A century after the horrific events of May 31-June 1, 1921, author Tim Madigan talks about his critically acclaimed and best-selling book, The Burning: The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
Matt Lewis & the News
Legendary journalist and bestselling author Bernard Goldberg joins Matt to talk about the media changing its tune over the Wuhan “lab leak” story, revelations that Chris Cuomo was advising his governor brother, why liberal journalists don’t cover race honestly, and why Donald Trump poses a bigger threat to the GOP’s future than Liz Cheney.
Tevi Troy is a presidential historian, former White House aide, and senior fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Institute. He is the author, most recently, of Fight House: Rivalries in the White House From Truman to Trump. During this podcast, he talks with Matt about his latest column, “The Case for Optimism.”
Tom Nichols, author of Our Own Worst Enemy, and contributor to USA Today and The Atlantic joins Matt to talk about Liz Cheney’s moment, how the end of the Cold War led to the Republican crackup, and what role Newt Gingrich had to play in the whole thing.
Josh Kraushaar, the Against the Grain columnist at National Journal, talks about Elise Stefanik replacing Liz Cheney, Marjorie Taylor Greene vs. AOC, and why storm clouds may be gathering for Joe Biden and the Democrats.
Art Tavana, an L.A.-based former writer for Playboy and L.A. Weekly, Goodbye, talks about his new book, Guns N’ Roses: The Crime, Beauty, and Amplified Chaos of America’s Most Polarizing Band.