Irony can be fun. This article (actually a letter to the editor) from the Washington Post caught my eye. The reader discusses the sorry state of the memorial, which is located near the National Mall in Washington. According to the letter-writer: Many of the light fixtures that are crucial to enjoying, or even navigating, the […]
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According to the Albuquerque Journal this morning, the City of Albuquerque faces a $24 million deficit this year. First and foremost, thank you Mayor Marty for leaving the incoming Mayor and the taxpayers of Albuquerque such a nice lump of coal in our (early) Christmas stockings. Unfortunately, there are no easy ways to solve a […]
Yesterday, the Albuquerque Journal editorialized about the very real possibility that, due to the fact that the federal government has refused to extend the requirement that states align themselves with the 2005 REAL ID law, residents of New Mexico will be required to carry a passport in order to get on an airplane. Of course, […]
Ever been frustrated because it seemed like party insiders had already chosen their candidate before you ever get to weigh in? Would you like to meet and compare the candidates for New Mexico’s highest office in a casual, low-key forum? If you are interested in finding out more about the people who are vying to […]
I’ll be discussing our recently-released local tax burden study with a particular focus on tax lightning and property tax burdens. Airtimes include: Tuesday, Dec 1st at 1:30am Thursday, Dec 3rd at 1:30am Friday, Dec 4th at 11:00am Saturday, Dec 5th at 1:30am The segment will last about 15 minutes if you choose to record the […]
After a week off visiting RGF co-founder and former president Harry Messenheimer in Hawaii (The Big Island) I’m back in the blogosphere. I know, someone has to do it! Having just flown to Hawaii and back, the opinion piece in today’s Albuquerque Journal from my friend Marita Noon at the Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy […]
In case you missed it, New Mexico should take a cue from Louisiana of all places.
The headline is pretty self-explanatory, so here is the article. If you have been living under a rock and don’t know about Obama’s phantom Congressional districts and our role in exposing them, check out the story here. If you want to support and continue these efforts, click here.