Matt Lewis Show: Ban bossy?

Vince Coglianese, Daily Caller executive editor, joins us to discuss whether or not we should ban the word “bossy.” We also delve into President Obama’s interview with Zach Galifianakis on Funny or Die’s “Between Two Ferns.”

Matt Lewis Show: Ted Cruz vs. Rand Paul

Jim Antle on the Rand Paul vs. Ted Cruz skirmish over foreign policy.

Matt Lewis Show: Surviving journalism (and a heart attack)

Tommy Christopher on journalism, flacks, and tweeting his heart attack.

Matt Lewis Show: A conservative alternative to ObamaCare

James C. Capretta, a Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, talks about a conservative alternative to ObamaCare, the “doc fix,” and Medicare Advantage.

Matt Lewis Show: Income inequality and mobility

Scott Winship of the Manhattan Institute argues that income inequality doesn’t diminish economic mobility.

Matt Lewis Show: ‘This Town’

Mark Leibovich, Chief National Correspondent of the New York Times Magazine, talks about his book, ‘This Town.’

Matt Lewis Show: ‘Racy chick lit’ and a story of redemption

Lisa De Pasquale talks about her new memoir, ‘Finding Mr. Righteous.’

Matt Lewis Show: Should we raise the minimum wage?

AEI Resident Scholar Michael R. Strain on extending unemployment benefits, raising the minimum wage, and the new Obamacare CBO report.

Matt Lewis Show: Philip Seymour Hoffman and Woody Allen

John Hanlon and Will Rahn discuss the death of acclaimed actor Philip Seymour Hoffman — and the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen.

Matt Lewis Show: Climate change and the conservative solution

Former Rep. Bob Inglis (who now heads the Energy and Enterprise Initiative based at George Mason University) talks about his idea to pair an income tax cut with a tax on carbon. He also discusses his much-discussed friendship with Jim DeMint.

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