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  • Episode 207: Resisting the Covid Mandates
    Even after three special sessions, in Texas, there is still no clear legal language that forcibly defends the individual’s right against corporations that are attempting to force or intimidate Texans into receiving medical treatment that they do not want. Former SREC member and lawyer Warren Norred provides some guidance on what we can do to …
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  • Episode 205: The Homeschool Revolution
    Everybody was a homeschooling parent last year. Jeremy Newman with the Texas Homeschool Association joins us to bring us all up to speed on the future of homeschooling in Texas and around the nation…Hint: The future looks bright. Support The Elephant Heard Jonathan Schober:I’m here today with Jeremy Newman, with the Texas Home School Coalition. …
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  • Episode 203: The Heartbeat Bill – Saving 120+ lives every day
    The Heartbeat Bill has passed. It is now the law of Texas, that medical professionals must test for a heartbeat, and if one is found, they cannot perform an abortion. Well, you know what they say? They say, “If you’re taking on the flack, you must be flying over the enemy.” And, as I speak, …
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  • Episode 206: Election Audit and Monoclonal Treatment with Rep. Steve Toth
    Today at 12:50 a.m. the Third Called Special Session of the 87th Legislature officially adjourned. Unfortunately, the forensic audit President Trump requested, and Governor Abbott added was not acted on. I’m joined today with Rep. Steve Toth to discuss his Election Audit legislation and to get an update on the monoclonal treatment therapies that are …
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  • Getting Involved in School Districts
    The Democrats have declared war on parents. Terry McAuliffe, a former governor of Virginia and longtime Democratic operative seeking to return to the Governor’s mansion stated “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.” Attorney General Merrick Garland has ordered the FBI to investigate parents that speak up at school board …
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  • How The Sausage Is Made
    If you’re like me, you learned your civics and your legislative processes through School House Rock. But maybe sometimes in the real world, it doesn’t quite work out that way. So today, I am pleased to have as my guest representative Bryan Slaton, and he’s going to join us today to tell us how the …
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  • A New Season
    Welcome to Season Two of The Elephant Heard! It’s a new season with the Republican party of Texas and the podcast. Today my guest is the new chairman of the Republican party, Matt Rinaldi. Support The Elephant Heard Jonathan Schober:Welcome back to another episode of the Elephant Herd. This is season two, and it’s a …
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  • Election Integrity
    Ensuring the integrity of our elections is one of the most solemn responsibilities our elected officials have. The democrats literally walked out of the capital to kill election reform during the 87th Regular Session. As we prepare for the start of the first special session, Cyber Security Expert, Phil Waldron gives us some background on …
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  • The History of The Republican Party of Texas
    Founded on July 4, 1867 by 150 Black men and 20 Anglos in Houston, Texas, the Republican Party of Texas has a rich history. These early Republicans were intentionally reaching out to the newly-freed and newly-enfranchised freedmen, the former slaves. They were reaching out to ensure that they were also being registered to vote and …
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  • Sine Die – A recap of the 87th Legislative Session
    It is Sine Die. What that means is the 87th legislative session. The regular session is now officially over and we’re going to have a recap of what happened. There were some interesting events, certainly closed on the Democrats walking out. No question that we are going to have at least one special session, if …
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  • Episode 107 with True Texas
    It’s hard to believe that 12 years ago the tea party started. And it started as a grassroots organizations with just moms and dads and grassroots activists, many of whom had not really been involved in politics before then. Well, now here we are 12 years later and these leaders have come up. And I …
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  • Bonus Episode: Deep Dive into the Winter Storm
    In Episode 102, we interviewed Senator Hall and talked about some of the legislative policies that are being made at the Capitol regarding ERCOT and energy resilience in the state of Texas. But what I wanted to do on this episode is bring in two of my friends, Victor Sauers and Paul Martin, and really …
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  • Episode 106 With Sandra Whitten: Pushing Back the Democrats
    Today we’re with Sandra Whitten and we’re going to be talking about the gains that Republicans are making in traditionally Democrat areas. Sandra, ran in 2020 for Congress in Laredo, and she increased the vote count by over 20,000 votes and she’s running again this year. Jonathan Schober:Well, it is so exciting to hear. We …
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  • Get Out The Vote: Claudia Chavez Cedar Park City Council Candidate
    Today is election day for municipal and bond elections. We’re proud of our Republican and Conservative candidates running for mayor, city council, and school boards across the state. Claudia Chavez explains why she decided to run and what’s at stake in these elections. Get out and vote TODAY! Jonathan Schober:We are excited to be joined …
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  • Episode 104 With David Barton: Report from Texas and Around the Nation
    I am joined today with historian and former vice chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, David Barton. Great to have you here. Thanks so much for joining us. Jonathan Schober:So what I like to know, you have a broad range of experience and context both in Texas, but really nationally as you look at …
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  • Episode 103 With Dorian Chavez: City Council Candidate (Cedar Park)
    Episode 101: Republican Party of Texas Chairman Allen West discusses the Party’s Legislative Priorities for the 87th Legislative Session.
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  • Episode 102 With Senator Bob Hall – ERCOT Reform
    Episode 101: Republican Party of Texas Chairman Allen West discusses the Party’s Legislative Priorities for the 87th Legislative Session.
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  • Episode 101 With Chairman Allen West – Our Legislative Priorities
    Episode 101: Republican Party of Texas Chairman Allen West discusses the Party’s Legislative Priorities for the 87th Legislative Session.
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  • Introducing The Elephant Heard With Chairman Allen West
    Join us for the introductory episode of The Elephant Heard with Republican Party of Texas Chairman Allen West.
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