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.
Here is the round-up--
Off the Kuff is encouraged by a surge in voter registration from people who can't wait to vote against Donald Trump.
Libby Shaw, attending a roast of Dan Patrick at Daily Kos, received a fair share of push back when she suggested GOP primary voters defaulted to Trump because most of them understand that they've been conned by the GOP establishment. They lost because they serve billionaires. Voters finally figured it out.
SocraticGadfly looks at the Texas Supreme Court's school finance ruling and says Texas GOP votershave reaped what they have sown.
Dos Centavos expresses outrage about the administration's latest immigrant raids, and hopes that Bernie Sanders delegates to state conventions will hold fast -- and hold the Clinton delegation's feet to the fire -- on deportation issues.
A new report on fracking setback distances in Texas shows them to be inadequate, according to Txsharon at Bluedaze.
jobsanger listicles the two biggest lies Republicans tell about employment.
Egberto Willies passes along a Washington Times story about Newt Gingrich, which says that he would "probably" accept a VP slot with Donald Trump if asked.
Texas Vox says that if you are concerned about a chemical explosion similar to the one in West happening in your town, consider writing to the EPA. Because our state government simply isn't going to do anything.
The difference between murder and manslaughter is "I didn't mean to", observes PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
Neil at All People Have Value sees a lot of value in everyday life. You should as well. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And John Coby at Bay Area Houston eulogized Carl Whitmarsh.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Chris Hooks at the Texas Observer writes about the Lyin' Ted in winter.
The WAWG Blog has a few questions for millennial Sandernistas, on behalf of boomer ones.
Grit for Breakfast asks: What does an Austin cop have to do to get charged with official oppression? Something worse than Tasering a confused, homeless man lying on the ground?
Lawflog passes on the latest from Booger (aka Robertson) County, which details a few liars, thieves and sore losers.
Lone Star Ma highlights the 10th of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): "Reduce inequality within and among countries."
Space City Weather salutes the Addicks and Barker reservoirs for their stalwart flood mitigation.
The Great God Pan Is Dead updates us on the Rokudenashiko case.
Phyllis Randolph Frye explains what the law really says about bathrooms. And Cody Pogue would like us all to get over our bathroom issues already.
John Nova Lomax questions Houston ISD's school renamings.
BOR frets that the combination of Zika virus and anti-abortion laws could have a large and negative effect on public health in Texas.
Everything Lubbock takes note of the Hockley County game warden who got a laugh out of a woman reporting a chupacabra sighting there.
And Pages of Victory shares some of his unpopular notions.
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