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Texas blog roundup for the week of January 28

The Texas Progressive Alliance salutes Speaker Nancy Pelosi (or “Speaker Pelosi”, as we call her) for getting Donald Trump to fold in the shutdown fight as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff kept up with the Census lawsuit news, now being fought in two courts.

SocraticGadfly had two different pieces on just how real and how strong the national “jobs miracle” is. First, if as much as half of Internet traffic is fake and bots, then how “real” are many Internet-driven jobs such as SEO marketing? Second, he advised people not to believe semi-legend pieces about the ease of job-hopping. The reality is different; it’s driven by IT-tech jobs, followed by sales, and doesn’t apply if you’re over a certain age.


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

Raise Your Hand Texas highlights some of the many public school choice options available to Texas students and families.

TJ Mayes argues for a smoke-free policy in San Antonio’s parks.

John Coby has some advice for would-be office seekers.

Therese Odell celebrates the long-overdue arrest of Roger Stone.

Stephen Young invites you to watch Ted Cruz get called out by a fellow Senator for his hypocrisy on government shutdowns.

The Texas Living Waters Project writes about reforesting stream banks.

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