Local politics is like Texas Hold ’em. The players won’t show you all their cards, so you look at what’s
by Hope Wright I’d like to tell you that I’ve puked in every bathroom in the Abdou Building. But that
El Paso Unified School District
The El Paso Independent School District is pushing their “innovation” as an enticement to support their upcoming $669 million bond
Public Office? We shouldn’t even let them use public restrooms.
Last week City Council voted to kick poor people out of their homes so rich people could watch basketball from
Don’t Buy Your Season Tickets Just Yet
Our City Council on Tuesday past voted unanimously to approve the site of the downtown arena, even if it required
I guess somebody noticed.
Mr. Bob Moore, editor of the El Paso Times, informed me via Facebook that the Specific Interest Committee Campaign Finance
Today’s Civics Lesson
I learned yesterday that the City’s values are Integrity, Respect, Excellence, Accountability, and People. I learned that because they were
What about that arena?
You are probably perplexed by the impetus to put a new arena downtown. What’s going on there? More than meets
If they’ve got the money, why don’t they fix the schools?
The El Paso Independent School District wants you to believe that they will be good stewards of your tax dollars.
Let’s Build Something Shiny
Do you really think that all of the problems at the El Paso Independent School District will be addressed with
They’ll Tell You Whatever Works
Those people promoting the El Paso Independent School District’s bond issue aren’t above playing fast and loose with whatever version
The Day I Had Cancer
Yesterday I had cancer. I found it the night before. An angry little red bump on my back, on my
The Very Best That Other People’s Money Can Buy
The El Paso Times reports that three area lawmakers are throwing their support behind the El Paso Independent School District’s
Serving the Community
Some of you expressed great concern over the financial health of the Kentucky Club after the taxman closed it earlier
The Long Way Home
Brutus over at ElPasoSpeak.com posted some illuminating information yesterday. A developer intends to build a high rise hotel on land
This Just In: It’s Not All Good
In an uncharacteristic manifestation of candor, the El Paso Times today ran a story on property taxes. Let me say
A two-thirds moon hung in a cloud dappled sky. It was the night side of dusk when I crossed the
“You messed up. You trusted us.”
The media is asking us to remember that our taxes are going up because we approved all those tax intensive