The Texas Progressive Alliance hopes that everyone made it through the blood moon apocalypse all right as it brings you this week’s roundup. (Assuming we’re all still here to read it.)
Off the Kuff comments on the first poll of Texas we’ve seen in awhile.
Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos and contributing to Daily Kos notes that George P. Bush is a predictable clone of his father and uncle. It’s all about him and his cronies. Texans should be wary. George P. Bush: A Chip Off of the Old Block.
SocraticGadfly has a two-fer on Texas-related big business smackdowns. First, he compares VW to Blue Bell, without being sure who loses more in that. Second, after yet ANOTHER recent flight delay, he bitches about Southwest becoming more and more just another legacy airline.
With seven million bucks to spend and a Houston mayoral race that’s putting people’s feet to sleep, the Houston Chronic excitedly reports that the campaign air wars are about to begin. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs points out that this is just one of the signs of a dysfunctional political system.
Neil at All People Have Value took a picture in Downtown Houston that suggested the important place of just plain luck in our lives. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
It may not generate much press during this election cycle, but Texas Leftist has been seeing the signs of a growing challenge for the Houston region. We are now in an affordable housing crisis that is likely to worsen in the coming years.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Eric Berger shows us what Sunday’s lunar eclipse would have looked like if we saw it from the moon.
Offcite reports from Parking Day in Houston.
Greg Wythe wonders when the campaign for Houston Mayor will begin.
Glenn Smith notes that the late Yogi Berra was a beneficiary of birthright citizenship, which many Republicans like Ted Cruz would like to rescind.
Mean Green Cougar Red recalls Hurricane Rita.
Today’s feature photo is an original gas lamp on the historic Strand, Galveston, Texas.