Off the Kuff has some updates on the state of play in the redistricting lawsuits.
McBlogger finds Speaker Joe Straus finally discovering that he fudged the numbers on the budget (profanity warning).
As Michelle Obama appears at a Houston fundraiser hosted by hedge fund billionaire John Arnold, PDiddie at Brains and Eggs wants to know what the difference is between Democrats who cozy up to Wall Street and Republicans.
Now that Rick Perry has flamed out, CouldBeTrue of South Texas Chisme wonders if the batsh*t crazy crowd will prevail with Herman Cain?
Darth Politico takes a break from their Austin Film Festival coverage to offer some Star Wars themed advice to those enemies of the Occupy Wall St movement and offer solidarity with those who have been arrested: The more you tighten your grip, the more star systems will slip through your fingers.
The DOJ stated the GOP redistricting plans in Texas had “..the intent of limiting the voting power of Hispanic voters”. WCNews at Eye On Williamson has that and more, Texas GOP’s attack on Hispanic voters.
Lightseeker explains why The Banks have no grounds for raising their fees now! Check out the details at TexasKaos.
Neil at Texas Liberal offered up his views on who liberals and progressives can support in upcoming Houston municipal elections. Neil’s view is that Green candidate Amy Price leads the pack for City Council, while incumbent Mayor Annise Parker does not merit the support of those on the left.