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Today's Opinions

  • Work of Art: Can you keep a secret?

    If you say it softly, it’s not so bad. Now what’s that supposed to mean?
    Well, it’s a conclusion I’ve reached after years and years of observation as to how people choose to express themselves. Shouting out a word — if you overlook the possibility of rousing someone from slumber — is worse than whispering it.

    Let me explain:

  • Obama, time for ‘drama’

    While we’ve appreciated “no drama Obama” in times past, we were glad to see the president’s demeanor rise to a passionate level last Thursday when he gave his jobs speech. Yes, it was long on rhetoric and short on key specifics, but we applaud the central message he threw out there: A jobs bill is needed now, he’s proposing one that Republicans should vote for, and Washington must act sooner rather than later.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Sept. 12, 2011
  • Publisher's Note: What matters

    After a night of changing TV channels back and forth between my two favorite sports — football and politics — I got to wondering about why they matter to me. And that maybe they should matter less.

  • Mil Gracias

    On behalf of Alta Vista Regional Hospital, I extend our appreciation to our Partners Superior Ambulance, Collins Dental, Community 1st Bank, The Bank of Las Vegas and Walgreens for their contribution to the fourth annual “Back to School Health and Safety Event.”

  • Thumbs - Our high country lowdown on the news

    THUMBS UP! AL-QAEDA TAKEN DOWN. It took nearly 10 years and two wars — one excruciatingly long and frustrating war, and other misguided and unnecessary — but Osama Bin Laden and a number of important Al-Qaeda leaders have been eliminated. And while the hate-filled ideologies of this band of terrorists may live on, the organization itself it just about dead. Call it justice, vengeance or whatever you like, the world is better off because the U.S. is winning the war against terrorism.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Sept. 9, 2011
  • Criticism of board decision

    At the Mora school board meeting held Aug. 16, an offer was made by Help New Mexico offering the Mora schools almost $8,000 a year for rental space. The offer was voted down by a 3-2 vote after George Trujillo called it a political movida. It is my opinion the George is the only person who does political movidas. Mr. Board Chairman, couldn’t the school use this money?