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V.23 No.38 |

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The Daily Word in airstrike plans, Alison Krauss' imposter and a hearse parade

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Sep 19 2014 9:43 AM ]
The Daily Word

The White House kicks off it's “It's On Us” campaign to address sexual assault on campuses.

The American Freedom Defence Initiative has placed anti-Islamic ads on a hundred NYC buses and two subway entrances this week.

Deputies in North Florida are baffled after 51-year-old Donald Spirit killed seven of his family members, then turned the gun on himself.

Alabama District Court Judge Mark E. Fuller is being pressured to resign after being accused of assaulting his wife.

After Congress gave the “OK” for a plan to arm and train Syrian rebels, the Pentagon is waiting for President Obama to approve their airstrike list.

A New Mexican woman is in trouble for violating probation after impersonating bluegrass star Alison Krauss and conning an elderly man in Arkansas out of his life savings, his house and his cars.

After two New Mexico counties went to the Supreme Court to put two nonbinding questions about marijuana and taxes on the November election ballads, Secretary of State Dianna Duran went to the federal court to intervene. But they said they won't referee this issue.

Jesus Arredondo Soto has been convicted of killing a woman and her 1-year-old son in 2010. He faces up to two life sentences, plus more than 70 years in prison.

According to a statewide ABQ Journal poll, 50 percent of New Mexico voters opposed marijuana legalization, while 44 percent were in favor.

You ever see a parade of hearses? No? Head to Michigan this weekend.

V.23 No.38 | 9/18/2014
Probably not pot brownies. But they *could* be!

Food for Thought

Goode (Pot) Cookery

The basics of edible marijuana munchies

By Eric Castillo
Eric Castillo looks beyond the pot brownie.
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V.23 No.33 |

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The Daily Word in hazing, harrassment and hitchhiking

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Aug 19 2014 2:18 PM ]
The Daily Word

The UNM women's soccer team is suspected of some weird hazing rituals.

Albuquerque voters will have the opportunity to "Legalize It".

Six New Mexican hospitals had personal patient information stolen in a huge data breach affecting 4 million patients.

A woman in Northern New Mexico snitched on an alleged coke dealer.

Ice bucket challenge fails.

Read about the EU's "right to be forgotten" law and how it affects journalism.

More violence in Ferguson, MO last night, now involving guns.

Uganda criminalized the transmission of HIV. Just like many States.

Skateboarder Jay Adams died.

A robot is hitchhiking across Canada.

V.23 No.22 | 5/29/2014
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Letters

Wherein the readers write about legalizing/decriminalizing marijuana and bringing equity to the primaries.
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V.23 No.10 |

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The Daily Word in Flight 370, Flight 370 and more Flight 370

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 11 2014 10:57 AM ]
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Rio Rancho High School newspaper offends "white girls".

New Mexico town of Bloomfield being sued over Ten Commandments monument.

Workers are preparing to go into the WIPP site and they are being very careful.

Colorado pulled down 2 million dollars in tax revenue from weed sales in January. Missouri likes the sound of that.

It's official: "Frozen" is gay.

Some alternative explanations for the disappearance of Flight 370.

Flight 370 may have changed course and remained in flight for an hour after "disappearing".

The two mystery men aboard Flight 370 were Iranian asylum seekers.

Fracking in Ohio caused a couple earthquakes.

Current Jeopardy! prodigy Arthur Chu has an unusual strategy that is pissing people off.

1969 TV show seems like a precursor to Lost. The pilot was written by Rod Serling.

Ballsy (and possibly hilarious) criminal defense attorney commercial.

President Obama was on Between Two Ferns.

Garfield without the thought bubbles.

Photo-bombing ass cracks at a Magic: The Gathering tournament.

Meat across America.

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V.23 No.1 |

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The Daily Word in New Mexico pot, Aiken for Congress and brutal punishment

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 3 2014 10:18 AM ]
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A stranded research vessel in Antarctica makes people question whether it's safe for tourists to venture to the icy continent.

A report says that Jang Song Thaek of North Korea (and five of his associates) were fed to starving dogs.

The Justice Department disagrees with Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's contraception opposition for religious-based organizations in regards to the Affordable Care Act.

Remember Clay Aiken? Me neither. But apparently he wants to run for Congress.

A man was struck and killed by a vehicle this morning while trying to cross Montgomery Boulevard.

Move over Colorado. New Mexico may be next.

APD says that 9-year-old Omaree Varela (who was killed by his mother) had reported being abused to school officials a year before his death.

While same-sex marriage is now legal in New Mexico, it's still considered unlawful in Navajo Nation.

Naughty America wants your unused gift cards!

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V.22 No.18 |

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The Daily Word in the incredible story of the Cleveland hostages, pink dolphins and hairy visors

By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 7 2013 8:19 AM ]
The Daily Word

Reported cases of HIV infection are on the increase on the Navajo Reservation.

Colorado pot legalization involves some new taxes that may not have the support of pro-marijuana groups.

KOAT reports a rash of bike thefts downtown.

Are some of our contemporary English words identical to words from a 15,000 year old "proto-Eurasiatic" Ice Age language?

Kidnapped in Cleveland, hostages for ten years and an instant-classic TV interview.

The United States finally came out and accused China of cyber-espionage.

The pink dolphins of Hong Kong are dying.

I bet Bill Richardson could get Led Zeppelin back together.

The ABBA museum in Stockholm is now open!

This article explains the origins the conservative Islamist movement in Bangladesh.

There's only enough room in this world for one manufacturer of "visors with simulated hair," AKA hairy-hats.

On this day in 1980, Yugoslavian dictator Josip Tito was buried.

V.21 No.33 | 8/16/2012

Occupy the Alibi

La Lucha, Unida

Mexican peace movement crosses the border

By Andrew Beale
The Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity traveled from the top to the bottom of Mexico in a "caravan of consolation" to demand an end to the drug war and the violence it entails. On Saturday, Aug. 18, it comes to Albuquerque.
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