Refuse the Juice

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You don't have to believe everything you read and here's why.

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You might want to tell them to shut up - NOW

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All about how the mayor's new political hammer position works

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The city attorney thing isn't going away

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El Pasoans are being robbed and they can't call the police

[...] to financial injury, the pension went to the state legislature to have a bill written so that city council couldn't vote against giving them money whenever they want it.  They lobbied for a [...]

The council item you SHOULD be talking about

[...] might remember last week when the mayor went to battle with Niland over her thoughts on the city attorney's performance pertaining to a certain land issue.  Watching the video you can even see where [...]

Council members are going too far with city attorney review

[...] Look, I know that the city attorney is not in a good place with Reps. Niland, Noe and Lilly.  It's political - purely political.   [...]

World record ORR request response? Or, document leak?

[...] a public request for information on a personnel matter.  She got her hand smacked by the city attorney who had to tell her behind closed doors that you can't drag employee HR issues out into a [...]

City's Million Dollar Mistake - Who's the leaker?

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City Manager removes staff from line of fire and other thoughts

[...] the city manager.  By giving that title - even in a deputy role - it became an irritant to council members.  It also provided more tragets to aim at when council found themselves looking like fools. [...]

Oh boy - District 1 Candidates and civili discourse has returned to council

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Limon's insane budget demands

[...] constituents.  Well, if you count leaking gossip to the press and turning in ORRs on other council members - then that was work, I guess... So it was not a surprise that Limon's contribution to the [...]

Thoughts about yesterday's council meeting... and questions...

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Martin Paredes complains about his friends' frivolous lawsuits

[...] 's a ton of taxpayers dollars spent to defend the city from frivolous lawsuits filed by Martin Paredes' buddies.  Every single one of them has been thrown out.  That includes Four Names [...]

Something really big happened and other news

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One business fails and it's a sign capitalism doesn't work!

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Catching up on the gossip around town

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Your Options for a New City Manager

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Mayor and Council spend millions to hire new city manager and they didn't have t...

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Leeser is suspect of voters - hates downtown

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All things City Manager

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Another reason city manager form of government is going away

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El Paso's biggest problem - you are ignorant to how things work

[...] it's likely a city manager shouldn't either. I'm not saying that rinky dink papers like the El Paso Times don't often misuse the "first 100" article on everybody from dog catchers to high [...]

A lot of things happened yesterday

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There isn't much of a choice out there

[...] taxpayers dollars to pay his buddies off. Powers was aiming his satirical sword at the El Paso Times with his post.  I think the El Paso Times gets it in the way Powers suggest.  They know [...]

The arena is an example of how El Paso never changes

[...] stop because El Paso lacks a paying audience.  It's not a secret.  It's well known that El Pasoans are "last minute" ticket buyers if they even bother to show up at all.  El [...]

El Paso City Council loves to see people die in alcohol related car accidents

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Leeser's Billion Dollar Mistake

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More questions about the proposed arena...

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Update on musical chairs and the new paid political position at the city

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Limon votes against El Paso businesses

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What to see in 2015

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Mayor Ortega.... err Leeser and some questions

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You might want to tell them to shut up - NOW

[...] they are costing themselves either money or integrity - or both. The City of El Paso and your city council is digging furiously at this moment and it could likely cost YOU a lot of money.  Their [...]

All about how the mayor's new political hammer position works

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The city attorney thing isn't going away

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El Pasoans are being robbed and they can't call the police

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