Ben Shapiro (editor-in-chief for The Daily Wire, host of The Ben Shapiro Show) and Bridget discuss going viral for stupid reasons, how Republicans don’t fight on a cultural level and Democrats do, their impressions of Hamilton, why the book White Fragility is biggest load of horsesh*t in the history of the world, why you should never cross Beyoncé fans, and what led him to write his latest book How to Destroy America In Three Easy Steps. They cover who his pick for president would be if Trump wasn’t running, the dangers inherent in the fact that people think the status quo will never change, why being too secure in your career is a big mistake, Ben’s predictions for what will happen if Trump wins or loses, and his burgeoning career as rap artist B. Shap.

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  1. Patrick McClure Coolidge
    Patrick McClure

    Ben’s fun to listen to, but way full of himself. No doubt smarter than me, but still not as smart as he thinks he is. Thanks for a fun podcast.

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  2. Bryan McAllister Inactive
    Bryan McAllister

    Another enjoyable podcast from Bridgette Phetasy, and her team.  As she notes in her epilogue conversation with her producer, Maggie, Ben’s ability to talk fast allowed the conversation to cover a lot of ground in a short period of time.  I do look forward to the prospect of the follow-up book on how to repair America in ‘three easy steps’ – with the basic themes he suggested resonating, especially the idea of focusing on cleaning one’s own house as a key to strengthening society, and not waiting for Mother Government to validate and lead any such efforts of repair.  Thank you, again, Bridget and thank you, Ben.

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