The Drunk Driver DA who hates Gov. Rick Perry
I am not a fan of hypocritical Democrats who have been caught drunk driving. I also do not approve of Democrats who use their position and connections to wiggle out of the charges they face and get off free. And to add to that, I am outraged when connected Democrats threaten law enforcement and victims when law enforcement catch them while they’re drunk driving. Coming | Read More »
We can take the U.S. Senate– are you in?
If the media believes Republicans can take the Senate, shouldn’t we listen?! In an article Sunday, Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post wrote: The decision by Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) not to seek election in November in the wake of a plagiarism scandal is the latest piece of good news for Republicans as they strive to take control of the Senate in less than three | Read More »
The liberals war on home school kids!
What’s up with Pat Davis and Progress Now NM? The hard-Left organization and it’s executive director Pat Davis have started a war on kids with a conservative background who are interested in involvement in politics! I hated politics as a child and teenager (until I hit 18). I saw the constant fighting, how elected officials had absolutely no time to spend with their families and | Read More »
VIDEO: Does Congressman Ben Ray Lujan’s office know which state he represents?
When a constituent called Democrat Congressman Ben Ray Lujan’s (New Mexico, Congressional District 3) office with concerns about water pollution and the need for forestry clean-up, he says he was told to attend a meeting in La Jara, New Mexico. But the meeting was actually held in La Jara, Colorado, which is obviously not in the constituents state! Does Congressman Ben Ray Lujan’s office even | Read More »
Dem Gov candidate’s campaign manager resigns over sexist tweets
Out-of-hand tweets Yesterday Free Beacon broke a story on the extremely offensive tweets toward women sent by governor candidate and New Mexico Attorney General Gary King’s newly hired campaign manager Steve Verzwyvelt. Verzwyvelt, a native of Louisiana, is a political consultant who has worked on Democratic campaigns across the country for more than a decade. He also owns his own public relations and political consulting | Read More »
NM Sen. Tom Udall not interested in responding to constituents?
Will Udall ever get back with Santa Fe, NM constituent Kevin Post?! Here’s the rest of the story: Last week fellow blogger and Santa Fe activist Kevin Post had a few questions for U.S. Senator Tom Udall on Twitter. Here’s what he said: Senator Udall is up for reelection this year and is challenged by Albuquerque businessman and Marine Veteran Allen Weh. Learn more about | Read More »
NM Supreme Court: Gays as Capable of “Responsible Procreation” as Heterosexuals
First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes… Last week the New Mexico state Supreme court ruled redefining marriage, mandating that changes be made so as to not “discriminate” based on gender. The decision was 5-0 and the opinion read in part: We separately consider the purported governmental interests in responsible procreation and responsible child rearing. Regarding responsible procreation, we fail to see how forbidding | Read More »
OFA Twitter-Spams Congress and other Republicans over Immigration Reform
This morning I dropped by New Mexico’s Republican congressman Steve Pearce and noticed a phenomenon, scores of accounts had spammed Pearce with their pro-immigration message. Upon closer examination it appeared that many of these accounts were doing NOTHING but spamming congress members on a “list” and sending them graphics like the one below using the hashtags #ActOnReform #immigrationreform and others: How many accounts do you | Read More »
Cuba, New Mexico High School Student Forced to Choose Between Graduation and God
Liberty Confronted by Injustice in Cuba Public School Meet Liberty Thompson, an 18-year-old who is a Senior at Cuba High School in the small village of Cuba, New Mexico. Liberty is on track to be the valedictorian of her class and by graduation will have earned enough college credits to form an associate degree– the first ever in her high school to reach such a | Read More »
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Inappropriate behavior from Superintendent Brooks, and his social media “expert” but that’s okay?
Friday afternoon the Albuquerque Public School (APS) District school board met and announced they would be giving APS superintendent a short suspension after his sexist tweets comparing New Mexico Education Secretary Designate Hanna Skandera to livestock. Just a three day suspension. The Rest of the Story This past week we heard a lot about Brooks inappropriate tweets. But I think we have been looking at | Read More »