Jontathan Taplin on ‘Move Fast and Break Things’

Jonathan Taplin, Director Emeritus of the Annenberg Innovation Lab at the University of Southern California (and former Tour Manager for Bob Dylan and The Band), talks about his book ‘Move Fast and Break Things.’ He and Matt also discuss Taplin’s recent essay in Harpers Magazine, “Rebirth of a Nation.”

Greg Sargent on ‘An Uncivil War’

Greg Sargent, author of the Washington Post’s Plum Line, talks about “An Uncivil War: Taking Back Our Democracy in an Age of Trumpian Disinformation and Thunderdome Politics.” Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher. And please support this podcast on Patreon. This is a BBL & BWL, LLC production.

Dan Flynn on ‘Cult City’

Daniel J. Flynn talks about his new book, “Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco.” Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher. And please support this podcast on Patreon. This is a BBL & BWL, LLC production.

T.K. Coleman on Following Your Priorities (Not Your Passions)

T.K. Coleman, education director for Praxis, talks with Matt about strategies for success at work and in life. One of T.K.’s tips are to follow your priorities (not your passions). He also discusses why college isn’t the right choice for everyone. Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher. And please support this podcast on Patreon. This is a BBL & BWL, LLC production.

Josh Kraushaar on the Midterm Elections

Matt opens the show by talking about his surgery–and the controversy surrounding his use of the word “mob.” Then, National Journal’s Josh Kraushaar talks with Matt about what to expect from the upcoming midterm elections. Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher. And please support this podcast on Patreon. This is a BBL & BWL, LLC production.

Andy Crouch on Putting Technology in Its Proper Place (Rebroadcast)

Andy Crouch, partner for theology and culture at Praxis, talks about “The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place”–and the 10 commitments every family should make. (Rebroadcast.)

Brian Lunde on ‘Abandonment’

Political advocacy guru Brian Lunde talks about the most underrated move in politics: Abandonment. Lunde (who lives in North Dakota) also explains why the Brett Kavanaugh nomination fight has sealed the fate of Sen. Heidi Heitkamp.

Max Boot on ‘The Corrosion of Conservatism’

Max Boot, Washington Post columnist and CNN analyst, talks about his new book, ‘The Corrosion of Conservatism: Why I Left the Right.’ Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher. And please support this podcast on Patreon. This is a BBL & BWL, LLC production.

Bill Kristol (Live From Austin, Texas!)

Bill Kristol joins the podcast LIVE from the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin, Texas. Bill and Matt talk about the Kavanaugh hearings, Beto O’Rourke’s chances vs. Ted Cruz, and the legacies of John McCain and Charles Krauthammer. They also fantasize about a Nikki Haley-Ben Sasse presidential run.

Mark Judge (Interview from 2012)

Long before he became embroiled in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation controversy, Mark Judge appeared on the podcast to discuss “Sex, Catholicism, and Rock ‘n’ Roll.”

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