Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and former Vice President Mike Pence discuss his current run for the 2024 presidency, the U.S. Government’s overreach in economic matters when it should be playing referee, the indoctrination and sexualization of our youngest citizens, the realistic way forward on the Russia Ukraine front, and how we might finally stabilize a nation wrought with cultural warfare.
Mike Pence, an American politician and native Hoosier, served as the 48th vice president of the United States from 2017 to 2021. He previously served as the 50th governor of Indiana from 2013 to 2017, and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 2001 to 2013. Before this he practiced private law, led the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, and hosted “The Mike Pence Show,” a syndicated talk radio show that also aired as a public affairs program on TV once a week. He only recently announced his candidacy for President of the United States, and is currently on the campaign trail.
(0:00) Coming up
(1:11) Why run now?
(4:11) A return to normalcy, Coolidge
(6:52) The question Democrats won’t answer
(11:21) Education, who controls the curriculum?
(14:09) The ability to choose
(18:30) Competition improves quality
(22:28) Hate speech and the incitement of violence
(23:17) Pence’s stance on the Russia Ukraine war
(29:46) A good emergency
(30:21) Repel the invasion, post war boundaries
(37:05) Is NATO a threat to Russia?
(42:34) The lack of international respect for the Biden Administration
(43:57) Joe Biden’s failure with the Afghanistan withdrawal
(47:23) Those who choose to look strong rather than being strong
(50:13) When Pence last spoke to Putin, “That can’t happen again”
(53:00) One hand outstretched, one on the holster
(54:25) Serving with Donald Trump, and why Pence is running against him
(1:00:19) What a “Conservative Agenda” means for America and the world