Steve Jacob, a veteran health-care journalist, writes about a potential doctor shortage in New Mexico in coming years:
Robert Berman, CEO of Cinium Financial, writes about a challenge for small businesses.
Jeni Ennis, an Air Force wife, writes a weekly column for Freedom New Mexico’s military publication Cannon Connections. Here’s recent effort.
Allen Weh, an Albuquerque business executive, military veteran and former candidate for governor of New Mexico, writes about the state of America:
Michelle Malkin writes for Creators Syndicate. She offers her view on President Obama’s approach to promoting his latest government jobs bill.
Walter E. Williams, a professor of economics at George Mason University, writes about the problem with colleges today. He writes for Creators Syndicate.
Loni Newby is a Clovis mom, married to the Air Force who writes a weekly column for Cannon Connections, our base newspaper. This is her latest effort:
Projects vital to economic development Terry Brunner, USDA Rural Development state director, writes about economic development in rural New Mexico.
Joe Parker Jr., president of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, writes about the importance of branding cattle.
Russell Anglin is the senior reporter for the Quay County Sun and writes a weekly column. Here is his most recent effort.
Mike Majors of Clovis writes it’s about time Clovis has an 18-hole golf course.
Salomon Ramirez, state executive director of the USDA Farm Service Agency, writes that American farmers and ranchers are the forefathers of resource conservation:
Kent McManigal writes for Freedom New Mexico. He shares his thoughts on the gambling incident at Portales County Club:
Status checks not immigration issue Ruben Navarrette, who writes for The Washington Post Writers Group, backs New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez’ approach to policing immigration status:
Kent McManigal writes for Freedom New Mexico. He shares his thoughts on a juror’s duties: Just about everyone wants justice. One of the most powerful tools you and I have available to keep government honest is the jury. Unfortunately, you can’t count on the government informing you of your power; you must usually hear of […]
Government transparency should become normality Pete Campos, a Democratic state senator from Las Vegas and president of Luna Community College, writes about the need for more transparency in government: The public’s growing frustration with government is driven in large part by policy disagreements and evaporating revenue for important needs. The public has become distrustful of […]
Kent McManigal of Farwell writes columns for the Albuquerque Libertarian Examiner. Here’s a snippet from a recent effort: An Albuquerque-area couple has allowed themselves to be abused and stolen from by a gang of thieves as retribution for the uppity act of attempting to keep their own property rather than handing it over to the […]
Mona Charen writes a conservative political column distributed through Creators Syndicate. Here’s a recent sampling:
Matthew Ladner writes for New Mexico’s conservative Rio Grande Foundation (www.riograndefoundation.org). Here’s a sampling from a recent column distributed to newspapers around New Mexico: