Political Leadership:  Steven Crowder

By | February 4, 2021

[February 4, 2021] U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said that “Standing in the middle of the road is very dangerous; you get knocked down by the traffic from both sides.”  This quote says a lot about Steven Crowder, a staunch political conservative, commentator, Christian, and comedian.  Steven Crowder does not stand in the middle of the road.

I began my political leadership series six years ago when I wrote about Dinesh D’Sousa, a relatively unknown conservative who started making waves in political circles.  Since that time, I have reported on more well-known political conservatives such as Thomas Sowell, Charles Krauthammer, Victor Davis Hanson, and Sebastian Gorka.1  At 33 years of age, Crowder is more astute than most senior leaders twice his age.

“The message bombarding young adults from the leftist cultural elite is clear; you should think for yourself … by adopting my beliefs as your own.” – Steven Crowder

Like so many of my highlights of political conservatives, Steven Crowder is controversial.  I first saw him in action at one of his “Change My Mind” events.  I saw the first one from late 2017 where he had a huge sign that read, “There Are Only 2 Genders, Change My Mind.”  This is where he takes to the streets to have conversations with real people on hot-button issues.  This YouTube video (50:19 minutes) had over 39 million views and 315k comments.2

Raised as a child in Canada, he now resides in the U.S. and is an unabashed American Patriot.  He stands for classic conservatism, such as limited government, the first and second Amendments, traditional families, and success through hard work and staying out of trouble with the law.  He is opposed to freeloaders and believes that those who rely upon the government dole are harming themselves and their community.

Steven Crowder generates controversy by not shying away from hot topics.  For example, in April of 2020, he suggested that COVID-19 virus death tolls were inflated, accusing leftists at hospitals of labeling unrelated deaths as caused by the virus.3  Controversy is his stock and trade, using it to get out his message about the failure of Progressive ideology.

A few days ago, he restarted his radio show, Louder with Crowder, where he hosts a hard-hitting, roll-on-the-floor funny hour about political leftism.  Crowder is willing to go toe to toe with anyone on any subject.  That attitude is one thing I like about him; all guts, no cowards in his closet.


  1. You can search for yourself for this series or just click on the following link to see them all: https://www.theleadermaker.com/?s=political+leadership
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtftZPL-k7Y
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Crowder
Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I'm Doug and I provide at least one article every day on some leadership topic. I welcome comments and also guests who would like to write an article. Thanks for reading my blog.

24 thoughts on “Political Leadership:  Steven Crowder

  1. Don Snow

    I ran upon Steven Crowder, myself while looking for stand up comics. I’m a bit of a connoisseur of comics. I found him funny and very entertaining. Now, he translates that entertainment trait into his politics. The match is great. More politicians should study comics.

  2. Unicorn from Queens

    Steve Crowder is great ,,, funny!! 😃
    And he is a real patriot. I’m from Queens NY and he is my kind of guy!! 🇺🇸

  3. Lynn Pitts

    Great series on political leadership, Gen. Satterfield. You are doing a great service with this mini-series. Please continue it. I think that maybe you should consolidate these into one of your eBooks, or maybe make it one of the tabs you have for easier access by folks like us. Just a suggestion.

    1. Watson Bell

      I’ve been missing my daily dose of Gen. Satterfield but I’m back.

    2. Darryl Sitterly

      One of the best leadership blogs out there today. Too many are fearful of the PC police, but not Gen. Satterfield. He is willing to kick anybody in the nards who are whacko-brained, leftist, progressive, socialist nutjobs.

  4. Paul D. Sanders

    Hey, Steven Crowder is ‘controversial’????? Yeah, I should think so!!!! The man is a genius. Funny, smart, knows how to stick a stick and make you laugh. This is what makes him one of the most popular conservative radio show (YouTUbe???) hosts out there. Don’t believe me, just listen to one of his shows. The shows last just over an hour. Funny as hell.

    1. Jerome Smith

      Good comment, Paul. I just found him myself about two months ago and am hooked. He bills himself as Canadian but I think he was born in the US but raised in Canada. That is a good mix.

      1. JT Patterson

        “Our broader point is that we are pro-business but anti-fraud,” the website reads. “Facebook lured consumers and creators to spend money and provide data and views under the promise of not engaging in political, racial or religious bias in enforcing their policies, but they have done so both expressly and secretively, and hence, the suit.”

    1. Nick Lighthouse

      Yesterday, Gen. Satterfield wrote an article on how Big Tech’s decision to censor speech is anti-American values. Yet, I have found that the very folks who benefit from freedom of speech, like journalist, are the very folks who support censorship. “They are just doing it for the children.” Ha ha ha aha ha…. yeah, right!

  5. Greg Heyman

    Thanks, Gen. Satterfield for this political leadership series. I’ve enjoyed it and so has my uncle and father. All the best to you and your family on this new year and also to people like you’ve profiled in your leadership blog.

  6. Otto Z. Zuckermann

    Crowder, unfortunately, has some kind of heart condition. I hope and pray for the best for him and his family. I know that his wife is expecting their first child. Actually twins, as I understand. ❤

    1. Yusaf from Texas

      Yes, I heard the same from him on one of his Louder with Crowder shows that recently re-started. I like his shows. Constant entertainment. Funny is an understatement. He has a cast of characters with him on his shows. M-F at 2pm (Eastern). I highly recommend watching it on YouTube. You will not miss another one.

      1. Colleen Ramirez

        Right, if he doesn’t live in Texas, we will welcome him here.

      2. Willie Shrumburger

        Hey readers of Gen. S’s blog, stay tuned for some great roll-on-the-floor laughter. Just watch Steven Crowder on his recent shows that you can find on his site and on YouTube (and probably other locations as well). My wife and I just started watching his shows again (Crowder was off for about a month due to health issues and getting his lawsuit ready against Facebook). We all wish him well in his health and lawsuit. I hope that he is able to take down Facebook a few pegs. OThers should be doing the same.

      3. Bilkin L.

        Yusaf, actually his shoe is on at 10 AM eastern, not 2 PM. But you can always just go to YouTube and watch it later.

  7. Silly Man

    I heard somewhere that he plans on running for some political position. I hope so. He has more common sense in his little finger than any politician I know.

  8. Randy Goodman

    This Steven Crowder guy is great. Go to YouTube and search on his name. Many many videos of him debating liberals. Great fun to watch.

    1. Tom Bushmaster

      Thanks Randy for the recommendation. Yes, I have also watched many of his videos. If there is one thing that I can say, he is very entertaining … and … if you listen to him you will find him educational as well. What I also like is that he doesn’t take himself too seriously. Sometimes he does but I think that is because he is so young. The man will do well in his life.

    2. rjsmithers

      Foremost, Steven C. is funny and likable. Those are great traits to have as a leader.


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