On this episode of The Bluebloods, Zach McKinnell previews Week 2 of College Football and gives his predictions for some of the biggest games of the weekend. Can Deion Sanders & Jackson State get another big win against Eddie George & Tennessee State? Will Texas be able to get their 2nd straight big non-conference win to open the 2021 season? Can Oregon find a way to knock off Ohio State when they travel to Columbus this weekend? Will Iowa or Iowa State claim the throne as the "Kings Of Iowa" this weekend in a Top-10 matchup in Ames? All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! Subscribe now (Link below!) Youtube.com/c/TheBluebloods --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
The Bluebloods are live as Zach McKinnell & Brandon Williams breakdown the BIG-12 for the 2021 season and give their official predictions for the conference! Will Oklahoma continue their dominance over the rest of the BIG-12? Can Iowa State or TCU challenge for the title in 2021? Who are the sleepers in the BIG-12 this season? Will Texas & Kansas State bounce back after subpar seasons in 2020? All this & more right here on The Bluebloods! Video Available On YouTube, so subscribe now! Youtube.com/c/TheBluebloods --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Noah Gardner and Lance Dawe talk about the big news of the day. The Big 10, Pac-12, and ACC create an alliance. Justin Ferguson joins the show to talk about this alliance and Auburn football. LSU requires COVID-19 vaccination or negative test to enter stadium for football season. Will Texas and Oklahoma win an SEC Championship before someone outside the SEC wins the National Championship? All that and more on the Tuesday edition of On the Line.
It's a week after the MLB Trade Deadline and the guys have had time to reflect on the Cubs bevy of trades. Will Texas and Oklahoma leaving for the SEC in 2025 cripple the Big 12? The Dessert Bracket enters into Round 2 and the choice is once again in the hands of the people. Has Thom's Take become Thom's product ads? If you're ready to talk about sports and food, this is the episode for you! Stay safe and healthy!
Andy and Associated Press College Football keyboard commander, Ralph Russo, examine how college football will be consumed in 2021 and beyond. Could Peacock, NBC's streaming service, usher in a new Renaissance of college football consumption with their exclusive game rights to Notre Dame v. Toledo? How so? Will fans pay per view to watch their favorite team(s)? Where does SEC coverage rank among Disney's most valuable assets in its portfolio? Will Texas and Oklahoma augment the SEC's value? Also, how will Disney bundle their services in the future? Who is the wildcard in the streaming space? Follow Andy on Twitter: @Andy_Staples Follow Ralph on Twitter: @ralphDrussoAP Save 33% on an annual subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/andystaples Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Olympics are underway and Patrick and Seth take a look at the early ups and downs for Team USA. How did Simone Biles dropping out affect the Women's Gymnastics odds? How's the Men's Basketball team looking after an early loss to France? And with Osaka's early exit who are the updated favs to win tennis gold? Will Patrick be able to stay up late enough to watch any of these events live? Meanwhile, it looks like the Aaron Rodgers saga in Green Bay has finally sorted itself as both he and Davante Adams have returned to the team (at least for this season). Patrick and Seth speculate on where Rodgers will end up next and fondly reminisce on the 4 days in which the Vikings were NFC North favorites. Finally, the boys take a glance at the evolving college football landscape. Will Texas and Oklahoma join the SEC? What does this mean for other conferences going forward?
Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin discuss the weirdness of the Tokyo Olympics being staged without spectators. They also assess the wobbly starts by the U.S. men's basketball and women's gymnastics teams. Finally, they examine the implications of Texas and Oklahoma seeking to leave the Big 12 for the powerhouse SEC. Olympic atmosphere (2:39): The absence of fans has made for a weird start to the Summer Games. Olympic sports (24:53): Simone Biles and the U.S. women's gymnastics team stumbled in the preliminary competition. SEC (46:06): Will Texas and Oklahoma usher in a major realignment in college sports? Afterball (1:08:18): Josh on baseball broadcast pioneer Mary Shane, the subject of the latest episode of his new podcast series, One Year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The State of Recruiting is a podcast about recruiting in the State of Texas. Horns247 recruiting analysts Mike Roach and Nick Harris work the road in Texas week in and week out to collect the latest recruiting information. Mike Roach and Nick Harris discuss a wild week in recruiting and Maalik Murphy's performance at Elite 11. Will Texas ever get another commit? Tune in to find out. Hosts: Nick Harris and Mike Roach Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chuck DeVore moved his family from California to Texas a decade ago. The move was prompted by several factors, including “seeing [California] drifting further and further to the left,” he said. Today, many people are making the same decision DeVore, vice president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, made and are leaving California for the Lone Star State. That raises the question: Will Texas be pulled to the left by all the people moving there? Initial data suggests that it won't be. “People come here for their own, very deeply personal reasons,” DeVore said. “And you can't assume that because someone came here from a blue state that they're going to have liberal views.”Polling reveals that many people who move to Texas from California support conservative candidates in elections. That could change at any time, though, he warns.DeVore joins “The Daily Signal Podcast” to discuss the ways in which his organization is working to keep Texas, Texas. He also explains what might be next for the recent election reform bill that failed in the [Texas Legislature] when Democrats walked out of the session, preventing a vote on the legislation. Also on today's show, we read your letters to the editor and share a few highlights from The Heritage Foundation's recent Resource Bank conference in Austin, Texas. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chester looks deeply into fish records of Texas and Louisiana and discovers interesting trends. Will Texas produce another record speckled trout? Have you ever heard of an 11-pound sand trout? And what about that 500 pound bull shark caught in a Texas bay--not in the Gulf! All of that and more on this episode.
Official death toll from Texas’ winter storm grows to 111; Will Texas seniors who failed STAAR tests be able to graduate on time during the pandemic?; Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton refuses to release messages about his attendance at pro-Trump rally
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down the NCAA Tournament matchup between the Texas Longhorns and the Abilene Christian Wildcats. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by Terrell Furman Jr (@ReallyRell__) as they examine both teams season and suggest just who you should bet on. Will Texas put down the Wildcats with their elite guard play? Will Abilene Christian and their top notch defense be the difference? We talk it all on this episode of The College Experience. Support for this episode - Draft Kings code "SGP" | BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Congressman Doug Lamborn has a conniption fit over H.R.1 For The People Act. We take his words and discuss why he's wrong. Do you have a problem with giving people the right to vote unimpeded? Stopping Voter Suppression? A move toward true Democracy? Good News: T**** wasn't inaugurated on March 4 as some of his followers anticipated. In fact, it was one of his smallest crowd sizes. That must really hurt his ego. There's going to be plenty of Covid-19 vaccines in the near future. Universal Basic Income was a good success. Will it work nationwide? Is it needed? A new Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) is coming. That's really Good News. Will Texas become a Super Spreader state along with a few others? Write a big enough campaign check and you too can have a Pop-Up vaccine station in your community. There's another view of the employment situation. Are the jobs that have been lost to Covid-19 really coming back? It's 251 years since what event took place?
Texas boosters threatening school and players if they remove Eyes of Texas song l How can Longhorns, Sark navigate this? Will Texas lose players? Can they be elite? l Do college programs have a greater responsibility to their fans or to their players? l Inbounds or Out of Bounds See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down Tuesday's huge Big 12 Conference game between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams and makes a projection as who you should bet on in this college basketball form of the Red River Shootout. Can Oklahoma make it four in a row and continue to roll? Will Texas without Shaka Smart find a way to get it done and stay in the race for a Big 12 regular season championship? We talk it all on this episode of The College Experience. Use WynnBET and get a $500 risk-free bet! SIGN UP New Jersey SIGN UP Colorado Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify | Google Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack Support for this episode - WynnBet | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" | AcePerHead.com/SGP Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network breaks down Tuesday's Alamo Bowl between the Texas Longhorns and the Colorado Buffaloes. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams and their keys to victories and makes a projection as to who you should bet on. Can Colorado pull the upset with a depleted defense and offensive line? Will Texas get another Alamo Bowl victory against an old Big 12 foe? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience. Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify | Google Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack Support for this episode - MyBookie code "SGP20" | ThriveFantasy code "SGP" | AcePerHead.com/SGP Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We gear by talking by digging a little into arrowhead searching. We also cover the election and re-address some points from the last episode like Dr. Kory's testimony up in Michigan. What was the pandemic of 1957-58, and 1968? We dive into the history books a little bit and talk about companies moving to Texas. Will Texas become a more libertarian state, blue state, or remain a red state? We give a few geographical facts about Texas for those interested in that sort of thing.
Become a Member at https://BillWhittle.com/register/ or Make a one-time donation at https://BillWhittle.com/donate-to-bill-whittle/ ----- Will Texas save America from Joe Biden? The Lone Star State Attorney General Ken Paxton sues Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin at the Supreme Court claiming unconstitutional ballot counting procedures, asking the high Court to delay the deadline for state appointment of presidential electors past the Constitution's December 14 mandate. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott create 20 new episodes of Right Angle each month thanks to our Members. Join us today and unlock access to backstage content, comments, and a Member blog that you can read, and write. You're going to love meeting people who think like...well...who actually think. Become a Member at https://BillWhittle.com/register/
On today's show we sit and watch as the presidential votes come in. We are joined by Joshua , Flak, Dean and Tino as we talk about the election. Will Texas flip blue? Who will win Florida? Will we know who won by the end of the night? That and much more on our election night coverage. Thesis.firstname.lastname@example.org
Glenn explains how this election will really affect the average American family. Jason Buttrill recaps Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski’s interview with Tucker Carlson. New audio emerged allegedly of Hunter admitting even more of his dad’s involvement in his Chinese business dealings. Rep. Jim Jordan claims he’s authenticated Hunter’s emails. BlazeTV’s Elijah Schaffer was assaulted by looters at the Pennsylvania riots and joins to recap the night. An article on Medium lays out a “radical” way to deal with Trump supporters. Economist Dr. Pippa Malmgren talks about how your “digital twin” is used to track you and the possibility of government-issued digital currency. Will Texas actually turn blue? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How much has Sam helped/hurt Texas this season? Will Texas and Dallas get things turned around this weekend? This and so much more on a Free For All Football Friday on #TBL.
In the opening take, Grant tries to put into perspective this 1-2 start to the season for the OU football team. Then Lee joins to explain why his thoughts on this team hasn't changed at all from this time last week (6:15). Grant doesn't have a doom and gloom outlook right now and he references a few other down OU seasons that may be similar to 2020 (9:05). What should the expectations be for this OU team (12:00)? The guys really don't think the offensive line is playing that bad, and we don't think Lincoln Riley thinks that either (17:50). Here's why we think the current running backs aren't getting the job done (23:55). Why did Lincoln Riley decide to kick a FG on that first drive (33:00)? Let's talk OU defense. The front 7 looked good, but of course tackling was horrible (37:40). Lee looked back at Alex Grinch's second season at Wasington State through the first three games -- the stats are somewhat similar. Does that mean anything (42:30)? OU's secondary continues to give up big plays through the air and they can't buy a turnover to save their lives (44:30). Should we just accept that OU has down seasons sometimes (50:50)? We are learning more and more about "Speed D" being a high risk/high reward scheme that puts a lot of pressure on the secondary. Is that sustainable in the Big 12 (58:00)? What's the reason for the 4th quarter defensive collapses (1:01:35)? OU's offense leaving points on the field all night was a problem (1:07:10). Spencer Rattler is the least of OU's problems right now. And Brock Purdy hasn't gotten any better since his freshman year (1:08:30). Stogner and Hall have been fantastic, while the wide receivers have not been as good as we would have liked (1:11:15). Let's go over some positives, which includes one of the RBs, and we think Obi should have been credited with a TD (1:15:00). Gabe Brkic continues to be awesome and he started what turned out to be the best sequence of the game for OU (1:19:45). But what followed was a big kickoff return and the rest of the game was bad (1:22:45). OU and Texas plays in a few days and Texas looks exactly like it has for the last 10 years (1:24:00). Remember that 3rd & 11 conversion from Rattler to Stogner? Plus Rattler's mobility was great vs. Iowa State (1:30:50). Grant has an ultra hot take about the running backs and more evidence from Saturday (1:35:50). Lee saw Iowa State using motion to set themselves up for advantageous plays against OU. Will Texas see this on film (1:41:15)? OU's defense dominated Texas last season, yet Texas was in the game the whole way. And will Ronnie Perkins play (1:44:00)? Do OU fans think the Sooners will win this weekend? Also, we both don't think OU will win Saturday (1:46:30). Listener questions about playing different players in the secondary and which food we would deep fry at the Texas State fair. We also wax poetic about the cool atmosphere of OU-Texas (1:48:40). | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
WOW! Those Debates were just well you know... But lets simplify things as best we can over a beer as and ask my guest Russ what he thinks. Will Texas become blueish green or a grey brown color? How important are the Texas Supreme court elections? Does Ted Cruz drink beer? An FInally what our educated guess on the presidential electionSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/beerbattered)
Abel, Billy, & Sean discuss the conference where every team counts an extra 20%, the Big 12! Will Oklahoma win their 6th conference title in a row? Will Texas, Oklahoma State, or Iowa State finally get over the hump into serious contention? Will Kansas win it’s 9th anti-title in 10 years? What’s a bubble & how would I know anyway? These burning questions & more are answered here!
- NBA Jersey's, why have the Spurs always been boring? Should the fast breaking Fiesta colors be incorporated into the Jersey? - (13:20) NBA Jersey Draft - (27:16) Mel Kiper's 2021 Big Board - (38:25) Will Texas and Texas A&M ever play each other in football again?
John Dennis is seeking to be the Republican candidate to unseat Nancy Pelosi for the California CD -12. He put himself through Fordham University, and graduated with a degree in business administration with concentrations in Finance and Marketing. John is currently the Chairman of the San Francisco Republican Party, where he has served since 2008. He has been a delegate to the CAGOP since 2010, and currently serves as Vice Chairman on the National Board of the RLC. John is endorsed by U.S. Senator Rand Paul and Congressman Thomas Massie. California Republican National Committeewoman Harmeet Dhillon is a supporter. TOPIC...Republican candidate to unseat Pelosi!! Eric Rittmeyer is a former U.S. Marine and is an expert in the field of mental toughness and emotional intelligence (EQ). He speaks to audiences all over the country, teaching executives and sales professionals how to overcome the limits brought on by fear and emotions, and replace them with clear, concise critical thinking that gets results. TOPIC..Robberies in NYC are up 32.5 percent since 2020 began!! Charles S. "Chuck" DeVore Vice President for National Initiatives for Texas Public Policy Foundation. Chuch also served as a Republican member of the California State Assembly and represented the 70th District, which includes portions of Orange County. DeVore was Vice Chair of the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee as well as Vice Chair of the Veterans Affairs Committee. He also served on the Budget Committee and was a member of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee. Chuck also sought Republican nomination for the United States Senate. TOPIC...Will Texas flip because of blue state migrants!!
A year ago West Virginia University and the University of Texas played one of the most entertaining and dramatic games of the season. How will this Saturday's encounter in Morgantown play out? Brad Howe, Hoppy Kercheval and Tony Caridi breakdown the challenges facing both teams. Will Texas be focused or looking ahead to next week's date with Oklahoma? Can WVU's offense continue to rush the ball against a stingy Texas defense? Will the big play finally emerge in the West Virginia attack? Will a personal foul be accessed for a Horns Down? Those questions and much more on the 144th episode of Three Guys Before The Game. The fellas return Monday with a recap.
In this episode, we discuss: Hurrican Dorian and its destruction and strangeness. All the conspiracies on how Trump had it go right over Epstein island and then let it sit over the Bahamas to screw Chinese investments there. We also talk HAARP, weather manipulation, and cloud seeding. We wrap that all up with SharpieGate and how President Trump added Alabama on his own to the hurricane cone.We touch on Jeffrey Epstein again! Still asking where is Ghislaine Maxwell. We ask, where the hell is Epstein's body? Was he cremated? Any service? Where is he buried? Why is nobody asking where the hell he is? Also, the French authorities let Epstein pal and accused rapist Jean Luc Brunel get away before making an arrest. France only waited for weeks.We get right back into politics talking about Joe Biden and his bloody eyeball. Joe stays on top of the polls though despite his health and gaffes. We chat about how Liz Warren has recruited Hillary Clinton into her campaign. Will Texas go blue in 2020...maybe 2024?Are the North Carolina congressional races an indicator of the 2020 election in that state?We continue into more 'Russia Madness' as Kid Chronic dishes about the secret Russian CIA spy that was pulled out of Russia before he was killed by Putin.To finish the podcast we go into Treez's #METOO corner and talk about the ladies! In this case, Rosario Dawson won't back her man Cory Booker, Sarah Palin gets served a divorce by Todd, & Ilhan Omar is a homewrecker as the wife of her 'employee' Tim Mynett files for divorce citing Omar and cheating as the cause.Warning! This podcast contains ruthlessly sharp political commentary! On our podcast, you are gonna get ruthless political talk for about an hour.Listen to 'Never Trumper' Kid Chronic politically spar with Treez the 'bearded Jewish MAGA Man'. Expect to hear about news, politics, current events, tech, memes and whatever else we can disagree over.
We explore teams with the most to prove this season. Will Texas build on last season’s success? Can Houston take the next step with the prodigal son’s return? UCF is no longer a Cinderella can they win as a favorite? Will Tagert be able to put his stamp on the Seminoles? Can USC shock the world and make it to the playoffs? Will Michigan be able to get over the hump offensively enough to finally win the B1G? Will the B1G and PAC12 be shut out of the playoff again? Make sure you check out the wide array of HBCU Football Classics this season.
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Will Texas "decriminalize" marijuana? There's a legitimate question as to whether the proposals will cross the finish line and become law this year. Plus; nearly a dozen presidential contenders make their way to Austin for SXSW. The Texas House rolls out its school finance plan. Will voters the final say on Daylight Saving Time. Support the show.
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BetOnline.Ag Bonus Codes: 75BTB first time deposit (75% Bonus); 50BTB for reloads (50% Bonus). Week 11 of the College Football season is HERE – and there are 6 massive games on tap the boys from BetTheBoardPodcast.com break down. As always, Todd Fuhrman, Payneinsider and Dusty Dvoracek provide all the information, metrics, on-field matchup analysis and player-coaching news to help you make informed decisions at the betting window this weekend. And of course, the guys deliver another Best Bet winner! Did the Playoff Committee finally ace the test? Can Fresno avenge their Conference Championship defeat? Is Clemson’s offense too much for Boston College? Does Mississippi State have value this week? Will Texas rebound and can Tom Herman avoid a 3-game losing streak? Ohio State looks unmotivated despite a Playoff birth on the line, can they get back to their old ways? The man calling Wisconsin and Penn State tells you what he thinks after interviewing coaches and players this week. ▶️ Playoff Rankings (1:45) ▶️ Fresno State @ Boise State (7:45) ▶️ Clemson @ Boston College (15:05) ▶️ Alabama @ Mississippi State (21:48) ▶️ Texas @ Texas Tech (32:33) ▶️ Ohio State @ Michigan State (43:47) ▶️ Wisconsin @ Penn State (51:45) Dave Mason of BetOnline.AG stopped by to deliver the College Football Week 11 action report (58:45). He let's us know where the sharp and square money is coming in and which games are giving the sports book a sweat with massive liability. ▶️ Follow on Twitter: Bet The Board - Twitter.com/BetTheBoardPod Payne Insider - Twitter.com/PayneInsider Todd Fuhrman - Twitter.com/ToddFuhrman ▶️ Bet The Board Website: www.bettheboardpodcast.com/
Brett Kavanaugh's hearing was on track.... then off..... then on.... and now maybe off track again? We break down what's happening between Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused him of sexual assault in the 80s. TLDR: It's a mess for everybody. Then, in our second segment we talk about the midterm races shaping up to be real nail biters. Will Texas go blue for Beto? Charlie's all "nah." Can Steve change his mind?
Hour 1 Literally, yielding crappy results; California poop problems spread?...Stu considers taking a 'poop' gig?...$184K a year for picking up poop? ...The Left pays off people too...blaming Anthony Bourdain?...Stop with the # Mob Mentality?... the rise of radical movements with postmodernism roots? ...Apparently, 60 Minutes Australia has been listening to Glenn? Hour 2 Senator Elizabeth Warren seizes on the killing of Mollie Tibbetts to criticize President Trump...murder suspect thinks he's the victim? ...Democrats demand Kavanaugh nomination pause? ...Things we should be caring and outraged about?...learning to have empathy for others? Hour 3 Guilt By Association, the Democrats go-to strategy...Chuck Schumer calls for an immediate pause in Kavanaugh nomination ...How South Africa Could Become the Next Zimbabwe?...Young Voices contributor, Alexander Hammond joins to discuss the rhetoric in South Africa...tension has been building for decades ...Manafort Juror: "He was guilty" ...Will Texas turn blue?...Pat threatens to eat his underwear, again...Ted Cruz vs. 'Beto' McMexican?...Yard Sign Wars?...Hillary 2028? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Will Texas slow down? We are seeing such growth that it almost makes you wonder if Texas is in a housing bubble. Today I bring you information that shows that Texas is presenting signs it's real estate market is evolving to meet much higher demand. Tune in and find out more, and today we also have some content to get you motivated and through hump day!
Will Texas' new anti-immigrant law lead to major boycotts? Can a cumbia ringtone help Spanish-speaking immigrants learn their rights? And how have Latinos affected Boston's workforce? All that and more on this week's Latinx roundtable! Guests: Julio Ricardo Varela, of the Futuro Media Group; and Marcela Garcia, of the Boston Globe.
Will Texas call for a Convention of States to amend the Constitution? Are Austin’s unfunded mandates driving up your property taxes? Listen to Representative Darby explain it all! Subscribe to the Trey Blocker Show's channels: YouTube: https://bit.ly/2GSAaMf Facebook: https://bit.ly/2XpVPQW Instagram: https://bit.ly/2T1mgOh Twitter: https://bit.ly/2NugBdM SoundCloud: https://bit.ly/2BZbWvM iTunes: https://apple.co/2knXGoW iHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2TeGYdW
Day Without A Woman ...The new feminist movement ...The GOP plan to replace Obamacare is worthless now that they have power...Is the CIA inside your phone? Inside your TV? ...Are women staying out of work today? ...Ben Carson's weird immigration analogy and other awkward moments ...SERIAL: Craziest Elections in US history (2 of 4)...Climate change...the ultimate instigator!...Will Texas cave to the transgender bathroom fight? The Glenn Beck Program with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeff Fisher, Weekdays 9a–12pm ET on TheBlaze Radio Facebook: Glenn BeckTwitter: @glennbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The tension between economic liberty and the state’s power to regulate economic activity has long served as a source for landmark cases and controversies. Post-New Deal jurisprudence opened the floodgates to economic regulation. In Texas, entrepreneurs who have developed cutting-edge innovations have found themselves tangled in regulatory red tape. But one’s right to engage in economic activity free from unreasonable government interference has always been understood as being in lockstep with Texas’s independent spirit. However, critics maintain that consumer protection and maintaining a level playing field are also important goals in crafting their regulatory policies. This tension has given rise to cases and legislative battles in the Lone Star State that have garnered national attention. Will Texas continue to lead the way for entrepreneurs and innovators, and how will the regulatory state affect this trajectory? What is the proper balance between innovation and regulation? -- This panel took place on September 17, 2016, during the Second Annual Texas Chapters Conference in Austin, Texas. The theme for the conference was "The Separation of Powers in the Administrative State". -- Featuring: Mr. Arif Panju, Institute for Justice; Mr. Tim Sandefur, Goldwater Institute and author, The Right to Earn a Living; Mr. Prerak Shah, Office of Texas Attorney General; and Mr. Russell Withers, General Counsel, Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute. Moderator: Hon. Don Willett, Texas Supreme Court. Introduction: Ms. Diane Kozub, Former Assistant United States Attorney at United States Attorney's Office.
Show 68 starts with beer conversation and what's coming up on the show, including bathroom legislation and odd happenings in Dallas. At 3:44, Bill talks about purchasing rain barrels and we compliment Mitch Cohen on the launching of The Market at Sawyer Yards. Bill and Stig then breakdown various happenings at the Texas GOP convention in Dallas. We then answer the question, "Will Texas turn blue?". At 14:56, Stig and Bill discuss bathroom judgments and higher education. Bill talks about changing chromosome combinations. Bill wraps the segment with Paxton's comments on Target's bathroom policies. At 28:06, Stig starts with the recent decisions to get rid of Uber and Lyft in Austin. Bill and Stig consider local government making regulations. Stig then gets upset with high definition laundry soap. Bill shares something new to watch, Stig suggests a new music video worth watching. For complete show notes and links including music citations - javamuses.javatime.us
With all the rumblings of expansion and Oklahoma's president bloviating on the state of the conference (and perhaps leaving the conference), I will be speaking with Jake Anderson, creator of the College Football Junkie 2015 blog and writer for the Landgrant Gauntlet. Topics to be discussed include: How did the Big 12 find itself in this position?Will Texas ever give up the Longhorn Network?Could the B1G, Pac-12 or SEC make a play for Oklahoma, Kansas or Texas?How long will it be before someone leaves the Big 12?
I will be talking Dallas Cowboys (unfortunately) and Texas Longhorns football with my college homie and Cowboys/Longhorns fan/elitist Spencer Earl. Among the topics to be discussed: 1) Why are the Cowboys so fucking good so far? 2) Is Jerry Jones still pulling the strings? 3) Scott Linehan as OC was a great hire. 4) Can DeMarco Murray hold up while having all those carries? 5) The new DC was another great hire. 6) What is going on at the Univ of Texas? 7) Will they give Charlie Strong a chance to succeed? 8) Is the state now all about Texas A&M (gasp!)? 9) Will Texas allow another Big 12 expansion?