Brian Noyes, who served as regional political director for the Southeastern United States for Bush-Cheney 2000, discusses Florida Recount 2020–a project aimed at preserving and sharing stories on the 20th anniversary of the Florida Recount.
Matt Lewis & the News
Stephen Kent of Young Voices talks with Matt about the intersection of Andrew Yang’s Universal Basic Income (UBI) idea with sections of the libertarian world.
On this Easter edition of the pod, Matt talks with Christopher Esget, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Alexandria, Virginia, and Dr. Jim Baucom, senior pastor of Columbia Baptist Church in Falls Church, Virginia. Topics include Easter sermons, the Notre Dame fire, and why Mary Magdalene confused Jesus for a the gardener.
Jared Cohen, the founder and CEO of Jigsaw at Alphabet Inc., talks about his new book, Accidental Presidents: Eight Men Who Changed America.
Mary Katharine Ham, writer and CNN commentator, joins Matt to discuss her life and career. Topics include humor, her days on Fox News, media bias, overcoming the tragic loss of her husband, and more.
Is faith an asset for 2020? I asked Emma Green, staff writer at The Atlantic, who covers politics, policy, and religion, about her article on Mayor Pete Buttigieg.