“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: 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.
The Score: Perriello for the win
On the radio show this week: Scott makes his pick for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination; Arlogance returns with a vengeance; Obamacare on the chopping block; and celebrity videos.
He knows when you’re awake
It’s the Christmas show, complete with a debate about Santa’s politics, snowflakes, office parties, Lt. Gov. Ralph, and crossing the Delaware.
The Score: Cover Your Ears, Open Your Wallets, You Will Be Made to Care
On the radio show this week: The worst, and most hateful Christmas music (according to Scott); crony capitalism filches headlines again; living high on the taxpayer’s dime; and caring. Or, how badthink leads to a backlash.
Erasing Mr. Jefferson
On the show this week: revisionist snowflakes at UVA, Donald Sutherland checks his privilege, Hillary’s back, Tim’s out, and Scott’s lost in the supermarket.
Crawling Through the Wreckage
On the radio show this week: Picking through the remains of the election, and finding things good, bad, and utterly ridiculous. Triggers a-plenty, for the weak of heart and mind.
More Powerful than a President
Without gunshot, armies, or death, you have the power to make a revolution and change the course of history.
Slouching Toward Election Day
On the show this week: Hillary’s greatest hits; a dose of policy from Paul Ryan; a lecture from the President; and Fightin’ Joe. Really Richmond?
The Score: Baseball and Politics
It’s really all about the designated hitter. Plus, Terry McAuliffe’s super powers, Tim Kaine’s chat with Pusha T, and the evil that is the canoe.