Charles Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University, discusses his new book, Resisting Throwaway Culture: How a Consistent Life Ethic Can Unite a Fractured People.
Matt Lewis & the News
Vince Houghton, Historian and Curator at the International Spy Museum, talks about his new book, Nuking The Moon: And Other Intelligence Schemes and Military Plots Left On The Drawing Board.
Justin Herman hosts the Controlled Chaos Junior High Ministry Podcast. A few months ago, he started asking Matt for advice on how to book guests, and that advice has paid off. On this episode, the two discuss the importance of mentors.
After Matt tweeted about Joe Biden exaggerating about “Jim Crow sneaking back in,” Eugene Scott penned a response column, titled: “Joe Biden evoked Jim Crow when discussing current voting laws. He’s not wrong.” On today’s podcast, Scott, who writes about identity politics for The Fix at The Washington Post, talks with Matt about the uproar–and the legacy of Jim Crow.
Comedian and podcaster Jamie Kilstein returns to the podcast to discuss why there aren’t any good male role models on the Left, why conservatives are probably more open-minded than progressives, why “moderate” isn’t a great brand label, and why comics make better podcasters.
Bruce Mehlman returns to discuss his latest slideshow presentation: The Roaring 2020s: The Coming Decade of Disruption & Reform.