Is the grassroots movement growing in Texas?
State Sen. Bob Hall stops by to discuss Gov. Greg Abbott’s contact tracing contracts. “There’s never a right time or right way to do the wrong thing.”
For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another.
On this week’s show: The heat is turned up on Abbott over contact tracing. An Austin activist couldn’t just sit and watch as rioters spread destruction. Also, why you need to be keeping a close eye on your school board right now.
Private citizens face more scrutiny than lobbyists. Tracy Marshall of Transparency Texas drops by to discuss how much money is being spent by lobbyists in Austin.
Mark Meckler discusses the Open the States project and the efforts across the country to reopen the economy.
How is the government created economic destruction impacting real America? Washington Times columnist Tim Young traveled the country to see for himself.
Are Texas’ small businesses beginning to revolt in order to reopen their businesses?
Texans have rallied around Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther as a hero defending individual liberty.
Former State Sen. Don Huffines joins the show to discuss the lack of leadership in Texas throughout the coronavirus crisis.
From heavy handed coronavirus responses to stripping the right of citizens to choose their judges, TSR covers it all this week.
We are all dealing with the fallout from coronavirus. Some elected officials are handling it in curious ways.
Not all the news is bad these days.