Y’all-itics

Y’all-itics is the unofficial political podcast of Texas.

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The conversation in this episode was real, raw and recorded live as the verdict in the Derek Chauvin came down on Tuesday afternoon. In this emergency release of Y’all-itics, the Jasons are joined onc...
April 20, 2021
HB 6.  SB 7.  That simple combination of four letters and two numbers could have a profound impact on Texas for years to come.  Those are bills that lawmakers are debating in Austin that could change ...
April 19, 2021
Ready for a change?  A growing number of Americans are exchanging four walls for four wheels.  The fast-growing subculture is full of folks looking to redefine the American dream while living exclusiv...
April 12, 2021
Race, violence and medicine. Those three words intersect in Dr. Brian Williams’ emergency room. Gun violence is more than a headline or political talking point for him. Dr. Williams sees the aftermath...
April 5, 2021
It is a seller’s market on steroids right now in Texas.  Healthy housing inventory is typically six months.  But some cities in Texas are down to days.  If you’re a seller, you’re likely receiving mul...
March 29, 2021
Election security?  Or voter suppression?  The rhetoric is heating up in Texas as the battle over election reform begins in earnest this week.  While there is a spate of bills lawmakers will consider,...
March 22, 2021
A Republican leader along the Texas-Mexico border calls the latest migrant surge a repetition of a crisis, the result of “duct tape immigration policy.”  The Democrat leading the oldest Hispanic civil...
March 15, 2021
On the day Texas returned to 100% occupancy and eliminated the mask mandate, Dr. Anthony Fauci sat down with WFAA reporter William Joy to provide his report card for the state.  And William joined a J...
March 10, 2021
Fatigue from COVID-19 and last month’s polar vortex are expected to drive millions of people to Texas beaches as spring break begins this week. Even though Governor Abbott is lifting the mask mandate ...
March 8, 2021
Call it the Texas restaurant massacre.  The industry has taken a beating during our year of pandemic lockdown.  In human terms, it amounts to 150,000 Texans who have lost their jobs.  And those restau...
March 1, 2021

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