Ticket feature: Souper Bowl set for Saturday

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Freedom New Mexico The fourth annual Souper Bowl will be 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Salvation Army, 317 E. Second St. For $5 ($6 for to go orders), guests can choose a bowl to eat their choice of homemade green chile stew, posole, potato soup or minestrone — and take the bowl [...]

Parents should have option to pick schools

Freedom Newspapers National School Choice Week started Monday, focusing attention on efforts of parents, activists, legislators, students and grass-roots networks to promote school choice programs throughout the United States. Legislators should take heed and this year expand choice programs for all students in an effort to fix the country’s ailing public education system. School choice, [...]

Their view: Obamacare must be stopped in 2012

Richard E. Ralston, executive director of Americans for Free Choice in Medicine, offers his view on President Barack Obama’s national health care package.

Keep Christmas in your heart every day of year

Have you ever thought about how this world would be had Jesus not been born? I shudder to think about it. Imagine a world of no absolutes without any standards of right or wrong. Mankind has always had a sin problem, but we do have a choice and a wrong choice brings bondage, imprisoning the [...]

Choice means running own life

You do have a choice, but it is not the choice you are usually presented with. The real choice is between being responsible for governing your life or allowing someone else to govern you. To put it more bluntly, the choice is between liberty and slavery. However, if you listen to anyone other than libertarians [...]

How you can be a positive sports parent

Jack Perconte Positive parenting in sports is a choice parents make that allows sports to be about kids and not about parents. Parents who are out to relive their playing careers through their kids are the source of a lot of negative parenting in sports. The choice to be positive is not easy because of [...]

Can’t depend on corporations to feed us

England has made a choice to remain dependent on other countries to feed them. Recently corporations have proposed to build a modern dairy and sow unit in their countryside. Two activist groups objected saying it would force a significant number of small farmers out of business. The proposal was withdrawn. We in the United States [...]

My turn: French art bold choice

People say to write about what you know. In 2000, however, when I, a single mom, and a former bachelor-swinging co-worker of mine had to decide who would cover the grand-opening of a new children’s museum in Abilene, Texas, and who would cover a prestigious French Impressionist art exhibit (I knew nothing about French art), [...]

Tuesday morning briefing: A video game, rodeo days and Deep Throat revealed

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday morning briefing.Video game of the week Fresh from the desk of our own Jenna Zamie, who scours the web for these choice competitions. Game: LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Genre: Action Adventure System: PC, 360, PS3, DS, Wii, 3DS, PSP What is it? A charming [...]

My turn: Spiderman superhero of choice

There’s a reason superhero stories are such a huge entertainment venue. Along with being exciting adventure stories, they are also stories with moral lessons. I have been an avid Spiderman fan since I was 12 and have often been teased because as an adult, I still have Spiderman pajamas, coffee mugs and even a straw [...]