Gracy Olmstead, the American Conservative’s associate editor, enjoys reading, going to the Old Town Alexandria farmer’s market, and cooking with her husband. We discussed why this conservative way of life has become an “alternative” lifestyle — especially for modern conservative women. (Rebroadcast.)
Archive for August, 2015
posted by Matt Lewis at 11:09 AM
Country star Collin Raye and I discuss the evils of “Bro-country” music. (Rebroadcast)
posted by Matt Lewis at 11:01 AM
Serhii Plokhy talks about his book The Last Empire: The Final Days of the Soviet Union. (Rebroadcast.)
posted by Matt Lewis at 10:58 AM
James Piereson on his new book ‘Shattered Consensus: The Rise and Decline of America’s Postwar Political Order.’
posted by Matt Lewis at 2:28 PM
RightWingNews’s John Hawkins and Matt discuss and debate Donald Trump, whether the GOP needs an “entertainer-in-chief,” and the controversy over ending birthright citizenship.
posted by Matt Lewis at 1:53 PM
John Speights returns to the show to talk about recent episodes of the podcast.
posted by Matt Lewis at 11:51 AM
Russ Reeder talks about the civic engagement platform iCitizen, and HotAir’s Taylor Millard joins us to Trump and Hillary’s emails.
posted by Matt Lewis at 7:18 AM
Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, talks about his new book “Onward: Engaging the Culture Without Losing the Gospel.”
posted by Matt Lewis at 12:21 PM
The Daily Beast’s Tim Mak talks about his battle with Donald Trump’s lawyer, and then R.J. Moeller talks about the new movie about David Foster Wallace, titled “The End of the Tour.”
posted by Matt Lewis at 12:47 PM
Matt talks with National Journal’s Ron Fournier about journalism — and growing up the son of a Detroit cop. (Rebroadcast.)
posted by Matt Lewis at 6:54 AM