This article originally appeared on 2022 August 31. I stumbled across this gem the other day. From the El Paso
Retrovision – TEDx El Paso: A City Reimagined
This post originally appeared on 04 March 2022. Saturday, March 5 (tomorrow, or today, or last week, depending on when
Retrovision – El Paso, (Temporary) Home of the Carpetbaggers
This post originally appeared on 10 February 2021. You know why there’s so little crime in El Paso? Because we
Retrovision – What’s Wrong With El Paso?
This was one of El Chuqueño’s first posts. It originally appeared on 28 August 2012. I like El Paso. What
Retrovision – Nothing’s For Sure but Debt and Taxes
(This post originally ran on 10 March 2017.) The ever-vigilant Brutus over at El Paso Speak alerted me (and all
Retrovision: The Real Costs of the QoL Projects
This article originally appeared on 12 April 2017. Sure, half a billion dollars is a lot of money. Especially for
Retrovision: Is the City’s Strategic Plan Working for You?
This post originally appeared on 21 February 2020. In 2012, the City of El Paso began implementing a strategic plan
Retrovision: The Lies they Tell us
This post originally appeared on 27 April 2020. Tomorrow the El Paso City Council will vote on a measure to
Retrovision – Things Are Great. Just not for Taxpayers.
This post originally appeared on 29 July 2019. This week there’s a column by the editor of the El Paso
RetroVision: Beisbol been very very good to me
This post originally appeared way back on 21 May 2020. Minor league baseball is up against the wall, and it’s
Retrovision: The Effects of Corruption
This post originally appeared on 28 March 2019. Back in 2009, Woody Hunt talked about the effects of corruption in
Retrovision: Who Represents El Paso?
This article originally appeared on 03 August 2015. If you only read the local newspapers, and maybe watch the City
Retrovision: Let’s Pretend
This article originally appeared on 20 February 2017. Let’s pretend all our local “progressive” politicians and their benefactors are pure
Retrovision: A Local Expert’s Perspective on Economic Development
This post originally appeared on 10 October 2015. Here’s what Jerry Pacheco, the Executive Director of the International Business Accelerator,
Retrovision: They’re Bullies
This article originally appeared on 14 August 2018. Did you see this story on KVIA? Texas oilman J.P. Bryan, one
Retrovision: The City’s Plan Sucks.
This article originally appeared on 03 May 2018. The City of El Paso is implementing a plan that some rich
Retrovision: EL PASO’S BLEAK FUTURE: A CONTRARIAN VIEW
This article originally appeared on 26 December 2012. If any of our current elected officials claim that they couldn’t have
Retrovision: Make El Paso Great Again
This article originally appeared on 2017 March 30. Lemme tell you how to get us out of that hole that
Retrovision: Hubris, and an Attack on Democracy
This post originally appeared on October 3, 2017. They felt the wind and thought it was their own breath. When
Retrovision: Does El Paso Need Downtown Development?
This piece originally appeared on 13 August 2012. All across American, downtowns are in trouble. They’re dead, or dying. It’s