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

Federal government email from the inside

| |Sunday, Jul. 06, 2014

Repeated training, multiple backups belie claims of lost IRS email.

Top democrats continue to struggle, but bet that won’t change anything

| |Saturday, Jun. 28, 2014

Obama, Clinton and Davis keep fighting from behind.

Jefferson’s ‘wall of separation’ stands the test of history

| |Saturday, Jun. 21, 2014

Still, today some commit acts of terrorism in the name of religion.

Conservative moment not new; reaction is

| |Saturday, Jun. 14, 2014

Pundits are wringing their hands over primary results, GOP state convention and Eric Cantor’s defeat.

Ben Ghazi is a really nice guy

| |Saturday, Jun. 07, 2014

College students should have better answers when questioned about the world around them.

‘Cannibalism’ not right in civic discourse

| |Saturday, May. 31, 2014

Fort Worth’s Jim Wright tried to change things by resigning as House speaker 25 years ago.

Tom Schieffer has earned place in the Rangers’ hall of fame

| |Saturday, May. 24, 2014

He was the guiding force behind the building a truly great ballpark.

Voters answer tax increases with a big ‘yes’

| |Sunday, May. 18, 2014

A focus on resolving local issues and concerns transcends any political rhetoric.

Delusional minority or determined truth-seekers?

| |Saturday, May. 10, 2014

New congressional investigation of Benghazi has risks for both sides.

National media hand-wringing about Texas Democrats

| |Saturday, May. 03, 2014

Turning Texas blue is more difficult than Democrats imagined.