Antonin Scalia, associate justice of the Supreme Court, died this week, but he left me with two priceless lessons — one about the Constitution, and the other about living a happy life. His view of the law, would keep the future in the hands of the people. His view of people would keep all of us happier in the long run. Joy and tears at the same time on this episode (#32) of Scott Ott Podcast.
When Trumpians attack! I recount my experience with my most popular Scott Ott Thought ever, that resulted in a barrage of obscene, racist, anti-Semitic insults from supporters of Donald Trump. In this episode, I also talk about what the late Antonin Scalia taught me this week about the Constitution and about life.
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.
Episode 9 of Scott Ott Show originally streamed live on December 10, 2015.
- 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.