Commentary: It’s important to know how much San Antonio’s climate action plan will cost. Another vital question: What are the costs of doing nothing?
For the first time outside independent political action committees played a major role in the mayor’s race, spending upwards of $500,000.
Commentary: Looking back at former mayor Lila Cockrell’s political career, we see the kind of strong and skilled leadership San Antonio needs today.
Commentary: There is an old tabloid newspaper saying that some stories are “too good to check.” This is one of them.
Commentary: Greg Brockhouse might be able to win the mayor’s office with tax-cutting promises, but several factors would hamper his ability to deliver.
Commentary: Perhaps the greatest irony of Nirenberg’s being forced into a runoff is that his opponent is even less prepared than he was.
When it comes to San Antonio’s anemic turnout in city elections, we are not alone. We are not even the worst, writes Rick Casey.
Local voters are more likely to be disturbed over the rights of all citizens than the rights of out-of-town fast-food restaurants, writes Rick Casey.
As San Antonio works on a climate plan, Councilwoman Ana Sandoval is aware that the business sector’s concerns shouldn’t be ignored, writes Rick Casey.
The structure of “accountability sessions” is designed not only to get commitments from politicians but also demonstrate that voters deserve deference.