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Mr. Allard’s Neighborhood

Brad Allard

What I plan to cover is not just the latest Trump outrage or how Pelosi is making the country socialist and that kind of thing (although there will be some that, for sure!), but also a focus on local items and events. If you have a nonprofit or a charitable event in the Burleson area soon, I would be glad to mention them on the podcasts and the website. If you want some time on the podcasts to pub... more

PublishesTwice weeklyEpisodes100Founded5 years ago
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4.9 out of 5 stars from 26 ratings
  • Thoughtful Discussion

    An easy to listen to podcast with informative and thoughtful discussion on current national and local topics.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Eh

    Yep, he’s a history teacher from rural/suburban Texas. So just take a wild guess as to which way he leans… Another day, another political opinion.

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    Sartre lush
    United States2 years ago
  • Well crafted

    Great analysis on any topic he is covering!

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    United States3 years ago
  • Researched, thoughtful, candid analysis

    I had the pleasure of being one of Brad’s high school government students. Back then he was a vocal conservative, but was able to articulate the liberal viewpoint in a way that made everyone feel at ease to disagree with him. Nothing has changed; he is unashamedly conservative, but gives credence to the other side of the aisle when appropriate and is always kind and understanding to those with whom he disagrees. His criticism is often of both political parties. The topics covered are always wel... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Educated opinion with room for debate

    Brad Allard has a reputation among his peers as a man with an educated opinion but flexible for discussion. His thoughts and ideas have always challenged me - and that’s the sort of dialogue we need in today’s world. Subscribe and enjoy.

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    United States5 years ago

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