Channeling That American Anger


There have always been rifts in America; it’s part of our often turbulent history. But right now the anger is coming to the surface. Veterans advocate, author of Chasing Ghosts, and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, Paul Rieckhoff, is feeling it — and he wants to talk about solutions on his new podcast Angry Americans. Rieckhoff has teamed up with Cadence13 to produce the podcast, which will explore the most important issues facing our country with a wide range of influential and compelling guests from Capitol Hill to Hollywood to Silicon Valley.

The anger that drove the Civil Rights movement, and that inspires people of all generations to raise their voices and unrelentingly strive for change — no matter our political leanings — is the key to desperately needed change, as Rieckhoff sees it. As a politically independent leader he is well positioned to facilitate the broader national conversation about America’s future.

“Paul Rieckhoff is a force of nature who brings passion, patriotism, and purpose to everything he does,” said Chris Corcoran, Chief Content Officer, Cadence13. “We are excited to add Paul and his passionate, independent, important voice to the podcast audience.”

Rieckhoff will be joined on the first episode of Angry Americans by Willie Geist, co-anchor of MSNBC’s Morning Joe and anchor of NBC’s Sunday Today show.

Angry Americans launches April 4, 2019 on Apple Podcasts,, and wherever podcasts are available. Listen to the trailer and subscribe HERE.


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