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SocraticGadfly dips into the archives and offers up thoughts on that Christmas chestnut "It's a Wonderful Life," including what a remake might look like, and a follow-up post about all of what's wrong with the original.
Off the Kuff reviews who filed for what in the Democratic primaries in Texas, and Stace at Dos Centavos added some impressions of the Harris County contested D primary races.
The Green Party of Texas filed almost sixty candidates for state and local offices for the 2016 election, reports PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
Greg Abbott reacts to children coming to America by sending troops. Obama looks at solving problems in Central America. CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is disgusted that the only tools Republicans have are military force, fear, and hate.
Egberto Willies is concerned that America is sitting on a powder keg of hatred.
Neil at All People Have Value said that we would be better off with the values of Christmas rather than with the values of commerce. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
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Grits for Breakfast has the latest prosecutor screwup by the McClennan County DA in the Waco biker shootings case.
ICYMI, Democratic Blog News has both the full video and transcript of Saturday night's debate.
Illustrating the deep divisions fracturing Democrats as a result of the most recent strife in their presidential primary, Ted at jobsanger accuses the Sanders campaign of "stealing" data, andSomervell County Salon says that she won't be voting for Clinton as a result of the DNC's actions.
Mean Rachel wishes Rep. Elliott Naishtat a fond farewell.
Next City believes that urbanists will like Houston Mayor-elect Sylvester Turner, and Kyle Jack lists outgoing Houston Mayor Annise Parker's top ten snarky tweets.
Christopher Hooks analyzes the recent mock mass shooting/farting in Austin.
John Wright proposes five New Year's resolutions for the LGBT movement.
Paradise in Hell tries to distinguish between Ted Cruz's lies.
The Isiah Factor took note of Texas schools following the new fingerprint rule for educators, andTexas Watch is pressing the TEA for more information about school bus safety.
Moni at Transgriot -- via Strength In Numbers -- seems to be fed up with Caitlyn Jenner, who was in Houston last week and had a prayer session with Pastor Ed Young of Second Baptist Church.
The Lewisville Texan Journal reported on the local press conference declaring the Lewisville Dam -- despite various seeps and a bank slide -- to be in no imminent danger of failing.
Bayou City History shows us those grand penthouse suites from the old Astroworld Hotel, a part of Judge Roy Hofheinz's Astrodomain.
And Fascist Dyke Motors is going to take a sabbatical, so don't keep an eye out for her.