George and Weezie Jefferson may have been movin’ on up but, judging from a report compiled by United Van Lines, a lot of people have been movin’ on out of New Mexico.
The moving company turns out an annual report of what’s called “in-migration” (the estimate of people moving into a given state) and “out-migration” (those [...]
A chocolate shop owner has dipped his toe into the New Mexico political scene, becoming the first announced candidate for the Lt. Governor’s race in 2014 — but don’t call him a Santa Fe liberal. He prefers to be called a progressive.
On the opening day of the legislative session at the Roundhouse last Tuesday, Chuck [...]
It’s not exactly a No. 1 ranking that the state tourism board will be bragging about.
Forbes magazine came out with a list of the states that have the highest ratio of people who draw money from the government — as an employee, pensioner or welfare recipient — relative to people who are gainfully employed in [...]
Noted economist Milton Friedman was born on July 31, 1912 and free-market and small-government advocates around the world are celebrating what would have been his 100th birthday today.
If you’re not that familiar with Friedman, here’s an excerpt of an interview he did back in 1979 with Phil Donahue:
Here are some links to various commemorations of [...]
Todd Myers wants a cleaner environment but thinks too much of the environmental movement is about feeling good rather than actually making the Earth a cleaner place.
“Trendy environmentalism is taking us off-track,” Myers told an audience in Santa Fe on Tuesday (Feb. 28). Myers, who works for the Washington Policy Center in Seattle, has written [...]
I guess I was correct when, in a recent post about the Santa Fe Conference on Global and Regional Climate Change, I wrote “there are rifts in the scientific community – among scientists themselves when it comes to global warming, what — if anything — should be done about it, and a [...]
Forbes has just released its rankings for “America’s Best Colleges,” with four New Mexico schools making the magazine’s list of 610 colleges.
Forbes rated St. John’s College in Santa Fe as the state’s best, with the school liberal arts school coming in at 217, followed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology coming in [...]