The Texas Progressive Alliance hopes everyone read at least one banned book last week as it brings you this weeks’ roundup.
Libby Shaw writing for Texas Kaos and Daily Kos laments the dire consequences of voting Republican or of not voting at all. Oh come on Texas, surely we can do better than THIS?
From WCNews at Eye on Williamson. Abbott’s transportation TV ad is full of dissembling, Abbott’s Fundamentally Dishonest Transportation Ad.
Eric Holder was certainly not as bad as Alberto Gonzales, but his tenure as US attorney general still did not merit a passing grade, at least according to PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
Neil at All People Have Value said there is no inherent conflict between involvement in traditional politics, while at the same time looking for non-conventional protests and movements as a way also to move society in a better direction. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
Though the new routes are far from being finalized,Texas Leftist shares that Houston METRO has now fully committed to the System Reimagining Plan. After this week’s vote by the METRO board, there’s no turning back.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
SciGuy gives us a look at Russia’s astronaut training facility.
Newsdesk reports on Rep. Dawnna Dukes’ abortion disclosure.
Texas Clean Air Matters cheers Austin and San Antonio’s leadership in clean energy.
Andre Grimes points and laughs at Breitbart Texas.
The Bloggess encourages you to support your local no-kill animal shelter.
The TSTA blog calls out Greg Abbott for lying about his authority as AG to settle the school finance lawsuit.
The Current has more reporting on the shady practices and uninformed advice at crisis pregnancy centers.
Scott Braddock tells the tale of a wingnut catfight.
This week features pictures of Beaumont, Texas…