Civil discourse about politics and culture is dying in America. Help me revive it.
Most news coverage these days distracts from the core issues at stake, driven by pressure to generate ratings or stir up social media buzz.
Matt Lewis and the News is different.
I started Matt Lewis and the News to challenge Americans to dialogue about their beliefs and ideas. In my long-form conversations with thinkers, writers, and politicians, complex problems and ideas receive the nuanced treatment they deserve.
This approach has struck a chord with Americans who tire of sensationalism in the news and want to engage deeply with ideas – people like you. Every week, thousands of subscribers tune in to this podcast.
I want to expand the content I offer on Matt Lewis and the News and reach more listeners with these conversations. That’s why I’m asking for your help.
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Matt Lewis and the News is dedicated to keeping one of the greatest traditions in American politics alive: reasoned, civil discourse. As you know, this is something that is rapidly dying out in our culture of raging Twitter-feuds, TV sound bites, and bitterly partisan journalism. Will you help me fight this trend by supporting this podcast?