DON'T Mess With Texas! - The Texas Anti-Litter Campaign
Blogs I Like
Joe Pags (Houston, San Antonio) - Morning Radio Houston, Evenings in San Antonio
Marilynn Smith (Spring) - Writeacher's Thoughts
Texas Fred (Rowlett) - Telling the World What He Thinks Since 2002!
Texas Robbie Cooper (Austin) - Urban Grounds
The Texas Conservative - Various Contributors
Karen Townsend - Pondering Penguin
David Jennings - Big Jolly Politics
Go Joyce Go (Houston) -Blogging since 2005!
Rachel Lacy (Houston) - Following in My Shoes
Laurence Simon (Houston) - 100 Word Story Podcast
Maryann Miller (Winnsboro) – It’s Not All Gravy
More Texana,Texiana, Texicana - Whatever, Hee hee!
Traces of Texas (Saving Texas One Megapixel at a Time)
Free Press Houston (Monthly)
Galveston Daily News - The oldest continuously published newspaper in Texas!Founded 1842!
Will's Texas Parlor (Houston) - "A casual bibliography on Texas life, history, and literature" - An awesome resource!
Texana Review (San Angelo) - For and About the Lone Star State
Bike and Hike Houston
Houston Parks and Greenspaces
Free Speech Zones in Houston Parks & Greenspaces: "First Amendment Expression Areas are open to users for exercise of their First Amendment rights during park hours. Locations of First Amendment Expression Areas are listed below in alphabetic order. Although it is not a requirement of the area’s use, it is recommended that all users register to avoid conflicts. Users must register with the HPARD Permits Office 832.394.8805 in order to reserve the area in advance."
Um, in case, you need to be reminded....
Here is the text of the First Amendment —
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
As was pointed out by the Texas Liberal blog, a few years ago..."You might have thought that every part of a Houston city park was a “First Amendment Expression Area" but Parks & Rec seems to believe otherwise... Full article by Neil Aquino
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