Yes, after a few days hiatus due to a conference in Atlanta and Fantastic Fest here is Austin, we're back.
We'd also like to point out another sign the United States is losing the clean energy economy race. China is going to invest over $300 billion, and we're still up in arms over Solyndra. Start teaching your kids Mandarin, because our government is controlled by Big Oil.
The Texas Progressive Alliance thinks Alec Baldwin's hair does a pretty decent impersonation of our Governor as it brings you this week's roundup.
Off the Kuff discusses the latest Texas polling data and what a Rick Perry candidacy might mean for downballot Democrats.
On a night during which both Georgia and Texas put men to death, Letters From Texas visits the moral and practical implications.
Amy Price, the progressive running for Houston's city council at large #4 seat, had a great week of news coverage. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs collected the stories, audio, and video.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson shows how state Sen. Steve Ogden's retirement announcement this week has shaken up the county's politics, The changing election landscape in Williamson County, creating opportunities.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme notes that Rick Perry is having a bad week. Boo hoo.
This week on Left of College Station, Teddy asks how do you support reproductive rights? Left of College Station focuses on reproductive rights all these week as the anti-choice 40 Days for Life Protest begins. From the state of Texas funding so-called crisis pregnancy centers, to the defunding of Planned Parenthood in Texas.
At McBlogger, we take a sniff around LCRA's decision to privatize some of their assets and don't like the smell.
Neil at Texas Liberal noted a new phone app that will show the amount of forced labor used in many of the everyday things that we buy.
Libby Shaw over at TexasKaos brings us up to date on Rick Perry's limelight moment. Called upon to demonstrate his cool under fire before a national audience at the last Republican debate, he showed his true mettle. He melted down. See all the details here: Rick Perry Bombs Presidential Debate.