Arthur Brooks sits down with Matt Lewis to discuss his book, Love Your Enemies. (First broadcast in March of 2019.) During the interview, they discuss: Why contempt (not anger) makes political compromise and progress impossible.How people and companies are profiting off of stoking political contempt Why forcing a smile can actually make you happyWhy for every criticism on Twitter, you should send 5 positive tweets. And much more! *** If you like this podcast, please consider leaving a five-star review on iTunes. It really makes a difference in helping people find us! Follow Matt Lewis & Cut Through the Noise: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Patreon – Who is Matt Lewis? – Matt K. Lewis is a Senior Columnist at The Daily Beast, a CNN political commentator, and the author of Too Dumb to Fail. Buy the book – What is the “Matt Lewis & the News” Podcast? – Get to the heart of the issues at stake. In the podcast Matt Lewis & the News, Matt discusses politics, culture, and more with politicians, thinkers, and writers. If you’re looking for an intellectual take on important topics in current events and engaging commentary that gives complex issues the treatment they deserve, tune in to Matt Lewis & the News. Website Daily Beast Column
Phillip Stutts, CEO of Win BIG Media, talks with Matt about his new book, The Undefeated Marketing System: How to Grow Your Business and Build Your Audience Using the Secret Formula that Elects Presid ...
Gabriel Sterling is the chief operation officer and chief financial officer in the office of the Georgia Secretary of State. During this podcast, Gabriel talks about his famous “It Has to Stop!” speec ...
David Frum, a staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of Trumpocalypse: Restoring American Democracy, talks with Matt about the Afghanistan withdrawal, the Georgia voting law, the importance of ha ...
David Chavern, president and CEO of News Media Alliance, the news industry’s largest trade organization, joins Matt to talk about how Facebook and Google disrupted the media’s business model—and why t ...
Daniel Darling, Senior VP for Communications at National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), talks about his new book, ‘The Characters of Easter: The Villains, Heroes, Cowards, and Crooks Who Witnessed Hist ...
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Bernard Goldberg, author of the New York Times number one bestseller Bias, has won 14 Emmy awards for excellence in journalism at CBS News and, six Emmys at CBS, and eight more at HBO’s Real Sports. O ...
Grace Olmstead is a journalist who focuses on farming, localism, and family. Her writing has been published in The American Conservative, The Week, The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Re ...
On today’s podcast, Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, talks about Joe Biden’s plans to raise taxes to fund infrastructure projects. *** If you like this podcast, please consider ...
Stephen Kent, host of the new show Rightly, talks with Matt about whether there is space on the center-right for thoughtful online video.
Theodore Roosevelt "viewed the term 'nationalist' as a point of pride and honor," writes author and speaker James Strock. "Intending disrespect, he dismissed his rival Woodrow Wilson as 'not a nationa ...
With Sen. Joe Manchin and Gov. Jim Justice making headlines, West Virginia state government reporter/columnist for Ogden Newspapers, Steven Allen Adams, joins us to discuss the Mountain State’s moment ...
Spencer Cox, governor of Utah, talks with Matt about the problem of viewing politics as religion, sports, and entertainment. He also discusses Utah's COVID response, mail-in voting, and his bass guita ...
Jonathan Allen, senior political analyst with NBC News digital, talks about the new book he co-authored, Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency.
Lisa Britton is a children’s book author living in Los Angeles, California, who stands up for boys, the family, and true female empowerment. She has established a presence on Twitter bringing a common ...
Bill Kristol, editor-at-large of the Bulwark, talks about his recent column, "What About Joe: Why can’t anti-Trump become work-with-Biden?"
Dr. Todd Rose is the co-founder of Populace, a think tank dedicated to building a world where all people have the chance to live fulfilling lives in a thriving society. He was a faculty member at the ...
Slate National Correspondent Will Saletan joins our Patreon-exclusive Zoom chat for a wide-ranging discussion on the changing media industry landscape, political correctness/"cancel culture," and the ...
Jonathan Cohn, a senior national correspondent at HuffPost, talks about his new book The Ten Year War: Obamacare and the Unfinished Crusade for Universal Coverage.
Nick Troiano is the Executive Director of Unite America, a national organization that works to bridge the growing partisan divide by enacting political reforms. Read Nick's latest piece in The Hill, t ...
On today's podcast, Aaron McNally of Curiosophy Now asks Matt about the "Ronald Reagan" chapter in Matt's book Too Dumb to Fail.
Katie Herzog, co-host of the Blocked and Reported podcast, talks about the Clubhouse app, the Britney Spears documentary, the New York Times' cancel culture scandals, Woody Allen, and that columnist w ...
Former Congresswoman Barbara Comstock joins the show to talk about the January 6 insurrection, Trump's impeachment acquittal, and why she's still optimistic about the future of the Republican Party.
Gregg Nunziata is a lawyer who has served as counsel to both the U.S. Senate and U.S. Department of Justice—as well as general counsel and a senior domestic policy advisor to Sen. Marco Rubio. During ...
Rina Shah is a political advisor and the founder of Republican Women for Biden. She's also a leadership team member of the Lincoln Project's "Lincoln Women" coalition. Shah is a native of southern Wes ...
Sarah Longwell, publisher of The Bulwark, believes that since the people who stormed the Capitol are facing the music, the people who incited them should, too.
Whether it's the illiberal Left or the illiberal Right, Matt's operating principle is to assume that liberal democracy is both precious and fragile. On today's episode Matt discusses this with Chris N ...
Brian Rosenwald is a scholar in residence at the Partnership for Effective Public Administration and Leadership Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania and an instructor at Penn. He’s also the author ...
Bruce Mehlman of Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas returns to discuss his latest infographic slideshow, Crossroads: Challenges & Choices in a Low-Trust World.
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