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Is the City Going to Spend another $100k to Keep Secrets?

Many of you have been following the saga between the City of El Paso and Stephanie Townsend Allala for some time now. As much as the city continues to insist that it has met the burden of releasing the requested public records the fact remains that the city has paid Denton, Navarro, Rocha & Bernal, […]

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City Council Meeting June 10, 2014 Tidbits

Yesterday’s city council had lots of pontification by politicians looking for their next political gig. It also revealed how Ann Morgan Lilly feels about transparency in government. As expected, Lily Limon’s item also revealed an interesting issue that will be vetted in the next few months. Of course, in the end it was about how […]

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Comedy of Errors: City Manager Appointment

Attempting to circumvent processes usually results in errors. These errors can range from simple mistakes that can eventually rise all the way to criminality. The announcement of Tommy Gonzalez as a finalist in the search for El Paso’s next city manager has become embroiled in a comedy of errors bordering on legal chaos. Errors, especially […]

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El Paso Chusmas General Manager Out

The El Paso Chusmas bid farewell to their first General Manager yesterday. Yesterday was Joyce Wilson’s last day at the helm of the city on behalf of the El Paso Chusmas. To write that her tenure at the city was tumultuous is an understatement. As El Paso’s first city manager, Joyce Wilson taught the city […]

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More On El Paso Media Incompetence

In yesterday’s post I had to pretend to be a news reporter in order to bring you up to date on the latest in regards to the Stephanie Townsend Allala’s open records request. Many of you complain about my constant criticism of the El Paso local news media outlets, however political commentary is about discussing […]

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Bob Moore Hypocrisy

Amazingly, Bob Moore, editor of the El Paso Times masquerading as a newspaper, has the audacity to write an OP-ED piece on the necessity of transparency in government. In case, you missed it, Bob Moore published, in yesterday’s daily, an opinion piece both bemoaning the controversy an article on Paul Foster and the Koch brothers his […]

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Batter Up: Bob Moore

For many years now, I have been documenting the ethical malfeasance of the El Paso Times and therefore it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Bob Moore leads the El Paso Chusmas lineup. The leadership of Bob Moore has not only allowed public corruption to infest local politics but, in many instances, it has enabled it to […]

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Review of 2013

As we come to the end of 2013, I believe it is important to review the biggest issues facing the community. As we enter 2014, the community of El Paso will immediately be faced with an election that will determine whether the political corruption will continue or will the electorate further regain control of their […]