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Topic - Ben Shapiro
Conservative activist Ben Shapiro is leading up an online charge of fellow political compadres to boycott the browser Firefox — an outraged response to the Mozilla chief's departure from his CEO role due to gay rights' protests.
Hollywood is determined to transform America. This is the central theme of Ben Shapiro's latest book. Mr. Shapiro is a nationally syndicated columnist and radio talk-show host. Unlike many on the right, he is a rare breed: a staunch social conservative who understands the importance of fighting - and winning - the culture war.
Many parents and their children have these two lines from a popular children's show tattooed in their brain: "Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?" What's the answer? Veer left, but occasionally shift right. "Sesame Street" has recently been a big trending topic, courtesy of syndicated columnist Ben Shapiro. His new book, "Primetime Propaganda," has blown the lid off of the Hollywood left's political agenda with our favorite TV shows. Through a series of surprisingly candid interviews, he's proven without a shadow of a doubt that many TV writers, producers and executives were more than eager to force their radical views down our throats.
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Mr. Shapiro has started a movement — complete with petition — to get as many Internet users as possible to "uninstall or cease using Mozilla," he wrote on his website, TruthRevolt.org, replacing his traditional news content with simply the call-to-arms, Raw Story reported.