The Texas Progressive Alliance is glad that so many people will be getting health insurance even if that number should have been much higher as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Dos Centavos reviews the biopic of Cesar Chavez and reminds us that the radical fringe in Texas would like to keep his name and others like him out of our kids’ classrooms.
The Texas Central Railway, the latest effort to launch high speed rail from Houston to Dallas, made their initial plans public this week and PDiddie at Brains and Eggs had the advance (before) and the post-press conference report (after).
Thanks to James Moore at Texas to the World, Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos learned Ted Cruz is a cheapskate who spends more time in Iowa than in the Rio Grande Valley. Libby also discovered Ted Cruz lied about The Biggest Lie in all Politics.
Texas Leftist is glad Democrats have finally stumbled upon a winning strategy for 2014. The questions now… Can we keep the fire burning through November, and will Greg Abbott/ GOP weasel out of having general election debates??
Reading a book about the settlement routes of Black people in the United States, Neil at All People Have Value wrote about ideas of movement beyond physical migration. All People Have Value is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
The Great God Pan Is Dead wants to know what Rice University has against art.
Cody Pogue asks and answers the question “What is Texas?”
Mark Bennett defines the ethics of decolletage.
Offcite photographs the Alps of Pasadena. No, really, it makes sense once you read it.
Nonsequiteuse has a suggestion for those who think the equal pay issue is no big thing.
The Texas Living Waters Project implores you to give your feedback on our state’s water future.
Jen Sorenson, a freelance artist now living in Texas, illustrates her experience with Obamacare.
Texas Vox asks “How many oil spills will it take?”
Texas Vox marks the 25th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez disaster.
And finally, in much happier anniversary news, Amy Valentine celebrates her fifth anniversary of being cancer-free.