As MLG spends NM’s oil revs, new task forces formed to tax citizens more

On Friday, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced the formation of two new task forces focusing on New Mexico’s tax code. According to her news release, the newly-created bureaucratic committees “will analyze aspects of the state tax code, reporting their findings to the governor.” 

“These committees will study reform measures thoroughly and help us make sure we get it right,” said the Governor, after she already looks “raise an estimated $70 million in additional state revenue,” through taxing New Mexicans, while branding the measure as creating equality in the tax code.…

Haaland proposes bill subsidizing criminal aliens’ abortions

On Tuesday, freshman Reps. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), and Deb Haaland (D-NM) reintroduced the “Health Equity and Access under the Law for Immigrant Women and Families Act” or “HEAL Act,” proposing sweeping regulations to “greatly expand immigrants’ eligibility for health insurance coverage and access to care, including sexual and reproductive health services,” meaning abortion access.…

Luján claims ‘economy not working for the American people’ despite record job numbers

On Friday, in an apparent attempt at hitting against President Trump, Democrat Rep. Ben Ray Luján took to Twitter to announce his partnership with socialist Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren to sponsor the “Accountable Capitalism Act,” which has been described by business experts as a “socialist takeover of American business.”

In Lujan’s tweet, he claimed, “the economy is not working for the American people.…

Heinrich’s ‘decarbonization’ plan could include genetically modified cows

On Thursday, “Alibi” posted an interview featuring Sen. Martin Heinrich and his views on the “Green New Deal.” 

Although Heinrich previously didn’t vote for the Green New Deal when he had the opportunity in March, he has recently come out in support of the extreme left-wing Green New Deal, which the Washington Post refutes as actual legislation, and rather just a “statement of broad principle” and a “sweeping manifesto.”

Despite the bill’s sponsor, Rep.…