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Obama: Iranian Oil, Good. Canadian Oil, Bad. American Oil, Bad.

President Obama's confusing approach to energy encourages our enemies who shout "death to America," while penalizing our closest allies and even our own job creators.

Iran's participation in the nucle-- Continue reading

Tall Tales about PNM Twist Facts

Previously published at this link: http://www.abqjournal.com/607887/opinion/tall-tales-about-pnm-twist-facts.html

Published here with permission from PNM

Here is an op-ed from VP of External Aff-- Continue reading

Reasons Christianity Is the Truth

Editor's Note: At the request of several of those who heard Nada Dates, a retired missionary, speak and from those who did not have the chance to hear her, I am posting this as an editorial. If you ar-- Continue reading

Marita Noon: Mexico's Energy Reform is Rolling, Albeit with Training Wheels

Link to: Mexico's energy reform is rolling, albeit with training wheels

Greetings!

I've written a couple of times about Mexico energy reforms-first when they were announced by President Enrique Peña Ni-- Continue reading

Marita Noon: The Other Nuclear Country

Chances are high that you didn't know that on Friday, July 10, Japan completed the fuel-loading process at the first nuclear reactor scheduled for restart since the Fukushima accident in March 2011. N-- Continue reading

Letter to editor thanking business owners for beautification efforts

I would like to take a moment and thank the Nennich's for all the beautification work they have done this past year on their commercial properties, especially the Snappy Mart corner at Silver Heights-- Continue reading

Energy Commentary from Marita Noon: The Best Renewable Energy Investment

Greetings!

I hope you had a wonderful fourth of July and enjoyed the freedoms that are unique to America. We fired up the smoker, I made a pot of beans and grilled corn on the cob. With friends, we ha-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on Quintana termination

July, 2015

I am in disbelief by the action of the Grant County Senior Olympic board members taken in dismissing Mr. Mario Quintana as Coordinator of the Senior Olympics in Grant County. No reason was-- Continue reading

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