It’s April Fool’s week, but there’s no fooling around with the Texas Progressive Alliance and the weekly blog roundup. Click on for the highlights.
Phillip Martin of Burnt Orange Report is feeling proud to have a Democrat in the Oval Office in his post, President Barack Obama: How He Won & Early Successes.
BossKitty at TruthHugger recognizes the pattern of disaster cycles, why is everyone surprised when their world is turned upside down? America must pull its pants up and be ready for the unexpected, because it should be expected … So Many Red Rivers – What Have We Learned Speaking about learning, What Else Can We Cut Besides Cost …
The GOP declares doomsday if Obama’s budget is enacted. Let’s hope they don’t pre-emptively invade the White House to try to stop it, as if a Democratic federal budget were equivalent to Saddam’s WMD. PDiddie at Brains and Eggs reminds us that the Republicans tend to hyperventilate when they exaggerate.
Neil at Texas Liberal writes about Houston City Council candidate Noel Freeman and is hopeful that Mr. Freeman will address some questions of how the Democratic Party regards some if its’ most loyal voters.
At Texas Kaos, Libby Shaw keeps an eye on the best gov’t that political contributions can buy-TRCC edition in Fat Cat The Business Owner Sticks It to Joe the Consumer.
nytexan at BlueBloggin is not surprised by the GOP’s latest stunt; The Party of NO: GOP Budget Has No Numbers And No Plan. The GOP leadership offered “The Republican Road To Recovery,” a 19 page joke which took them 27 days to write. It actually sounds like a book title for Alcoholic Anonymous. The best part of the GOP budget is there are “no” numbers in it. Page numbers don’t count.
The Texas Cloverleaf explains why it is going into hibernation.
Also on Burnt Orange Report, Todd Hill had an interview with Tom Schieffer, potential Democratic candidate for Governor, about his vision for Texas, his friendship with George W. Bush, and why he thinks he can win in the general election.
CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme is glad that the cowboy Bush administration is no longer in charge of diplomacy.
Bills to abolish Bob Perry’s Builder Commssion will be heard on Tuesday in a Business and Industry Subcommittee at 10:00am.
Vince at Capitol Annex reminds readers that a controversial campus carry bill that would allow Texas students to carry guns on college campuses gets a hearing before a House Committee on Monday.