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Look to Panhandle conservatives to defy Texas’ shift to the far right

Up in the Panhandle, where “conservative” still means “to conserve,” there’s a living memory of and responsibility toward pioneer ancestors who settled in what was [...]

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Bullet Trains, progress and rural indignation

Jim and Barbara Miles of Leon County express their candid concerns about Texas Central Railways proposed route through their ranch, and how they say it would destroy their place. From OSTX Radio [...]

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Caller Leonard T. Jenkins on cryptocurrency and spiritual constipation

Leonard T’s call-in to the 2/26/2018 program. Leonard T’s message to listeners: “If you like this like I like my Jayco, share it. Peace in the Middle East.”

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Ross Ramsey on Beto vs Cruz, March 6 Primary races and why he’s not a primary voter

Texas Tribune Executive Editor Ross Ramsey’s call-in to the program on 02/26/2018.

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Interview: Scott Milder, Texas Republican Lieutenant Governor candidate

Scott Milder talks with Jay Leeson about his top three priorities as a lieutenant governor candidate, how Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s leadership inspired Milder to primary him. He defends his [...]

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Brandon Darby on IED bomb on border bridge, narco millennial terrorists & rural Texas

Jay Leeson: So Brandon Darby is here with us in studio. Improvised explosive device found in border bridge to Texas. Tell us about what happened and then let’s get into how you found out it [...]

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Braddock on Texas and the so-called ‘Granny Tax’

Quorum Report Editor Scott Braddock discusses the rootless “granny tax,” the kinda-sorta endorsement of state Rep. Sarah Davis by the Texas House GOP caucus, and he profiles the [...]

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Making Dating Websites Great Never Again

Other Side’s Jay Leeson and Breitbart Texas Managing Editor Brandon Darby discuss the new Trump dating website, while (almost) maintaining straight faces and PSAing about the perils of [...]

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Service Without Expectation

Recently, I attended a dinner and dance to benefit the West Texas Rehabilitation Center, a nonprofit organization with campuses in Abilene, San Angelo, and Ozona. West Texas Rehab serves over 500 [...]

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Episode 2: High Cotton, the Designated (Cotton) Stripper and Abortion Politics

Audio from February 12, 2018: Leonard T. Jenkins on being a designated (cotton) stripper | Texas Tribune’s Ross Ramsey on Texas politics | U.S. House Committee on Agriculture Chairman Mike [...]

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