Based on the reporting in Davos, it seems that global elites have adjusted to Donald Trump. Much like the Munich Security Conference or the China Development Forum, th…

Commentary P.J. O’RoURKE

Who knows what we need? Not me

    What this country needs is fewer people who know what this country needs. We’d be better off, in my opinion, without so many opinions. Especially without so many polit…

    San Francisco, the archetype of the urban housing affordability crisis, appears to have decided that enough is enough. Proposition E, a ballot measure that will be vot…

    No one loves a food fight more than President Donald Trump. But now he has picked the wrong one: His administration is taking aim at children’s lunch plates.

    Critics of the United States have argued for decades that our foreign policy, beneath its showy cloak of spreading freedom, is and always has been naked imperialism. I…

    Commentary Sarah Barringer Gordon

    Methodist Church split should set off alarm bells

    The United Methodist Church, with a U.S. membership of some 6.5 million, announced a plan to split the church because of bitter divisions over same-sex marriage and th…

    I’ve written at length about how the Trump administration wanted its approach to economic statecraft to be truly transformative. The president has long held a zero-sum…

    On the 100th anniversary of Prohibition going into effect, thousands — if not millions — of people are in the middle of Dry January, a voluntary break from drinking al…

    Having prepared carefully to deliver inspiring words that would bring all Americans together as they worry about the possibility of another war in the Middle East, Pre…

    Commentary Theresa Brown and Stephen Bergman

    A paperwork crisis could unite doctors, nurses

    Broken, wasteful, inhuman, expensive, deadly. The problems with the American health care system, or non-system, are neither subtle nor unrecognized — especially by tho…

    Dear John Bolton, Daniel Coats, Gary Cohn, John F. Kelly, Jim Mattis, H.R. McMaster, Kirstjen Nielsen, Jeff Sessions, Patrick Shanahan, et al.:

    Racism wasn’t a side issue for former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro. It was central to his campaign and stances on policy issues. But that focu…

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    My View Kelly Fajardo

    CYFD needs an Ombudsman Office

    People working within the system told me that communication between families and New Mexico’s Children, Youth and Families Department was challenging.

    It’s exciting to read about efforts of the Santa Fe legislative delegation, state and private agencies, and the New Mexico Coalition to End Ho…

    My View Stephan Helgesen

    What is a good education?

    New Mexicans have been wringing their hands for decades over the pathetic performance of our schoolchildren. There is much disagreement as to …

    My View Paul Gessing and Len Gilroy

    Stars have aligned for needed pension reform

    Over the last few weeks leading up to the 2020 legislative session, an all too rare alignment has occurred in New Mexico — the governor, legis…

    My View Joseph Jordan-Berenis

    Housing vouchers are no magic bullet

    At the Interfaith Community Shelter, we have long supported what is known as a “housing first” model (which couples housing with intensive cas…

    My View Olivia Padilla-Jackson and David Scrase

    Investing for tomorrow, delivering today

    As the 2020 New Mexico Legislature convenes, we are pleased to see the agenda full of initiatives that not only deliver new programs to New Me…

    My View Paul Lazarus

    Over the line in comedy

    I recently attended Ron Bloomberg’s lecture on comedy. To a question about Mel Brooks’ Springtime for Hitler (The Producers), Bloomberg respon…

    My View Phillip T. Kehoe

    Women's 'march' a bit of a letdown

    The recent gathering at the Roundhouse was robust, even if it was smaller than in previous years (“Smaller event still boisterous,” Jan. 19). …

    My View Norma Chairez and Brenda Gallegos

    Make the outdoors more accessible

    When Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham made the campaign promise to create a New Mexico Office of Outdoor Recreation, it was received positively by …

    When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi began impeachment proceedings against President Trump, everyone knew that she was exposing 31 of her most vulnerable members.