American Enterprise Institute Education expert Rick Hess spoke yesterday at Rio Grande Foundation events in Albuquerque and Roswell. His Albuquerque remarks were video-recorded and are available below. The Albuquerque Journal covered Hess' talk and that article is available here.
Carl Graham recently sat down and talked with Fred Martino of KRWG TV in Las Cruces. The video of Graham's interview can be seen below. Feel free to fast-forward through the valentine to heavily-subsidized so-called "renewable" industry to the 5:25 mark when Graham's interview starts. After Graham's interview, there is an interesting (albeit one-sided) discussion of the land the State of New Mexico could receive due to the Organ Mountains Monument land grab.
Graham and Gessing sat down with KNAT TV host Ethel Maharg to discuss federal lands policy in New Mexico:
Carl Graham of the Coalition for Self Government and I had a whirlwind tour of New Mexico to discuss federal lands issues in the West and New Mexico in particular. We discussed New Mexico's economy and how it is impacted by federal lands as well as solutions like "Financial Ready" and "Transfer of Federal Lands" (TPLA) legislation.
Carl spoke at a well-attended public meeting in Albuquerque:
Rob Nikolewski of Capitol Report New Mexico covered the Albuquerque event and interviewed Graham here.
More information will certainly follow on this important issue.
The Rio Grande Foundation hosted a luncheon on May 13, 2014 with Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of the grassroots/Tea Party group FreedomWorks. Kibbe is the author of "Don't Hurt People and Don't Take Their Stuff" and he discussed the book and its message at the event.
Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation recently appeared on KNAT TV to discuss the prospects of the electric car company Tesla locating its "gigafactory" in New Mexico. Interview time is about 15 minutes. Check it out below:
Paul Gessing recently appeared on KNAT TV to discuss the Rio Grande Foundation's "Freedom Index," the results of the 2014 legislative session, what issues were dealt with, and which policy ideas need to be discussed in order to turn New Mexico's struggling economy and education systems around. Interview lasts about 15 minutes.
Stephen Moore was, until recently, an editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal and is now Chief Economist at Heritage Foundation. He spoke to a luncheon sponsored by the Rio Grande Foundation about what needs to be done to turn New Mexico's economy around as well as what can be done to improve the United States economy.
Click here for Moore's slides. Video of Moore's presentation can be found below:
For even more information, check out the story Capitol Report New Mexico published on the event which included an interview with Moore.