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Texas blog roundup for the week of February 4

The Texas Progressive Alliance would like to announce that it is not forming an exploratory committee to run for President, but it is bringing you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff has been all over that bogus SOS advisory about alleged non-citizen voters.

Socratic Gadfly speculates on what White Castle selling veggie burgers has to say about the future of meat-eating and cattle-raising in Texas and elsewhere.


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

Jeff Balke points to the real issues with technology and privacy.

CultureMap Austin notes that the capital city is one of the biggest anti-vaccination hotspots in the country.

Better Texas Blog checks up on health care bills in the Lege.

Grits has some questions about that police raid in Houston that left two dead and five cops injured.

Paradise in Hell was not impressed by Greg Abbott’s voter purge effort.

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One Comment

  1. Bill Daniels says:

    This is one of those rare moments when Grits for Breakfast is spot on. HPD murdered an entire family, including the family dog. I have questions, too, but unfortunately Chief Acevedo is in D.C. telling the House committee why he needs to take guns from the citizenry.

    The only reason this story even gained traction in the news was because a military veteran with no police record, a guy practically a senior citizen, was able to fight back against heavily armed home invaders who broke down his door with zero warning. The only reason we know about this is because a citizen with no police record had a gun in his own home.