Got plans this weekend? You do now! Join the Roundup for Autism in Dallas and raise money for an incredible cause. Founder Bobby Norris joins us NOW to discuss.Read More
Dr. Ben Carson will be in Dallas on October 6 and you can join him! He’ll be speaking to the Lifesavers Foundation — a faith-based, non-profit organization which exists to empower and assist women facing unplanned pregnancy. The goal is to raise money for the Doctor Spot, a mobile pediatric clinic providing basic medical services for kids in some of Dallas County’s most medically underserved neighborhoods.
The clinic will travel around the Dallas area to strategic sites such as elementary schools to provide care on a routine basis – and keep our community in good health.
(Oh, and did we mention that Mark Davis will be the emcee for the evening?)Read More
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor (and Texas Agriculture Commissioner) Todd Staples joins us from his “Leadership for Texas” bus tour this morning as he travels the state to meet with concerned citizens.
Tom Rogan just keeps writing … so we’ll just keep having him on. One of our favorite new foreign policy guests joins us this morning to share his thoughts on President Obama’s Syria speech and the developments that have followed.
Senator John Cornyn joins us to discuss a bill he’s introduced to honor and support the victims of the Fort Hood shooting. We’ll also discuss his thoughts about the recent Putin op-ed in the New York Times.Read More
Joining us to discuss the President’s Syria speech last night is Steve Hayes, senior writer at the Weekly Standard and Fox News contributor.
Congressman Joe Barton joins us to discuss his position on Syria, along with other top news coming from Capitol Hill. And, with today being the 12th anniversary of 9/11, we’ll reflect on that historic, tragic day.
It’s been a while since we chatted with our friend Paul Burka of Texas Monthly, so he joins us this morning to talk about some key statewide races — including the Governor’s race.Read More
In a recent Townall.com op-ed, Dr. Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Dallas says, “President Obama’s case for military action in retaliation for the atrocities of the Assad regime could be strengthened considerably if the President could make his appeal to the American people based on transcendent moral principles. But he can’t.”
What does he mean by that? We’ll discuss this morning.
You can also check out his op-ed in today’s Dallas Morning News HERE.
Here comes Uber to Dallas. Everyone loves it, but is it a transportation company subject to city regulation? Ross Kecseg of Empower Texans joins us this morning to discuss.Read More