An Eye for an Eye


In a disturbing turn of events, a 30 year old Ferguson, MO resident justified the looting and burning down of a gas station as an acceptable response to the police shooting of a black teenager this weekend. Riots and civil disturbances continue to ensue. See the whole story at Infowars.

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Obama, Hillary: No Love Lost


President Obama had some harsh words today for Hillary Clinton and other lawmakers who have repeatedly urged the president to arm Syrian rebels. Mr. Obama today called Mrs. Clinton’s comments suggesting he arm Syrian rebels “horse sh*t.” ‘Nuff said, see the full story here.

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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 the Rio Rancho Observer.

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Time to Catch the Big One


New Mexico fishing report courtesy of the Portales News-Tribune.

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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 for developing, storing, and transmitting energy. See the full story in the Santa Fe New Mexican.

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Contract Talks Come To A Standstill


Nurses and techs at Christus Saint Vincent Regional Medical Center took to the picket line today at the corner of Saint Michaels and Hospital Drive as talks on an ongoing contract dispute came to a halt. See the full story in the Santa Fe New Mexican.

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Rough Landing…


Riders and bulls compete in the Buck’n Bull Bash in Farmington. See the whole story in the Daily Times.

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