It’s Monday, and that means it is time once again for the Texas Progressive Alliance Weekly Blog Round-Up. So, as you recover from Super Bowl Sunday, check out this week’s round-up, compiled by Vince from Capitol Annex.
Why would Bill Peacock write a commercial for the energy industry? Find out on Bluedaze as TXsharon shines a light into the dark corners of Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Phillip Martin at Burnt Orange Report says thank you to John Edwards.
McBlogger at McBlogger takes a look at the
Free Market Foundation’s campaign against the Parent PAC and it’s leader, Carolyn Boyle. Apparently, they are unhappy that we endorsed her in 2006. And that she’s been beating them and their lame candidates.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson has more from the recent House Elections Committee hearing on voterr fraud, Abbott May Have To Explain His Partisan Voter Fraud Record.
XicanoPwr begins a Politics of Humanity series. The first one takes a look the Department of Homeland Security recent decision to eliminate the Violence Against Women Act’s domestic violence program that was meant to protect undocumented immigrants from abusive spouses who use their position as citizens to intimidate their spouses who did not have legal immigrant status in the United States. The second post in the series takes a look at Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) inhumane policy of of drugging immigrants and their recent settlement case.
We recently passed the “one-year mark,” meaning President Bush now has less than one year left in his job. Is he planning on coming home to roost when his tenure ends? Not everyone in DFW thinks that’s the best idea.
Open Source Dem at Brains and Eggs has the inside dope on the Harris County Democratic Party’s efforts to turn the county blue (and why the partners-in-charge may be shooting themselves in the feet).
Gary at Easter Lemming Liberal News sent people to his other blog for a lesson in how to put someone to sleep with government lies about economics, among other items.
Vince at Capitol Annex wonders if State Rep. Leo Berman (R-Tyler) will actually make good on his claim that he will ask AG Greg Abbott to answer to charges that his “voter fraud” prosecutions are race-based.