Jimmy Dore is alright, he makes many good points on economics or domestic economic policy.
When it concerns things like sex, race, culture,marriage, heritage, family, and nationalism like Tucker I’m very traditionally conservative, however, when it concerns market economics like Jimmy Dore I am an economic socialist. This is why both people appeal to me at the same time.
I describe myself as a socially conservative market economic socialist.
I don’t oppose modern socialists on the subject of economy because like them I agree things are unjust and there is a lot of room for economic reform or redistributing economic justice, the reason I can never truly align myself with modern day conventional socialists however is because I also oppose cultural Marxism along with globalism.
This is why neither political party within the United States has really much appealed to me, I am stuck between a rock and a hard place politically.
I hate the cultural Marxism of the democratic party and I equally despise the unregulated
oligarchic crony capitalism of the republican party. For me both political parties are equally damning or destructive.
I am both a nationalist and a socialist hence why I refer to myself as a national socialist.