Phase 1 of New Mexico’s ‘Green New Steal’ Initiated

This week, unhinged Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham put her final stamp of approval on Senate Bill 489, a measure, which aims to annihilate the oil & gas industry from existence in New Mexico by 2045. The move marks phase one of the state’s “Green New Steal.”

The move, which the supporters of the bill are referencing as “first state law of its kind in the nation,” seem blind to the economic ramifications of destroying our state’s most prosperous industry.…

New Mexico’s Green New Steal

As the legislative session comes to a close in a few weeks, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, Land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard, and Congresswoman Deb Haaland have something up their sleeve: total annihilation of New Mexico’s Oil & Gas industry.

Last November, instead of voting for people who actually have experience in energy, such as former Land Commissioner Patrick Lyons and oil-business owning Congressman Stevan Pearce, the voters of New Mexico instead thought it would be a good idea to put a failed educator in the Land Office as its commissioner and a know anti-fracker in the Governor’s Mansion as our state’s commander in chief.…

New Mexicans Aren’t Good Enough for Michelle

I’d hate to say, “I told you so,” about the Lujan Grisham Administration, since I earnestly want our state to grow, prosper, and move forward with any governor in office, but it seems the predictions I made two days after the November election are already coming true, and it’s going to damage our state for decades.…

Chairman Pearce: a man of greatness

Congressman-turned New Mexico GOP Chairman Steve Pearce won a vote of 276: 101 at today’s state central committee to lead the Republican Party in the state. In recent weeks, Pearce faced opposition by many in his opponent John Rockwell’s camp, with calls for “fresh blood” in the New Mexico party, and other such rhetoric.

The Bloody Conquest of History

As violent protesters ravage Confederate statues across the American South, little attention seems to fall on the Spanish people of Santa Fe, New Mexico, whose rich 325-year history hangs in the balance.

220 years before its statehood in 1912, New Mexico was conquered and governed by Don Diego De Vargas, a devout Spanish conquistador who reclaimed the territory in a mostly bloodless resistance.

DNC – Actors Paid as Sit-Ins, Noise Machines

As the Democratic convention has been wrapping up, the scandals have been escalating. Outside the conference stadium, protesters have been up in arms, disturbing the peace. One would think all these protestors outside of a Democratic National Convention would be Trump supporters, but it is quite the contrary.…

DWS Resigns, Brown’s Mom to Speak at DNC, Malik Obama Endorses Donald Trump

This week, it was announced that Michael Brown, the young man who mauled a cop and tried to steal his gun in August of 2014’s mother will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention this next week. The news of the race-baiting woman, who is an avid proponent of the hate group, Black Lives Matter has yet to break as a major story in the corporate media, except for Pastor Burns’ interview on Fox News after his RNC speech mentioning it.…

Democratic Primary Rigged – Wikileaks

A recent leak from Wikileaks shows the staggering revelation that the Democratic National Committee has been plotting against the Sanders campaign the entire election season, guaranteeing Clinton the nomination. This primary season has had many allegations of foul play in the Democratic primaries against Sanders and now there is concrete evidence in his favor.…

Clinton’s VP is Just as Expected

Hillary Clinton this evening chose Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia as her running mate. In desperation to call out to millennial voters, she sent out her announcement via text message, in competition with Trump’s mad Twitter skills. Touting in an interview with the New York Times, Clinton said she would “[avoid] taking a chance with a less experienced vice-presidential candidate and felt no political need to push the historic nature of her candidacy by adding another woman or a minority to the ticket.” She has said more insulting statements that offend women, such as her campaign slogan “I’m with her,” but her bland choice was no surprise for the woman who is addicted to her beloved establishment rhetoric and bore.…