Score: A Lesson in Constitutional Government
On the show this week: the Gorsuch hearings; “The View,” the sweet spot,” melting the snowflakes, and the Macker gets one right.
The Score: Cutting budgets, and cutting taxes
On the radio show this week: The President proposes to shuffle the budget; The EPA freak-out; Virginia Republicans get into a bidding war on tax cuts; Tom Perriello engages in handwaving; and March Madness.
The GOP Punts on Health Insurance
On the radio show this week: Women on strike, congressional Republican botch health insurance, while their Virginia cousins prep for the last war. And kids…Sen. Kaine’s and you’re own. If only there was an app to set them all right…
The Score: Brave New Worlds, Same Nonsense
On the show this week: Virginia makes “The View”; congressional town halls; editorial boards, billboards, and…slime.
The Score: La Resistance
On the show this week: Democrats embrace resistance; gun rights advance in the General Assembly; rolling the tape on Tim Kaine and Tom Perriello; imitation and flattery from the left; and, to set things right, a kind gesture.
The Score: Bernie and Ted and Betsy and Sean (Plus Posters)
On the radio show this week: Bernie and Ted debate; the General Assembly dives into social issues; education runs into Arlogance; and Sean Spicer makes Scott’s day.
The Score: 2017 Election is All About Trump
On the show this week: Judicial power and picks, Trump rules the gubernatorial race; The Governor lands at Dulles; Mark Warner tuns on Betsy DeVos; and a cranky Mark Herring.
The Score: Kaine’s attack on DeVos
On the show this week: Sen. Kaine goes after Betsy DeVos, and school choice; Bernie is still trying to give away free stuff; vultures, Tim Tebow, the race for DNC chair, and excuses. Plus, clips. Lots of clips.
The Score: The Denver Riggleman interview
Rick Sincere talks with Denver Riggleman about the issues, philosophy, and aims of his GOP gubernatorial bid.
The Score: They’re back…
On the show this week: The General Assembly has returned to Richmond, so make sure to bury the silver. Mr. Obama offers a long, fluffy goodbye; fresh blood in the gubernatorial race (as opposed to the brick-like leftovers of previous contests); To Perriello pens a letter to Democrats; monkey drool and frat boys (but we repeat ourselves) and…choosing a theme song for the Perriello campaign. Scott wants your suggestions.