On this Salcedo Storm Podcast: Actor, Filmmaker and Musician John Schneider's extensive acting career includes the iconic roles of "Bo Duke" on The Dukes of Hazzard, “Jonathan Kent” on Smallville and "Jim Cryer" on Tyler Perry's “The Haves and the Have Nots,” along...
Texas Scorecard Podcasts
Brandon Waltens looks at what to expect in Texas now that abortion is illegal.
Luke Macias rejoices for end of Roe vs. Wade.
Brandon Waltens sits down with Michael Quinn Sullivan and Jacob Asmussen.
After decades of being “blue,” Republicans let their opponents define them.
Bill Peacock explains why a free market is necessary for liberty.
Luke Macias talks with journalist Holly Hansen.
Brandon Waltens talks with journalist Erin Anderson and Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller.
Confiscatory taxes are what we pay for rejecting the gift of self-governance.
Bill Peacock talks about the cultural decline happening around around the world.
Luke Macias explains the stark differences between Dan Patrick’s and Dade Phelan’s responses to Disney’s sexual agenda.
Brandon Waltens is joined by Michael Quinn Sullivan and Robert Montoya.
Our system of government requires an informed and engaged citizenry, even when the politicians don’t like it. Especially because they don’t like it.
Policy expert Bill Peacock explains why Texans are over-paying for electricity.
Luke Macias talks about Greg Abbott’s questionable runoff endorsements.
This week Brandon is joined by Texas Scorecard’s Jeramy Kitchen to talk about the week’s news.
Twenty years ago Texas began its experiment allowing competition in the electricity market
Republicans are telling Texans they will “arrest” Democrats for breaking quorum, but we found out this week that they are all hat and no cattle.
There are 18 days left in the legislative special session.
As House Republicans “stand at ease” waiting for their Democrat colleagues to return, the Senate was busy passing conservative priorities.
Faith is easy when it is safe.
I love it when Texans are leading the way on a big conservative issue. It’s rare, unfortunately, but when it happens, I love bringing attention to it.
There are 25 days left in the Legislative Special Session.
The gooey, saccharine-sweet niceness demanded of us by politicians isn’t found anywhere in the Bible.
This week Brandon Waltens is joined by Jeramy Kitchen Texas Scorecard’s Capitol Correspondent, to talk about the first day of the special legislative session that kicked off this week in Austin.