At the bottom of this post is the most recent weekly round-up of the Texas Progressive Alliance. The TPA is a confederation of the best political bloggers in Texas.
On a fully unrelated note, I never realized until a few days ago that I could write in color on the blog. I can’t imagine why I will need to write in color on the blog, but it did come as something as a surprise.
So please allow me, just this once, to type my standard reminder to Texas Liberal readers is what is termed by WordPress as “Sea Green”
You always have the option to attend a public meeting, attend or organize a protest, write or call an elected official, talk to friends and family, start a blog, donate money, write a letter to the editor, volunteer for candidates and causes you value, and even run for office yourself. The work of freedom and democracy is up to you. Nobody will do this work for you.
Above is a painting called Green Sea. It was painted by Milton Avery in 1958. Mr. Avery lived 1885-1965
At least I digress to the extent that one subject can be removed from another subject in a world where all things are connected.
Connection—And by extension the role of context and circumstance in life, are at the core of the liberal ideology in politics.
We are all connected by the simple fact of existence itself.
What a sharp contrast to the go-it-alone view of the political right, in which nobody is morally obligated to help others.
Here is the round up—-
WhosPlayin has been focused on Lewisville city council elections and the criminal records of two of the candidates, each of whom has assault convictions and each of whom lied on their ballot application.
Bay Area Houston notes that When the Galveston County Republican Party Chair slept with teabaggers he woke up with a bad taste in his mouth… and no job.
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