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Episode #44: Dr. Darrell Scott

Episode #44: Dr. Darrell Scott

November 20, 2017

Has the liberal media turned the African-American community against President Trump and Republicans? Can the diversity coalition help revitalize urban areas and create opportunity after decades of Democrat-controlled decline? Are the media and Democrats the primary cause of strained race relations in America? What is driving the growing hostility toward Christianity in our country?

Episode #43: Dr. Mark Jones

Episode #43: Dr. Mark Jones

November 13, 2017

Will the retirement of Speaker Joe Straus lead to a more conservative Texas House? Are moderate Republicans in danger of losing seats? Are any statewide elected Republicans vulnerable to a Republican primary challenge? We interviewed Rice University professor Dr. Mark Jones to learn the answers to these questions and more.

Episode #42: George Rodriguez

Episode #42: George Rodriguez

November 8, 2017

In this week’s episode of The Trey Blocker Show, we interview George Rodriguez, the brave taxpayer in San Antonio willing to sue to make his community safe again. I’m confident you’re going to enjoy this show!

Episode #41: University of Texas Professor and Former Travis County Republican Party Chairman Dr. Alan Sager

Episode #41: University of Texas Professor and Former Travis County Republican Party Chairman Dr. Alan Sager

October 30, 2017

Free speech and conservative values are under attack on our college campuses. How can conservative students and faculty make their voices heard on college campuses today? Will universities ever stand up to the Left and defend the rights of conservatives to speak freely, share their ideas, and assemble without being attacked? Why are there so few conservative college professors?

We interviewed Dr. Alan Sager, former Chairman of the Travis County Republican Party and one of the few conservative professors at the University of Texas, to get the answers to these questions!

Episode #40: President of Texas Values Jonathan Saenz

Episode #40: President of Texas Values Jonathan Saenz

October 16, 2017

Texas Values has successfully defended your right to say “Merry Christmas” in public schools and protected pastors from having to conduct ceremonies against their beliefs. How will they now stop the Left’s effort to impose its radical gender identity beliefs in our schools? We interviewed Jonathan Saenz, President of Texas Values, to get the answer to this question and more. Listen or watch now!

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January 31, 2017

Dear Friends,

Today I am excited to announce the official launch of The Trey Blocker Show.  “The WHAT?” – you might be asking yourself. Yes, you heard correctly. Today I am starting an audio and video podcast that will be co-hosted by Charlie Hodge from KLBJ-AM. It will be available on iTunes, SoundCloud, and other podcast applications. You will also be able to find them all at

Why am I doing this?  Good question!

In one sentence, the purpose of the show is to educate, motivate and entertain in such a way that we improve political and social discourse.

We live in interesting times. We’ve just witnessed one of the most divisive elections in U.S. history. We’ve watched people riot because they didn’t like the outcome. That’s something we’re used to seeing in third world countries, not in the United States of America. It’s sad commentary on the state of the nation.

If there’s at least one good thing to come from this election, it’s that most people at this point are keenly aware of the monolithic bias of the mass media.

We now live in a post-objective journalistic world.

This is a good thing so long as it raises people’s awareness that they need to employ their critical thinking skills when listening to the news, regardless of source.

Journalists who argue that they are objective in their reporting, are either trying to fool you, or fool themselves.

Technology, through podcasting and other forms of social media, now allows elected officials, and even the average person, to reach a large audience without the filters and bias of CNN, Fox News, the Austin American-Statesman, or the New York Times.

This is a game changer!  It has the potential to drastically improve the way we communicate and understand each other.

Over the next six months, we will undoubtedly talk a lot about Texas politics and what’s going on across the street at the Capitol.

We will also discuss broader issues affecting the nation and the world.

Other times, we’ll just have someone on the show that we find to be interesting and cool – someone who may give us insight into the music industry, sports, entertainment, religion, or life in general.

Put simply, this is a show about people, society, and human nature.

We hope everyone finds it interesting, insightful, and entertaining.  We hope it motivates you to pay more attention to political and societal trends and to engage, regardless of your perspective.

It’s easy for us to get bogged down with day to day life, but we have a responsibility to ourselves, our families, our country, and mankind to participate in the future of this great Republic.

If we don’t, it’s at our own peril.

Please listen, please subscribe, and if you have questions or comments, please send them to

Thank you,

Trey Blocker

Behind the Mic

Trey J. Blocker

Trey Blocker is a 6th generation Texan with more than 20 years of political, legislative and legal experience. His extensive and in-depth knowledge of issues important to our state is matched only by the close personal relationships he has with the most powerful and influential political and business leaders of Texas. His clients include chief executives of Fortune 100 companies and major trade associations. Trey also serves as an ethics advisor to elected officials and candidates from both political parties, corporations, and PACs, helping them maintain compliance with the state’s complex campaign finance and legislative ethics laws.