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When I was a kid, they used to run PSAs about not wasting water. This was confusing for a Midwestern boy who lives where it floods every spring. It was not until later in life that I figured out that there are places like Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Massive cities where there is no fresh water. Beyond the wisdom of living where the environment cannot support life without amazing feats of civil engineering, these PSAs exposed a problem with activism in general. The problems of life differ from place to place, so demanding that the country conform to one set of rules makes little sense.

Our Founders understood this. They knew that no set of laws could consistently be used to govern the diverse populations that we already had in the 18th century. For men to do the right thing the most often requires good men with the liberty to assess the situation and act in good faith. This is the purpose of our liberty. Not to do whatever we want without legal consequence. Instead, to have the ...

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Dave@DaveRubin
13 hours ago

Fine work by The Babylon Bee...

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Dave@DaveRubin
September 21, 2020

The Rubin Report is hiring! We are looking for an editor with experience in live video production.

We will not be hiring based on skin color, gender or sexuality. Sorry progressives.

I’d love to hire someone from the community. We’ve hired several of you for Locals!

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This is my nephew Ralph. He is two years old. When I think of all the havoc Critical Theory has wrought on our society, I picture Ryan, Austin, Tyler, Adney, Henry, Clarence, Dean, Harvey and little Ralph. All of my nephews are growing up in a two parent, Christian household. They ALL are a shade of blond hair and blue eyes. None are completely innocent; they all have a rebellious streak. BUT... in the eyes of the world now, they are a poison to society. A blemish. Born of privilege, and class. A rank above others. And they have to pay. They are why I try to fight for reason. Ralph is one of the sweetest two year olds ever. And I’m praying God will provide for him a country of opportunity.

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