Category Archives: Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe: This is enormous and we have to talk about it (Video)

FOX Business host Mike Rowe joined ‘America’s Newsroom’ to discuss the current state of the economy and the labor market as inflation continues to soar.

Chuck Really Wants Me to be Friends with Nick Searcy (Audio)

For half a dozen years Chuck has been trying to introduce Mike to Peabody Award winning actor, Nick Searcy who is best known for playing Chief Deputy U.S. Marshall Art Mullen on the FX series Justified, one of Mike’s favorite shows.  They discuss Nick’s career, why he made a movie about 1/6/21, and how he met President Bill Clinton at the White House.   

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Graphic Quotes: Mike Rowe on Work Ethic w/Video

“Work ethic is important because, unlike intelligence, athleticism, charisma, or any other natural attribute, it’s a choice.” – Mike Rowe

Mike Rowe Obliterates Scientology On His Podcast (Video)

Mike Rowe comes down hard on Scientology in a recent episode of “THE WAY I HEARD IT” podcast. His guest is his long-time friend Spanky Taylor. Spanky was featured in the HBO documentary “GOING CLEAR”.

Mike Rowe on Lockdowns, Safety Third, Dignity of Work and College Loans (Video)

Here’s John Stossel’s full interview with Mike Rowe. We discuss a range of topics from lockdowns to why college is often a waste of money.

Mike Rowe: COVID-19 has revealed college for what it REALLY is (Video)

‘You’re gonna be left with a breathtakingly overpriced product’

In this episode of “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin was joined by “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe to talk about the effects of the COVID-19 lockdowns and how they might permanently change many aspects of our lives.

Mike explained why he believes the pandemic has revealed college and higher education to be an overpriced luxury and said he hopes that this will cause us to rethink how we structure education in the US.

“I think when the dust settles, higher education is going to be revealed as the luxury brand that it truly is,” he told Dave. “And when you take away all of the stuff that has nothing to do with learning or connecting, you’re gonna be left with a breathtakingly overpriced product.”

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The Way I Heard It With Mike Rowe – Episode 189: Damnatio Memoriae (That’s Latin for Cancel Culture) – Audio

In what appears to be an ongoing quest to get himself cancelled, Mike weighs in on the statue controversy much to the alarm of his producer, Chuck. Their conversation then pivots to the  situation in San Francisco, where the school board has recently voted to remove the names of Washington and Lincoln from the facades of public schools – a truly bizarre decision that left Mike to wonder how in the world so many powerful people have managed to get their heads so far up their own asses.

We Are ALL Essential with Mike Rowe (Video)

Mike Rowe tells John Stossel that Covid rules had a huge unintended consequence: They crushed work, sapping meaning from many people’s lives.

An Unsolicited Commencement Speech Delivered at the Height of the Plague (Video)

I’m very flattered by the many invitations to speak a various virtual graduations this year, and very sorry to say I’m unable to accomodate everyone. I did however, want to say something generally to all those men and women graduating from a trade school, and, to those high school graduates, about to enter one. If you know someone in either category, (and even if you don’t) I’d be grateful if you’d share this.

Mike Rowe Responds to Trump’s Promise to Bring Manufacturing Back (Video)

Television host Mike Rowe told Tucker Carlson that the idea of bringing manufacturing jobs back to America, as President-elect Donald Trump has urged, is an integral part of our national identity.

Recently, Trump announced plans by Ford and Chrysler/Fiat to add thousands of positions in the United States.

Rowe said that living in a country that actually makes things is part of the American experience.

He explained the overarching hallmark of blue-collar work is “the value that comes from getting your hands on a thing and always knowing how you’re doing, because you’re part of a process.”


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