The Score: Beto O’Rourke, Amy Laufer, Labor Day, Ben Cline, Hollywood Historiography
This week on The Score – What did Beto O’Rourke say when he came to Charlottesville? Is there a future…
The Score: Virginia Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, Growing Hemp, Pension Crisis
This week on The Score – What did Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue say when he met with Virginia farmers? Is there a future for industrial hemp? Can farmers meet the challenges of today’s agricultural sector? Will a crisis in pensions lead to economic failure?
Previewing The Score: Sonny Perdue and Denver Riggleman
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Congressman Denver Riggleman convened a panel of stakeholders to discuss farming in Albemarle County earlier this week. Here’s a preview of their press conference at Roslyn Farm near Charlottesville.
The Score: Venezuela Crumbles, Communism’s Fall, Designing Liberty, Taxing Writers
This week on The Score: What’s going on in Venezuela? How did Ronald Reagan win the Cold War against the Soviet Union? Can local governments in Virginia tax free-lance writers? Is there an administrative “design for liberty”?
The Score: Recycling History
This week on The Score: Summer vacations bring summer reading, so we talk to various authors about books they have written about history. Our topics include early America, Prohibition, World War II, and what goes on behind the scenes at the White House.
The Score: Biography Lessons
This week on The Score, we dip into the archives for conversations with various authors and historians who have written…
The Score: Market Urbanism, Senate Candidate, Moon Hoax, Conspiracy Theories
This week on The Score – Was the Apollo 11 moon landing a hoax? How can we apply market-based solutions to urban problems? Who is the newest candidate for the Virginia General Assembly and who is he running against?
The Score: Remembering Apollo 11 Fifty Years Later
This week on The Score: We look back at the Apollo Eleven moon landing, which happened 50 years ago this week.
The Score: Bitter Wheat, Chappaquiddick Anniversary, Firearms Session, WWII Surveys
This week on The Score – What happened fifty years ago at Chappaquiddick? How did World War Two soldiers respond to surveys? Will the Virginia General Assembly pass new gun laws? Is David Mamet’s new play worth a trip to London?
The Score: Jefferson’s Legacy, Khizr Khan, SCOTUS Review, Improving Debates, Negative Partisanship
This week on The Score – How can presidential primary debates be improved? What did the Supreme Court do during its just-ended term? Can Donald Trump win reelection in the current political climate? And we report from Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello on the anniversary of American independence.