Last Friday, the Texas House of Representatives killed an effort to bring school choice to Texans. On this week’s Liberty Café, Bill talks about why killing the proposal was actually the best thing the Legislature could have done for education and liberty.
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Last week Texans voted to increase state spending by $13.8 billion. This week on the Liberty Cafe, Bill looks at how this will centralize power in Texas government at the expense of the people.
One doesn’t have to be a rocket scientist or philosopher to understand that some very unhealthy things are going on in our world today. On this week's Liberty Cafe, Bill talks with Idaho entrepreneur Andrew Crapuchettes about how he is taking on some of these...
On November 7, Texans will vote whether to spend $13.8 billion of taxpayer money. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill examines how Texas corporations are doing all they can to make sure they get their hands on our money.
Texans have an opportunity to cut state spending by up to $13.8 billion on November 7. And Texas politicians can do nothing about it. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill explains how eight constitutional amendments on the ballot provide voters this opportunity.
Donald Trump had one of the most successful, conservative administrations in U.S. history. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill will discuss some signs that suggest a second Trump administration may not be as conservative.
Last week, Texas experienced its first electric grid emergency since Winter Storm Uri. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill explains why the emergency would have never occurred on a grid without renewable energy.
On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill talks with Julie McCarty and Fran Rhodes of the True Texas Project about the first day of Ken Paxton’s Senate trial and why the impeachment and trial pose a threat to the liberty of Texans.
Texas politicians had a problem this year: they had more money than they could legally spend. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill explains how the Texas Legislature skirted an important constitutional spending limit without having to explain to anyone what they did.
How does the Bible apply to America today? That can be a controversial topic. On this week’s Liberty Café, Bill examines this question in the context of how we might apply the First Commandment to the United States.