Archive for June, 2005

  • Friends in High Places

    Time to disclose sources in U.S. press freedom case By Claudia Parsons Plame’s husband, Joseph Wilson, a career diplomat engaged by the Bush administration to investigate whether Iraq had sought nuclear weapons, accused the White House of being responsible for […]

  • Help Save A Special Place in New Mexico

    ABQjournal: Colo. Company Wants to Drill, but Locals Say Mining Would Hurt Area Resources By Tania Soussan, Journal Staff Writer [mjh: this is a long excerpt from a long article — both are worth your time.] MONTICELLO BOX — Ribbons […]

  • God Helps Those Who Help Themselves

    Jury Acquits HealthSouth Founder of All Charges By Carrie Johnson Outside the courthouse, Scrushy told reporters that he was bolstered by the verdict. “There are a lot of wrongs that need to be made right,” he said. “Thank God for […]

  • Blowing Smoke

    ABQjournal Opinion A Powerful Project For the Navajo Nation It’s a power plant that will power both employment and Navajo tax coffers. And it will do so with minimal impact on the environment of northwest New Mexico. The Navajo Nation […]

  • “The White House is completely disconnected from reality,” Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.)

    Bush Says War Is Worth Sacrifice Address Urges Public to Back His Iraq Policy By Peter Baker and Dana Milbank Washington Post Staff Writers Wednesday, June 29, 2005; Page A01 FORT BRAGG, N.C., June 28 — President Bush appealed to […]

  • The American Taliban

    The American Taliban Randall Terry (Operation Rescue) “I want you to just let a wave of intolerance wash over. I want you to let a wave of hatred wash over you. Yes, hate is good…Our goal is a Christian nation. […]

  • A Trying Spring, Indeed

    ABQjournal: Gila Wolf Killed By Feds By Tania Soussan, Journal Staff Writer The alpha male of the Ring Pack wolves was killed by a federal sharpshooter in the Gila National Forest on Sunday, the third endangered wolf shot to death […]