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Letter to Editor - re: Memo to Clueless Republicans

I would like to congratulate Pete Burrows on another enlightening column regarding Islam. By portraying Islam for what it really is, hopefully some of us can put political correctness aside and deal w-- Continue reading

Shining a Light in the Dark Corners of “Climate Science”

If you're like the vast majority of Christians, John 3:16 is one of your favorite verses in the Bible, and rightly so: "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in-- Continue reading

Another rebuttal

Mr. Lass apparently did not read my editorial letter of yesterday, and he misunderstood an obvious metaphor in my article: When a political party “stakes out a position” and then is impaled on that “stake-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on Islam

I was shocked and appalled to read Pete The Burro’s hate piece: “A memo to Republicans...” How can any rational person honestly believe that it is ok to publicly call for death of his political opponents an-- Continue reading

Letter to editor on opinions

Rick Lass was greatly offended by my 11/29/15 article, “Memo to Clueless Republicans: Start Quoting the Koran.” Let me share with you the email he sent me:

Pete the Ass, just read your evil diatribe i-- Continue reading

Hope for Our Water Woes Found in Fracking Technologies

Hope for Our Water Woes Found in Fracking Technologies

Left: David Porter, Marita Noon, and Bill Weathersby.

Lower left: Marita in the cotton field.

For years, water, or, more accurately, its scarcity, has been predicted to be the next doomsday scenario.-- Continue reading

What is the Beat thankful for this year?

The Beat is very thankful for the recognition as Small Business of the Year the Grant County Beat received last week at the Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce banquet. The Beat, an online on-- Continue reading

Greens "smuggle" Climate Policy into the Church to Tip Climate Politics

Without the evangelical community's involvement, efforts to build a "broad coalition to pass major climate policies" are "doomed," according to a just-released report from New America—a nonprofit group -- Continue reading

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