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Published on Monday, 25 January 2016 16:03
By Carla J. Sonntag, President and Founder, New Mexico Business Coalition
The Land Grant Permanent Fund (LGPF) was established with New Mexico's statehood in 1912 and is held in trust for our public s-- Continue reading
Published on Monday, 25 January 2016 15:31
Terry Branstad was first elected governor of Iowa in 1982. His six terms in office have made him the longest serving governor in American history and the most influential politician in the state. He r-- Continue reading
Published on Saturday, 23 January 2016 11:22
By Dowd Muska, Rio Grande Foundation
“We have, over time, lost access to a lot of public lands.”
That’s Martin Heinrich, in an address to “conservationists” in Las Cruces on Saturday. (Look — he wore a camou-- Continue reading
Published on Thursday, 21 January 2016 14:16
Santa Fe, NM – Today, House Republicans will fight to put more teeth into New Mexico's "three strikes" law to keep dangerous criminals off the street. But the big question remains: Will Senate Boss Mich-- Continue reading
Published on Monday, 18 January 2016 13:41
By now, most people are aware of President Obama's 2008 campaign promise to bankrupt the coal industry—which he acknowledged would "necessarily" cause electricity to skyrocket. Seven years later, that i-- Continue reading
Published on Monday, 11 January 2016 20:55
Environmentalists like a good crisis. Spreading fear is a proven fundraising technique—with manmade climate change as the fear du jour. But, back in 2005, the "looming crisis," according to the Kansas S-- Continue reading
Published on Monday, 11 January 2016 20:12
The Problems with WNMU Athletics:
First Weak Teams: In the last five years, the five major sports at WNMU have had only 4 winning seasons.
Football: no winning seasons
Men’s Basketball: no winning season-- Continue reading
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