The Texas Progressive Alliance roots for underdogs regardless of the bracket effect as it brings you this week’s roundup.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme knows the greedy corporate types want a ‘guest worker’ immigration deal, not real, humane immigration reform.
WCNews at Eye on Williamson points out that the “bidness” community in Texas needs some GOP moderates to get Medicaid expanded in Texas, Medicaid expansion showing fault lines in Texas GOP.
A mundane piece of Washington bureaucratic paperwork may have a great deal of influence in future US-Cuba relations, as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs observes.
Neil at Texas Liberal took a picture of a mining pit as he was flying from Los Angeles back to Houston. Neil has not been so active at Texas Liberal of late, but will be offering up a new website within the next few weeks. This website will be called NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Salud Today praises the city of San Antonio’s pre-kindergarten initiative.
Texans for Public Justice reveals who the biggest recipients of campaign contributions from the payday lending industry are.
Offcite describes a project by Rice University students and staff that seeks to reinvent libraries and increase access to knowledge in the developing world.
ProPublica isn’t a blog, but its report on the UT anti-affirmative action lawsuit now awaiting a SCOTUS ruling is a must-read.
Better Texas Blog says that more funding is needed for retired teachers to be self-sufficient.
Texas State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon says that if current conditions continue, Texas will experience its second-worst drought ever and worst since the 1950s.
Texpatriate reports on the term limits bill that passed out of the Senate.
Texas Leftist tells the truth on school funding.
Texas Watch says Insurance Commissioner Eleanor Kitzman has to go.
Texas Vox explains the Public Utility Commission sunset bill.
Burnt Orange Report highlights the sad state of reproductive freedom in Texas.
And finally, Doctor Nerdlove shows why the selling of masculinity is a bad deal for all of us.