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El Conservador

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A constitutional conservative Texan of Mexican descent confronting and exposing liberals and fake news in English & Spanish.

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Dwayne Stovall, candidate for U.S. Senate, talk about his campaign and the challenges he is facing in running against an incumbent who is supported by the Establishment.

Border crime expert Jaeson Jones explains the growing dangers of cartels smuggling drugs into the U.S. DEA and Border Patrol agents have seized Fentanyl which is a highly dangerous drug. Listen and learn.

A discussion with Silvio Canto regarding the Sanders primary victories and the significance on the Democrats and the general election.

Rogelio Nevarez, from the Laredo Police Officers' Association, talks about a cop-shooter who was released on bail, and the difficulty police officers face in their work, even in smaller cities like Laredo. Being a police officer has become... more

Todd Bensman from Center for Immigration Studies talks about his trip to the Mexico/Guatemala border and his observations of the migrant caravans trying to enter Mexico to reach the US. He also explain the "fragile" situation that... more

Mayor Gonzalez-Dipple provides an update on the civil lawsuit that she and three other citizens filed regarding the vote to unlawfully move the Floresville city election from November to May. Listen and learn and share. The defense of... more

Nick Ciggelakis from Young Conservatives of Texas ­, a nonpartisan-conservative youth organization, has released its legislative rankings for the 86th Texas state legislative session. The rankings considered a variety... more

Mary Elizabeth Castle from Texas Values gives an update on the Chick-Fil-A lawsuit against the City of San Antonio. The lawsuit alleges the City denied the restaurant a contract at the city airport because of religious discrimination.

Mary Elizabeth Castle from Texas Values provides an update on the lawsuit against the City of San Antonio for denying a contract to Chick-fil-A based on religious discrimination.

Investigative reporter John Griffing discusses George P. Bush and why he is allowing the Alamo Cenotaph to be moved. Listen and learn.

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