1. Really horrible interview (re: the interviewer)
I understand the interviewer's attitude towards getting to the truth: that one has to bite their teeth into what they think is right. It doesn't exclude trying to see what the other person has to say. She was arguing from her perspective, which is fairup to a certain point — and she stepped right over it when she continued to question Peterson about "But don't you think women being mistreated is wrong?".
Journalism needs people who, like her, could stand her ground. Journalism also needs people who, unlike her, are willing to see what others have to say on the matter.