avid Frum, staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of Trumpocalypse: Restoring American Democracy, talks with Matt about Republican retirements, the importance of patience in politics, whether Trump was the "inevitable conclusion" of the GO
Katie Herzog, co-host of the 'Blocked and Reported' podcast, talks with Matt Lewis about AOC's dress, why lesbians keep disappearing, her take on 9-11, Nicki Minaj's tweet, all the fake 'Dear Prudence' letters, and more!
David French, senior editor at the Dispatch and co-host of the Advisory Opinions podcast, joins Matt to discuss the Texas abortion law and his recent email newsletter on The Descent of the Partisan Mind.
Daniel Darling was fired from his National Religious Broadcasters job over his pro-vaccination stance. But instead of getting mad or seeking fame and publicity, he used the opportunity to model a Christian witness.
Mike Pregent is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute and a former intelligence officer with over 28 years experience working security, terrorism, counter-insurgency, and policy issues in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southwest Asia. During
Bill Kristol is director of Defending Democracy Together, editor at large of, The Bulwark, and host of Conversations with Bill Kristol. During this podcast, he talks with Matt about Joe Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal. Follow Bill on
Bruce Mehlman is back to share his latest analysis of macro trends. This one, titled “Failures’ Fallout,” assesses the longer-term fallout from historically challenging times. Follow Bruce on Twitter and download his latest infographic here. *
Will Rahn, senior editor of Yahoo News, talks with Matt about the right’s infatuation with with Viktor Orbán, whether Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has “what it takes” to be president, and why Donald Trump was “a friendless millionaire.” *** If you
Kristy Perano, a leading advocate for Afghan interpreters, talks about how we are running out of time to save thousands of Afghans who risked their lives to help American forces. Follow Kristy Perano on Twitter *** If you like this podcast, ple
Casey Mattox is vice president for legal and judicial strategy for Americans for Prosperity and Americans for Prosperity Foundation. During this conversation, he and Matt talk about how qualified immunity isn't just for police.
Charles C. Camosy is associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University. His latest book is called Losing Our Dignity: How Secularized Medicine is Undermining Fundamental Human Equality.
Michael R. Strain, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), talks about Bezos and the space-flight billionaires. Follow Michael Strain on Twitter and get his book, The American Dream Is Not Dead. *** If you like this podcast,
Will Saletan, National Correspondent for Slate, talks about COVID-19, Kevin McCarthy's January 6 commission appointments, Joe Biden's comments criticism of Communism, whether Chris Christie has a shot at the 2024 GOP nomination, and more!
As Executive Vice President, Chief Policy Officer and Head of Strategic Advocacy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Neil Bradley is responsible for the organization’s overall advocacy efforts. In addition to managing policy development for the Ch
Stephen Kent is the author of the forthcoming book, How The Force Can Fix The World. He also hosts Right Now, a conservative & libertarian YouTube show on the Rightly network. During this conversation, Stephen and Matt discuss how to be a relev
Josh Kraushaar is National Journal Daily‘s Senior National Political Columnist, and pens the weekly “Against the Grain” column. On today’s podcast, he discusses why Joe Biden needs a “Malarky moment.” Sign up to receive Josh’s columns emailed t
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