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Best Newmexico podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Newmexico podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Part slice of life, part travel interest, part musing about life. The Stuck in the Desert Podcast is a laid back conversation with the Desert Rat about life in the Desert Southwest of the United States. If you live in or want to travel to Arizona, New Mexico, California, Utah, Texas, or northern Mexico then you will love the laid back stylings of the Stuck in the Desert Podcast part of the WhenItWasCool.com website.
 
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.
 
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.
 
From KOB-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico, our investigative team examines, discusses and reports on topics with relevance not only in our state, but across all 50. These are the extra details, extra soundbites and extra tidbits of information that may not have fit into our TV coverage, straight into your ears.
 
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In this week's discussion podcast, Paul and Wally discuss the Voices for Children's recent missive in the Santa Fe New Mexican decrying the "disaster" of Colorado's Taxpayers Bill of Rights. The problem is so dire that the State's population is booming while New Mexico's with its unlimited spending is stagnant. Wally and Paul discuss how Voices con…
 
The Desert Rat is here to pull away the mask for a moment and let you know about changes coming to the Stuck in the Desert Podcasts. Changes that will benefit When It Was Cool and changes that will give you a better show. Coming to you from the desert southwest of the United States, Stuck in the Desert is hard-hitting, realistic look, and life from…
 
Paul interviews Danny Seymour a policy analyst with the Foundation about the recent study from Moss Adams regarding Spaceport America. There are numerous serious issues with the report and in this podcast Danny and Paul have some fun discussing its flaws as well as some serious issues that will make it a challenge for the Spaceport to ever achieve …
 
On this week's podcast discussion Paul begins by discussing the Foundation's recent post-Oscars interview on KOAT Channel 7. The issue involved an Albuquerque City Councilor's pricey travel at taxpayer expense. Wally and Paul spend the rest of the podcast discussing the 2020 New Mexico Legislative session and various good and bad bills that are mov…
 
Come with The Rat this week as we look into more of the foods natural to the desert southwest in its undeveloped state. A few recipes included as well, for those inclined to explore the taste of the real desert. Come onboard our Patreon at whenitwascool.com and support the platform that houses this podcast. Contact The Rat on the Patreon feed at wh…
 
On this week's interview podcast, Paul brings Reason Foundation pension expert Len Gilroy on to discuss the latest developments in pension reform in the Legislature. Len appeared on episode 121 of the podcast to discuss the need for pension reform. Now, SB 72 and other pension bills are moving their way through the Legislature. Len has been to the …
 
On this week's podcast discussion which is being recorded near the midpoint of what is shaping up to be a very busy 30 day legislative session, Paul and Wally start by discussing the so-called "Red Flag Bill" which has been introduced in the New Mexico Legislature. SB 5 passed its first committee, SenatePublic Affairs. All of the Democrats voted fo…
 
On this week's discussion Paul interviews Kenneth Costello. Costello analyzes New Mexico's rapidly changing utility regulatory structure for the Rio Grande Foundation. He has conducted extensive research and written on a wide variety of topics related to the energy industries and public utility regulation. Ken and Paul discuss what makes utility re…
 
Paul was up in Santa Fe last week talking pension reform along with Len Gilroy, a pension expert with Reason Foundation (episode 121). Unfortunately there are a number of RGFpriorities already being pushed aside. SB 110 is an early candidate for worst bill of 2020. Taxpayers Bill of Rights Bill introduced as HJR 5 by Rep. Rod Montoya. How is it dif…
 
In this late winter episode, The Rat responds to this week's Those Who Wander Podcast (Also available at whenitwascool.com) and shares his own view on some of the subject matter covered there including food, exercise, and the growing of vegetables. Contact The Rat: thedesertrat3@yahoo.com... @thedesertrat3 on Twitter... Stuck in the Desert on Faceb…
 
On this week's interview podcast Paul talks to New Mexico Rep. Larry Scott. Scott lives in Hobbs and represents Lea County in the Legislature. He is also in the oil and gas industry. In the first part of the show Paul and Larry discuss the 2020 New Mexico legislative session and what might happen in terms of both good and bad economic policies. And…
 
SFR’s analysis found that, a decade after the first New Mexico head injury law, there still remains a lack of uniformity and enforcement among school districts in developing concussion protocols and following the state law. In this episode, host and journalist Katherine Lewin speaks with experts from around the country on the importance of developi…
 
On this week's discussion podcast Wally and Paul discuss the fact that Rep. Rod Montoya has introduced Taxpayers Bill of Rights legislation (an important policy goal of the Rio Grande Foundation) in the New Mexico Legislature. Notably, according to data known as the Gini Coefficient which tracks inequality, "progressive" New Mexico is not only poor…
 
Venture out into the garden with The Rat this week, as we prepare ahead for the coming growing season. The early bird may get the worm, But the early Rat gets the big tomato and zucchini harvest! Ideas on early seed starting indoors. Thoughts on organizing this year's battle of the green thumbs, and more! Support the platform that houses this podca…
 
On this week's interview, Paul sits down with Michael Kare. Michael is the newest member of the Rio Grande Foundation's board. He brings his unique perspective of being both the son of immigrants and of Palestinian decent to the Foundation's board. Also, Michael personally sees the special opportunities that the United States and its freedom offer …
 
On this week's podcast, Paul and Wally discuss some new population data which the Census Bureau put out outlining state population shifts over the past decade. Unlike its neighbors which mostly saw double-digit growth, New Mexico's population barely budged during the last decade. Also, the annual United Van Lines moving study includes some rare GOO…
 
This week on Stuck In the Desert, The Rat talks about one of his boyhood heroes, John Wayne. In image, and as a personality one of the best known and loved men of his generation. Also a look at his more controversial viewpoints as a retrospective. Support the platform that houses this podcast, whenitwascool.com.…
 
Paul talks with Peter Mandelstam, Chief Operating Officer, of Enchant Energy about the company’s plans to add carbon capture technology to San Juan Generating Station. Enchant Energy is working with the City of Farmington to acquire a 95% interest in the plant which is currently operated by PNM. Paul visits with Peter about the progress Enchant Ene…
 
On this week's discussion show, Paul and Wally discuss a few of the big developments at the end of 2019 and early 2020 including the death of Albuquerque City Councilor Ken Sanchez. They move right into a discussion of Gov. Lujan Grisham's budget and some of her top priorities as well as some things it is lacking. Paul and Wally then discuss the Ri…
 
On this week's podcast Paul talks to Daniel Suhr, an attorney with the Liberty Justice Center. LJC is a non-profit law firm that litigates against governments for overreach. They successfully represented Mark Janus at the US Supreme Court and won "Right to Work" (the ability to work for their employer without paying union dues or fees) for all gove…
 
In their Merit Shop Scorecard, the Associated Builders and Contractors ranks states on their labor laws and other ways in which the construction market is based on merit as opposed to political favoritism. How did New Mexico fare? Paul gives an update on issues related to energy from his recent trip to Farmington. Paul and Wally explore how New Mex…
 
On the latest When It Was Cool Podcast, Tonya wondered out loud about some Christmas traditions in the land of no trees and hot weather. Well, the Desert Rat has answered the Rat Signal and brings us his own take on Christmas. This one isn't for the kids as secrets might be told but for the grown folks join the Desert Rat as he responds to Tonya's …
 
On this week's interview, Paul talks to Patrick Brenner. Patrick is Director of Giving with the Foundation, so they talk a bit about end of year opportunities to support the Foundation and its work in New Mexico. Of course, at a small organization like RGF, Patrick wears more than one hat and Patrick has personal experience working with New Mexico'…
 
RGF sues the State of New Mexico on overreaching donor disclosure law. Legislative Finance Committee: “State child care assistance is not impacting education outcomes for kids.” What TABOR could mean to New Mexico. Left-wing groups take us "through the looking glass" in a video attacking the NM Senate for being "too conservative." How do New Mexico…
 
On this week's show, Paul sits down with Steven Slivinski with the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty at Arizona State University. Steven and his organization recently published the first-ever "Doing Business North America 2019" report which is modeled on a similar report done by the World Bank but on a global basis. In Steven's report, he ex…
 
ART bus crashes were a regular occurrence during the first week of operation. What might happen next? The latest NM budget information is in. UNM asks for TIDD, why? San Juan College faculty votes to unionize. APS 2020 budget: $1,475,755,646, 79,000 students = $18,680 per student. The Governor is looking at buying a plane. Will it be green?…
 
On this week's interview podcast, Paul sits down with Jeff Apodaca. Jeff ran for governor of New Mexico in 2018 as a Democrat. He is the son of a former Governor of New Mexico. He played for the UNM Lobos football team and is now an entrepreneur and still very involved in New Mexico politics including having a television show. Check out this wide-r…
 
On this week's discussion show, Paul and Wally begin by discussing the departure of UNM football coach Bob Davie and the University's payout to him. Next, Paul and Wally attempt to shed some light on the City of Albuquerque's botched reporting of crime data. Finally, ART is finally rolling down Albuquerque streets. Then, Paul and Wally do a "deep d…
 
Today on Stuck In the Desert, The Rat asks You some questions about homelessness, and shares a New Mexico article about others working what seems to be effective plan to alleviate their suffering. Also an article from The Atlantic with an interesting perspective. Support the platform that hosts this podcast-whenitwascool.com…
 
On this episode, Paul sits down with Rep. Jason Harper. Jason is one of the most knowledgeable people in the New Mexico Legislature when it comes to taxation and especially the horrendous New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax. Jason and Paul discuss the disastrous 2019 legislative session, the oil boom, and the opportunities it poses for New Mexico. Finall…
 
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