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Reach Over Culture: focused on partnering faith and culture. In a society ruled by the “culture” of what’s current and standards filled with inconsistency - this podcast provides steady inspiration with a consistent positive influence. Whether you need to be uplifted, encouraged, educated or inspired, this is the podcast for you. Roc brings content that’s relatable, influential, and timeless. Content that focuses on our culture and what matters most to you. His passion for his generation and ...
 
The Complex is a genre-bending audio drama set in an apartment building full of fictional adults with ADHD--all of them in therapy with the very real ADHD therapist James Ochoa, who plays himself. Voiced by some of the finest actors in Austin, Texas, The Complex features captivating, creative storylines as well as “afterthoughts” episodes, in which Ochoa and his son Jules discuss aspects of ADHD in depth. Tune in for the drama, stay for the ADHD insight! Written by Robin Chotzinoff and Jules ...
 
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From what’s been called the shrine of Texas liberty, to a ghost town reborn by the sound of music. It’s been said that you have to know where we’ve been to appreciate where we’re headed. Remember the Alamo? Forget it, say the authors of a new book that’s stimulated a serious rethink about an important chapter of Texas history. A reconsideration of …
 
It feels like there may not be a whole lot new to say about love in poetry. But perhaps that’s exactly why humans can’t stop writing about it? Texas Standard listener Michael Abild requested this poem about “the creative and sustaining nature of love.”על ידי Texas Standard, Typewriter Rodeo
 
On Google Maps you can get navigator voices in English with either an American, British, Indian, or Canadian accent. Commentator W.F. Strong thinks they should offer a Texas navigator accent – one that also offers Texas expressions and colloquialisms.על ידי Texas Standard, W.F. Strong
 
this episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today’s topics include: RANDOM FACT OF THE WEEK: (1:26) GUESS THE SONG(7:18) How often do you seek others approval? Do you often feel like others are way better than you? Why?(20:09) How much of your past contributes to your current insecurities?(28:09…
 
Amid an ongoing pandemic, partisan divides and more, what’s there to be thankful for? Quite a lot actually. In the run up to this national holiday we asked our producers to reflect on some of the stories we’ve shared with you that they’re thankful for. From a telehealth program tackling opioid addiction to wildlife along the coastal plains, a Texas…
 
Since 2010, more than 380 workers have died in the U.S. due to conditions at work. Deaths which experts say were preventable. The problem of heat-related deaths in the workplace is likely to intensify with climate change and workers of color are disproportionately affected. And what’s being done to curb these deaths? We’ll have the findings of a ye…
 
After 30 years in Congress, a top Texas Democrat decides not to run for another term. Our conversation with Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson. Also, small town Texas was once a haven for those fleeing rising home prices in Texas’ cities. Not so much anymore. The Texas Standards Jill Ament on housing affordability in small town Texas. And a house…
 
After earnest promises to fix the grid after last winters statewide blackouts, is Texas better prepared for the next winter storm? A new report offers answers, we’ll explore. Also Dallas and Houston among the top destinations in the U.S. for holiday travelers who are hitting the road this week despite a spike in gasoline prices. But but there may b…
 
Come and Talk It, for November 21st. A breakdown of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the gun discharge at Hartsfield/Jackson Airport in Atlanta. The show is also joined by Kyle Grob Founder/CTO of KGM Technologies and District 19 State Representative James White. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
More than 20 Texas representatives say they won’t be seeking re-election next year. The latest to announce, one of the most senior members of the house. Our conversation with Garnet Coleman of Houston on why after 30 years, he’s stepping aside. Plus from natural disasters to COVID-19, Army and Air National Guard troops have been on the front lines.…
 
Among Texas democrats, few potential challengers to the incumbent have his name recognition. But will it be enough? We’ll have all the details on O’Rourke Vs Abbott. Also, as retailers and consumers gear up for high shopping season, a supply chain bottleneck at Texas’ biggest ports of entry. The view from Houston. And millions earmarked for Texas’ …
 
his episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today’s topics include: FOR THE BROTHERS UP NORTH: STREETER, @enjoy_destiny(1:26) BACK TO THE FUTURE(5:18) Do you think Social Media good or bad for your well-being?(8:27) Do you feel the need to keep up an image on Social Media?(22:33) Biggest Con of S…
 
A primary care doctor in rural Texas sounds an alarm amid an ongoing pandemic: where are all the other doctors? We’ll explore. Also, after outrageous and false claims about the Sandy Hook school massacre, a decision in a defamation case brought by parents against Texas provocateur Alex Jones. We’ll have details. Plus billions coming to Texas to boo…
 
South Texas switcheroo: for the first time in a decade, a Texas lawmaker changes parties. A harbinger of other political changes? We’ll have more on representative Ryan Guillen’s decision to leave the democratic party, and what if anything it says about a changing political climate in a region where democrats have long been dominant. Also, Gromer J…
 
Come and Talk It, for November 14, 2021. Armed convicted felon paramedic Gaige Grosskreutz admits Kyle Rittenhouse was right to shoot him in self-defense, the defense attorney in the Ahmaud Arbery case says he doesn’t want any more black pastors in the courtroom, and a video shows a shootout between rival cartel members in front of a Cancun luxury …
 
A serious candidate is running for Texas governor as a democrat, and chances are you know his name. Coming up, our conversation with Beto O’Rourke about his plan to challenge Greg Abbott in 2022. Also, as president Biden signs a bill for bridges roads and broadband, how Texas’ biggest city plans to move the money around…if they get it. Plus after s…
 
Roads, bridges, electric charging stations… in all some 35 billion dollars earmarked for Texas in the infrastructure bill. So what comes next? San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg joins us. Also, a new law aimed at preventing deaths due to drug overdose has a policy expert warning about the fine print. Plus the week in Texas politics and more today on t…
 
This season of being thankful, some of us are thinking about being thankful for each moment and our ability to enjoy that moment, to savor it. Texas Standard listener Lynzy requested this poem about ridding herself of the products and systems that get in the way of her ability to be present.על ידי Texas Standard, Typewriter Rodeo
 
While the Supreme Court considers Texas’ new abortion law, what appears to be the first hearing on SB8 in a state court. We’ll take a look at the potential impact. Other stories we’re tracking: more than a hundred noted Texas authors sign an open letter warning of book bans, censorship, and a threat to marginalized Texans. Plus virtual Reality, onc…
 
Executions in Texas have halted while courts resolve whether Texas prisoners can have a spiritual advisor touch them as they’re being put to death. We’ll have the latest on the arguments in D.C. Plus, what went wrong at AstroWorld? A crowd safety expert gives us his thoughts on avoiding future catastrophes. And a steel house on the staked plains. I…
 
More lawsuits pour in as officials continue to investigate how a concert crowd turned deadly, we’ll have the latest. Also, Texas is worse off now than a year ago. At least that’s one takeaway from the latest University of Texas / Texas Tribune Poll… We’ll have a look deeper into the data. Also a celebration of Jewish religion and culture on screen,…
 
Come and Talk It, for November 7th. The Silencer Shop interviews Michael Cargill on some of the reasons he opened Central Texas Gun works and why he campaigns so passionately in support of the Second Amendment and gun rights. They also discuss various lawsuits Michael is involved in to protect the rights of gun owners, the subtleties of current gun…
 
The Biden Administration vaccine mandates put on hold by the 5th circuit. What comes next in the fight against COVID-19? Steven Vladeck of UT Law breaks apart the significance and impact of the decision blocking federal vaccine mandates and what comes next. Also SPR, OPEC, COP26 and RBOB… decoding efforts to deal with climate change and the effect …
 
Come and Talk It, for October 31st. With the Kyle Rittenhouse trial starting this week Michael discusses the person behind the story, the trial, and the judges decision on what phrasing can and can't be used during the court proceedings. Additionally the latest in violence in Austin and the rest of the country are detailed including a deadly stando…
 
The deadline for the federal vaccine mandate for large employers looms. We’ll look at what it means for Texas companies and workers. Other stories we’re tracking: as shipping containers pile up on the west coast, can Texas ports deliver the goods? Also: protecting older Texans from abuse, neglect and exploitation: prosecuting those crimes. Plus Geo…
 
Kids between 5 and 11 in Texas begin getting vaccinated for COVID-19, and reports indicate demand for vaccination is high. The first shots to young children in Texas and among the first in the nation have been administered at a hospital in Houston. We’ll hear from the COVID-19 Task Force Co-Chair at Texas Children’s Hospital. Also, the Texas gulf c…
 
Eight constitutional amendments, all 8 approved by voters. And local ballot measures, too. Any way to tease out political change in Texas? We’ll explore. Other stories we’re tracking: wind turbines set to join oil rigs in along the Texas coast? We’ll have more on big plans for renewable power generation in the Gulf of Mexico. Also more people, less…
 
this episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today’s topics include: RANDOM FACT OF THE WEEK: (1:16) RANDOM TRIVIA(3:03) WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT WHEN CHOOSING YA BATTLES?(27:11) WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT(35:13) make sure SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW Instagram: @reachoverculture @realnameroc @mosesxchavez P…
 
SB8, the state’s new abortion law, is in the crosshairs of the U.S. Supreme Court. On the day after oral arguments, where does the law stand? What clues can be drawn about the future of abortion restrictions after yesterday’s high court questioning in two cases challenging SB8? We’ll explore. Other stories we’re tracking: a new poll shows a tight r…
 
Two of the highest profile cases the Supreme Court will hear in a term full of controversial issues: and they both come from Texas. Before the high court today: Texas’s SB8. We will have more on oral arguments in a pair of cases challenging the unusual enforcement mechanism in Texas’ de facto ban on most abortions. Also, what’s been called the Red …
 
Was the Governor on the right track with the COVID-19 plan until a change of course? A case study in the politics of the pandemic. Other stories we are tracking: an ambitious effort to reduce poverty in North Texas. And questions over how to gauge success, or quite the opposite. Also the Houston Chronicle’s Chris Tomlinson on that other major facto…
 
From the Red River to the Rio Grande — it’s a Texas high school tradition that’s… *grown over the years. This Typewriter Rodeo poem came by request from Texas Standard listener Linda Newman. She observed homecoming mums used to be real and about the size of a grapefruit. Now, she says they’re artificial and bigger than a football!…
 
Hundreds of kids in Texas’ Child Protective system sleeping on office floors. Will a new panel find a way to fix the problem? We’ll explore. Other stories we’re tracking: an effort by a state lawmaker and candidate for Attorney General to inventory books about race and sexuality in Texas schools. And Texas jails pushed to the brink by the pandemic.…
 
The new congressional maps for Texas, not the final word on redistricting as they face a fresh legal challenge with considerable muscle. We’ll have the latest. Other stories we are tracking: the FDA green lights COVID-19 vaccinations for kids 5 to 11. Any questions? Lots of them. A Texas pediatrician and virus expert takes them on. Also investigato…
 
this episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today’s topics include: FOR THE BROTHERS UP NORTH : @townapparel.co(1:59) BACK TO THE FUTURE: Many Saints Of Newark Review, Off-Season Tour Review. WILDER VS FURY 3 REVIEW(4:15) IS FEAR A GOOD THING?(25:45) HOW DO YOU COPE WITH FEAR(29:45) Isaiah 41:10…
 
A long awaited plan to vaccinate Texas kids as young as 5 against COVID-19. We’ll take a closer look at the rollout. Other stories we’re tracking: Texas civic leaders team up to try to get action from Congress on massive infrastructure spending. We’ll talk with the Mayor of Fort Worth. Also, why Texas juvenile lockups seem immune to reform. Plus a …
 
Two cases challenging Texas’ near total ban on abortions get put on the fast track by the U.S. Supreme Court. What happens next? Not since Bush v Gore has the U.S. Supreme Court moved with such speed as has in two challenges to Texas’s new abortion law, known as SB8. But for now, it remains in force in Texas. We’ll hear what the SCOTUS move means f…
 
Come and Talk It, for October 24th. This week's show discusses the breakdown in safety precautions on the set of the movie Rust. Additionally a rash of violent incidents across the country are looked at from a 2A standpoint. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
The Texas Attorney General, already under a cloud of legal charges, loses an appeal in a whistleblower case against him. The latest today on the Texas Standard. Eight months after a deadly winter storm, new weatherization orders for the state’s power generators. Is it enough? Also a Texas ban on Delta 8. And no, we’re not talking about a COVID vari…
 
As the fight over Texas redistricting moves from the legislature to the courts, lawmakers and hopefuls are readjusting their political plans. Today on the Texas Standard. A San Antonio non profit is drawing some unwelcome attention for its recent move into housing migrants. We’ll explore. And as more bitcoin mining moves into Texas, what’s being do…
 
This is the time of year that Peregrine falcons make their incredible journey from Greenland to Argentina and Chile, a distance of over eight thousand miles. One of the most popular migration stopovers for Peregrines is Padre Island. There, they rest and eat for a few days. Texas Standard commentator WF Strong says it’s like a Buc-ee’s for birds – …
 
The third and perhaps final special session of the 87th Legislative is over. So who won and lost? An analysis going beyond the party players- today on the Standard. There’s been a lot of concern among Democrats about weakening numbers in the Rio Grande Valley. But there’s another argument that it might not matter so much in the end when it comes to…
 
Last day for the Lege? A third special session ends a day early, with new redistricting maps en route to the Governor. What happens next and much more today on the Texas Standard. A closer look at what got done, and what didn’t in the third special session, and whether this marks the end of the legislative season. Plus, remembering a redistricting …
 
Raise your hands if you knew there was an election on November 2. Do you know about the constitutional amendments on the ballot? Some help- today on the Texas Standard. Eight proposed constitutional amendments in front of voters statewide next month. We’ll look at some of the top line proposals. Also, billions in COVID relief money- how are Texas l…
 
Come and Talk It, for October 17th. With the constant changing landscape of gun ownership and applicable laws Michael breaks down all the latest 2A news and discusses the impact they have on everyday gun ownership. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.על ידי Audacy
 
A likely appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court as the 5th Circuit reaffirms a decision to let Texas’ near total abortion ban remain in effect. Other stories we are tracking: in the final days of a third special session, the Texas House green lights a bill that would force transgender Texas youth to play on public school sports teams that align with thei…
 
this episode of the ROC podcast, Roc and Moses sit down to discuss the most current events today. Today’s topics include: FOR THE BROTHERS UP NORTH : @beheardmovement , @atlasmediagroup(1:59) BACK TO THE FUTURE(4:39) WHY DO WE AVOID TOUGH CONVOS?(11:45) HOW DO YOU PREPARE FOR TOUGH CONVOS?(17:45) make sure SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW Instagram: @reachove…
 
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