Archive for February, 2013

Matt Lewis Show: Andrew Kaczynski

Andrew Kaczynski of BuzzFeed talks about his background as a Republican, his life and work as a BuzzFeed reporter, and his Twitter wars with Breitbart.com.

Matt Lewis Show: Frank Donatelli

GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli and I discuss whether campaign training could prevent the next Todd Akin.

Enter for a chance to win an eBook copy of ‘The Tyranny of Cliches’

I’m reading — and taking notes — on Jonah Goldberg’s excellent book, ‘The Tyranny of Cliches.’

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Matt Lewis Show: Amity Shlaes

Amity Shlaes talkes about her new book, “Coolidge.”

Matt Lewis Show: John Hanlon

John Hanlon, a movie reviewer for Rotten Tomatoes and Big Hollywood, previews the Oscars with us.

Matt Lewis Show: Ben Adler

Ben Adler, a New York-based journalist who writes about cities, discusses whether or not Republicans can win urban voters.

Matt Lewis Show: Jonathan V. Last

Jonathan V. Last on his new book, ‘What to Expect When No One’s Expecting.’

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I’m reading Orwell’s classic, “Animal Farm.” Here’s how you can read along — and see my notes!

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‘Morning Joe’: How will Rand Paul, Marco Rubio respond to the SOTU?

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Matt Lewis Show: Daniel Darling

Daniel Darling, a prominent pastor and author, joins us to talk about how today’s Evangelicals are different. We also discuss how Christians can be involved in politics, without being seduced into putting politics ahead of God.

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