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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>.

The Good Side Of Sports

New York Yankees' Derek Jeter (C) and team mates wave to fans after the final regular season MLB American League baseball game played against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium in New York, September 21, 2008.     REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES) - RTX8SLW

"It sounds terrible," says Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, "but if you have a family around a table, somebody eventually is gonna see every other person around that table die."

Ken Cuccinelli Vs. The Grifters

2:01 PM 09/18/2014

In a move that could shake up the conservative-outside-group-world, former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is suing a conservative political action committee called Conservative StrikeForce PAC for allegedly raising millions of dollars for his campaign, and spending only a small fraction of that on his race. According to a report on the lawsuit:

Remembering Dad: A Bittersweet Playoff Berth In Baltimore

1:23 PM 09/17/2014

When I awoke to discover the Baltimore Orioles were the American League Eastern Division champions, I did what all modern Americans do to mark such special occasions: I went to Facebook. There, a high school friend who now lives in North Carolina had summed it up perfectly: "I just wish Dad could have been here to watch. Go ORIOLES!!!!"

Chutzpah And Hustle: What Joan Rivers Can Teach Us

10:00 AM 09/05/2014

As we mourn the loss of Joan Rivers, I must confess to having admired her bravery and toughness and work ethic more than her one-liners. She took chances. Like a good journalist, her comedy "afflicted the comfortable and comforted the afflicted." But she also worked like hell. That's what endeared her most to me. And, I suspect, I'm not alone.