronic diseases. 1/3 of American adults are overweight and another 1/3 are obese. Obesity literally increases the chances of getting cancer and instead of trying to solve this problem on its most fundamental levels, our politicians instead argue over healthcare or other nonsensical topics. Also, don't think the food and agriculture industries are innocent here, in fact they are pretty demonic. They have consistently lobbied (Basically bribing) for better laws favoring their agenda, they have very big influence over media, and they have skewed and even suppressed science (Again by donating money to universities to pin the rising obesity rates on "too much tv time" or "not enough exercise" and by stopping scientific knowledge like how tobacco companies lied about addictiveness, lung damage, and second hand smoking). This is a really crappy writing on a really complex issue but I hope you read the book I tagged earlier, thanks for reading all this.

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Jonathan Gunning
Jonathan Gunning

Jon Stewart, the closest ever near-miss to a genius...

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Josepj Jpqde
Josepj Jpqde

Its because change isnt about poltics, its about incentive mechanisms and whether they align or not

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Lamb
Lamb

1:00 man he was the only fresh perspective. Trevor Noah is more brainless extreme leftism the media pushes. Jon actually used his brain when he commentated what was going on in the world.

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R Sjr
R Sjr

FOLLOW UP on the facts of the George Floyd case "Joe"...NAMELY THE ACTUAL AUTOPSY not the bull shit independent ambulance chasing race baiting lawfirm paid for autopsy but the current AUTOPSY and you will see it wasn't murder at all. George Floyd the prisoner in custody for a felony overdosed on Fentanyl and would have died anyway. Hindsight being 20/20 to keep the country from burning what the Police should have done was let the EMS medical crew transported him to the hospital so he could have died there or in the ambulance instead. The problem was the optics of it all. Not the actual facts.

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Ray Ng
Ray Ng

Joe, you should interview Bill Gates to get into the guts of the pandemic.

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mariOahu
mariOahu

You all obviously don't know too much.

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Hal Wakka
Hal Wakka

Jon Stewart on Crossfire was one of my favorite moments on TV.

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Steve Smith
Steve Smith

I respect BOTH of you very very much, however, there is a possible solution to every single problem you've discussed here. Money. Lots of money. The govt can easily come up with lots of money if they want a war, or a Big Bank bailout, or if they want to hand out trillions to everone but those that are suffering and dying from Covid-19. But there is seldom money for the many problems you've listed here. Or is there? I'm no economist, but I have researched MMT (Modern Monetary Theory ) for 4-5 yrs, and you should too if you're serious about all of your concerns. Don't take my word for it, but money does actually come from thin air. Hell, we just handed out trilions and taxes weren't even being collected. Where did THAT come from. I'll tell you where. Congress writes a budget, the POTUS signs it into law, the US Treasure recieves this law and goes to its bank, The FED, to make the necessay authorized payments to whomever. The FED didn't go to a vault with wheelbarrows for this $, it simply used keystrokes on a computer, Like points on a sports scoreboard, this money is created as it is spent. PLEASE, learn MMT, decide for yourselves if it merits your support, and then if it does, use your precious platforms to spread this Macronecon truth. Taxes do not fund federal spending. I'll include an MMT beginners vid by Dr Stephanie Kelton to get you started. Invest an hour to enighten yourselves. https://www.sandersinstitute.com/blog/the-angry-birds-approach-to-understanding-deficits-in-the-modern-economy

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shadowstalker1515
shadowstalker1515

Can’t believe I missed this interview

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bernard simsic
bernard simsic

I loved the fact that conservatives got ulcers when this guy was still on the tube!

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J
J

The best were his debates with O'reilly

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imispgh
imispgh

The root cause is having political parties

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Klade Wilson
Klade Wilson

Grocery worker here. I’ve worked through the whole pandemic and I’ve made nothing but minimum wage.

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J M
J M

RIP Jon Stewart... We lost an Angel today

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S Boekhoff
S Boekhoff

John has some great points, however its not likely to happen any time soon. To be even more accurate, alot of the problems we have in America are from outdated systems run by ideological forces in their respective areas. Even more disturbing is when you see how much of the system is gamed by political families influencing law to profit for their families that are in elite positions in non governmental organizations.

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hairyscotman
hairyscotman

months later and we know that George Floyd died of an OVERDOSE of fentanyl in front of our eyes....swallowed bags of fentanyl so he would not be caught with it.....how did that work out....DEAD with 4x the LETHAL amount of fentanyl....

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Stacey Johnson
Stacey Johnson

I wish more people like Jon would be in government. I LOVE the idea of taxing war profiteers and allocate that to caring for veterans

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Michael Anthony
Michael Anthony

38:43 Jon "Let's take a big chunk of their nut" Stewart

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GojiBerry
GojiBerry

Socialism/communism will never work out the way you talk about it like it has the past 1000 years.

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GojiBerry
GojiBerry

@thefourshowflip Cheers to that!

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thefourshowflip
thefourshowflip

@GojiBerry I’d agree that capitalism works better when in obstructed by senseless regulation; the minimal amount of regulation to help prevent some of the harmful effects of unfettered capitalism (like monopolies which end up smothering the market), the better.

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GojiBerry
GojiBerry

@thefourshowflip well capatalism certainly can get out of hand so when you have people pushing to get rid of big government and more mandates and control while still adhering to a free market capatalism system it can really work out for everyone.

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thefourshowflip
thefourshowflip

@GojiBerry I’m curious which parts you didn’t disagree with; if you’d be kind enough to share it, I’d be glad to read it. I’m always open to constructive criticism. 🙂

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GojiBerry
GojiBerry

@thefourshowflip I agree with a good portion of that, I'll take what you wrote into consideration.

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David Mathes
David Mathes

I would trade President Rogan for President Trump ANY DAY OF THE WEEK, TWICE ON SUNDAY!!!!

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David Mathes
David Mathes

John Stewart is a one of a kind and definitely shaped my views as a younger man, and always seems to make sense to me, A true icon!

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J Moolah
J Moolah

Jon Stewart is a national treasure and a true American hero.

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Ryan Hatcher
Ryan Hatcher

I feel like John did not want to talk about fitness and kept trying to change the subject but Joe kept roping him in. love them both.

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undone780
undone780

He needs to let the guest speak more and not talk over them. Sometimes it seems like he talks more than the person he's interviewing.

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Bud Waller
Bud Waller

What I feel John Stewart missed here is that people watched his show for comedy but underneath his comedy we could see his true views and feeling and his views and feeling are felt by everyday american. His is what the people wish we had in a president. Reasonable.

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John Navin
John Navin

I love them both. It is impossible to reach a point where everyone begins at the same starting point. But we have to do everything we can to try and achieve it, while maintaining and attempting to identify inalienable rights. The beauty is in the journey and in every step closer to this goal. Total contradiction, but that’s life.

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Justin Brown
Justin Brown

Stewart made rogan look like such a dumb meathead

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MichaelOakes
MichaelOakes

I'd rather have my health insurance tied to my job than the government... just pretending government can spend unlimited money for an infinite amount of time is literally the stupidest thing the majority of people have come to instinctually accept.

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Gary Tsang
Gary Tsang

Against the crazy republicans. Direct, funny, nail it. Against the crazy liberals. Goes in circles, passive, 'I hope you get what I am saying here', 'the whole idea of this is', 'the fabric of society.' ... o.O

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N M
N M

It's not a choice between your life and your safety and the need of the money. Its the fact that those things are one and the same.

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Chris Ligon
Chris Ligon

Jon Stewart for potus

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Tone Art
Tone Art

J. S . for President!

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Tone Art
Tone Art

I miss this guy

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Sean Webb
Sean Webb

Suspend and extend sounds simple, but are you going to means test it? You'll help the Gap pay their rent and keep McDonalds in business.

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Sean Webb
Sean Webb

Joe has it all wrong. First he needs to parse essential workers and frontline workers. Frontline workers include doctors, epidemiologists, research scientists plus nurses and other hospital staff. Essential for society to operate will include public sanitation workers, farmers, food processors, truckers and those frontline workers but also more professional classes. If he is only going to include the labourers that might eventually be replaced by robots doing the dangerous work then you won't see foundational change. You'll see further automation and mechanization. He is quite right that vulnerable people still had to go to work and assume a great deal of risk without much in the way of protection, additional compensation or appreciation. However, there have been many service sector workers who aren't allowed to work because it poses a risk to them and a risk to the public. We can live without good haircuts and concession staff at movie theatres. But they aren't being given much support. We don't know how long they won't be able to work. There is very little financial support for them to retrain or wade this out. Now if you are in many professions or white collar work you are better able to work at home. Not only can you expect a good portion of your previous wages and benefits, but you have reduced your transportation costs, parking, clothing and more. There is a large segment concerned about the virus and the economy who are also happy about the changes in their work/life balance. Something like 30% want to continue to either work from home or have a mix between working from home and at the office. They very much like the changes. This means we have to ask what daycare, education and all of those service sector jobs look like after the virus is less of a threat. We probably won't have nearly as many office vending machines, coffee shops, diners and such. What do you do with all of that labour who are no longer needed?

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Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones

No we dont need to test more. 50 - 90% false positive. 99.6% min survival rate. Commercials are brainwashing. Covid is not that bad.

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ULTRATOONS
ULTRATOONS

Yoochan Shin Trump

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Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones

@Yoochan Shin CDC

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Yoochan Shin
Yoochan Shin

Source for those statistics?

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Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones

There was no covid crisis. There is a covid POLICY crisis

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Thomas Jones
Thomas Jones

Im so tired of Trevor Noah. Miss you Jon

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Mat G
Mat G

I'd rather Joe in there!

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Mat G
Mat G

I love how Joe says he wouldn't run for president because he's a moron when he's the most objectable unbiased persona in the media today. He willingly admits that but our politicians that are in office make the most bias statements and stupid decisions and don't admit it.

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Infoseeker dotmaduro
Infoseeker dotmaduro

Miyamoto Musashi: "Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world".

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J
J

If only our leaders thought that way. It's become the complete opposite nowadays.

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Infoseeker dotmaduro
Infoseeker dotmaduro

@Max Gordon True. We live in a different time.

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Max Gordon
Max Gordon

Never read a book more times than I did with The Book of Five Rings

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Marie
Marie

Can you have Dave Rubin on the show?

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Ari
Ari

I miss Jon Stewart so fucking much.

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MrMusashiMusashi
MrMusashiMusashi

Jon Stewart speaking some truth. Meanwhile Peter Schiff is spouting some nonsense about how capitalism is so great. I would love to see Jon Stewart humiliate Schiff like he did a while back on his show.

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K Killens
K Killens

10:36 “Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.” - Abraham Lincoln

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Morgan Fry
Morgan Fry

Everybody loves a soldier until he comes home and stops fighting.

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stiggy
stiggy

I found it slightly ironic that that UFC -- known for its members kicking each other in the head --- was raising money for soldiers with traumatic brain injury.

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stiggy
stiggy

This video has everything America lacks. A discussion.

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Daniel Walter
Daniel Walter

On this episode of 2 Woke White Dudes....

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DooDoo Brown
DooDoo Brown

"John Oliver is killing it and Trevor Noah is ... doingggg your show" Lol

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Vajrahaha Shunyata
Vajrahaha Shunyata

The difference was Jon’s knowledge about every subject. All the others do is insult and make ridiculous comparisons that have no merit. Stewart was more informed and had a better memory than the non comedy pundits. Oliver and Trevor can not hold a candle to him

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Matt
Matt

@Palm Trees and Rum Incorrect.

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Palm Trees and Rum
Palm Trees and Rum

Both are trash

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Eric Jay
Eric Jay

I noticed that too I was fucking dying

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22MJF
22MJF

Jon stewart for president!!

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Ducaso
Ducaso

Joe and Jon brought up a good point about our current times. The ship is turning in the waves, but no one is at the wheel.

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Jiro 808
Jiro 808

at 35 minutes in they talk about the moral hazzard theory with the mortgage crisis. funny how it applies today with other stuff thats happening.

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DaBoxing Scholar
DaBoxing Scholar

23:00 gold

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kiran hill
kiran hill

"Wouldn't you be willing to invest in a better world?" - um, you might have a little too much faith in government.

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kiran hill
kiran hill

@Olaf The Free Market is not a 'theory'. It is the lack of using force to stop other people from trading, or from using force to trade. The free market is choice. (whether or not freedom of choice is a good thing is another matter)

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kiran hill
kiran hill

@Olaf "unrestricted competition" aka you are not allowed to use force to prevent others from trading. (your are also not allowed to use force to make someone trade who doesn't want to) = yes that is the free market.

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Olaf
Olaf

@kiran hill free market is an economic system where prices are determined by unrestricted competition between privately owned businesses as defined by Oxford languages. We are obviously discussing different things. You're taking about freedom of vocation.

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Olaf
Olaf

@kiran hill Dude, i'm from a post-communist country and I'm taking a job from your country for poor wages because of the free market and globalization. Major goods have the same price as in your country so objectively I can survive in poverty while you enjoy affordable goods and services. Free market at work is a theory that doesn't pan out in real life. In the end money makes the rules and whoever has it owns you. Does it really matter if you're a slave to a government or a private investor?

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kiran hill
kiran hill

@Olaf No you don't. The absolute prerequisite of a market being a free market, is whether or not to engage in a trade is a choice.

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bellamoon
bellamoon

Joe...you're no Jon.

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bellamoon
bellamoon

Jon Stewart gave Americans a wake up call. He couldn't do it alone.

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Claudia Elkins
Claudia Elkins

Did anybody else just miss seeing John Stewart? It makes me feel better just seeing and hearing him. Lol

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