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Another climate alarmist's predictions don't match real-world data

Another climate alarmist's predictions don't match real-world data

Whenever there is a new record set, whether rain, hurricane, drought, etc., those in the climate change alarmist camp seem to be quick to point to global warming as the cause and make more dire predic-- Continue reading

ICYMI: NYT Editorializes for Udall Chemical Safety Bill

In case you missed it...

Congress Moves, Finally, on Toxic Chemicals

Congres-- Continue reading

Why waste food to replace something we already have too much of?

The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS)—also known as the ethanol mandate—was passed by Congress in 2005 and expanded in 2007. Regardless of market conditions, it required ever-increasing quantities of biofuel -- Continue reading

Enrollment at WNMU plummets

The Department of Higher Education has released the final enrollment figures for Fall 2015.

Enrollment is measured in two ways: head count which counts students that take at least one credit and Full-- Continue reading

Graduates Should Consider New Mexico in their Future Plans

It is the season for New Mexico college graduations. Graduates across our state will hear commencement speeches inspiring them to pursue their dreams, find a great job and put their new degrees to goo-- Continue reading

Letter to the Editor on Announced Fee Increase

To the Editor:

A couple of comments on the Board of Regents article: While tuition did not increase, the "slight" increase in student fees is an increase of $113 a semester, or an increase of 22.5%. Y-- Continue reading

Is the green's "Daddy Warbucks" helping the planet or himself?

Any comprehensive review of green energy and its politics and policies has to include the name of wealthy liberal Tom Steyer—who has been called the environmental movement's new "Daddy Warbucks." Havin-- Continue reading

There are better ways to ‘pull together’ for New Mexico’s impoverished kids

By Veronica C. García, Ed.D., executive director, New Mexico Voices for Children

Back in 2013 when New Mexico fell to 50th in the nation for child well-being, advocates hoped that the state's policy-m-- Continue reading

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