Steven Crowder

American-Canadian comedian

Steven Blake Crowder (born July 7, 1987) is an American-Canadian political commentator and host of Louder with Crowder on his YouTube channel. Earlier in his career, he worked for Fox News.

Crowder in 2013




  • You see, See, Jesus to liberals is like the squat-rack to metrosexual gymrats; they avoid it like the plague. They hate it, because it’s a lot of work. Whether you see Jesus as nothing more than a mythical figure or not, there’s no doubt that living your life in a Christ-like manner is a lot harder than the hedonistic lifestyle reflected in Hollywood.
    Preaching Christian salvation is to preach moral absolutes. Hollywood no likey.
    It seems that the snobs at The New York Times would rather see more teens go ahead and off themselves than find salvation through the Christian faith (imaginary or not).
    I’ll be the first to admit that "To Save a Life" can border on corny at times, and there are some elements that could definitely use a little tweaking, but one thing’s for sure: this film has touched the lives of a lot of people, and if the folks at The New York Times had their way, there would be many more depressed, unreached teenagers out there dying today.
  • Sex. Some of us do it, most of us like it and we all think about it…. A lot. I know I do (though I was told that it’s normal). Gettin’ busy really isn’t the taboo subject that it once was.
    Funnily enough, today there is one area of sex that when discussed, still makes people’s posteriors pucker with discomfort… abstinence.
    The idea of abstinence has become somewhat of a punchline in this country. From the myth of unrealistic “abstinence only” education, to the media’s constant portrayal (and mockery) of young, nerdy, out of touch Christians riddled with chastity pendants, the message on abstinence being pumped through pop-culture is clear; If you’re abstinent it’s either because A) you’re ugly or B) you’re a loser. In my case, it was often both.
    Maybe it’s just the lack of fun-factor, or maybe it started with harlotry being misused as a fulcrum for women’s liberation, but if you so much as suggest to someone that abstinence might be beneficial, you’ll often find yourself vilified as a judgmental jackass faster than Bill Maher can throw up his dainty hands.
    Sure, Michelle Obama can run around the country and condemn little fatties for inhaling Little Debbies, but if you try and apply that same helpful, healthful concept to sex, it’s seen as pushy and/or prudish.
    Listen, one doesn’t need to be religious (nor a rocket scientist) to see the value of abstinence. Let’s disregard the immediately eliminated risk of increasingly popular STD’ and STI’s. Heck, let’s even discount the statistical data showing that sexual exclusivity seems overwhelmingly conducive to a successful marriage .Abstinence also provides an incomparable bond of trust in a relationship.
    Yes, I admit it, I’m in a long-term relationship and I’m abstinent. Scandalous, I know. It’s an incredibly difficult thing to do (mostly for me, because she’s way out of my league), and that’s what makes it so important.
    Constantly we hear cries of women aimed at their supposedly overly jealous boyfriends, “What’s the matter? Don’t you trust me?” No, he doesn’t. You slept with him on the first date and there is no reason for him to think that you wouldn’t do the same when a better offer comes along.
    Then again, what do I know? I’m just a young, sexless, STD-free-moron in love. You should try it sometime...though I’m not here to judge.


  • If I were to have told you five years ago that somewhere in the near future, we would see a candidate whisked into office not based on any previous political accomplishments, not for any stellar track record with the American public, but by the sheer magnitude of his celebrity... Wait, did I just describe the Barack Obama circa ’08 or did I just describe Donald Trump?
  • Mr. Trump genuinely has nothing to lose. He doesn’t need the money, he doesn’t need the power and he certainly doesn’t need the fame. It seems that Donald Trump genuinely thinks the country is “going to hell” and simply doesn’t want to wait on the sidelines as it happens. Can he win? Who knows. One thing’s for sure; if Barack Obama makes this into another election that places personality over substance, celebrity over accomplishments, I can see only one outcome... Mr. President, you’re fired.


  • You can be a namby-pamby leftie, a gun-toting neo-con or a soft, indecisive moderate. I really don’t care. Just don’t lie to me.

•As an aside, I’ve never once claimed to be “offended.” Then again, I’m a grown man.

•Like all great character assassination attempts, implication is much more effective than accusation.

•Listen, I’m not somebody who really cares about polarization, political correctness or even what context can be fit into proper 40-character formatting. People can hold any opinion that they want on any subject that they choose. Just don’t proactively lie to people. It’s a simple request really, and one that we don’t hear nearly enough.
It’s for that same reason that I’d rather engage the president over his current policy failures than crazy conspiracy theories. By that same token, I would expect many of the HuffPo readers to hate me for plenty of things that I’ve actually said in the past as opposed to those made up by weak, lefty, online-commentating wieners.
Go ahead and take your foot off the “civility” gas pedal for all I care. We should all be replacing it with “honesty.”

  • As anyone who’s read my abstinence column here at Fox News Opinion could guess, my wedding is something that I’ve looked forward to for quite some time. After having tied the knot at the end of August, I can now say beyond all shadow of a doubt, that it was everything I’d hoped and prayed that it would be since childhood. (I’d also prayed to be bitten by a radioactive spider and develop sticky hands, but… I was an idiot.)
  • Let me preface this column by saying this: my wife (I have to get used to saying that) and I not only waited sexually in every way (no, we didn’t pull the Bill Clinton and technically avoid “sex” sex,) but we didn’t shack up as live-ins and most importantly, we courted each other in a way that was consistent with our publicly professed values.
  • Feeling judged? I couldn’t care less. You know why? Because my wife and I were judged all throughout our relationship. People laughed, scoffed and poked fun at the young, celibate, naive Christian couple.

  • I think it’s important to write this column not to gloat (though I’ll be glad to), but to speak up for all of the young couples that have also done things the right way. When people do marriage right, they don’t complain so much, and so their voices are silenced by the rabble of promiscuous charlatans, peddling their pathetic world view as “progressive.”
  • Our wedding was truly a once in a lifetime event. It was a God’s-honest celebration of two completely separate lives now becoming one. Physically, emotionally, financially and spiritually, everything that made us who we were individually was becoming what bonded us together. Our family traveled from far and wide to celebrate the decision of two young people to truly commit themselves to each other, and selflessly give themselves to one another in a way that they never had before that very night.

  • Do yours the right way. If you’re young and wondering whether you should wait, whether you should just give in, become a live-in harlot/mimbo and do it the world’s way. If you’re wondering whether all of the mocking, the ridicule, the incredible difficulty of saving yourself for your spouse is worth it, let me tell you without a doubt that it is. Your wedding can be the most memorable day and night of your life… or just another party.
  • Oops. Did I just make a “judgment?” You’re darn right I did.


  • Everybody has an angle.

  • The only time I say no to an interview is when someone says they don’t have an angle. I know right away that that’s not honest....That’s why I don’t have a problem with Rachel Maddow or Keith Olbermann, because they are very straightforward about their points of view, unlike someone like Anderson Cooper or Wolf ‘Lowest Score on Celebrity Jeopardy Ever’ Blitzer, who try to act like as if they’re just delivering the news, because they’re not.”
  • My dad sat me down, gave me my first paycheck and explained what would be taken out for taxes. “The top tax rate in Quebec was something like 51 percent and I remember thinking, ‘Oh no, that’s my money!’”

  • After high school I wiped the dust off my shoes and thought, ‘I’m never going to let that happen to me again. I’m never going to be afraid again.

  • If you told me, at 20-years-old, that at 21 I’d be the youngest contributor signed to Fox News I wouldn’t have believed you.

  • I’m a young conservative Christian who’s pretty edgy but never dirty.—conservative-pundit


  • Democratic Socialism. It's not the same as Socialism Socialism, because its democratic. Right? Or something. Right? People buy that right? People are buying that now apparently.

  • Just because we toss something to a vote, doesn't change what that something is.Nor does it alter whether that something is inherently good or bad.

  • Robert Mugabe or Bobby Mugabe if you prefer was democratically elected by a loving majority in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe, how's that working out?

  • Denmark. OK, here's the time when you point to an entirely homogeneous population 1/60th the size of America's and you point to that as the blueprint.

  • So Sweden. Good place not bad people. But a successful model for a viable economy in today's global market. Incorrect!

  • The fact is that over time the greatest enemy of Socialism is reality.The reality that human nature will invariably pull certain people toward individualism and success and others toward laziness and collectivism.

  • The tension between the makers and the takers always, always, leads to Socialism's inevitable collapse.

  • But I know that I can give you examples of failed Socialist economies until I'm blue in the face and you won't care. Because of course Socialism is inherently more moral, more altruistic than the evil, greedy, capitalist warmongering seen in the West.

  • Greed. What's more greedy than wanting to take something from someone else that you haven't earned.

  • Unlike capitalism free enterprise which can only occur truly through voluntary transaction, Socialism can only occur at gunpoint. That's what it comes down to.

  • Now as long as the people having their stuff taken away from them are in the minority and the majority feels that they get to benefit from more said taken stuff, you'll always be able to win that decision through a popular vote and claim the moral high ground through democracy.
  • Putting the word democratic in front of your Socialism doesn't make it any inherently more moral nor less violent.

  • Do you have any idea sir how pathetic it must be to be you?

  • These opinions that you’re yelling out, they’re not even your opinions, they’re your opinions from your gender studies professor and the real reason you pick it is you thought it was your best chance at getting laid. Only to realize that your very glance in the direction of a woman causes a barren womb.

  • At least they thought they were fighting the system, they were trying to create transparency, they really thought they were for free speech. You people are openly and completely against it – you’re not fighting for free speech, you’re not fighting for rights, you’re fighting for the right to be a pussy and to not hear opinions that you don’t like!

  • If you only take one piece of advice from this OK, please sincerely – don’t be an asshole your whole life.

  • They’ve finally done it. As they’ve done with PragerU (read Fascism? YouTube Marks 21 PragerU Videos as ‘Restricted’), YouTube has now set my youtube channel in “Restricted” mode. What does that mean? One, it’s clear that our message and work is making an impact. But two, it means our impact will have a tougher time reaching a wider audience. Which is exactly the point.

  • I guess it would make sense if my channel were a strong “R”. But since “Louder With Crowder” is syndicated, we even follow FCC guidelines. The content isn’t even a PG-13! Guess what, though? The Young Turks Channel, which is filled with profanity and “hate”? They’re not restricted.

  • Yes that’s right. A channel with nearly 100 MILLION VIEWS and HALF A MILLION SUBSCRIBERS doesn’t even show up in the YouTube search. Annnnnd to make matters even worse, Google has recently suspended from being promoted through their native advertising service. Why? They claimed that our email sign-up pop-up (which is standard at nearly all news sites, also we don’t use ANY pop-up advertisements) was problematic along with “Gun-related imagery”.

  • Our videos follow FCC guidelines. So if you think this is about anything other than being conservative and punished for it, think again.

  • Welcome to 2016, where opposing viewpoints which illustrate the hypocrisy, hatred, and damage caused by the left, are not argued, they’re silenced.
  • See, in the 6th grade I auditioned for the school play. I was slated to play none other than… Willy Wonka. Even as a child, I was immediately anxious, thinking that my lowly performance would be measured against Wilder’s. Knowing that I could never stack up.

  • Even at 11, I had more foresight than Johnny Depp. I watched the movie on a continuous loop, studying Gene’s every mannerism, taking notes.

  • At our first rehearsal, I remember our director telling me “You know, Steven… You don’t have to do a Gene Wilder impression.” I asked “Why not?!” To this day, the answer to that question is simple: because nobody could do it better.

  • Also, I’m certainly not Trump’s number 1 fan, but even I can see that his plan isn’t just about the wall. It’s about tightening all border security. But also the wall. Because it’s a hell of a lot harder to scale a giant wall or fence than just walking across nothingness. Just ask Israel or Hungary. Sure, it doesn’t solve all the problems, but a giant blockade is a step in the right direction.

  • Protip: any time someone uses the word “xenophobia”, you’re in for a hefty dose of dumbassery.

  • What is the logic in continuing to waste resources on illegal immigrants when we can verifiably trace the genesis and stop them at the source, or in this case, the border?
  • People like John Oliver don’t understand the real issue here. If he did, his segment would be on why (or why not) countries need borders. He could have dissected the idea itself. That would have at least been respectable. But no, instead, John attacked Trump’s character as well as the character of anyone who supports him. All the while using cherry-picked data and cheap assertions to make his “analysis”. At the end of the day, he made a misleading and manipulative argument while touting the left’s favorite banner of moral superiority.

  • But what would I know? I’m just a racist. A racist with an immigrant mom. But she came here legally. So I guess she’s racist too.

  • Yes, I am a pro-life, Christian Conservative and an absurdly imperfect hypocrite. So goes the journey of life. Back to wiener jokes.



“I don’t think he hates Jewish people, I think he’s been wronged and I think that he’s aiming sometimes a Howitzer. He’s being imprecise. But he’s not wrong about everything. Look is there a conversation to be had about secular humanists with Jewish last names in Hollywood exploiting people in positions of, you know, the performance arts? Talent? Yeah.Yeah. And by the way, that happens in the conservative movement too, behind the scenes. People sign contracts where they don’t know what they’re signing? Yeah, it’s true. Is there a disproportionate number of people with Jewish last names in higher banking? That’s an argument that can be made.”

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