The Score this week: progressive nannies, federal czars, ballot reform and spending reduction

On this podcast edition of “The Score” radio show…

Scott unleashes our special correspondent Rick Sincere on the commonwealth, and rick returns with a show-full of interviews.

He talks with the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Fred Smith about spreading the word on liberty in a world that’s content to lend a friendly ear to statism and later, Rick catches up with George Mason University’s Mark Rozell to talk about his new book on federal czars as well as the state of play in Virginia politics.

Rick also talks with Jonathan Bydlak, president of the Coalition to Reduce Spending (CRS) and the new Institute to Reduce Spending (IRS). Can there be a meaningful, productive dialogue on reducing spending? Bydlak believes so.

And Rick spends a few minutes with Sen. Mark Obenshain to talk about the various election reform and ballot security bills he has before the General Assembly.

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