Paul and Wally discuss the end of the 2019 legislative session. What happened and what does it mean for New Mexico, especially the Four Corners and rural New Mexico which were directly attacked by a Legislature that focused on urban issues in New Mexico’s biggest cities.
Ed Mayer of Holtec International visits with Paul and Dowd about the design and licensing of an autonomous consolidated interim storage facility for used nuclear fuel canisters in southeastern New Mexico.
Dowd and Paul discuss the GOP Secretary of State situation as the Party’s candidate has quit the race. Dowd and Paul then discuss the exclusive language being used by Democrat CD 1 candidate Deb Haaland. Next, a discussion of the oil and gas industry, especially the boom in exports. Finally, the Janus Supreme Court case is coming during the last week of June. What does that mean?
(Albuquerque, NM) — The Rio Grande Foundation, New Mexico’s free-market think tank, has launched the first podcast focusing exclusively on public-policy and political issues in the Land of Enchantment.
The podcast will be released twice a week, with each show lasting between 20 and 30 minutes.
“Tipping Point New Mexico: The Podcast” will cover policy and political issues of particular interest to citizens of the Land of Enchantment. It will feature interviews with important thought and business leaders from New Mexico and around the nation.
Episodes will be released every Tuesday and Thursday, and they will be posted on the Foundation’s websites www.riograndefoundation.org and www.errorsofenchantment.com. “Tipping Point New Mexico: The Podcast” will soon be available on major social-media platforms, such as iTunes and Stitcher.
“To our knowledge there is currently no other regular podcast dealing with New Mexico public-policy issues or politics,” said Rio Grande Foundation President Paul Gessing. “We intend to fill the void while also providing timely, well-informed content from the free-market perspective.”
Listeners who have useful information — or an important story to tell New Mexicans — can reach the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, radio stations, news outlets, and bloggers are welcome to use “Tipping Point New Mexico: The Podcast” content.
The first podcast posted covered New Mexico’s primary elections which were held earlier this month. The second explains what Rio Grande Foundation is and outlines the history of the organization.
“We’d like to thank Path Three Marketing’s Wally Drangmeister for his assistance in getting ‘Tipping Point New Mexico: The Podcast’ up and running,” Gessing said. “His knowledge, experience, and professionalism have been invaluable.”