Ben Shapiro

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Ben Shapiro
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2018 Young Women's Leadership Summit, Dallas, Texas.
OccupationPoliticial commentator

Ben Shapiro is an Orthodox Jewish American conservative commentator who considers himself a libertarian. Shapiro is pro-life and supports capital punishment. Shapiro has criticised the media for being too left-wing. [1]

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Shapiro has interviewed Nikki Haley, Stephen Harper, Steven Crowder, David French, Jonah Goldberg and Dennis Prager. Ted Cruz is familiar with Shapiro and an admirer of his work. Shapiro was mentioned by name in a leaked Google e-mail about radical YouTube content which called Shapiro, Jordan Peterson and Dennis Prager Nazis.[source?]

The Economist published an interview with him calling him alt-right but then said that he was a critic of the alt-right, apologized, and described him as "radical conservative".[2] He writes for some newspapers and magazines including The Washington Post.[3] The Atlantic and The New York Times describe his political philosophy as either conservatism or extreme conservatism.[source?]

Shapiro has often said "Facts don't care about your feelings."[4]

Shapiro has written eleven books, including The Right Side of History[5] and How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps.[6]

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  1. Nguyen, Tina. ""Let Me Make You Famous": How Hollywood Invented Ben Shapiro". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2020-06-25.
  2. "Inside the mind of Ben Shapiro, a radical conservative" – via The Economist.
  3. "Ben Shapiro | Creators Syndicate". www.creators.com.
  4. See Ben Shapiro speak at Prager University.
  5. "The Right Side of History". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2021-03-20.
  6. "How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2021-03-20.

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