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      Matt K. Lewis

      Matt K. Lewis is a senior contributor to The Daily Caller, and a contributing editor for The Week. He is a respected commentator on politics and cultural issues, and has been cited by major publications such as The Washington Post and The New York Times. Matt is from Myersville, MD and currently resides in Alexandria, VA. Follow Matt K. Lewis on Twitter <a>@mattklewis</a>.

Infrastructure Spending: Are Buses The Answer?

11:32 AM 08/25/2014

University of Minnesota transportation analyst David Levinson was recently asked this question: "If you had a billion dollars and were really setting out to help low-income residents, how would you have spent the money?"

On The Wrong Side Of History

11:34 AM 08/21/2014

Ronald Reagan once said, "I do not believe in a fate that will befall us no matter what we do; I do believe in a fate that will fall on us if we do nothing."

When Following The News Is A Bad Idea

9:34 AM 08/20/2014

Words to live by: "[W]hatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable -- if anything is excellent or praiseworthy -- think about such things."

Grifters: Why The Worst Get On Top

1:41 PM 08/05/2014

I've given up counting how many times Eric Hoffer's maxim -- "Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket" -- has come in handy.

Exclusive: McDaniel Team Strikes ‘Black’ References From Press Release

11:37 AM 08/04/2014

Still refusing to concede, Chris McDaniel's team issued a press release late last week saying that the Mississippi GOP is "prohibited from recognizing Thad Cochran as their nominee for U.S. Senate in accordance with the rules of the Republican National Committee" -- because Democrats participated in his election.

House Border Bill Blues

1:11 PM 07/31/2014

The paralysis in Washington is on full display once again, as efforts to pass what seems like a fairly reasonable response to the humanitarian crisis on the border are in jeopardy of being stymied by a coalition of the right and the left.