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Society of Professional Journalists Ethics Week 2015 Op-Ed

Society of Professional Journalists Ethics Week 2015 Op-Ed 4.24.15

When journalists make news, it's not good | By Fred Brown, SPJ Ethics Commitee Co-Vice Chair

A gyrocopter lands on the Capitol lawn,-- Continue reading

Solar tax credits are not "conservative" or "free market"

Energy Commentary from Marita Noon

The solar industry has poured a startling amount of effort and funding—much of it backed by California-based, billionaire hedge fund manager Tom Steyer, who is heavily-- Continue reading

Deepwater Horizon five years later: lessons learned

Commentary by Marita Noon

Five years ago, following a blowout and explosion on the Deepwater Horizon rig that killed 11 workers, the nation was spellbound by the 87-day visual of oil flowing freely in-- Continue reading

Republicans Stood For Worker's Choice And Supported Right To Work

Like many bills it died in the State Senate without a vote

Albuquerque, NM- With the possibility of a special session, it is important to highlight the issue of worker's rights. The Employee Preferenc-- Continue reading

The American people aren't stupid enough to buy the manmade climate change crisis narrative

Commentary by Marita Noon

Late last year, the name Jonathan Gruber became part of the public consciousness for his newly public declarations that Obamacare passed due to the "stupidity of the American-- Continue reading

Open Letter to NMDOT

Open Letter to NMDOT:

Per the Neighborhood Alliance's comments at last evening's public meeting, please postpone the bridge project until public safety measures are in place.

As you know, much of NM h-- Continue reading

Remember to share the road

Remember to share the road














In the Mimbres, Highway 35 is a popular route for bicycling enthusiasts. Highway 35 is a narrow, winding, tw-- Continue reading

Clarification to previous two letters to editor

Dear editor,

In response to Mr. Milligan's letter concerning the anti-donation clause of the constitution and for clarification to your readers, Western New Mexico University is not providing any dona-- Continue reading

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