Top 3 Podcast: Free to Choose Featuring Robert ChatfieldWhen I was a kid, I watched a documentary that influenced my young brain immensely, and it was called “Free To Choose.” The original 1980, 10-part television series was by the great Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman. The “happy warrior” approach that Friedman took, as well as his passion for ideas, are kept alive by the Free To Choose Network, a global media nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Friedman’s work, as well as other outstanding scholars such as Thomas Sowell. Directing that effort is Free To Choose Network President and CEO Robert Chatfield. Watch this interview here.
Top 2 Podcast: Putting One Fake Foot in Front of the Other Featuring Steve MartinSome men, when faced with overwhelming, life-shattering adversity, choose to embrace the circumstance. And in doing so, they live a life of epic inspiration. In this episode, Jim speaks with just such a man, former Army soldier and retired police officer, Steve Martin. Steve is an Afghanistan war veteran whose battlefield injuries cost him both of his legs. Yet rather than allow that to stop him, Steve chose to overcome his personal battles, conquer his inner demons, and live a life that we all can aspire to. Watch this interview here.
The Number One Podcast of all time: Reminiscences Of Past Intellectual Activism Featuring Fellow Idea Warrior Stewart MargolisWhen two friends who’ve known each other for more than three decades get together to reminisce about their mutual passion for ideas, literature, career, and living the Renaissance Man ethos, you know you’re in for an auditory treat. And that’s exactly what you get in this episode of the podcast, as Jim talks with his good friend, writer, filmmaker and intellectual activist Stewart Margolis. Listen to the number one podcast here.
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