The Score: GOP Tax Reform, LBGTQ Youth Initiative, Green Cars, Anti-Harassment Training

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

Republican tax cuts were front and center in Congress as Republicans worked for tax reform. Then there’s the LBGTQ youth initiative where “he” and “she” are out, “they” is in for trans-identity. Meanwhile, a mom in Norfolk was charged with a felony for putting a recorder in her child’s backpack because her daughter had been bullied.

Norm Leahy joins in the conversation about Terry McAliffe’s electric car company, Green Tech Automotive, and 22 Chinese citizens who claim they were swindled out of half a million dollars each after allegedly being promised U.S. Visas that were never received. Norm also talk about Nick Freitas, the  Republican who has been rumored to be thinking of throwing his hat in the U.S. Senate race against incumbent Tim Kaine.

Next, do we really need a national bill for anti-harassment training? Was Barbara Comstock’s bill really necessary, or do we need to bring back simple morality? And finally, the White House decorations have caused controversy. Winter wonderland, or spooky? Depends on who you ask.

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  • old_redneck

    I just read this in the Washington Post. This MUST be a joke . . . right?

    — quote

    E.W. Jackson, a firebrand minister who says yoga leads to Satan and gay people are ill, plans to announce he is seeking the Republican nomination to challenge U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) next year, according to Jackson’s finance
    director.

    Jackson will announce his candidacy on Dec. 11 in the Chesapeake area, said Steven Thomas, who said he is raising money for Jackson’s campaign and filled the same role during Jackson’s 2013 losing bid for lieutenant governor.

    A website registered to Jackson was updated Tuesday and announces “EW Jackson for U.S. Senate.”

    . . .

    end quote

    Let’s see . . . Corey Stewart and now E.W. Jackson. Today’s Republican Party.

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