The Editors Talk about the Texas Election Results
Members of the Editorial Board (Jackson and Garrit) join Chris Schlak to discuss the results of the Texas primary races and more.
The Editors Talk about the Texas Governor Race
Members of the Editorial Board (Garrit and Jordan) join Chris Schlak to discuss their predictions and preferences in the Texas governor race.
The Editors Talk about January 6th
Members of the Editorial Board (Jackson and Sterling) join Chris Schlak to discuss the media’s reaction to January 6th, the right’s reaction, the left’s reaction, and how it has shaped American politics in the past year.
The Editors: Omicron, Lia Thomas, and Build Back Better
Members of the Editorial Board (Jackson, Sterling, Garrit, & Jordan) join Chris Schlak to discuss the omicron variant, trans swimmer Lia Thomas, Build Back Better being delayed until 2022, Congress banning imports from Xinjiang, and Hispanic voters now split between Democrats and Republicans.
The Editors: Colin Powell, China’s Rocket, and Prop A & B
Members of the Horn’s editorial board (Sterling Mosley and Daniel Villalva) join interim host Jackson Paul to kick off Season 2 of The Texas Horn Podcast in a discussion over the death of Colin Powell, China’s rocket that can orbit the Earth, and propositions A and B in Austin.
An Interview with UT President Jay Hartzell
Morgan Register, Contributor to The Texas Horn, sits down for an interview with Jay Hartzell to discuss free speech on campus and more. Make sure to check out the article version of the interview as well.
Why We Need a Church-Centered Community
Alexander Chunda joins Chris Schlak to discuss church, community, ‘Wokeism,’ ‘Politicalism,’ libertarians, the role of government, and more. This episode was inspired by his recent article: “The Importance of Having a Church-Centered Community.” Make sure to check out Alex’s podcast as well: The Catholic Intellectual.
What Can We Learn from Our Debt and Coolidge?
Garrit Blizzard joins Chris Schlak and Jackson Paul to discuss his two recent articles: “28 Trillion Dollars in National Debt! Who Cares?” and “Unforgettable: A Reflection on Calvin Coolidge.”
Do Republicans Have a Chance in California?
Jordan Clements joins interim host Jackson Paul to discuss Jordan’s recent article, “The Hope for Republicans in California,” and Jordan’s grassroots experience campaigning for Republicans in California. Jordan and Jackson talk about voting trends, propositions, Caitlyn Jenner, and… the ‘Governator’?
The Editors: Fauci, China, Texas, and D-Day
The Horn’s editorial board (Jackson Paul, Sterling Mosley, and Daniel Villalva) joins Chris Schlak in a discussion over Anthony Fauci’s leaked emails, the CCP banning a vigil to Tiananmen Square in Hong Kong, the anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, and Texas’s heartbeat bill and voting bill.
The Editors: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The Horn’s editorial board (Jackson Paul, Sterling Mosley, Daniel Villalva, and Grace Summerville) joins Chris Schlak in a discussion over the rise of disinformation concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, whether individualism is conservative, whether we need a January 6th commission, Abbott removing the mask requirement on state property, and a walkout over the “Eyes of Texas” song.
The Right’s Three Rivers
Zach Springer joins Chris Schlak and Jackson Paul to discuss his recent piece, “Three Rivers: Concerning the Division of the Modern Right-Wing,” which is about the three metaphysical sources of right-wing politics.
Sam Samson joins Chris Schlak and Jackson Paul for the very first episode of The Texas Horn Podcast. We discuss Sam’s honors thesis on modern conservatism and his solutions to our contemporary political problems.