The Texas Progressive Alliance heads into March Madness with its own bracket of news and links for the week.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme wonders how Republicans can be so violently against having services they desperately need?
Off the Kuff analyzed county returns in the primaries for Governor, Lite Guv, and the Commissioners.
When are you "too gay" for your job? The Texas Cloverleaf finds out.
WhosPlayin broke the story of a Tea-Partying Lewisville city councilman who has failed to pay his business property taxes for the 28 years he has been in business. On the same weekend, the story came out that the son of the Flower Mound mayor and her public-school-Bible-class-promoting husband was busted with marijuana, a BB gun, and stolen property in his car. (But don't worry, he wasn't actually arrested.)
Bay Area Houston says that when capitalism works we buy from China.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson says it's time for Democrats to go all in on health care.
This week McBlogger brings you Tom Pauken, Moron (NSFW).
Karl Rove is "proud" that the Bush administration tortured suspected al-Qaeda terrorists. That -- coupled with the Obama administration's recalcitrance to prosecute Rove, Cheney, Bush, et.al for their admitted war crimes -- has PDiddie at Brains and Eggs a little more pessimistic than usual.
Attention all Breathers! It's URGENT that you attend the EPA public hearing on the proposed new ozone standards. The hearing is Tuesday in Arlington and to help get you motivated TXsharon posted a video on Bluedaze: DRILLING REFORM FOR TEXAS.
Neil at Texas Liberal says that with one in three folks in Houston lacking health insurance, Houston mayor Annise Parker should be speaking up in favor in health care reform. Mayor Parker has already spoken up on the federal issues of the census and EPA air quality standards. So why not speak up on this federal issue that impacts Houston?
Lightseeker at TexasKaos tells us, again, why Rick Perry Must Go. It seems his cronies want the private sector bozos who messed up the validation procedure for food stamps to advise on fixing the system, and they don't understand what all the fuss is about. I mean, doesn't every vendor get a no-bid contract?