The Texas Progressive Alliance hopes everyone stays safe in the snow as it brings you this week’s roundup.
SocraticGadfly questions the mainstream media narrative that the GOP presidential race is down to a Trump-Cruz two person event with this analysis and has a follow-up skewering of the Trump-Palin fun coming.
State Sen. Rodney Ellis, state Rep. Garnet Coleman, three current and one former Houston city councilmen all want to take the place of the recently-departed Harris County Commissioner El Franco Lee on the November ballot. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs has the latest on the most highly contested 2016 race that you won’t be eligible to vote for.
Neil at All People Have Value took a Martin Luther King Day picture of two different types of birds sharing space in peace. We could learn from these birds. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Keep Austin Wonky interviews Texas House candidate Huey Rey Fischer.
The Current advertises a movie screening to raise money for the Texas Civil Rights Project.
Texans for Public Justice filed a complaint with the FEC against Ted Cruz for his failure to report those Goldman Sachs and Citibank loans from 2012.
Anastasia Hansen tells you things you may not have known about Houston’s bus system.
Progress Texas documents four decades of Texas abortion laws.
These Boots were made for Walkin?? Only if you’re tall enough to touch the Texas skies.
For 36 years, ‘The Giant Justins’, a sculpture by Bob “Daddy-O” Wade have greeted shoppers, tourists and fans at San Antonio’s North Star Mall. The 40 foot tall twins have been certified as the tallest pair of boots in the world by the Guinness Book of Records. So there you go folks. Everything may not be bigger in Texas, but at least when it comes to boots, we’re walkin’ all over the competition.
Photo credit: The Travel Nurse Blog