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.

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.

Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination

People sat on the edge of their seats throughout the Democratic National Convention starting Monday to hear Hillary’s grand acceptance speech, but it seemed underwhelming. Clinton sounded like she always does on the campaign trail. She talked down on Donald Trump as usual and repeatedly used her “woman card” to fire up the crowd.…

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.…

Wasserman Schultz Booed Off the Stage by Her Own Delegation

PHILADELPHIA – This morning, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was welcomed with a sea of boos from her home state at her first public appearance since the email scandal with Wikileaks Broke. In the crowd, there were people holding signs saying “emails” and enraged Bernie Sanders voters.…

DNC Begins Today… Already Facing Criticism

PHILADELPHIA – The Democratic National Convention begins today, and it is unknown what will happen, since the recent email scandal with Debbie Wasserman Schultz. It seems the Democratic party has been saddled with email scandals, but they will do their best to negate the latest news and make clear their platforms.…