In light of recent events, and the predictable vitriol that followed, Carey Wedler tackles radical Islam. Continue reading →
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Since it was posted, the tweet has had over 3,000 retweets and close to 5,000 favorites, along with a plethora of comments. Continue reading →
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Al-Qaeda offshoot claims responsibility for attack by gunmen in Bamako which left at least 27 people dead. Continue reading →
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A year after Republicans took control of the N.M. House of Representatives and wrestled the position of speaker away from him, Rep. Ken Martinez announced Friday that he plans to retire from the Legislature.
In the wake of revelations that lobbyists and candidates are at times reporting donations differently — making tracking some money in state politics nearly impossible — the Secretary of State’s Office says it’s working on a new rule to clarify reporting requirements.
By Uzma Falak My grandmother wove dreams on her spinning wheel, invoked you in her songs. I memorized the rhyme. My mother treasured your olives— a keepsake of the Blessed Land, a relic I never touched. At four years of age I learnt to sing you like a rhyme in unison with my homeland’s name. Beyond […]
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In 2014, the Texas Freedom Network Education Fund studied new history books up for review by the state’s Board of Education. The group highlighted a number of biased inaccuracies, suggesting segregated schools weren’t completely bad and Affirmative Action recipients are un-American. Continue reading →
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The US attorney who tried the case said of Pollard’s release, “I don’t think there’s any doubt that the crime merited a life sentence, given the amount of damage that Mr. Pollard did to the United States government.” Continue reading →
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