The thoughts and prayers of the Texas Progressive Alliance are with the people of Boston and West as we bring you this week’s roundup.
Off the Kuff explains what electric car makers and microbreweries have in common.
There’s always a price for stupidity and it’s usually steep, especially when it comes to the stupid decision not the regulate key industries. From Mcblogger, The bill for Rick Perry’s low regulation heaven came due this week in West.
Before all of the other things happened last week, Swift Boat Bob Perry passed on to his greater reward. Which, PDiddie at Brains and Eggs hopes, is a low-paying job in an extremely warm climate.
WCNews at Eye on Williamson posts about former Williamson County DA being charged with a crime, Ken Anderson will be charged with criminal wrongdoing in Michael Morton case.
At TexasKaos, Libby Shaw reminds us that there are no signs of Rick Perry become a human being anytime soon. Check out Rick Perry’s Texas: Tax Cuts for Businesses. No Mercy for the Poor.
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas blogs.
TFN Insider reminds us that the creationists are still at work in the Legislature.
The Great God Pan Is Dead joins with the Houston Art Alliance to paint some trees blue.
Concerned Citizens warns about a teabagger group that targets progressive municipal candidates with nuisance ethics complaints.
Jason Stanford doesn’t believe in miracles, at least not as far as test scores are concerned.
Mark Bennett illustrates how spousal privilege may come into play in the Kaufman County murder trials.
Texpatriate finds a reason to be proud of his (Republican) Senator.
Texas Watch offers some tips for dealing with your insurance company after a disaster.
And finally, Flavia Isabel has some helpful hints for domestic bliss.