Scott Sloan On Demand

Scott Sloan On Demand

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Episodes

March 1, 2024 108 mins
Scott discusses why religion is fading in terms attendance with Dr Pat Hurley, the fate of the King Records building with Steve Goodin, and Austin Elmore joins Scott to update us on the latest at the NFL Combine.
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Scott talks with former Cincinnati Councilmember Steve Goodin about the future of the King Records building, and Bockfest.
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February 29, 2024 104 mins
A couple of big name restaurants faced PR trouble yesterday. Pat Crowley from Strategic Advisors joins Scott to discuss what they did right, and what they got wrong in their statements. Also Naomi Mathis from Disabled American Veterans breaks down the issues in Hamilton County, and explains why more vets are at risk. Finally John Stewart Mathis breaks down why politics might be killing religion.
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February 29, 2024 16 mins
Are politics killing religion? Scott brings on John Stewart Hill to discuss if the church is collapsing under the weight of partisan fighting, or if it can be saved.
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February 28, 2024 111 mins
Scott discusses the upcoming eclipse in April with Dean Regas, and the effect of the eclipse on the local economy. Also Joel Patterson joins Scott to discuss is Gen Z is ghosting employers, and Councilmember Jeff Crammerding discusses protecting the railroad sale investment.
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February 28, 2024 16 mins
Are Gen Z ghosting employers? They go through the interview, get the job, then never show up for work. Career expert Joel Patterson joins Scott to explain why this is happening, and what employers need to do to prevent it from happening to them.
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February 27, 2024 108 mins
Scott discusses a case of a local teen violently beating his teacher while claiming to be high with defense attorney Jeff Meadows, why a local man is trying to get out of jail time after shooting at police with Dan Hils, and finally Robert Verbruggen explains why police want to bring back 'stop and frisk'.
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February 27, 2024 14 mins
In response to high crime a few years ago, police began a controversial policy called 'stop and frisk'. It was later shut down, due to questions of civil rights violations. Now the debate to reinstate it has picked back up. Scott talks with Robert VerBruggen of the Manhattan Institute about why police want to bring this policy back.
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February 26, 2024 110 mins
Scott breaks down the early Spring Training action and basketball woes of Cincinnati with Austin Elmore and Sara Elyse, the situation at the southern border with former CBP agent Chris T Clem, Trumps big win in South Carolina with Dr, Frank Sorrentino, and how healthy is porn for your mental health with Julie Hattershire.
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February 26, 2024 16 mins
How bad is the situation at the southern border? Scott talks with former border patrol agent Chris T Clem about what is actually happening and if the Biden administration has any power to fix it.
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February 23, 2024 97 mins
Scott discusses government benefits with Judge Glock from the Manhattan Institute, Denise Driehaus from the Hamilton County Commission breaks down the funding approval for convention center, and Tiff Potter in for Allie and Jason Nathanson get you ready for the weekend.
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February 23, 2024 16 mins
Twenty Percent of U.S. households receiving benefits, pay taxes to receive those benefits. Judge Glock from the Manhattan Institute joins Scott to discuss what is going on with these benefits.
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February 22, 2024 106 mins
Scott talks with attorney Jason Phillabaum about who a local man who killed his three sons might walk because of mistakes made by the sheriff's deputies. Also Jerry Kaplan joins Scott to talk about the future of A.I., and Allan Collinge discusses the Biden administration's latest attempt to forgive student loan debt.
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February 22, 2024 16 mins
The Biden administration just forgave $1.2 Billion in student loans. Scott brings on Allen Collinge the founder of StudentLoanJustice.org to discuss who received the loan forgiveness and who is paying for it.
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February 21, 2024 107 mins
Scott welcomes in Steve Staniford from the Hamilton County Veterans Service Commission to discuss the status of the Veterans Commission after the funding concerns last year. Also Matt Brunning from ODOT discusses how citizens can suggest what happens in the Brent Spence Bridge corridor, and Brigham McCown says why the Biden Administration is taking the wrong approach to the green energy issue.
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February 21, 2024 17 mins
As plans move forward for a new I-71/75 bridge, the questions begin as to what to do with the land around the new bridge. Scott brings in Matt Brunning from the Ohio Department of Transportation to discuss a series of public hearings to allow the people to voice their opinions on what to do with the real estate.
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February 20, 2024 99 mins
Kentucky is poised to start charging some juveniles as adults for certain crimes. Scott discusses this with Campbell County prosecutor Michelle Snodgrass. Also Chris Nyhuis of Vigilant warns about the Chinese monitoring you through Twitter/X, and Paul Seegert breaks down the rural healthcare crisis.
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February 20, 2024 14 mins
As the healthcare industry continues to grow, there is one are of the country that is being left behind. Scott is joined by Paul Seegert to break down why rural areas are having issues finding proper healthcare.
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February 19, 2024 90 mins
Victoria Vogelsang, saveconeyislanders.com, discusses the Coney Island buyout. Jackie Bryson, President of Downtown Residents Council, is the city doing enough to curb violence? Vince Hall discusses the rural food crisis. Julie Hattershire on mental health Monday.
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February 16, 2024 105 mins
Scott is joined by Congressman Brad Wenstrup to discuss the latest threat to national security, Bobby Miles and Ken Anderson stop by to discuss the Autism Rocks event, and Steve Raleigh tells you how you can help a good cause while watching people like Scott make fun of Marty Brenneman.
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