Monthly Archives: June 2004

Compulsory Union Dues? No Problem

There are worse things, in this age of credit-card penalties, cell phone ripoffs, etc.

The old anti-union bulls of the New Mexico Legislature will bellow their horns off in the pastures of heaven when they hear about Fair Share.

Tim Jennings Is The Man For NM Senate President Pro Tem

Will Bill Richardson fight the move to restore balance to the Legislature?

The New Mexico Senate has operated under a constitutional leadership fiction since Manny Aragon took power. Time to reorganize, but will the senators do it or will Bill Richardson do it for them?

There’s A Red Light Blinking On The NM Political Machine

And Bill Richardson seems content to ignore it

Roman Maes, a powerful Democratic state senator going for a sixth term from liberal Santa Fe, defeated himself by indulging in conservative rants. Your attention, please, Bill Richardson.

WMD’s As A First Casualty Science Kind Of Thing

What is truth anyway? What is mass destruction?

Did the media just go blank on the propaganda that supported the first Gulf War? At least The New York Times and Bob Woodward have published apologies.