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Recapping Pending Issues

Advertisements I thought today would be a good day to recap some pending and ongoing issues that don’t merit a whole blog post, but nonetheless are important to bring up. Obviously, the most important thing happening next week is the start of early voting. Who you vote for is unimportant as long as you understand […]

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County Judge 2014 Election Posturing

Advertisements With the primary elections less than seven days away, we will soon know who the next county judge will be. Will the incumbent, Veronica Escobar remain in office or will someone new take over? As there is no Republican candidate in the race the primary will determine the next county judge. Many political pundits […]

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The Motives of Useful Idiot David Karlsruher

Advertisements I have been writing consistently about the people who are driving public policy in El Paso and how they have been relying on various levels of useful idiots to manipulate public perception with the help of an incompetent news media. The political undercurrent they create is designed to manipulate the electorate into voting into office those […]

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The Anatomy of the Corruption Con Job

Advertisements For years we have always heard how corruption in El Paso is rampant and the corruptors always seem to get away with it. Some celebrated when the much touted public corruption cases were launched in El Paso in 2004. Many celebrated as politicians and businessmen were handcuffed and led off to jail. And when […]

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The Foster and Hunt economics of Triple-A

Advertisements Although the media-spin machine has created the perception that El Paso is solidly behind the Tucson Padres making El Paso home there are indications that not all is what the spin meisters would have us believe.  Although the baseball stadium is well on its way, after City Hall was recently demolished, there are still […]

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