The Congress may be in recess, but the Texas Progressive Alliance is always in session. Here's the weekly roundup of blog highlights.
Off the Kuff takes a closer look at the crimefighting plan of Houston mayoral candidate Annise Parker.
Citizen Sarah at Texas Vox dances with glee as new San Antonio nuclear group Energia Mia rains on CPS' nuclear parade.
WCNews at Eye On Williamson encourages everyone to get involved in lobbying their elected officials and engaging in the political process in You get out of it what you put into it.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme says John Cornyn is full of sh*t!
Neil at Texas Liberal is in Chicago. He has no notion of how to insert a link in an e-mail with the Wordpress iPhone application. Neil hopes you and yours are having a nice summer. Neil will be visiting the Indiana State Fair this week. He'll be the guy in a Houston Astros hat. (Note: link to Neil's site inserted by link roundup editor.)
The Texas Cloverleaf looks at why whitey in Denton County is scared of ACORN.
Over at McBlogger, Mayor McSleaze is having some issues with churches that closely resemble Vegas casinos.
Following his return from North Korea with two American journalists, PDiddie at Brains and Eggs came to the realization that Bill Clinton is The Most Interesting Man in the World.
Over at TexasKaos, Libby Shaw gives us chapter and verse on the "Obstructionist Politicians on the Take and Corporate Teabaggers who are attempting to sabotage health care reform. Well worth the read and viewing.....
WhosPlayin reports on an eventful week in North Texas: Drafted Congressional candidate Jennifer Giles attended a town hall meeting for Rep. Michael Burgess and asked a question that earned her some air time on CNN.