A young feminist needs Hillary Clinton like a fish needs a bicycle, to paraphrase a saying popularized by former feminist icon Gloria Steinem. On episode #29 of Scott Ott Podcast, we talk with my 27-year-old Progressive daughter, Grace Barron-Martinez about Steinem’s awkward interview with comedian Bill Maher, and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s damnation of Grace and her fellow non-Hillaryites to a special place in Hell. What can Hillary do to turn the tide of youth, and especially young women, toward the one who would become the first female president?
Hillary Clinton, speaking at a Democratic town hall meeting hosted by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, said she received $675,000 for speeches to Goldman Sachs, the Wall Street finance firm, because “that’s what they offered.”
Nevertheless, she said, Goldman knows that, “I’m going to shut ’em down. I’m going after them. I’m going to jail them if they should be jailed. I’m going to break them up.”
The multitude of inaccurate reports also does not change the likelihood of Hillary Clinton’s six-coin-toss winning streak was 1/64. It was not.
Would President Bernie Sanders have to Bern down the House…and the Senate…in order to accomplish his socialist purposes. In this episode of Scott Ott Podcast, I talk with my daughter — and Sanders supporter — 27-year-old Grace Barron-Martinez. She explains what she thinks Sen. Sanders means when he says that if Congress won’t cooperate, he’ll go straight to the American people.
Did Hillary Clinton’s endorsement from a young feminist icon backfire? HBO ‘Girls’ star Lena Dunham takes heat from her own fans for backing an establishment candidate, who protects an accused serial sexual abuser (Bill Clinton). On episode 26 of Scott Ott Podcast we talk with my 27-year-old daughter, Grace, who has some surprising insights into her generation’s reaction to Hillary, and Lena…not to mention Bernie Sanders.
— Dear White People: a love letter
— George Soros reveals ISIS strategy
— Should we bomb Aladdin’s hometown, and then take in its refugees?
— Finding common ground with Bernie Sanders
— The end of Scott Ott’s washing machine saga