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Letter to editor in support of traffic light at Broadway and Bullard

Dear Editor:

I would like to see the Broadway intersection stop light STAY in place for this reason; Both solutions, signs and lights, are only as effective as the community demonstrates careful and l-- Continue reading

What’s really behind New Mexico’s budget woes

By Bill Jordan, MA

Most complex systems—like airplanes, for example—have built-in redundancies. So in order for a catastrophic failure to occur—such as falling from the sky—there generally have to be several-- Continue reading

The Renewable Fuel Standard: “set up for fraud”

America's rush to renewables has invited corruption and fraud.

Wednesday, July 20, representing the latest fraudster to be convicted—but not the first and surely not the last—"a jury found an Indiana man-- Continue reading

Two letters to editor on the topic of Poop

Dear Editor:
I have been trying, for 3 years to get someone with authority to assist in the clean up of a pile of human excreta on my neighboring property line.

There is a second site, “lets call it an o-- Continue reading

Hard Truths Demand That We Set Aside Political Differences

Compromise Required to Set New Mexico Back on the Right Path

By Senator Pete Campos, Ed.D.

New Mexico faces an economic crisis — not a budget crisis — that can be solved, but not easily, quickly or cheapl-- Continue reading

Questions on OMA violation news release

In the interest of transparency and fact, a news release from the Gila Conservation Coalition was published under Editorial, because of questions this editor has.

First off, this editor is not questio-- Continue reading

New Mexico Attorney General Determines New Mexico CAP Entity Violated Open Meetings Act in Gila Diversion Discussions

Santa Fe, NM – In response to a complaint filed by former New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission (ISC) Director Norm Gaume, the New Mexico Attorney General (NM AG) determined that the New Mexico Centra-- Continue reading

Hillary's energy policies: enriching Wall Street cronies, while the poor are pawns in their political game

In his less-than-enthusiastic endorsement of Hillary Clinton as the Democrat's choice for President, Sen. Bernie Sanders decried "Greed, recklessness, and illegal behavior" and declared that we couldn-- Continue reading

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