Monthly Archives: September 2014

No Shit, Wayne

My dad says this any time one of us states the obvious in a self-important fashion. He’s quoting A. R. “Babe” Schwartz, a beloved former state senator and representative in the Texas legislature. Another senator, Wayne Connally, had stepped up … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Help Wendy Davis and Leticia Van de Putte Win Even if You Don’t Vote in Texas

If you don’t live in Texas, and aren’t alive in Texas, you can’t vote in Texas, despite what you may have assumed from the ballot box 13 incident back in ’48. To those Texans living outside the state, our Texpatriates … Continue reading

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Greg Abbott: Arrogant, Dangerous, and a Craven Hypocrite

There it is, in case you were wondering what I think about him. I wouldn’t want you to have to read between the lines. Did you read the entire┬áDallas Morning News article I linked to in my last blog post … Continue reading

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