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Randal OToole

new study from accounting firm KPMG predicts that auto travel in the United States will be 9 to 10 percent less after the pandemic than it was before. Telecommuting, says the report, will lead to a 10 to 20 percent reduction in commuting by car while on-line shopping will lead to a 10 to 30 percent reduction in shopping trips.

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Ilhan Omar must resign: New evidence from nearly three dozen Somalis reveals a probable spree of felonies


According to the media’s general judgment, 2020 U.S. voters are most concerned with purportedly complex issues of crime and justice. Voters should place no trust in this. This same media forbade itself to investigate a simple, yet objectively historic corruption scandal of national interest.

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Americans Are Growing Less Willing To Beg for Permission To Make a Living


It appears that government-imposed restrictions on travel, business, and social contact don’t become more palatable with age. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to simmer, the one competency that officials have consistently displayed is in tightening the screws, using the licenses and permissions they require as enforcement tools.

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Legislative subcommittee directs attention toward policing amid nationwide cries to end police brutality

Grace Reader

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In the midst of nationwide protests over policing, New Mexico’s Criminal Justice Reform Subcommittee is directing their attention toward law enforcement accountability.

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Navajo woman defends Cobre’s ‘Chief Wahoo’ at rally

Dean Thompson

Karen Bedonie, a member of the Navajo Nation from Mexican Springs, weighed in Saturday on the use of the “Chief Wahoo” logo by Cobre High School’s baseball team, making a protest on the issue a stop on her prayer journey across the state.

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MLG follows satanic cult leader on Twitter but does not follow Joe Biden

John Block

On Monday it was reported that leading Democrat vice-presidential contender to be Joe Biden’s running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, does not follow Biden on Twitter, which prompted the Piñon Post to see if Gov. Michell Lujan Grisham, also a contender for the Democrat vice-presidential nomination follows Biden. Here’s what we found.

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Webber defends finances in wake of outside audit

Daniel Chacon

Contending financial management of the city is improving each year, Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber on Monday downplayed the findings of a recent outside audit that uncovered “significant deficiencies” and other weaknesses in internal controls.

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Chickens have their day at the poultry show

News Sun

When it comes to poultry Ethan Kneese and Cadi Godwin know their stuff — at least in the eyes of judge Floyd Starkey who decided Kneese and Godwin were this year’s junior and senior showmanship winners.

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Arizona Primary Shows State Might Not be as Purple as Dems Thought

Madeline Peltzer

Democrats would like to think that Arizona is turning blue. But if Tuesday’s primary election is any indication, conquering the home of Barry Goldwater might not be as easy as it once seemed.

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Ugly thoughts in a beautiful land, &c.


As you may know, some publications have decided to capitalize “black,” in reference to black people and black culture. (I feel something of a need to throw quotation marks around those last two words: “black culture.”) (Of course, some “black people” can be lighter than some “white people.” America is really screwy like that.)

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