Category Archives: economy

Another blow to globalism as climate change schemers can’t convince Trump


Image from Zerohedge.com Zero Hedge reports that Angela Merkel is furious with President Trump after his refusal during last week’s G7 summit to commit to the Paris Agreement. The Chancellor can no longer count on a united front given Brexit … Continue reading

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Sandoval County Focuses on Economic Development


With an arguably recovering economic engine still reeling from events in 2008, Sandoval County is unveiling a new collaborative effort to locate, retain, and expand business throughout the county and in Central New Mexico. The full story is found in … Continue reading

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More Work Needed to Harness Southwest’s Energy Potential


The Santa Fe New Mexican informs us that two top federal officials, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, were in Santa Fe today as part of a meeting focusing on the Obama Administration’s efforts for gathering recommendations … Continue reading

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“Obamaville”


      The tiny house movement is booming in the Obama-economy. See more in The Daily Mail.

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Economic Growth, Housing Rebound? Foreclosures Fall


The Albuquerque Journal reports today that foreclosures across the Albuquerque Metro area are at a five year low.

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Cash Crunch


Santa Fe Community College is facing a $5 million budget shortfall, prompting discussion of pay cuts and job cuts in order to balance the books. See the full details at the Albuquerque Journal.

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Conservative or Liberal Geography?


The Economist published a truly interesting chart showcasing the political leanings of the nation’s cities of populations with 250,000 people or more.The chart ranks cities from the most conservative (top) to the most liberal (bottom). Many of the cities listed … Continue reading

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