24. Jonathan X from Afghanistan. The Spirit of 9/11. President Mayhem. Bringing the Taliban to Camp David. The War in Afghanistan Is Old Enough to Enlist. Tom Brady or Antonio Brown. The Lessons of Les Gelb. Ties Should Be Banned.

18 years later, America is still processing 9/11. And 9/11 First Responder Paul Rieckhoff (@PaulRieckhoff) digs into all of it. From Trump’s plans to meet with the Taliban at Camp David to the Department of Defense making cuts to pay for the wall, to how to talk to your kids about 9/11. It’s a time that should be about unity. And Angry Americans is here to unite all Americans around the 4 I’s: integrity, information, inspiration and impact.

The war in Afghanistan is now the longest war in US history. 18 years old. With no end in sight. Our war in Afghanistan is a teenager. It’s old enough to drive. It’s old enough to make its own choices. It’s old enough to get married to someone we don’t like. If Mitch McConnell has his way, it’s not old enough to use tobacco products. It’s NOT old enough to drink–which I think is bullshit. But regardless, the war in Afghanistan is almost 18 now. It’s old enough to legally do most things as an adult. And, now, it’s old enough to enlist. If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. And this important episode of Angry Americans will again reveal where attention must be paid most. Download the new Angry Americans podcast for free now. It’s full of integrity, information, inspiration and impact. Then, go behind-the-scenes of the show with video of host Paul Rieckhoff interviewing recent guests including Rachel Maddow, Ron Perlman, Ai Jen Poo and Ron Perlman at AngryAmericans.us.

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