Shadi Hamid, senior fellow at Brookings, and a contributing writer at the Atlantic, joins Matt to talk about the problematic “woke” Left.
Shermichael Singleton, political strategist/analyst and op-ed writer, talks with Matt about his days working for Dr. Ben Carson—and why he disagrees with Donald Trump’s handling of the George Floyd protests.
Eric Kaufmann has been researching immigration, religion, and national identity for more than twenty years. During this interview, he talks with Matt about his book, WhiteShift: Populism, Immigration, and the Future of White Majorities.
Clifford Thompson received a Whiting Writers’ Award for nonfiction in 2013 for Love for Sale and Other Essays. During this podcast, he discusses his forthcoming new book, What It Is: Race, Family, and One Thinking Black Man’s Blues.
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.