A Conversation with Ben Shapiro

Sep 26, 2017

When he speaks at universities across the country, conservative pundit Ben Shapiro draws fierce opposition for his strongly held opinions. He despises identity politics, opposes the ideas of safe spaces and microaggressions, and rejects the concept of white male privilege. He relishes attacking liberals, but has himself been targeted by the alt-right. Shapiro is speaking at the University of Utah this week, and he joins us Tuesday to discuss his thinking on society and politics.

Ben Shapiro is the editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire, a conservative news and opinions web site. He's also a nationally syndicated columnist, the host of the podcast The Ben Shapiro Show, the former editor-at-large of Breitbart News, and the author of several books, including Bullies: How the Left's Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences Americans [Independent bookstores|Amazon|Audible].

On Wednesday, September 27, Shapiro is speaking at the University of Utah at 7 p.m. That event is sold out. DETAILS

KUER's Julia Ritchey reports on how Ben Shapiro’s lecture will test the University of Utah’s reputation as a place where diverse points of view are welcome: