TPA Roundup (April 21, 2014)

Note: The opinions expressed by the Texas Progressive Alliance or any other blog are not necessarily those of Texpatriate or its individual contributors.

The Texas Progressive Alliance is busy enjoying springtime as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff evaluates the Castro-Patrick debate.

Horwitz at Texpatriate discusses the implication of Uber, the infamous ridesharing app, openly breaking the law in Houston.

Libby Shaw at Texas Kaos is horrified by the Texas Republican campaign strategies that vilify women and immigrants. Boats N’ Hoes, Snake Oil Dealers and Diseases from Mexico.

WCNews at Eye on Williamson reminds us that Democrats in Texas can’t keep fighting one election at a time and go home in between. This week’s Poll Was A Bummer, Now Get To Work!

On the horns of a pair of dilemmas — one being a progressive in Texas, the other associated with the president and the attorney general’s playing of the race card — PDiddie at Brains and Eggs finds himself a little uncomfortable.

CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme wants to know why gun pushers are so pushy. Only the gun manufacturers win. And, that’s the point. Ted Cruz is pushing the NRA propaganda.

Neil at All People Have Value made some posts from London this past week. All People Have Value is part of NeilAquino.com.

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

BOR pens an ode, in word and Twitpic, to the massive and successful Wendy Davis/BGTX door-knocking campaign last weekend.

Lone Star Q celebrates the four Texans on the Out Magazine Power 50 list.

The Texas Green Report celebrates the latest win in court by the EPA over industrial polluters and the Attorneys General that abet them.

The Texican reminds us that live animals do not make good gifts.

RH Reality Check reports that the state lawsuit against the prohibition of funds for the Women’s Health Program going to Planned Parenthood was allowed to proceed by the Third Court of Appeals.

Bob Dunn updates his site’s legal disclaimer.

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