My turn: Sheet search stained by racists

While searching online for white sheets with a thread-count greater than “threadbare,” I happened upon a newscast at WhitePrideTV.com. With the National Anthem blaring, the title scrolled: “This is the Klan — This is the Truth.” Here are a few sound-bites from hosts Thomas Robb and Rachel Pendergraft: • “Homosexuals are a loud and noisy […]

My turn: Courage greater quality

“Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” has been in the news because of the “n” word. One publisher has even substituted “slave.” In east Texas, I was a pale version of Huck. I swung from grapevines into murky ponds, rode broken mowers down their embankments, fished with cane poles and grasshoppers, rode cheap floats down flooding creeks, […]

Take time to let mom know she is appreciated

Freedom New Mexico Moms are the greatest producers of wealth among us. They are greater and more important than glamour stars, politicians, business leaders and all the people our culture worships with a misguided understanding of value and wealth. A Jewish proverb says: “God could not be everywhere, and so he made mothers.” Abolitionist preacher […]

ENMU part of “Greater Expectations” program

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University is trying to prove it has greater expectations. School officials want to achieve every aspect of greater expectations and update and upgrade departments dealing with ENMU students’ way of life through “Greater Expectations Consortium on Quality Education.” Eastern is one of the 22 universities selected to participate in […]

City promotes high-speed Internet surfing

Jack King While many of us still don’t know the difference between an Internet “site” and a “link” — let alone a “bit” and “kilobit” — we’re already living in an era of communications technology that is transforming the way we live and work, said John Badal, Qwest communications company’s New Mexico president. Badal was […]