There is no language in the rule cited stating that you are required to join a public school affiliated team in order to participate. It only states that home schooled kids participating on public school affiliated teams count towards the results of the school. There is nothing in there disqualifying people not affiliated with a public school.
There is no language ANYWHERE in NM legislation that says what NMAA says it does!
November 18, 2015 at 9:04pm
That’s idiotic. Nobody is going to tell you publicly and on the record that they agree with something that they know is seen negatively even if they do. Surveys are notoriously unreliable because people tend to give the socially acceptable answer rather than their genuine opinion.
 November 15, 2015 at 2:15pm
She actually ended up blowing the marine corp ball off, after gaining so much good will from agreeing to do it.
 November 15, 2015 at 11:59am
First off this is not an upset, let alone one of stunning caliber. There haven’t been enough womens fights in the UFC to establish that Rousey was actually even good let alone as good as many were trying to make her out to be.
It’s about time this fraud was exposed. She is a creation of Dana White. She’s been facing nothing but handpicked bums up to that point that played into her one trick pony wheelhouse. There are several other world class strikers that Rousey and White have been ducking for over five years, and this is exactly why.
 November 15, 2015 at 11:50am
Nothing was misinterpreted. What you said was just moronic.
 October 17, 2015 at 1:44am
She had a relatively reasonable reason to be somewhat suspicious of what this guy wanted.
But there isn’t anything in this story or the video that shows this was some kind of thwarted attack. Stalkers slink around in shadows trying not to be seen, they don’t try to engage their targets in conversation or go knock on their doors.
And if he was out to attack her he would have just bum rushed her the instant she opened the door.
 September 12, 2015 at 12:50am
Sorry man you’re just grasping at straws. Everyone knows what calling something a clown show means.
If he wanted to say that their speeches were pointless and distracting from the real issue he could have just said that directly. Or he could have said they were bizarre or out of place or something. Using the wording he did is clearly intended to insult the people making them. You’re free to pretend you believe what you said, but you’re barking up the wrong tree if you think you’re going to convince me.
 September 11, 2015 at 4:13pm
No. Calling something a clown show is a direct implication that it was put on by clowns. It’s a phrase designed to insult the people, not their actions.
 September 11, 2015 at 1:39pm
I like how he calls her a clown again in his apology for calling her a clown. You’ve made it Glenn, you’re a real politician now.
@Rowgue -- You're right. And I don't believe this was a spontaneous "bad moment." He even expounded on his clown comment by referring to her conversation with Trump and talking about how he didn't "recognize her anymore." This was not a spur of the moment thing. It had been festering.
He was referring to Donald Trump's and possibly Palin's speech as a clown show. (Just like when someone makes a reference to a dog and pony show, they are not actually calling the presenters dogs and ponies.)
Yes, his “apology” included that he was wrong for ever having thought she was anything great to begin with. It was the most backhanded second slap I have ever heard. Beck is a real jerk, im sorry for the years I spent defending him!!!
 September 9, 2015 at 3:10pm
He’s totally correct except for one thing. It is not a misunderstanding. It is a very conscious and intentional perversion. People are well aware of the what the constitution actually says and what the scope of government was intended to be, they just intentionally interpret it creatively to suit their purposes.
 September 9, 2015 at 2:52pm
Well isn’t that convenient.
 September 7, 2015 at 2:55pm
Criminal assault with intent to injure. File charges.
[-1] September 7, 2015 at 2:39pm
Colleges don’t produce yearbooks. Great story but it’s made up.
What a silly thing to say. Colleges and universities most certainly DO produce yearbooks (the university I work at currently has yearbooks going back to 1918 - the first year the school held classes). Every college I know of produces yearbooks and most go back at least to the early 1900s. Many are electronic only in this day and age, but they still produce them.
September 7, 2015 at 2:28pm
Carrying a gun is not illegal. What you did was illegal.
 September 7, 2015 at 2:21pm
Exactly. Gee we have access to the best medical care in the world (for now) in our backyard. Let’s go to a third world country that has veterinarians running hospitals that’s known for kidnapping/human trafficking/etc to have hour baby. That sounds like a great idea.
[-8] September 7, 2015 at 1:51pm
This was just a cheesy flirting technique. If that was a male cop it doesn’t happen.
You evidently don't read enough news sources, it is happening all over America. Even without notifying the police they are being protected in Texas
September 4, 2015 at 2:44pm
Sorry to break it to any Tebow fans, but people playing in the final preseason game are not making the team. They only play guys they know aren’t going to be on the roster in that game so they don’t risk any additional injuries leading into the regular season.
 September 4, 2015 at 2:28pm
These morons were trespassing on private property. They don’t have a leg to stand on. You don’t have the right to assemble/protest/etc on someones private property. They are under no obligation to let you stay there or let you protest, and they have every right to use whatever force is necessary to remove you and defend their property. You being there is inherently an act of aggression and violence.
They';ve been getting away with it so long with the roll over and bare your throat wussies in our gov't, it's a shock when someone stands up to their BS!
 September 4, 2015 at 2:20pm
If she’s so grateful for the opportunity to be there why didn’t she show up when she was first subpeanaed when all of this took place rather than waiting several years?
[-3] September 4, 2015 at 2:01pm
That depends entirely on the officer involved. Despite the rhetoric people love to spout about 99.9% of officers being dedicated honorable people, the sad truth is there are a lot of people in uniform that shouldn’t be. It’s closer to 50% than .1%
As someone that has had direct oversight and been feduciarily responsible for the actions of law enforcement officers (for a PD ranked as top 1%) It's an 80% to 20% good to bad split. The PPA always "proactively defends" its members regardless.
Police officers can be counted on to lie in court. They will always protect their own even when they know we're dealing with someone that should not be in uniform.
I've had to pay for attorneys to defend indefensible actions and carve over 10 million dollars out of a general fund to cover settlements. Lets uust say I've had my eyes openned by a corporate culture that embraced a policy of beat and release for minor misdemeanor offenses.
LOE is not a unique skill set. My community has well over 50,000 citizens with equal if not suprrior skills. Of course our previous chief, the municipal HR director and city manager openly stated prior military are unqualified.
Here are a few of the incidents. A ptsd retired first sergeant discharged a firearm into his yard and then refused to answer his door. No at risk, neighbors not concerned so the solution was 2 armored vehicles, 30 excessively armed men, the bomb robot was used to place a field improvised bomb which totaled the building ...... or when I got the PD tasers ...... in the first 3 weeks over 1000 discharged units. Lack of restraint doesn't do it justice ...... and based on peer review 99% of depts were worse than mine.