During World War II, Adolfo Kaminsky saved thousands of Jewish lives by forging documents for the French Resistance. He used to say: “Keep awake. The longer possible. Struggle against sleep. The calculation is easy. In one hour, I make 30 false papers. If I sleep one hour, 30 people will die.” His daughter, Sarah Kaminsky, joins us to talk about her book “Adolfo Kaminsky: A Forger’s Life.”
Archive for October, 2016
posted by Matt Lewis at 1:01 PM
FTR Radio’s Thomas LaDuke discusses Politico’s new story about Breitbart News. Then, GOP strategist Edward Getterman and Henry Olsen of the Ethics and Public Policy Center discuss the 2016 campaign.
posted by Matt Lewis at 2:18 PM
Susan Quinn talks about her new book ‘Eleanor and Hick: The Love Affair That Shaped a First Lady.’
posted by Matt Lewis at 4:50 AM
What can you and I learn from Albert Einstein’s success and failures? Author David Bodanis discusses his new book ‘Einstein’s Greatest Mistake: A Biography.’
posted by Matt Lewis at 12:50 PM
Author James Traub talks about ‘John Quincy Adams: Militant Spirit.’
posted by Matt Lewis at 5:32 AM
Instead of aspiring to fame as a cable news pundette, writer Gracy Olmstead enjoys reading, going to the Old Town Alexandria farmer’s market, and cooking with her husband. During a recent conversation, we discussed why this conservative way of life has become an “alternative” lifestyle—especially for modern conservative women. (Rebroadcast.)
posted by Matt Lewis at 2:21 PM
My take on how the media built up Donald Trump in the primary (and are tearing him down today).
And how the media cried ‘Wolf.’
Lastly, my take on the second presidential debate (Donald Trump as Harry Houdini).
posted by Matt Lewis at 6:23 AM
posted by Matt Lewis at 2:13 PM
Yours truly is interviewed on the Jamie Weinstein Show podcast.
posted by Matt Lewis at 12:59 PM