NM Senate Approves Red Flag Gun Law, Is Pot Next? New Journal Poll Shows Most New Mexicans in Favor of Legalizing Pot

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I’m am not surprised the Red Flag gun law passed. I beleive there is a good chance these Red Flag laws will end up in the U.S. Supreme Court. The ABQ Journal reports that a County sheriff suggested the measure would be challenged in court if signed into law by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

NM Senate Approves Red Flag Gun Law

The Journal released a poll yesterday showing that a slim majority of New Mexicans support this Red Flag law. Journal Red Flag Gun Law Poll Now today, the Journal released a poll showing that the majority of New Mexicans support legalizing pot! It is still going to be a battle for the Governor to get her pot bill passed. I have been praying that this will not happen. Things are really changing in our state very fast, and not for the good. Journal Pot Poll

We are a state that kills God’s babies, over 5,000 last year. What about that Governor?

We stand for life here at FGGAM standing in the gap for God. This pot business sends us further into the pot of darkness. Pot heads driving? We already have drunks killing people. I am very sadden how fast we are going down hill morally as a nation. We are last in Child-well being. It is tragic how New Mexico treats God’s children.

How can New Mexico sleep at night with the killing of God’s babies and so many children living in poverty? This is the world we live in, this is the world my grandbabies are growing up in, shame on all of us.

I want to thank former Congressman Bill Redmond of Los Alamos, NM for his words of encouragement to me this week. Pastor Bill said, “Where do you find the energy to stay on top of everything, its amazing!” Bill is one of my heroes. He should be Governor. Bill is a gold mine for God. Full of God and such Godly intelligence, the most intelligent politician I have ever met, now he is a Pastor! AMEN! I do my best for God and people like you and Bill fuel the engines of me and Sharon with love and care. I am up every morning from 2am to 3:30am to report to you. It is my calling from God.

Daily Christian Quotes


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Never count anything the Lord has called you to do ‘minor’ or ‘mundane.’

Press Release from the NM House:

New Mexico Legislators Unite to Fight Dangerous “Red Flag” Gun Bill

A bipartisan group of New Mexico Legislators are united in opposition to SB5, the so-called “red-flag” gun bill, which would deny citizens’ Second Amendment rights without due process. However, the measure narrowly passed the New Mexico Senate on Friday by a vote of 22-20.

Under SB5, any person could be “red flagged” on the basis of unsubstantiated allegations. The majority of the “red flag” orders would result in mandatory confiscation of firearms and ammunition without due process or advanced notice to the affected person, or the opportunity to explain or defend themselves before a judge.

“This bill completely disregards due process for the individual” said Senator Craig Brandt (R-Rio Rancho), “It endangers civil liberties. It’s an assault on the U.S. Constitution.”

There is no requirement to establish an “extreme risk,” and no medical or expert evidence is needed regarding the person who is the target of the “red flag” petition. 

Even the ACLU in California has opposed similar legislation, citing the protection of individual civil liberties, and the potential for the misuse and abuse of such a law. 

My Post from August of 2019:

Try explaining this to God………

It is a very, very sad of state of affairs here in New Mexico. We show that we are not taking care of God’s Babies through abortion and neglect. We, the people of New Mexico should be ashamed. I know the word shame is not accepted in today’s world, but I am not of this world……it is shameful behavior New Mexico! Governor Lujan Grisham will be pushing her abortion bill in 2020, full-term abortion, abortion after birth, shame! With August being Child Support Awareness Month and the U.S. having the seventh highest child poverty rate among economically developed countries, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s States with the Most Underprivileged Children as well as accompanying videos.

  • New Mexico has the highest child food-insecurity rate, 24.10 percent, which is 2.5 times higher than in North Dakota, the state with the lowest at 9.80 percent.

In order to bring awareness to the condition of underprivileged children throughout the U.S., WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 26 key measures of neediness. The data set ranges from share of children in households with below-poverty income to child food-insecurity rate to share of maltreated children.

States with the Most Underprivileged Kids
1 District of Columbia 11 Arizona
2 New Mexico 12 Arkansas
3 West Virginia 13 South Dakota
4 Mississippi 14 South Carolina
5 Louisiana 15 Oregon
6 Alaska 16 Florida
7 Oklahoma 17 Kentucky
8 Alabama 18 Georgia
9 Indiana 19 Montana
10 Nevada 20 Tennessee

Key Stats

  • New Mexico has the highest child food-insecurity rate, 24.10 percent, which is 2.5 times higher than in North Dakota, the state with the lowest at 9.80 percent.
  • Mississippi has the most infant deaths (per 1,000 live births), nine, which is 2.3 times more than in Massachusetts, the state with the fewest at four.
  • West Virginia has the highest share of children in foster care, 1.76 percent, which is 6.8 times higher than in Virginia, the state with the lowest at 0.26 percent.
  • Texas has the highest share of uninsured children aged 0 to 18, 11.00 percent, which is 7.9 times higher than in Massachusetts, the state with the lowest at 1.40 percent.
  • Kentucky has the highest share of maltreated children, 2.21 percent, which is 13 times higher than in Pennsylvania, the state with the lowest at 0.17 percent.

To view the full report and your state or the District’s rank, please visit:
https://wallethub.com/edu/best-worst-states-underprivileged-children/5403/

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