NMiF Producer Megan Kamerick continues the discussion with Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, better known as The Minimalists, about their message that having less stuff means less stress, debt and distractions in life.
NMiF Correspondent Gwyneth Doland continues the discussion on open primaries with former New Mexico senators Mark Boitano and Dede Feldman, Think New Mexico’s Fred Nathan, and Lonna Atkeson, a political science professor at UNM. New Mexico Republican Party Chair John Billingsley’s statement on his support of Closed Primaries: “A closed primary election is limited to… Continue Reading »
After Taos town council reversed the decision to rename Kit Carson Memorial Park, a resident of Columbus, NM, wants Pancho Villa State Park renamed.
Correspondent Gwyneth Doland continues the discussion of causes and concerns over the radiation leak that shut down the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad. Guests include NM Environment Department Secretary Ryan Flynn; Don Hancock, director of the Nuclear Waste Safety Program at the Southwest Research and Information Center; and George Anastas, a nuclear engineer… Continue Reading »
The Line discusses a new five percent raise for Albuquerque police officers and whether it will help morale in the department following the scathing DOJ report. These articles offer background on the issue: Albuquerque City Council Budget Offers Raise For Police Officers APD Officers OK Contract Offering 5% Pay Increase