My Turn
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When I started as a radio personality in 1981 I was so excited and thrilled to be given a chance to have a career in broadcasting. I started in overnights 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. After … more
Speaking as someone who loves language and the deep Hispanic-Indio roots of this area, I found it very gratifying to see three articles in last week’s paper regarding bilingual programs in … more
A recent Taos News My Turn column (“A fresh perspective: ‘Where has common decency gone?’”) characterized a Taos visit by our governor as the scene of a … more
Lately, I keep running into the concept of “Community” in whatever I read and the interactions I have with various town residents. One of them, who had spent time at the Standing Rock … more
The last few years of plummeting state revenues made it clear, once again, New Mexico is over-reliant on tax revenue from the oil and gas industry and the Swiss cheese construction of New … more
I lived in Taos eight years ago, and I recently returned to this place that I love. On Saturday evening, I attended my first-ever production at the TCA. What I witnessed was astoundingly … more
Is the governor violating the state constitution with budget actions? It sure looks like Governor Martinez is headed in that direction. Let's take a look at it.With an insistence on balancing the state budget for the last few years by … more
A few weeks ago, Susana Martinez vetoed funding for every state college and university. All of it. Since then, neither she nor House Republican Leaders have proposed a plan to restore it. Because every public school relies on New … more
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