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Here is the round-up---
Off the Kuff reported on a busy week at the state Supreme Court, which heard the school finance appeal as well as a case involving the city's of Houston's anti-pollution ordinances.
Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos, and contributing to Daily Kos, is disgusted by the right wing's politicization of a horrible tragedy in Houston. Harris County needs a new sheriff.
SocraticGadfly, having edited photos from last month, shares National Parks' geographic beauty, wildlife, history and astrophotography, in photos, narrative and photo album links from his most recent vacation.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme thinks Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau should be ashamed of herself for inviting death threats and hate on the TV station that broadcast video of her deputies shooting a man. Now we're supposed to trust her investigation of the incident?
PDiddie at Brains and Eggs finished posting about Houston's citywide races on the November ballot with At Large 4, At Large 5, and the controller's contest.
Egberto Willies has an example of how white allies can dispel misinformation about BLM.
Dos Centavos wants to know why Bernie Sanders doesn't have his own Hispanic billionaire funding his campaign.
John Coby at Bay Area Houston exposes more WARTS on the GOP, and questions the motives of Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman and District Attorney Devon Anderson.
Joe Deshotel at Left in Texas has the latest podcast on 'Guns, Alcohol, and the Confederate Fail Army' posted at Burnt Orange Report.
Gaswork, a new short film by anti-fractivist and actor Josh Fox, premieres in October, and TXsharon at Bluedaze has the details and the trailer.
And last, looking for a balance in a complicated world, Neil at All People Have Value visited the place were Deputy Darren Goforth was killed in Harris County and the location in Prairie View of the incident that led to the police death of Sandra Bland. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here's more posts from other great blogs from last week....
Scott Braddock reports on how Texas Republicans are sending mixed signals to business interests.
Better Texas Blog is ready for a school finance solution.
TransGriot gives you some reasons to fight for the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.
The Texas Election Law Blog fears that with redistricting still unsettled, the 2016 primaries could be a mess.
Newsdesk looks back at the Austin smoking ban, ten years after its implementation.
Bonddad has five graphs for 2015, and four bonus ones for a look ahead at our economic forecast. Don't miss his summary at the end.
Socialist Alternative explains what the two faces of capitalism in the world represent, and the options for left movements going forward.
Mock Scissors Paper has a "Happy Labor Day" message from Scott Walker.
If You Only News presents the perfect TeaBagger socialist-free Purity Pledge.
And Fascist Dyke Motors tries to start a rumor that she is having an affair with Huma Abedin.