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Oil and gas exports—one policy change, many benefits

Commentary by Marita Noon

"Businesses that sell to foreign markets put more people to work in high-quality jobs, offering more Americans the chance to earn a decent wage," claimed the Obama administrat-- Continue reading

NEA New Mexico Cheers Legislators who stood up for Public Schools and working New Mexicans

Written by Charles Goodmacher of the  NM NEA

Anti-family Right to Work bill defeated; but more work needs to be done to ensure better outcomes for

NM's students

(SANTA FE) – Warning that the struggle for-- Continue reading

Op-ed: We’re Free to Follow Our Passion, Thanks to Productive Farmers, Ranchers

Thoughts from New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte during National Agriculture Week

In what categories can you count yourself among "the two percent"?

I'll waste this sentence so you can rea-- Continue reading

Access to mid-Atlantic energy resources advances long-term energy security

Commentary by Marita Noon

At the end of January, the Obama administration announced the next step in a long process that could result in the exploration and ultimate extraction of oil-and-gas resource-- Continue reading

Letter to editor on making college more affordable news release

Some comments on the news release, "Making College More Affordable Would Payoff for the State," posted on the Beat

Western is the one college in the state that has become more and more unaffordable. Y-- Continue reading

Senate Democrats Show Lack Of Leadership In Right-To-Work Vote

Santa Fe, NM – Yesterday, the Senate Democrats failed New Mexico's workers by blocking a bipartisan compromise that would have raised the minimum wage and given employees the right to choose whether the-- Continue reading

USDA food pyramid seemingly attacking meat-based foods

I have just finished reading the February 2015 issue of the "New Mexico Stockman," the magazine for southwestern agriculture published by the New Mexico Cattle Growers' Association. A lot of the infor-- Continue reading

Solar Power propaganda vs. the real world

Commentary by Marita Noon

When a former "senior communications official at the White House" writes a blog post for U.S. News and World Report, you should be able to trust it. But when the author state-- Continue reading

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