I've been meaning to do this for a while. A few months ago, this blog came to the attention of PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, and then some of my entries were picked on the weekly Texoblogosphere blogroll. I hope that I'll be able to repost it here faithfully each week.
NOTE: Reposting these links does not mean that I agree with all the content behind them.
The Texas Progressive Alliance promises to repeal last week’s roundup and replace it with something better and cheaper this week. It’ll be easy.
Off the Kuff identifies the top legislative districts to target in 2018.
SocraticGadfly sees Greens and other left-liberals talking libertarian-style about getting rid of the Federal Reserve and offers them a reality check about it, with suggestions for proper reform, while noting its neededness.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme warns Texas Republicans on track to destroy local rule, another anti-democratic war on citizens and war on voters.
It was another lousy week to be a Republican as Trumpcare went down in flames, the Russian problems flared up again, and the TXGOP started fighting with each other right out in the open. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs managed to cram all the action into one blog post, with some crow left over for the Democrats.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Beyond Bones provides a road trip map from spring breaks of yore.
Lone Star Ma encourages you to set up a meeting with your Congressperson to discuss your opposition to the AHCA.
Better Texas Blog reminds us why school vouchers are such a lousy idea.
Streetsblog highlights five good transportation bills in the Lege.
Jennifer Mercieca identifies the real harm of Trump’s conspiracy theories.
Michael Li shows what a redrawn CD27 might look like.
Teddy Wilson investigates the state’s contract with the anti-abortion Heidi Group.
Juanita has one last laugh over the AHCA debacle.
Blogging Sporadically since 2014
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