Thursday, May 05, 2016


It was exhilarating to see a group of economists and tax experts take on the right wing Rio Grande Foundation's assertion that New Mexico's taxes are too high.  The well respected professional group really showed what a shallow entity that  Foundation really is. They effectively put a dunce cap on Paul Guessing, its chief purveyor of bad information.   It is interesting that Wynn Quigley's column in the Albuquerque Journal wrote about it this morning, because that publication regularly publishes OPEDs from the mysteriously funded group.  And those OPEDs are mostly B.S.

I  have to marvel at the ingenuity of the people behind the "Meow Wolf" exhibition in Santa Fe.  That unusual art show has spawned a new destination spot for people all over the planet.  It is now spawning other economic development in the area.  Oh, that  we could get that kind of innovative development out of our current city administration in the Duke City.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It was fun to volunteer on the House of Eternal Return project for Meow Wolf. It is good for Santa Fe, too!
Kayla Krattiger