Here is the current weekly blog round-up of the Texas Progressive Alliance.
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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 stands with Ahmed.
Socratic Gadfly turns a bit of a skeptical eye to European panic over the Syrian refugee crisis and provides some critical analysis of how it's being handled.
Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos, and contributing to Daily Kos, tried her very best to watch the second GOP presidential debate but she just couldn't take it any more. She hung in there for two hours and twenty minutes. GOP Debate: A trip back to the Twilight Zone
Tired of watching Bernie Sanders surge, Clinton surrogates grabbed the 'socialist' brush and started smearing him. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs is pretty certain that this is how it's going to go until the Sanders campaign no longer represents a threat to her coronation nomination.
WCNews at Eye on Williamson sees it becoming clear that the GOP in Texas has no problem with the cuts to Medicaid therapy. They just don't want to be blamed for it: Abbott, GOP want cuts, but no blame.
jobsanger notes that the so-called economic recovery still hasn't reached the middle class.
nonsequiteuse instructs a Houston bar not to use her as an excuse to practice bigotry.
TXsharon at Bluedaze documents another worker's death from fatal fracking vapors.
Neil at All People Have Value said that Alexander Hamilton should remain on the $10 bill. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And Egberto Willies passes along the Paul Krugman viewpoint the GOP's one-percenters will not allow Donald Trump to secure the nomination... but not for the reasons you might think.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Grits for Breakfast linked to the coverage of the chase for justice in Smith County.
The Texas Observer psoted on the Fifth Circuit's reversal of the convictions of Citgo's Corpus Christi refinery in violation of the Clean Air Act.
Somervell County Salon passes along the reporting about the anti-SLAPP legislation pending in Congress.
The TSTA Blog salutes education reporter Terrence Stutz on his retirement.
Paradise in Hell annotates Donald Trump's Texas speech, and celebrates its first year of blogging.
Texas Clean Air Matters explains why parents should care about climate change.
David Ortez reports from a Houston mayoral forum on issues facing younger voters.
Danyahel Norris illustrates the importance of Houston's equal rights ordinance.
Lawflog recounts the ongoing tussle between the Booger County Mafia and the city of Hearne's residents.
Finally, the TPA congratulates Lize Burr on her new positions as editor and publisher of the Burnt Orange Report.
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