Time for this week's Texas Progressive Alliance highlight reel.
Off the Kuff suggests that a pro-science PAC could do a lot of good, nationally and in Texas.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson reminds us that despite the brouhaha over transportation during the recently passed legislative session, TxDOT is still broken.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is outraged at the way Texas Republican crony capitalism whips patients in hospitals and psychiatric facilities.
Nat-Wu at Three Wise Men takes a look at the nation's unemployment picture, and finds it's even worse than the numbers make it appear.
Over at Texas Kaos, Lightseeker shares an email indicating Big Insurance doesn't just want to maximize the profits it makes from its members, it wants them to help protect them from competition. No, REALLY. Big Insurance Wants YOUR Help to Block Competetive Reforms.
Barfly at McBlogger takes a look at an exciting new movie coming out soon that's sure to draw in every douchebag you know.
With the news that the CIA concealed a clandestine counter-terrorism program from Congress on direct orders from Dick Cheney, the recently loquacious former veep has once again clammed up and disappeared. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs notes the turnabout.
Teddy at Left of College Station asks whether or not soon to be former Governor Sarah Palin is going with the flow, swimming upstream, or flopping on the shore? Teddy also answers the question of whether or not Congressman Murphy can push through legislation that would be the beginning of the end of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell". Also, Left of College Station covers the week in headlines.
Neil at Texas Liberal watched a 35-year-old rerun of All In The Family. In the episode Neil watched, George Jefferson called Archie a honky.
WhosPlayin posted video of an inappropriate campaign solicitation at Congressman Michael Burgess' recent town hall meeting.