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Chairman Steve Pearce has a weekly statewide radio broadcast on Network New Mexico. He will be discussing critical issues that are important to all of us living in the wonderful state of New Mexico. Please share with your contacts and spread the word about the weekly broadcast and the important issues and events taking place Inside New Mexico. Real Issues. Real People. Real New Mexico.
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NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS is New Mexico PBS' prime-time news magazine show covering the events, issues, and people that are shaping life in New Mexico and the Southwest. NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS takes a multi-layered look at social, political, economic, health, education and arts issues and explores them in-depth, with a critical eye to give them context beyond the "news of the moment."
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On Where We Meet, we share stories reflecting the human experience, weaving connections of space, place, land, and time from New Mexico and beyond. Thoughtful interviews and conversations about the richness of the histories, traditions, borders, art, movements of change, and beauty connected to New Mexico. Where We Meet comes from Taos Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico, and is supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations e ...
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Bunny has been writing a blog called I Love New Mexico for over 13 years but now she wants to bring it to you via audio medium through this new fun podcast! We’ll talk with all sorts of New Mexicans – maybe a celebrity, author, and public figure or two, but mostly just locals from your hometown and Bunny's, people who know where to get the best green chile cheeseburger and which books to read and how to find the well-stocked thrift store or raft the wildest stretch of river. Someone who reme ...
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Brava serves as a platform in which women, inclusive of LGBTQ communities, will finally be highlighted and valued for our contributions to the community. We are guided by intersectional feminism and the belief that our time is here, it is now, and together, we must speak.
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ROSWELL'S BACK!!!! We're so excited to have our favorite show back, so join the hosts each week break it down! From the past to the present, we'll bring insight and more to each episode. Join us for character discussions, plot breakdowns, and insider news and gossip! Subscribe and Comment to stay up to date on all things Roswell New Mexico!
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What did women's suffrage look like in New Mexico? Journalist Megan Kamerick dives into the past in this new podcast featuring a lineup of noteworthy guests. New Mexico and the Vote is part of a project in conjunction with PBS's American Experience, "The Vote" airing on New Mexico PBS on July 6th and 7th at 8pm.
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Yee-Haw!! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time they are on their way to Bluewater, New Mexico, ready for whatever adventure they can find. But this time, trouble spots them on the train. Will the Pony Rider Boys be able to handle whatever comes their way? (Summary by Ann Boulais) Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Alkali Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Grand Canyon
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On this week's interview Paul sits down with Rep. John Block. Block has been a consistent voice for conservative principles in the Legislature since he took office in 2023. He also manages the Pinon Post, a political news site dealing with New Mexico politics. Block wound up coming in 2nd overall in the Foundation's Freedom Index this year. We disc…
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This year’s legislative session has officially come to an end and when it comes to child welfare the session was uneventful. There were several pieces of legislation proposing many solutions, but little saw movement or were deemed not germane. On this week’s Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’ll discuss what’s next for child welfare in New Mexico.…
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Christian Casillas from the Coalition of Sustainable Communities walks us through the current status of community solar in New Mexico, describes the progress that has been made, and the amazing potential the future holds! A few links from the show: https://www.coalitionscnm.org https://www.coalitionscnm.org/community-solar https://csnewmexico.com h…
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Favorite breakfast food, how did we introduce ourselves to our communities during a pandemic and begin our campaign and if any of us ever saw ourselves as elected officials. Special guest: Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver!!!Av Carrie
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Carlos Hernandez is a multimedia artist that has worked out of Taos since 2019. He holds an MFA in Video and Performance Art, and has pursued many fields of art including, sculpture, sound, film, painting and drawing. His exhibition, Eros in the Ether: Figurative Architecture, will be shown at the Encore Gallery March 1st - April 14th 2024. It show…
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There are six 'Safe Haven baby boxes' in New Mexico and more in the works, where mothers in crisis are promised anonymity, no questions asked if they surrender a newborn. But the Children Youth and Families Department Secretary cites state and federal law, claiming newborn surrenders need to be investigated to ensure the mother made the decision wi…
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In anticipation of another amazing Anne Hillerman book coming out later this year, we decided to re-release her episode of the I Love New Mexico podcast from 2023. Stay tuned for a new episode with Anne when her next book launches in 2024. Anne Hillerman is an American journalist from New Mexico, and a New York Times best-selling author. The daught…
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Lou DiVizio opens the show with headlines from around the state, including the potential the Governor could call for a special legislative session to address public safety concerns. Correspondent Gwyneth Doland hosts a three-part discussion with two journalists recapping New Mexico's 2024 legislative session. Gwyneth asks Shaun Griswold, editor of …
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Independent Women's Voice Ambassador Riley Gaines recently came to New Mexico to advocate for the NM Women's Bill of Rights. Riley gives an exclusive interview to Inside NM to share her story and why she is dedicated to standing up for girls and women. Stay tuned because RPNM's first vice chair, Amy Barela, joins the show to share what she learned …
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Paul and Wally both attended the Seinfeld show. They have numerous thoughts: 1) The City did a poor job with logistics. 2) The media didn't condemn the protests for simply targeting a Jewish comedian (same with Meow Wolf): 3) While Paul and Wally believe that protestors have the right to share their beliefs, they should be doing so with their elect…
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Recapping some of the big issues/votes of the session: Paid Leave (SB 3) narrowly fails on House Floor after having gone through the Senate. The final tax bill has some small income tax rate reductions but doesn't do much: https://errorsofenchantment.com/taxes-and-spending-in-the-2024-session/ Worse, there are capital gains and corporate income tax…
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Gun violence has more than doubled in New Mexico since 2014. Deaths of children in 2023 led to the Governor’s contentious public health order to keep guns out of many public places. On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico we’ll discuss gun safety, access, and the proposed new legislation making its way through the legislature.…
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It's never too early to start planning your summer trips, especially in New Mexico! Listen along as we transition out of our Sweetheart Auction and back into talking about New Mexcio as a whole. Bunny shares some of her favorite (and bucket list) places to visit in the Land of Enchantment! Let us know where your favorite place to visit in New Mexic…
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On this week's interview (which we are running BEFORE the end of the session due to its timely nature) Paul sits down with Todd Myers to discuss legislation moving in the Legislature to impose a Clean Fuel Standard (HB 41). What would such a law actually do if imposed in New Mexico? Would it raise gas prices? Would it improve the environment? How w…
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Francisco El Comanche Gonzales is a community activist and educator whose practices center on the heritage of the Comanches. With his community, he leads dancing, singing and traditional customs. Los Comanches de la Serna are located in Ranchos de Taos. This radio program is supported by the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area.…
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Sydney Cline grew up in Taos and her experience informed her desire to start Common Grounds. Common Grounds is a safe space for youth in Taos, whether they need to take a shower, need someone to talk to, or if they just want a space to hangout in. Cline, along with other youth in the Taos community began developing the concept in 2017. In our conve…
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With just around 48-hours left on the clock in this year’s 30-day legislative session, what will New Mexico lawmakers leave on the table? One of KRQE News 13's legislative beat reporters, Curtis Segarra joins Chris & Gabby to in part discuss Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s public safety agenda, along with her environmental, and educational priori…
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Lou DiVizio opens the show with an update heading into the final week of the 2024 Legislative Session and shares some other headlines from around the state. Then, Correspondent Gwyneth Doland catches up with elected officials in Santa Fe and speaks to Democratic state representatives Andrea Romero, G. Andrés Romero and Sen. Benny Shendo Jr., about …
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With only a week left of this year's legislative session, we have Tom Kaye and Erik Rasmussen from the New Mexico Firearms Industry Association, who give a dire warning about the anti-2A legislation being pushed by Democrats and what it would mean for the firearm industry and responsible gun owners in NM. Steve gives a rundown on the difference bet…
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On this week's interview Paul interviews Jim Winchester. Jim is Executive Director of the Independent Petroleum Association of NM. Jim's group specifically works with smaller oil and gas producers. Paul and Jim discuss the various ways in which his industry is under attack in the 2024 legislative session. They discuss the economic impact of his ind…
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Paul and Wally begin with a discussion of the most important issues being discussed in the Legislature. The big alcohol tax hikes aren't getting much traction, but the tax hikes contained in them are insane. The Gov. wanted $110 million to eliminate 4 day school weeks. Rep. Armstrong got an amendment successfully adopted to allow districts to conti…
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This spring marks two years since the Hermit's Peak Calf Canyon wildfire tore through northern New Mexico. Since that record-breaking wildfire, the federal government has appropriated nearly $4 billion to respond to the government-sparked disaster. How is the process of repaying wildfire victims in New Mexico going so far? Several lawsuits filed ag…
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NMiF Senior Producer Lou DiVizio starts the week with a rundown of some of the top headlines in the state including state lawmakers advancing a bill to criminalize "fake electors" in future elections. Then, Correspondent Gwyneth Doland speaks with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham about the ongoing legislative session and asks how her favored bills are f…
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Your right to bear arms is under attack in the New Mexico legislature! We have Zachary Fort, the legislative affairs officer of the NM Shooting Sports Association (NMSSA), to give you a detailed rundown on some of the anti-2A bills Democrats are trying to pass right now. Then Anise Golden Morper, the Director of Women's Programs at the NMSSA, joins…
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On this week's episode Paul talks to former legislator and gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Dow. Dow is now heading up the Opportunity for All Kids project for the Rio Grande Foundation. She works every day to bring education reform and school choice to New Mexico. Paul and Rebecca discuss School Choice Week, education in the 2024 session, and goals…
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Paul was recently in Ruidoso to talk about government regulations and EV mandates at a Conservative Conference. Other speakers include James Lindsay and Sheriff RichardClarke. Ben Luna organized the event. RGF has continued its work in Santa Fe, mostly pushing back against bad bills. Here are a few: HB 41: Clean Fuel Standard (soon to be on house f…
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This week marks the final stretch to pick a new leader for New Mexico’s largest school district. As APS Board of Education President Danielle Gonzales believes, “Where APS goes, so goes the state.” Gonzales is calling for community input during Tuesday’s scheduled town halls for students, teachers, employees, and members of the public to ask questi…
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Douglas Preston has to be one of the most fascinating people to listen to (and of course read). Historian, archeologist, journalist, author, New Mexican…. Preston is a wealth of knowledge and stories. Listen to his conversation with Bunny about all of the above AND why he loves New Mexico so much. If you love a good mystery and a good story, you’ll…
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This week on the podcast Lou DiVizio details some headlines from around the state, including a new report detailing continued failures at the state's Children Youth and Families Department. Then, Lou sits down with Bernalillo County District Attorney Sam Bregman to discuss the federal investigation into possible corruption within the Albuquerque Po…
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This week, we have Rep. John Block on the show to give you an exclusive insight into his sponsored bills and what Republicans will be fighting for and against this session. Stay tuned because Ronnie Lucero, the former chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly, joins the show to share his experience engaging with Democrat Hispanic voters…
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On this week's interview Paul discusses the New Mexico Insurance Commissioner's efforts to kill Christian Health Sharing plans in New Mexico. Katy Talento is a health care expert and Executive Director of the Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries. We discuss how the plans work and why they became so popular in the wake of ObamaCare. We also di…
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New Mexico is once again seeing record revenues as lawmakers meet in Santa Fe to create a budget. That’s in large part due to booming oil and gas production. The state is the second-largest oil producer in the country and among the top 10 in natural gas production. But a number of bills in the legislative session would make big changes if they pass…
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Paul was in the Roundhouse on Saturday testifying against HB 41 (Clean Fuel Standard). Another bill heard during that hearing (HB 48) would increase taxes on NM's oil and gas industry. Both passed out of the Committee. Another bill, HB 114 attempts to squash the entire oil and gas industry. MLG's state of the state address was interrupted 3 times b…
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The Albuquerque Police Department is nearing a decade of reform efforts under a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice. The DOJ released findings of its investigation into APD in 2014, the same year the department came under intense scrutiny for police use of force and officer-involved shootings. This week on the podcast, Chris & Gabby…
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Bunny interviews Star York about her wonderful art, history, Native American culture and all the things they both love about New Mexico. It is an honor to hear Star's story and point of view behind her renowned sculptures. Links Star York Sculptures Cancer Foundation for New Mexico Sweetheart Auction I Love New Mexico blog page Bunny’s website I Lo…
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Lou DiVizio opens the pod this week with headlines from around the state, including reporting on a federal investigation that appears to allege corruption by Albuquerque Police officers and a prominent defense attorney in DWI cases. Then, correspondent Gwyneth Doland sits down with two journalists for three discussions as the group previews this ye…
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Get ready to hear exclusive information about the legislative session and the Republicans' agenda from Senate Leader Greg Baca. We also hit on all the week's hot topics. The legislative session has begun, so hold on to your guns! The Second Amendment is under attack like never before by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Democratic legislators. Crime …
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On this week's interview Paul talks to Zach Fort of the New Mexico Shooting Sports Association about Gov. Lujan Grisham's plans to take away your guns during the 2024 legislative session. We know from this summer's radical and anti-constitutional executive order that this Gov. is not a believer in gun rights or the 2nd Amendment. What are her and t…
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The session begins today. For starters Paul sits down with Carol Wight of the NM Restaurant Association to discuss a proposal for paid leave as well as plans to increase taxes on alcohol. These are a few of the pre-filed bills that we are looking at with some additional links: HB 41: Clean fuel standard; https://sourcenm.com/2024/01/12/lawmakers-ad…
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Researchers just announced a new Tyrannosaurus species based on a fossil found in New Mexico’s Elephant Butte Reservoir in 1983. What’s now known as the Tyrannosaurus mcraeensis is believed to be at least 5 million years older than his cousin, the T. Rex as we know it. The scientific discovery reshapes the historical understanding of the most famou…
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Bunny talks to Dianna Shomaker and Allen Bourne about their contribution to the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico's Healing with Heart initiative. Links Dianna Shomaker Art Allen Bourne Art Cancer Foundation for New Mexico Healing with Heart (2023) 2024 Sweetheart Auction Sweetheart Auction Dream Vacation Raffle tickets I Love New Mexico blog page B…
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