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Average Texas Temperatures—Texas Progressive Alliance Round-Up

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Here is the latest round-up of the Texas Progressive Alliance. The TPA is a confederation of the best political bloggers in Texas.

With the round-up this week, I’m offering up a graphic of the average annual temperatures in Texas.

It is not just so that it seems hot if you live in Texas. It really is hot quite a lot of the time.

I’d had other plans for this post, but events have knocked me off schedule. I had planned more text, but the above chart has different colors and a bunch of numbers and should provide at least a measure of distraction.

Here is the round-up—

TXsharon is not the only one who thinks CHK shareholders are getting drilled by the Shale Gas Shell GameBluedaze: DRILLING REFORM FOR TEXAS.

Off the Kuff talks about how to really put the unemployed back to work.

“You knew you were at the Texas Democratic Party Convention when …” at PDiddie’s Brains and Eggs.

The Texas Cloverleaf shows you the difference between good and evil in Texas.

South Texas Chisme sees a clear difference between the Democrats who want to solve problems and republicans who want to visit their idea of the 1700s.

Neil at Texas Liberal spent the week in Cincinnati, and offer a post with a picture of a retaining wall in a Cincinnati park that was built by the New Deal-era Works Progress Administration in 1940. Sarah Palin can’t serve a full term as governor, but the work of government-sponsored jobs programs lasts across the decades.

Left of College Station returns after a June hiatus, and Teddy writes about the mainstream media and the culture of underexposure, and also covers the week in headlines.

July 11, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

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