How About a TAX CUT for The People of New Mexico!!! ‘Pot of Gold Pep Rally’ Takes Place


New Mexico Politicians have a pot of gold to spend, its the peoples money, but does that matter to these folks? I don’t know. I would hope these folks would cut taxes for the people of New Mexico. I firmly beleive that is the right thing to do with the budget surplus. Put more money in the pockets of the people! Help us. Here is what took place at the ‘pot of gold pep rally’ at the Roundhhouse yesterday: ABQ Journal Report

By the way, I have heard nothing coming from the folks at the Roundhouse about the HUGE property tax increase proposed by Albuquerque Public Schools???!!!??

Who is watching out for the people? I beleive most of the folks at the Merry Roundhouse  are so giddy about all the money they will spend.

New Mexico residents need more money in their pockets……

I posted this yesterday………


Pray for New Mexico, pray for the children of New Mexico, pray for the future of New Mexico, pray for Revival in New Mexico. New Mexico remains 48th in child poverty in America. KOB TV REPORT

New Mexico aborts babies! Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14

From Jan. 10th: New Mexico Worst State to Raise a Family…….

We are in tough shape here in New Mexico, horrendous crimes against children and women. Women Dies After Being Attacked By a Man Pray for New Mexico please, for repentance and Revival. New Mexico Sexual Violence

The push is on again in New Mexico to legalize pot. I beleive that the Dems have a good chance of getting it done here in 2019. Where are the people of God? We must speak out on this, more importantly pray for its defeat. We also need to pray for abortion to end in New Mexico. PRAY CHURCH! PREACH IT, PREACHERS FROM THE PULPIT! We have enough problems with drunk driving deaths, now pot heads driving? The Dems are looking in all ther wrong places for cash, they are choosing pot over life. ABQ JOURNAL Report

Abortion, Pot and Drunk Driving are problems the Church needs to address strongly.

New Mexico Abortion Stats

Drunk Driving in New Mexico

Why is the World full of evil?

“So I tell you this, and insist on it in the Lord, that you must no longer live as the Gentiles do, in the futility of their thinking. They are darkened in their understanding and separated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardening of their hearts” Eph 4: 17, 18.

The Scriptures call the mind of the natural man “blinded” 2 Cor. 4:4, “depraved” Romans 1:28, “corrupt” 1 Tim. 6:5, and “unspiritual” Col. 2:18. The natural mind thinks from a humanistic, sin-debased viewpoint. The viewpoint of the flesh directs its thoughts. The sinful mind is under the control of Satan and can never please God because it concentrates on things of the world and not things of the Spirit. The natural mind walks the road of hopelessness and self-destruction.

Happy New Year! With fresh starts in mind – hiring is up with the lowest unemployment rate in close to fifty years yet single-family housing starts are on a slight downward trend, for instance – the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s Best & Worst States to Raise a Family as well as accompanying videos.

To determine the best states in which to put down family roots, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 49 key indicators of family-friendliness. The data set ranges from median family salary to housing affordability to unemployment rate.

Best States for Families Worst States for Families
1 Minnesota 41 Georgia
2 Massachusetts 42 Oklahoma
3 North Dakota 43 South Carolina
4 Vermont 44 Arkansas
5 New Hampshire 45 Nevada
6 New York 46 Alabama
7 Wisconsin 47 West Virginia
8 New Jersey 48 Louisiana
9 Rhode Island 49 Mississippi
10 Nebraska 50 New Mexico

Best vs. Worst

  • Minnesota has the highest median family annual income (adjusted for cost of living), $82,951, which is 1.5 times higher than in New York, where it is lowest at $54,440.
  • Utah has the lowest divorce rate, 15.88 percent, which is 1.6 times lower than in Nevada, where it is highest at 26.19 percent.
  • New Hampshire has the lowest share of families living in poverty, 5.0 percent, which is 3.3 times lower than in Mississippi, where it is highest at 16.6 percent.
  • Mississippi has the lowest average annual cost of early childcare (adjusted for median family income), 6.06 percent, which is 2.9 times lower than in Nebraska, where it is highest at 17.29 percent.
  • Maine has the fewest violent crimes (per 1,000 residents), 1.21, which is 6.9 times fewer than in Alaska, the state with the most at 8.29.

To view the full report and your state’s rank, please visit:

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