The Texas Cloverleaf looks at the large donors from DFW who supported Prop 8. Over $335,000 went to California from 59 individuals. Time to consider the DFW Black List!
John Coby at Bay Area Houston is giving thanks to the GOP .
jobsanger looks at the $7.5 million of sales tax money that Wal-Mart gets to keep every year here in Texas, and says it is time to cap the amount of tax money a business may keep to cover the cost of collecting the tax in I Learned Something New & I Don't Like It.
CouldBeTrue at South Texas Chisme wonders how hard can it be to elect someone other than Tom Craddick Speaker of the House? Geeez!
Stace Medellin at DosCentavos reminds us why guest worker programs will fail with a story on Braceros still trying to collect monies owed themby Mexico after decades.
Toni at WhosPlayin took some time off from political work to take in a bilingual performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in Fort Worth by Teatro De La Rosa, and offers her review.
North Texas Liberal wonders why Democrats are so anxious to throw former President Bill Clinton under the bus.
The Burnt Orange Report takes a look at Austin activism and the Austin Prop 8 Blacklist.
If sometimes you feel like a nut, McBlogger reports you'll be right at home on the State Board of Education.
BossKitty at TruthHugger reflects how Bush tried and failed to show the world a morally superior nation, instead, he showed the world what hypocritical horse's asses we really are, and Why America Is No Longer THE Role Model - Op Ed
Off the Kuff continues his analysis of Harris County precinct data with a look at HD133, the microcosm of the county.
Neil at Texas Liberal is a big time player who drinks expensive scotch and gambles at first class casinos.
Dembones at Eye On Williamson takes Gov. Rick Perry to task for defending Texas polluters.
PDiddie gave thanks for illegal immigrants, the inanity of Jared Woodfill, and the life and memory of Jim Mattox at Brains and Eggs.
Over at TexasKaos, Txsharon explains how Cheney Helped Halliburton Hide Secrets About Dangerous Chemicals in YOUR Drinking Water. . As she reports,
The oil and gas industry is the only industry in America that is allowed by EPA to inject KNOWN hazardous material-unchecked-directly into or adjacent to underground drinking water supplies.
EARTHWORKS-Hydraulic Fracturing of Oil and Gas Wells
Vince at Capitol Annex notes that a state district judge has ruled that he does not have jurisdiction to rule on a case related to the House District 105 recount.