The Dirty Politics of Veronica Escobar

I now understand that politics is a dirty business. There is no respect nor ethics in politics and there is a lot of hypocrisy. Politicians treat voters as cattle, gather them at the trough for election day and ignore them until the next election. That is the reality. Some readers question whether I’m working for… Read More The Dirty Politics of Veronica Escobar

El Paso Scandals

Over the years I have been developing an online data set of the various scandals that have plagued El Paso for decades. Much of it is corruption related. As I have written previously, the impetus for my blog is Bob Moore’s unethical practices, which happens to be the most important reason that corruption exists in… Read More El Paso Scandals

The Fresas are Here

You may have noticed something missing in my write up yesterday about Miguel Fernandez. It is that, other than the individual making the complaint, there is not any corroborating evidence. The problem with corruption is that fear is usually a tool used to silence dissention. The court system is heavily manipulated on both sides of… Read More The Fresas are Here

Marc Schwartz

One of the things about political shenanigans that has always intrigued and bothered me is that many people whisper about them while nothing seems to be done about it. For many years, I kept hearing about political operative working in the shadows. These were individuals that, for a price, could get things done. As these… Read More Marc Schwartz

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… Read More Batter Up: Bob Moore

Steve Ortega Returns Campaign Contribution and Other Questionable Characters Contribute

The El Paso Times saw fit to make an issue of a $25 campaign contribution to the Oscar Leeser Campaign from Fernando Parra who has pled guilty to public corruption in today’s edition. But as is the modus-operandi of the local paper masquerading, as a newspaper, it has neglected to point out questionable characters donating… Read More Steve Ortega Returns Campaign Contribution and Other Questionable Characters Contribute

Courtney Niland Makes A Move, Media Manipulation and the Cabal’s Useful Idiots

Watching El Paso politics for the last 14 years I sometimes feel like I’ve seen it all. And lo-and-behold a new politician steps up and leaves me dumbfounded once again. The latest political idiocy is Courtney Niland. I guess one requirement for El Paso politics is to forgo common decency in the quest to serve… Read More Courtney Niland Makes A Move, Media Manipulation and the Cabal’s Useful Idiots

The Dee Margo Affair

On May 8, 2013, KVIA reporter, Matt Dougherty shed more light on El Paso Police Officer Alberto Machorro’s road-rage incident with Dee Margo back in September of 2012. Some have speculated that this incident led to Margo’s reelection loss to Joe Moody. Was this incident a conspiracy? As with all conspiracies the evidence is circumstantial,… Read More The Dee Margo Affair

Et tu, Susie Byrd and Veronica Escobar? What “s—“ did Medina do under your watch?

During Larry Medina’s sentencing some Information was revealed that should be of interest to those who follow the political shenanigans of El Paso politicians, especially today’s debacle concerning the downtown arena. According to the El Paso Times report on February 19, during Medina’s sentencing his attorney tried to minimize Larry’s criminal participation. To which Judge… Read More Et tu, Susie Byrd and Veronica Escobar? What “s—“ did Medina do under your watch?

The Pillar of Society also known as Larry Medina is Expected to be Sentenced Today on Public Corruption Charges

Whether Larry Medina, among others, gets sentenced today, February 19, 2013 as expected is yet to be seen as Larry is such a weasel that he will likely seek to weasel his way out of doing jail time. He already tried prostrating himself before Judge Montalvo at his plea hearing shedding crocodile tears while uttering… Read More The Pillar of Society also known as Larry Medina is Expected to be Sentenced Today on Public Corruption Charges

El Paso Metro Weekly Byte: November 6, 2001

Welcome to El Paso Metro’s week in review. This section is updated every Tuesday night. City Council Review Bicycle Paths – Requested greater evaluation of bicycle paths impact on major thoroughfares. Contracts – Found Jar Concrete to be lowest responsible and responsive bidder for Del Norte project in District #2.  Silverton Construction lost the contract.… Read More El Paso Metro Weekly Byte: November 6, 2001