New Mexico

Club for Growth State Legislative Scorecards For Florida, New Mexico, Tennessee & Virginia

Elected officials who scored 90% or better in a given calendar year and also had lifetime scores of 90% or better are recognized as Defenders of Economic Freedom by the Club for Growth. Only two elected officials received a perfect rating of 100% in 2019, Del. Nick Freitas of Virginia and Rep. James Grant of Florida.

New Mexico Muslim Terrorist Compound Cover-Up?

The evidence of a “no terrorism connection” cover-up of what was going on at a remote Muslim compound in New Mexico is beginning to build. Despite the facts that a "Phases of a Terrorist Attack" document was discovered and calls for violent jihad documented the FBI remains MIA in the investigation.

New Mexico Muslim Terrorist Compound Similar To Colorado Muslim Terrorist Compound Busted In 1992

Even though the Muslim compound busted in Amalia, New Mexico bears striking similarities to a Muslim terorrist compound bust in Colorado in 1992, in what is arguably the briefest forensic investigation of a terrorist compound in history, the New Mexico compound has been razed to the ground, taking with it any evidence.

The Trial of the Blind Sheikh Ties in to a New Mexico Child-Abuse Case

Andrew C. McCarthy, National Review

I do not believe we ever offered any statement by Siraj Wahhaj under that rule of evidence or otherwise accused him of participating in the conspiracy. I do not pretend to be a Siraj Wahhaj fan, but I note that some reporting indicates that he helped police find the New Mexico compound. Let him grieve in peace over the senseless death of his grandson.

Democrat Judge Turns Loose Muslims Arrested At School Shooting Training Compound

Even though Siraj Ibn Wahhaj has documented ties to terrorism, was arrested in possession of a cache of guns, and is alleged to have been training children to carry out school shootings, New Mexico Judge Sarah Backus, an elected Democrat, granted him and his accomplices bail because their danger to the community was not established to her satsifaction.

No-Sweat Food Stamps

Jillian Kay Melchior, National Review

After a legal battle with several advocacy groups, New Mexico’s Human Servs. Dept. announced that it'd restart the rulemaking process, delaying the reinstatement of the work requirement, originally slated for Nov. 1, by several months.

Will NRSC Ever Help Conservatives? Now’s the Chance

Quin Hillyer, National Review Online

The National Republican Senatorial Committee just received an unexpected shot of cash from the RNC. Using some of it to help promising conservatives (such as Jeff Bell in New Jersey) would help start to ease the longstanding rift between the Right and the NRSC.

Female Guv. Staff Insults ProLifers

Dr. Susan Berry, Breitbart

Gov Susana Martinez's (R) reelection strategist Jay McCleskey reportedly yelled at a group of pro-life demonstrators, "You're all pieces of sh*t!"