After years of being tarred by scandals leading to prison terms, dodgy investments and lack of follow-through, the State Treasurer’s Office has found firmer footing under the leadership of now-term-limited James Lewis.
Ray Powell has been a good steward of New Mexico’s public trust lands during the years he has served as Commissioner of Public Lands.
Teens sext. Does that mean they need sext ed?
Houston recently passed an ordinance through its city council that has sparked quite a bit of controversy amongst conservative evangelicals.
As I write this column, two health care workers in Dallas have come down with Ebola after treating Thomas Eric Duncan, who traveled from West Africa and died from the disease.
Well, we are in the middle of another voting season, with all the negative campaign ads on TV.
Though the long-troubled Public Regulation Commission has three positions open for election, only one of them – District 5, which covers southwest New Mexico – offers voters a choice of candidates.
I REALLY LOVE strong women.
WE READ JOLINE Gutierrez Krueger’s UpFront column last week, about the sorry tale of the dead cow in the middle of the Rio Grande north of Corrales.
ACCORDING TO Saturdays UpFront column, the dead cow was removed from the Rio Grande by a rope “that was then attached to a wench on a fire truck.”
ELECTION 2014 …
THANK GOD the “Great Liars Contest” will be over after Nov. 4. The only drawback is we have to live …