Hosted by Andy Langer, the National Podcast of Texas features weekly interviews with prominent Texas thinkers, leaders, and newsmakers.
#123 Paul Begala Wrote the Book on Defeating Donald Trump
The legendary Democratic strategist on whether Texas is swingable and what it’ll take for Joe Biden to win.
#122 Dr. Rebecca Fischer: "With Students Returning this Fall, Contact Tracing is Key"
Texas A&M epidemiologist on the critical systems being put in place to maximize safety in an uncertain time.
#121 Dr. Peter J. Hotez on How the Federal Government Failed Texas
The pioneering vaccine scientist explains why he believes the White House has put Texas in grave danger.
#120 Tavel Bristol-Joseph Wants the Culinary World to Have a Hard Conversation about Racism
On a special edition of the National Podcast of Texas, one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs on systemic racism and re-opening in a pandemic.
#119 Peniel Joseph on Black Power and the Struggle for America’s Soul
On The National Podcast of Texas, the LBJ School professor and author walks us through how protest, empathy, and action can dismantle racial oppression.
#118 Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly Yearns for the Days We Argued About Reclining Seats
On the National Podcast of Texas, the leader of the beleaguered, but beloved, Dallas carrier on what it will take to survive the pandemic.
The World is Changin’, boys
As a transplanted Texan of 75 years, I was delighted to discover this podcast. It was hilarious to read the reviews by my fellow Texans who are socially and educationally locked in Texas of the 1950s. It wasn’t all that great then, guys, and it sure ain’t gonna stay like you wish it...oh, btw, the South won’t rise again, either. Texas is outgrowing y’all.
Don’t California My Texas
There is nothing Texas about this podcast. It’s typical leftist screed.
The great nation of Texas is one of the last bastions of true freedom and liberty in the world, and I shudder listening to the hosts of this podcast and their guests attempting to undermine it from the inside.
We don’t need people fleeing from Democrat run states setting up shops and turning Texas into a lefty hellscape, and we don’t need lefties pretending that they hold opinions consistent with most Texans.
If fuzzy math serves well, Willie is 86, the same year Redheaded Stranger was released, so there’s synchronicity to the restoration of the film. It was a treat to hear another interview with Willie, whose music has been a mainstay the entirety of my 49 years. He is a son and statesman of Texas in the most profound of senses. If someone were to ask, “What does Texas truly sound like?” My answer would have to be, “Go listen to Willie Nelson play the bridges from Townes Van Zandt’s ‘Pancho and Lefty’ and his own ‘Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground.’”