The Score

The Score: The Return of Clintonomics


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

Scott Lee takes a look back at Hillary Clinton’s economic plan, and talks with the Club for Growth‘s Doug Sachtleben about the particulars (hint: Clinton’s speech was long on what government can do for and to you, in the name of ending inequality).

Scott and I discuss the presidential race, noting Donald Trump’s visit to Abingdon earlier in the week, and a GOP press call later in the week focused on Tim Kaine and the Jens Soering case. Trump went after Kaine, calling the Senator “a disaster” during his time as governor, and pushing the Kaine as tax hiker line. Dels. Rob Bell and Todd Gilbert took reporters through the Soering issue, saying Kaine still has yet to offer a coherent answer for why he wanted to transfer the convicted double murderer to Germany.

Scott also talks with former Del. David Ramadan about the University of Virginia’s $2.3 billion “slush fund, and why you should care about it. Ramadan throws some big punches — words like “illegal” and “hoarding” are used.

Plus, budget math, and other things government is incapable of getting right.

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