Tag Archives: MSNBC

Stephanie Ruhle

NBC News correspondent and MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle called in to talk about her “Modern Ruhles” podcast.  Discussion topics included getting a little bit better and smarter, the “alpha male,” and how subtle things can impact a child’s perception of gender roles and responsibilities.

Lawrence O’Donnell

unnamed (7)Lawrence O’Donnell, host of The Final Word on MSNBC, called in to talk about a new edition of his 1983 book  DEADLY FORCE: A Police Shooting and My Family’s Search for the Truth.  We discussed how his father represented the widow of the victim, how police shootings were virtually ignored the 70s, and what parallels can be drawn between then and now.


Chris Matthews

bobby-kennedy-9781501111860_hrMSNBC’s Chris Matthews called in to talk about his new book Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit.  We discussed his personal memory of Kennedy’s assassination, how America would be different with Kennedy instead of Nixon, and why he likes to be nearly camera-ready even for radio appearances.


Chris Matthews

It was great to have a few minutes with Chris Matthews, who called in for a brief chat on his new book, “Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit.”  Chris has written extensively about JFK and his discoveries there led to his determination to tell the true story of the life of Bobby.

Katy Tur

Katy Tur is an NBC journalist who made headlines herself while covering Trump for 18 months on the campaign trail.  Katy called in to discuss her book, Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History.