Dr Jordan B Peterson and Newt Gingrich discuss the state of conservative politics, why the young generation is drawn to it now more than ever, and how across demographics, big changes are in store following the midterm elections.
Speaker Newt Gingrich is Chairman of Gingrich 360, a multimedia production and consulting company based in Arlington, Virginia. As former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Gingrich is well known as the architect of the “Contract with America” that led the Republican Party to victory in 1994, creating the first conservative majority in the House in 40 years. He was a Republican candidate for President of the United States in 2012. Gingrich is a Fox News contributor, podcast host (Newt’s World), and syndicated columnist. He is the author of 41 books, including 18 fiction and nonfiction New York Times bestsellers. His latest books include Beyond Biden: Rebuilding the America We Love and Trump and the American Future: Solving the Great Problems of Our Time.
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(0:00) Coming Up
(4:25) The Contract with America
(10:26) Main emerging platforms
(15:00) The consequence of a balanced budget
(20:14) Why did the balanced budget vote fail?
(26:15) Managing a vision
(31:26) Splitting the party
(35:40) Donald Trump, changing mindsets
(45:40) Collusion on a new scale, big pictures
(50:00) Demographics push back on woke-ness
(55:35) Immigrants and Conservatism
(59:00) Sacred axioms, the new modern religion
(1:04:12) Boiling eggs by way of the freezer
(1:12:20) Cleverness has replaced wisdom
(1:14:40) The intellectual divide
(1:16:17) Prattling nonsense and living by whim
(1:24:58) Emerging visions
(1:28:46) Meaning is accrued through responsibility
(1:34:35) Rites of passage, emerging as an adult
(1:39:50) What we need to offer