Russ Roberts talks about his book “How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life: An Unexpected Guide to Human Nature and Happiness.”
Archive for the ‘Matt Lewis Show’ Category
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Matt’s forthcoming book, ‘Too Dumb to Fail,’ is available for pre-order — and Thomas LaDuke interviews him about it.
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Michael P. Foley joins Chris Bedford and Matt to discuss ‘Drinking with the Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hour.’
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A podcast about podcasts? R.J. Moeller and Noel Nitecki join Matt for an insidery discussion on why Bill Simmons, Adam Carolla, and Tony Kornheiser inspire their work.
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Jonathan V. Last discusses ‘The Daddy Virtues: Adventures from the Worst Job You’ll Ever Love.’
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Kirsten Powers discusses her new book ‘The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech.’
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Stuart Stevens talks about his life as a travel writer, working on “Northern Exposure,” and serving as Mitt Romney’s top strategist.
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“Clinton Cash” author Peter Schweizer talk about the response his new book has generated, his forthcoming “report” on Jeb Bush, and why aspiring writers should focus on investigative journalism (not just opinion).
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David Swerdlick spent MLK Day with Ben Carson. Here’s what he learned.
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The Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinsten on Ted Cruz’s foreign policy doctrine. He also weighs in on the Maywether v. Pacquiao fight.
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