If we, as a nation, are going to allow the execution of convicted murderers, rapists and traitors can’t we get our act together about how to take their lives?
PARK CITY, Utah – On March 21, 1915, a motion picture was screened for the first time inside the White House.
WASHINGTON – Amid the ritual expressions of regret and the pledges of “never again” on Tuesday’s 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a bitter irony was noted: Anti-Semitism has returned to Europe.
If employees show up to work drunk or high, then get hurt or worse, should they or their survivors still get 90 percent of the workers’ compensation benefits to which they normally would be entitled?
New Mexico’s telecommunications legislation was passed in 1985, before a device connected to the Internet was as common as a stove in people’s homes, before a cellphone was as essential to daily life as a driver’s license.
I am dismayed by the recent calls for mandatory photo voter ID laws in the halls of the New Mexico state Capitol.
Closer look might pinpoint problem
This session, New Mexico’s Legislature and governor have another opportunity to move New Mexico’s economy forward.
CHICAGO – There are many excellent reasons to agree that President Obama’s proposal to allow employees to earn up to seven days of paid sick leave a year is a good idea.
Israel is the only liberal democracy in the Middle East and North Africa.
For years, one-third of the city of Albuquerque’s workforce has had its paychecks held hostage by contract wrangling between their union and the city – even as fellow city unions struck smart compromises that benefit both employees and the public that pays their salaries.
Albuquerque Public Schools Board of Education President Analee Maestas has shown restraint, professionalism, leadership and accountability in dealing with a difficult issue.