A reasonable person listens to a District Court judge when he issues an order from the bench. Once you’ve been dragged through depositions, examinations, records searches and arguments, the judge has the final say.
This is not a column about bringing back the “good old days.” There was no air conditioning, roads were small and poorly maintained (OK that still is true) and television was black and white with four channels.
This letter is long overdue. In December I received a card from Rio Arriba County Commissioner James Martinez. On the card he claims the County has made progress in completing multiple projects, such as County facilities, park upgrades and he projects more projects are in the planning st…
Think New Mexico and the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government scored a huge win for the taxpaying public last week with the passage of House Bill 55. The bill makes public all capital outlay spending that flows like the Amazon River from the Roundhouse.
It’s been almost a year since various and sundry far left groups went to war with statues all over the country. Anyone counting statues, plaques, memorials and obelisks would probably say we’ve all fought to a draw.