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Let's stop flipping out and start flipping Texas! A weekly conversation between three progressive activists bringing confetti and taco cannons to Texas politics. Plus, we always offer one simple, straightforward mission to turn Texas blue. Hosted by Rouser: Becky Bullard, Ashley Cheng and Kristen Gunn. Find us on socials: @therabbletx.
 
Texas is a big state with a growing, diverse population and as the population grows, the issues and challenges facing its residents multiply. Texas Matters is a statewide news program that spends half an hour each week looking at the issues and culture of Texas.
 
'Private Talk With Alexis Texas' is an alternative lifestyle interview talk show and podcast series hosted by the infamous former Adult movie star, Alexis Texas. This podcast is covering topics ranging from life, health, career - to relationships, money and of course sex. It is considered the “safest place to be yourself”. Guests include international celebrities, athletes, media personalities, entertainers and influencers from diverse industries, and their intimate conversations will stream ...
 
Go behind the headlines for a look at what's really going on at the Texas Capitol and in Washington with the state's #1 political podcast: Texas Take. Join the conversation featuring Scott Braddock, editor of The Quorum Report and Houston Chronicle/San Antonio Express-News political writer Jeremy Wallace.
 
Weekly Witness is your weekly update on the mainstream faith community’s perspective on everything Texas public policy. Hosted by Texas Impact's Scott Atnip, Weekly Witness is recorded in front of a live audience in downtown Austin. We host policy experts, faith leaders, and elected officials who provide in-depth information on relevant policy issues in the state. Weekly Witness is a product of Texas Impact, Texas’ oldest and largest interfaith advocacy group. Visit texasimpact.org for more ...
 
Texas Ag Today is a daily look at the latest news in Texas agriculture, hosted by veteran farm broadcaster Carey Martin along with the largest and most experienced farm news team in the Lone Star State. We cover agriculture in every corner of Texas, from the piney woods of East Texas to the rocky ranges of the Trans-Pecos and from the Panhandle to the Rio Grande Valley.
 
Sean Christian, retired U.S. Air Force, and Chris Sanger, former Texas city councilman, team up to interview leaders throughout the State of Texas and beyond digging deep into different leadership styles, stories, and successes to bring you an authentic perspective on emergent leadership. Texas Emerging Leaders is an organization focused on connecting individuals in fellowship, growth, and empowerment. Learn more by visiting TexasEmergingLeaders.com.
 
In Texas Toast, we dive into all parts of the Texas music industry to gain an insider perspective on how it all works. We'll be talking to songwriters, performers, booking agents, managers and more to give you a refreshing take on the music you love. Let's toast to Texas music!
 
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The Electric Reliability Council of Texas says a large number of power plants are offline, but could not provide details as to what may be causing the "very concerning" number of outages. At the same time, the state is experiencing near record June demand for electricity.Bởi The Texas Tribune
 
Houston-based Hines is one of the world's largest privately held real estate investors and managers in the world. Senior Managing Director John Mooz has a pulse on the Texas markets with a variety of projects completed during the pandemic, and more on the way as we enter a post-COVID world. How do the Texas markets compare in commercial real estate…
 
This episode we welcome back Dr. Cay Holbrook and Janie Blome, founders of the Getting Touch With Literacy conference. On the last episode they talked about the history of GITWL as well as how they are preparing to say farewell to the conference this December. This time we let them step up on the soapbox to discuss all things conference and blind e…
 
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: Teachers and other Leftist useful idiots protest in Texas and elsewhere against state laws passed to ban Critical Race Theory and similar programs from public schools. The media whitewashes, downplays, and lies about what Critical Race Theory is in stories covering the protest…
 
A mass shooting in Austin Saturday leaves one dead, 13 others wounded and drawing more attention to the issue of gun violence. Nathan Bernier of KUT Austin with more on a shooting that has shaken the Texas Capitol city. Also, a Texas CDC? A plan for UT’s Health Science Center to serve as a hub for fighting future pandemics. And free tuition, a high…
 
The Houston Chronicle’s John McClain discusses the Texans’ veteran-laden running back situation and how the team’s ground attack could help take pressure off the quarterback (whoever it is) and defense in 2021 on this episode of the Texas Sports Nation podcast. Connect with John McClain. Support the show: https://offers.houstonchronicle.com/?offeri…
 
Many extensive searches failed to locate 70-year-old retired Dallas Fire Fighter Michael Glen Chambers after he disappeared from his home, presumably, in Hunt County, Texas. With no clues, the Chambers family was riddled with uncertainty, and the actions of one family member raised the suspicions of some. Meanwhile, the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office…
 
For over 25 years, Eric Anderson has been coaching and consulting with high-performing executive leadership teams. Working with teams nationally, in states such as Texas, New Mexico, California, Wisconsin, Washington, Oklahoma, Iowa, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, and more, to international organizations located in New York, Finlan…
 
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: Governor Abbott goes full Don Huffines on Mexico border protection but offers few details. I’ll tell you what I think Texas will do and it’s not what is implied by most national press stories. By the way, Huffines thanks Abbott for “joining his campaign.”Abilene’s state Rep. S…
 
Things are looking greener on the Texas High Plains, but ranchers should still prepare for the next drought. Wet fields could be hampering Central Texas farming and ranching. The Environmental Protection Agency will change the definition of Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) once again.JBS reportedly paid $11 million to hackers.Calves born in a difficult b…
 
Rich O'Toole, Cade Holliday, South Texas Tweek and Pecos & The Rooftops are our featured artists with charting singles this week, plus mentions of Troublesome Country, Will Carter, Jon Stork, Ariel Hutchins and Sundance Head. Do yourselves a favor and check out these incredibly talented singers right here on our TEXAS ON TAP Spotify playlist! We're…
 
The Texas Longhorns are hosting their first official visits in more than a year, with the new coaching staff working to sell the top players in the country on making their pledge to the Longhorns. Texas hosted key targets the first weekend available and is set up to host both 2022 and 2023 high-priorities this coming weekend. To gain some insight i…
 
Buying the "right" shrimp, Understanding schooling redfish patterns, Are mangrove issues affecting bait/ecosystem? Minimizing seasickness, Boat Ramp Confessional, WWSD? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBởi Radio.com
 
Episode 83. Hutch, Adam and Val get together and decide to do an episode at the garage, while Hutch smokes meat...literally. The studio tests out a new piece of audio gear and busts out the mad libs to finish off the last few stories in the book. Adam comes up with a scenario involving smoking of certain parts of the meat and the guys promote their…
 
Amazing “creative disruptor” Tania Katan has spent years sneaking her imagination into the office, using creativity to disrupt norms and turning her differences into her superpower. As a woman, breast cancer survivor, and a member of the LGTBQ community, Tania shares real-life experiences to help transform your mindset. You’ll be inspired to capita…
 
In this episode of the Texas Oil and Gas Podcast, Ryan Ray and Josh Shelton bring on Kyle Souza to talk about the Colonial Pipeline hack. Kyle provides some easy steps to help companies increase their security. Connect with Kyle https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylesouza/ Connect with Ryan https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanraysr/…
 
The 87th Texas legislature has yee'd its last haw, so we decided it was time for a slumber party game now that we can all actually sleep again. We invited Diana Gómez of Progress Texas and Mike Kanin of the Texas Observer to put on their jammies and join us for a (very chaste) game of Spin the Bottle. We determine which bills we'd like to make out …
 
This week we are going back to 1961, and discussing the murder of Fred Tones. When a threesome tryst goes wrong, the Court must decide is it cold-blooded murder, or self defense. The wine for this week comes from Set. Genevieve. We are sipping on a cabernet sauvignon, which Chris has named, $3 buck Gene! Great for an easy, at home Italian date nigh…
 
With the Texas legislative session coming to a dramatic end, campaigns are already ramping up with Gov. Greg Abbott and others arguing that voters should reelect them based on the fact that ex-President Trump "likes me." Plus, Texas Democrats get an historic if temporary victory in killing a sweeping proposal to restrict voting. Connect with Scott …
 
2-05 - Program begins with former Roman Catholic Rob Zins, Th.M, Dallas Theological Seminary -website- http---www.CWRC-RZ.ORG- describing his family's Romanist background that he grew up with. 5-15 - Poem -Let Truth Be Hard- read by Rob. And prayer. See our playlist -Dealing with Roman Catholicism, Idolatry - the Virgin Mary- with 212 videos we hav…
 
It’s June. Watermelon season. All my life, June has meant watermelon season and I don’t mean it’s just the time of year to eat them. As a kid, it also meant a time to work, and work hard, from can’t-see-in-the-morning to can’t-see-at-night, for no more than a little over a dollar an hour to get the melons out of the fields. So every June, I can’t h…
 
The victorious Texians only carried one flag into the Battle of San Jacinto. It was a gift from the citizens of Newport, Kentucky to Sidney Sherman. After the revolution, the flag was sent back to Kentucky. But after several decades, the flag found its permanent home. Learn the fate of the San Jacinto battle flag in this episode of Wise About Texas…
 
In this episode Jerison sits down with Jerry Johnston in his home to discuss the history of The Texas Trophy Hunters Association. Jerison and Jerry also discuss how the Hunting Extravaganzas got started and where they are today. You will also enjoy the funny stories that Mr. Johnston has to share on this podcast.…
 
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