Matt Lewis Podcast: Do I Have To Vote For Hillary Clinton?

Maegan Carberry talks about her new novel ‘Do I Have To Vote For Hillary Clinton?’

Matt Lewis Podcast: How To Write Like Tolstoy

Author Richard Cohen talks about his new book ‘How to Write Like Tolstoy: A Journey into the Minds of Our Greatest Writers.’

Matt Lewis Show: The Confidence Game

Matt and bestselling author Maria Konnikova discuss her new book ‘The Confidence Game: Why We Fall for It…Every Time‘¬†and why Trump is a con artist.

Matt Lewis Podcast: No Flags At The DNC?

Daily Caller executive editor Vince Coglianese and entertainment editor Kaitlan Collins perform a post-mortem on the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

Matt Lewis Show: ‘Bro-Country’ Stinks (Rebroadcast)

Country music star Collin Raye on the evils of “Bro-country” music. (Rebroadcast)

Matt Lewis Show: Pat Buchanan (Rebroadcast)

Pat Buchanan on ‘The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority.’ (Rebroadcast.)

Matt Lewis Show: The Invisible Hand in Pop Culture (Rebroadcast)

Paul A. Cantor talks about “The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture: Liberty vs. Authority in American Film and TV.” (Rebroadcast.)

Matt Lewis Show: Day Three At The DNC

On day three of the DNC, Matt talks Trump’s presser, his call to Russia and what to expect from Tim Kaine.

Matt Lewis Show: Live From Philadelphia

Currently on the ground at the Democratic National Convention, Matt compares conventions, disunity in the City of Brotherly Love, what to expect from Bill Clinton and the Bernie revolution.

The DNC Convention Begins

After a crazy day of disunity, Democrats managed to pull it together on the first night of their convention. As I noted on CNN’s “New Day,” it seems like we have two dysfunctional “political” families in America. The difference is that Democrats managed to put on a good face and pull it together during prime time.

The most popular speech of the night, of course, came from First Lady Michelle Obama. Although it was a terrific speech, one part did strike me as especially audacious and hypocritical.

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