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What comments has Ben Shapiro made that offend you? How would you argue against them?
I have written a lot about specific things Shapiro has said that are objectively offensive. Here is an obvious one:Tell that to the Arabs of Dubai.This is pretty offensive as well, slamming two of the most prominent African American political figures of the past 25 years:But my real problem with Shapiro is his general dishonesty about science and statistics. Ben is clearly a smart guy. So, it cannot be blamed on ignorance.I am a trial lawyer. I have to use science in a courtroom and I rely upon scientists to teach judges and jurors. In order to do so, I not only have to have a basic understanding of the underlying scientific principles, but I have to understand what is good science and what is crap. Ben cites lots of crap that any intelligent person would know is crap solely to make a point. In my profession, that trait is inexcusable and deeply offensive.For example, Ben burst on the scene after the Sandy Hook shootings, as an unlikely advocate for gun rights. On one of his first appearances, he says this:"The truth is this: Britain has a lot of gun laws on the books, they have five times our violent crime rate."Now that statement is just demonstrably false. Britain and the US track violent crime much differently. In Britain, the category is “crimes against persons” and it includes things like simple assault, sexual groping, and any low level crime against a person. In the US, violent crimes are FBI reportable crimes and they are limited to felony level crimes like forcible rape, aggravated assault (assault with a deadly weapon), homicide, robbery:"The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports defines a ‘violent crime’ as one of four specific offenses: murder and non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault." By contrast, "the British definition includes all ‘crimes against the person,’ including simple assaults, all robberies, and all ‘sexual offenses,’ as opposed to the FBI, which only counts aggravated assaults and ‘forcible rapes.’ "Once you know this, Bier wrote, "it becomes clear how misleading it is to compare rates of violent crime in the U.S. and the U.K. You’re simply comparing two different sets of crimes."According to James Alan Fox, a criminologist at Northeastern University. "Once you get away from clearly defined terms like homicides, all kinds of problems come in," Fox said. "You have to take comparisons not just with a grain of salt but with the entire shaker."So the easiest marker that Ben’s reference is BS is that homicide rates can’t be fudged, a body is a body. Britain’s homicide rate is much less than the US. Britain’s is 1.22 and the US is 5.35. In other words, the British are not beating people to death with cricket bats at the same rate that we are killing people with guns. Britain’s “crimes against persons” involves any random police report of an action against another individual from getting yelled at on the bus to threats. In the US, it includes very specific violent crimes. I can believe my old 8th grade classmate who drives truck may not know this distinction on a Facebook post, but I don’t believe that Shapiro doesn’t know he’s just lying.Social media post says U.K. has far higher violent crime rate than U.S. doesBen is a lawyer. You can make all kinds of arguments against gun control and in favor of Second Amendment rights, but the moment you start lying, and making false claims like Britain has five times more violent crime that the US, you offend me. I know it’s a lie. And Ben knows it’s a lie because he’s not a moron. And in my courtroom world, any fair judge would have a real problem with the attorney’s credibility. You are relying upon false evidence to make your point. For me, there is no greater sin.Ben also knows that all science is not equal. In the simplest terms, moving from least reliable to more reliable, you start off with observations, case studies, which are basically anecdotal. Next, you might look at a small survey or smaller observational study. Then, there is a legitimate double-blinded (DB), random controlled (RCT) study done under rigorous protocols. Now, we are getting somewhere, but it’s only one study. You want to see whether that study was peer reviewed and by who before it was published. Was the study repeated at other reputable research facilities and the results consistent? If so, you are starting to move up the scale. But it doesn’t really become a reliable scientific concept until you start to see multiple DB-RCT studies done with very large samples at multiple reputable research institutions. When you start to see meta-studies and review articles confirming the conclusions over multiple studies, you know it’s becoming more reliable. In other fields where you are seeking predictive information, you want to see reliable data and reliable modeling that produce consistent and repeatable outcomes. At that point, you might see consensus groups or blue ribbon professional panels start to look at the multiple studies, and if there is still controversy, try and work out the inconsistencies. You’ll see more meta- and large retrospective studies. Now, there might always be some level of uncertainty, but when you see reliable data being consistently refereed and evaluated by a broad consensus of specialists, you are approaching real science.By real science, I mean science adhering to the scientific method with measurable reliability and validity. Those are the factors reviewed before science can enter a courtroom. It is actually less restrictive than the traditional test which required that the principle be “generally accepted within the scientific community. “ That’s not to say that a small survey can’t be correct; and a broad consensus wrong. Science is not about absolute certainty, it’s about evidence. But what adhering to this process does say is that the odds of a broad consensus based upon multiple reliable studies are far more reliable than a single case study or survey; and that the type of scientific consensus that develops after multiple studies is the best evidence we have. And for the most part, despite the inherent uncertainty of any scientific undertaking, we have to make reasoned decisions on that type of rigorous scientific process. Ben flips this process on its head and focuses only on whether a concept supports his argument.Now surveys and opinion polling requires even more vigor because of the variables in the process. Nate Silver is probably the best at explaining valid opinion polls and junk. And Nate will always concede the uncertainty inherent in polling. He also recognizes the value of a well done poll or the aggregate of multiple good polls. Ben will cite junk if it serves his purpose. He will dismiss good data if it helps his argument.Ben Shapiro cherry picks surveys and science without any discrimination to prove his point. He doesn't care if it’s reliable. What he cares about, like the five times more violent crime in Britain argument, is its impact on the audience. If it makes his point, he argues it like it’s undeniable fact. If there is evidence that is inconsistent with his world view or position, he will argue that the science is biased, the study is unreliable, or the survey is junk. Or, he will point to a very unreliable think tank article or survey in opposition like it’s gospel. With Ben and Science (or any data), it’s “heads I win, tails you lose.”There is one concept that has currently run through a very rigorous scientific gauntlet, and that is the principle of man made global warming/climate change due to increased carbon emissions. It has been through thorough refereeing and scrutiny of data. There have been meta studies and retrospective reviews of the days. An overwhelming independent scientific consensus has been established, including evidence that the situation is dire, and that we are moving towards irreversible consequences if we do not slow global emissions. Here is Ben’s take:And Ben is clever enough that he does not come right out and deny climate change. Instead, like an Intelligent Design practitioner who wants to promulgate his faith as science, he tries to “teach the controversy” and cast doubt on the imminence of the threat. This allows him to pacify the fracking billionaires who pay his bills but not go so far out on a limb that reasonable people will view him as a flat earther.Simply put, you can’t claim that “facts don’t care about your feelings” and then try and participate in climate change denial. Here is another take on Ben’s disingenuous response. Ben Shapiro's Latest Savage Own Is...Ben ShapiroBen is the mid 1960s tobacco lobbyist that says, “my mom is 91 and smoked two packs a day all of her life, what’s this about lung cancer and smoking? What are we going to do about all the investment in the existing tobacco industry? Are you going to cancel all the TV shows paid for by the tobacco industry? It’s too soon to make massive societal changes just because there is some data saying some people get sick from smoking? Are you going to tell the tobacco worker’s son his Dad is out of a job just because the liberals on the American Lung Association did a few studies? Do you know the lung association’s donors are rich urban Democrats? Shouldn’t adults have the freedom to do what they want without bureaucrats imposing a nanny tax?” This is also putting to one side that Ben is currently peddling fake pills and supplements on his web site, so he is getting very close to Alex Jones territory.As an attorney, I am deeply offended at the breadth and level of his dishonesty. He shamelessly misuses statistics, data, and science. If he was in a courtroom, a judge would sanction him. He’s that bad. I have rarely watched one of his exchange where he doesn’t start hurling BS at 1000 miles per hour.