There is such a thing as “righteous anger.” We should fight against injustice every step of the way—and with zeal! Yet what permeates today’s politics is “easy” anger, that is, simply looking for a scapegoat and inciting anger for anger’s sake. Whether on the right or left, most popular talking points are more like finger-pointing. In today’s episode, Stephen asks us to do away with this kind of useless animosity. Strong leaders lead—and rise above unrighteous anger.


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