The Texas Progressive Alliance hopes the Supreme Court finishes the job on marriage equality as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Off the Kuff offers some thoughts on emphasizing local elections for the next cycle or two.
light seeker, back from his sabbatical leave at Texas Kaos, reexamines the state of the Democratic Party and the need for and challenges to grow its voter base. The Great Progressivism Debate, Part I.
From WCNews at Eye on Williamson. The rotten fruit of one party rule in Texas, See The Corruption Inherent In The System?.
Texas Leftist kicked off the 84th Legislative Session with a new blog series. Big Government Texas is a catalogue of the endless hypocrisy waged from Texas’ TEApublican CONservative leaders. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of the series.
Texas Republicans clearly love their cronies profits more than they care about the safety of our workers. CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme morns along with those missing an actual fighter for workers and Texas children.
Handicapping the race for Houston mayor this early in the cycle is a dirty job, but PDiddie at Brains and Eggs did it anyway.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs:
Juanita explains what “local control” really means.
The Lunch Tray highlights Ag Commissioner Sid Miller’s grandstanding on “cupcake amnesty”.
Better Texas Blog lays out its legislative priorities.
CeCe Cox wants rationality to win out over fear-mongering in Plano.
Lone Star Ma bemoans the STAAR requirements.
Newsdesk eulogizes Linda Bridges, president of the American Federation of Teachers chapter in Texas, who died unexpectedly last week.
Finally, the TPA wishes Paul Burka all the best as he begins the next chapter of his life.
(Photo of of the Houston skyline from the Wells Fargo sky lobby– 2015 by L. Wayne Ashley)