Category Archives: Legislation

Voter Registration – The First Line of Defense

Today’s Clovis New Journal headlines a complaint about a cancelled voter registration. See it here: http://cnjonline.com/2016/09/30/voter-registration-denial-questioned/ Here is the story background: When government is built by the people, the most basic right and responsibility of the citizen is the right … Continue reading

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Citizen’s Right to Petition Denied by City

On May 1st, the High Plains Patriots joined the New Mexico Citizens Coalition in submitting a petition for the election of an ordinance that requires photo identification of voters in Clovis municipal elections. The city of Rio Rancho has this … Continue reading

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The Green Movement Wants to Control Your Property and You

What if the “green” movement isn’t saving the earth, but instead is enslaving humanity? BLUE is more than a film, it’s an idea. Ideas have the power to change the way we think, begin movements, and even change the world. … Continue reading

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The States Gave Power to DC – The States May Take It Away.

The Convention of States is a project of the Citizens for Self Governance. According to the website dedicated to this project: Citizens concerned for the future of their country, under a federal government that’s increasingly bloated, corrupt, reckless and invasive, … Continue reading

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Watch the Sheriff – That’s the One Who Watches Out for You!

Last night’s forum gave the High Plains Patriots some sound reassurances regarding protection of our Constitutional rights from the three candidates for Curry County Sheriff. One of the questions posed at the candidate forum was this: The 2nd Amendment to … Continue reading

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A Rose (or an MOU), by any other name, still has thorns!

What can you do to get something passed when the public doesn’t like it? Call it something else and move quickly!  The Cannon AFB MOU (Memorandum of Understanding)  has not been able to pass the LGMC (Local Growth Management Committee) because … Continue reading

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The Letter

Accusations against Clovis City Commissioners for sending an informational letter to  legislative committees considering HB 77 have repeatedly appeared in the local news media.  Despite the complaints being made, the letter itself has not been printed nor displayed on media websites.  (HB 77 would impose FFL transfer … Continue reading

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