Matt Lewis Show: No country for old (white) men?

Alyssa Rosenberg, the Washington Post’s culture columnist, returns to the show for a friendly, but frank, discussion about race and gender — and to address her criticism of Matt’s recent column on the subject. If you’re looking for a thoughtful and sincere discussion about some very controversial issues, this is for you.

Matt Lewis Show: Is Thad Cochran toast?

Washington Examiner Senior Congressional Correspondent David M. Drucker drops by to discuss the upcoming Mississippi Senate runoff. Can Sen. Thad Conchran defeat challenger Chris McDaniel? Drucker analyzes the race, and also discusses some big-picture questions about how to survive and thrive in the journalism business.

Matt Lewis Show: Koch Brothers book

Daniel Schulman on ‘Sons of Wichita: How the Koch Brothers Became America’s Most Powerful and Private Dynasty.’

Matt Lewis Show: Nixon and Kennedy

David R. Stokes on his new book, ‘Capitol Limited: A Story About John Kennedy And Richard  Nixon.’

Matt Lewis Show: Liberal evangelicalism and Jimmy Carter

Randall Balmer talks about ‘Redeemer: The Life of Jimmy Carter.’

Matt Lewis Show: Is ‘bro-country’ destroying an American art form

Country star Collin Raye talks with us about how “bro-country” has jumped the shark — and we discuss some of his great hits from the 1990s.

Matt Lewis Show: The sacking of Jill Abramson

Will Rahn and Matt chat about that bizarre Idaho gubernatorial debate, Jill Abramson’s ouster as executive editor of the New York Times, and more!

Matt Lewis Show: Reagan at Reykjavik

Ken Adelman on ‘Reagan at Reykjavik: Forty-Eight Hours that Ended the Cold War.’

Matt Lewis Show: The Last Empire

Professor of Ukrainian History Serhii Plokhy on The Last Empire: The Final Days of the Soviet Union.

Matt Lewis Show: A Kermit Gosnell movie?

Filmmaker Ann McElhinney on her efforts to crowdfund a movie about abortionist and convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell.

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