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Welcome to Reported, the Santa Fe Reporter’s podcast digging into the stories and investigations the newspaper knows you’ve read but wants you to hear. This show is all about independent, in-depth journalism in the alt-weekly style.
 
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The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center is the premiere health care practice and learning institution in the state. Every Sunday at 11am on KKOB 770 AM and 94.5 FM the staff of Health Sciences talk with UNM faculty to bring you informative and entertaining insights on how you can stay healthy in New Mexico.
 
A podcast on the crime wave taking Albuquerque by storm. Notable true crime stories throughout the week here in the 505 and potentially interviews with those involved with the justice system. Aim is to have short 20 to 30 minute podcasts weekly, with the occasional interview or on the scene reporting. Mostly serious with a little bit of fun. America Unhinged. Radio (unfiltered politics, conspiracies, alt news): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkPvqkjkmzLAad0ezhVt5w Land of Enchantment VLOG ...
 
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KOB TV Debate wrap up and discussion. Further breakdown of the ABQ Journal responses of both candidates. MLG rescinds order relating to public health used in Ronchetti ad. RGF makes news due to Governor candidate Mark Ronchetti's visit to UPS facility. RGF weighs in. A local Starbucks votes to unionize. There is zero evidence the recent hurricane t…
 
On this week's interview Paul sits down with Casey and Micayle Petersen. Together they are the founders of Freedom Families United. At the outset Paul and Casey discuss his term at Sandia National Labs during which he blew the whistle on Critical Race Theory indoctrination. He ultimately left the Lab due to its COVID vaccine mandate. Now, the coupl…
 
There will be two debates for Gov. While all debates are important, this one is especially so as MLG has so few details about her future plans. The first debate will take place Sept. 30 and will be hosted by KOB-TV. The second hourlong debate is being hosted by KOAT-TV, along with the Journal and KKOB Radio, and is set for Oct. 12. Opinion piece ru…
 
NOTE: Audio troubles in the 3 to 8 min range, everything else is OK! #truecrime #AlecBaldwin #NewMexico Subscribe to the LIVE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkPvqkjkmzLAad0ezhVt5wBy Audelio
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to New Mexico Rep. Larry Scott, a Republican from Hobbs. Larry and Paul discuss hydrogen and the negatives of the hydrogen hub concept. While Larry does not describe himself as an "opponent" of the concept, he expresses concern about the massive subsidies necessary for hydrogen to be a significant energy source. …
 
Also: we have obtained badge cam from the Dutch Brothers armed robbery, where a Good Samaritan renders life-saving aid to officers...Brother of Fabian Gonzales (Martens case) kills another man in an alleged self defense situation, 911 call released. Other miscellaneous news/crime. Live Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alCOormJkcc…
 
On this week's conversation Paul has had a busy week of travel to Dallas and Atlanta. He fills the listeners in on what he's doing out of State. A new poll gives MLG a healthy lead, but the more interesting thing is how some of the issues and demographics break down (scroll to the bottom of the story). For example, MLG’s social media gives the impr…
 
On the first of a two-part "pro/con" interview series on the "hydrogen hub" concept Paul talks to George Sharpe, Investment Manager for Merrion Oil and Gas in Farmington. George is a longtime fixture of the Four Corners oil and gas industry and he supports the idea of a hydrogen hub while recognizing the reliance on subsidies and numerous unknowns …
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally take a look at the forward looking agendas of gubernatorial candidates Mark Ronchetti and Michelle Lujan Grisham for New Mexico's education system, MLG doesn't have any (she literally doesn't lay out ANY priorities): Economy. You can compare Ronchetti's education plan with MLG's Furthermore, MLG claims she…
 
This was a great interview! Doug Peterson is a business leader who has seen the destruction of Albuquerque firsthand due to woke administrative policies. We talk the problems with Tim Keller's soft policing, the grift and corruption of Michelle Lujan Grisham, and the very real connection between George Soros and NM prosecutors. #live #newmexico #bu…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Albuquerque area ophthalmologist Kenneth Adams about New Mexico's doctor shortage. We discuss what attracted him to New Mexico from Texas in the first place. What keeps him here? What are some things that make New Mexico an unattractive state to practice medicine in? What could make things better? Don't miss t…
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss President Biden's dark and disturbing speech against Trump and his supporters Gov. MLG spends $10 million capital outlay dollars for a new abortion clinic in Southern NM: Also, while Paul reiterates that RGF takes no position on abortion in New Mexico, he frames this move within the context of a ne…
 
In this conversation Paul talks to Sarah Jane Allen. Sarah Jane is involved in the formation of a new Moms for Liberty chapter in Bernalillo County. We discuss what the organization is trying to do and some of the important policies they want to address. Sarah Jane is also involved with New Mexico Alive which brings regular speakers from the State …
 
The ABQ Journal came out with polling for numerous races including Gov. These polls (and here) with RGF analysis here point to New Mexicans continuing to embrace the same policies and people they have for years. Can Ronchetti and other candidates close the gap? A new RGF opinion piece takes on NM's self-inflicted doctor shortage. As bad as this sho…
 
#live #newmexico #news #truecrime Homicides 114 and 115...APD finds TWO dead bodies while investigating unrelated crime...Massive BOLOGNA and drug seizure....BCSO opens shop at Coronado Mall... Watch live HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFuV_Sea_N8By Audelio
 
The Biden Administration recently issued regulations attacking charter schools. The Rio Grande Foundation submitted comments against this attack, but we and other charter advocates were ignored. Caleb Kruckenberg is an attorney with Pacific Legal Foundation. He is suing the Biden Administration over this issue. Paul and Caleb also discuss the use a…
 
New Mexico has another very big surplus. What should and shouldn't be done with the surplus money? An opinion piece by one "progressive" legislator calls out their Democrat critics calling them ignorant or shills for the rich. We discuss. NM's unemployment rate dropped to 4.5% in July and MLG is taking full credit, but New Mexico's rate remains the…
 
In this week's conversation Paul talks to New Mexico oil and gas leaders Krista McWilliams and Emmons Yates. These two oil and gas industry leaders discuss the current economic and policy forces acting upon their industry. They share both the importance of the industry that provides our way of life and their expectations for the future. You don't w…
 
MLG extends her health orders again. Scrase claims "success" but with what evidence given New Mexico's objectively poor COVID performance. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was here in NM recently. While MLG and her political allies call him "extreme," there are few metrics on which New Mexico outperforms Florida when one considers economy, education, crim…
 
#truecrime #newmexico #FBI #Islam #MarshawnLynch 8/14/22 Damning evidence released to Santa Fe County by the FBI... Muhammad Syed CRIMINAL RECORD and recommended for pre-trial release...Update in road rage crash near Tingley Beach that left 2 teen girls dead...Bennie Hargrove RIP 1 Year later...Palate Cleanser: Marshawn Lynch Bodycam out of Nevada …
 
On this week's interview Paul sits down with Republican Attorney General candidate Jeremy Gay. Paul and Jeremy discuss the role of Attorney General in New Mexico. What can he do to fight out-of-control crime? What are some limits of the office? What is the role of the AG in the economy? Will Jeremy allow billionaires like Michael Bloomberg pay the …
 
During this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss the recently-passed and poorly-named "Inflation Reduction Act." What's in the bill and why is it so bad? Next, the latest "Kids Count" report put out by Annie E. Casey Foundation and Voices for Children is out and New Mexico is back to 50th. What does it mean and why does "Voices" wish to under…
 
8/7/22 103rd Homicide suggests serial killer targeting Asian men, Espanola city official murdered near UNM, 104th Homicide victim #4 of muslim descent... Random acts of violence become a terrifying problem for ABQ...Giant fight caught on camera, father KILLED over minor son's sex acts? We have a conviction in the Victoria Martens Case...We have A L…
 
Paul talks with Carol Wight of the New Mexico Restaurant Association about the current state of the restaurant industry. They discuss how the industry fared through the challenges of COVID-19 as well as the post pandemic challenges of inflation, difficulty in finding workers, the impact of new regulation and more. They also discuss federal and stat…
 
Another education study, another dead last result for New Mexico. The latest is from Wallethub. Paul and Wally discuss this report and other findings on New Mexico's poor educational performance. The ABQ Journal is right that poverty and low literacy are linked, but what are we spending all that money for anyway? Is more time in the classroom the a…
 
7/31/22 YT Channel (Land of Enchantment VLOG Co.) and Video Livestreams of the podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbX5UJZmMSP8Dz1ExkhI0sA Mayor Tim Keller pledges to close Coronado Park for good. Will he follow through?...Multiple Local Businesses ROBBED this Week...Man's 2nd road rage incident with CHILD in car leads to his Wife's death... …
 
On this week's Tipping Point conversation Paul talks to GOP Secretary of State candidate Audrey Trujillo. Paul and Audrey discuss the role of Secretary of State in New Mexico and what the occupant of that position can/should do with and without the Legislature. They discuss the Secretary's role in elections and preventing election fraud, address re…
 
Governor candidate Mark Ronchetti has released his economic plan. Paul and Wally discuss. RGF was quoted extensively for a national article (along with NM legislators) about how the war on energy could impact New Mexico's budget. The latest unemployment numbers are out and despite dropping again, New Mexico's rate remains the highest as it has been…
 
In the latest Tipping Point interview Paul talks to returning guest Larry Behrens who handles communications for the pro-energy group Power the Future. Paul and Larry discuss the current energy situation with President Biden having been to Saudi Arabia pleading for more oil, what Biden COULD do to bring prices down, what is going on in Texas with t…
 
On this week's conversation Paul and Wally discuss the fact that Gov. MLG has again renewed her health emergency (which expired on July 15). The new order expires in mid-August. The ABQ Journal editorial board recently expressed some valid concerns about the Gov.'s continued use of her emergency powers. Virgin Galactic announced plans to build thei…
 
On this week's conversation Paul sits down with New Mexico real estate owner Doug Peterson. Doug will be moderating a panel discussion on crime issues on Thursday, July 14. Through his Peterson Properties company Doug owns and manages large amounts of commercial real estate in and around the Albuquerque area. He has been active in calling attention…
 
The state-by-state economic data are in for the first quarter. New Mexico's numbers are not pretty. There was an interim committee hearing recently about tax policy. Legislators also discussed user fees for electric vehicles as a way of getting them to pay for road use. Last week the governor unveiled two new electric vehicle charging stations in S…
 
On the latest Tipping Point interview Paul sits down with past guest Katharine B. Stevens, PhD of the newly-formed Center on Child and Family Policy. Katharine is an expert on early childhood issues including pre-K and other programs aimed at improving the lives and outcomes of young children. New Mexico voters will be asked to vote to tap into the…
 
On this week's podcast conversation Wally and Paul discuss New laws that kick in as of July 1 in New Mexico including a slight gross receipts tax reduction, near-elimination of the Social Security tax, and military pensions tax, but also the new mandatory paid sick leave. Long a leader in education reform, Arizona has just embraced universal Educat…
 
On this week's podcast interview Paul talks to Chris Talgo, Senior Editor at the free market Heartland Institute. The main topic addressed is "ESG." ESG stands for "Environmental Social and Governance" which are social credit scores assigned to corporations, supposedly for their corporate behavior in relevant areas. Not surprisingly, ESG is yet ano…
 
Paul and Wally begin by discussing the political implications of the Roe v. Wade decision for New Mexico and the Gov’s race. Will it prevent a "red wave?" 10 years ago Chief Justice John Roberts handed down a convoluted decision upholding "ObamaCare" in the NFIB v. Sebelius decision. Rep. Leger Fernandez “finally” updates her website after RGF call…
 
On this week's podcast conversation Paul is joined by Alexis Martinez Johnson. Alexis is running for congress in New Mexico's 3rd congressional district. The District, currently occupied by "freshman" Democrat Teresa Leger Fernandez used to be a "safe" Democrat seat, but with redistricting it is now a much more competitive seat. Paul talks to Alexi…
 
The first polling on New Mexico's Gov. race is out. No matter who you believe, the race is very close. Paul was recently in Southeast New Mexico for several events. He also sat down with the Current-Argus to discuss the SE NM economy which is booming. While New Mexico's economy is strong and plenty of jobs are available, the May state unemployment …
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to private space expert Doug Messier of the private space tracking site "Parabolic Arc." While the ongoing frustration of the failures at Spaceport America cast doubt on the future of Virgin Galactic, the private space launch "revolution" is moving forward quickly to step in for NASA. Unfortunately, Virgin Galact…
 
Ronchetti wins. Paul & Wally discuss that outcome and other races; Paul recently traveled to Florida for an event with anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist. He discusses the national scene; Common Cause supports New Mexico’s awful judicial election process. Paul and Wally discuss their issues with it. ABQ City Council embraces “safe spaces.” Progressi…
 
On this week's interview Paul talks to Jennifer Fielder and Paul Fielder of the American Lands Council. The topic is federal land management and the incredibly destructive, Forest Service-set fires now burning in New Mexico. Jennifer is the CEO and Paul a retired wildlife biologist and Montana State Legislator. The American Lands Council works to i…
 
APS budget passed. Superintendent Scott Elder claims there are “big cuts.” Paul and Wally unpack the situation. The NY Times throws in the towel on mask mandates while clinging to the supposed effectiveness of masks themselves. On the ballot this fall is “universal” pre-K, but the best study from Tennessee shows it harms kids. Unlike most studies o…
 
On this week's episode Paul is very excited to interview KKOB radio host Bob Clark. Bob has had a long and varied career in media throughout New Mexico. They detail that history, some of Bob's more interesting guests and events that he's covered, and discuss the ever-changing media landscape. You don't want to miss this conversation!…
 
APS budget continues to grow while the school board tentatively rejects a near $2 billion budget. CRT summer reading from PED. I wrote in National Review about MLG's clean car mandate. Gas prices rise to the highest level ever with the start of summer driving season. When does MLG's latest public health order expire? It is getting confusing? NM rem…
 
On this week's conversation Paul talks to Clif Horace owner of Horace Motors, a car dealer in Farmington. They discuss the Clean Fuel Standard that was recently imposed by Gov. Lujan Grisham's hand picked Environmental Improvement Board. The Board has imposed rules that will force New Mexico car dealerships to dramatically increase the number of el…
 
Full early voting is underway at convenience centers. Thoughts on the ABQ Journal polling and where things stand in the Gov.’s race. New Mexico's unemployment rate remains the nation’s highest in April. Nonetheless, New Mexico's budget continues to boom due to a combination of oil/gas and inflation. The unintended consequences of abandoning natural…
 
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