During this time of economic distress in our state and nation, when we should be united and working together to get people back to work, we have never been more divided. But worse than that, are the ongoing threats to the American way of life by a socialist, political agenda that is all about creating power and dependence on bigger government, not the well-being of New Mexicans.
Some elected officials, like members of the Las Cruces City Council who voted to raise taxes, don’t understand that VOTERS are the boss. We encourage Las Cruces residents to VOTE and remember what a local resident said, “Elections have consequences and it’s time to elect councilors who will protect our assets rather than consume them.”
Albuquerque VOTERS also have an important choice to make: In the coming weeks, the New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) will provide information about the options between the candidates in the Albuquerque City Council run-off election.
Why do people who want to raid the Permanent Fund dislike children so much? The NMBC is pleased to announce the keynote speaker for the November 14th BASH (Business and Social Hour) is Mark Meckler, President of Citizens for Self-Governance. Mark is a regular contributor on Fox News, Fox Business and many other media outlets across the political spectrum. Mark is a regular guest speaker at public events across the political spectrum and is an expert on communicating with conservative, moderate and liberal audiences.
The topic for Mark’s keynote at the BASH will be New Mexico ‘s Permanent Fund controversy, starting with the question, “Why do people who want to raid the Permanent Fund dislike children so much. Don’t they care about New Mexico’s kids?” Get Tickets NOW and SAVE: The BASH on November 14, 2013 is from 4:30 – 6:30 pm, at the Albuquerque Country Club. NMBC members are FREE – RSVP required; non-members $10 until November 1st, $15 after November 1st. Not an NMBC member? Join us today.
Oil and Gas Career & Education Fair: New Mexico MESA (Math, Engineering, and Science Achievement) has joined with the Oil & Gas Industry to highlight job opportunities in the state’s most vibrant industry on October 29-30. For more information, including sponsor opportunities, visit www.nmmesa.org or contact Amanda Trujillo at email@example.com
Contact the New Mexico Business Coalition at (505) 836-4223 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can join the NMBC.