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The SCOTUS/EPA Decision, while not All Positive, Is Worthy of Celebration

The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has been harsh on the Obama Administration's regulatory overreach (remember Hobby Lobby and the National Labor Relations Board vs. Noel Canning decision) and this week's dec-- Continue reading

The Link between Climate and Poverty

The climate alarmists are practically giddy over Pope Francis' recently released "climate encyclical"-remember, these are, generally, the very same people who dis the church and its position on aborti-- Continue reading

Will 2015 be the year of Renewable Fuel Standard Reform?

The fact the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee is attacking the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) management-er, mismanagement-of the federal renewable fuel standard (RFS-- Continue reading

Letter to editor following Senior Olympics meeting of 061915

To the Editor,

The other day Mr. Fred Baca wrote about a disturbing development with the Senior Olympics, a problem that could set the program back to square one. First of all, I applaud Mr. Baca's pr-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor alleges Cobre School Board OMA violations

To the Editor:

In your article "Cobre School Board Approves Budget", you quoted Toy Sepulveda, Board President as saying that the Board discussed Personnel matters, athletic handbook, food service and-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor about Senior Olympics

On May 19, 2015, Mr. Mario Quintana was dismissed from his volunteer position as Coordinator of the Grant County Senior Olympics. Mr. Quintana has been greatly responsible for building a program that-- Continue reading

To win, Republican candidates must be strong on energy

To win, Republican candidates must be strong on energy

Commentary by Marita Noon

New polling emphasizes support for traditional energy concerns has become a partisan issue. Large majorities of Republicans favor key energy issues—but voters of every ideologi-- Continue reading

Special Session Successes and Going Forward

Pat Garrett
Communications Director, Republican Party of New Mexico

Everyone is entitled to his own point of view, but Victor Reyes's viewpoint would be considered fringe, even by his own party.

It is-- Continue reading

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