There are many things going on in the political realm that I want to comment about on my blog. They range from the El Paso Children’s Hospital’s ongoing debacle, the upcoming elections and even the hygiene of people around the world, as well as terrorism. To accommodate the various issues I want to discuss I will be publishing a few extra articles in the coming days.

Since this is not my normal practice, I wanted to share with you my editorial calendar for this afternoon, tomorrow and Monday, so that you do not miss what interests you and you ignore what doesn’t.

Later this afternoon, at about 2:00 pm ET, about noon El Paso time, I am going to follow up with more information about the end game for Veronica Escobar and the El Paso Children’s Hospital. The threat of bankruptcy clearly proves my theory and I’ll show you why. If you haven’t already read today’s article you can do so by clicking here. The afternoon article will expand on this morning’s one.

Tomorrow morning I am going to share with you two more examples of economic indicators about El Paso’s upcoming rise in taxes. These are two economic indicators that the politicians hope you miss. In addition, in the afternoon, I am going to show you why Bob Moore and certain individuals owe Stephanie Townsend Allala an apology.

Monday, will be a busy day.

On Monday morning, I am going to prove to you why the stereotypes about Mexicans are completely wrong. I am going to show how Mexicans have better hygiene habits then their US counterparts. I’ll follow that article a few hours later with my comments on the final list of candidates for the upcoming May elections. I’ll close off Monday with proof that the dangers to the US do not come from Mexico but from places deep within the US itself, proving that guarding the border is nothing more than political rhetoric.

I am sure some of you will likely get some indigestion from reading my articles but, unfortunately for you, the truth has an inconvenient habit of coming out.

As if that was not bad enough for some of you, on Tuesday, I’m going to share with you my latest video and give you an update on the Hunt flag controversy.

As you know, the El Paso Children’s Hospital debacle remains very fluid and as such, I may add commentary as necessary. I hope you enjoy what I have in store for you.

Martin Paredes

Martín Paredes is a Mexican immigrant who built his business on the U.S.-Mexican border. As an immigrant, Martín brings the perspective of someone who sees México as a native through the experience...