Republican strategist Stuart Stevens talks with Matt about who Nikki Haley and Lindsey Graham have revealed themselves to be, and how Trump’s Republican Party is different from the one he knew with Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. They also discuss George W. Bush’s famous first pitch during the 2001 World Series, and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Matt Lewis & the News
Rutgers University professor Erica Armstrong Dunbar talks about her book, She Came to Slay: The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman.
Bestselling author Douglas Murray talks about his book, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity.
It’s been four years since I turned in the manuscript for my cult classic book about the serious challenges facing the Republican Party, Too Dumb to Fail. A lot has changed since then, so I thought it might be fun to revisit the book and see what stands the test of time (and what doesn’t). During this conversation with Chris Novembrino’s “Don’t Worry About The Government” podcast, we look back at Too Dumb to Fail to see how relevant it still is today.
Washington Examiner executive editor Philip Klein talks about his new book, Fear Your Future: How the Deck Is Stacked against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse.
R Street’s Andy Smarick talks about his column about The Post-Trump GOP: The optimistic case for a Trumpism-free conservatism and Republican party.