Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Tipping Point New Mexico

Dec 23, 2019

In their Merit Shop Scorecard, the Associated Builders and Contractors ranks states on their labor laws and other ways in which the construction market is based on merit as opposed to political favoritism. How did New Mexico fare? Paul gives an update on issues related to energy from his recent trip to Farmington. Paul...

Dec 19, 2019

On this week's interview, Paul talks to Patrick Brenner. Patrick is Director of Giving with the Foundation, so they talk a bit about end of year opportunities to support the Foundation and its work in New Mexico. Of course, at a small organization like RGF, Patrick wears more than one hat and Patrick has personal...

Dec 17, 2019

RGF sues the State of New Mexico on overreaching donor disclosure law. Legislative Finance Committee: “State child care assistance is not impacting education outcomes for kids.” What TABOR could mean to New Mexico. Left-wing groups take us "through the looking glass" in a video attacking the NM Senate for being "too...

Dec 12, 2019

On this week's show, Paul sits down with Steven Slivinski with the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty at Arizona State University. Steven and his organization recently published the first-ever "Doing Business North America 2019" report which is modeled on a similar report done by the World Bank but on a global...

Dec 10, 2019

ART bus crashes were a regular occurrence during the first week of operation.  What might happen next?

The latest NM budget information is in.

UNM asks for TIDD, why?

San Juan College faculty votes to unionize.

APS 2020 budget: $1,475,755,646, 79,000 students = $18,680 per student.

The Governor is looking at buying a...