June 24, 2016
EP. 11 — Stuart Stevens
Stuart Stevens is an explorer in search of experience. A seventh-generation Mississippian, he’s traveled the world and written books about it, he’s helped run presidential campaigns, and he’s recently finished a darkly comic novel about an authoritarian politician. He and David explore the state of the 2016 race, how a place can help shape one’s identity, and why running for president may be the hardest job around.
This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com, Trunkclub, and Ibotta.
December 23, 2016
Former NBC CEO Bob Wright lost his wife, Suzanne, to pancreatic cancer earlier this year, and on this episode, he wants to know why so little progress has been made in the last 50 years against a disease with such a high mortality rate.
December 16, 2016
Bishop Michael Curry is the leader of the Episcopalian church, and as we head into the new year, he’s here to tell us how the teachings of Jesus just might help create change.
This episode is brought to you by Children International (www.children.org/give).
December 9, 2016
EP. 37 — Tom Friedman on how Americans became unmoored
Guest Thomas L. Friedman
In 2007, everything changed. At least, that’s according to journalist Tom Friedman, who tells David in this episode how 2007 was the single greatest technological inflection point since the printing press—and how we all missed it.
This episode is brought to you by Proper Cloth (www.propercloth.com/gregory).