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Episode 153: Texas’ School Choice Fiasco

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 […]

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Episode 153: Texas’ School Choice Fiasco

Texans Can Save Billions by Voting No on November 7

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.

Episode 153: Texas’ School Choice Fiasco

Is Trump Becoming a RINO?

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.

Renewable Energy Generated the Texas Grid Emergency

Renewable Energy Generated the Texas Grid Emergency

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.

Breaking Down the Ken Paxton Trial

Breaking Down the Ken Paxton Trial

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. 

How the Texas Legislature Busted the Constitutional Tax Spending Limit

How the Texas Legislature Busted the Constitutional Tax Spending Limit

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.

The Biggest Threat to Liberty: Google, Gannett, or the DOJ?

The Biggest Threat to Liberty: Google, Gannett, or the DOJ?

Many conservatives have cheered recent state and federal antitrust enforcement efforts against Google. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill questions whether supporting these efforts is the best way to secure our liberty.

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 3

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 3

Corruption is endemic within Texas government. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill uses Amos 5 to help us understand how Texas government is full of politicians “who afflict the righteous, who take a bribe, and turn aside the needy in the gate.”

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 3

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 2

Even many atheists understand that Christianity has something that society needs. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill uses Amos 5 to help us understand that what we Christians have that we all need-including when we are evaluating the rulers of our civil governments-is God’s Word.

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 1

The Prophet Amos Judges Texas Government – Part 1

Is the Bible a valid option for developing and judging the laws and policies of modern American government? On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill discusses why using laws and commentary on laws from the original Law Giver in this way is a really good idea.

The Verdict on the Texas Legislature’s Property Tax Deal

The Verdict on the Texas Legislature’s Property Tax Deal

The Texas Legislature finally agreed on a plan to provide property tax relief to Texans. Don Huffines joins Bill this week to examine the deal and give his thoughts on whether it hurts or helps efforts to eliminate school property taxes entirely.

Principles of Government – Part 4

Principles of Government – Part 4

Christians should be ready to evaluate the workings of government, whether it be the just ended Texas Legislature’s regular session or those of governments in DC or other state capitals. Today, Bill continues with the last of a four-part series looking at what the Bible tells us about civil government.

Where are the Conservatives in the TX Legislature?

Where are the Conservatives in the TX Legislature?

Most Republicans in Austin are AWOL in the fight against big government. This week on the Liberty Cafe, Bill explains how few Republican legislators are joining the fight against the Texas House and Senate’s not-so-conservative high priority bills.

Tax Relief and the Texas Budget

Tax Relief and the Texas Budget

If Texans thought they were going to get real property tax relief this year, it appears they were mistaken. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill talks about the Texas Legislature’s spending spree and the gimmicks they are using to hide it from the public.

Texas’ Renewable Energy Fiasco

Texas’ Renewable Energy Fiasco

Texans have been fighting against the harms caused by renewable energy for almost two decades, but the Texas Legislature hasn’t noticed. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill talks with Robert Pratt about the problems renewable energy is causing all across the state.

The Big Lie – Part 2

The Big Lie – Part 2

Texas politicians are trying to convince us that they are giving us more property tax relief than they actually are. As bad as that lie is, this week in Michael Sullivan’s conversation with Bill he shares with us the Big Lie that is designed to keep citizens from regaining control over runaway government.

The Big Lie – Part 2

The Big Lie – Part 1

We are used to politicians lying to us, but Texas Republicans seem to have taken it to a new level this year when it comes to property taxes. On this week’s Liberty Cafe, Bill talks with Michael Quinn Sullivan about our broken political system that keeps rewarding politicians who say one thing and do another.

The Big Problem with Big Government

The Big Problem with Big Government

There are a LOT of problems with Big Government. On this week’s Liberty Café, though, we focus on the one BIG Problem with Big Government–and how to overcome it.

How to Secure the Texas Grid

How to Secure the Texas Grid

The Texas grid is about as unreliable as they come. On this week’s Liberty Café, Texas state Sen. Bob Hall...