Just received word that Scott Ott Podcast has been approved on the new, soon-to-launch, Google Play Podcast service.* This means you will lack any credible reason for missing even a single episode of Scott Ott Podcast. (Other than the tired old excuse, “I don’t like Scott Ott, so why would I listen to his podcast?”)
Until Google’s podcast service goes LIVE, you still have more listening options than you deserve.
In Scott Ott Podcast #9: The New York Times makes the weakest gun control argument ever, and puts it on the front page as an editorial. Plus, Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia gets branded as a racist for saying something in open court during an affirmative action case that you might consider kindness and common sense.
This episode of Scott Ott Podcast was drawn from a Scott Ott Show originally streamed live on YouTube on December 10, 2015.
Should an apocalyptic Muslim prophesy, as President Obama suggests, restrain the United States from putting boots on the ground to defeat the Islamic State. In this episode of Scott Ott Podcast (#8), we examine our commander-in-chief’s claim that we’d simply be playing into the hands of the enemy by fulfilling the prophesy.
Scott Ott Podcast #8 includes audio excerpts from a Scott Ott Show which originally streamed live on YouTube, December 10, 2015.
Obviously, you want a presidential candidate who shares your principles, agrees with you on the issues and has good character. But if you could have only one of the three which would you pick? In this Scott Ott Podcast, I make the case that character trumps all.
Scott Ott Podcast #7 contains audio excerpts of a Scott Ott Show that originally streamed live on YouTube December 10, 2015.
Democrats think they’re going to win the White House in 2016 by decrying “the civil rights issue of our day” — income inequality. But in this episode (#6) of Scott Ott Podcast, I call for Republicans to become the champions of income inequality and I explain why.
Audio excerpts from this podcast originally appeared in Scott Ott Show, October 22, 2015.
I was brought up by a self-trained, farm-raised, WWII-hardened inveterate fiddler who would try to fix anything…and often succeed. So, when I accidentally ripped the front bumper off the Saturn, I decided to figure out how to fix it. As it turns out, it didn’t just snap back into place as I had surmised.
My lovely bride bought me a gift certificate for a “discovery flight” with Monarch Air in Addison, Texas. After several weather-related re-schedulings, I finally took the flight this morning (12/5/2015). I got to to steer, climb and descend, while Levi, the flight instructor, kept his hands and feet firmly on the controls. We were near Dallas-Fort Worth Airport and Love Field, as well as a number of smaller airports, so there was quite a bit of traffic. Here’s the only minute of video I shot in flight — at about 2,500 feet, if I recall correctly. The rest of the time, I was busy making sure Levi did all the proper flight thingies and stuff. He did good.
I intended to talk about the politics of gun control in the aftermath of the literal-Islamist butchery at a mental health facility in California this week. However, the conversation took a very different turn, as I had to admit that the real answer is not found among politicians or pundits.
Audio excerpts in this podcast drawn from Scott Ott Show, which streamed live on YouTube, December 3, 2015.