V.23 No.4 |
The Daily Word in the Keystone XL pipeline, the Mac's birthday and catching a Goodfella
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 24 2014 10:10 AM ]
Wow, the Mac is 30?
According to FBI, Vinny Asaro has been caught in connection with the Lufthansa heist.
The debate heats up over whether to end the life of a pregnant woman in Texas who has been declared brain dead.
Could the Keystone XL pipeline bring on a new frontier in our nation's environmental politics?
Synthia Varela-Casaus pleads not guilty after being accused of kicking her 9-year-old son to death.
A former employee of Redflex, a company that manufactures red light cameras, says they paid hefty bribes to score deals in several cities in the US, including cities in New Mexico.
This flu season sees more hospitalization rates than usual.
A man in Florida has been arrested after trying to perform an exorcism on his “demon” son and then violently resisting arrest.
V.22 No.44 |
The Daily Word in the YouTube Music Awards, Cibola protesters and a birthday party gone wrong
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Nov 4 2013 10:30 AM ]
In cased you missed the first YouTube Music Awards, here's a little recap.
A New York University student is in recovery after he was rescued from being wedged between two buildings.
LA Police say they missed the LAX shooter by minutes.
Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nevada) supports LGBT job protection bill.
SAC comes clean.
A “gang” infiltrated a northeast Albuquerque birthday party on Friday night.
Closing arguments for the sentencing phase of the John McCluskey murder trial are set to happen today.
Protestors say no to military training in the Cibola National Forest.
The Street Sweep Master is here!
V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in robots, French boob jobs and magic eye
By Marisa Brown-Marrich [ Fri Dec 23 2011 11:27 AM ]
Congress approves payroll tax cut.
Weather closes most N.M. highways.
APD hired officer with an "excessive force" past, according to lawsuit.
Gay robot opposes Bachmann.
Hypnotic folk dance indeed.
The hideous actors behind the hideous masks.
Medical magical mushrooms in the realm of enchantment.
Happy Hanukkah! Save a little money on the electric bill, why don’t you?
Space ball falls from sky in Namibia.
Perhaps that’s why everyone is mysteriously nodding off in Africa?
Kim Jong Il is mourned to death.
France recommends that 30,000 women have their breast implants removed.
Mmmm .. Italian Red Meat Flavor.
Occupy. Now what?
Pollacks continue to do everything backward by using drone planes to spy on police at protests.
Five ways to eat baby Jesus.
A very Terry Gilliam Christmas.
V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
By Marisa Demarco
A review of the Occupy movement’s happenings in Albuquerque and nationwide
V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011
U.S. Boat to Gaza
Freedom Flotilla II
New Mexico activists join 22-country protest fleet
By Elise Kaplan
The accounts of the U.S. boat to Gaza read like a Bond movie. There are nefarious bureaucratic restrictions from foreign governments, boat chases on the Mediterranean Sea, hunger strikes and Greek jails. Among 37 U.S. activists were Ken Mayers and Linda Durham from Santa Fe.
V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
From the Foxhole
Having It Both Ways
By Alex E. Limkin
We go before the world and prosecute a peremptory war on terrorism, daring our neighbors to find fault with our actions in Iraq and Afghanistan. And yet we stand idly by while the Khalifa in Bahrain, our political friend, terrorizes its people with bullets supplied by our own arsenals. It is terrorism when a government beats and shoots its own people, scatters them in bloody shrieking masses through the city streets with volleys of gunfire. They have merely asserted what all free people assume as a right—the right to free assembly. How does this terrorism not incite our fury?
V.20 No.7 |
Score one for the anti-Bush protesters
By Marisa Demarco [ Wed Feb 23 2011 11:49 AM ]
Do you remember this story? Back in the day, 2007, President Bush came to Albuquerque. Protesters for peace had to wave their signs out of view of the motorcade, while supporters were allowed front-row seats. Scenarios like this cropped up time and again around the country during Bush's presidency. FOX reported on it in 2003.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department and others for shuffling the anti-Bush and anti-war demonstrators off to the side. The defendants asked that the suit be thrown out. But today, a District Court judge ruled that it should move forward, and it will likely go before a jury.
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