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A daring, funny, and brutally honest show that covers politics, entertainment, movies, sports, and pop culture.

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"The Young Turks" is not just an internet tv show, it is also a multi-channel network on YouTube that houses other shows such as: "The Point with Ana Kasparian", "The Jimmy Dore Show", "Pop Trigger", and "Think Tank" (formerly TYT University or TYTU). See more »

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This show is everything wrong with progressives
24 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

While this show used to be interesting and cover an array of topics that held my interest, it is now not even a shadow of its former self. It has become a very bias, extremist left wing, propaganda machine. Each episode spews the same narrative that all white people are racist and the west is to blame for all the world's problems. It has become a politically correct hate speech spewing machine that is dissected by smaller and far better other shows/channels. The narratives and biases are made clear each episode. The journalists are completely misinformed and leave out facts that go against their ideology. Also, Cenk is just a pompous, self righteous, obnoxious and loud bigot that can't keep his professionalism for even a moment during any type of debate. Stay clear of this show... It is an awful thing and thankfully the constant downvotes on their material support this conclusion by the rational public who come across it. There are much better, rational, and more honest channels to watch.


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