February 22, 2005
Yet another Texas Political Bloggers update

The new year continues to bring new Texas political blogs, so I've done another update of the Texas political bloggers page. A few I'd like to call your attention to are the Capitol Annex and Inside the Texas Capitol, and also Rio Grande Valley Politics. The latter is a rare example of a political blog outside the Houston/Austin/Dallas axis, and I'm looking forward to seeing more from it. If I had one blogospheric wish, it would be to see at least one progressive political blog from every major population center in Texas. We're slowly getting there, but until an El Paso progressive blogger is found, we're not there yet.

The other two join an impressively large field of folks who cover the Texas Legislature as part or all of their mission. That group includes In the Pink Texas, PinkDome, State Rep. Aaron Pena (D, Edinburg, also from the Valley), A Little Pollyanna, Grits for Breakfast, and the Statesman's On the Lege. You want to know what's happening in the Lege this session, you've got plenty of resources available to you.

As always, if I've overlooked someone, please let me know. And as a side note to 'stina, I have found confirmation that the Bull Moose is indeed from Waco (confirmation found, appropriately enough, via Greg). He's now listed among the Expats.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on February 22, 2005 to Blog stuff | TrackBack

My blog, Common Sense, is written out of good 'ol Waco, Texas. I didn't know that the Bull Moose was also from here. I'll have to chat with him some time about vulture statues on courthouses and Steve Martin.

Posted by: Nate-N on February 22, 2005 8:01 PM

You know, I need to post on the blogs. I do. They seem to be multiplying.

Posted by: Kimberly on February 24, 2005 10:11 AM