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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Can Richardson build national appeal?

By KATE NASH

Gov. Bill Richardson knows how to win elections in New Mexico. But how can he do in states where he’s not well-known — or not known at all?

That’s the question Richardson must answer in the next several months as he sets sail for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.

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Extremes in the American Political Mind

By SANDY PRICE

I can’t help but compare the political extremes we have in America at this time, to the years I worked in a small private school back in the 1970s. I substituted in on many classes, worked in the library and study hall and had my lunch with the kids and kept an eye on their actions. We were warned that 3rd and 4th graders often develop gangs (peer groups) and could be cruel in their treatment of other kids. We were told to stop this group gang attitude from starting and we were successful.

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The News Media and Secrecy

By PHIL HOSKINS

Currently Frontline on PBS is in the middle of a four part series about the current state of the news media in our country. I highly recommend it. Last night’s episode focused on the relationship of the current “war on terror” and the right of the media to reveal information about government programs which search for information.

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