V.22 No.41 |
The Daily Word in GOP demands, more NSA revelations, and a free tour of Old Main
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 15 2013 8:22 AM ]
Survivors of the 1980 Penitentiary of New Mexico prison riot are offered a free tour of Old Main by the Department of Corrections.
The zoo wants you to name their baby elephant.
A rabbit stolen at a the southern New Mexico Fair was returned to its young owner.
The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government considered awarding Susana Martinez for "doing the right thing."
Eating bacon lowers a man's sperm count.
Switzerland appears on the brink of instituting a "universal basic income."
Mike D. makes wallpaper.
The NSA is collecting our electronic address books.
Here are the details of GOP demands that would end the government shutdown.
V.22 No.40 |
The Daily Word in the Albuquerque mayoral election, copper mining, a negative assesment of NSA data-collecting and the Devil and Antonin Scalia
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 8 2013 11:08 AM ]
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions is overwhelmed by claims from workers furloughed during the government shutdown.
A bunch of truckers are planning to congest DC beltway traffic on Friday in protest of the government shutdown.
The one nay-saying member of a panel charged with passing weaker regulations for copper mining has stepped down, which is a victory for Susana Martinez.
A redesigned U.S. $100.00 bill goes into circulation today.
It is 300 years after the Age of Reason and an American Supreme Court Justice believes the Devil exists.
Ohio is considering banning "gay conversion therapy."
The Tesla electric car is big in Norway.
The 2013 Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded today.
The Daily Word in Dayton's immigrants, the mayoral election and randy tarantulas
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Oct 7 2013 10:29 AM ]
While the government shutdown still looms, Congress is questioning whether the debt ceiling will be increased and ponders the likelihood of a default.
Al Qaeda fugitive Abu Anas al-Libi was captured in Libya over the weekend and is being held on the U.S.S. San Antonio in the Mediterranean Sea before being taken to New York to be prosecuted.
“World's first flexible OLED [organic light-emitting diode] panel for smartphones"? LG corners the market on curved screens and such.
Dayton, Ohio sees improvements in its economy by lending help to people immigrating to the US.
After an anti-abortion group was accused of picketing a doctor's house in Bernalillo County, the county commissioners are looking into an anti-picketing ordinance to prevent this from happening again.
Jerry Chavez is accused of stabbing his estranged wife to death while his two boys, ages 6 and 12, witnessed the crime. Though his friends have stated that he is a good, Christian man and “would never kill anyone.”
With the mayoral election happening tomorrow, the question remains: Will there be a runoff?
V.22 No.39 |
The Daily Word in moon poop, the world's top brand and the "Breaking Bad" finale
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Sep 30 2013 10:49 AM ]
A partial government shutdown sounds serious, no? So, USA Today has answered some important questions as to what that entails.
A business jet crashed into a Santa Monica Airport hangar on Sunday leaving no survivors. Officials aren't quite sure how many people were onboard.
What kind of world is this when computers beat out soda pop for top brand?
Excuse me, Mr. Whac-A-Mole, I think your warehouse is on fire.
It's no secret that astronauts have left behind some sort of memento to commemorate their time on the moon, but who knew it'd be something so personal?
Are you one of those people that never eats food past its expiration date? Here are a few tips to gauge whether you're throwing away perfectly good food.
Santa Fe's Heavenly Boutique is back open after the FBI raided it last week and found 7,300 mg of Oxycodone, a prescription pain medicine.
Anthony Bourdain likes New Mexico's green chile best!
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