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Off the Kuff looks at new polling evidence showing a shift in partisan preference towards the Democrats in Harris County.
Socratic Gadfly moves outside of politics to ask if recent injuries may give Timmeh, Manu (and Pops?) a Los Spurs retirement gift.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos insists that Texas Republican leadership and its obsession with public bathrooms -- while it ignores crucially important health and environmental challenges -- is a literal threat to our lives. Houston: Hurricanes, Frequent Flooding and now Zika too?
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme knows that Republicans run the Child Protection Services, but still. Blaming the victim in domestic abuse cases? Still?
Egberto Willies thinks Larry Wilmore went too far with the one-black-man-to-another shoutout to President Obama at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
John Coby at Bay Area Houston covered Satan's press conference announcing that he would file suit against former speaker of the US House John Boehner for defaming his character (specifically comparing the Lord of the Underworld to Sen. Ted Cruz).
The Lewisville Texan Journal spent a stormy evening with the local emergency operations management crew as they went into action during last week's storms.
Texas Vox took note of the most recent (high contamination-level) nuclear waste storage application to be filed in Andrews County.
In the wake of the adverse effect of revisions under Republican appointee Ron Hickman, Dos Centavos reports that November Democratic opponent Ed Gonzalez challenged the interim Harris County sheriff to reinstate the county jail's inspectors and diversify staff.
The passing of the legendary Texas sports reporter and editor Blackie Sherrod was noted by PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
Neil at All People Have Value made a small donation to help with recent flooding in Houston. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
More posts from other Texas blogs!
Just as the Texas Observer mentioned that the state Supreme Court unanimously blocked the city of Houston's ordinance to improve its air quality, Culture Map Houston posted the American Lung Association's State of the Air 2016 report, which showed Dallas surging into the lead for the worst breathing in Texas.
Grits for Breakfast has your police blotter updates, from the Harris County grand jury that was never told by the DA that an LEO was drunk when he shot two men, to the continuing miscarriagesof justice in the Waco biker shootings.
Trail Blazers takes note of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's dip under the waters of the River Jordan.
Prairie Weather questions the worshipping of a certain type of person.
Tory Gattis at Houston Strategies does the Chamber of Commerce's work for them.
Robert Rivard considers Julian Castro's place on Hillary Clinton's VP short list.
The TSTA Blog cites actual statistics experts on the subject of using statistical methods for teacher evaluation.
Space City Weather puts Houston's recent flooding into historical perspective.
Paradise in Hell advises Ted Cruz to listen to himself.
Andrea Grimes would like to know who will protect us from the likes of Dennis Hastert and Johnny Manziel.
Offcite gives a tour of Houston's new clinic for the homeless.
Adam Briggle, father of a transgender son, calls out Denton County Sheriff candidate Tracy Murphree for a transphobic post on Facebook. Murphree then agreed to meet with the Briggle family to talk with them and get a better understanding of the issue, but as Equality Texas reports, he abruptly backed out before their meeting could take place.