The verdict continues to come in on socialism and its effect on the world economy as the United Kingdom reports on its shrinking gross domestic product. Further evidence that redistribution of wealth and taking the “fair share” always destroys wealth. The official figures were the fourth quarter of negative growth in the last five and [...]
The House resolved Washington’s most immediate fiscal problem by passing a short-term extension of federal borrowing authority. The Senate is expected to follow suit in coming days, which would set aside for now the potentially explosive question of whether the U.S. government might be unable to borrow money to pay its bills. But House Budget [...]
A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that President Barack Obama violated the Constitution when he bypassed the Senate to fill vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board. The three-judge panel said that as a result, the labor-relations board has lacked the quorum it needs to conduct much of its business. But the ruling has [...]
Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday that he views the administration’s efforts to reduce firearms violence as gun safety – not gun control. The vice president fielded questions online in a Google+ Hangout, saying the proposals that he and President Barack Obama have laid out won’t end gun crime, but they still could make a [...]
by El Defensor Chieftain writer Laura London Priscilliano “Shorty” Vaiza, chief deputy at the Socorro County Sheriff’s Department, is chief deputy no more. Vaiza’s last day as chief deputy was Dec. 31, 2012, and now he is retired after 27 years serving local law enforcement. Vaiza started his law enforcement career in 1985 as a [...]
by Mountain Mail reporter John Larson Jan Thomas, local writer of books for children, is excited about her latest book “Let’s Sing a Lullaby With the Brave Cowboy,” getting a multi-media treatment with music and narration by Mariam Funke and Doug Figgs. The book was released in September by Beach Lane Books, and is [...]
(Albuquerque, NM) – The state Supreme Court overruled a decision by Albuquerque District Judge Nan Nash and ruled the minimum wage issue will be on the general election ballot. Judge Nash said the proposal was invalid and would not be decided by voters. Her ruling was appealed to the Supreme Court. KOB News reports supporters [...]
As President Obama announced that his administration would no longer enforce our nations immigration laws, Daily Caller reporter Neil Munro interrupted the president with a question. The Obama administration announced Friday it will stop deporting illegal immigrants who come to the country at a young age. The politically charged decision comes as Obama faces a [...]
Washington state’s law allowing gay marriage has been blocked from taking effect as opponents filed more than 200,000 signatures seeking a public vote on the issue. Preserve Marriage Washington turned in the signatures on Wednesday, a day before the state was to begin allowing same-sex marriages. “The current definition of marriage works and has worked,” [...]
MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker won a recall challenge Tuesday, winning both the right to finish his term and a voter endorsement of his strategy to curb state spending, which included the explosive measure that eliminated union rights for most public workers. The rising Republican star becomes the first governor in U.S. history [...]
Paul serves as pastor of First Baptist Church of Magdalena, NM, where he has lived for the last few years.
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