J.D. Greear: Most Christians don’t intend to become Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot never intended to make Sodom his home, and he certainly didn’t intend to be included in its judgment. But many Christians, like Lot, are so attracted to the world that they make their home as close to it as possible. They end up identifying as much with the world as they do with the people of God.
The Governor and the Mayor of Albuquerque have been very silent on all the Satanic crime going on in our state! Did you ever hear a word out of the Mayor on crime after he was reelected??? Did you ever hear a word from Mayor Keller after the 7-year-old boy was run down and killed by that crazy driver of the all-terrain vehicle at River of Lights? Why was the Mayor and Police Chief allowing these thugs to drive those machines on our roads in the first place??? Racing cars, reckless motorcycles and All-terrain vehicle have been raising hell in the City. Street racers face few consequences when caught in Albuquerque Albuquerque is the modern day ‘wild west city.’ I wonder if the Mayor ever called the parents of the little boy or went to visit them? I wonder if the Governor did? I just hear crickets from the Mayor and Governor on the issues of WE THE PEOPLE! Children are dying in this state! CYFD needs to be torn down…..start over, cut all the fat and ugly out! It continues to fail the children of New Mexico! And we let this continue???????? How dysfunctional is that?????!!!!!!!! Don’t get me started on abortion in New Mexico! Satanic! Oh! Yea! Legalized pot will do great harm to our children…watch out the oncoming destruction! Look at what we are going to do to our children: How Pot Affects Your Mind and Body
In New Mexico you can now get home delivery of BOOZE! BOY! New Mexico loves to FEED ADDICTIONS! Affects of Booze, New Mexico loves its Booze! NOT GOOD!
How can anyone be happy with the situation here in New Mexico? Horrible!
As the adults argue, our children die.
KOB TV quoted Attorney General Hector Balderas: “I’ll be blunt to you,” Balderas said. “Some of New Mexico’s criminal laws are drastically behind the times. For far too long, New Mexico has ranked below the national average in keeping our children safe and our families safe due to stunningly low and ineffective penalties.”
Where have you been Mr. AG? Your finally realizing this??????? How long have you been AG? My goodness! New Mexico is so good at allowing dysfunction to grow and grow! Fault is not only on the Dems but also on they GOP, they had their opportunity to really change the state with 8 years of Governor Martinez. The GOP wasted those years! 8 YEARS!!!!
Will New Mexico ever change? The real problem is that many in New Mexico need JESUS! All this comes down to. is hearts for JESUS. This is Spiritual Warfare. I have lived here since 1995 and the dysfunction of New Mexico only gets worse. Too many high school pep rally’s and not enough action! Tougher laws can help, but JESUS is the only true answer. New Mexico, like all of America has become very lawless. JESUS! JESUS! Politics is the playground of Satan. We are a very divided nation that is falling apart everyday. We all are failing our children. If God handed out report cards, I think we all would get an F.
You need to read this:
I pray for those that do not know the LORD! They will be swept away. All Christians must carry out THE GREAT COMMISSION, It is a command from our LORD!
The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation. He is my stronghold, my refuge and my savior (2 Samuel 22:2-3).
FGGAM received this news release yesterday from the New Mexico GOP:
STATEMENT: House GOP on current crime crisis and Governor’s new respect for GOP initiatives
House Speaker Brian Egolf and House Democrats have, since 2016, decried so-called Republican “all crime, all the time” priorities. Unfortunately since 2016, so many New Mexicans have been murdered or been affected by violent crime.
Governor Lujan Grisham has held office for three years, and despite having to send State Police into Albuquerque due to high crime in 2019, her administration has avoided seriously addressing violent crimes and providing justice for victims’ families while so many are dying because of homicide.
Mayor Keller avoided talking about crime during his first election, and spent the past year campaigning while at least 117 people were murdered in Albuquerque.
There is a disturbing pattern here, and hopefully with the Governor now taking Republican crime proposals seriously, maybe we can honor and provide justice to the many families and victims of violent crime that has thus far been ignored and sidelined by progressive politicians.
Love this from My Mentor Charles Stanley: It’s foolish to think that our own wisdom is sufficient to guide us. The human mind, while rational, is incapable of seeing the true nature of many situations and events. What is good may not always be best, and what is presented as truth is sometimes a lie. Pride in our own judgment hinders access to godly wisdom.
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FGGAM received this news release last night:
NM House GOP calls on Governor to address concerns and issues facing New Mexicans in upcoming session
Santa Fe – Today the NM House Republican Caucus requested that the Governor support important legislation in the 2nd Session of the 54th Legislature. Per the Constitution, the office of Governor is granted authority to determine the agenda for the 30-day regular session in which the Legislature is required to appropriate the state budget.
House Republicans are appealing to the Governor to address several key areas of concern in the state. The Republican caucus is concerned that with an upcoming election, the Governor and her administration will seek to tailor a hyper-partisan agenda instead of allowing lawmakers to work across the aisle to address the many serious and concerning needs of New Mexicans that have boiled over during the Governor’s two-years of unabated use of the Emergency Powers Act.
House Republicans request that the following list of legislative topics be deemed germane, in order to foster a less partisan and more New Mexico focused legislative session:
- Any and all legislation designed to reduce the growing number of violent crimes within the state, improve the ability of law enforcement officers to fulfill their sworn duties, and ensuring convicted criminals are held accountable for their actions.
- Any and all legislation designed to improve the ability of law enforcement and the judicial system to ensure multiple DWI offenders are prohibited from driving on our streets and highways.
- Any and all legislation to address the long-term negative impacts of HB 75, the medical malpractice bill enacted during the 2021 regular session, to ensure doctors and other medical professionals will be able to purchase sufficient insurance coverage so they can continue serving their patients and not be forced to leave the state.
- Any and all legislation to reform the management and delivery of services by the Children, Youth and Families Department to help protect the well-being of our state’s most vulnerable children.
- Any and all legislation to require state employees to return to their offices in a safe and healthy manner in order to restore a responsive state government and require state departments and agencies to act in a more consumer friendly manner.
- Any and all legislation which improves our state’s public education system by expanding the choices New Mexico families have in selecting the best school for their children and require state dollars for education assistance follow the student rather than being tied to an specific public school.
- Any and all legislation that would prohibit the teaching of any component of critical race theory in our public schools.
- Any and all legislation to prohibit vaccine mandates and protect the privacy of any employee who has decided not to be vaccinated by prohibiting any governmental agency from requesting vaccination records from employers.
- Any and all legislation to codify past and current executive orders to lessen the regulatory burden on small businesses and require state departments and agencies to grant reciprocity rights for licenses and certificates of trained professionals and trades people issued by other states.
- Any and all legislation to place a time limit on any public health emergency declared by the Governor and require the Governor to call the Legislature into a special session so that the circumstances of the emergency may be considered before the Governor’s declaration can be extended.
House Republicans also request that the Governor and Secretary of State cease pushing their Election Code legislation that is designed to benefit Democrat candidates on the 2022 general election ballot. In their letter, House Republican leadership asserted that the out-of-touch proposal will reduce the public’s faith in the electoral process. Until honest bipartisan discussions on changes to the Election Code occur, House Republicans cannot support or request that the Governor add this topic to the call of the Legislature.
The House Republican Caucus Leadership is hopeful that in an election year, and with the eyes of voters watching, that the Governor will adhere to a fair and transparent legislative session that includes vigorous bipartisan debate on the failures and missed opportunities from the past three years.
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Valencia County Commission Appoints Brian Baca to Replace Retiring State Rep. Alonzo Baldonado
FGGAM received this news release last night. Picture above is Greg Baca on the left and retiring NM State Rep. Alonzo Baldonado.
Los Lunas, NM – This evening, in a special meeting, the Valencia County Commission appointed Brian Baca to fill the vacant State House of Representatives District 8 seat following the retirement of former State Rep. Alonzo Baldonado.
Newly appointed State Rep. Brian Baca (R-Los Lunas) is the Deputy Superintendent of Los Lunas Schools, a role he has served since 2018. Baca has worked for Los Lunas Schools since 2001, and previously was a Special Education Teacher with Ruidoso Schools and Los Lunas High School. Baca is an educator with more than two decades of leadership experience. Baca’s background in education leadership provides a record of leading large-scale initiatives focused on community achievement, financial management, human capital strategies, facilities master-planning, and policy and governance.
“I am happy with the choice the Valencia County Commission made this evening, and am thankful that they were proactive in handling this search in order to ensure that our county has representation in the upcoming legislative session,” said State Rep. Kelly Fajardo (R-Los Lunas). “Newly appointed State Rep. Brian Baca has long been a strong advocate and partner for Valencia County. His many years of experience in education will certainly be a positive addition to the New Mexico House of Representatives.”
Currently, Baca oversees and supports the personnel, athletics, safety and security, and transportation departments for Los Lunas Schools. Baca has been a district administrator since 2007 and has served at the cabinet level within the school district for over ten years.
“The New Mexico House Republican Caucus welcomes Brian Baca to the House of Representatives,” said House Republican Leader Jim Townsend (Artesia). “Mr. Baca’s years of educational service to New Mexico will provide valuable insight and knowledge to the debates we have in the state legislature.”