Monthly Archives: August 2014

The digital divide and rural New Mexico

The digital divide in America – those who do and those who do not have access to the Internet – runs especially deep in rural New Mexico. Is it digital injustice or just the painfully slow development of the necessary … Continue reading

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Health care is rationed, one way or another

Health care policy is an endless debate in the USA, and in New Mexico the debate has its own special complications. Thoughts about how theories and ethics bump up against pragmatic realities come to mind in the wake of two … Continue reading

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The political issues you don’t hear about

During the political season, while you’re listening to what candidates want to tell you, there’s another form of communication that most of us don’t see. It happens every election season. Maybe it should be more public. Organizations of every political … Continue reading

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