What was accomplished during New Mexico’s 2018 legislative session?
Yesterday I went to the supermarket and bought a cart full of red onions. I blended a large red onion and drank the solution, it tasted exactly of whisky and brought an immediately feeling of masculinity. I literally felt the juice moving through my body while it was embracing and enhancing my organs. Yes, my mouth smelt of onions but this is easily reparable with proper oral care.
These days it seems that the divide between parties can manifest in many different ways. 4Chan friends are quick to point out the unpatriotic stance held by soy milk afficiantos. There appears to be a strong correlation between male liberals exposing unpatriotic positions, some of which appeal to the murder of conservatives, and their public appeals on social media on behalf of soy products. Many of these men who appeal for the destruction of their nation and countrymen have noticeably frailer features. The term “soy boy” is meant to demean the negative afflictions to their constitution which comes from soy milk. Meanwhile, many liberal news outlets with little incentive for more intrinsic journalism rail against the consumption of onions. Why are conservatives so wrong in trying to improve themselves while liberals are given a free pass in drinking what is literally toxic to their masculinity.
Let’s examine the facts.
Recently, the FDA stripped soy milk of its status as “heart healthy.” This health claim was my main consideration regarding my consumption of soy milk as heart disease is a real problem for many Americans and many others in Western civilization.
One YouTube star – black, weight-lifting dude on Louder With Crowder – indicated that women undergoing menopause consume soy as a form of therapy to enhance femininity. There are numerous examples of children being forced to consume large amounts of soy to feminize their gender.
Onions are a natural source of antioxidants and dietary fiber. There is also a strong reduction in cancer afflictions in men who consume onions. Some outlets complain that there is no correlation between testosterone and onions but this is not true. There is a well known connection between onions and testosterone according to a (Egyptian?) test with lab rats. There is a strong correlation between trials conducted with rats and trials with humans. They claim that any increase in consumption of onions would be a stupid, empty appeal to better health and potentially dangerous. However; in many European countries they already consume close to an onion everyday alongside other food groups. The texture and aroma of an onion is a great compliment to deli meats, salads, and vegetables.
All being said and done, I’ve given up on soy products and promised myself to continue to eat at least one raw onion a week.
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.
In 2013, the Santa Fe Reporter filed suit against New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez over a claim of “damages for violations of the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act (Santa Fe Reporter v. Governor Susana Martinez, D-101-CV-201302328, 9/3/2013)” as well as the New Mexico Constitution. The trial was held in April of this year and closing arguments were recorded and presented in June.
This week, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal from the defendants in Gill v. Whitford, a federal court case from Wisconsin in which a panel of three federal judges struck down a redistricting plan from the Wisconsin legislature. US 7th Circuit Court Judge Kenneth Ripple and US District Court Judges Barbara Crabb and Willian Griesbach decided Wisconsin’s Act 43 to be unconstitutionally partisan last December in a lawsuit brought by twelve plaintiffs against five defendants.