There are 11,143 people in El Paso that should never be allowed to vote again. As in never. Their voter credentials need to be taken away from them and a list should be created of people who should never be allowed to vote in any election, ever again, including dog catcher elections. And, I mean… Read More There Are Over 11,000 Stupid Votes in El Paso
Author’s note: some language quoted from official documents may be offensive to some readers. You are likely aware that this year is quickly becoming the year where sexual harassment in the workplace will no longer be tolerated. Many previously prominent men have been held to account. Many women have come forward to detail their experiences… Read More So What’s Wrong El Paso?
There is widespread outrage across the nation because of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse of others and the accusations again Ben Affleck, Kevin Spacey and even George H.W. Bush, among others, one would expect that a sitting judge with multiple accusations of sexual harassment and other inappropriate activities would be held to account. But not in… Read More Luis Aguilar, Sexual Harassment and El Paso Corruption
Some of you may be aware that David Crowder has been reporting on the case of Emily Garcia, the former El Paso Boys and Girls Club executive director who is currently in jail. What initially caught my attention about the case was that David Crowder asked Luis Aguilar about the status of the case shortly… Read More Luis Aguilar, the El Paso Highfaluting and Bumbling Idiots
Today is the first day to make your voice heard at the ballot box for the first cycle of the 2014 elections. Because El Paso is a Democratic Party stronghold, many of the offices will be determined at the primary election. The El Paso Times masquerading as a newspaper is out with its endorsements. As… Read More Candidates That Should Not Be Elected: March 2014
How someone like Luis Aguilar can be elected a judge is beyond me. However, his election with the support of the El Paso Times masquerading as a newspaper may explain why El Paso’s leadership is so corrupt-laden.… Read More In a Normal City Luis Aguilar Wouldn’t Be Elected
El Paso Metro Welcome to El Paso Metro’s week in review. This section is updated every Tuesday night. City Council Highlights Asleep at the Wheel – Jan Sumrall, who has been on council for seven years requested re-prioritization of the bond issue projects to move up a park on the Westside. Rose Rodriguez questioned where… Read More El Paso Metro Weekly Byte: October 30, 2001