Washington Post columnist Megan McArdle talks with Matt about Elon Musk inviting Donald Trump back on Twitter. Then, Megan and Matt have a larger conversation about the importance of gratitude—for our lives—and for our politics.
Matt Lewis & the News
Bruce Mehlman returns to the podcast to talk about his new infographic, “Candidates Matter: 2022 Midterm Elections: Outcomes & Implications.” According to Mehlman, voters sought stability at a time of heightened disruption, and many first-time GOP challengers scared them more than they disapproved of the president/economy.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson talks with Matt about the 2022 midterms, the problems with Donald Trump, and why Hutchinson might run for president himself in 2024.
When all the experts were predicting a ‘red wave,’ one man called BS. He got the midterms right, and never backed down. On today’s podcast, Matt asks Simon Rosenberg what he saw that nobody else understood—and why he never backed down. (He also names names.) Don’t miss this conversation!
David Frum, staff writer at The Atlantic and author of Trumpocalypse, joins us to discuss the 2022 midterm elections, whether Ron DeSantis can supplant Donald Trump, and why Twitter is making a huge mistake with blue check verification.
Dr. Russell Moore is editor in chief of Christianity Today magazine. During this podcast, he talks with Matt about the dangers of celebrities publicly converting to Christianity. Dr. Moore also talks about Christian nationalism, and the problem of a post-truth church.