This article originally appeared on 18 September 2017. If we spend $180 million for a redundant arena, that’s $180 million
This article originally appeared on 10 March 2017. Our City Fathers would have you believe that El Paso is a
Did you have a voice in the political process when City Council announced on a Thursday that they were going
Here’s a scathing article from Reason.com about cities building stadiums. Throw a Billion Dollars from the Helicopter is a new
Here’s a piece on Medium.com written by veteran reporter Debbie Nathan, chronicling the run-up to the election. . . .
Here’s a great read from Medium.com titled The Harsh Future of American Cities: On the nation’s current trajectory, one of
Paul Foster inserted himself into the news cycle this week, with this email he sent to all the players on
Tomorrow the El Paso City Council will vote on a measure to indefinitely postpone the proposed arena in Duranguito. Let’s
District 1 City Representative Peter Svarzbein called J.P. Bryan a “Houston billionaire” during Monday’s City Council work session. Like being
The El Paso Inc. ran a story about the restoration of the Plaza Hotel this weekend. That renovation was undertaken
Didn’t you think that the proposed downtown arena was for professional sports? Wasn’t there a lot of talk about an
Here’s a Steve Jobs quote: A players hire A players, but B players hire C players and C players hire
This article originally appeared on 17 January 2017. What do you think has more effect on the El Paso economy.
Here’s Mr. Hunt in a February 19, 2018, El Paso Inc. article titled Woody Hunt: In his own words.: Q:
The power dynamic has subtly shifted at City Hall. The developers used to call the shots. But, since El Paso’s
Today marks three years since October 13, 2016, when the City of El Paso announced that it would destroy Duranguito
This article originally appeared on 14 August 2018. Did you see this story on KVIA? Texas oilman J.P. Bryan, one
I lifted this from David Crowder’s article about the Downtown arena that appeared in the El Paso Inc. this weekend.
Somehow, El Paso developed professional politicians. Okay, the development of professional politicians was intentional. Corrupt power brokers recruited electable candidates