Editor-in-Chief of RedState.com and CNN Contributor Erick Erickson has been a vocal supporter of US Senate candidate Ted Cruz. He’s written extensively about the race on his popular blog site, and he joins us this morning to discuss the latest developments.
STAAR testing … is it working? Texas Workforce Commissioner Tom Pauken believes that the “teach-to-the-test” method (whether it’s the TAKS, STAAR, TAAS) has failed a large number of students who are not geared academically or who are already considering dropping out.
American Film Producer Gerald Molen has produced some of the most memorable films during the last three decades, such as the blockbusters Jurassic Park, Twister, Days of Thunder, Hook and Minority Report. He was a producer for the film Schindler’s List and co-producer for Rain Man which both won the Academy Award’s Oscar for Best Picture.
His latest work “Obama 2016″ examines the question, “If Obama wins a second term, where will we be in 2016?”
Saturday, July 14th in Richardson, Texas we’ll come together to support Assaf Harofeh Medical Center in Israel.
The Assaf HaRofeh Medical Center shines like a beacon of coexistence in Israel for many races and religions. Whether caring for soldiers, terror victims, new immigrants, expectant mothers or cancer patients, the spectrum of Israeli life is represented in the 900-bed hospital.
Supporting Assaf HaRofeh means directly supporting Israelis in their time of most dire need.
We all know media culture is in the tank for the Obama reelection campaign. But every once in a while, there is an example of a media figure acting as a campaign operative that is so blatant it deserves extra attention
Congressman Louie Gohmert joins us this morning to discuss political hot topics, among them — the Texas Voter ID law brought before federal court this week.
Katrina Trinko is a reporter for the National Review. She has been covering the US Senate runoff between David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz, and she joins us this morning to discuss how the rest of the country is viewing this highly contested race.
The Honorable Arlene Wohlgemuth is the Executive Director for the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Health Care Policy. She joins us to discuss yesterday’s news, that Governor Rick Perry won’t expand Medicaid in Texas or implement a state insurance exchange.
There’s been a big endorsement in the runoff between Roger Williams and Wes Riddle (CD-25). Wes pops on at 9:35am to give us the scoop.
We’re joined this morning by David Brody, chief political correspondent for the Christian Broadcast Network and author of The Teavangelicals: The Inside Story of How the Evangelicals and the Tea Party Are Taking Back America.
We’ll discuss David’s extensive on-the-ground election coverage from the presidential campaign trail, his exclusive interviews with top “Teavangelicals” and his valuable political reporting from a Christian perspective.
The title suggests I do this every day. I don’t. I don’t even do this every week. But as I worked through the reasons the Supreme Court Obamacare ruling was so very, very wrong, it just got to me, and well, here’s the result. I hope it worked out well for you: