Ok, that hasn't happened. Yet.
But it should.
Legislators in both parties, and in both chambers should not only be thanking Empower Texans, but also the handful of fiscally conservative legislators who have …
In episode 9 of our show, we sat down with Representatives Biedermann and Stickland to discuss the "reimagining" of the Alamo plaza.
A lot has happened since that time and the last several weeks have been filled with positive developments that may preserve our state's …
The gospel message is one of hope.
How many of you are personally feeling hopeful? It's hard to feel filled with hope when you're surrounded by fear.
My pastor tells me that fear stands for False Evidence Appearing Real. It's a saying I've used hundreds of times in the last several years.
Now before all you jump on top of me for saying this coronavirus thing isn't real, let me say that it's a serious virus that our communities should take very seriously. We must be responsible and take caution concerning our interaction with one another.
But that doesn't mean it should cause us to fear.
That's a strange statement to be honest. Why the heck would you not fear a virus that is spreading without a cure? Because as the apostle reveals to us in Corinthians, we have an eternal perspective.
"Therefore we do not …
What does this mean? How should Texans react to tomorrow's results? What is on the line?
These are the questions we discuss in today's podcast.
A lot of dominos are falling last minute …
One of the clearest signs of a thriving deep state in Texas was shown this week when a courageous judge, Alex Kim, was punished for holding CPS accountable.
All CPS cases in Tarrant County were taken away from Alex, due to complaints made by …
Early voting starts tomorrow in Texas.
So how many times do you plan on voting?
That might sound like a weird question, but I'm a firm believer that the most educated Texans vote several times every election cycle and today I …
I have to apologize that my podcast is a day late.
I do have an excuse.
I have the flu.
Needless to say, this is the last time in the world that I wanted to come down with this, but oh well.
I'm very sorry this week's podcast is a day late. Campaigns are in full swing and we're very busy at Macias Strategies.
A lot happened this week in Texas politics.
Today we cover donations that Dennis Bonnen is making to …
Austin's insane policies are costing people their lives. The Texan wrote about this issue, and interviewed their reporter, Brad Johnson, to elaborate on his story.
Also this week you will get to hear/watch my birthday message.