Today we tackle abortion.
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Republicans Plan to Fail at the Border
Last week was incredibly eye opening for Texans who are fighting for a secure border.
Abbott’s Border Failure & Phelan’s Democrat Dance
Several months ago Greg Abbott said “We are going to start arresting everyone coming across the border”.
The Supreme Court Mask Mandate Ruling
This week’s episode is shorter because I’m updating you from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Update on the Child Sex-Change Debate
Today, we give you an update on the James Younger case and Abbott asking CPS to decide whether child abuse is child abuse.
Texas Should Stop Playing by the Left’s Rules
Last week, Governor Abbott—after being pressured by lawmakers, political opponents, and grassroots conservatives—took more action
The Dishonest Culture Finally Catches up With Dade Phelan
Overnight, the Texas House Republicans realized that honesty is a virtue and their long history of promoting deceit will have consequences.
Republicans Refusing to Arrest Democrats
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.
A Big Conservative Legal Victory for Texans!
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.
Texas Agency Tyranny
The seventh episode on this show was a conversation with Michael Sullivan.
Race Doesn’t Define Texans
Last week, on Father’s Day, my dad spent some time talking to us about my grandfather.
A Conversation on Family Policy
Our children are being exposed to pornography while almost every aspect of social conservative values is being chipped away from every angle.
Borders and Battlegrounds
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.
Election Integrity: Who Killed It?
There is a lot of finger-pointing going on right now, as Texas Republicans failed to pass election integrity legislation.
The Predicted Failure of the Republicans in the Texas House
Republicans in the Texas House killed most Republican priorities this session.
Leach Praises the Killing of Gender Modification Ban
This week, we discuss notable comments from State Rep. Jeff Leach and Attorney General Ken Paxton.
What Prayer Reveals About the Texas House
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.
Patrick Battles Abbott & Hefner Pushes Himself
“There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he does not mind who gets the credit.”
Abbott Plays Politics With COVID; Burrows Embraces a Dictatorship
After eight months, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is removing his mask mandate. What took so long?
Slaton Shaking Up Austin
Hear why the Texas House is moving so slowly and what Texans can do to move a conservative agenda forward.
HB 3 and Its Disastrous Effect on Texas Freedoms
The more I read this bill, the worse it got.
Long Term Grid Threats and Our Current Crisis Explained with Bob Hall
Will the legislature take a leadership role or reactive role in fixing the issues with Texas’ power grid.
Texas Power Failure Highlights Systemic Corruption
Wealthy government-subsidized oligarchies have been exposed.
Character matters, and religious liberty isn’t enough.
The Texas Crossroads Explained
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.
What We Learned This Week From the House Rules Debate
We learned a ton during last week’s rules debate in the Texas House.
6 Things The Texas Legislature Will Decide in 2021
Today we discuss 6 things the Texas legislature will decide in 2021.
The GOP Didn’t Lose Its Way on December 19th
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.
Patrick Fights For Republicans While Phelan Fights For?
Dan Patrick announced he is changing the rules of the Senate in order to remove Democrats’ ability to “veto” Republican agenda items.
Mackowiak & Steinhauser: What Republicans Should Learn From the Elections
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.
Allen West: A Chairman The Legislature Wasn’t Prepared For
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.
Texas Election Results Overview
While we still await the final results of the national election we have Texas results in, and the data is fascinating.
The State of the Church, and the State of our Nation
Some things are more important than elections, even on election day.
My Presidential Choice: Who & Why
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 Tried to Kill Pro-Life Policy They Now Support
House leadership for at least a decade has had little to no vision, and have pursued unity with Democrats.
Why Ken Paxton Won’t Resign, and Why Greg Abbott Hates Bars
“I think I know why Ken Paxton won’t resign. I honestly don’t know why Greg Abbott hates bar owners.”
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