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Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Negotiated His Nomination - Part 4

What Type of President Will Trump Be?

When it comes to what to expect from him, some things are obvious, while others no one knows—not even Trump himself. Consider what he said on page 1: "I play it ver-- Continue reading

Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Negotiated His Nomination - Part 3

Debunking the Trump Conspiracies

When it comes to presidential conspiracies, no one's presidential campaign has generated more conspiratorial talk then Trump's. One of the more popular ones was that h-- Continue reading

Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Negotiated His Nomination - Part 2

Why 2016 is Different

The 2015-16 GOP primary offered a political environment where there was no clear-cut favorite. None of the candidates had a clear and established base of supporters. The frontrun-- Continue reading

Trump: making America’s energy policy cheaper, faster, and better

The name Donald Trump will occupy the news cycle during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH. Other than comments from oil entrepreneur Harold Hamm, energy won't be a huge topic on the-- Continue reading

Political commentary from John Manfreda: Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Negotiated His Nomination - Part 1

Art of the Deal: How Donald Trump Negotiated His Nomination
After previously flirting with the idea, on June 16, 2015, Donald Trump finally announced his entrance into politics with a run for the White-- Continue reading

Workers, employers: demand 'anchors aweigh' for job creation

By Jason Espinoza, President & CEO, New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry

Creating jobs seems to be a universal rallying cry across the political spectrum, across socioeconomic strata an-- Continue reading

Op Ed Submision by Sen. Mimi Stewart on EDU Funding Crisis Looking in NM

School Funding Crisis Looms, PED, Governor & House GOP Ignore Problem
By: NM State Senator Mimi Stewart (D-17-Bernalillo)

Our K-12 public school classrooms are facing yet another steep funding cris-- Continue reading

The Cost of RPS in New Mexico

The Cost of RPS in New Mexico
By Dr. Timothy J. Considine

In the Land of Enchantment, government mandates require that 15.7 percent of electricity must come from wind, solar, and other forms of renewab-- Continue reading

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