Monday, May 16, 2011

The Weekly Wrangle

The Texas Progressive Alliance salutes the final voyage of the shuttle Endeavour, its commander Mark Kelly, and his wife, Cong. Gabrielle Giffords as it brings you this week's roundup.

Off the Kuff took a look at the proposed new map for the state Senate and the effect it could have on incumbent senators.

The guy in charge of the Letters From Texas blog, which isn't the Capitol Annex blog, published a guest post entitled "Caught in the Zipper," written by the guy in charge of the Capitol Annex blog, which isn't the Letters From Texas blog. Confused yet? Our work here is done.

WCNews at Eye On Williamson has the latest installment of My Congressman is an idiot - John Carter praises Socialism.

refinish69 at Doing My Part for The Left is getting fed up with The Texas Lege...The Gift That Keeps On Giving. The only cure for the herpes that is the Texas Legislature is to vote the jerks out of office.

Why Osama's porn stash matters, at least according to PDiddie at Brains and Eggs.

Libby Shaw over at TexasKaos helps us understand how and why the GOP stands by its men over at Big Oil.

Stace at DosCentavos reports on a press conference put on by a coalition of 16 pro-migrant organization who slammed the Texas Legislature's HB12 -- the bill to ban nonexistent sanctuary cities. It's worse than Arizona, believe it or not.

Neil at Texas Liberal posted about a furniture designer in the Netherlands who asked if he could use a picture posted at Texas Liberal to showcase a table he was designing. You never know when the efforts you make in life will be of benefit to someone else.

This week, Nat-Wu at Three Wise Men takes a look at the surprising results of the elections in Irving.


prairiew said...

Your comments, pliz.

PDiddie said...

Hey P.

Perry is itching to get in, but Dave Carney, who managed his 2010 campaign, is temporarily occupied with the implosion of Newt Gingrich.

I don't believe that Perry will enter the race unless the clamor for him to do so gets even louder than it already is, AND Carney suddenly finds himself unemployed. Both are very likely happen.

Which translates to: let's follow this along.