Texas Liberal

All People Matter

Reach Out To People Who Have Obscure Interests Or Who Read A Lot

If you know somebody who is interested in an obscure or technical subject, make an effort to learn a little about the subject so that person has someone to talk with.   

The same goes for a young person who reads a lot when most of his or her friends do not. Reach out to that young person so he or she does not feel alone.

Everybody wants to be communicated with to at least some degree. Take the time to figure out what people close to you want to discuss.

April 2, 2008 Posted by | Books, Relationships | , , | 2 Comments

Welcome To Texas Liberal

Texas Liberal is a blog of politics and political history.

Additional focuses of the blog are books, art, poetry, personal relationships and, also, sea life and marine mammals. 

While I am in Houston, Texas, this is not a Texas political blog. Though I do sometimes write about Texas and Houston issues.   

I often write about my former hometown of Cincinnati, and about the great beach city of Galveston, Texas. 

I define liberalism as a role for government in the economy, and broad acceptance of people regardless of who they are.

This is why it says “All People Matter” at the top of the blog.  

A blog grows one reader at a time. If you like what you read here, please consider forwarding the link.  

Texas Liberal began regular posting on July 25, 2006.

I also blog at the Houston Chronicle as one of eight featured political bloggers, and on Where’s The Outrage? which posts out of North Carolina.

I can be reached at naa six-one-eight at att dot-com. 

Thanks for reading Texas Liberal.

The drawing above is of the extinct Cretan Dwarf Hippopotamus

April 2, 2008 Posted by | Blogging, Books, Cincinnati, Houston, Political History, Politics, Texas | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment