Dan Branch

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As early voting continues, we welcome State Representative Dan Branch, candidate for Texas Attorney General on the show to discuss the progress of her campaign.

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Thursday’s Guest Lineup

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Katrina Pierson, candidate for Congress in CD-32 has picked up some impressive endorsements in her race against incumbent Pete Sessions, but none as impressive as yesterday’s endorsement from Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin. She joins us this morning to discuss.

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As early voting begins this week, Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission and candidate for Attorney General Barry Smitherman joins us to discuss the progress of his campaign.

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Wednesday’s Guest Lineup

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Ted Nugent has been on the road campaigning for Attorney General Greg Abbott, and he’s in the news today after some recent remarks at a Las Vegas gun show. He joins us this morning to discuss.

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Charles C. W. Cooke is a writer at National Review and a graduate of the University of Oxford, at which he studied Modern History and Politics. His recent column “In Praise of the Establishment” which followed the debt ceiling vote really got folks talking, and we’ll discuss his thesis this morning.

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Early voting began yesterday, so Texas Land Commissioner and candidate for Lieutenant Governor Jerry Patterson joins us this morning to discuss the progress of his campaign.

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Tuesday’s Guest Lineup

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Early voting begins today, and we’re please to be joined by State Senator Ken Paxton, candidate for Texas Attorney General. Senator Paxton received an impressive endorsement this morning from Erick Erickson at RedState.com.

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Texas Agriculture Commissioner and candidate for Lieutenant Governor Todd Staples will make multiple stops in Dallas this week on his get-out-the-vote tour. Wanna see him? Tune in to find out where!

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State Senator Dan Patrick for Lt Governor

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As early voting begins this week, State Senator Dan Patrick joins us with an update on his campaign.

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Thursday’s Guest Lineup

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In a recent National Review column Jonah Goldberg writes, ” Of course it’s too early to talk about 2016.  Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way … ” —so that’s exactly what we’ll do this morning!

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Congressman Joe Barton isn’t happy about the outcome of the debt ceiling vote and he joins us to discuss.

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Matt Lewis “In Defense of Not Working”

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One of our favorite guests recently penned a piece that turned some heads. Matt Lewis writes in The Week that a lot of hard-working Americans could actually benefit from one particular component of Obamacare. What does he mean by that, and … could he possibly be letting his heart eat his brain?

We’ll discuss this morning!

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Rick Santorum

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Former US Senator and Presidential candidate Rick Santorum chimed in on a Texas Senate race today endorsing Don Huffines in his race against State Senator John Carona.

He joins us to discuss this and other top news coming out of Washington.

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Lt Governor David Dewhurst

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He’s racking up a ton of endorsements as he seeks to remain Lieutenant Governor of the Lone Star State. What has he been hearing from folks on the campaign trail, and what’s his plan for addressing big issues like immigration? We’ll discuss this morning!

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Governor Scott Walker

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While 2016 Presidential chatter surrounds Governor Scott Walker, he’s staying focused on the state he has governed since 2011. Under Governor Walker’s leadership, Wisconsin is thriving, boasting a nearly $1 billion surplus.

What can GOPers across the country learn from Walker’s leadership? We’ll ask him this morning. Don’t miss this special segment!

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