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Donald Trump: New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez ‘Not Doing the Job’

Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump criticized New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez during his campaign rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Tuesday night at the Albuquerque Convention Center. “The number of unemployed people in Albuquerque has nearly doubled,” since 2000, Trump said.

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Martinez: ‘Absolutely Disagree’ With Trumps ‘Horrible’ Comments

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez (R) expressed her distaste with Donald Trump’s comments regarding Mexican immigrants in an interview with Albuquerque ABC affiliate KOAT on Wednesday. According to KOAT, Martinez initially said that she hadn’t heard Trump’s exact comments, once she

Biden Uses Jewish Slur 'Shylock'

Biden Uses Jewish Slur 'Shylock'

Just weeks after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) was forced to apologize for racist jokes aimed at Asians; and days after a white male Democrat claimed Hispanic Governor Susana Martinez “does not have a Latino [sic] heart,” another prominent

Dem Candidate Rips Gov. Martinez: 'Does Not Have a Latino Heart'

Dem Candidate Rips Gov. Martinez: 'Does Not Have a Latino Heart'

During a $60 per plate fundraiser Saturday, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Gary King (a white male) was caught on video race-baiting sitting Republican governor Susana Martinez, by saying outright that she “does not have a Latino heart.” — — Although the

RNC Omits Sarah Palin from Women's History Month Tribute

RNC Omits Sarah Palin from Women's History Month Tribute

Saturday, the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a statement in honor of Women’s History Month in which they highlighted women trailblazers, mentioning some prominent women in the Republican Party. Conspicuously absent, however, was former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Republicans “played

Poll: Hispanics Worry About Acceptance by GOP

Poll: Hispanics Worry About Acceptance by GOP

A new Public Opinion Strategies (POS) poll done for the GOP shows that although many Hispanics agree with the GOP’s stand on gay marriage and abortion, they tend to support Democrats for their stances on social and cultural issues. That

In Honor Of School Choice Week

In Honor Of School Choice Week

In honor of National School Choice Week, we should recognize the Governors who are putting Education and Children ABOVE the Unions. — Alabama Gov. Robert J Bentley        — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie          — Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell        — New

West continues to drift into Democrats' column

West continues to drift into Democrats' column

(AP) West continues to drift into Democrats’ columnBy NICHOLAS RICCARDIAssociated PressDENVERA political generation ago, the West signaled the nation’s rightward swing _ from the emergence of Ronald Reagan to the success of tax-limitation ballot measures in California and Colorado. But

Governors Could Cede Control to Feds by Rejecting Healthcare Exchanges

Governors Could Cede Control to Feds by Rejecting Healthcare Exchanges

Republican governors in Texas (Rick Perry), Louisiana (Bobby Jindal), Wisconsin (Scott Walker), Ohio (John Kasich), Maine (Paul LePage), South Carolina (Nikki Haley) and 13 other states have said they would not implement state healthcare exchanges under Obamacare. But their refusal

Texas Gov. Perry Says No to Obamacare State Exchanges

Texas Gov. Perry Says No to Obamacare State Exchanges

On Thursday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to officially let her know Texas would not partner with the federal government in setting up health exchanges under Obamacare.    Perry had

Let's Not Give Up Conservative Principle

Let's Not Give Up Conservative Principle

As the fog of the election clears, those who truly wish to restore the nation to its constitutional foundations seem to be falling into two camps. One camp asserts that, as a result of the re-election of Barack Obama, conservatives

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

Romney Addresses Crowd of Over 10,000 in Colorado

Mitt Romney on Tuesday addressed over 10,000 people outside of Denver, Colorado and said the presidential debates have “supercharged” his campaign.  After the first presidential debate in Denver, a lopsided victory for the GOP candidate, the presidential race flipped, with Romney

Ann Romney: Mitt's VP Could Be Female

Ann Romney: Mitt's VP Could Be Female

In an interview with CBS News, Mitt Romney’s wife Ann said that the campaign had been looking at the possibility of picking a woman as Romney’s running mate. “We’ve been looking at that,” Ann said. “I’d love that option as

GOP Hopes Artur Davis Party Switch A Leading Indicator

GOP Hopes Artur Davis Party Switch A Leading Indicator

At the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing on Tuesday, newly-minted Republican Artur Davis, who had been a Democrat from Alabama and one of President Barack Obama’s earliest supporters, mocked Obama for not delivering on his promises. Davis reiterated his belief that

New Mexico, Colorado Fires Burn Out of Control

New Mexico, Colorado Fires Burn Out of Control

(AP) New Mexico, Colorado fires burn out of controlBy THOMAS PEIPERTAssociated PressBELLVUE, Colo.Firefighters battling an out-of-control Colorado blaze significantly increased the number of structures destroyed or damaged to at least 118 on Monday as crews in New Mexico also ramped

'Gay Obama' Newsweek Mag Also Shoehorns in a Knock on Palin

'Gay Obama' Newsweek Mag Also Shoehorns in a Knock on Palin

Inside the cover of the most recent issue of Newsweek, adorned by a rainbow haloed President Obama as the “first gay president,” is an article about New Mexico governor Susana Martinez. The article is largely positive piece about Governor Martinez’s compelling life

Romney's 'Veepstakes' Begins

Romney's 'Veepstakes' Begins

With Mitt Romney now all but assured of winning the Republican nomination, he embarks on one of his critical quests of the campaign: finding a running mate who can help him defeat President Barack Obama. Romney took a huge step

Support for Obama Slipping Among Hispanic Voters

From the Associated Press: Obama won 67 percent of Hispanic voters in 2008 but many of those voters have become disillusioned during the past three years. Unemployment among Hispanics tops 11 percent and many Latinos are losing their homes. Others