Tyler Cowen (Ph.D.) holds a chair in economics at George Mason University. He has authored many books and writes the most read economics blog worldwide, Marginal Revolution. Tyler is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, has written regularly for The New York Times, and contributes to a range of newspapers and periodicals. On today’s podcast, Cowan talks about a new book he has co-authored, Talent: How to Identify Energizers, Creatives, and Winners Around the World.
Liz Wolfe is an associate editor at Reason. She was formerly managing editor at The Federalist. Her work has appeared in Playboy, The Daily Beast, CityLab, Houston Chronicle, New York Post, and National Review. During this podcast, Liz talks with Matt Lewis about what it’s like being a pro-life libertarian. She also discusses “disinformation expert” Nina Jankowicz, and the trouble with labeling things “disinformation.”
Thomas Kidd, a professor at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, talks about his new book, Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh.
James W. Antle III, politics editor for The Washington Examiner, talks with Matt about why some Never Trump conservatives aren’t excited to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Henry Olsen is a Washington Post columnist and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. During this discussion, he talks with Matt about the Republican primaries in Ohio, and an upcoming primary in West Virginia. Olsen also discusses what the political impact of overturning Roe v. Wade might be.
Batya Ungar-Sargon, Deputy Opinion Editor at Newsweek and author of Bad News: How the Woke Media is Undermining Democracy, talks about Elon Musk’s history of complying with Communist China.