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TPA citizen-bloggers are everyday folks who realize that the work of freedom is up to each of us.
Off the Kuff ponders career options for Ted Cruz.
SocraticGadfly takes a snarky look at possible Hillary Clinton Cabinet nominees.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos learned that Rick Perry is looking for a job. She thinks Ted Cruz should be looking too. In another line of work: A Tale of Two Texas Republican Losers.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is shocked to hear that a Texas cemetery refuses to serve Hispanics. Surely, they are happy Trump is the nominee of their party.
It was a disgraceful Cinco de Mayo for Drumpf, as he made a fool of himself with a taco bowl and a Hispander. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs hoped he used the coupon for free breakfast tacos on the 6th, because he certainly seemed drunk on the 5th.
As the Sanders campaign moves towards the Democratic convention in July, Neil at All People Have Value found a freedom-loving Texan supporting Bernie. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
In spite of all the polling that show Bernie Sanders defeating Trump handily while Hillary Clinton struggles against the Republican nominee, Ted at jobsanger believes just the opposite.
Texas Vox covered the Democracy Awakening protest and rally in Austin weekend before last.
Burnt Orange has their podcast up about the continuing saga of Uber and Lyft in Austin, andCultureMap asked if Houston was next.
And the Lewsville Texan Journal is expanding with the "help wanted" sign out for a journalist.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Jonathan Tilove at First Reading wonders whether Rick Perry's official portrait at the state capital will be wearing a Trump button.
Texas for Public Justice's Andrew Wheat, writing for the Observer, sees the big money dogs abandoning scandal-ridden AG Ken Paxton.
The Texas Tribune and Ballot Access News report on the independent candidate who won a plurality of the vote in the 120th Texas House special election to replace retiring Ruth Jones McClendon.
The Great God Pan Is Dead tells a NSFW story about art, obscenity, and the jailing of Rokudenashiko for making a kayak in the shape of a vagina.
Houston Tomorrow is looking for its next executive director.
Make West Texas Great Again documents (and complains about) the rise of the "suburbatarians" in rural parts of the state.
Andrea Grimes invites out-of-staters who cheer the idea of Texas seceding to come here and help us do the work needed to turn our state around.
Progress Texas rounds up the best "Ted Cruz drops out" reactions from Twitter. (WARNING: You will never be able to un-see the image at the top of this post. Click over at your own peril.)
Raise Your Hand Texas hopes you thanked a teacher last week.
And in a touching Equality Texas video for Mother's Day, a lifelong Texan shares her joys -- and fears -- of raising her transgender son.