Cenk Uygur, founder, CEO, and co-host of The Young Turks, talks with about his new book, Justice Is Coming: How Progressives Are Going to Take Over the Country and America Is Going to Love It.
Matt Lewis & the News
Jeffrey Blehar, National Review Online writer and co-host of the Political Beats podcast, talks with Matt about his latest piece on Mitt Romney’s decision not to seek re-election. They also discuss Lauren Boebert’s groping incident, Donald Trump’s abortion comments, and more!
On this classic episode from 2022, Matt talks with Harvard Professor Arthur Brooks about finding success in the second half of life. (Note: Arthur’s latest book, Build the Life You Want is co-authored with Oprah Winfrey. Get it today!)
Zach Kessel is a William F. Buckley Jr. Fellow in Political Journalism at National Review. During this podcast, he talks with Matt about the shaming of Julia Mazur, how the term “neoconservatism” is being abused, and a curious new project being launched by Sen. Joe Manchin and his daughter.
Jonathan Taplin was tour manager for Bob Dylan and the Band in the ’60s, producer of The Concert For Bangladesh and major films in the ’70s for Martin Scorsese, Wim Wenders and Gus Van Sant, an executive at Merrill Lynch’s Media Mergers and Acquisition Group in the ’80s, creator of the Internet’s first video-on-demand service in the ’90s, and a cultural critic and author writing about technology in the new millennium. On today’s podcast, he talks with Matt about his new book, The End of Reality: How Four Billionaires are Selling a Fantasy Future of the Metaverse, Mars, and Crypto.
William Beutler, the founder of Beutler Ink, a digital creative agency specializing in content creation and Wikipedia consulting, talks about his recent article for The Hill: “AI’s real problem is that it’s boring.”