Remember how the settlement agreement for Children’s Hospital bankruptcy included a provision that critic Andy Krafsur wouldn’t be allowed to
This TED talk was reportedly banned. I guess it makes an uncomfortable amount of sense.
Hey, it’s the weekend. Reading is hard work, so here’s a video about wealth distribution in America. How do you
Sometimes, when I read the El Paso Times, I wonder if they think we’re all stupid of if they’re just
Maybe you haven’t been paying attention. Maybe you’ve been frittering your time away, worried about life’s mundane details like putting
What will El Paso look like in ten years? Who knows? But you can bet that it will look different.
According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, El Paso’s employment fell from 322,863 in August, 2013 to
Didn’t you get the memo? It’s All Good.
At Tuesdays City Council meeting, you will recall, our elected officials decided, in Executive Session, to give the City Manager
More good news from the fine folks down at City Hall. Our elected officials have abdicated their responsibility to be
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times about our local gendarmerie apprehending a wanted fugitive? The El
The sociopaths running the city have decided that we’re getting a downtown arena, whether we need it or not. They
Here’s an article written in 1984 by Charlie Reese, a columnist for the Orlando Sentinel. It just landed in my
Those of you who don’t read El Paso’s English language daily may have missed this column by adjunct lecturer in
You know that when Mayor Oscar Leeser and Borderplex Alliance President Rolando Pablos hit the road trying to entice businesses
Could the power brokers behind El Paso’s city government have arranged for the City Manager’s $61,000 a year raise? According
People who say that we had to give City Manager Tommy Gonzalez a $61,000 raise to keep another city from
Commenter Rex Kramer asks, regarding City Manager Tommy Gonzalez’ $61,000 raise, “Who really pulls the strings?” Wouldn’t it be kind
The El Paso Times ran an editorial Sunday that was atypically critical of city government. The El Paso City Council’s
If you only read the local newspapers, and maybe watch the City Council meetings on the internet, you might not