Roaming Millennial Uncensored

Roaming Millennial Uncensored

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May 2, 2019 62 min
We interview Tim Pool & Bill Ottman about Twitter & Facebook censorship, PLUS Sports Illustrated features a woman in a burkini, Jacob Wohl allegedly gets caught attempting to falsify allegations, and "Game of Thrones" is mean to immigrants.
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After the release of Taylor Swift's latest track, "Me!", one can't help but notice a trend in how some women present themselves. Is this something new? Or is it part of an age-old evolutionary competition?
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One of the biggest decisions that a young person can make is whether or not to go to college. Today, more and more students are enrolling in higher education - and in many cases seeing somewhat of a diminishing return. With rising tuitions in mind, we have to ask: is college worth it?
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In our interview, Lauren Southern discusses her upcoming film "Borderless" and the human smuggling she discovered. Plus, Bernie Sanders advocates for prisoners voting, and why treating all races equally is, apparently, racist.
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On Easter Sunday a coordinated attack was carried out against Christians in Sri Lanka, killing over 300 people. While such devastating events normally inspire political displays of virtue to the targeted groups, left-wing politicians seem to be more guarded with their words this time.
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It's true that misinformation in the media has become a huge problem, one certainly worth addressing. But could Media Matters, a watchdog group that aims to "correct conservative misinformation in the U.S. media," be the most ironic example of left-wing fake news and smear tactics?
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We interview Ben Shapiro on his 2019 book "The Right Side of History," plus Avi Yemini tells us about exposing Jim Jefferies and his recent deportation from the U.S.
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Over the weekend, CBS released a now-deleted promotion for one of its shows, "The Good Fight," that appeared to advocate for the use of political violence. Is it okay to punch people with "unacceptable" political opinions? And is it okay for a huge multimedia network to support such actions?
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In this special episode, we explore the history of WikiLeaks and its enigmatic founder, Julian Assange. From criticisms of journalistic ethics to criminal charges, we try to answer whether Assange is the hero or villain people are making him out to be.
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We interview Tommy Robinson about how he exposed the BBC and was banned from Facebook. Plus, why the Left doesn't understand the clown, Pepe, or "It's OK to be white" memes, and what happened when Candace Owens testified before Congress.
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A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center found that white liberals believe that systemic racism is a bigger problem for minorities in America than even the minorities themselves do. These liberals are also the most supportive of legislation to correct these "inequalities." Could their worldview be skewed by their comfortable lives in their gated communities?
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This Saturday episode focuses on a rallying point for presidential hopefuls in the Democratic party: a massive increase in the federal minimum wage. Is this the perfect solution to end poverty, or are there flaws in this magic "Band-Aid"? Lauren gives her thoughts on it all.
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On Wednesday night's live show, Lauren talks about the resurfacing of "creepy" Joe Biden allegations, Richard Dawkins' bash against nationalism, and a teacher who was fired because her topless photo was leaked. And finally, she is joined by Blaire White!
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This time we're going to focus on a topic that's gaining momentum as we approach the 2020 election cycle: reparations. What are they all about? Are all the problems that minority groups face really caused by some sort of systemic oppression? And is inter-generational justice really a just practice?
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Jameela Jamil's tweets on harassment kicked off a conversation about predatory dating in the era of #MeToo. Whether it's catcalling or compliments, where's the line between flirtation and predatory behavior?
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We interview Gavin McInnes, discuss the update on the charges being dropped against Jussie Smollett, and look at why #SurvivingCardiB is trending.
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You've certainly heard of racism before, but have you heard of "colorism"? MTV Decoded's Franchesca Ramsey takes issue with what she sees as vestiges of white supremacy within minority communities. Is colorism real, and is it really a tool of white oppression? Lauren speaks her mind.
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March 23, 2019 17 min
In this Saturday episode, Lauren challenges the idea of diversity in media. Is it just a campaign to listen to diverse voices, or is it also synonymous with "fewer white people"?
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In this (mostly) live episode of Pseudo-Intellectual, Lauren discusses a recent copyright takedown on her content, the UK's dilemma with the LGBT and Muslim communities, and lastly the recent Daniel Caesar controversy.
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This episode of Pseudo-Intellectual picks up where the previous one on the Christchurch shooting left off. This time, Lauren focuses on what exactly political extremism is and how exactly it manifests itself on the web.
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