Those people promoting the El Paso Independent School District’s bond issue aren’t above playing fast and loose with whatever version
Can I get some more money over here, please? I’ve squandered the money you already gave me.
Do you think the only problems at the El Paso Independent School District are ageing infrastructures? And do you think,
A penny here, a penny there
Did you see that USA Today is railing against cable companies’ set top box rental rates? Here’s what the USA
Meta Blog: What the other blogs are saying
You may have noticed that the City settled with Basic IDIQ this week on the San Jacinto Plaza project. DavidK
Those people advocating for the El Paso Independent School District bond proposal gotta understand. Enough. We’ve got the same people
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
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
$668 Million, and For What?
I know many of us are curious about what, exactly, the El Paso Independent School District would do with $668
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
The Slippery Slope
If you’re a politician, you probably want to do what’s right. Unless you’re a callow, power-hungry, self-serving sociopath who’s crazed
More Screen Time!
Those nice people at the El Paso Independent School District, the ones who want to stick their hands a little
Don’t forget to write.
I was muddling around the World Wide Web the other day and I came across this disturbing graphic from the
Death by a Thousand Cuts
The El Paso Inc. has a story this week about this year’s tax increases. Tax hikes are rarely popular. This
What were you thinking?
All those QoL projects are stupid. I think that none of them will significantly improve anyone’s real Quality of Life,
Now It’s Just a Matter of Time
Well, we’ve got bars and hotels. Triple A ball. A nice park in the middle of downtown. Pokemon Go. Big
A Rare Word from the El Paso Times
This was on their website today: The problem is that people tend to gauge their ability to afford purchases based
“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
Property Taxes are Like Global Warming
Our local media like to tell you how much a property tax increase is going to cost you. But your
I’m taking a mulligan.
Yesterday I dropped the ball. Occasional commenter Henry offered this in response to my post about the popular exodus from
The Truth About the EPISD Bond Proposal
The El Paso Independent School District is asking voters to approve a $669 million bond. (I bet it was $666