On this podcast edition of “The Score” radio show…
Scott Lee finds signs of Sen. Mark Warner, who has kept a low profile for quite some time. Needless to say, Scott’s not a fan of the senior Senator. Mr. Warner’s recent defense of Hillary Clinton’s trustworthiness, her tax plans, and more, leaves Scott in high dudgeon. It also leads to a discussion of who has first claim on your money — you, or the state.
That’s just the warm-up, as Mr. Warner expounds on estate taxes, Social Security taxes, the federal balance sheet, and various Washington Monument strategies for reducing spending. The bright side is it all results in Scott offering a brief impression of Thurston Howell, III. For those wondering about budget balancing, check out Dan Mitchell’s post on the latest CBO numbers.
While Scott’s wound up, what better time than to revisit some remarks Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine about race. Scott says Kaine is “pandering,” and an effort to “divide us.” But it’s just the beginning, as Mr. Kaine has much more to say about the minimum wage, taxes, sticking it to the rich, and more.
Plus, Hillary Clinton supporters think repealing the Second Amendment is a neat idea, and a story about a young Harrisonburg, Virginia girl who was stiffed on a tip, because the customers said, on their bill, “we only tip citizens” (nevermind that the girl isn’t just a citizen, but working her butt off to earn a living).
After all that, it’s time for a little Mozart…
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