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Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: October 24-27

Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: October 24-27

Friday, October 24, 2014 by Reginald Lewis of the City of Arlington Medieval Arts Festival Experience the Middle Ages as history comes to life at the George W. Hawkes…

Early Voting Begins with Arlington Bond Package on Ballot

Early Voting Begins with Arlington Bond Package on Ballot

Thursday, October 23, 2014 by Laurie Fox of the City of Arlington Arlington residents will go to the polls starting this week with early voting to consider a…

Arlington Library to Host 12th Medieval Arts Festival

Arlington Library to Host 12th Medieval Arts Festival

Wednesday, October 22, 2014, City of Arlington Don’t miss this chance to experience the Middle Ages as history comes to life at the 12th annual Medieval Arts Festival. The…

Arlington Spectator: Your Tax Dollars Fund Yet Another High Density Apt. Complex

Arlington Spectator: Your Tax Dollars Fund Yet Another High Density Apt. Complex

 Red Light Camera Scam http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=6600 The liberal Arlington City Council declined to comment on the red light cameras during their opportunity at the afternoon session. They love the…

Don’t Pay that Red Light Ticket if You Didn’t Run a Red Light

Don’t Pay that Red Light Ticket if You Didn’t Run a Red Light

Friday, October 17, 2014, by Buddy Saunders I’ve never gotten a red light ticket, but if this gouging keeps up, I may end up being in that small…

NCPA: Which Cities Are More Accessible?

NCPA: Which Cities Are More Accessible?

Even as Mayor Cluck congests our streets with useless bike lanes, he wants us to buy into mass transit that will “save” us from the congestion he is…

City of Arlington Events 10/17/2014

City of Arlington Events 10/17/2014

Arlington’s Weekend Buzz: October 17-19 Friday, October 17, 2014, City of Arlington As the temperatures start to cool, things are heating up in Arlington. From sporting events to…

City of Arlington News 10/17/2014

City of Arlington News 10/17/2014

Traffic Update: I-30 Lane Closure Begins Thursday Night Friday, October 17, 2014, City of Arlington Drivers traveling westbound on Interstate 30 should proceed with caution as Texas Department of…

Symphony Arlington to Celebrate 15 Years with Dynamic Season

Symphony Arlington to Celebrate 15 Years with Dynamic Season

Thursday, October 16th, from the City of Arlington One of the city greatest treasures, Symphony Arlington, opens its 15th season Thursday, October 16 at Arlington Music Hall. This season…

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Candidate Endorsements from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility

Candidate Endorsements from Texans for Fiscal Responsibility

Sunday, October 12, 2014 by Michael Quinn Sullivan, EmpowerTexans and Texans for Fiscal Responsibility For most of the country, tomorrow is the observance of Columbus Day. For Texans,…

Christmas in September? It is for Interlochen Christmas Lights!

Christmas in September? It is for Interlochen Christmas Lights!

Friday, September 26, 2014, by Buddy Saunders from an interview with by Ralph Sobel, Interlochen Christmas Light Coordinator Christmas in September? Too soon? It’s not even Thanksgiving yet!…

Texas Roads and Transportation, Big Dreams and No Money

Texas Roads and Transportation, Big Dreams and No Money

Friday, September 12, 2014, by Buddy Saunders Yesterday evening while in Arlington’s entertainment district, rather than watch the Rangers lose another game or knock on Jerry Jones’s hotel…

CPS Attack on North Texas Homeschooling Family Continues

CPS Attack on North Texas Homeschooling Family Continues

Friday, September 5, 2014, by Faith Bussey In 2008, the Romeike family made their way here from Germany where homeschooling has been outlawed since Hitler’s grand socialist experiment…

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The messiah that wasn’t.

The messiah that wasn’t.

Thursday, October 23, 2014, by Paul Gleiser It has been said that politics abandons its wounded. Certainly that seems the case…

NCPA: House Tries to Stop EPA Overreach

NCPA: House Tries to Stop EPA Overreach

Ask Councilman Charlie Parker about Agenda 21, the big governments plan to trample our liberty through Quisling local government, and he’ll…

NCPA: California’s High Speed Rail Project a Financial Disaster, and more!

NCPA: California’s High Speed Rail Project a Financial Disaster, and more!

Keep up with the latest insights regarding energy, the environment, health care, and government spending. Read the National Center for Policy…

Obama and the PGA (Presidential Golf Administration)

Obama and the PGA (Presidential Golf Administration)

Friday, October 17, 2014, by Frank Kuchar Last weekend President Obama celebrated a momentous milestone – his 200th round of golf…