Leftists think regulation solves EVERYTHING and prevents all problems

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YoungRippa59
YoungRippa59
5 months ago

My previous video going through the facts of the blackout: https://youtu.be/bfLr1Lkp69c

Drive By Commenter
Drive By Commenter
5 months ago

Cognitive stubbornness. Something many of us struggle with in different ways. For them instead of considering all local and innovative solutions to a problem they seek the gavel.

Its also why I dislike their trending of the term "influencer". I sense the intent is to ascribe a culpability towards any content creators expressing themselves, thus so said artists, philosophers etc can be…….regulated.

Trevor Stockwell
Trevor Stockwell
5 months ago

Regulating will cause more problems

supersoberguy1
supersoberguy1
5 months ago

Young Guns. Good movie!

Charming Cthulhu
Charming Cthulhu
5 months ago

To be fair, I just repeat what you say lol

reading ethics of liberty rn tho

Reman Scimitar
Reman Scimitar
5 months ago

Twitter is a crap show is an understatement lol.
People demanding Abbott and Cruz to resign (which I honestly do understand to an extent), but they wanna place beto in governor position….

Jaela Ordo
Jaela Ordo
5 months ago

RIP Nate Dogg

Old School Lew
Old School Lew
5 months ago

Ya rippa my gas stove was cheaper and better cooking and the govt flipped it (the price of course)!

jahboombbg
jahboombbg
5 months ago

btw China,since 2010 has been the #1 investor in renewable green energy in the U.S……

James Hildebrand
James Hildebrand
5 months ago

Nuclear is nice, but I've been most impressed by combined cycle power plant efficiency.

Mad World
Mad World
5 months ago

Rippa scared me for a sec with that thumbnail. I was like what now? Don't tell me Warren G and Nate Dogg got cancelled? Lol. 😥

LochnessYoshi
LochnessYoshi
5 months ago

Of course they do! They’re anti freedom.

R
R
5 months ago

we need men like you in public office.

JANKBOMB
JANKBOMB
5 months ago

Leftists love to bend over and let the "leadership" do what they want to them. They only fight back when it involves opposing ideals.

bgtx
bgtx
5 months ago

Leftists just have to control every minutia. They can make good things happen after that. Like control what you’re saying on line. Say something against the party? Well no power for you.

Halo 3
Halo 3
5 months ago

>Free Markets doing well

>State intervenes in the market

>Implement regulations/programs and subsidies company.

>Company turns into a monopoly.

>SCREEEEEE WE NEED GOVERNMENT TO STOP MONOPOLIES!

>Fund the media to lie to people that it’s the free markets fault and people should vote for regulations and more government

>Repeat to greentext 2

1991redz28
1991redz28
5 months ago

lmfao the issue with blackouts in California is they dont have the money to update the infrastructure to be better able to handle the winds so they shut it down to prevent fires. people on the left seem to think that is better than infrastructure just not being prepared to deal with freakishly abnormal weather condition.

Dave Blackman
Dave Blackman
5 months ago

25 years ago
EFF THE MACHINE!!!

Today
WE WUV THE MACHINE AND IF YOURE AGAINST IT, U NEED TO VANISH!!

Jared Collins
Jared Collins
5 months ago

Great video per usual Rippa, although on an unrelated note I do wonder how deregulatory laws similar to the 1996 Telecommunications Act impact the crony capitalist companies which lobby on behalf of the state towards manipulating the market towards their benefit. Centralized monopolies via corporate favors seem to be incredibly commonplace in America.

New Deal Regulations previously mandated that Radio Stations could only own up to 40 radio stations at a time. During this era, there was increased variety on the airwaves. Plenty of niche hip-hop, punk, and alternative radio stations promoted and increased the variety of successful musical apps on the airwaves. Thankfully, the market corrected itself to some extent through internet advertising, but along with the music industry, a few companies have managed to monopolize a majority of the entertainment industry, consolidating a multitude of industries under the banner of 6 major media conglomerates.

Could there be some argument for certain market regulations to prevent extreme examples of corporate mergers? Let's say, as previously mentioned, a limit of 40 corporate entities being owned by each corporation? To limit the collusion between giant corporate conglomerates, allowing for those corporations to centralize various aspects of societies through lobbying, and to artificially increase competition between companies and their ideas?

The Silenced Opposition
The Silenced Opposition
5 months ago

Human nature cannot be perfected by legislation.

flatliner 556
flatliner 556
5 months ago

MOUNT UP!

GunBlade
GunBlade
5 months ago

Ooo looks like all the California ms moving to Texas brought the rolling blackouts with rhem

Studio Dragoon Gaming
Studio Dragoon Gaming
5 months ago

@YoungRippa59 I'm learning so much from your channel. Keep up the good work! 👊👍

Jake the Greatest
Jake the Greatest
5 months ago

May the best energy win….so you are saying nuclear 🤣

John Syzlack
John Syzlack
5 months ago

I knew this comment thread was going to make me smile.

P M
P M
5 months ago

People asking for more government authority and control over their lives is like Tina giving Ike some brass knuckles and telling him he needs to really take care of her.

Jason
Jason
5 months ago

Texas AND Florida got snow in 2015. I'm not sure how bad it was…I don't recall hearing anything about power issues then so it must not have been as bad. Not sure what happened in 2011. I just know 2015 cuz everyone was shocked that even Houston, TX got snowed in.

Volrag
Volrag
5 months ago

I'm not sure how they think regulations would have prevented these problems. Isn't a significant portion of this problem because nobody predicted such a cold winter in Texas? The wind turbines clearly weren't made for it, but that's not because they can't make wind turbines function in low temperatures, they have them in Antarctica. So isn't it more likely that the people who created the turbines simply didn't need to make them function in low temperatures?

Moreover, what specifically stopped them introducing the relevant regulations over the past 4 years? The fact nobody saw this coming? Well you can't regulate your way out of that. Every second spent discussing regulation as a solution for this is a second wasted, but never let it be said that politicians let themselves be bossed around by good ideas.

Krista
Krista
5 months ago

An amazing thing is telling leftists that slavery and Jim Crow laws were "just regulation" too and watch their brains melt.

Brando
Brando
5 months ago

16 in the clip and one in the hole, YoungRippa bout to make some Lefties heads explode, He droppin that knowledge it's a tad bit late, YoungRippa and his Subscribers had to regulate.

oxtails1
oxtails1
5 months ago

Well we know deregulation and let the free market determine don`t solve all problems either sir you need a balance. SMH

Wrong Thinker
Wrong Thinker
5 months ago

It's not about solving anything, it's about control.

Paullus Armstrong
Paullus Armstrong
5 months ago

We survived!

Laura Brooks
Laura Brooks
5 months ago

In Pennsylvania it is Exelon

Eldest Gruff
Eldest Gruff
5 months ago

Please. Can any journalist explain the logic in winterizing pipes in a desert biome? They will likely have to do it now, rates will go up and people will be upset that they are doing what they wanted. This was a weather anomaly. You can't blame natural disasters on anyone.

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