One of the worst things Jordan Peterson has done is join that group. He’s almost unlistenable now with all of the religous lunacy he’s spouting.
National Right to Work Foundation?
The Daily Wire.
Have you actually read news on that site or just listening to CNN? It is not fanatical, but it is not without bias, and readily admits that.
We’re opinionated, we’re noisy, and we’re having a good time.
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I have. I watch some of it and have read articles on it. It is…fine, but not great, IMHO. I see it as an opportunity lost. I love JP, but he sounds like a lunatic in some of it. That wasn’t true 6 months ago and prior.
Really? Apparently I must have missed some of his videos, then. Maybe it was the one from years ago when spoke in favor of gun control - he has recently changed his view on that.
He talks about so many things. Of late, he’s been lacing everything with a religious flavor. I’m not offended, but it makes it less palatable for me. I rather enjoyed listening to him helping people to be better and more useful creatures, disproving all of the gender nonsense distracting us, politicial insight to his country, our country, and others. There’s a lot of important stuff to hear, but I feel like it is going in a direction I just don’t care for. He puts out hours of material with regularity. Super bright guy, whether folks agree with him or not.
A few currently in my queue.
Those 3 are 4 hours…
I wouldn’t go that far, but he is expressing his opinions. You are not required to listen, and find other material more suited to your viewpoint, style, whatever. However, his mild expressions of faith do not make him a fanatic. Neither is he seeking convert anyone. Tolerance, a supposed Christian value, is a value we should all have - it makes life so much better, even if only for oneself.