Month: November 2018

Media capitalizing on migrant suffering

In a piece published yesterday by the New York Times, a big contradiction was made about the migrant invasion happening at the U.S.-Mexico border. The first paragraph of the article reads:

A peaceful march by Central American migrants waiting at the southwestern United States border veered out of control on Sunday afternoon, as hundreds of people tried to evade a Mexican police blockade and run toward a giant border crossing that leads into San Diego.

We have so much to be thankful for

This Thanksgiving, we will celebrate together, united as one nation. Some may still have heavy hearts from this past election, and thoughts of an uncertain future. I am not here to attempt to ease the painful effects of peoples’ votes, nor am I here to lament our losses further.

New Mexico Republicans must persist

Although last week’s election was disastrous for our state, let’s take a moment to think of the great things we have as New Mexicans (at least for now). Our state is so beautiful, with majestic vistas, sunsets, wildlife, and people. Throughout our history, we have survived a lot of terrible events and rulers, but we must take courage, as we always have.…

The mob will not win.

The “mob rule” message spawned from the Democrats in Washington has trickled its way from the mouths of Maxine Waters, Cory Booker, and Nancy Pelosi down into our local New Mexico communities. In recent weeks, vandals have taken to defacing Republican political signs, either by ripping them to shreds, slapping racist stickers displaying divisive things like “White Male Republican” on them, cutting out letters or by plowing them down with vehicles.

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