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New Mexico State Rep. Christine Chandler

(Pictured left) & Ramona Goolsby | Facebook | Provided Photo By New Mexico Sun Report Feb 17, 2024 During its public hearings on gun-related bills, the New Mexico House Judiciary Committee faced criticism over alleged participation restrictions last month.   If passed, House Bill 27 would allow law enforcement to petition for red flag orders without credible information from reporting parties … Read More

Rail to Trail: Hope, family fun. Reality, another homeless defecation area

By Mick Rich Jan 12, 2024 From the City of Albuquerque website, Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency/Rail Trail /Design, “Antoine Predock & Associates, in partnership with Pland Collaborative and Wilson & Company, are spearheading the design of the Albuquerque Rail Trail. This team will create a modern and artistic pathway that reflects the culture and history of the land of enchantment. It will … Read More

OPINION: Patients of a Lesser God or Victims of an Unjust Bureaucracy?

Yoli has provided financial assistance to local cancer patients in treatment since 2013 through the nonprofit organization she founded, CARE. By Yolanda “Yoli” R. Diaz Dec 20, 2023 Did you know that if you are a Doña Ana County (DAC) resident without health insurance coverage, and are diagnosed with cancer, you will be denied an appointment and ultimately denied life-saving cancer … Read More

Truth Required

Tom Vaillancourt | Provided Photo By Tom Vaillancourt This is the time of year when all of the newspaper columnists, TV news anchors, talking heads on TV and radio, etc., wish all of us Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, etc. I have a request of all of them, just tell us the truth throughout the year!  For those of … Read More

IN-DEPTH: ‘We Had to Take Action:’ New Mexico Referendum Project Aims to Rescind Six Progressive Laws Using Rights Granted in State Constitution

Matt McGregor: Author (Reporter) ‘People didn’t realize what happened in state government,’ she said. ‘They don’t understand the impact of these laws on children in school.’ A grassroots movement is challenging six laws passed in the New Mexico state legislature that its organizers say threaten their communities, infringe upon parental rights, and compromise the election process. “People are starting to realize … Read More

Address the problem, not the symptom

By Ramona Goolsby Jul 14, 2023 There is a growing awareness of truth that is beginning to rise in New Mexico. With the passage of HB 7, SB 13, & SB 397 people are beginning to see there is an agenda at play with the very soul of humanity in the balance. Since when is it okay for people to ignore … Read More