Truth Should Lead the Conversation
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Truth Should Lead the Conversation

  • Post published:July 21, 2015
  • Post category:Issues

 

Mr. Wright said, “The meeting was publicly announced and open to everyone. . . Evidently radical environmentalists worry that facts will expose their prevarications.” 

His concluding thought:  “Kudos to Carla Sonntag and the New Mexico Business Coalition for organizing the energy summit and openly inviting those with opposing views.” 

Read the Letter to the Editor here.

 

Missed the Energy Summit?  There is another opportunity for you to learn the facts and clear up misconceptions on current energy issues in Farmington on August 18, 5 pm, at Merrion Oil & Gas.  The Fossil Fuel Opposition Update will feature a panel of leading experts in the energy production and distribution industry, including Ron Darnell, Senior Vice President, PNM, Mark Mathis, Film Director/Producer and Author and Thomas E. Mullins, Engineering Manager, Synergy Operating, LLC. 

This event is FREE thanks to these great sponsors:

Host:  Merrion Oil and Gas
ConocoPhillips
Allen & Gayla McCulloch
Bayless Producer, LLC
Bill & Jean Hagler
Farmington Chamber of Commerce
Four Corners Economic Development


RSVP for the Farmington Fossil Fuel Update HERE.


NM Needs Affordable Energy:
  Lights, televisions and microwaves are conveniences that we take for granted; but our refrigerators, air conditioners and heaters are necessities that support life.  Who can afford to replace the food in their refrigerator every time the wind doesn’t blow and sun doesn’t shine?

We can always add more expensive renewable energy to the portfolio, but we should not shut down dispatchable energy sources that produce power “on demand”.  Unfortunately, the loudest voices are those that are pushing unreliable and unaffordable energy no matter the cost or consequences.  Read the Op-Ed by New Mexico Reps. Rod Montoya, James Strickler, Larry Scott and Jim Townsend, and Sens. Bill Sharer and Steve Neville HERE.

Want a Custom Built .556 Rifle or a 7 Day Vacation?  Purchase a raffle ticket today – one ticket is $20, three for $50 or TEN for $100!  The raffle will be held at the 2015 Heroes Luncheon on August 27, so get your ticket today before time runs out!   You do not need to be present to win.

black briar 556 *Photo for illustrative purposes – not actual gun being raffled. 

The NMBC has membership opportunities for everyone!  CLICK HERE to get more information.