My Turn
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Another propaganda piece by the oil and gas industry appeared in a My Turn article by Victoria Gonzáles ("Ending the Myth on Millennial Environmentalism," Jan. 17-23). Our propagandist, Victoria … more
A picture of Dwight Eisenhower, the 34th president, hung in my sixth-grade classroom. No one paid attention to it unless our teacher, Miss Murray, referred to it to make a point. When we failed to … more
There is magic in these mountains! While those who don't live in Taos typically react with skepticism when I declare our town to be such a gifted place, recent events seem to confirm the credibility … more
Coddled. Delicate. The “teacup generation,” because we must be handled with care. We don’t know (or appreciate) where things come from and we take more than we give back. As a … more
“Leave no man behind” and “we will never forget your sacrifices” are phrases our commander in chief tosses around as he trumpets his supposed love for the armed forces on a … more
It is painfully obvious that the men on the Taos County Commission have learned nothing since their last attempt at denying Commissioner Candyce O’Donnell (our only New Mexico State University … more
Currently, a watershed plan for the Río Fernando is being finalized by Amigos Bravos, a Taos-based nonprofit specializing in water issues. In 2016, this organization received a grant of … more
With 54 percent of New Mexico legislative races lacking major party representation in 2018, we once again find ourselves in the bottom 10 states. more
When I was 12 years old I needed to do a report for my eighth-grade history class. My mother, who at age 43 had just returned to college to get her degree in history, suggested I write that paper … more
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