Bret Stephens: Out of the Echo Chamber | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Bret Stephens: Out Of The Echo Chamber | Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)

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Bret Stephens: Out Of The Echo Chamber | Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)

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Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Bret Stephens joins Bill to discuss the growing divide between liberals and conservatives.

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18 thoughts on “Bret Stephens: Out of the Echo Chamber | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)”

  1. Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche

  2. not bread bags…..people know both dems and reps are bought and sold by big money. It’s that simple.  We are feed up with the issues to divide us.  Just get money out of politics so we KNOW our best interest is truly what matters.

  3. For us bread bags over the shoes were to keep the salt off of them so they didn’t stain. Lived on the bottom of a hill that was heavily salted and the front of our house always had salty puddles. The short walk to school and later the bus, kept our shoes from getting salty stains. My parents made me do it.

    Later in life when I was on public transportation and had to wait for trains or buses I wore them between my socks to keep my feet dry. and warm.

    In a rural area like Joni they wore them not because they didn’t have the money for shoes but to keep them clean. Dirt roads and all.

    Since she lived on a farm you can bet she ate well.

  4. I grew up on a farm in Ohio. There’s a lot of mud around feed bins, sheds, working with cattle–so you wear thigh high boots.  But going to Catholic school on the bus we DID wear Wonder bags over our good shoes—to protect them from mud on the dirt roads.  Take them off at school, by turning them inside out.  Then put them back on to go home.  With five kids we didn’t have six pairs of fashion boots.  We had muck boots on the farm then bread bags (Usually Wonder bread bags) over our patent leather shoes and white anklets.

  5. Would someone please tell Bill Maher what the bread bags were for!!!! You don’t wear them instead of shoes. You wear them over your shoes to keep them dry from rain or snow. It’s common practice in areas that get a lot of rain or snow especially when you are poor and your kids go through three sizes of shoes in a year. In dry states… No problem, it’s just 3 pairs of shoes. In wet or snow areas it would be an additional 3 pairs of rain/snow boots. Or…… You can wear bags over your shoes. Lol

    I’m sure that folks have already commented on this topic, but oh well….

  6. Trump knows that the wall will not work. It is only symbolic. A symbolic, daily reminder to Mexico, that we reject you.

  7. I think the arrogant class hatred of the dems (you don’t have any left in USA) is far deeper then the so-called racist bias of the republicans. And yes, bread bags used to exist. And the equip of Mr Maher still didn’t make a research on the Podesta’s e-mails or they are of very bad faith.

  8. There’s a difference between ‘class hatred’ and not wanting to gut social programs to give rich people more riches.

  9. That wall is a symbol of America’s power and might. A wall makes America seem like it’s an invitation only party, because of how great it is.

  10. Too many people are getting lumped into the term “liberal” here. If Bill isn’t a liberal, then what is he? We need a new term for extreme liberals who are overly sensitive. Because I am, and most of my friends are liberals, but we are also sick of the over-sensitivity of the “politically correct”, etc. Maybe we need more than two parties—or no parties at all and we just vote for the PERSON who represents us best.

  11. I like Bill, but he has trouble when it comes to accepting, or even considering, new or opposing viewpoints. He complains about people who won’t leave their bubble, but he is stuck in one of his own, it seems. That’s his weakest trait in my opinion.

  12. Stephens had good words here. The condescension of the left did play a role in Trump’s political success, but at the same time, this did not make it justifiable to vote for any anti-left candidate. We can criticize liberal condescension while still acknowledging that Trump was an unqualified candidate and that many of his voters were indeed uninformed. It’s just that one has to focus on logical argument over automatic accusations of racism and sexism.

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