The bill, sponsored by Councilors Pat Davis and Isaac Lopez, passed on a 5-4 vote.
A dangerous precedent has been set in the United Kingdom.
Amidst the immigration crisis in Europe, three conservative reporters were detained at UK border checkpoints, barred from entering country.
What was accomplished during New Mexico’s 2018 legislative session?
American elections have become sensational horse races during which political polarization seems at it worst.
The American republic is in disarray, political polarization is the highest its been in decades, news media has become factional and balkanized, and different individuals are finding it more and more difficult to agree on reality.
Underlying all of this, neither side seems to be willing to initiate a discourse with each other or reflect on itself, as if everything that is wrong with the country is “the other side’s” fault, and compromise seems like an child-like dream. This is a dangerous state of affairs, . . .
New Mexico’s Secretary of State Maggie Tolouse Oliver held an event in Taos last weekend with the help of the Taos County Democratic Party. She was accompanied by former Missouri Sec. of State, Jason Kander, who now works as the president of Let America Vote, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving individual access to election ballots. The event was held at the Taos Mesa Brewery-Mothership which enjoyed a full crowd of patrons (mostly registered Democrats), turning out in a show of support for their newly elected Sec. of State. Mrs. Oliver will be running for a full term next November in the 2018 midterm elections.