Scott Ott Show, Ep. 26: Meet Sweet Young Woman Who’s Headed Back to Bolivian Jungle

Topics in this episode include…
— Scott Ott, the singing Wal-Mart People Greeter
— PJTV closes, but Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and I soldier on (hint: Visit: http://BillWhittle.com/membership to tap into the new hotness)
— Donald Trump, the weakest GOP frontrunner ever
— $1,000 gun tax
— Surprise interview with my daughter who’s headed to the jungle of Bolivia for six weeks this summer.  (See more info below, and the link I promised.) Jump to interview.
— Miracles of science fixing severed spines.

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From Haleigh…

Hey ya’ll!
I am headed back to Bolivia!
Summer 2013 I had the incredible opportunity to go on a short term missions trip to Bolivia with my church. God has continually put the people of Bolivia on my heart. I am following His voice and going.

I will be serving as an official intern with International Tribal Ministries for 4-6 weeks. My role will be ministering to the people in the unreached tribes in the jungles of Bolivia. Teaching, helping, loving, and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

I would love your support through prayer and finances. I am hoping to raise $2,300. This will cover a plane ticket, visa, and living expenses while I am serving.

Prayer is uber important…so please pray pray pray!!
By clicking “Going”, you are being added to my Prayer Team!!

If you would like to donate to my trip you can do so online or through good old snail mail (TAX DEDUCTIBLE):

ONLINE: Follow this link
(You can select my name and account number under the drop down menu “031 Ott, Haleigh”)

POSTAL MAIL:
International Tribal Ministries
416b E 4th Ave
Cordele, GA 31015

(Make checks out to International Tribal Ministries & Include a separate paper in the envelope with my name and account #031)

Obama Tears Up, Republicans Go Ballistic: Scott Ott Podcast #21

Obama tears up speaking of gun violence
New York Times, January 5, 2016

President Obama tears up talking about gun violence, and Republicans go ballistic — ridiculing him, and debunking his irrational arguments. In this episode of Scott Ott Podcast (#21), we consider the impact of Right-wing pro-gun arguments compared with the power of a president’s tears.

Episode 21 of Scott Ott Podcast includes audio excerpts drawn from Scott Ott Show which streamed live on YouTube, January 7, 2016.

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Winning the Gun Control Battle with a Weeping Obama

President Obama’s executive orders, aiming to stem gun violence, have sparked panic, anger, and insults about his weeping from the Right. But is that a winning approach? In episode #13 of Scott Ott Show we lay out a practical plan for Congress to address the president’s proposals, and a way for you to win your neighbors to the cause of liberty?

We also talk about Ted Cruz taking a stand on ethanol subsidies, and why Mindy Kaling and her ilk put white men to shame in the paycheck category.

Binge-watch Scott Ott Show right here. 

NYT Makes Weakest Gun Control Case Ever & Scalia Called Racist: Scott Ott Podcast #9

New York Times front page gun control editorial, December 5, 2015

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.

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Scott Ott Show, Ep. 9

Episode 9 of Scott Ott Show originally streamed live on December 10, 2015.

Topics…

  • Why character counts more than confidence in choosing a president.
  • The apocalyptic Muslim prophesy that keeps President Obama from defeating ISIS.
  • The weakest gun control argument ever just appeared as the first editorial in 95 years on the front page of The New York Times.
  • Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s common sense kindness toward Black college students labeled racism.