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Ashley Judd on the Sex Trade

I had the pleasure of speaking with Ashley Judd about her advocacy for young girls and women exploited in the sex trade.  Tweet Share

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Debate: What’s Really Wrong with the Texas Budget? AUDIO

I love when our debates on the show feature opposing viewpoints that are rarely heard on other media.  It’s also fun when the people sparring on the air later tell me that they had no idea their opponent was going to make the kinds of points that were made.  Tweet Share

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Ron Paul: Obama’s War in Libya is “Preemptive” Like Bush’s War in Iraq AUDIO

Libertarian firebrand Rep. Ron Paul, R-Lake Jackson, says that President Obama’s intervention in Libya should be deemed illegal and that it shares many problems with the Iraq War started under President Bush. In an interview with me on KRLD, Congressman Paul said the reasons given for the war in Iraq, mainly the claims of weapons […]

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Is “Loser Pays” Legislation Really Intimidation of Average Texans? AUDIO

Governor Perry is pushing for so-called “loser pays” rules in Texas that would require people who file lawsuits to pay the expenses of defendants if the plaintiffs lose the case.  The governor and others argue this kind of tort reform is a way to cut down on frivolous lawsuits.  Tweet Share

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Some Conservatives Upset About Money Diverted for Voter ID

Some conservative activists have a big problem with part of the Voter ID law that was passed by the Texas legislature.  The San Antonio Toll Party and Texas TURF (Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom) objecting to using money from the “mobility fund” to pay for photo ID’s that will be given to low income […]

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Texas School Funding Fight has Dems Blaming Tax Structure, Business Leaders Saying “It’s the economy (stupid)” AUDIO

It seems to me the two sides in the fight over how to pay for public schools in Texas aren’t even in the same building, let alone the same room. Tweet Share

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