In addition to closing state parks and slashing the education budget for 2010, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is planning on having a tax increase, as well. In an interview, Richardson told the press a tax increase is "inevitable," and that, while he is not certain which plans will be approved by the Legislation, he […]
Because of budget cuts and funding shortages across the board, the state of New Mexico may be closing state parks to save money. This will affect many residents of New Mexico, for both those who rely on the salary paid to them by the state for working in parks, and for those who work in […]
A recent development on an ongoing case is giving a few people hope: Those following the Electronic Frontier Foundation or Apple may remember a story from last year. In November 2008, the computer and peripheral manufacturer sent cease-and-desist threats to OdioWorks, owner of Bluwiki, concerning a series of hobbyist chats about syncing media to iPods […]
In a totally un-shocking non-turn of events, conservatives in New Hampshire do not embrace the state’s most recent legislation on the subject of gay marriage, a bill voted on by the legislature and signed on by Governor Lynch. In a poll administered by Research 2000 for liberal blog DailyKos.com, 41-49% of 600 likely voters said […]
A single-engine plane nearly crashed, making an emergency landing Friday near the airport in Moriarty, New Mexico. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the mechanical problems the pilot began facing at around 3:30 PM. Emergency services, rushing to the scene, say the pilot was not hurt.
Having raised nearly $750 million dollars over his presidential candidacy, President elect Barack Obama has accomplished raising $104 million dollars from October 15 to November 24. Obama’s success puts John McCain’s fundraising in the ground. McCain reports on $84 million raised between September and election day.