–And DC attempts to get back to regular blogging after feeling all dead inside (politically, of course) these last few weeks. Stay connected!
The Texas Progressive Alliance liked it better when politicians wanted to kiss babies and not deport them as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Off the Kuff took a closer look at who votes in City of Houston elections.
Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos and contributing to Daily Kos notes that when the GOP opened its house to dog whistles it ushered in the wolves. The GOP Deserves Its Monster.
Fresh off his vacation, and as it approaches its centennial, SocraticGadfly casts a critical eye at what he describes as the decline and fall of the National Park Service.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme notes that Donald Trump is exposing the world to the racism consuming the GOP along with its authoritarian, 2nd amendment mindset.
It was all Houston mayoral elections all last week for PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, who attended a forum in his back yard, smelled some oligarchy in the HGLBT Caucus endorsement, covered the two adverse developments for the HERO, and witnessed Chris Bell’s smackdown of Adrian Garcia.
With Bernie Sanders running strongly for 2016, Neil at All People Have Value wrote that polling data reports more and more Americans are open to Socialism. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Paradise in Hell previews the fried delicacies that await us at this year’s State Fair of Texas.
The Lunch Tray confirms that Americans do indeed want kids to eat healthier food at school.
Texas Watch tells you what’s really driving the cost of your car insurance bill.
Alexa Garcia-Ditta takes you on a tour of San Antonio’s new HB2-compliant abortion facility.
Tamara Tabo explains why you haven’t heard more about all those bikers who were arrested in Waco in May.
The Makeshift Academic reports that Arkansas has fully embraced Medicaid expansion.
Pamela Coloff awards the title of Worst Lawyer in Texas to disgraced and now disbarred former prosecutor Charles Sebesta.