The Texas Progressive Alliance looks forward to a day when it never has to mourn the victims of another mass shooting again as it brings you this week's roundup.
Off the kuff sets a couple of hopefully attainable goals for Texas Democrats in 2016.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos has had it with political inaction after yet one more tragic mass shooting. Enough is enough. The carnage has got to stop. Fire the cowards who enable gun slaughter. When Political Cowardice is Lethal.
Socratic Gadfly reads Sanders' call for election reforms and wishes he had real reform that included third parties.
The Texas Democratic Convention was held in San Antonio this past weekend, and by all accounts was underwhelming, as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs predicted.
eil at All People Have Value took his efforts to the streets to promote the value of everyday life to the corner of Cesar Chavez and Harrisburg in Houston. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
Egberto Willies interviews a secessionist who wants to see if Brexit can create ideas for Texit.
Texas Sharon maps out the oil and gas industry's health threats.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Diana Wray recaps Dan Patrick's very bad day on Twitter following the Orlando massacre.
The TSTA blog calls for educators to unite against Donald Trump.
Ben Becker has some questions for TEA Commissioner Mike Morath about the STAAR test.
Alamo Heights ISD Superintendent Kevin Brown and several of his colleagues warn that we can no longer fool ourselves into believing that just because many students seem to do well and graduate prepared for college and career, that we can sustain those results over time.
Scott Braddock peeks behind the curtain at the handful of rich radicals who were trying to buy this year's legislative elections.
Nancy Sims mourns the tragedy in Orlando and asks what we all will do about it.
Kris Banks asserts that gun safety is an LGBT issue.
Grits for Breakfast has a Politifact smackdown.
San Antonio-area superintendents urge us all to get real about school funding and school outcomes.
Ben Becker questions TEA Commissioner Mike Morath about STAAR. (And gets a weak response.)