Here is the current weekly blog round-up of the Texas Progressive Alliance.
I'm glad to report that I'm a member of this fine group.
TPA citizen-bloggers are everyday folks who realize that the work of freedom is up to each of us.
Off the Kuff took a closer look at how people voted in the Houston mayor's race.
Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos, and contributing to Daily Kos, wonders if Houston's anti-HERO supporters (those who embrace discrimination on behalf of bathrooms) know the group's head ringleader is defending a male bathroom pervert?
Socratic Gadfly is trying to popularize the term Inside the Mopac media as a parallel to "Inside the Beltway media." (And he's just started reading "A Field Philosopher's Guide to Fracking," which has a number of references to our own TXSharon at BlueDaze!)
Donald Trump asked "How stupid are the people of Iowa?" and PDiddie at Brains and Eggsanswered, "stupid enough to vote for you, asshole".
Neil at All People Have Value observed that artist Mark Rothko had an almost Starbucks level of hatred for Jesus. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme thinks it's all kinds of wrong to have private businesses pay for our border patrol.
From main line media reporting, it almost seems like some "shocking development" that the same forces which defeated the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance would now turn their ire upon the city of Dallas. But to Texas Leftist, or anyone that has closely followed the U.S. Pastors Council, this move was just a matter of time. Hold on to your seats North Texas, and get ready for some heinous lies to come your way.
Egberto Willies sees similarities between the message Robert Jeffress preaches and that of the most extreme mullahs of ISIS.
The Lewisville Texan Journal passes on the LISD pleading that Greg Abbott appoint an experienced state commissioner of education.
And here's more posts from other Texas blogs.
jobsanger takes note of the fact that Republicans are embarrassingly bad at creating jobs.
The Texas Election Law Blog updates the story about the ongoing challenges that the city of Martindale has had in conducting a local election.
Culturemap Houston goes to acclaimed local filmmaker Trey Edwards Shults for advice on surviving Thanksgiving with family: Make a movie together.
Somervell County Salon posts about Land Commissioner George P. Bush's Alamo overreach.
Prairie Weather has a eulogy of French philosopher Andre Glucksmann.
The Texas Observer was on the scene as the UT Million Student March called for free tuition, cancellation of student debt, and a $15 minimum wage for campus employees.
Grits for Breakfast has the report on the Texas DPS documenting traffic stops of minority drivers as 'white'.
Morgan Guyton decries Houston pastors who bore false witness against their transgender brothers and sisters.
Texas Watch has a petition calling for hospitals to be accountable for their doctors.
Raise Your Hand Texas reviews the education-related interim charges for the Legislature.
Alexa Martin-Storey and Kate Prickett remind us that plenty of laws and policies that undermine same-sex parenting still exist.
And last, Fascist Dyke Motors found some blog seeds while cleaning.
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