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Arlington Spectator City Update for December 31, 2012

Arlington Spectator City Update for December 31, 2012

The Arlington Spectator is written and published by Richard Weber who attends City Council meetings on a regular basis. His reports via the Arlington Spectator are an invaluable resource for…

Why Boehner and the Republicans Blew It

Why Boehner and the Republicans Blew It

Friday, December 28, 2012, by Frank Kuchar Are you wondering how it was that Boehner and the others in the Republican leadership in Congress royally messed up the debate over…

High Gasoline Prices are Good for Us!

High Gasoline Prices are Good for Us!

Wednesday, December 26, 2012; by Buddy Saunders The following was posted on YouTube when gas prices were $4.00 per gallon. The price has dropped since then, but as the U.S.…

When “assault weapons” saved Koreatown

When “assault weapons” saved Koreatown

Wednesday, December 26, 2012; Introduction by Buddy Saunders As an Arlington homeowner and a business owner, I have much to think about when it comes to defending my property.  America…

What Our City Council Needs to Know About Agenda 21

What Our City Council Needs to Know About Agenda 21

Wednesday, December 26, 2012; by Buddy Saunders The threat posed by Agenda 21 is very much a local issue, made so because our City Council is working feverishly to make…

Look for the Union Label

Look for the Union Label

Friday, December 21, 2012, by Frank Kuchar Recently we were witness to what those on the left consider as “tolerance.” In Lansing, Michigan, the state legislature was meeting to vote…

The Failure of the GM Bailout

The Failure of the GM Bailout

Thursday, December 20, 2012; by Paul Gleiser One of the things that Democrats do to great effect is to say something over and over until it becomes accepted truth irrespective…

Texas Has Option to Nullify Federal Mandates

Texas Has Option to Nullify Federal Mandates

Thursday, December 20, 2012; by Buddy Saunders The federal government was created by the states and not the other way around. In the process, each state retained all rights and…

High-Speed Rail’s Fiscal Cliff a Cautionary Tale for Arlington

High-Speed Rail’s Fiscal Cliff a Cautionary Tale for Arlington

Thursday, December 20, 2012; by Buddy Saunders People speak of dodging the bullet.  With some pride the citizens of Arlington can say they’ve been dodging the bullet train or at…

Homeowners Getting “Mushroom Motels” as Neighbors

Homeowners Getting “Mushroom Motels” as Neighbors

Thursday, December 20, 2012; by Buddy Saunders We coined the name “mushroom motel” to describe the newest money making scheme our City Council has devised to accomplish two goals that…

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