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Special Report: Who Funds Journalism At El Paso Matters And Why It Matters

Advertisements Funding of nonprofit newspapers began to takeoff around 2016, although nonprofit news has existed for decades. The new revenue model of creating news reports from gifts has raised questions about the ethics of producing news from donations. “The ethics of taking grants from foundations and gifts from donors to produce news is still evolving […]

Posted inPolitics

Stephanie Townsend Allala is Owed an Apology

Advertisements All those that argued that Stephanie Townsend Allala’s quest for government transparency was wrong owe her an apology. This is especially true of the El Paso Times masquerading as a newspaper who did not understand that allowing the Steve Ortega’s of the world to hide government records through legal subterfuge goes against the very […]

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Attorney, Former Television and Radio Personalities Provide Consulting for Politicians

Advertisements Last week I received a tip from a reader that wishes to remain anonymous. The reader shared with me information about a new consulting group offering consulting services to political candidates. According to the reader, Hector Montes and Stephanie Townsend Allala are providing consulting services to some candidates in the upcoming election in May. […]

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Bob Moore’s Complicity Exposed Again with MPO

Advertisements Editor’s note: I had meant to conclude the four part series on the Culture of Corruption this morning however, it is important that I point out the complicity of the El Paso Times along with useful idiot Jaime Abeytia in regards to Claudia Ordaz’ attempt at managing her public relations persona via the MPO […]

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The Culture of Corruption: Dana Pittard

Advertisements I have written numerous times how there permeates a culture of corruption within El Paso. Most of you are familiar with the numerous government officials that plead guilty or were convicted under the Poisoned Pawns operation by the FBI. I have also tried to explain that corruption is not simply exchanging money for favoritism. […]

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