HR 1 – The Omnibust

HR 1 – The Omnibust

HR 1 – The Omnibust; March for Our Lives Shallowness; Interview with Stacy Hock re School Choice


Listen to the first hour of our March 25th show here.


Guest interview – Stacy Hock, Founder, Texans for Education Opportunity

Stacy Hock is a philanthropist, public policy activist, and business owner.  She serves as Chair of the Board of Texans for Education Opportunity, President of Texans First, and on the boards of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Aminex Therapeutics, the Blanton Museum of Art, and The African Dream Initiative.  Ms. Hock is a gubernatorial appointee, serving as Vice Chair of the Texas Commission on NextGeneration Assessment and Accountability, serves on Lt. Governor Patrick’s Education Advisory Council, and on TEA Commissioner Morath’s Philanthropic Council.

Previously, Ms. Hock served on the boards of City Harvest and The Bowery Mission in New York City. Also, Ms. Hock held senior management positions in the software industry, including running IBM’s WebSphere Software Services business for the Wall Street territory.

Ms. Hock received her B.S. in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from M.I.T., and her M.B.A. from the University of Texas.

Stacy and her husband, Joel, have been married for fifteen years, have four boys, and reside in Austin, TX. Stacy is a 6th generation Texan.

Links to articles reviewed in preparation for the March 25th show:


Trump signs Spending Bill after Threatening Veto


McCabe PLUS the Gun March

Special Report: The Real Andrew McCabe: As Robyn Gritz Found Out, he’s not a gentleman

The Politicization of the FBI

Mass Hysteria and anti-gun marches


Stacy Hock – School Choice

Matthews: Correcting misguided education spending claims

In School Choice Fight, A Fresh Face Emerges



SMU Louder with Crowder…        

White House Forum Discusses Free Speech on Campus


Free speech on college campuses – two gender cases

College Student Kicked out of Class for telling teacher there are only two genders

Student banned from Christian Theology Course Allowed Back in Class


What to do about it – Qs from Georgia bill… 

To Restore Free Speech, Discipline is Necessary