SocraticGadfly: TX Progressives salute the #MarchForOurLives movement

March 27, 2018

TX Progressives salute the #MarchForOurLives movement

The Texas Progressive Alliance stands with the marchers as it brings you this week's roundup.

Off the Kuff analyzed the Harris County precinct data for the Democratic Senate primary.

As if last weekend’s March For Our Lives events weren’t epic enough, Texas Leftist was glad to see some Houston Area high school students start yet another impressive movement. By bringing prominent Democratic and Republican leaders together in ways that political forces have fallen short, the Inaugural Day of Unity Texas is off to a great start.

Neil at All People Had Value made the point that we are facing an authoritarian/Constitutional crisis.

Ted at Jobsanger enjoyed watching Trump squirm over Stormy Daniels but wants the country to move on — to Hillary 2020 presumably, or maybe JoePa Biden, now, since he wants to fight Trump.

The Texas Trib notes that Texans are getting ever harder to count as the 2020 Census is just two years away.


 And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.

Stephen Young lists ten Texas celebrities who ought to get into politics, a list that might have been a bit more useful before the primaries.

Also at the Dallas Observer, Jim Schutze says Ben Carson may be right about something.

Space City Weather explains why a hurricane forecast for 2018 will be a challenge.

Jeff Balke puts the blame on negligent drivers for the spate of car crashes with light rail trains in Houston.

Dwight Silverman shows how to manage your Facebook privacy settings.

Mean Green Cougar Red takes a long look at the Uber self-driving car that caused the death of a bicyclist.

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