The agenda for the December 7 Special Meeting of the City Council included this item: Discussion and action that the
Who can you trust?
The following paragraph appeared in the El Paso Times December 8, 2015 attempt to impose moral rectitude on City Hall,
They must be around here somewhere.
Here’s a little tidbit from an El Paso Times editorial: At a City Council discussion Monday about ethics laws, it
The Drunkest City in Texas. And America.
Did you see this slideshow of the drunkest cities in each state? El Paso is the drunkest city in Texas.
Plaza versus Placita
God bless everyone for caring, but the Placita is between the Tap and the Electric Company building. That thing off
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.
Update, 9:23, 23 Oct 2015: I went by the Franklin Apartments today and it looked like they’ve done some dirt
News From Ciudad Juarez
I’m not the only one who knows where the best place to hole up is. JUÁREZ, MEXICO—In an effort to
The More Things Change
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times about our local gendarmerie apprehending a wanted fugitive? The El
More Ink in the National Press
Here’s a story on Buzzfeed, which prominently features El Paso: Levi Lane shuffled into the pews of the El Paso
It rained Saturday. Claire’s parents were out of town. She went by their house, and both the Wall Street Journal
Checks and Balances, El Chuco Style
The United States runs by a system of checks and balances. If the executive and the legislative branches disagree, then
El Paso Times’ Coverage of Irene Ramirez’ Retirement
Did you see this story in the El Paso’s English language daily today concerning the retirement of City Engineer Irene
The Impending, Ongoing, QoL Bond Fiasco
Bad news for the Quality of Life Bond advocates. You got sold a pig in a poke. Remember when they
El Paso’s Chief Debt Enabler Resigns, Takes Job in “Private Sector”
The City’s Chief Financial Officer and debt enabler has tendered her resignation, according to this article in El Paso’s English
The Gift That Keeps on Giving
Isn’t anyone from Mountain Star Sports Group interested in a little crisis management? Don’t they realize that they’re hemorrhaging? Today
Crazy Joe Muench
Two recent columns by El Paso Times’ Joe Muench question the straw men opposing progress in El Paso. Here’s one,