Ben Shapiro is the largest conservative podcast and radio show in the nation. He is the author of eight nonfiction books, including the #1 New York Times best-seller, The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great.
Dubbed as “a foe of extraordinary polemical agility” by The Washington Post, Shapiro became a nationally syndicated columnist at age 17 and is one of the most requested speakers on college campuses across the country—despite facing violent opposition by protestors. He graduated UCLA with a bachelor in political science and then Harvard Law School in 2007, before marrying his wife in 2008. The two have been blessed with four children, including the youngest Shapiro born in 2023.
Our discussion with him today is quite distinct from his usual engagements. Here, we’re not delving into the realm of politics, but rather, we’re exploring a different dimension of thought – the courage to be disliked. Ben’s commitment to pursuing truth and his influence in contemporary politics have made him a prominent voice in the public arena.
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