With long experience in government including 10 years as mayor of Arlington, an adjunct professorship in UT Arlington's School of Urban and Public Affairs and service as President George W. Bush's regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, Richard Greene is an expert on public policy, politics and decision-making on issues facing North Texas. He has strong opinions about elected officials and those who would like to join them. You can reach him here: mayorgreene@mayorgreene.com

Baseball is bigger than A-Rod

| |Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014

A man who wanted to be known as the greatest player of all time will never get there.

Sounding the alarm over ever-growing government

| |Saturday, Feb. 08, 2014

More than 70 percent of Americans see big government as a threat, according to Gallup data.

Obama’s EPA has lost its balance

| |Saturday, Feb. 01, 2014

Other presidents have reached environmental goals while building a strong economy.

What a Gov. Davis would really mean

| |Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014

How about we get back to the big picture of what’s at stake with a Wendy Davis victory in November?

Will leftist national media help save Chris Christie?

| |Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014

It’s no surprise that liberals made a scandal out of a traffic jam caused by the governor’s staff.

Former Fort Worth Mayor Bob Bolen was a friend

| |Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014

Mutual support became the norm for Tarrant County’s two major cities, because it was the right thing to do.

‘Duck Dynasty’ is only the latest success story for a Louisiana town

| |Sunday, Jan. 05, 2014

Backwater? No, West Monroe has a rich history.

Texas and national politics face a pivotal year ahead

| |Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013

With primary elections in March and the general election in November, crucial questions will be answered.

The first Christmas for the infant United States

| |Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013

George Washington and his men, inspired by Thomas Paine’s words, changed the world.

Richard Greene: Democrats now face whole new ballgame

| |Monday, Dec. 16, 2013

The White House in 2016 suddenly is not certain at all.