Will Hillary Clinton win the White House thanks to Republican votes? Should Bernie Sanders mount an independent bid? And why is my 27-year-old Bernie-supporting daughter, Grace Barron-Martinez, kind of excited that Donald Trump has no more competition within the GOP? Episode 46 of Scott Ott Podcast offers some answers to these Berning questions…and more.
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.
Despite having two Cuban-American presidential candidates — Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio — Republicans don’t seem to be doing much to reach the rapidly growing Latino population. In this episode (#34) of Scott Ott Podcast, my daughter, Grace Barron-Martinez, makes the pitch for changing the approach from talk of walls and simmering xenophobia, to genuine connection with these future voters who share many Republican values.
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?