Way back at the end of May, I made the argument that term limits restrict the electorate’s ability to retain
Good news! If you are one of those people who usually takes the bus from UTEP to downtown, or vice
This piece originally appeared on 13 August 2012. All across American, downtowns are in trouble. They’re dead, or dying. It’s
Today, or tomorrow, or yesterday, depending on when you’re reading this, the El Paso County Commissioners Court will consider, or
Rising property taxes don’t help small businesses. And all these vanity projects aren’t making the pie any bigger. Where is
Did you hear about the latest attempt by your favorite City Council to stifle any voice of dissent? From the
I’m in downtown Ensenada. Downtown Ensenada on a Monday night is like Mexican Vegas after the apocalypse. The streets are
Good news from this week’s El Paso Inc. The El Paso Community Foundation and the former El Paso Times executive
They tell me my breathe is currently as hard as kerosene.
Here’s a French gangster flick (with English subtitles) and lots of blood and gunfights. A motorcycle car chase. Another gunfight.
This article originally appeared on 8 February 2017. Here’s a feel-good story from the El Paso Times about how few
Here’s a Letter to the Editor of the El Paso Times from Lower Valley resident Christopher Falk. Once again the
Why are we still trying to build an arena? MountainStar’s not hot on it anymore. They’re worried about their soccer
Currently, El Paso’s elected officials are limited to two terms in office. That means that once they figure out what’s
According to the slideshow that accompanies this story from the Austin American Statesman, El Pasoans owe more General Obligation debt
You may have seen that the City refused to compromise on the downtown arena swindle. (Why do all the City’s
Here’s a 2017 teevee flick en español that shares insights into narco life, at least as many Mexicans understand it.
Yesterday I called the Mayor a liar because he made the following statement to his constituents regarding the City’s population
The numbers we’ve all been waiting for have arrived, and they’re not pretty. Between 2017 and 2018, the population of
At about 25 minutes into this Facebook video (recorded by Ben Carnevale) Mayor Dee Margo claims that “between 2012 to