Los Gallos Negros

We are Los Gallos Negros, a collective of people fighting to retake control of City Government.

Los Gallos Negros are kind of like the Peace Corps, but with torches and pitchforks.

El Pasoans have been ignored and marginalized and taken for granted for years. The City’s leaders called us “crazies,” and “naysayers,” and “anti-progress.”

But now the bills have come due. After a long series of bad decisions, our property taxes are rising, and rising, and rising. Our best and brightest continue to flee. And there’s no sign that our “city’s leaders” are changing their ways.

I’m asking you to join the resistance.

By buying a t-shirt.

Every cent we make from the Gallos Negros t-shirts goes towards more t-shirts, to spread the word. Show the man that you’ve got a voice.

We are your voice. We are Los Gallos Negros.


  1. Black Roosters? Oh great. Another group that’ll sell T-shirts and still nothing will change.

    1. We’re trying to expand the political base beyond angry old men with computers. Obviously, you’re not our target market.

      Imagine City Council looking out into the audience and seeing a sea of Gallos Negros t-shirts.

      But that’s not all.

      We have a plan to engage the community, in real life. Events. Education. Door to door.

      Bilingual. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 70 percent of the people in the City of El Paso speak a language other than English in the home. And it’s not, mostly, Mandarin.

      Retail politics.

      If you don’t want to play, I understand. But what do you have?

  2. l just went on “the Google” and typed in Los Gallos Negros. They appear to be a Spanish folk band that even has the same symbol – rooster. l don’t mean to pee on anyone’s BBQ, but l hope that there isn’t any copyright issues.

    1. Since we’re not a Spanish folk band, I don’t anticipate any copyright issues. But thanks for looking into it.

  3. Wow! That unknown dude always has to weigh in, no matter how pointless his comments. My question, Rich, even though I’m an angry old white man tied to my PC, is this: Where are these T-Shirts available? And, fwiw, as a long time resident of El Chuco, I totally understand and agree with the Spanish language logo.

    1. lt’s nice to see that the the mentally deranged, bully wannabee is still kickin’. Only in your demented , delusional world would being concerned about copyright/trademark issues in today’s overtly litigious society can be construed as “pointless.” l must say Dungan, that l’m a little bit disappointed in you today. Usually your ad hominem, one-dimensional attacks are at least a little bit entertaining, but today you were extra boring and flat. l’m not worried though, l’m sure you’ll do better next time.

        1. Yes, but if you didn’t have such a bloated ego you would realize that no one else cares. And given your obsession with wanting to know my identity and how you continue to remind me just how mentally unstable you are, l’m starting to believe it’s good that you don’t know who l am.

    1. I’m still working on that e-commerce.

      For now, you can mail a check to 611 E River, EPTX, 79902. Please make the check for $12, ($10 + $2 S & H), payable to Richard Wright Campaign.

      Thanks for your interest.


  4. Rich, I know you don’t work for the El Paso Times, but WTF about that Fort Bliss soldier who got a slap on the wrist for desecrating that Tigua Indian statue? Is this our “new” Army’s? A racist dipshit who comes here and basically craps on our heritage? I mean there was basically squat regarding any news about that ass###@e…..do your “sources know something?

    I will bet you if it was black dude they’d have strung him up by now…..

    1. Yeah, that’s some weird shit, huh? West Point grad. You have to be pretty motivated to go to the trouble that he did.

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