V.25 No.4 | 01/28/2016
The Daily Word in Courts, Capital and Corruption
Cars, cops and cannabis, too
By Peter Karlsen [ Sat Jan 30 2016 4:27 PM ]
New Mexico courts get a case management tune-up.
There's a push to change New Mexico's capital outlay funding system to a merit based model.
The change of venue motion in the Boyd case has been denied.
UNM researchers released a report saying that business are afraid to come to New Mexico because they perceive the government as being corrupt.
Albuquerque based Research & Polling found that the majority of residents support legalizing recreational use of marijuana for adults over 21.
V.24 No.26 | 6/25/2015
Flash in the Pan
Big Food’s Big Cover-up
New report alleges that nutrition scientists are on the take
By Ari LeVaux
Should nutrition scientists be on the take from the very companies they are supposed to monitor?
V.24 No.23 | 6/4/2015
The Daily Word in Kim Kardashian and an ice cream named Hitler
By Constance Moss [ Mon Jun 1 2015 11:18 AM ]
There’s a brand of ice cream named Hitler.
This bridge in Paris is being set free.
Illuminating your neurons can retrieve lost memories.
During a concert in TJ over the weekend, Enrique Iglesias foolishly underestimated the power of a drone.
An ex-FIFA official cited an article in The Onion as part of his defense strategy.
A man obsessed with Mila Kunis has escaped a mental facility.
V.23 No.33 |
The Daily Word in it's probably not ebola
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Aug 20 2014 1:45 PM ]
Members of ISIS apparently decapitated a journalist.
Criminally inclined youth may have underdeveloped brains.
Rick Perry felt kind of sorry for himself after being formally indicted on Federal corruption charges, so he bought himself an ice cream cone.
A 100 year old woman thinks we should be having more sex.
A UNM women's soccer game has been canceled after team members complained about being forced to strip naked and then being sprayed with urine.
And that lady who was being tested for ebola at UNMH probably doesn't have ebola.
V.22 No.13 |
The Daily Word in Betty Page, valley fever, Bangladesh and Glorp!
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Apr 2 2013 8:59 AM ]
Do you have Valley Fever?
This little boy lost his ear on Easter.
The public meeting about the proposed Rio Grande and Candelaria roundabout was very long and inconclusive.
Don't forget about the treasure buried in the Sangre de Cristos.
Increasingly, it appears North Korea is serious.
Paul Rose, infamous member of the Quebec separatist group the F.L.Q, died last month.
35 Atlanta area teachers and administrators are turning themselves in to police this morning.
Upcoming auction of Betty Page photos gives us an excuse to look at Betty Page photos.
This article about the current war crimes tribunals in Bangladesh has a great timeline of the country's tragic history.
Your life isn't complete until you have watched the world's worst Pink Floyd cover.
A tragedy of amazing proportions befell this flea circus.
On this day in 1947, Author Camille Paglia was born.
V.21 No.40 |
The Daily Word in stealing debates, stealing space shuttles, stealing weed, and recovering stolen maple syrup
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Oct 6 2012 6:30 PM ]
Now we have a plan for stealing one of the Space Shuttles.
Al Qaeda strategy involves lighting forest fires.
Grandmother protects her weed crop by confronting thieves with bear-spray.
People think you have to know someone in order to get a local government job, and they're right.
People think it's conceited for Taos officials to name public buildings after themselves, and they're right.
"I pooped the question. She said yes."
Police are following up on leads as some of Canada's stolen strategic maple syrup reserve surfaces.
Watch (and cry) as these former lab-chimps go outside for the first time.
In Florida, it is against the law to annoy a manatee.
On this day in 2000, Slobodan Milosovic resigned.
V.15 No.38 | 9/21/2006
The Real Side
The Belly of the Beast
Live, from the Robert Vigil corruption trial
By Jim Scarantino
I’m sitting in on the Robert Vigil trial. In a room full of blue suits and starched collars, the image that comes to mind is the glow of a colonoscopy monitor. Watching the tracks of dirty money in the guts of a corrupt state government isn’t much different from watching a barium enema work its way through the tail end of the human digestive system.
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