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. 18, 2014
They’re turning on Democrats they have historically supported and protected.
| |Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014
On Nov. 4, Arlington voters will decide on $236 million in improvements.
| |Saturday, Oct. 04, 2014
In so many ways, the Democratic nominee for governor is out of step with Texas voters.
| |Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014
Indignation over violence by pro-athletes is short-lived.
| |Saturday, Sep. 20, 2014
There are places to experience wonder and beauty on the Trinity River.
| |Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014
The Democratic candidate for governor has only refocused voter attention on her fight for abortion.
| |Saturday, Sep. 06, 2014
For starters, he can heed the advice of wise Democrats who held the office before him.
| |Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014
Political candidates don’t spend much time on environmental issues.
| |Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014
At first, I wasn’t sure if the amazing smile was meant for me.
| |Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014
Cease the political rhetoric of blaming Bush for doing what was needed.