“The Score” Radio Show is hosted by Richmond’s own Scott Lee (who, with his brother, co-hosts “The Lee Brothers”), “The Score” is a lively, intelligent and witty political talk radio show that’s syndicated across the commonwealth. Each week, Scott talks with people who know the score – national policy experts, opinion leaders, elected officials. His interviews and commentaries give you insights you won’t find on other talk radio programs in Virginia.
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The Score: 2017 New State Laws, Senators Warner and Kaine on Health Care
1800 new Virginia laws, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine on health care, and Mark Zuckerberg chips in for universal income.
Score: Kaine’s compassion, and Herring’s resistance
On the radio show this week: Tim Kaine puts a dollar figure on compassion; the attorney general candidates debate; Bernie goes full bigot; and gender follies.
Score: At the intersection of primary day, tyrants, and Trump
On the radio show this week: The Post has an “aw, shucks” moment; campaign ads against tyranny; the tyrant speaks; John Kerry chases rainbows; and new grad’s first day on the job.
Score: Confederates in the attic, and on the streets
On the radio show this week: budgets really do matter; the South rises yet again in Virginia politics; losers and the pop stars who emulate them; back to school brainwashing; and Memorial Day. Never forget.
Score: Woke recitals and the Governor’s thermometer
On the radio show this week: Scott among the dancers; the Governor fiddles with the thermostat; getting Congress back on track; restroom design follies; and Scott’s new favorite book.
Score: Ready to Rumble
On the show this week: Resistance, incompetence, chaos…ah, go give your Mom a call instead.
Score: The Looming Gubernatorial Primaries
On the show this week: Tax code fairness, and other liberal pieties; political ads, and other noxious weeds; religious liberty under assault, and sundry Trump responses; plus, Mark Warner, and other things that drive Scott Lee to distraction.
Score: Litmus Tests and Denied Boardings
On the show this week: Virginia Democrats race to see who can be the most pro-abortion candidate; United Airlines finds fresh new ways to alienate people; the arguments over wages that refuse to die; and the One who did die, so humanity could live again.
Score: Mindful mush
On the show this week: The greatest threat to humanity is just across the river; The Macker gets a trophy; UVA gets stuck in the downward dog; HUD makes a bunch of boo-boos; and Hillary is still back.
The Score: Train Wrecks and Trifectas
On the show this week: Obamacare may never go away; Republicans against the poor; three stops on a tour through media hell; and at last, a drone Scott actually finds useful.