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Texas Governor Greg Abbott

is killing Republicans and they love him. Find a cure.

Uh Oh! Something very dark is brewing...

Our local grocery chain, HEB (OK, our ONLY grocery chain) has a lot of notices posted all over the store. They say, in essence, that some of our favorite items may not be available as HEB is now concentrating on critical, necessary items. They don't do this for hurricane season. They must be doing it for the Covid19 (Delta) uptick. Corpus Christi is LESS THAN HALF vaccinated due to a plethora of misinformation, conservatism, and way too much religion, and way too little education. I would ask for your thoughts and prayers, but I hate that sort of thing. Send red velvet cake!

We don't know exactly where this novel corona virus came from,

but we do know where this disease know as "vaccine hesitancy" came from: it came from the right wing labs known as Fox News, OAN, the Heritage Foundation, Mega-Churches, and the halls of Congress, and Mar a Lago. Let's start some commissions to look into THIS!

Forget the Alamo censored by the usual suspects!

From The Week:

"The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin abruptly canceled an event scheduled for Thursday evening featuring the authors of a new book on the Alamo and its role in the mythology of Texas. Chris Tomlinson, a Houston Chronicle columnist and one of the authors of the book, Forget the Alamo: The Rise and Fall of an American Myth, said a museum employee told him they had to cancel the event "following a social media campaign by right-wingers and an order from the board," made up of Gov. Greg Abbott (R), Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R), state House Speaker Dade Phelan (R), two other GOP state lawmakers, and a citizen board member."

Good book, but a typical, and expected, response from Texas

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