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Cruz Doesn’t Want All the Votes – He’s Smarter Than That

Everyone I talk to says there’s no way Ted Cruz could win. Everyone is not right. Time to pay attention. Continue reading

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An Elegy in New Hampshire

He took to the stage, adjusting silver glasses, returning to a place familiar yet foreign. A state where he once earned the right to move forward, where now, nothing unfolded according to plan. Outside, steadily, light snow filtered winter light, … Continue reading

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Texas Progressive Alliance Blog Roundup February 8, 2016

The Texas Progressive Alliance reminds everyone that early voting for the primaries begins next week as they bring you this week’s roundup. Off the Kuff published interviews with three of the candidates who hope to succeed Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner … Continue reading

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Memories of NH Primaries Past

I lived in New Hampshire during the 1988 and 1992 presidential campaigns. The TL;dr on this blog post is that I loved that experience, and that’s why I am up here now, getting up close (close-ish, anyway) and personal with … Continue reading

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Texas Progressive Alliance Blog Roundup February 1, 2016

The Texas Progressive Alliance is ready to be able to ignore Iowa again as it brings you this week’s roundup. And while I didn’t get a post up about it yet, this blogger would like to remind the voters of … Continue reading

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Confederate Heroes: On the Agenda, Off the Schools

Tonight’s Houston ISD board meeting will address a resolution to re-name eight schools that currently bear the names of Confederate heroes: Henry Grady Middle School, Richard Dowling Middle School, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson Middle School, Albert Sidney Johnston Middle School, Sidney Lanier Middle … Continue reading

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Texas Progressive Alliance Blog Roundup January 11, 2016

The Texas Progressive Alliance wouldn’t trust Greg Abbott to write a grocery list as it brings you this week’s roundup. Off the Kuff interviewed Harris County DA candidates Morris Overstreet and Kim Ogg. Libby Shaw contributing to Daily Kos has … Continue reading

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