Clarence Burgess Owens (born August 2, 1951) is an American politician, non-profit executive, and retired football player serving as the U.S. Representative for Utah's 4th congressional district. Burgess played safety for 10 seasons in the National Football League (NFL) for the New York Jets and the Oakland Raiders. Since leaving the NFL, Owens has founded several businesses and is the CEO of a nonprofit dedicated to helping troubled and incarcerated youth.
This week, Jason breaks down the divisive, power-grabbing nature of House Democrats' H.R.1, or the "For the People Act of 2021." Then he brings on the stupid with one Waukegan, Illinois middle school and makes predictions about a rocking Fourth of July, the English Premier League, and the Las Vegas Raiders.  Later, Jason speaks to Representative Burgess Owens (R-UT). He discusses what it was like to grow up in segregated Columbus, Ohio, and how it taught him the importance of hard work and patriotism. Later, Rep. Owens explains what going from the NFL to a one-bedroom apartment taught him about perseverance, and how he came to run for public office in the state of Utah.  Keep up with Jason on Twitter: @jasoninthehouse
04/16/21 - Dan Interviews W/ Former U.S Secretary of Housing & Urban Development, Ben Carson, Fromer Deputy Secretary of U.S Department of Homeland Security Under The Trump Administration, Ken Cuccinelli, Congressman for Utah's 4th District, Burgess Owens, Congressman for Texas's 4th District, Pat Fallon & Litigation Counsel, Attorney & FFreedom m Foundations, Shella Sadovnik
Rep. Burgess Owens--the newly elected Congressman from Utah (and former famed football player)--sits down with Trish for a long discussion about our country, our economy, the challenges of race and the importance of a real meritocracy. Owens says he has benefitted so much from all America has to give and hopes future generations will have similar opportunities. Here why he wants America to get away from divisive politics so that every American can have an opportunity to live the American Dream. Support the show: See for privacy information.
Lucasfilm announced actress Gina Carano has been fired from “The Mandalorian” after the Twitter mob complained about her “controversial” social media posts. Sen. Mike Lee talks the ongoing impeachment trial and address the controversy over his “mulligan” comment. A New York Times article claims Glenn and other conservative talk show hosts “stoked anger before the Capitol siege." Glenn shares a story about Gandhi before utterly debunking the article’s points about him and providing the context that the Times intentionally ignored. Author David Barton and Rep. Burgess Owens join to discuss Black History Month and the actual removal of black history by progressives — including attempts to cancel Rep. Owens himself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Aug 2nd, 1951
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