You probably saw this op-ed in the Times, where former mayor John Cook and ex-City Manager Joyce Wilson defend their
If you’re selling a blind horse, the first thing you tell the mark prospective buyer is how good that horse
Those poor little rich folk. They can’t go to dive bars, or downtown Juarez. They’ll never know the joys of
On the occasion of Super Bowl LIII, John Stossel reminds us. Fortunately, we’re smarter than that. Aren’t we?
I’ve said it before: The City of El Paso is poorly managed, and they can’t stop messing up. From an
It’s hard to believe that any of the arena backers would be so enthusiastic if they were investing their own
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From the El Paso Times: AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Thursday told President Donald Trump that the
By spending $161.3 million. From KVIA: El Paso City Council Tuesday authorized the City to borrow $161.3 million for street,
Do y’all remember REDCo? Sure you do. If you’re not old enough to remember REDCo, you’ve already left El Paso
Lying must be a job requirement for City employees to speak to the press. Here’s our recently minted City Attorney
Here’s John Oliver on Last Week Tonight talking about publicly funded stadiums (and arenas). El Paso is always on the
Imma let you in on a little secret. In El Paso, we don’t get the best and brightest. Look, for
From KVIA, here’s Representative Henry Rivera, addressing the leak of a draft of City Manager Tommy “Great Wolf” Gonzalez’ new
Did you see this story? This version came from NPR, but a lot of news outlets picked it up. Since
Here’s an ad for the trolley in this week’s El Paso Inc. Here’s a closer look. Lemme bring it in
Y’all probably heard this story from NPR the other day: The Malheur Enterprise was founded in 1909, and, like many
Our recent municipal expenses are based on the (secret) idea that Phoenix outpaced El Paso in economic development since 1950
A civilian representative of the United States Army threatened to close Fort Bliss if the $100+ million swindle that will
City Council has turned public policy into a war against poor people. Which is weird, because El Paso is poor.