Grace Olmstead is a journalist who focuses on farming, localism, and family. Her writing has been published in The American Conservative, The Week, The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Review, The Wall Street Journal, and Christianity Today, among others. On today’s podcast, we discuss her new book, Uprooted: Recovering the Legacy of the Places We’ve Left Behind.
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On today’s podcast, Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, talks about Joe Biden’s plans to raise taxes to fund infrastructure projects. *** If you like this podcast, please consider leaving a five-star review on iTunes. It really makes a difference in helping people find us! Follow Matt Lewis & Cut Through the Noise: Facebook Twitter […]
Stephen Kent, host of the new show Rightly, talks with Matt about whether there is space on the center-right for thoughtful online video.
Theodore Roosevelt “viewed the term ‘nationalist’ as a point of pride and honor,” writes author and speaker James Strock. “Intending disrespect, he dismissed his rival Woodrow Wilson as ‘not a nationalist.’” But is nationalism a word that could be—or should be—salvaged? Don’t miss this podcast discussion.
With Sen. Joe Manchin and Gov. Jim Justice making headlines, West Virginia state government reporter/columnist for Ogden Newspapers, Steven Allen Adams, joins us to discuss the Mountain State’s moment. Follow Steven on Twitter. *** If you like this podcast, please consider leaving a five-star review on iTunes. It really makes a difference in helping people find us! […]
Spencer Cox, governor of Utah, talks with Matt about the problem of viewing politics as religion, sports, and entertainment. He also discusses Utah’s COVID response, mail-in voting, and his bass guitar hobby.