TPA Roundup 7/9/2012

Texas Progressive Alliance thinks America doesn’t look a day over 235 as it brings you this weeks blog roundup. […]

TPA Roundup 6/11/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance is back from the conventions and focused on the fall as it brings you this week’s roundup. […]

TPA Roundup – 6/4/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance is ready to get conventional as it brings you this week’s roundup. […]

Texas Wants Ethics? ROFL

In Texas, Ethics is just a word in the dictionary, few actually know what it means, unless it starts with a dollar sign. […]

TPA Roundup – 4/9/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance’s heart will go on as it brings you this week’s blog roundup. […]

TPA Roundup – 3/12/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance is busy busting brackets as it brings you this week’s roundup. Plus, a little Texas History. […]

TPA Roundup – 3/4/2012

The Texas Progressive Alliance would never have made the mistake of advertising on the Rush Limbaugh show in the first place as it brings you this week’s roundup. AND Do you know what March and April mean to Texas? […]

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 1/16/2012

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 […]

Rick Perry and Friends Welcome Toxic Burritos

If It’s Really Bad, Ship It to West Texas – The PCBs of the Hudson River Heading to Texas, Hudson’s Toxic Mud Stirs Town: NY Times May 31, 2009

EUNICE, N.M. — There are not many towns in America that would welcome the 2.5 million cubic yards of toxic sludge being […]