The Texas Progressive Alliance passes along Heat Street's exclusive betting guide, Moms Rising's bingo card, and the drinking game rules for the first presidential debate this evening. But before it begins, Houston-area partisans, show up at the Harris County District Attorney debate, between Kim Ogg and Devon Anderson, from 6:30 until 7:30 p.m. on the near southwest side.
Socratic Gadfly "invites" members of Anonymous to hack the TV feed of the presidential debate on Monday, and John Coby at Bay Area Houston has the media's guide for delivering a win to Trump.
Off the Kuff marvels at the latest order from Judge Nelva Ramos in the voter ID lawsuit.
Libby Shaw at Daily Kos is thrilled by the poll that shows Hillary Clinton ten points ahead of Donald Trump in Harris County: Hot Damn, Houston! We can do this.
A discomfiting conclusion about Ted Cruz folding to Dan Patrick and endorsing Trump was drawn by PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.
As the Republican Congress fiddles, the Zika virus marches on Texas. CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is continually appalled at the Republican war on health care and the well being of citizens.
Neil at All People Have Value pointed out that Ann Harris Bennett would be a far better Harris County Tax Assessor-Voter Registrar than failed incumbent Mike Sullivan. APHV is part of NeilAquino.com.
Asian American Action Fund advances a fundraiser later this week for one of its favored candidates, Rep. Tammy Duckworth (IL-US Senate).
State Rep. Ron Simmons will address the Lewisville Chamber of Commerce regarding the forthcoming legislative session and various transportation matters, reports the Texan-Journal.
Texas Leftist is a little taken aback by the number of teachers slated to lose their jobs under Trump's education plan.
And Dos Centavos humble-brags about the two albums he reviewed that were nominated for the Latin Grammys.
More blog posts from around Texas!
The Houston Communist Party, in coordination with the Houston Socialist Movement, plans a counter-protest against the "White Lives Matter" protest next Saturday, at the Anti-Defamation League's southwest Houston office.
Forrest Wilder at the Texas Observer laments the state of the media, but not that of journalism.
Karisha Shaw at Strength in Numbers has a view of intersectionality through the lens of a queer black woman.
Grits for Breakfast offers a suggestion to the Texas House committee contemplating a racial profiling aspect to police stops: limit searches to reduce public dissatisfaction.
Swamplot updates the court room battle between two oyster harvesting companies over Galveston Bay's reefs as the bay recovers from the spring flooding.
Pages of Victory explains why the Trans-Pacific Partnership exemplifies his loss of respect for the Democratic Party.
Lone Star Ma focuses on the twelfth of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
Colleen Aune (a former member of the Rice Marching Owl Band) and Dan Solomon have their say on the MOB's controversial halftime show during the Rice-Baylor game.
Raised On The Rail provides a handy map of Houston restaurants near light rail stops.
The Lunch Tray alerts us to a disturbing report about teens and hunger.
The Austin Chronicle and the Texas Freedom Network both remind us that SBOE member David Bradley is a huge jerk.
And the TPA wishes Tom "Smitty" Smith a happy and healthy retirement.