Texas blog roundup for the week of December 17

The Texas Progressive Alliance is busy decorating for Mueller-mas as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff looked at how statewide candidates performed in Harris County.

SocraticGadfly takes a skeptical look at the Betomania 2020 Kool-Aid.

Texas Leftist notes the worries of the Texas Vietnamese community in the wake of the latest Trump administration deportation threats.


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

The Bloggess presents the Ninth Annual James Garfield Christmas Miracle.

Elise Hu reported on brain-machine interfaces at the University of Houston.

Swamplot has the perfect present for the Astrodome-lover in your life.

Better Texas Blog updates us on where we stand with school finance.

Dan Solomon ponders the demise of the breastaurant.

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One Response to Texas blog roundup for the week of December 17

  1. Bill Daniels says:

    With regard to the immigrant Vietnamese community, or any immigrant community, why would we NOT want to deport criminals here who are eligible to be deported? Immigrant criminals often times victimize their own immigrant communities, so deporting bad hombres, be they Vietnamese, German, or non US Hispanic, seems like something that will make our communities safer. Isn’t that a good thing?

    Do Hispanic communities rally around their MS-13 members? Why would the Vietnamese community rally around their criminal element? They are the most likely to be targeted and victimized.

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