Dade Phelan is at it again.
The RINOS are NOT Happy...
Listen to Luke's friendly debate with Nicki Truesdell on the future of school choice in Texas.
What do you do with an extra $27 billion dollars? Plus it's time to step up for Texas children!
The Texas voter base is growing at an incredible rate.
Luke asks Tyler Bowyer about how Arizona could pull Texas in the right direction.
Texas voters are far more conservative than their elected officials in Austin.
Luke explains how Florida is leading Texas regarding ESG.
Luke talks to Investigative Reporter Robert Montoya about the Chinese Communist Party infiltrating Texas schools.
Luke talks about the border invasion with Ken Cuccinelli.
Luke explains why the Texas House Republican Caucus is punishing certain conservative members.
Luke talks about the Texas House Freedom Caucus, the border invasion, and more.
Luke Macias reflects on the Fourth of July.
Luke Macias rejoices for end of Roe vs. Wade.
Luke Macias talks highlights from the Texas GOP Convention in Houston.
Luke explains John Cornyn's efforts to make a deal with the Democrats.
Luke Macias asks Texas for Fiscal Responsibility’s Tim Hardin about the Texas Prosperity Plan.
Luke Macias explains how John Cornyn is betraying his voters.
Luke Macias gives a runoff election update.
The Texas Supreme Court made a complex ruling this week.
Luke Macias talks about education in Texas.
Luke hosts a guest panel to talk about the relationship between Christianity and the government.
Luke explains how Florida's recent battle against Disney affects business in Texas.
Luke Macias talks with journalist Holly Hansen.
Luke Macias explains the stark differences between Dan Patrick's and Dade Phelan's responses to Disney's sexual agenda.
Luke Macias talks about Greg Abbott's questionable runoff endorsements.
This week, Luke Macias explains how Stephanie Klick killed the bill banning child gender modification on children in Texas.
Today Luke asks Nate Hochman some important questions about the Governor's response to the illegal invasion on the southern border.
This week Luke examines the current state of CTR in Texas.
This week Luke explains what the GOP Ballot Initiatives mean for Texans.
Luke Macias explains what the Texas primary election results mean for citizens.
This week, Luke Macias explains the importance of going to church.
Luke tells us what he learned talking to hundreds of Texas voters.
Luke Macias explains how the Texas legislature rewards bad behavior.
This week Luke Macias explains how maximize your votes impact.
This week Luke Macias Interviews Brandon Waltens
This week Luke interviews Kambree Nelson.
The Supreme Court has ruled that some vaccine mandates are unconstitutional.
Why are we letting unvaccinated Texans get fired by woke corporations?
Luke talks about Upcoming GOP Ballot Propositions.
One thing is certain about 2022: It's time for Texas to step up and take it to the next level.
I spend most weeks trying to educate and empower each of you in the hopes that this will give you the tools necessary to enact positive change in Texas.
Ken Paxton is pushing CPS to actually start investigating cases of child abuse that involve transitioning children, putting the hot potato back onto Abbott's agency who keep trying to get out of actually stoping the abuse that's going on.
The times in which we live are truly remarkable and worth taking some time to digest.
This week Luke talks with Matt Krause about Child Gender Modification
Do you want the good news or the bad news first?
Texas has embraced identity politics and is rationing top-tier COVID care for blacks and Hispanics while denying white and Asian Texans Monoclonal antibody treatment.
Conservatives across the nation are very concerned about the fate of the Texas Heartbeat Act, after Justices Kavanaugh and Barrett spent a significant amount of their time undermining the law with their questions.
Today is another one of those heavy process episodes where we dive into how some Republican lawmakers in Austin killed a ban on the gender transitioning of minors.
Texas is allowing companies across the Lone Star State to fire their employees, Texans are asking why this is happening when Republicans control the Legislature, and State Rep. Steve Toth has now revealed that the reason we can't pass a bill to protect patriotic Texans is that Greg Abbott doesn't support the legislation.
State agency employees in Texas have been advancing radical transgender ideologies with Texas children.
How could a priority supported by so many Texans be thwarted in the Texas House?
This week, we talk about two different things going on with election integrity that seem to have risen to the top: policy and political drama that is plaguing weak GOP elites.
Our nation and state are shifting further left, and politicians who claim to be with us seem to be letting it happen.
What will it take to end sexual transitioning of Texas children?
For all of our listeners and viewers you don't wonder about my position on this issue, but it's a massive debate going on around the nation and around the world.
Today we tackle abortion.
Last week was incredibly eye opening for Texans who are fighting for a secure border.
Several months ago Greg Abbott said "We are going to start arresting everyone coming across the border".
This week's episode is shorter because I'm updating you from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Today, we give you an update on the James Younger case and Abbott asking CPS to decide whether child abuse is child abuse.
Last week, Governor Abbott—after being pressured by lawmakers, political opponents, and grassroots conservatives—took more action
Overnight, the Texas House Republicans realized that honesty is a virtue and their long history of promoting deceit will have consequences.
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.
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.
The seventh episode on this show was a conversation with Michael Sullivan.
Last week, on Father's Day, my dad spent some time talking to us about my grandfather.
Our children are being exposed to pornography while almost every aspect of social conservative values is being chipped away from every angle.
While some statewide officials are turning their focus toward the border crisis, others are distracted by party infighting. We also take a look at a local county judge election with statewide implications on today's show.
There is a lot of finger-pointing going on right now, as Texas Republicans failed to pass election integrity legislation.
Republicans in the Texas House killed most Republican priorities this session.
This week, we discuss notable comments from State Rep. Jeff Leach and Attorney General Ken Paxton.
This absolutely ludicrous, disgusting capitulation to the radical left should disturb all Texans (except for the most radical elements of our state).
We start off this week discussing the story that broke last week covering the sexual relationship between Representative Lacey Hull, Cole Hefner, and their mutual campaign consultant, Jordan Berry.
Gennie Morrison took over the Texas House on budget night, and to say it was a takedown of Dade Phelan and Greg Bonnen is an understatement.
Constitutional carry passed the Texas House and is being killed in the Texas Senate, likely by Joan Huffman.
Chip Roy is someone I respect tremendously. I was proud to work tirelessly on a personal level to ensure Chip was re-elected in 2020.
The Texas House is not a body that is led by a strong moral ethic; this much we know is true, and it's important that we recognize that.
“There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he does not mind who gets the credit.”
What are the Texas GOP Legislative Priorities? How does an issue become a priority, and how much effort is the Texas GOP putting into passing these priorities in 2021?
After eight months, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is removing his mask mandate. What took so long?
Hear why the Texas House is moving so slowly and what Texans can do to move a conservative agenda forward.
The more I read this bill, the worse it got.
Will the legislature take a leadership role or reactive role in fixing the issues with Texas' power grid.
Wealthy government-subsidized oligarchies have been exposed.
Character matters, and religious liberty isn't enough.
Over the last eight years, our politicians' decision to largely stay on the sidelines of cultural battles was something they could get away with more easily than they'll be able to in 2021.
We learned a ton during last week's rules debate in the Texas House.
Today we discuss 6 things the Texas legislature will decide in 2021.
Many things will be said about the battle where Shelley Luther took on Greg Abbott, the entire Austin Swamp, the Democrat Party of Texas and Drew Springer.
Dan Patrick announced he is changing the rules of the Senate in order to remove Democrats' ability to "veto" Republican agenda items.
Dishonesty is not only expected but will even be promoted from within the ranks of the Texas House.
I think many of you will really enjoy today's episode. We sit down with two different GOP political consultants to discuss the election results in Texas.
We are having a busy week in Texas. Lubbock continues to be ground zero for pro-life Texans, and activists are fighting valiantly to protect the unborn.
Allen West is making it clear that the Texas GOP expects to see legislative victories in 2021 that reflect the priorities of the Republican grassroots in Texas.
While we still await the final results of the national election we have Texas results in, and the data is fascinating.
Some things are more important than elections, even on election day.
Some of you may assume you know who I’m voting for this year. What you might not know is that I didn’t vote for Donald Trump in 2016.
House leadership for at least a decade has had little to no vision, and have pursued unity with Democrats.
"I think I know why Ken Paxton won't resign. I honestly don't know why Greg Abbott hates bar owners."
Greg Abbott rolled out anti-riot legislation, following the lead of Florida Governor Ron Desantis. How do the two plans compare?
Toth and Hall collectively articulate the frustration of conservatives over the inappropriate actions of the executive branch in Texas.
The word “hypocrisy” is being overused in today’s climate.
"We have to end the madness."
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