Well, the Dallas Morning News thinks so but tell it to the crusty old Democratic Party leaders. I have not even been able to communicate with suburban local party leaders to that new-fangled invention called email. Don't get them started discussing that internet tuby thingy.
A lot of names from the Texas Progressive Alliance of bloggers get mentioned in the article. You might call this an early lead up to the Netroots Nation national convention in Austin next year.
A number of blogs are referenced at the end of the article on the Democratic side. The Republicans only have two group sites which receive financial support from deep-pocket conservatives. Recent frat-boy (or does he only sound that immature?) Matt Bramanti is mentioned.
Have I mentioned before that one of the big conservative Houston bloggers got her start writing constant letters to the editor at the Dallas Morning News protesting their liberal bias! The Dallas Morning News has a history as one of the most staunchly corporate Republican papers in the country. I wonder if she would protest the short mention the conservative bloggers get in this story about liberal bloggers?
If I can swing the ticket plus the other costs I'll go to Networks Nation plus the Texas Democratic Party Convention this year.
Off the subject, a little late but I want to congratulate the Houston Press contestants and winners of Turkey of the Year.