Global warming bill on tipping point

Freedom New Mexico A global-warming tipping point is approaching, but not the one alarmists predicted of an irreversible, overheated climate. Instead, it’s a political tipping point that can determine whether the economy will be handed over to Draconian, top-down government control on the pretense of curbing global warming, or whether the free market will be […]

Election blog: At least five AGs have come from Clovis

By David Stevens: FNM EDITOR Tuesday night’s blog reported at least four New Mexico attorneys general have come from Clovis. Longtime attorney Lynell Skarda adds one more name to the list: Clovis’ Fred Standley — “a good friend of mine,” Skarda said — was AG in 1957 and 1958. • • • Incumbent probate judge […]

Military feature: Cannon airmen share thoughts on jobs

By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico The 27th Special Operations Wing at Cannon Air Force Base held its first Media Day last week and personnel were candid about their jobs and living in eastern New Mexico. Eleven members of the media toured Cannon’s mission, aircraft, growth and construction. Capt. Eric Bowman, 32, said his job […]

Glad I don’t live in “24′ America

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Nine years of my life gone, but no regrets. Last week I watched the finale of Fox’s serial drama “24” about agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland). I loved all eight seasons and the made-for-TV movie that bridged the gap created by a writer’s strike. I’m sure I will enjoy […]

My Turn: Uncle Nacho testament to biculturalism

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By Helena Rodriguez: PNT columnist My uncle Ignacio passed away recently. Like many Hispanics with the same name, Ignacio was nicknamed “Nacho.” After moving to San Angelo, Texas, though, he suddenly became “Nash.” That was the name embroidered on his shirt. I laughed, but Uncle Nacho was serious. His co-workers called him Nash, and so […]

Press release: Free fishing day Saturday in New Mexico

Whether you’re an old hand at fishing or if you feel like testing the waters for the first time, Saturday, June 5, is the perfect time to get out and make a cast or two at lakes and streams across New Mexico — no license required. June 5, 2010, is National Fishing Day, and to […]

Final unofficial primary election results

Roosevelt County (21 of 21 precints reporting) Magistrate judge Democrat • Charles R. Perez — 390 Republican • Linda J. Short — 1,146