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Texas blog roundup for the week of October 9

The Texas Progressive Alliance also does not deny that it called Donald Trump a moron – among other things – as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff is glad to see that at least for now, your voter registration info is safe from the clutches of the Trump Commission.

Horwitz, in the Houston Chronicle, asks why the flags shouldn’t just be left at half-mast perpetually in this hellish new world of ours.

Cardinals fan SocraticGadfly salutes the success of old NL Central rival Houston Astros, while offering a Redbirds post-mortem and to-do list, including wondering if Giancarlo Stanton is available and at what possible price.

Our Revolution swung through Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Tyler with Nina Turner and Jim Hightower headlining, and PDiddie at Brains and Eggs cautioned the state’s withered Democratic Party that their future lies there (and essentially nowhere else).

Neil at All People Have Value said the bottom line goal of his political activism is to be able to account for himself as we fight Trump and all these lousy people. APHV is part of


And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Adventus fears that smaller communities damaged by Harvey will miss out on recovery funds.

Offcite looks at the lessons Houston can learn from suburbs that were designed with nature in mind.

Better Texas Blog insists that insurance coverage for contraception should be a health care standard.

Mean Green Cougar Red has had enough of the “search for answers” after every mass gun homicide.

Texas Vox applauds Austin for making solar power more accessible.

The TSTA Blog compares and contrasts Don Willett and Thurgood Marshall.

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