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The Trump administration should be ashamed of itself for unnecessarily causing rattled nerves and even full-blown panic among immigrants of various statuses across the country. His executive order … more
On Friday (Jan 20.), Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. His inauguration certainly will be a reason to celebrate for those who voted for him. But that is unlikely the case for those who didn’t. We would … more
The idea that a worker can live on $7.50 an hour is not based in reality. It’s the reason those who work for $7.50 often have two or three jobs and also put a strain on government resources out … more
If President Donald Trump were raising an issue of the importance of critical thinking as it relates to mass media every time he screamed a warning of “fake news,” that would be one … more
Taos is one of the best places anywhere to spend the holiday season. Boutique retailers, art galleries, restaurants and so many others put in time and effort to make Taos sparkle this time of year. All you have to do is stroll in and around the … more
We asked readers leading up to the new year what their No. 1 hope was for Taos in 2017. The online poll is unscientific, but if there’s a thread of truth to it, it’s about the economy. About 40 percent of you said you hoped the Taos economy will … more
An apparent house fire in the Peñasco area Wednesday reminded us about challenges that emerge this time of year. It’s challenging for many to stay warm and safe as temperatures drop into single digits (and even below-zero digits). And while … more
New Year’s resolutions are always a tricky affair. The stats, the experts, the pundits tell us that a majority won’t make any. And the majority of those who do won’t succeed in their efforts. It can be a bit dreary to think about. But after … more
‘We live by symbols,” wrote Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., a U.S. Supreme Court justice, in the late 1800s. We indeed love our symbols, whether they are secular, such as flags, or religious, such … more
Gov. Susana Martinez should sign House Bill 144 into law, a bill that allows the establishment of research programs for industrial hemp in New Mexico. She should also sign Senate Bill 258, which … more
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