The Texas Progressive Alliance is ready to stand with Wendy as it brings you this week’s roundup.
Off the Kuff is glad to see more people questioning the purpose of Rick Perry’s job-stealing trips, which do little more than spend tax dollars promoting Rick Perry.
This week, McBlogger tells the story of a man with no plan, who’ll get no pay because he caused a delay. While others worked hard, his head was filled with lard. And then he tried to hide, so now we get to chide.
Somebody is going to have to do some dirty work if Wendy Davis is going to get elected governor, and PDiddie at Brains and Eggs nominates the Castro brothers.
Sophia at Texpatriate got a special sneak peak of (Houston mayoral candidate) Ben Hall’s newest television ad.
Ted Cruz doesn’t think waiters and maids deserve health care. CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme doesn’t think Ted Cruz deserves to represent Texas.
Neil at All People Have Value made more posts in All People Have Value. All People Have Value is part of Neil’s website NeilAquino.com.
Lightseeker offers another in his continuing investigation of the Education Wars. Check out Three Telling Articles on The Education Wars. Give it a look, I am sure Rick Perry will. [snark]
And here are some posts of interest from other Texas bloggers…
John Coby mocks Ted Cruz as only he can.
Jason Stanford, on the other hand, sees Ted Cruz as a great gift for Texas Democrats.
Concerned Citizens stands up for San Antonio City Council member Diego Bernal, author of their new non-discrimination ordinance and much more.
Texas Redistricting reports that True The Vote wants to get involved in the voter ID litigation.
The TSTA Blog asks what “education reform” means to Greg Abbott.
Better Texas Blog points out the mental health care benefits of the Affordable Care Act.