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TPA Roundup – 1/30/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance is stocking up on unhealthy snacks and adult beverages as it brings you this week’s roundup.

BossKitty at TruthHugger is concerned that frivolous issues, wielded by the GOP-Tea Party-Republican Party, is a terrible distraction from serious problems facing America. Character slaughter, in the battle for a Republican Presidential candidate, [...]

TPA Roundup 1/23/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance thanks the state of South Carolina for all the laughs as it brings you this week’s blog roundup.

The big story last week was the SCOTUS ruling on interim redistricting maps. Off the Kuff has an initial look.

It turns out that PDiddie and Paula Deen have more [...]

TPA Roundup 1/16/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff takes a look at Democratic primary races as they now stand in Harris County and elsewhere in Texas.

Refinish69 thinks sometimes you just have to say “Martin Luther King Reading [...]

TPA Roundup – 1/9/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance thinks watching football was a much better use of your time than watching the 389th Republican Presidential debate as it brings you this week’s roundup.

Off the Kuff discusses the state’s appeal of the injunction granted against the horrible sonogram law.

This week WCNews at Eye On Williamson [...]

Consequences of Not Paying Attention

Dirty Politics, disasters, disinformation, fracking, nuclear energy, pollution [...]

TPA Roundup – January 2, 2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance wishes everyone a happy and prosperous New Year as it brings you the first roundup of 2012.

There were two big redistricting stories last week, and both favored the plaintiffs against Texas and its retrogressive maps. The DC Court issued its decision defining preclearance standards, and the Justice [...]