TPA citizen-bloggers are everyday folks who take responsibility for being part of the public debate in Texas.
The work of freedom is up to each of us. And every person has the ability to make a hopeful effort of some type.
Posting the round-up is fully consistent with the purpose of this blog. I want to be part of the public debate and I also want to promote the good work my friends are doing. It is good to help your friends.
Off the Kuff rounds up coverage of Sen. Leticia Van de Putte's announcement that she is running for Lt. Governor.
Horwitz at Texpatriate delineates his many grievances with Barack Obama and explains why he no longer counts himself among the president's supporters. Horwitz's weekly column "Civil Affairs,"after appearing for over a year in a Boston newspaper, will move to its new home at Texpatriate.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is appalled the Republicans' war on women has devastated health care for Latinas in the Valley. I'd say shame on them, but they have no shame.
Pope Francis is not a liberal, Sarah Palin, but a full-blown socialist. So says PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
Eye On Williamson is still, yes still, blogging at our temporary home. Voters must be offered a choice in 2014: Texas Democrats must provide a contrast to the Texas GOP's cruel conservatism.
Neil at All People Have Value said that Texas will once again be defined by the multi-ethnic reality that Stephen F. Austin knew in the 1830's. All People Have Value is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Offcite calls for the preservation of the other iconic sports venue in Houston, historic Rice Stadium.
The Austin Chronicle celebrates the release of Fran Keller, sent to prison nearly 21 years ago for a crime that never actually happened.
The Lunch Tray explains how you should have celebrated Thanksgivvukah.
The Texas Living Waters Project tells you what to do now that Prop 6 has passed.
New Media Texas talks to Rep. Senfronia Thompson about Macy's, Black Friday, and the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act that Macy's lobbied against.
BOR reprints an op-ed by state Rep. Mary Gonzalez that gives thanks for the opportunity to keep Texas families healthy.