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Observing recent events in my home, along with participating in sustainability conversations literally all over the planet, a distinct reality is forming:If humanity believes that they must fulfill … more
Taos School Zone (TSZ), a special project of Taos Community Foundation, has spent the last three years convening groups of teachers, nonprofit service providers, parents and administrators to listen … more
The sense of betrayal held by women and men supporting women's rights goes deep. more
One July Fourth, 25 years ago, my family vacationed in Taos. I was 8 years old, and we came from land that was hot, flat and brown from overuse to Taos, nestled in mountains, shaded by trees and … more
Houses of worship are so important in any society seeking stability, not only because ancient civilizations, prophets and gurus of the world's most influential religions encouraged building and … more
A special session of the worldwide governing body of the United Methodist Church recently met in St. Louis to wrestle with the topics of ordination of gay clergy and same-sex marriage, currently not … more
On Aug. 3, 2018, the arrest of five adults and rescue of 11 children at a compound near Amalia made us all aware of a serious threat. In the 30 years that I have been a lawyer I have never had to … more
This is a about the mismanagement of change, frustration and maybe the need for prayer as a last resort. What we are doing as a country seems intolerable in the long term and especially when the only … more
I don't have home rule. I only have a house I live in. It's not mine on paper where it counts. It belongs to my parents. I've occupied the house about a year. I can be told to leave at any time. I … more
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