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Government Spending ‘til the Cows Come Home

Government Spending ‘til the Cows Come Home

Friday, September 28, 2012; by Buddy Saunders Ignoring the economic trends, here in America, in Europe, in Asia and in China, isn’t easy, but too many of us are managing…

City Government, a Look on the Bright Side

City Government, a Look on the Bright Side

Monday, September 24, 2012; by Buddy Saunders A reader—herself a critic of the city—suggested that from time to time we point out positive things done by the city employees, our…

Opinion Arlington, a True Voice for the Citizens of Arlington

Opinion Arlington, a True Voice for the Citizens of Arlington

Thursday, September 20, 2012; by Buddy Saunders After one false and disappointing web site start, we are moving forward with Opinion Arlington, a web site dedicated to providing the citizens…

First Abram Street study cost $580. Second unnecessary study inflates to $55,000.

First Abram Street study cost $580.  Second unnecessary study inflates to $55,000.

Monday, September 17, 2012; by Buddy Saunders Before moving on to other issues, we want to make these further comments on the Mayor’s plan to reduce the number of traffic…

Avoiding the Road Less Traveled?

Avoiding the Road Less Traveled?

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012 by Craig Miller. Show of hands: how many of you avoid going to Abram Street in downtown Arlington because the sidewalks are too narrow? Anybody? Anybody?…

Government Motors Dolt Unveiled!

Government Motors Dolt Unveiled!

Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 Satire by Normal Bean. Recently Opinion Arlington spoke with Abernathy Spivey, ICLEIPHP, of the Square Wheel Institute for Sustainable Growth and Private Property Suppression (SWISGPPS). Our…

Looking to a Spring Housecleaning at City Hall

Looking to a Spring Housecleaning at City Hall

Monday, September 10, 2012; by Buddy Saunders. Dissatisfaction with Mayor Cluck and his cronies has reached critical mass. The citizens of Arlington are ready for a change and that change…

Patriotic Vampirism

Patriotic Vampirism

Saturday, September 8, 2012; by Craig Miller. People have been fascinated with vampires for a couple hundred years, and the current popularity probably began with Ann Rice’s Lestat novels (starting…

Stupid Ideas Require Lots of Money

Stupid Ideas Require Lots of Money

Thursday, September 6, 2012; by Buddy Saunders. The love of money, the Bible says, is the root of all evil, and we say the coming lack of money may be…

Tax and Debt Realities: Two Out of Three the Most Voters Can Get

Tax and Debt Realities: Two Out of Three the Most Voters Can Get

Monday, September 3, 2012; by Buddy Saunders This is too “spot on” not to pass along to you.  The upshot of it all is that no matter how much we…