From 1980 through the late 1990’s, the Mark Scott show was broadcast from 3p.m. until 6 p.m. on WXYT in Detroit.
Mark Scott shared his libertarian views, his love of Ayn Rand and her objectivist philosophy.
Mark Scott was knowledgeable in history, economics, politics, philosophy, religion, nutrition, exercise and the martial arts. His shows were filled with valuable information.
Mark Scott introduced his readers to numerous authors and books. A few of them are listed below.
1) Harry Browne was the Libertarian candidate for president in 1996 and 2000. “Why Government Doesn’t Work” by Harry Browne described the reasons big government caused our constitutionally limited republic to have problems and the solution to those problems.
2)Morris Tannehill and Linda Tannehill wrote “The Market For Liberty” which described how a laissez faire country could be put in place by privatizing all the activities of government.
3) Malachi Martin was a catholic priest, a biblical scholar, a close friend of pope John Paul II, the author of 15 books and an exorcist.”Windswept House” by Malachi Martin described the push for a one world government and the thick satanic thread running through the people and organizations pushing for a one world government.
Malachi Martin said that all the events in “Windswept House” actually took place but names were changed to protect the innocent. The book starts out in the 1950’s with a black mass being said in a catholic church in Century City, California and a co-black mass being said in a side church of the Vatican.
John Paul II is one of the heroes of “Windswept House”. He is seen fighting evil inside and outside the catholic church.
4) “The Creature From Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin described the way international bankers influenced U.S. politics in order to elect Woodrow Wilson who sold out the United States by putting the Federal Reserve System in place. The fed allowed international bankers to take control the United States money supply.
The list of authors and books introduced to Mark Scott’s audience is too numerous to fully document.
After Mark Scott left the air, there was a void in libertarian talk radio but that void is now being filled by WSPD in Toledo.
On weekdays, the Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh shows are sandwiched between libertarian hosts Fred LeFebvre and Brian Wilson.