V.23 No.10 |
The Daily Word in New Mexico land, a general's court-martial and ninjas
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Mar 7 2014 8:48 AM ]
CNM's getting a Downtown location, y'all.
Albuquerque is getting a “Living Cities” grant, which will help with Downtown revitalization, low-income residents and community improvement.
President Obama's budget proposal could result in more access to New Mexico public lands.
Three more accusers have come forward against Rusty Glanton, a tumbling coach who was accused of “criminal sexual contact of a minor” in January.
The court-martial is underway for a US general accused of sexually assault.
A transgender woman was told by CrossFit that she couldn't compete in the women's strength competition. Now she's suing them.
Brig. Gen. Peggy C. Combs is the first woman to take command of Fort Knox. Not bad.
An abortion clinic in McAllen, Texas closed its doors yesterday due to new state restrictions. The law is expected to be “fully implemented” in September, which will leave only six clinics in the state of Texas.
Wait … there's actual employment for ninjas? With no experience required? Guess I'm moving to Japan.
V.21 No.47 | 11/22/2012
By Carolyn Carlson
Tax revenues are down, so keep the money circulating in Albuquerque this year by buying gifts from local shops, says Councilor Ken Sanchez.
V.21 No.21 | 5/24/2012
DA Talks Cop Juries
By Carolyn Carlson
District Attorney Kari Brandenburg stopped in to talk to the Council about the investigative grand jury process police officers go through after they shoot someone.
V.21 No.20 | 5/17/2012
Ortiz y Pino
Paul Ryan’s pitch has got some kind of nerve
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Paul Ryan’s pitch has got some kind of nerve.
V.20 No.25 | 6/23/2011
Answer Me This
By Marisa Demarco
What do you know about last week?
V.20 No.18 |
The Daily Word: Enhanced Pat Downs, Neo-Nazis, Burger of the Future
By Tom Nayder [ Wed May 11 2011 9:51 AM ]
APS releases next year's budget, plans on cutting more than 400 jobs.
The man killed by APD yesterday was armed with a plastic kitchen spoon.
President Obama still enjoying the post-bin Laden assassination popularity boost.
Eight-month-old gets an enhanced pat-down at Kansas City airport.
Donald Trump doesn't know what the 13 stripes represent on the American flag.
Interesting visualization of the spread of Osama bin Laden death news thru twitter.
Ten-year-old kills his neo-nazi father.
Because sometimes it's better when your favorite TV show gets cancelled.
History of people who use the internet to convince others to commit suicide.
The truth about Groupon.
Let your kids eat some junk food already!
Man found living on roof of a Georgia Waffle House.
Read all about the Old Man of the Lake.
The most hipster state in the US is …
Are you fat enough for the new Triple Double Oreo?
Bristol Palin had surgery that gave her a new chin, but don't worry, it was for medical reasons.
Saddest mugshot ever.
Social networking cigarettes.
Slow motion video of some dudes playing with a six foot water balloon.
Equisetum is the oldest genus of land plant, over 100 million years old.
Soul Caliber 5 is coming next year.
The validity of the legal advice from Jay-Z's 99 Problems.
New retro-cartoon channel to launch 'soon.'
The burger of the future.
Who watches the Watchponies?
V.20 No.15 |
The Daily Word: Sugar sugar, gas prices, Kobe Bryant
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Apr 14 2011 8:04 AM ]
9 things rich people don't want us to know about taxes.
OK, federal government. What's the plan?
Looks like someone got fat off the financial crisis.
State Supreme Court rules Gov. Martinez overstepped her authority when she ordered two members off the labor board.
The man killed by APD was schizophrenic, says his brother.
Press tries to understand why the mom drove her kids into the Hudson River.
Albuquerque uses its nuisance ordinance to evict people too often, judge says.
Locals find other modes of transport as gas prices spike.
Kobe Bryant ordered to pay $100,000 for uttering a gay slur about a ref.
Is sugar a toxin?
People can't tell the difference between cheap and expensive wines, according to an experiment.
Vice President Biden caught on camera dozing off during Obama's deficit speech.
Oregon House Rickrolls an entire session.
V.20 No.8 |
The Daily Word 03.02.11: Charlie Sheen, Rio Rancho Red Light Cameras, 3-D Porn
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Mar 2 2011 10:45 AM ]
House passes interim budget bill, averts government shutdown for another two weeks.
Red light cameras coming to Rio Rancho.
US arrests 678 gang members across the country yesterday.
Sen. Orrin Hatch: (Obamacare is a) "stupid, dumbass program."
Mike Huckabee: (Obama) "grew up in Kenya with a Kenyan father"
The Ohio senate is calling an unborn child as a witness in an upcoming abortion bill hearing. NOT CREEPY AT ALL!
How will the whole Charlie Sheen thing end?
Rutgers allows men and women to share the same dormroom.
New potatoes are being bred to make better potato chips.
Did you ever hear the story about the lifeboat at the end of the world?
Japanese researchers have created a genetically engineered mouse that tweets like a bird.
Newly discovered dinosaur had the most powerful kick ever.
Japanese Burger King's are selling an egg-topped hamburger.
Watch the hummus commercial where where a grandmother calls her granddaughter a prostitute.
Gallery of the least intimidating pictures of Ice Cube.
Who owns the rights to Betty Boop?
Quinten Tarantino has finished writing his spaghetti Western.
Penthouse announces 3-D porn channel for Europe.
Google goes to war against content farms.
V.20 No.7 | 2/17/2011
Public broadcasting is on the chopping block
By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Feb 15 2011 9:56 AM ]
Republicans in Congress have moved six bills that would ax all money for public media, including NPR, PBS and others. Conservatives have argued that those news outlets lean toward the left.
A letter to the editor from Polly Anderson, general manager of KNME, says the station has been valuable resource for 52 years and that it reaches 650,000 households. “Public Television is the largest provider of preschool education in New Mexico,” she wrote. (Dude. Sesame Street.)
An online campaign, 170millionamericans.org was launched to highlight the importance of public media. Americans each pay about $1.35 per year for public media, according to the site. And every month, 170 million make use of public television stations and radio stations. The site includes suggestions for how you can help. Fill out a message that can be sent to your congresspeople, or call Congress at (202) 224-3121.
V.20 No.4 | 1/27/2011
Guv would ax the state’s Commission on the Status of Women
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Jan 20 2011 12:48 PM ]
The executive budget recommends cutting 100 percent of the New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women’s funding. (What’s fun about the commission’s homepage is that it sports a big picture of Gov. Susana Martinez and congratulates her on becoming the first elected female governor.)
The agency has been around for 37 years and would be dismantled June 30 if the executive branch has its way. But the Legislative Finance Committee is in favor of funding the commission. Nothing has been decided yet.
According to the news release from Chair LaNelle Witt, the department runs on about $600,000 with a staff of seven and costs each taxpayer about 40 cents per year. More than 51 percent of the state’s population is female, she states. The commission offers workshops and training to displaced homemakers, runs a girls program and provides crisis support services, among other things.
Witt suggests sending e-mails and letters to the governor:
Governor Susana Martinez
c/o Cyndi Montoya, Director of Constituent Services
Governor’s Office, Room 400
Santa Fe, NM 87503
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
She also mentions contacting the House Appropriations and Finance Committee to show support:
Rep. Henry Kiki Saavedra (505) 986-4316
Rep. Danice Picraux (505) 986-4438 email@example.com
Rep. Luciano "Lucky" Varela (505) 986-4318
Rep. Ray Begaye (505) 986-4436 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Donald Bratton (505) 986-4227 email@example.com
Rep. Brian Egolf (505) 986-4211 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Joni Marie Gutierrez (505) 986-4234 email@example.com
Rep. Jimmie C. Hall (505) 986-4215 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Rhonda King (505) 986-4438
Rep. Larry Larranaga (505) 986-4215 email@example.com
Rep. Antonio Lujan (505) 986-4436 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Patricia Lundstrom (505) 986-4435 email@example.com
Rep. Nick Salazar (505) 986-4433
Rep. Don Tripp (505) 986-4220 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. Richard Vigil (505) 986-4242 email@example.com
Rep. Jeannette Wallace (505) 986-4452 firstname.lastname@example.org
V.19 No.45 | 11/11/2010
Are across-the-board cuts at UNM slicing too deep for smaller departments?
By Sam Adams [ Tue Nov 9 2010 12:25 PM ]
A group called Graduate Employees Together convened at UNM's Board of Regents meeting this morning. I spoke with Liza, a member of the group's organizing committee, yesterday. Members planned to offer testimony as to why an across-the-board cut of 3.24 percent was unjust, and why a pending 5 percent cut could be even more harmful, Liza said. GET contends that the slashes in funding are greatly harming UNM's smaller programs, such as their esteemed Photo Department. The group would like to know why other financing sources—say, UNM's athletics alumni funds—aren't being tapped.
Those interested in getting involved with GET can contact the organization at unmGET@gmail.com.
V.19 No.21 | 5/27/2010
By Carolyn Carlson
V.19 No.16 | 4/22/2010
Ortiz y Pino
Hunting Elusive Budgetary Fat
By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
V.19 No.10 | 3/11/2010
Think New Mexico: Fight the Food Tax!
By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Mar 5 2010 3:03 PM ]
The Legislature approved $230 million in tax increases. Among them: A partial food tax. The bill has been sent to Gov. Bill Richardson for signature. Think New Mexico is asking people to tell the guv to veto the food tax portion of the measure.
Please join us by e-mailing Governor Richardson or calling his office at (505) 476-2200 and asking him to veto the food tax. Remind him that there are far more sensible alternatives to addressing the budget deficit than reimposing the food tax. If he does not veto it, New Mexico families living paycheck to paycheck will again begin paying tax on their groceries starting July 1, 2010.
V.19 No.8 | 2/25/2010
The Real Roundhouse
A firsthand look at the 2010 legislative session
By Marisa Demarco
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