Somebody forgot to tell Michael Moore that he wasn't supposed to take democracy seriously!
If we don't learn from history, we're doomed to repeat it.
Big brother thinks you're not smart enough to know the truth. But now big brother and his corporate cronies think you aren't even smart enough to read an editorial from Julian Assange. We, on the other hand, trust our readers.
Socorro Electric Coop general manager Polo Pineda and SEC employee Kathy Torres were terminated for taking dubious loans from SEC funds. They did, however, attempt to pay back the loans. Some believe the timing of the payback was suspicious.
The Socorro Electric Coop's board met for a special session on Friday to discuss legal and personnel issues, after which the board released a statement about possible "financial irregularities" at the Coop. The plot thickens.
Some might find it ironic that the most vocal advocates of private property ignore the fact that much of the land they "own" was stolen (sorry, there is no other word) from Native Americans. Of course Native Americans were not so haughty as to believe they might "own" God's creation in the first place.
You are being sued by your own electric cooperative. Here's how to respond.
Wednesday evening's Socorro Electric Coop board meeting went forward with a public audience, for the first time ever, and after a closed executive session, the board's president expressed his desire to withdraw the lawsuit, but recognized that will probably not be possible.
The Pencil Warrior weighs in on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the political climate which made it inevitable that such a disaster would occur.
Our resident movie critic returns from vacation for this week's movie review, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse