Here’s an abstract of a scholarly article from the Journal of Urban Affairs. The title of the paper is “Downtown
El Paso is a great town. The people are friendly and unpretentious. The weather’s good, mostly. The sunsets are often
That’s all I want. Government responsive to the needs of its citizens. All its citizens. Not just the campaign donors.
According to this story in the El Paso Inc., jobs in El Paso pay only 72 percent of the national
It’s time to stop pretending like El Paso’s biggest challenge is downtown revitalization. Here’s MountainStar Sports Group’s Executive Director Josh
With Halloween right around the corner, I thought I’d share this true life horror story. The City of El Paso’s
El Paso is poor. According to U.S. Census Bureau estimates, there were 267,376 households in El Paso County in 2016,
This just in, from the El Paso Times: AT&T is closing its East Side call center by the end of
An alert reader sent me this article from RealClearSports.com. Economists have been researching public funds and their relationship with economic
After years of playing the part of disinterested bystanders, MountainStar Sports came out with an ad this week in support
We’re got a mayor who gets elected by promising to “hold the line on taxes,” and his first month in
Well, there it is. From the El Paso Times: El Paso County commissioners are looking at a preliminary general fund
Did you read this weekend’s El Paso Inc.? It’s pretty good. Here’s the lede from one story: What began as
I’ve got a math problem for you. Don’t worry, we’re not giving grades, and we’re not asking for real numbers
Remember Lance Armstrong? He was the greatest bicycle racer that ever lived until they started testing his old blood samples.
[This post originally appeared on November 27, 2013. I’m re-posting it because it echoes the article from earlier today.] The