The Texas Progressive Alliance wishes you a happy MLK Day as it brings you this week's blog highlights.
Off the Kuff takes a look at some demographic trends in the Houston area.
Something STINKS about TCEQ's recent Fort Worth air study. Considering that the Barnett Shale has a staggering asthma rate of 25% compared to 7.1% statewide, TXsharon thinks it's time for an intervention in Texas. Bluedaze: DRILLING REFORM FOR TEXAS.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme, along with every other progressive, knows why Democrats are having a hard time. Even the Tea Party activists know that our country should not be run by corporate lobbyists.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson discusses the importance of the elections this year: 2010 races loom large for 2011 legislative redistricting.
Mary Peters loves her some private toll roads, which is understandable since her income depends on stupid people at TXDOT selling off our roads. McBlogger, understandably, has a problem with the fact that taxpayers have to get screwed for Mary and her masters to make money.
A few of PDiddie's friends around the state are taking a crack at public office this year. See who they are at Brains and Eggs.
Bay Area Houston notices what they didn't talk about at the Republican debates.
Neil at Texas Liberal updated his Martin Luther King reading & reference list for 2010. This list is the best such resource on the web.
MUD? FWSD? WTF? Developer welfare comes back into the light in Denton County, at the Texas Cloverleaf.