Texas political bloggers update

I’ve added several more blogs to the Texas Political Bloggers page. Counting the expats and myself, there’s a total of 66. A special shoutout to newcomer Appalachia Alumni Association, who has the best intro and name explanation I’ve seen in awhile (scroll down to the bottom of the page, the permalink is a bit screwy, something I’ve never before seen in a Movable Type blog). Check ’em out.

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3 Responses to Texas political bloggers update

  1. hope says:

    Sorry about the link – I’m an idiot when it comes to all this coding stuff. Anyway, thanks for the shoutout – you are the first person whom I do not know personally who has linked to me. 🙂

  2. Mike Thomas says:

    Another one here in San Antonio is


    Tends to be just a tad bit on the conservative side.

  3. Bert says:

    As an ex-GI, I and many millions of Veterans and active duty GI’s know that George Bush is a deserter. The Uniform Code of
    Military Justice defines AWOL(absent without leave) as 15 days absent, and Desertion as 30 days or more of absence. Bush was gone for months or years without reporting for duty. He is a deserter!
    Many young men went to Ft Leavenworth for what he did. He is a deserter!

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