The Texas Progressive Alliance celebrates the life and achievements of Muhammad Ali as it brings you this week's roundup.
Off the Kuff wonders if Dan Patrick will ever take the time to meet with a transgender person.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos sharply notes that while Houston drowns the state's top GOP leadership remains fixated on potty rooms. Earth to the Three Texas Stooges: People don't drown and die in bathrooms.
SocraticGadfly, with the death of Muhammad Ali, blogs about a new book about his relationship with Malcolm X.
Regular monsoons (and decisions made long ago by fossil fuel companies and real estate developers) aren't the only things lately making Texas a terrible place to be. A Republican party held unaccountable by their voters, and a Democratic Party that suffers generational battered wife syndrome, contribute to what PDiddie at Brains and Eggs calls the misery that is Texas.
What's the matter with Corpus Christi's water supply? CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme wonders.
Neil at All People Have Value completed 8 days of jury duty this past week and was glad that he did. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
Space City Weather breaks down the latest major flood events in the Houston area.
Expat Texan Elise Hu-Stiles sees freedom from a different perspective these days.
Scott Braddock considers the Trump effect on legislative races.
The Lunch Tray looks back on six years of blogging.
Iris Dimmick reports on Pride Month activities in San Antonio.
Ashton Woods and Monica Roberts respond to a homophobic op-ed in the Houston Forward Times.
Michael Hardy contemplates the Sugar Land Selfie Statue.
Make West Texas Great Again has a talk radio challenge for Dan Patrick.