Texas blog roundup for the week of April 22

The Texas Progressive Alliance presents its complete and unredacted blog roundup for the week to you.

Off the Kuff reviews some Senate election data from 2018 to make some postulates about 2020.

SocraticGadfly has a trifecta of posts about hot recent news. When the Mueller Report was released, he offered up a non-twosiderism take about what it said and what it didn’t. When Beltway stenos and The Resistance refused to let go of collusion etc., he called them out in a follow-up. Earlier, after Julian Assange’s arrest, he gave a non-twosiderism assessment of the history leading up to that.


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

Luke Metzger recaps how environmental issues are faring during the legislative session.

Wardah Khalid calls out Rep. Dan Crenshaw’s hypocrisy.

Robert Rivard bemoans the continual lack of interest in San Antonio municipal elections.

Paradise in Hell is not impressed with Dan Patrick.

Christopher Hooks reminds us what a lousy public servant State Sen. Bob Hall is.

Better Texas Blog shows why a property-tax-for-sales-tax swap is bad policy.

Juanita remains the go-to source for Louie Gohmert news.

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One Response to Texas blog roundup for the week of April 22

  1. Bill Daniels says:

    Socratic Gadfly has fallen off the muh Russian kuhloozion bandwagon. I expect to see him dog piled by those that can’t face reality, that that narrative was a carefully crafted hoax.

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