The Texas Progressive Alliance believes that everyone counts and everyone should be counted as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Socratic Gadfly offers some updates on what now clearly appears to be a weird triangle in Marlin between Houston real estate “flippers,” a former VA hospital building, and the General Land Office and P. Bush.
Neil at All People Have Value again made the point that there is authoritarian/Constitutional crisis on the way.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Luke Amphlett criticizes the San Antonio ISD handbook on SB4, the so-called “sanctuary cities” law.
Therese Odell sees a chance for the Roseanne reboot to open a national dialogue on important issues, but fears it will take the easy way out.
Durrel Douglas unveils a project aimed at placing more Black people on government/NGO Boards and Commissions.
The Texas Living Waters Project reminds us that urban wildlife and people need healthy creeks and streams, not channelized ditches.
Amy Pearl asks who “walkability” is for.
BeyondBones explores the origins of timekeeping.
Guest Texan Aviva Shen examines the primary ouster of McLennan County DA Abel Reyna.