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Texas Progressive Alliance – May 18, 2009

May 18, 2009


This is my version of the weekly TPA Roundup.

At Bluedaze, TXsharon  asks: What are the chances that an industry in charge of conducting  its own testing to determine waste disposal methods will find toxin  levels too high if that means disposal of the waste will be more  costly? Landfarms: Spreading Toxic Drilling Waste on Farmland. With VIDEO.

BossKitty at TruthHugger sees lessons never learned … it is NOT about religion, ya’ll! How does it fit that US Military crusader evangelists want to save these souls right before we blow them away. How can we justify putting Muslims on death row, by their own people, just because we convinced them to become APOSTATES?! General Order Number One, Forbid Proselytizing – Evangelists Cannot Protect Murtads Wars fought using 12th century religious mentality means that civilization has made two steps backwards!

Mean Rachel is reminded on Mother’s Day of children, the lack thereof and why The Pill should be  available over the counter.

CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme wants to know how can Rick Perry brag about how well Texas  is doing when over 22% of our children face hunger every  day?

Gary at Easter Lemming Liberal  News showed a video from the Texas  Freedom Network of our own Texas  Department of Miseducation in action.

WhosPlayin covered the Denton County Democrats’ election of a new County Chair, after previous chairman Neil Durrance resigned to run for U.S. Congress in District 26 in 2010.

The bad news is that unemployment keeps rising in Texas. The good news is that means there’s more federal stimulus money available for unemployment insurance, if the Lege and Governor Perry take it. Off the Kuff has the details.

WCNews at Eye On Williamson posts on the latest stunt by our member of Congress,  AusChron asks a question about Rep. John Carter – is he a nutball?

Neil at Texas Liberal is very glad that the left won a big election victory in India Strong Victory For Center-Left Congress Party In India—World’s Two Largest Democracies Now Firmly Reject Conservatives and that now the world’s two largest democracies have firmly rejected conservatives.

Harry Balczak is a little upset. Come by McBlogger so you to can understand how much he hates the idea of Texas becoming so $%@*$%%^ puritanical.

Citizen Sarah over at Texas Vox,  one of the newest members of TPA, celebrates a victory for renewable  energy as the  Senate  passes through a non-wind renewable portfolio standard. Translation from green geek speech: Lots more solar power for Texas!


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