I've been doing a "company clean" in my son's room all day and so had some time to listen to videos online.
As you all know, I follow Candace Owens. She and Dave Rubin had a one hour chat and it started with his talking about classic liberalism and how that is what he is and he differentiates that from "the left". I thought about our earlier conversation where I mentioned this and thought I'd add the link. It is a good look at what we on the other side are thinking. Maybe might be a good idea to listen to the other side instead of making knee-jerk reactions that simply because a person disagree with you, you have to be racist, homophobic, hateful, etc.
I honestly think the left is shooting itself in the foot and painting themselves into a box (as Dave mentions).
Anyway, I'll link it even though I'm pretty sure many won't watch it. But it does give a pretty good description of classical liberal - JFK being a classical liberal.
The last sentence below is important. The "tolerant left" is no longer very tolerant.
Dave’s journey from a left leaning progressive to a free thinking classical liberal has been quite an adventure. As a gay married man living in America, Dave spent the majority of his adult life subscribing to a certain political belief system based primarily on his immutable characteristics. Fed up with the mainstream media narrative and click-bait news, Dave decided to open up about his awakening, for all to see. He came to realize that no person or idea should be expected to join a side, but rather they should embrace their status as an individual. He now feels that the modern left has lost its way by taking political correctness and groupthink to a dangerous level, distracting from the true American dream of the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.
Dave’s background as a stand up comedian, degree in political science, and willingness to listen without fighting has uniquely positioned him to tackle big ideas and uncomfortable truths with thought leaders from both sides of the aisle. His show The Rubin Report aims to create civil discourse with people we both agree and disagree with, and host a dialogue with others whose ideas are judged before being given the chance to be presented in an honest way.