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TPA citizen-bloggers are everyday folks who realize that the work of freedom is up to each of us.
Here is the round up--
Off the Kuff laments the Fifth Circuit ruling that will allow some enforcement of the "sanctuary cities" law.
SocraticGadfly sees wingnuts creating red herrings and strawmen over Dallas' removal of the Robert E. Lee statue, and exposes their deliberate fallacies.
The F!^%*&ing Russians made headlines again, and PDiddie at Brains and Eggs cringed.
In Port Aransas, Texas Standard has an account from Cowboy Camp David, which is feeding the masses of Harvey victims and relief workers there.
Better Texas Blog takes note of the extension of the Obamacare enrollment period for those who've been affected by Hurricane Harvey.
jobsanger cites Rasmussen as an authority on the ignorance of the American electorate (and the irony is rich).
Grits for Breakfast sees Bexar County is ending arrests for small quantities of marijuana.
The Lewisville ISD discussed the 'R' word in in its workshop last week, reports the Texan Journal.
Chris Hooks at the Texas Observer sees Greg Abbott's hostility toward the metro areas of the state untempered even by the ravages of Hurricane Harvey.
The Texas Tribune reveals the piles of dark money behind the lack of reporting about the dangers posed by petrochemical plants along the Gulf Coast in the wake (no pun intended) of Harvey.
David Collins at DBC Green Blog has a couple of posts about the callousness of Trump to the suffering of the people of Puerto Rico.
Neil at All People Have Value took a picture of electrical wires on a rainy day. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.