The Boy Crisis

Warren Farrell, PhD, talks about The Boy Crisis: Why our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It. Make sure to stick around until the end, where Dr. Farrell gives Matt some advice on raising his two boys.

Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

Jonah Goldberg on ‘Suicide of the West’

Jonah Goldberg talks with Matt about his new book “Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy.” The book comes out on April 24. Order it today!

Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

John Ziegler on Hannity, Cohen, Comey … and David Foster Wallace

Mediaite columnist John Ziegler talks with Matt about Sean Hannity, Michael Cohen, and James Comey. They also discuss David Foster Wallace’s 1995 profile of Zig. Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

Ron Fournier (Rebroadcast)

Veteran journalist Ron Fournier talks about journalism and growing up the son of a Detroit cop. (Rebroadcast.)

Matt Lewis Photos

Which one of these do you like the best? Tweet me or email me if you have a strong preference…

Matt Lewis

Matt Lewis

Matt Lewis

Matt Lewis

Is Reason Overrated?

Yoram Hazony talks with Matt about his controversial new Wall Street Journal essay, “The Dark Side of the Enlightenment.” Hazony argues that tradition, religion, and nationalism have made bigger contributions to civilization. And speaking of nationalism, Harzony’s  sure-to-be controversial forthcoming book, “The Virtue of Nationalism,” is available for pre-order.

Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

Bruce Mehlman on The Age of Disruption

Bruce Mehlman returns to the podcast to discuss his new quarterly powerpoint analysis, “EMPOWERED AMERICA: Why the Age of Disruption May Usher in an Era of Reform.” Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

Am I ‘Temperamentally Liberal’?

On a recent episode of Matt Lewis & The News, Jordan Peterson described himself as “temperamentally liberal,” while allowing for the fact that experience has made him conservative. On today’s episode, author and entrepreneur James Strock and Matt discuss whether this description also applies to them. They also delve into Donald Trump’s ability to see the collapse of the establishment, and his inability to adhere to basic leadership principles–and whether a new political movement could unite us. Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

The Real Nancy Reagan

Sheila Tate, who served as press secretary to First Lady Nancy Reagan from 1981-1985, talks about her new book: “Lady in Red: An Intimate Portrait of Nancy Reagan.” Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

‘Fraud and Fiction’

The Washington Examiner’s Eddie Scarry talks with Matt about his new book, “Fraud and Fiction: The Real Truth Behind Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.” Download this podcast discussion on iTunes or Stitcher.

Latest Video

more videos