David French, editor of The Dispatch and columnist for Time, talks with Matt about being politically homeless, NeverTrump “grifters,” Trump Derangement Syndrome, whether there’s some merit to Trump’s “He Fights!” mentality, and why Trump tarnishes the pro-life cause. Oh yeah, David and Matt also reveal their 2020 presidential predictions.
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Daniel Yergin, a Pulitzer Prize winning author, talks about his latest book, The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations.
On Election Day in 2016, Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen bravely took to Twitter with a bold proclamation: Trump could win! Four years later, Olsen is less bullish on Trump’s chances. During this podcast conversation, Henry discusses why Trump has an uphill battle—and what would have to happen for Trump to pull off another miracle.
Does Amy Coney Barrett prove that Christian women can pursue career ambitions and family life? Erin DeLullo (Matt’s wife) joins him for an intimate discussion on whether it’s possible to have it all.
P.J. O’Rourke, author of Parliament of Whores and Give War a Chance, talks about his new book, A Cry from the Far Middle: Dispatches from a Divided Land.
Fred Siegel, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a City Journal contributing editor, talks about his new collection of essays: The Crisis of Liberalism: Prelude to Trump.