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Matt Lewis & the News
This week’s celebration of Juneteeth got me thinking about my 2021 conversation with author Tim Madigan, about his critically acclaimed and best-selling book, The Burning: The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. So I decided to rebroadcast this eye-opening episode.
David Frum, staff writer for The Atlantic, returns to the podcast to talk about Donald Trump’s arraignment, Joe Biden’s corrupt deal with Mexico’s president, how Trump broke (or exposed?) Marco Rubio, and the importance of pre-ordering Matt’s forthcoming book.
Washington Monthly’s Bill Scher returns to talk with Matt about Donald Trump’s indictment over the Mar-a-Lago classified documents. They also weigh-in on Chris Licht’s firing from CNN, Tucker Carlson’s new Twitter show, and the House Freedom Caucus’s rebellion against Kevin McCarthy.
Elizabeth Currid-Halkett is the James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning and professor of public policy at the University of Southern California. On today’s podcast, she talks with Matt about her new book, The Overlooked Americans: The Resilience of Our Rural Towns and What It Means for Our Country.
Stephen Kent, public relations specialist at the Consumer Choice Center, stops by to talk with Matt about next Wednesday’s How to be a Pundit workshop at The Leadership Institute. They also discuss Stephen’s latest piece at the Washington Examiner, Harrison Ford will not be coddled.