Jason Joseph Mattera (born September 8, 1983) is an American writer, conservative activist, radio host, and journalist. Originally from New York City, Mattera started in conservative political activism as a student at Roger Williams University. In 2010, Mattera released his first book Obama Zombies, which made the New York Times best-seller list. Mattera's second book Hollywood Hypocrites was published in 2012, and his third book, Crapitalism, was published in 2014. Mattera was editor of Human Events magazine from 2010–12, and from 2010–13 hosted a weekend talk show on New York City station 77 WABC.

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  • Jason Joseph Mattera (born September 8, 1983) is an American writer, conservative activist, radio host, and journalist. Originally from New York City, Mattera started in conservative political activism as a student at Roger Williams University. In 2010, Mattera released his first book Obama Zombies, which made the New York Times best-seller list. Mattera's second book Hollywood Hypocrites was published in 2012, and his third book, Crapitalism, was published in 2014. Mattera was editor of Human Events magazine from 2010–12, and from 2010–13 hosted a weekend talk show on New York City station 77 WABC. In 2015, Mattera became a correspondent for the syndicated TV series Crime Watch Daily. (en)
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  • Mattera speaking at the Pajamas TV Conservatism 2.0 conference at the 2009 Conservative Political Action Conference.
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  • Jason Joseph Mattera (born September 8, 1983) is an American writer, conservative activist, radio host, and journalist. Originally from New York City, Mattera started in conservative political activism as a student at Roger Williams University. In 2010, Mattera released his first book Obama Zombies, which made the New York Times best-seller list. Mattera's second book Hollywood Hypocrites was published in 2012, and his third book, Crapitalism, was published in 2014. Mattera was editor of Human Events magazine from 2010–12, and from 2010–13 hosted a weekend talk show on New York City station 77 WABC. (en)
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