Thursday, May 26, 2016

Endorsement for District Attorney Seat

Early voting has stated in Bernalillo County for the position of District Attorney. This is Edmond Perea. He is one of two candidates for the position. After talking with both candidates I have chosen to endorse him for this seat.

When looking at a candidates you should learn as much as you can about the individuals. Perea has worked in law enforce most of his adult life. He has experience and understands the community.

He will not be somebody that can be intimidated by local law enforcement agents. He has no personal weakness that could be used to intimidate him from doing his job to the best of his abilities. He is not being back by big pockets who will expect a return on their investment.

He is a honest man looking to do an honest job.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

New Mexico Ranks 49th for Child Welfare

Child Welfare Report

Yes, once again we rank at the bottom on issues of child welfare. Yet state representatives are too busy with more important issues like tax cuts for the rich and removing historical symbols to be bothered with such unimportant issues like helping our children. The public has to demand action on this issue from the governor and the state representatives.

With every year our children are at the bottom of this list we increase the number of unemployed voters. We force more people on to programs that the governor is already cutting. We help put people on the street so they can be set afire by people in vans. The police shot them like wild animals. The same police force that views the public as resources for capturing criminals and they call that community policing. 

We must demand early childhood education. We must demand that children who are abused get an attorney. We must demand that jobs and educational resources are on top of the priority list for our elected officials. We must demand that SNAP for children as young as 7 years of age not be taken away.

Here is the email address for comments about SNAP. The public hearing was already held so we should also demand that government also have an action plan for communicating with the public more affectly or their budget should be cut. 

You may also email your comments to or call the Governor’s office at 505-476-2200.