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Ciaran O'Connor (former communications staffer for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama) and John Wood, Jr. (former GOP officer and Republican congressional nominee against Maxine Waters) bring left and right together in an effort to heal the anger in American politics. These two millennial, political entrepreneurs take on current events, interviewing thought leaders and public figures from both sides of the aisle and looking outside the box for goodwill and common ground. John and Ciaran are leaders at Better Angels – a grassroots, national, bipartisan organization seeking to depolarizae American politics and restore civil society.

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    • 4.5, 13 Ratings

Ciaran O'Connor (former communications staffer for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama) and John Wood, Jr. (former GOP officer and Republican congressional nominee against Maxine Waters) bring left and right together in an effort to heal the anger in American politics. These two millennial, political entrepreneurs take on current events, interviewing thought leaders and public figures from both sides of the aisle and looking outside the box for goodwill and common ground. John and Ciaran are leaders at Better Angels – a grassroots, national, bipartisan organization seeking to depolarizae American politics and restore civil society.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

navnm ,

Reprieve from contentious politics

The Better Angels podcast and organization is respite for my weary listening ears. The topics of the day are discussed in under the umbrella of how we move closer to our fellow Americans instead of deepening our contempt for the other side. I highly recommend it to Red and Blue citizens!

Curlytop2243 ,

What?

The Rusty Reno episode is incredibly hard to understand. He is constantly interrupting the host, and then can’t seem to complete a sentence. Are all of your podcasts this awful? I can’t even follow the train of thought.

wyode ,

Loved the conversation with Monica Guzman!!

Please have her in for more in-depth discussion about evergrey. This is a brilliant way to bring people together in urban environments. We have an epidemic of loneness and people moving to urban areas leaving places where they were connected. The evergrey model is a fabulous way to bring people into connection. And it’s not a bar or club. You don’t have to drink to make a meaningful human connection!! This needs to spread! Churches are losing membership but people don’t have an alternative method to make meaningful connections. The evergrey model is it!!

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