My daughter Grace, a 27-year-old Bernie Sanders supporter, weighs in on the presidential race, the Trump and Sanders phenoms, and she makes a November predication. We kick off episode 28 of Scott Ott Show with our first-ever live interview (had a few audio hiccups, but straightened it out around the 6:10 min. mark.) Then, two viewer questions launch us into a passionate tribute to the pursuit of happiness, and of telling the federal government to stick it. And we end with some funny stories and a song.
I also carved out my interview with Grace from the rest, so you can get right to the best part of the show.
A black, woman, civil rights champion will be the face of the 20 dollar bill, supplanting Andrew Jackson, and I couldn’t be happier. Let’s have some fun at his expense on episode 45 of Scott Ott Podcast. (Sponsored by BillWhittle.com)
On this episode…
— GE CEO smacks Bernie Sanders off his socialist high horse
— FedEx CEO walks through the history of prosperity born from innovation, deregulation and free trade
— In praise of brokered conventions: A walk through the surprising history of Republicans nominating candidates who were not delegate leaders before the convention.
— Scott Ott sings
[NOTE: Annoying echo vanishes about 7:30 minutes in. I apologize for the glitch.]