Like pretty fucking liberal across the board.
Around this time Rogan entered talks to host his own radio show, but they came to nothing due to his already busy schedule.
The filming schedule was a new experience for Rogan, who started to work 12-hour days.
At the show was talent manager Jeff Sussman, who liked Rogan's act and offered to become his manager.
Retrieved February 3, 2016 — via Highbeam Research.
He was also working on a book around this time that he tentatively titled Irresponsible Advice from a Man with No Credibility, based on his blog entries on his website.