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Texas Must Be Doing Something Right

Texas Must Be Doing Something Right

Tuesday July 30, 2013, by Paul Gleiser Here’s something that happened in the past decade that you might not have noticed. For the first time in U.S. history, two metro…

Arlington Mass Transportation–Not Really

Arlington Mass Transportation–Not Really

Friday, July 26, 2013, by Richard Weber, Publisher of the Arlington Spectator In June, our city council approved the $700,000/year bus pilot, called the MAX. Under the agreement, DART, in…

Building More of the Same Only One Possible Solution

Building More of the Same Only One Possible Solution

Friday, July 26, 2013, by Buddy Saunders In north Arlington, on Lamar’s north side between Cooper and Collins, and in the “president-named-streets” area, everyone knows that property values are threatened…

Hydraulic Fracturing Doesn’t Contaminate Water Supplies

Hydraulic Fracturing Doesn’t Contaminate Water Supplies

The following is a summary by the NCPA of Study Finds Fracking Chemicals Didn’t Pollute Water: AP,” CBS News, July 19, 2013. To learn more about the National Center for…

Swing and a Miss

Swing and a Miss

Friday, July 26, 2013, by Frank Kuchar In teaching a youngster the skill needed to hit a baseball the constant message is to “keep their eyes on the ball” –…

Satan’s Greatest Weapon is to Convince Us That He Does Not Exist

Satan’s Greatest Weapon is to Convince Us That  He Does Not Exist

Friday, July 26, 2013, by Glynn Adams God has given us armor and He has given us weapons for the spiritual warfare we face daily.   Without these articles of war,…

Revisited: How Will Mayor Cluck’s Agenda Affect You?

Revisited: How Will Mayor Cluck’s Agenda Affect You?

Friday, July 26, 2013, by Buddy Saunders Opinion Arlington originally ran the following column on Friday, May 23, 2013.  Because of the large number of new readers we are seeing,…

For Once, Jim Hoffa is Right

For Once, Jim Hoffa is Right

  Thursday July 25, 2013, by Paul Gleiser At the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte last year I interviewed Jim Hoffa, son of the infamous Jimmy Hoffa and, like his…

Arlington Spectator, July 22 Edition: P&Z Continues More High Density Hearings

Arlington Spectator, July 22 Edition: P&Z Continues More High Density Hearings

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…

Pleasant Suburb or Congested City. It’s Your Choice.

Pleasant Suburb or Congested City. It’s Your Choice.

Friday, July 19, 2013, by Buddy Saunders Mayor Cluck and his cohorts want to make Arlington a city of multi story apartments. Big time mayors run cities, not suburbs, after…

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