New Mexican governor Michelle Lujan Grisham decided guns are a ‘public health concern,’ so she issued a suspension of the Second Amendment to the Constitution for a period of thirty days in and around Albuquerque.
OPINION — Today our subject is People Who Stepped In It, where we will discuss some of the biggest blunders in our country’s history, as judged by two criteria. One, they had to be public blunders that were in the news, so that time I went to Higgenbotham’s lumber yard in Brady and tried to shake a can of paint myself, because everyone who worked there was busy, and I ended up breaking their paint shaking machine doesn’t count. Whew. Sorry about that, by the way.
OPINION — Sometimes this column basically writes itself. Not literally, of course, since I still have to do all the typing, which is kind of a pain. It would be great if I opened up Microsoft Word and found an actual column already typed out, but it doesn’t work that way. For some reason.
OPINION — Robert Duvall played the character of Boss Spearman in ‘Open Range.’ When he caught his young hand, Button, cheating during a friendly poker game, he told him, ‘A man’s trust is a valuable thing, Button. You don’t want to lose it for a handful of cards.’