In an uncharacteristic manifestation of candor, the El Paso Times today ran a story on property taxes. Let me say
This sounds like a movie. Read it now, or watch in a couple of years on our Sunday Matinee. A
We built this city on rock and roll.
This was on their website today: The problem is that people tend to gauge their ability to afford purchases based
The media is asking us to remember that our taxes are going up because we approved all those tax intensive
This weekend the El Paso Times told us what they thought about the County Commissioners Court giving themselves raises last
That’s what the Chicago Tribune says: Bail was set at $1 million Tuesday for a Addison man after Elgin Police,
that can’t be fixed with higher taxes and bigger government bureaucracies. Am I right?
Don’t you suppose that it’s the duty of the preeminent English-language newspaper to give voice to their opinion on the
Like every other sentient being in the Mexoplex, you have probably wondered if the El Paso Times is biased or
With Hindi (I think) subtitles.
Remember this post from the Orbitz Travel Blog, picked up here by the Huffington Post. It’s titled 8 Places With
According to reports in the Mexican media, drug kingpin Rafael Caro Quintero may be staging a comeback in Ciudad Juarez.
In a story headlined West Side traffic jam relief will take years, the El Paso Times mentions some good news.
According to this evaluation from U.S. News and World Report, El Paso ranks ninth in the nation for Qualify of
DavidK makes a lively point here, on his RefusetheJuice blog, about the gathering of elected officials after the Orlando shooting.
I’ve said it before: Doesn’t the outrage about the City Manager’s lapses seem disproportionate? Yeah, he probably didn’t need an
In this week’s news, the City is considering jacking the parking rates at metered spots during events. The city is
I was going to write about this post, on ElPasoSpeak.com. In it you will notice that, even under the model
Here’s an interesting story about the Tigua Tribal Police arresting a seven-year-old at South Loop Elementary School. His mother found