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An Ugly Truth Plaguing Texas

Is sex slavery really in Texas? The truth is sad and gut-wrenching. Texas Scorecard's investigative reporter Robert Montoya joins us today.

The Fight To Protect Our Texas Children

There’s a lot going on in the media lately regarding our children and their exposure to explicit materials, drag shows, and "gender-affirming" care, or as I prefer to put it, the mutilation of young children too young to make those kinds of decisions for themselves. Our guest this week works to protect our children from these evils.

Is Texas Education Being Infiltrated?

This week, I visit with Robert Montoya from Texas Scorecard. Robert is an investigative reporter and together with his colleague, Kristen Stanciu, they have produced a four-part series that takes a deep dive into Texas education and the corruption that is taking place.

A Conversation with Kari Lake

You can find her any day of the week out on the trail continuing her fight for freedom and liberty in our great nation. Lets meet her now.

Is Texas Really a Conservative State?

This week my special guest, former Texas State Rep. Jonathon Stickland joins me to discuss whether Texas truly is a conservative state. The answer to this question affects us all.

The Courage To Lead

After numerous calls from legislators and citizens, the Carroll ISD made their move, away from the very left leaning TASB.

The Trans Cancer

The establishment media showed their hand in a way that should both alarm and enrage any sane person. And then, when you take a step back from their propaganda, you’ll notice something very interesting.

A Conversation With Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare

We have a conversation with newly elected Tarrant County Judge Tim O’Hare. We ask him about his legislative priorities at the commissioners court and, most specifically, what he has accomplished in his first 90 days. You won't want to miss this!

Who Really Owns Your Property?

Tim Hardin from Texans For Fiscal Responsibility lays out a plan for eliminating property taxes in Texas. It’s not something that would happen overnight, but it is definitely possible. The big question is: Will the public servants in our state Capitol have the will?