Tragedy prompts prayers

By Anita Doberman: Columnist Everyone is talking about the Virginia Tech tragedy. We are shocked as individuals and as a society. As a parent, I cannot imagine the pain and anguish families and students must be experiencing. I then think about the young man’s family and the anguish they must be going through. I can’t […]

Letters: CIA has reasons for insisting on secrecy

In reference to the Clovis News Journal’s decision to name the Central Intelligence Agency officer who had planned to speak at Eastern New Mexico University last week: Having grown up and worked in Washington, D.C., I’ve known a number of people who worked for the CIA. Their wives know who they work for; the guy […]

Deregulation incorrectly blamed in power struggle

Although some diagnosticians seem to be narrowing in on Cleveland as the physical source of the initial problems that led to the massive Eastern seaboard electrical blackout last week, a definitive determination may still take awhile. Meanwhile, the discussion is turning to the kinds of policies that made such a failure likely and what kind […]