The Texas Progressive Alliance wishes everyone a happy and leftist new year.
Off the Kuff took a closer look at Democratic Congressional candidates around the state.
SocraticGadflyriffed on the idea of the Twelve Days of Christmas and found 12 jobs even better than knitting for Hillary Clinton.
PDiddie at Brains and Eggs named Hurricane Harvey his 12 jobs even better than knitting, unlike the Dallas Snooze plumping for Joe Straus.
EgbertoWillies.comwrites about "Chappelle to poor whites: Trump is fighting for me, not you" and points out that "Evangelical Christians will pay for trading faith for power, morality lost forever."
Neil at All People Have Value said Democrats running for office at every level of government in 2018 should be asked how they will respond to the threat of authoritarian government in the U.S. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
The Rivard Report tells the story of Holocaust survivor Rose Williams on her 90th birthday.
Grits for Breakfast defends using risk assessments at bail hearings.
Therese Odell was still on the Trump watch beat over the holidays.
DeAnne Cuellar tells you how to save the Internet.
Juanita is feeling better now, thanks to all for the concern.
The Dallas Observernotes an Internet poll showing Mark Cuban would beat Donald Trump in 2020 — if he ran as a Dem, which he says he won’t. Also at that site, Jim Schutze lists Dallas' top 5 needs for 2018.