In this episode of the Leaders podcast, we answer your questions and talk about the history of time. We even take live calls on the air! Later, Time enthusiast Stephen Rossi joins us remotely from Bloomfield, with some strong opinions about today's political climate.
Ben and John are joined via satellite with James Lee, of New York City, New York. We talk all things business but can't help delve into some of the more staple topics on the Leaders Podcast. Listen to this episode and be ready to close the deal.
Join us tonight for this season's most anticipated political debate ever. The Leaders Podcast
Debate Night 2017. In front of a live audience and discussing a wide variety of hot button issues facing the nation, Ben and John hash out the finer details of what some might call the beating hear tof this nation. No matter what your political party slash gender affiliation, we know you will be enthralled with this compelling debate.
Season 2 premiere. Ben and John discuss the benefits of being raised by wolves, versus the negatives. Later, they do a full dive into the Wikipedia page of Earle Simmons, better known as DMX a.k.a. Dark Man X.
In this episode of The Leaders Podcast, Ben and John discuss the many theories regarding life after death or the after life or... lack thereof. Ben and John have a spirited debate on the merits of opposing. Later, they dissect the hit musical phenomenon from 2007, 'Same Girl' performed by R. Kelly featuring Usher. Also, our first sponsor!
On this episode of the Leaders Podcast, Ben and John interview Father Patrick Donaghy, a sometimes controversial religious figure in Ireland. We discuss his upcoming book, "Not In My Backyard." Later, we are joined by music critic and resident Psycho-Naut, Grady Ray.
Prompted by a call from a listener, Ben and John launch an investigation into the paranormal. Do ghosts exist? This is easily the most terrifying and utterly haunting episode of The Leaders Podcast and we must advise that no one under 18 should EVER be allowed to listen.
Ben and John address what could be described as arguably the most pressing issue facing humanity: robots. Also, Frank from Arlington calls, on this weeks episode of the Leaders Podcast.
Ben and John are joined their longtime friend and colleague, Matt Vaughn. We discuss topics ranging from medicinal marijuana for dogs, Kong Skull Island, and we review the merits of the Stanford Prison Experiment in this week's "Science, Now!" segment.
Ben and John answer as many listener questions as they can handle. Then, we take a deeper look into the life of Roy Sullivan, otherwise known as The Human Lightning Rod. He holds the world record for most times struck by lightning, but who was he really? Find out on this episode of The Leaders Podcast