It’s Fourth of July week, and so it’s time for an extra-patriotic rendition of the Texas Progressive Alliance blog roundup.
Off the Kuff takes a look at the latest Lyceum poll on the Governor and Senate races in Texas.
Neil at Texas Liberal suggests that instead of blowing of […]
It’s Monday, the day after the first day of summer, and it’s time for another Texas Progressive Alliance blog roundup.
President Obama, Bill White, and John Sharp are all in the same sinking DOMA boat. The Texas Cloverleaf comes off of hiatus to tell you why.
CouldBeTrue from South Texas Chisme cheers […]
Iran has made a symbol out of Neda, the Ayatollas have demonstrated that CURIOSITY is lethal. The disgusting part of all this is, that families of opposition and protesters are being targeted by the Iranian Administration to make the point that, “if you defy us, your family will suffer”.. […]
And that is how it started. Thirty years of frustration boiled over with stolen votes and continued lies. Thirty years ago when the Iranians revolted, this is not the government they expected. Today Iranians live under a theocratic dictatorship.
Remember in America, when George Bush and his gang of thieves, stole our votes? […]
If I had to choose between high priced arrogant profiteering insurance corporations and uninspired, underpaid, uninterested bureaucratic medical providers, I would hitchhike to Mexico or Canada. […]
It’s Monday, and that means it’s time once again to present the best of the Texas Progressive Alliance blog posts for the week.
TXsharon can’t choose one post this week! It’s a toss up between the aerial video view of Barnett Shale Industrial Wasteland Texas or the Barnett Shale drilling induced […]
‘Act of cowardice’ says museum shooter James von Brunn’s son
The son of the bigot who stormed the U.S. Holocaust Museum issued an apology yesterday to the family of slain guard Stephen Johns – and he called his father’s actions “unforgivable.”
Erik von Brunn said father James von Brunn’s racist and anti-Semitic views […]
It’s Monday, and that means it is time for another edition of the Texas Progressive Alliance’s weekly round-up.
Neil at Texas Liberal writes about the relocation of the National Cash Register company from Dayton, Ohio to Georgia. Treating people like dirt for 200 years gives Southern states an advantage in creating a […]
This week from the Texas Progressive Alliance blogs, emission from drilling are more than cars and airports, women are running things in Denton County, Liberty University Democrats lose their recognition, President Obama’s political coalition leaves out the far-right and the poor, and much more on this weeks TPA Roundup.