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Life in Texas

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On February 19, 2017
Now that the entire nation is on the road to becoming Texas, let’s see what life is like in the Lone Star Republic. Texans Carlos Santiago and Mary New, who both went from local schools to careers to partial retirement in Houston may as well live on separate planets when it comes to their lifestyles […]
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Reading in Prison

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On September 25, 2016
Above: A man too dangerous for Texas prisoners The U.S. prison system is primarily designed to lock up people of color, control their labor, and humiliate them. There is very little about justice in the criminal injustice system. Anything that potentially empowers prisoners is something to be eliminated. In Texas especially, that includes reading anything […]
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Example A) Texas leaving billions on the table because it won’t expand medical care, dooming its poor to illness and death. Example B) The impending disaster in Illinois, most notably in higher education, but throughout state services, because the state’s voters wanted a fresh voice and elected a right-wing extremist. Share

Texas Education

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On May 12, 2016

I didn’t really mean this to be “pick on Texas” day, but don’t blame me, blame Texas. Remember those nice Texas history standards from a few years back that decided that slaver

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