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Looking back at summers spent in New Mexico

May 5, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

I’ve been thinking lately how school is coming to an end and soon our students will be done with their studies, tests, and assignments as summer approaches. Since there are not a lot of options left for kids in Roswell, I think back to my own summers past and how I spent them with my [&hellip...

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My message to France: Vive la Révolution!

May 4, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

The third major conflict in the war to save Western civilization is upon us. The struggle between globalism and nationalism has now reached France. France is in a period of political upheaval as its mainstream parties were defeated in the first round of this...

A reintroduction of myself and my columns

May 2, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

I’m back! Tell your friends. Following is a reprint of the last column I wrote for the RDR and thought it summaries my background for all the new readers and brings everyone else up to date. Next week, I will resume the topic series that we ended with...

Making the most of 22 acres of worthless land

April 29, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

If you ever get the chance to visit San Francisco, plan ahead. I strongly recommend that you visit a 22 acre piece of land that has a long, rich history and has served many purposes. This property was originally settled by the Spanish and then became United...

The spiritual, material salvation from self-sacrifice

April 28, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

This is a message for those in the sweet-spot of their lives, with enough weather in their years to understand the weight of life, but still young enough to change the world from a self-centered, me first, materialistic, race to the grave, to God’s vision...

Read the good news coming out of Roswell

April 28, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

Good morning everyone and a good day it is when you can open the Roswell Daily Record and find an abundance of great news to read about in our fair city. First, I read about Sarah Bradley and her miraculous gift of life in the form of a heart transplant....

GM, not organic, will feed the world

April 27, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

Ever since Mendel and his peas, the field of genetics has been constantly advancing for the benefit of humanity, with one immense breakthrough, the development of the Crispr-Cas9 genome editing technique, occurring only several years ago. However, dear...

Pit bulls aren’t vicious, deserve a better reputation

April 27, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

If you had to think about a breed of dangerous dog what type of breed would you think of? I bet you wouldn’t say a labradoodle or golden retriever, would you? My best guess it that you would say a pit bull. I want to prove that this lovable breed is not...

Herbal remedies — don’t try that at home

April 26, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

Most people will remember their mom or grandmother soothing a cough with tea and honey or making you gargle as a kid with warm salt water. Home remedies have a long history when doctors, nurses and hospitals were sparse. Each region and culture had its own...

We are living in a world with little privacy

April 22, 2017 • EditorialComments (0)

There is no privacy anymore. It seems that everything people do is being watched or recorded. Today we live in a world with the highest accountability in the history of mankind. Everything you say or do can and may be used against you. A random picture can be...