Archive for November, 2017

Matt and Duke

Having finally recovered from his turkey-induced coma, Matt recommends his favorite books and movies of 2017 (so far). Then, producer Thomas LaDuke weighs-in on President Donald Trump’s “Pocahontas” slur and James O’Keefe’s botched Washington Post “sting” operation.

Ajit Pai on Net Neutrality (Rebroadcast)

With net neutrality back in the news, I wanted to re-up our May interview with Ajit Pai, Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission. (Rebroadcast.)

The Soviet Union’s Last Days (Rebroadcast)

Serhii Plokhy talks with Matt about his book “The Last Empire,” about the final days of the Soviet Union. (Rebroadcast.)

Ross Douthat’s ‘Bad Religion’ (Rebroadcast)

Ross Douthat talks about “Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics.” (Rebroadcast.)

A.N. Wilson’s ‘Hitler’ (Rebroadcast)

A.N. Wilson talks about his short biography on Adolph Hitler, simply titled, “Hitler.” (Rebroadcast.)

How the Media is Changing the Rules of Reporting Sex Abuse

Mediate columnist John Ziegler talks about how the media is changing the rules of reporting sex abuse.

Scott Jennings

CNN contributor Scott Jennings talks about his background as a reporter and Republican political operative–and how the son of a garbage man grows up to be one of America’s most insightful conservative pundits.

Matt Lewis Show: Sebastian Junger on ‘Tribe’ (Rebroadcast)

Bestselling author Sebastian Junger talks with Matt about his new book ‘Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging.’ (Rebroadcast)

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