341 Oil, Gas and Hydrogen, Balloon Fiesta, Soccer Stadium Update and more

On this week’s conversation, Paul and Wally discuss the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association conference that Paul attended. Gov. MLG also made headlines with her talk of hydrogen as an energy source.

After a year hiatus, Albuquerque’s International Balloon Fiesta is back. They stood up to the Gov. on vaccine mandates. Paul and his family attended the Balloon Glow Saturday and Paul shares what he saw.

Early voting kicks off statewide United Stadium appears to be unpopular despite a slick ad campaign. It’s important to understand that bonds are debt and are paid back through taxes. 

Albuquerque Public Schools is looking for a property tax on this fall’s ballot.

COVID cases have dropped 35%. The New York Times acknowledges the “Virus” operates on 2-month cycles.

New social studies requirements from the Public Education Department (PED) were released recently and they are rife with critical race theory. Additionally, PED Secretary Kurt Steinhaus claimed in testimony recently that for New Mexico teacher salaries to be competitive they’d have to DOUBLE. We question that.