Over the past two years since Congressperson Veronica Escobar was voted into the seat there’s been a bit of neglect on her part with regard to Veterans Issues in El Paso. El Paso has about 45,000 Veterans that have served our country during Peace and during conflict. We have taken the oath to protect these… Read More VERO & THE VETERANS
July 14th there was a victor on the GOP side of the coin. Irene Armendariz-Jackson won the bid to take on current Congressperson Veronica Escobar. While the media flocked to those that were running on the Democratic side and received plenty of media time. The GOP side didn’t even get mentioned. Democrats in El Paso… Read More District 16 Congressional Seat
Okay folks, after my last writing some “things” have come about. The real Bankruptcy was discovered and the information was on dates, address, which state was given. There’s has also been a question about his “Special Forces” claim per his “story” while “attached” to an infantry unit in El Salvador and Honduras in the 80’s.… Read More Samuel L Williams Jr The Epilogue
The GOP Congressional runoff as I have written about before has become unhinged. There was a bit of controversy over public records with regard to Samuel Williams Jr. Whenever you run for office you make sure there is no “negative marks” against you. Recently Williams has began speaking about a VA full on Hospital. According… Read More Samuel Williams Jr “The Unraveling”
Well the volleys continue with Mr. Williams even over the 4th of July Holiday. Veteran Blas Hermosillo and former Congressional Candidate Anthony Aguero having been going overtime with Williams. Williams himself has imploded upon his campaign as he continues to berate anyone who has different views. He has rejected any type of reasonable compromise throughout.… Read More Samuel Williams District 16 Congressional Candidate District 16
“Black trans women were at the forefront of queer liberation,” says Joshua Enrique Lerma co-designer of EP JOTX, a new queer grassroots movement created with collaborator Pico del Hierro-Villa. Pride was rooted in activism and creating an alternative queer space in El Paso to discuss borderland LGBTQIA+ issues became a priority for Joshua and Pico… Read More The Art of Resistance: EP JO-TX
Seven years ago today, the City of El Paso continued its revitalization plans for downtown El Paso by making way for the ballpark. The ballpark was the cornerstone of the attempt by city leaders to create an arena at the location of an Hispanic community known as Duranguito. To make room for the arena, that… Read More Seven Years Ago Today, El Paso Demolished Its City Hall
By Miguel Juárez “El Paso Strong,” a term borrowed from the “Boston Strong” campaign has various meanings and interpretations. The term has become a mantra for the city and its people. For this article, several people were asked to tell us what “El Paso Strong” means to them and this is what they said: According… Read More What Does “El Paso Strong” Mean To You?