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: email@example.com
| |Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013
The President warned against asking government to do more and more.
| |Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013
Washington’s efforts to resolve the issues that led to the shutdown remain unfinished. Until next year’s elections, Obamacare, the nation’s crippling debt and much more are going to dominate campaigns across the country.
| |Saturday, Oct. 05, 2013
Sixty percent say they believe the federal government has too much power.
| |Saturday, Sep. 28, 2013
HBO series promotes liberal causes and makes conservatives look like enemies of the state.
| |Saturday, Sep. 21, 2013
Four years ago, Democrats shunned Tom Schieffer, a man of high character and ability.
| Saturday, Sep. 14, 2013
Hall of Famer, Texas Rangers exec built baseball team’s greatness on and off the field.
| |Saturday, Sep. 07, 2013
The president’s predecessor, George W. Bush, was not a man of half-measures.
| |Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013
There is prejudice in the hearts of men, but people of faith are not the ones to fear.
Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013
Richard Greene is well known across North Texas as mayor of Arlington from 1987 to 1997, a longtime Arlington City Council member and planning and zoning commissioner before that, and as regional administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency from 2003 until 2009.