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The Fantasy And Reality Of Woodcrest Dairy

You’ll notice that the soil color inside the pens of Woodcrest Dairy isn’t the same color as the soil of the land outside. That’s because… [...]

Jill Stein Gains Ballot Access For Greens In New Mexico

Yesterday, Jill Stein announced that, in cooperation with the New Mexico Green Party, her campaign had successfully gathered more than enough signatures to get the Green Party on the ballot in New Mexico. She did so without accepting any corporate support. Jill Stein is showing that Rocky Anderson was wrong – an alternative presidential candidate does not need to run into the arms of big corporate money to gain ballot access. [...]

Are Restricted Travel Zones Within The USA A Good Idea?

We don’t have border checkpoints between U.S. states, certainly not between counties within a state in New Mexico. Such checkpoints would be necessary, however, to enforce the restrictions on movement contained in the Southern New Mexico Economic Development Act. [...]

Americans Elect Corporation Falls Out of Standing in New Mexico

Two steps forward, one step back. While Americans Elect has gained political party status in Nevada and is gathering signatures for an as-yet unnamed presidential candidate in Nevada and Arizona, next door in New Mexico Americans Elect’s registration as a corporation has fallen out of good standing. In that state at least, Americans Elect appears [...]

Jon Barela Won’t Put People In Charge Of Government

Under Jon Barela’s vision, the destiny of the American people would be to sit down and take whatever corporate executives decide they should have. [...]