Ho-Fung Hung, Johns Hopkins professor and author of The China Boom, talks about the Hong Kong protests–and why The West should be showing more moral clarity.
Katie Herzog, “the second most hated writer at The Stranger,” talks with Matt about emotional support horses flying on commercial planes, Dave Chapelle’s Netflix special, cancel culture’s newest trend (tattling to the boss!), the campaign aimed at embarrassing Trump’s journalist enemies, and more!
Scott Lincicome is an international trade attorney, an Adjunct Scholar with the Cato Institute, and a Senior Visiting Lecturer at Duke University Law School where he teaches a course on international trade law. During this podcast conversation, he and Matt discuss Donald Trump’s tariffs.
Eric Kaufmann has been researching immigration, religion, and national identity for more than twenty years. During this interview, he talks with Matt about his book, WhiteShift: Populism, Immigration, and the Future of White Majorities.
T.K. Coleman is Education Director for Praxis and Director of Entrepreneurial Education at the Foundation for Economic Education. During this interview, T.K. and Matt Lewis discuss how to find meaning and purpose in your work, and how to succeed in a world where the deck is stacked against you.
Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney calls in from the campaign trail in rural Iowa to talk with Matt about his presidential campaign–and what it’s like to be one of the few sane moderates running. During this podcast interview, Delaney talks about his debate fight with Elizabeth Warren, his criticism of “fairytale economics,” his support of a carbon tax, and much more!