Archive for October, 2014

Matt Lewis Show: 90th Anniversary of Cal Coolidge’s Election

Author and historian David Pietrusza on the 90th anniversary of Calvin Coolidge’s presidential election.

Matt Lewis Show: Can Republicans Take The Senate?

RollCall’s Alexis Levinson and National Journal’s Josh Kraushaar both expect Republicans to easily win the Senate next Tuesday.

(*** UPDATE: During the discussion, Matt inadvertently counted KS and KY retention as GOP pickups, thus the most optimistic prediction should have been for gaining nine seats — not eleven. Apologies for the error.)

Matt Lewis Show: Killing Lions

John and Sam Eldredge on ‘Killing Lions: A Guide Through the Trials Young Men Face.’

Matt Lewis Show: Nixon’s Secrets

Roger Stone stops by to talk about his new book “Nixon’s Secrets.” He also takes a few shots at the late executive editor of the Washington Post, Ben Bradlee.

Matt Lewis Show: The Devils’ Alliance

British historian and author Roger Moorhouse on ‘The Devils’ Alliance: Hitler’s Pact with Stalin, 1939-1941.’

Matt Lewis Show: Rare’s Avenger

More than a year after the ‘Southern Avenger’ controversy, Jack Hunter reflects on what he has learned from the ordeal. He also discusses why conservatives and libertarians should get along — and how the website Rare is reaching an audience of libertarian-leaning readers.

Matt Lewis Show: How Republicans Lost the Culture War

Bill Scher talks about his latest Politico Magazine piece: “How Republicans Lost the Culture War.”

Matt Lewis Show: British Invasion

Peter Foster, the Telegraph’s US Editor based in Washington DC, talks about working for a British paper in America. He also discusses covering Rand Paul on the stump — and why Barack Obama isn’t as popular as he used to be.

Matt Lewis Show: How Star Wars Conquered the Universe

Mashable Deputy Editor Chris Taylor on his new book “How Star Wars Conquered the Universe: The Past, Present, and Future of a Multibillion Dollar Franchise.”

Matt Lewis Show: Spoilers

New York Times National Political Correspondent Jonathan Martin and Matt discuss how social issues are now benefitting Democrats — and why some independents and libertarians might play spoiler in some high-profile races this year.

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