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Democrat candidate: “Awesome” illegal campaigning
Politics

Democrat candidate: “Awesome” illegal campaigning

Last week Democrat candidate for state Representative Harrison Todacheene posted some pictures of teams out canvassing for him.  Nothing wrong with that, right? A big “oops”? Usually there’s not a problem with volunteers canvassing, but in this case the volunteers were declared by Harrison Todacheene’s own campaign (on his Facebook page) to be ROTC and … Continue reading

This judge who ruled against religious freedom is up for retention!
New Mexico / Politics

This judge who ruled against religious freedom is up for retention!

Most of us in the conservative and Christian political spheres waited expectantly for the ruling in the Elane Photography v. Willock case; a case regarding a Christian photographer who declined to photograph a same sex commitment ceremony on religious grounds nearly ten years ago. We were disappointed when the ruling was handed down by the … Continue reading

Radical endorsements for Democrats show us they’re desperate!
New Mexico / Politics

Radical endorsements for Democrats show us they’re desperate!

“A Real Environmentalist Whacko” The Left is desperate, they’re calling in the radical “big guns” to endorse their candidates!  Look at these recent emails sent out by the candidates that Allen Weh and Aubrey Dunn are opposing: I cannot tell you how devastating it would be for New Mexico if Aubrey Dunn is elected as … Continue reading

On Tim Keller for Auditor: We know a duck when we see one
Politics

On Tim Keller for Auditor: We know a duck when we see one

Uncredited guest blogpost (followup to Thursday blogpost): Tim Keller’s ethics, character and actions have long been a concern to many in New Mexico except perhaps for the most progressive sycophants of the democratic party. Sadly, non-profit coordination has increasingly become a part of the New Mexico political scene. It first became an issue in 2008 … Continue reading

What does a Dem congressman, a card dealer and a child porn fan have in common?
New Mexico

What does a Dem congressman, a card dealer and a child porn fan have in common?

This week the congressional district 3 race, which is generally quiet got some attention when the challenger Jeff Byrd walked out of a debate where questions were screened and “censored” by the Santa Fe League of Women Voters. Before walking out, Mr. Byrd, a rancher from northeastern New Mexico, read a letter and explained on … Continue reading