The RJ Moeller Show: Ben Shapiro
First up this week on "The RJ Moeller Show" is a return visit by our friend and recent Piers Morgan agitator Benjamin Shapiro.
Ben is a nationally syndicated columnist, the editor-at-large of Breitbart.com, the co-host of KRLA 870's morning show in Los Angeles, a best-selling author, and all-around smart guy. His new book, "Bullies: How the Left's Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences Americans," was released last week, and so we chat with Ben about the book, the way that progressives try and force people away from considering free-market capitalism as a legitimate economic option, and the recent rhetorical skirmish he engaged in with CNN's Piers Morgan (which is worth your time to watch). Don't forget to follow Ben on Twitter at @benshapiro.
In the second half of this week's podcast, Caroline May of The Daily Caller returns for a "News You May Have Missed, But Probably Shouldn't Have" segment. We catch up with Ms. May on her picks for the Super Bowl, the looming baseball season, and a handful of interesting news stories—including the on-going "How many kids can we add to the welfare dole" saga our Agriculture Department is perpetually engaged in. Make sure to follow Caroline on Twitter at @C_MayDC.
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