Mark Clifford is president of the Committee for Freedom in Hong Kong Foundation and author of the book Today Hong Kong, Tomorrow the World. During this conversation, Mark talks with Matt about communist China’s crackdown on Hong Kong, and how Jimmy Lai, a 75-year-old media tycoon, became PRC’s number one enemy in Hong Kong.
Brian Rosenwald is a political and media historian at the University of Pennsylvania, a senior editor of Made by History at the Washington Post, and the author of Talk Radio’s America. On today’s podcast, Brian talks with Matt about the sorry state of media in America, and what can be done to fix it.
Bill Scher of Washington Monthly, Politico Magazine, and RealClearPolitics returns to the podcast to discuss Sen. Krysten Sinema’s decision to leave the Democratic Party.
David Swerdlick is a senior staff editor for The New York Times opinion section. During this conversation, David talks with Matt about Kanye West’s anti-semitic rants. David also talks about the nascent 2024 presidential race, and why Democrats should look to a governor for their presidential nominee.
Every once in a while, it’s good to turn the tables. Matt was recently a guest on the StandUP! with Pete Dominick podcast. It was a wide-ranging interview, and we thought it might be fun to share it with you here.
Long-time conservative talk show host John Ziegler returns to the show to talk about the Donald Trump/Ron DeSantis feud, whether there’s a future for the GOP without Trump, why the media messes things up, and how the COVID-19 lockdowns changed everything.