The Mundane Becoming Controversial
I have a great ability to make the mundane controversial on twitter. Tonight I mentioned that I’m largely in agreement with Anglican theologian N.T. Wright’s view of what happens to people who run away from God. In essence, they lose their humanity. They are only brought back with love and the Gospel. This shouldn’t be controversial. It’s actually a 2000 year old theological concept. The | 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 »
Hunger Games: White House Does Photo Op Of @FLOTUS’ & @BarackObama’s Visit With Pro-Amnesty Activist & Ex-@SEIU Boss
On Friday, the day after Thanksgiving–using @LaCasaBlanca, the Spanish twitter handle for the White House–Barack and Michelle Obama tweeted a picture of themselves posing with immigration reform activists who are on a hunger strike. RT @fast4families President Obama, @FLOTUS & the fasters today: "it's not a matter of if, but of when" #Fast4Families pic.twitter.com/lOQW2VIQVQ — La Casa Blanca (@lacasablanca) November 29, 2013 Interestingly, the person | Read More »
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 »
October Jobs Report Outperforms Estimates
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the October Jobs report, the failed sale of BlackBerry and the amazing Twitter IPO.
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Redefining marriage in New Mexico would hurt equality
In New Mexico the Left is attempting to change the definition of marriage– a sacred vow between one man and one woman. In New Mexico, marriage licenses are written to allow ONE MALE applicant and ONE FEMALE applicant. The forms make it clear. But beginning this fall something changed. One county clerk just decided to order new marriage licenses– going around the law and printing | Read More »
NRSC: Forget about us, the Dems are alone in this
Choice Made: Dems Choose #ObamaCare Over Constituents http://t.co/Au0xpaVpHd — Brook Hougesen (@Brook_H) September 27, 2013 That would be Brooke Hougesen, Press Secretary at the National Republican Senate Committee. So, Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn and all the other Republicans that voted to defeated the filibuster were…? I’m sorry, but if your own candidates voted to allow Reid to pass this with a simple majority, you were just as | Read More »
Get action: A few ideas for those getting started in politics
“Tell us what to do!” The retirement-aged lady seated next to me said shouted as the crowd cheered for Senator Ted Cruz during his speech. She was asking for direction and wondering what she should be doing as the energized Senator spoke. The woman’s words surprised me because I had just spent the last day and a half learning about messaging, online activism, grassroots organizations | Read More »
NM Democrats: Lying about Obamacare?
Will Obamacare really be good for New Mexicans? As a state that has many who struggle to make ends meet and many impoverished it is an important question. The Democratic Party of New Mexico says Obamacare will help people with disabilities. But will it really? Obamacare—Good News for People with Disabilities If you are a person with disabilities and need health care coverage, the Affordable | Read More »
Tech at Night: Bradley Manning only gets 35 years
So, the top story is of course that anti-American anarchist hero Bradley Manning got 35 years. The bad news is with parole he could apparently be out in 10.
The hacker of “Palestine” who broke into Facebook is now getting money raised for him. One wonders if any laws are being broken sending money to someone like that, in a place like that.
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As Erosion of Free Speech Continues 34% Feel First Amendment Guarantees Too Many Rights
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has adopted a new “Free Speech and Campus Civility” policy, which essentially disregards the First Amendment. Though initially the document espouses the benefits of free speech, it abruptly launches into an assault on the First Amendment rights of the FAU community. “What we do insist on, however, is that everyone in the FAU community behave and speak to and about one | Read More »
Tags: civil liberties
, First Amendment
, free speech
, kirk cameron
, Social Media
Social Media: Life after death in cyberspace
While facing the loss of a family member or friend is often devastating, imagine the constant reminder of the dearly departed as they appear through social media on your Facebook Timeline or Google+ Circle, in your Twitter Feed or MySpace Stream, or even at work on your LinkedIn profile. I was reminded in a private message last week that one of the highly respected politicians | Read More »
Tags: barry epstein
, bill lewis
, Social Media
, social network
, the credit report with bill lewis
, william e lewis jr
, william lewis
The Democrats behind Governor Martinez stolen emails: AG King, NM Democrats Chair Bregman and leftist ‘media’
In this post we will dig deeper into email-gate, the story of Governor Martinez’ stolen emails. We will connect the dots and see how the Democrats are behind the stolen emails and have illegally used them to further their goals. * * * Jamie Estrada is facing federal charges for [allegedly] illegally intercepting and disclosing Governor Martinez’ personal emails. Estrada passed along many of the | Read More »
, jamie estrada
, New Mexico
, Santa Fe Reporter
Tech at Night: Catching up after a cold.
Woof. This week I had my worst cold in years, the worst I had since the first CPAC I attended. Boy was that a miserable trip home, let me tell you, sick as a dog, with insufficient Claritin Ds to get me through it. I was lucky the middle seat was empty for me on both flights I had to get home! At least this week I could stay home, and sleep.
I’ve got a ton to cover, and I’m not really at 100% yet, so apologies for making this a bit scattershot tonight. Especially since the victory in Texas distracted me from finishing this promptly! (Edit: It’s also help if I remembered to hit Publish…)
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, Barack Obama
, Edward Snowden
, Jim Inhofe
, Kim Dotcom
, Marsha Blackburn
, Tech at Night