The Texas Progressive Alliance has been thinking thoughts of spring training, and what’s likely not inside that Mueller Report, as it brings you this week's roundup.
Off the Kuff considers a possible Joaquin Castro candidacyfor Senate.
Socratic Gadfly looks at bright line-drawing in the sand by backers of one Presidential Candidates, and reminds people of the historic value of third parties.
And here are some posts of interest for Texas from other blogs and news sites.
Brains and Eggs offers his weekly presidential candidates roundup.
Jim Schutze calls out the Morning Snooze editorial page for “lying serially” about Dallas mayoral candidate Scott Griggs.
Equality Texas warns of bad "religious exemption" bills moving in the Senate.
Better Texas Blog calls one of those very bills a "step backwards" for hard working Texans.
Related, the Texas Observer reports on bills that would prevent tracking such vaccine-exempted people.
Juan Juarez argues that Texas needs nondiscrimination laws for LGBT teachers.
Texas Vox throws its support behind a bill that would establish a disaster identification system for a declared state of disaster.
The TSTA Blog reminds us that powerful interests don't want to see teachers get a pay raise.
Therese Odell celebrated Michael Cohen Testimony Day.