About Our Host


N. Scott Jones brings 25 years of experience in business, politics and the media to his role as host of Pissed Off, Politically Speaking.

In politics, Scott has served three US presidents and two Texas governors as a key volunteer, staff and/or government appointee, including two terms as Chairman of the Texas Department of Transportation – MVB under Governors W.P. Clements and George W. Bush.  He has served as communications and campaign strategist for numerous local, state and national candidates for public office.

In addition to being founder and host of Pissed Off, Politically Speaking, Scott is a co-host of The Gang of 405, every Saturday morning on The 405 Radio from Los Angeles.  Scott got his start on radio as a political analyst on The Gary Snyder Show on WBAT 1400 in Northern Indiana.  In other media, Scott is an accomplished editorial columnist, and has served as a contributor to Dallas Morning News, Boston Herald and Irving Daily News.  During the 2012 presidential election, Scott was a recurring contributing columnist for the Daily Caller.  He spent five years as Editor of a national publication , The Insider, directed at PBS stations in the US for BBC Worldwide Americas.

In business, Scott served in executive management for three of the nation’s leading public relations firms, before forming his own boutique agency.  He has served nearly two dozen FORTUNE 500 CEOs directly involving some the most high profile public/crisis communications issues of the time.  He is a national “Who’s Who” in business and communications, and his work has been published extensively, including the Seton Hall Law Review.

Scott is a passionate defender of our country, liberties and rule of law.  He is dedicated to public service and mentoring our youth as the future of our nation.


About Our Show


Pissed Off, Politically Speaking (POPS), was born out of a frustration with the gridlock, partisanship and deception that defines today’s politics and policy.

The show emanates from a center-right point of view and seeks to give voice and analysis of national policy and politics that affect everyday Americans.

The show continually seeks to bring insightful, A-List guests, but also provide a platform for grassroots individuals and organizations to weigh in on it all.

We seek to offer intelligent, oft-times irreverent and colorful, commentary on public policy issues and the disconnect between the DC political class and every day people impacted by decisions made in Washington.

While we are not perpetually “pissed off,” we are rarely at a loss for issues to cover and explore in our effort to inform, engage and seek action from our listeners interested in making our country a better place.