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- County judge race is not worth crossing party lines
- Living wage
- Re-writing history
- GASP! He said it out loud!
- According to the Right, you’re wrong
- Court candidates visit MCDW meeting
- Paul Sadler needs your help. Just go vote.
- The tyranny of adequate health care
- Support for ObamaCare
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Progressives and liberals and Democrats didn’t much care for it back at the turn of the Millennium, when George Bush was anointed president despite handily losing the popular vote. Those were the heady days of hanging chads, frenetic recounts under … Continue reading
The voter ID bill is another of those efforts on the part of Tea Party Republicans in Texas to disenfranchise a great swath of normally Democratic voters. It’s a bad idea and, if approved by the Department of Justice, it … Continue reading
Early voting for the Nov. 8, 2011 elections began today (Monday, Oct. 24) and runs through Friday, Nov. 4. Around here, the only things on the ballot are the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. But, before you head … Continue reading