Monthly Archives: June 2003

NM Law: The Billy the Kid Defense

In the first place, he shot the sheriff because it was a gang fight. OK? Then Billy the Kid shot the guard and the deputy because he was escaping. DUH!! Case dismissed.

What The Voters Need Is An Outside Investment Advisor

The supporters of the constitutional amendment to increase the distribution from the New Mexico State Permanent Fund by 23 per cent a year include a lot of teachers, but obviously not a lot of math teachers.

Lone Republican Concedes Public Land To The Public

It’s high and wild and full of elk and things like that. No wonder Patrick Lyons wants to trade it for some depleted coal reserves. He can’t manage it. Besides, he’s a Republican

Will Richardson Also Control The Judicial Standards Commission?

Did Bill Richardson go out of bounds when he fired the Judicial Standards Commission? The Supreme Court is the referee. What’s taking it so long?

Bless You Too, Bro, But You Gotta Have Insurance

Something is wrong with a health system that forces monks who dedicate lives to service and devotion to beg for donations and depend upon politically-influenced indigency funds to pay for medical care.

Let’s Keep An Independent Judiciary

A partnership between the executive and the judiciary in the American form of government is suspect, even if it’s for a good cause, like fighting terrorism or drunk driving.

How About An Independent Judiciary?

A partnership between the executive and the judiciary in the American form of government is suspect, even if it’s for a good cause, like fighting terrorism or drunk driving.

Don’t Answer The Phone, Bill, It’s That Telemarketer Again

It’s not a credit card, not a debit card. It’s the new, the wonderful, the magic National Deficit Card! Bill Richardson and the phantom debt-planning telemarketer.