So how does Malcolm Gladwell feel about his appearance on The Glenn Beck Program? Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014 at 1:36 PM EDT During a Redditt “Ask Me Anything”, Malcolm Gladwell opened up about his appearance on Glenn’s TV show and the importance of listening to other viewpoints: A lot of people wondered why I went on Glenn Beck’s show. I don’t agree with a lot of what he says. But i was curious to meet him. And my basic position in the world is that the most interesting thing you can do is to talk to someone who you think is different from you and try and find common ground. And what happened! We did. We actually had a great conversation. Unlike most of the people who interviewed me for David and Goliath, he had read the whole book and thought about it a lot. My lesson from the experience: If you never leave the small comfortable ideological circle that you belong to, you’ll never develop as a human being. Watch a video from the interview below: Anonymous SO SERVE YOUR COUNTRY Fight back against the federal MOB become a keyboard warrior and help us fight the war of ideas by sharing these FREE SONGS! FREE DOWNLOAD SPREAD IT AND SPREAD THE MESSAGE OF FREEDOM! https://soundcloud.com/user262008952/i-believe-in-the-constitution-5 https://soundcloud.com/user262008952/lifes-been-good-to-me-so-far_3 https://soundcloud.com/user262008952/federal-agent-man-7 https://soundcloud.com/user262008952/i-worked-for-the-irs-2 Osaka Williams Fellow Patriots: I’ve found this to be a powerful antidote for the intellectual plague of today’s liberals and progressives: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0094KY878 Josh I think you missed the moral of this story. Rather than advocating for the consumption of more information sourced within your “small comfortable ideological circle”, as Gladwell says above, why don’t you speak with a progressive and find some common ground.