The Texas Progressive Alliance is feeling the Olympic spirit as it brings you this week's roundup.
Off the Kuff is pleased by the changes to voter ID requirements that were agreed to last week.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme, like the US Hispanic Congressional Caucus, is disgusted with the CEO of IBC bank doing business in South Texas while supporting Donald Trump.
Taking into account both real and hypothetical options, SocraticGadfly uses ranked choice voting to explain how he would vote, or like to vote, in this year's presidential election.
The Green Party's presidential nominating convention in Houston kept PDiddie at Brains and Eggs busy most of the week. There's also a CNN town hall scheduled for next week for the Jill Stein-Ajamu Baraka ticket.
Texas Leftist also blogged about the Green convention.
Neil at All People Have Value walked on Houston's fabulous Airline. Drive with a sign regarding the need for respect for all people. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
Texas Vox expressed concern about Waste Control Specialists and the Department of Energy jumping into a radioactive bed together again.
Lewisville Texan Journal celebrated one year in print.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Pamela Coloff's 2006 story on the UT Tower shooting received a lot of attention on the 50th anniversary of that horrible day.
Better Texas Blog explains how Texas can support kinship caregivers.
Eileen Smith keeps trying to make sense of Donald Trump.
Dan Wallach contemplates election security as national security.
The Texas Living Waters Project argues that desalination could harm Texas' bays.
Juanita is seeking support for Glen Maxey's ballot by mail program.
The TSTA Blog sees through the latest school finance "reform" idea.