Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
By Inside New Mexico
Chairman Steve Pearce has a weekly statewide radio broadcast on Network New Mexico. He will be discussing critical issues that are important to all of us living in the wonderful state of New Mexico.
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Episode 158, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the weak State of the Union Address, Joe Biden’s wounded presidency, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the sanctions against Russia, Ukrainian defiance, Biden’s sinking polls and rejected absentee ballots in the Rio Rancho municipal elections. The Republican Party of New Mexico’s Pre-Primary State Convention was last weekend. You’ll hear excerpts from speeches by gubernatorial candidates Jay Block, Rebecca Dow and Greg Zanetti. You’ll also hear from Ant Thornton, who could become New Mexico’s first African American lt. governor.
March 03, 2022
Episode 157, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the false claims made by the Democratic Party of New Mexico, the soaring national inflation, the Reagan Foundation and Institute, the strength of Republican policies, the personal definition of “success,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s action regarding the truckers convoy, why more people are leaving blue neighborhoods, why Gov. Lujan Grisham lifted her indoor mask mandate, why the Governor failed in her effort to pass key bills this past legislative session, how more voters are becoming fed up with Democratic values, the denial of “60 Minutes” that President Trump’s campaign was spied on, President Biden’s weak stand against Putin and Biden’s call to close Guantanamo Bay.
February 24, 2022
Episode 156, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about conservatism, the importance of conservative values, what Democrats really stand for, the Canadian truckers convoy, the government’s COVID mandates, the drunken driving arrest of NM Rep. Georgene Louis, the report that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign spied on Donald Trump, Gov. Lujan Grisham’s failure to address crime and the federal push to have states set up electric charging stations. And host Derek Underhill interviews Republican Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis who talks about proposed tax cuts, repealing emergency powers, the plastic bag ban, DOJ’s consent decree and COVID vaccines.
February 16, 2022
Episode 155, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the expected rolling blackouts as a result of Democrats’ energy policies, rising gas prices, lawsuits against redrawn redistricting maps, Facebook’s dwindling subscribers, the increase in conservative social media platforms, Republicans censuring Republicans and a look at some of the items on the RNC’s agenda. Steve also discusses Black History Month and RNC’s community centers and the Canadian truckers convoy. And you’ll hear comedian Bill Maher continue his criticism of the left.
February 09, 2022
Episode 154, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about expected rolling blackouts in the state, how the Governor’s green energy plans will be disastrous for New Mexico, dark money in the 2020 presidential race, how some mainstream media are criticizing President Biden and a look at Biden and the Supreme Court. Steve also discusses Nancy Pelosi’s intention to run for reelection, migrants at the southern border dispersing across the nation, courts invalidating voting rules and the RNC opening up community centers. And host Derek Underhill interviews NM House Republican Leader Jim Townsend about key issues in the current legislative session. In particular, Jim discusses his plan for school choice in New Mexico.
February 03, 2022
Episode 153, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve presents an eye-opening dramatization about the origin and handling of COVID. He also discusses a trip taken by Gov. Lujan Grisham when she was in Congress, the Governor becoming a substitute teacher, how Democrats have ruined our education system, how Republicans would improve education and the challenges of ensuring election integrity. Steve also talks to host Bob Clark on KKOB radio about RPNM’s lawsuit against the newly drawn Congressional redistricting maps.
January 27, 2022
Episode 152, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about an RPNM lawsuit to challenge the new Congressional redistricting maps, the partisan changes reflected in the new maps, the filibuster rule in the U.S. Senate, the federal voting rights bill, the confused mind of President Biden, Russian aggression on the world stage and how the narrative on COVID has begun to crumble. Steve also discusses the possibility of a Trump-Clinton rematch, what polls are showing regarding a Trump reelection run and the anger over high government salaries. And host Derek Underhill interviews Rep. Yvette Herrell of the 2nd Congressional District about the new redistricting maps.
January 19, 2022
Episode 151, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the American Legislative Exchange Council’s report card, the dead last ranking of Gov. Lujan Grisham and poor showings for New Mexico’s economic and executive policies, welfare dependency and education. Steve also addresses population shifts in certain states, school shutdowns nationwide, a $200 million fraud lawsuit against the Governor and her administration, how conservative Hispanic voters are leaning more Republican, how the Lujan Grisham administration has failed in education, how the Democrats are a mouthpiece for the unions, why more people are leaving the workforce and the serious problems with the Governor’s proposed voting rights plan.
January 12, 2022
Episode 150, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the anniversary of the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, the Democrats’ fear of Donald Trump, a false claim of Islamophobia, how the media manufacture and manipulate stories, the worsening COVID record of President Biden, more blue states shutting their schools, why Gov. Lujan Grisham may be holding back from closing New Mexico schools, why more Hispanics are aligning with Republicans and why there’s more GOP momentum building in 2022.
January 06, 2022
Episode 149, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about President Biden’s mismanagement of international tensions, the global persecution of Christians and the growing political divide in the United States. Steve breaks down key points made in the book American Harvest by Marie Mutsuki Mockett. This episode also contains a speech delivered by Representative Jim Jordan about the egregious mistreatment of former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
December 29, 2021
Episode 148, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the new partisan redistricting maps signed into law and how those maps reek of gerrymandering, Donald Trump and the January 6 riots, new developments in the JFK assassination, the influx of people moving to red states, the crime wave hitting San Francisco, the Biden vaccine mandates for certain businesses, Michael Flynn being allowed to sue CNN, how the media have become the voice of the Democratic Party and how Democrat-run cities are seeing murder rates soar.
December 22, 2021
Episode 147, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the passing of Bob Dole and his impact on America, Jussie Smollett’s conviction for staging a hate crime, the U.S. Supreme Court allowing the Texas abortion ban law to continue and other key cases facing the conservative High Court, Sen. Mitch McDonnell and the debt ceiling and the continued COVID mandates across the nation. Steve also discusses the supply chain problem, the ongoing crime crisis in Albuquerque, the decision by State Sen. Jacob Candelaria to change party affiliation, the redistricting maps under consideration in Santa Fe and how Democrats are gerrymandering boundaries and the rejection of the proposed PNM-Avangrid merger. And host Derek Underhill talks with Albuquerque City Councilor-elect Renee Grout about her big victory in the December 7 runoff election.
December 14, 2021
Episode 146, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks with Frank Nymeyer of Carlsbad radio about vaccination mandates to visit the Roundhouse, failed COVID policies here and around the nation, the upcoming legislative session and growing momentum in the Republican Party. Steve also addresses election fraud, RPNM’s court challenges regarding election integrity, President Biden’s radical energy policies and how Gov. Lujan Grisham is failing to stand up for the oil and gas industry. Host Derek Underhill talks with Duke Machado, the National Director of the Latino Strike Force. Machado speaks about efforts to get more Latinos involved in the Republican Party and to get them to turn to conservative values. He also discusses how the Strike Force is mobilizing to help political campaigns around the country.
December 07, 2021
Episode 145, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the U.S. Supreme Court hearing on abortion, Trump appointments of judgeships, the latest international travel ban, how the media is a mouthpiece for Democrats, the ATF’s push to change gun registration rules, President Biden’s call to change how oil companies pay for drilling on federal land and how that plan would hurt New Mexico and consumers. Steve also discusses how inflation is hurting farmers, the tensions between Taiwan and China, a New Mexico town that’s encouraging people to be armed at council meetings and the vaccine mandates across the nation. Host Derek Underhill then talks with Dinah Vargas, a radio host and former state Representative candidate, about how more Hispanics and Democrats are turning to the Republican Party. She talks about what motivated her to change parties.
December 02, 2021
Episode 144, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the verdict in the Rittenhouse trial, the NM Supreme Court decision on petitions to convene citizen grand juries to investigate the Governor over her pandemic policies, President Biden and Vice President Harris’s falling poll numbers, the continued fallout after leaving Afghanistan, the pushback on vaccine mandates, Colorado’s governor who called out Gov. Lujan Grisham over mask mandates and how more of our freedoms have become at risk. Host Derek Underhill interviews New Mexico Senate Republican Leader Greg Baca about the NM Supreme Court’s ruling that stopped Gov. Lujan Grisham from spending federal relief funds. Democratic state lawmakers joined Baca in a lawsuit, arguing that the legislature is the branch of government that allocates funds as decreed in the state Constitution. The Court agreed. Baca also talks about the upcoming legislative session and the importance of addressing crime.
November 23, 2021
Episode 143, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks to KRSY radio’s Mike Shinabery about Republican candidates and the growing GOP momentum in the nation. You’ll also hear testimony from RPNM’s 1st Vice Chair, Robert Aragon, who addressed the PED at its Zoom public hearing regarding PED’s proposed changes in the social studies curriculum. Host Derek Underhill then interviews GOP Albuquerque City Council candidates Lori Robertson from District 7 and Renee Grout from District 9. Both are in the December 7 runoff election. If both win, the City Council will shift to a Republican majority. They talk about their background, key issues, strategies, their goals and why they’re the best choice for City Council.
November 16, 2021
Episode 142, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the big Republican wins on November 2, how Democrats’ policies were rejected by voters, why 2022 will be the year for Republicans, how GOP candidates are owning Democratic issues and a close look at the Virginia governor’s race. Steve also discusses “truth” in politics, how President Biden’s policies are hurting Americans, how Biden has lost credibility across the nation, the nation’s high gasoline prices and how Republicans would lower the cost of gasoline. Steve also talks about Biden’s position on Iran and nuclear weapons, Biden’s business vaccine mandates and the RNC’s lawsuit against that policy, the federal government’s idea to pay migrants $450,000, Gov. Lujan Grisham’s illegal COVID mandates and the Democrats’ firearms ban at the Roundhouse.
November 10, 2021
Episode 141, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about Tuesday’s local elections, how conservatives made gains on Albuquerque’s City Council, the red wave across the country, Virginia’s governor’s race and why it’s significant, how inflation has impacted voters, why there’s optimism for the GOP heading into 2022, how the election sent shock waves throughout the Democratic Party, the important push for election integrity in the GOP and how people are repudiating radical policies in the country. Steve also discusses how progressive policies in New Mexico are hurting its citizens, how President Biden’s energy policies are increasing gasoline prices and the dangerous road Democrats are taking across the nation. You’ll also hear some revealing comments by comedian and talk show host Bill Maher.
November 04, 2021
Episode 140, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about human rights violations in Turkey, how conservative media are treated in our nation and the arrest of political opponents in the U.S. Steve also discusses how some are being labeled “domestic terrorists” for speaking out about school board policies, the Democrats’ multi-trillion dollar spending bill, the soaring price of gasoline, how Democratic policies are hurting the fossil fuels industry, the Albuquerque mayoral race, the concerns of drop boxes at the polls, President Biden’s low job performance rating and the loss of former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell.
October 27, 2021
Episode 139, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the proposed redistricting maps for New Mexico, the Governor’s State Treasurer who agreed she overstepped her authority spending federal relief dollars, a poll showing Americans don’t want the IRS investigating their bank accounts, the supply chain issues around the nation, how President Biden’s policies are devastating our economy, the escalating tensions between China and Taiwan and the crime crisis across the nation.
October 20, 2021
Episode 138, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about school board elections, the teaching of Critical Race Theory, a lawsuit against Dominion voting machines, the China power shortage as a result of green energy policies, how progressives’ energy policies will impact New Mexico, the U.S. debt ceiling increase situation, the border wall contract cancellations and the dangers of our open door border policies. Steve also discusses how illegal immigrants are being dispersed across the country, how tax rates are increasing internationally and the crisis of our worker shortage.
October 13, 2021
Episode 137, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about President Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending plan, the Navajo Nation’s opposition to that legislation, the struggle between moderate and progressive Democrats, how Vice President Harris caused a stir with Israel, how the Biden Administration has pandered to the Taliban and how progressives are hurting the U.S. job market. Steve also discusses why Virginia’s gubernatorial race is telling and how green energy policies are hurting economies here and abroad. And host Derek Underhill interviews Anita Statman, Republican Party of New Mexico CD-3 Vice Chair, about the Public Education Department’s proposed changes in the state’s social studies curriculum. Statman addresses how those plans would include Critical Race Theory teachings and other progressive instruction in public schools. She talks about the dangers of this curriculum and the importance of preventing it from becoming an integral part of New Mexico’s classroom instruction.
October 05, 2021
Episode 136, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about how the border crisis is worsening, the release of Afghan refugees into local communities, how red states are making stronger economic recoveries than blue states, the impact of inflation on Americans, how President Biden’s policies are hurting businesses and raising taxes. Steve also discusses the election audit in Arizona, digital currency and Biden’s foreign policy blunders. And Steve interviews Republican Party of New Mexico CD-2 Vice Chair Amy Barela, who talks about her background, her fight for her business and why it’s important to promote and protect conservative values. Amy also talks about her work, community involvement and her fight for local candidates as the Otero County Republican Party Chair.
September 29, 2021
Episode 135, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the recall vote of California’s governor, the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month, how more Hispanic citizens are aligning with conservative values, the Biden Administration’s deadly drone strike, the ongoing crisis at the southern border, how the U.S. has offended France, rising inflation and the weakening jobs market. Steve also addresses rising taxes under the Biden Administration, the latest political polls and the 2022 elections. And host Derek Underhill interviews Republican Albuquerque mayoral candidate Eddy Aragon. Aragon addresses crime, commerce, city morale, homelessness, mass transit, COVID, corruption and Albuquerque’s proposed soccer stadium.
September 21, 2021
Episode 134, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the candidacy of Republican Eddy Aragon for Albuquerque mayor, President Biden’s vaccination mandate, the importance of personal freedoms, the impact of New Mexico’s health mandates, the shortage of NM health care professionals, the grounding of Virgin Galactic, California’s recall vote of its governor, “harmful language” being labeled for U.S. documents and the southern border crisis. Steve also discusses food shortages, national inflation, what happens in Afghanistan now, efforts to get more Americans out and the dangers of military hardware in the hands of the Taliban. And host Derek Underhill speaks with Rep. Yvette Herrell about her recent tour at Holloman AFB where thousands of Afghan refugees are being housed.
September 15, 2021
Episode 133, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the failures of democratic dominance at the Roundhouse, why New Mexicans are leaving the state, the importance of faith, family and freedom, the 2022 elections, the drive to register Republicans, the debacle in Afghanistan and how we’ve armed the Taliban. The wife of an officer shot in an Albuquerque quadruple shooting speaks out and how Interior Secretary Deb Haaland violated the Governor’s indoor mask mandate during her New Mexico wedding. You’ll also hear a chronology of “news reports” about the prospect of Donald Trump becoming president in 2016.
September 08, 2021
Episode 132, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the Biden Administration disaster in Afghanistan: how it’s embarrassed our nation, strengthened the Taliban, left the terrorists military hardware, endangered Americans and made the world less secure. Steve discusses the problem of not vetting Afghan refugees, rising inflation, the ineptitude of Vice President Harris and the poor decisions coming out of the White House. Steve also talks about the real causes of the revenue surplus in New Mexico, the state’s exploding crime problem, failed Democratic policies in New Mexico and the ongoing border crisis. And host Derek Underhill interviews NM Republican gubernatorial candidate Ethel Maharg.
September 02, 2021
Episode 131, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the disaster in Afghanistan, how Biden’s policies are embarrassing the nation on the world stage, the plummeting Biden poll numbers and how Donald Trump would have handled Afghanistan differently. Steve also discusses the key 2022 elections across the country, how the public is rejecting the Biden Administration, the votes by New Mexico’s two U.S. Senators not to test immigrants for COVID at the border, the resurgence of COVID and the latest illogical policies by the Governor regarding vaccines and masks and how this will impact New Mexico businesses and the economy. Steve also talks about the ways Democrats are taking away our freedoms and the importance of border security.
August 25, 2021
Episode 130, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the deadly violence at an Albuquerque middle school, the lawlessness in Democrat-led cities, how New Mexico’s Governor is no longer allowing gun shows on state property, the ongoing health and crime crises at the border, the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, how the winds of political change will shift in 2022 and how President Biden’s energy policies are hurting America and losing local oil and gas jobs. Steve also addresses rising inflation, RNC and RPNM efforts to ensure election integrity and the state party’s legal challenges to make sure elections are fair and honest.
August 17, 2021
Episode 129, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the need for local control for school boards, how the state is exceeding its authority by suspending Floyd, NM’s Board, how Gov. Lujan Grisham is neglecting education in the state, the latest national jobs report, the ongoing inflation problem, why more jobs are being outsourced, the national infrastructure bill and the problems with our national trade policies. Steve also discusses how more COVID-infected people are crossing the border into the state, the spike in COVID cases here, the frustration of the COVID lockdowns, the resignation of NM’s House Majority Leader amid a corruption investigation and the state’s forced resignation of a GOP County Chair. Host Derek Underhill also speaks with Rep. Yvette Herrell about the crisis at the border.
August 11, 2021
Episode 128, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the wildfires in the West, rising gas prices, overall inflation due to the Biden Administration’s policies, the plunging poll numbers for the President and how crime has gotten out of control nationwide. Steve also discusses the mass migration of people leaving blue states. Host Derek Underhill interviews New Mexico House Republican Leader Jim Townsend about the Governor and the disbursement of $1.75 billion in federal COVID relief funds. Jim also addresses the recent resignation of House Majority Leader Sheryl Williams Stapleton amid a state corruption investigation. Derek also interviews Ronnie Lucero, the Chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly of New Mexico. He talks about the organization’s mission and why it’s important to grow the conservative movement.
August 03, 2021
Episode 127, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the international protests on lockdowns, New Mexico’s latest policies on masks, how the gubernatorial race is having an impact on the Governor’s latest COVID policies and President Biden’s latest radical nominee. Host Derek Underhill also interviews Tina Dziuk, a member of RPNM’s Election Integrity Committee, about the NM Secretary of State’s proposed changes to election rules. Tina addresses how the plan will cause more problems and weaken election security. Derek also speaks with U.S. Rep. Yvette Herrell about her legislation to address border security and the COVID crisis.
July 29, 2021
Episode 126, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the situation in communist Cuba, how President Biden is mishandling immigration, how gaslighting is taking hold in parts of the world, how journalism is changing its mission, the ways OPEC policy will impact the price of oil, how the left-leaning Democrats are hurting New Mexico’s vital oil and gas industry, and how Biden’s border policy is causing serious problems. Steve also addresses new election revelations out of Arizona and Georgia and the importance to fight for the ideals and freedoms on which our nation was founded. You’ll also hear from Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace who discusses the influx of drugs coming into our state.
July 21, 2021
Episode 125, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, host Derek Underhill speaks with gubernatorial hopeful Jay Block. Block talks about the terrible record of Gov. Lujan Grisham and why he deserves to be governor. Block discusses his background and his experience, how he got involved in politics and his accomplishments as a Sandoval County commissioner. He also talks in-depth about the Governor’s poor handling of the pandemic, the state’s soaring crime rate, our weak economy and the crisis at the Southern border. Derek also shows you how President Trump was right on his timeline to get a COVID vaccine and on the origin of the virus.
July 14, 2021
Episode 124, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode of Inside New Mexico, House Minority Leader Jim Townsend makes a guest appearance and discusses the appropriation of emergency funding in our State and the mistreatment of small businesses over the last year. Then Chairman Pearce speaks with Mike Shinabery from KRSY Radio about the ‘Operation Freedom’ event, conservative involvement across New Mexico and President Biden’s fallacious interpretation of the Constitution. Finally we hear from ambassadors for positive change Dinah Vargas, Adelious Stith, Pablo Lujan and Dulce Marie.
July 07, 2021
Episode 123, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve is interviewed by Frank Nymeyer, they talk about operation freedom, and RPNMs push to get Republicans to run in local elections. He then speaks with Peggy Aragon about the process of running for school board, and teachers unions. This episode also contains a bonus interview with Congresswoman Yvette Herrell. She speaks in depth about the crisis on our southern border and the current administration’s lack of action.
July 01, 2021
Episode 122, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks with a London reporter about economics, free markets, inflation, fiscal responsibility, how voters perceive the economy and the power of government. You’ll also hear part of a speech from Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota who spoke at RPNM’s “Operation Freedom” last month.
June 24, 2021
Episode 121, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about new leadership in Israel, the G-7 Summit, the Biden-Putin Summit, Biden’s social and verbal goofs, rising inflation, radical Rep. Omar's offensive comments, the GOP push to boot Omar off a key committee and the YouTube ban of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. Steve also discusses the ongoing problems and state violations at the Children, Youth and Families Department, the scandals in New Mexico state government and the status of our Southern border.
June 17, 2021
Episode 120, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the Governor’s reelection bid, her insulting remarks to protesters at an event, how she’s avoiding the media more and more, how the state remains at the bottom in education, employment and opportunity and how scandals, mismanagement and hypocrisy are dominating her administration. Steve also addresses the Governor’s vaccination lottery, the political decision to make all counties turquoise, her questionable policies that have cost jobs and led to a collapsed economy and how small communities have suffered under the Governor’s watch. Steve then talks about New Mexico’s ongoing restrictive COVID orders, RPNM’s Operation Freedom, a California federal judge’s ruling overturning an assault weapons ban, the upcoming G-7 Summit, rising inflation under the Biden administration and the Texas “heartbeat bill.”
June 09, 2021
Episode 119, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the financial crisis facing Grants, NM and other communities, the problems businesses face finding workers, how the policies out of Washington are hurting America, the differences between Democratic and Republican state administrations and why we should explore the nuclear field for energy. Steve also discusses the Governor’s refusal to allow lawmakers to distribute vital federal COVID dollars, how she violated the law using campaign funds for her cosmetics and more violations happening in state government under her watch. Steve also addresses rising inflation in the nation, the fear of making business investments, the wild spending in Washington and how President Biden’s policies will damage the fiscal health of the country. Steve also talks about the January 6 Commission and speaks out about Dr. Fauci, China, WHO and other revelations about COVID.
June 03, 2021
Episode 118, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about rising inflation, economic problems, instability around the world, the lack of respect for America and the crisis at our border under the Biden Administration. Steve also discusses the Israel-Hamas cease-fire, violations at the Children, Youth and Families Department, the state’s overpayment of unemployment benefits and how he’d handle it, how Gov. Lujan Grisham is breaking the law dipping into her campaign fund, how she continues to break her own rules and why her decisions are hurting New Mexico. Steve also talks about voting concerns in the CD-1 race, how the Party is working for election integrity and the importance of electing Mark Moores to Congress. He also touches on why New Mexico’s population is dwindling.
May 25, 2021
Episode 117, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the success of “Operation Freedom,” the powerful speeches of Gov. Kristi Noem, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan and others at the convention, the main messages that resonated at the event and the promise of the New Republican Party. You’ll then hear from some of the special guests who spoke at “Operation Freedom.” Steve also discusses the momentum in the CD-1 race and the importance of electing Mark Moores to Congress. Host Derek Underhill then interviews Moores, who talks about the crime problem, economic development and the radical positions of his opponent, including her support to defund police, close prisons, and eliminate ICE and the DEA. Mark also discusses his deep roots in New Mexico and his vast understanding of the serious issues. Mark also addresses immigration, sanctuary cities and his conservative values. He also talks about how he can work across the aisle.
May 21, 2021
Episode 116, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about “Operation Freedom” in Amarillo: some of the key speakers and the GOP goals at the big event. Steve also discusses the latest COVID-19 policies in New Mexico, how the Governor’s Public Health Orders and Democratic policies will have political repercussions, the economic damage the Governor and President Biden have created. Steve also talks about why it’s essential to have GOP leadership in state and federal government, the concerns about rising debt and inflation, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s “patriotic education” pledge, the strength of building conservative local communities and COVID-19 protests overseas.
May 12, 2021
Episode 115, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about President Biden’s address to Congress, Dick Morris’s comments on Biden taking credit for what Donald Trump actually did and how Biden is getting our nation further into debt and taxing Americans more. Steve also discusses the wildfires in New Mexico, how the state’s new sick leave law will hurt businesses, how CYFD is violating the law and putting our children at risk and why we’re losing manufacturing to other nations. Steve also interviews freshman NM Rep. Ryan Lane who talks about his first legislative session at the Roundhouse, committee assignments, the state’s biggest challenges and his desire to promote conservative principles. Rep. Lane also addresses some key moments for him during his first legislative session.
May 04, 2021
Episode 114, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about RPNM’s “Operation Freedom”--why RPNM is holding the big 3-day event in Amarillo and how the GOP is being forced to have this convention out of state. Steve addresses why Republican states are doing better in jobs, the economy and education by staying open during the pandemic. Steve discusses Arizona’s audit of the 2020 election, how the GOP is fighting to seek election integrity and the FBI findings on the Congressional baseball shooting. Steve also interviews freshman NM State Representative Joshua Hernandez who talks about his first year in the legislature and his committees. Joshua also discusses our state budget and talks about charter schools and the education challenges facing the state. Joshua also reveals a highlight for him during his first session.
April 28, 2021
Episode 113, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the Governor’s sex harassment settlement, the monopolies of social media organizations, the Biden Administration’s relations with China, how Republican states are doing better opening up amid COVID-19 and propaganda against Donald Trump. Steve also speaks to State Sen. Crystal Diamond about her first legislative session and her committee assignments. Diamond talks about the challenges fighting bills on abortion, assisted suicide and dealing with anti-business legislation. She also discusses the many divides in the Roundhouse, the work needed to make real progress in New Mexico and the importance of communicating with constituents.
April 21, 2021
Episode 112, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the fight for election integrity, efforts to clean up voting laws, concerns about national inflation, the devaluation of our currency, the threat of China’s development of digital currency, how New Mexico is hostile to businesses and how Democrats are hurting the state’s job growth. Steve also interviews Amarillo, Texas Mayor Ginger Nelson whose city will be hosting RPNM’s Operation Freedom: Positive Change next month. That Republican retreat will feature national speakers, presentations and workshops. It will address key issues facing New Mexico and discuss the optimistic future of the Party and the state by strengthening communities. The Mayor speaks about the big event and how RPNM’s retreat will impact Amarillo economically and politically. You’ll also hear an excerpt from Steve’s recent interview with the Wall Street Journal about border security and other issues facing New Mexico.
April 14, 2021
Episode 111, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the recent marijuana Special Session that was a waste of time and money, the voting law changes in Georgia, election integrity, the strong Hispanic vote for former President Trump, the prospect of Trump running again, the cost of holding illegal immigrants and the importance of keeping one's political values. Steve also interviews New Mexico 1st Congressional District candidate Sen. Mark Moores. The nominee talks about the need to help small businesses, support our oil and gas industry, secure our border, improve New Mexico’s economy and address Albuquerque’s soaring crime rate. Moores explains how his opponent will hurt New Mexico with her radical positions. Moores also discusses the recent legislative and Special Session in the state and how these Democrat-led sessions did little to help New Mexicans.
April 08, 2021
Episode 110, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the GOP’s nomination of Sen. Mark Moores for the 1st Congressional District seat, Moore’s strong platform, how he has stood up for the little guy and why this seat is vital for the progress of New Mexico. Steve also talks about the state’s economy, the health of our small businesses and how progressive Democratic policies are hurting our local economies. Steve also addresses the crisis at the Southern border, the Biden Administration’s immigration policies, the political ramifications and what polls are now revealing. Host Derek Underhill also interviews NM Rep. Jane Powdrell-Culbert about recent legislation tackled at the Roundhouse. She discusses abortion, eliminating qualified immunity for police and recreational marijuana.
March 30, 2021
Episode 109, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode of Inside New Mexico Steve discusses election integrity, President Biden's failures at the border along with concerns about the border crisis. Steve also addresses Sen. Rand Paul’s comments on Dr. Fauci’s proposed COVID-19 regulations in the aftermath of vaccinations, Rep. Lauren Boebert’s recent statements regarding the equality act and statewide crime. This week's episode also features Steve's interview with Breitbart news where they discuss the widespread irregularities of the 2020 election, future COVID-19 restrictions, the long term impacts of online schooling and the Special election in New Mexico’s first congressional district.
March 24, 2021
Episode 108, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the reopening of schools, the lack of science involved in the Governor’s decision and the power of teachers unions. Steve also discusses the impact of online schooling on students. Steve also addresses border security in the Biden Administration, sex allegations swirling around NY Gov. Cuomo, Democrats calling for his resignation and calls for his impeachment. Steve then speaks with former state lawmaker Sharon Clahchischilliage of the Navajo Nation about the Navajo community and its economic conditions, the threat of the oil and gas industry under Deb Haaland and the Congresswoman’s record. Steve also talks about RPNM’s Operation Freedom event in Amarillo, TX where South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and Oho Rep. Jim Jordan will be featured speakers.
March 17, 2021
Episode 107, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the sex allegations against NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the nursing home deaths in his state and Rep. Deb Haaland’s questionable tax returns and her qualifications to serve in the Biden Cabinet. Steve also addresses the nation’s current immigration policy, Gov. Lujan Grisham’s Grocery Gate and the federal COVID relief bill. You’ll also hear Steve in a KHII Alamogordo radio interview with host Mike Durler where the RPNM Chairman talks about the recent radical abortion bill passed in New Mexico and election law. And host Derek Underhill talks with Rep. Yvette Herrell about the COVID relief bill, the need to reopen our state and the importance of redistricting.
March 09, 2021
Episode 106, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about how the pandemic would have been handled in a Pearce Administration, the pork and wasteful spending in the $1.9 trillion federal stimulus bill, the dangers of continued borrowing in Washington, the value of financial literacy classes, the importance of trade jobs, the need to exempt tax on social security income and the need to limit the Governor’s powers in a health emergency. Steve then talks with KKOB radio host Brandon Vogt about Rep. Deb Haaland’s Cabinet nomination and the damage she’d impose on the oil and gas industry, key bills in the legislature and Donald Trump’s appearance at CPAC. Steve also speaks with Mike Shinabery of KRSY in Alamogordo about criminalizing legal behavior. And Inside New Mexico host Derek Underhill interviews a New Mexico food truck business owner about the frustrations of state regulations and the current poor business climate in New Mexico.
March 02, 2021
Episode 105, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the late Rush Limbaugh and meeting the radio icon, a dying woman’s tough choice to choose life over death, Texas’s power situation and the problems posed by renewable energy. Steve also speaks with Stephanie Kennedy, RPNM’s first African American statewide officer. Stephanie discusses her conservatism, values and the importance and meaning of Black History Month. She also reads a special message from RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel. Steve also talks about the deep ties between African Americans and the Republican Party.
February 25, 2021
Episode 104, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the second acquittal of Donald Trump—the politics, process, strategies and perceptions of the impeachment trial, Trump’s speech before the Capitol riot, Sen. Mitch McConnell’s actions, RPNM’s call for NM Rep. Phelps Anderson to resign and important bills being hashed over at the Roundhouse. Steve also speaks with newly elected NM Rep. Luis Terrazas of Silver City about his goals and priorities as a state lawmaker. Terrazas discusses key issues that inspired him to run
February 17, 2021
Episode 103, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about Marjorie Taylor Greene being stripped of her committee assignments, how President Biden is reaching too far with his executive orders, the importance of our oil and gas industry, a recent threat to women’s rights and the financial payoff from the legalization of marijuana. Steve also talks with freshman New Mexico Representative Stefani Lord about the election, the importance of party inclusion and key issues facing the state.
February 11, 2021
Episode 102, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Sen. Rand Paul addresses incitement by Democrats and the Trump impeachment. Steve speaks to Ethel Maharg, Executive Director of New Mexico Right to Life, about the pending abortion bill that would repeal a 1969 state law that criminalizes abortion in New Mexico, and they discuss assisted suicide legislation. Maharg goes on to talk about the grass roots effort to stop these bills and the challenges to fight legislation. Steve then speaks with Mark Murphy, President of Strata Production, about the impact President Biden’s executive orders will have on the oil and gas industry. Murphy describes the effects these executive actions will have on local jobs and the economy. He also discusses the great challenges the oil and gas industry face these days and how vital this industry is for our state. Murphy also talks about his concerns for the industry and the state if Rep. Deb Haaland becomes Interior Secretary.
February 03, 2021
Episide 101, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about President Biden’s blitz of executive orders and how they will hurt our state and nation. In particular, Steve discusses the executive actions that impact the oil and gas industry—the economic damage and job losses. Steve also discusses the new political makeup of our federal government, getting back into the WHO, the ironic reopening of the economy now that Biden’s in office and how New Mexico has failed our students. Steve also interviews House Minority Whip Rod Montoya about the current legislative session.
January 28, 2021
Episode 100, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the new Democratic control in Washington, how tough it will be to get federal legislation passed, how the Democratic Party is deeply divided, the wrongful impeachment of President Trump, the likelihood of a Trump conviction in the Senate, the challenges ahead for the Republican Party and what the GOP needs to do to succeed moving forward. Steve also talks with NM Senate Minority Leader Greg Baca and NM House Minority Leader Jim Townsend about key issues this legislative session such as the budget, taxes, abortion and reopening schools. They also discuss Capitol security and lack of public participation during the legislative process.
January 20, 2021
Episode 99, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the attack on the U.S. Capitol January 6, the impeachment of President Trump, how the media and Big Tech are attacking the President, social media giants banning the President, the close vote in the 2020 election, the future of the Republican Party, the 2022 gubernatorial race and his election to the RNC Budget Committee at its annual Winter Meeting in Florida. Steve also talks about the need for Republican values in these tough times. Steve also talks with the Steve Smothermon, Pastor of Legacy Church in Albuquerque, about whether Christians should be involved in the political process, how the governor is assaulting our freedom of religion and destroying our economy and the importance to fight for our Constitutional rights.
January 14, 2021
Episode 98, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about the Electoral College certification vote, potential election anomalies, how Joe Biden is shifting more to the left, Georgia’s runoff elections, how abortion has become the leading cause of death globally, Iranian threats against President Trump, why China is becoming more powerful, face mask pollution in the ocean, the success of South Dakota’s economy and a look at the pension crisis in our nation.
January 07, 2021
Episode 97, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico: the pork included in the latest stimulus package; Dick Morris discusses the shrewd politics surrounding that stimulus bill. Steve also talks with James and Katrina Fuller about their 11-year-old son, Landon, who took his own life last spring during the pandemic. They discuss how Landon missed his friends and going to school; the Fullers also talk about the lack of mental health assistance in the state and the broken system in New Mexico. Steve also introduces RPNM’s new CD 3 Vice-Chair Anita Statman. She discusses her background, political experience and her agenda to reach out to more Republicans in New Mexico. She also talks about the need to get more young people involved in the GOP.
December 29, 2020
Episode 96, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about how Rep. Deb Haaland would hurt New Mexico if confirmed as Interior Secretary, how the radical left is impacting Joe Biden’s decisions, the importance of recounting votes in Bernalillo County and serious concerns about the outcome of the presidential election. Steve also discusses how the state is mishandling the ongoing student mental heath crisis. Steve also talks about a spy scandal swirling around a Democratic Congressman. Steve also introduces Clovis native Nike Kern, the Republican Party of New Mexico’s new Executive Director, who talks about her background, political experience and how she’ll move RPNM forward.
December 23, 2020
Episode 95, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the recent RPNM officer elections, the Party’s support of the Texas lawsuit challenging election results, how RPNM is looking for vote anomalies in New Mexico, the media prosecuting Republicans and the radical way Democrats are now talking about Republicans. Steve also addresses how a New Mexico Democratic leader wants to hurt taxpayers with a proposed pension plan. Steve also talks with the newly elected 1st and 2nd Vice Chairs of RPNM who discuss their missions and where they want to take the GOP here in New Mexico.
December 17, 2020
Episode 94, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode, Steve talks about how some Democrats want to destroy our election system, RPNM’s lawsuit to impound ballots in Bernalillo County, questions that still surround the presidential race, the destruction of New Mexico’s businesses under Gov. Lujan Grisham’s latest Public Health Order, corruption uncovered in the Bill Richardson administration and how a Biden presidency might actually become a Harris presidency. Host Derek Underhill also speaks with newly elected RPNM CD 1 Vice-Chair Ali Ennenga and RPNM CD 2 Vice-Chair Amy Barela about their goals.
December 10, 2020
Episode 93, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about a report citing Joe Biden’s “magical” victory, how some contested races will be easier to reach the Supreme Court, Gov. Lujan Grisham’s 3-tier COVID-19 plan, how she’s mismanaged her handling of the pandemic and how the Governor’s Office is ready to blame the GOP for future virus plan failures. Steve also discusses what RPNM is doing to address voting irregularities. Steve also interviews New Mexico’s Senate and House Minority Leaders about the recent election and the state’s $330 million pandemic relief package.
December 03, 2020
Episode 92, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about how the state’s COVID-19 lockdown is hurting daily life in New Mexico: business closings, grocery store lines, online schooling and limited gatherings. Steve also discusses radical policies affecting New Mexico, PED’s 12,000 missing students, what a Lujan Grisham Cabinet post might mean for our nation, Biden’s call to kill the oil and gas industry and how vote counting flaws and election irregularities have been costly. You’ll also hear from a Carlsbad business owner whose life has been shattered.
November 26, 2020
Episode 91, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about poll challenger irregularities and vote count violations in the recent elections, Dominion Voting Systems controlled by Democrats, how the U.S. Senate is up for grabs, another breakdown in the system for CYFD and Gov. Lujan Grisham’s latest Public Health Order restrictions. Steve also addresses how a Biden presidency with Democratic control in both the Senate and House would devastate our nation. You’ll also hear from Trump attorney Sidney Powell on widespread vote fraud.
November 18, 2020
Episode 90, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode of Inside New Mexico, Steve talks about vote count irregularities in the presidential election, how the national Democratic playbook was applied in New Mexico, the “Blue Wave” that wasn’t and several New Mexico races that hang in the balance. Steve also interviews Congresswoman-elect Yvette Herrell, who discusses her recent trip to Washington, support of her constituents and possible committee assignments on the Hill. And Steve talks about the controversial Dominion Voting Systems and its Democratic connection.
November 12, 2020
Episode 89, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the pre-election environment in New Mexico and across the country, the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, and election violations in Dona Ana County. Then we hear an interview with Congresswoman-Elect Yvette Herrell about her victory over Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, the enthusiasm and momentum of her campaign, and her plans for helping the people of New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District.
November 08, 2020
Episode 88, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the final Presidential Debate, Joe Biden’s comments on banning fracking, and the U.S. Senate debate between Mark Ronchetti and Rep. Ben Ray Luján. Then Steve talks about Trump parades across New Mexico and the lack of enthusiasm in the Biden Campaign. Plus RPNM’s “10 Days to Save New Mexico” video on the effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on our children.
October 29, 2020
Episode 87, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about President Trump and Joe Biden’s dueling Town Halls, the media bias against Trump, and Biden’s corruption involving Ukraine. Then, Steve talks with U.S. Senate Candidate Mark Ronchetti about the confirmation process of Amy Coney Barrett, packing the Supreme Court and his campaign against Rep. Ben Ray Luján. And a look at President Trump's energy economic plan.
October 22, 2020
Episode 86, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about President Trump’s COVID-19 recovery, his recent phone calls with President Trump, the vandalism of Trump yard signs across the state, and New Mexico’s campaign ground game breaking records. Steve also discusses the lack of Democrat enthusiasm for Joe Biden, the President’s strong handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, the failures of the mail-in voting process and voting fraud across the country.
October 16, 2020
Episode 85, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about Republican enthusiasm across New Mexico, President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis, the first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden, and Black voter support for President Trump. We also hear from State House District 10 Candidate Dinah Vargas about her platform to address crime, education and late-term abortion practices. Plus the Republican Party’s new “30 Days to Save New Mexico” video.
October 12, 2020
Episode 84, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, the process for confirming a Supreme Court nominee, the first presidential debate, and new COVID-19 restrictions across the world. Next we hear from State Representative Jason Harper on bipartisanship in the legislature and school funding for Rio Rancho. Then we hear from legislative candidate Robert Godshall on New Mexico’s red flag gun law. And a video from South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem responding to MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow.
October 02, 2020
Episode 83, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode Steve talks about the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the importance of filling the open Supreme Court seat, and George Soros funding anti-police district attorneys and politicians. Next, we hear from state legislative candidates about the left’s extreme energy and climate policy positions, how they would have voted on the Energy Transition Act, the oil and gas industry’s impact on our budget, and supporting our economy through energy production. Steve also talks about President Trump’s response to the West Coast wildfires and his own thoughts on the problem.
September 26, 2020
Episode 82, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode Steve talks about the Women For Trump Bus Tour, the new “50 Days to Save New Mexico” video, Bob Woodward’s new book on the President, and an update on what’s going on at our Southern border. Next, we hear from Yvette Herrell responding to a negative advertisement, her thoughts on Xochitl Torres Small’s liberal record in Congress, and her own record as a State Representative. Steve also discusses CNN’s media biases against President Trump.
September 17, 2020
Episode 81, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about President Trump’s rebuilding of our economy and lower unemployment, Joe Biden defending the radical left’s violent protests, Biden’s confusion when answering questions to reporters, and the President’s accomplishments during his first term. Then Steve talks to Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee about an increase in minority support for President Trump, the Republican National Convention viewership, and her leadership within the RNC. And a look at the governor’s restrictive voting procedures at polling locations.
September 10, 2020
Episode 80, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about his experience at the Republican National Convention, the Democrat’s gloomy and depressing Convention, Joe Biden’s actions while in office, and President Trump’s accomplishments to Make America Great Again. Then Steve talks to Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, about her story in politics, her relationship with President Trump, the Republican National Convention, and many of the key players in the Republican Party. And a clip of an 8-year-old’s perspective on being shut out of the classroom.
September 04, 2020
Episode 79, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the Democrat Party omitting words from the Pledge of Allegiance, progressives' disdain of America and religion, the governor’s speech at the DNC and her embracing the Green New Deal, and the far-left’s conspiracy of Trump dismantling the USPS. Then Steve talks to Carolyn Stith, wife of State House candidate Adelious Stith about her transition from Democrat to Republican, the riots and looting that have swept across the nation, and her experiences being Black in New Mexico. And a campaign ad from Black Republican Congressional Candidate Kim Klacik.
August 28, 2020
Episode 78, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the FBI spying on President Trump’s campaign, Kamala Harris’s record as a prosecutor, her attacks on Catholic Americans and her radical abortion views. Then Steve talks to the former Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy about the conflict between the Republican Party and the New Mexico Oil and Gas Association (NMOGA), NMAGO favoring big out-of-state oil producers, and Executive Director Flynn trying to destroy NMOGA.
August 20, 2020
Episode 77, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the wealthy fleeing New York City, the rise of crime in liberal cities, and the rise of socialist policies in America. Then Steve talks about Rep. Torres Small’s radical agenda and her endorsement by the NMOGA. Then Steve speaks with Black Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones about his support of President Trump, President Trump’s work in support of the Black community, and Joe Biden’s insensitive comments towards Black voters. Lastly, Steve discusses media biases and President Trump’s signing of an Executive Order to support unemployed Americans.
August 13, 2020
Episode 76, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the governor’s mismanagement in her handling of the pandemic, her criticism of door-to-door campaigning, and President Trump’s early COVID-19 response. Steve also discusses the New Mexico Supreme Court decision regarding RPNM’s financed lawsuit to stop the governor from fining businesses. Next, Steve talks about the protests around the world on COVID-19 business closures and the U.S. Supreme Court allowing President Trump’s border wall to move forward.
August 07, 2020
Episode 75, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about violent protests that continue to sweep across the nation, President Trump sending federal agents to Albuquerque, the resignation of Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones and his support of President Trump. Then Steve speaks with RNC Senior Communications Advisor of Black Media Affairs Paris Dennard about the RNC’s efforts to engage black voters. They also talk about Joe Biden’s ignorant comments towards black voters.
July 30, 2020
Episode 74, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about local restaurants that are staying open despite the Governor’s Public Health Order, the reaction of restaurants forced to shut down, the latest on the pandemic, and the second round of stimulus checks. Then Steve speaks with former Lt. Gov. John Sanchez about his appointment to the Chair of President Trump’s new Hispanic Prosperity Commission and the President’s commitment to support Hispanics in New Mexico. Steve also discusses the passing of Rep. John Lewis.
July 23, 2020
Episode 73, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about Gov. Lujan Grisham shutting down indoor seating at restaurants for a second time, the negative mental health effects of quarantining, and the RPNM-backed lawsuit being heard by the New Mexico Supreme Court. He also addresses the Governor’s failure in handling the pandemic. Then Steve speaks with Dr. Larry Allen, the first African American in the New Mexico State Police. They address the state of race relations in New Mexico and the country and the ongoing social movements sweeping the nation. And an excerpt from 1984 by George Orwell on the parallels we see today.
July 16, 2020
Episode 72, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about President Trump’s rally at Mount Rushmore, the toppling of our nation by the radical left, and the destruction of our monuments and history. He also addresses the protests in Hong Kong against China and China’s increasing dominance in the World. Then Steve speaks with the Executive Director of the New Mexico Right to Life Committee, Ethel Maharg about the defeat of the late term abortion bill and electing pro-life candidates in November. They also discuss the dangers of late-term abortion. And you’ll hear an excerpt from Joe Biden’s speech on removing statues and his confusion on the issue.
July 09, 2020
Episode 71, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the governor’s favoring of mass protesting over graduations, the cancellation of Fourth of July events across the state, and a modified vote-by-mail system being approved by the state legislature. He also talks about the rioting and looting sweeping the country and the radical calls to defund the police. Then Steve speaks with New Mexico House Minority Leader, Jim Townsend about the Special Session that saw Republicans left out of the legislative process and the fiscally irresponsible budget bill that was passed by progressives.
July 03, 2020
Episode 70, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve remembers his good friend and former County Chairwoman Dorothy Runnels. He talks about New Mexico’s ailing state budget, and progressive Democrats' push for mail-in voting. Steve also discusses President Trump’s rally in Tulsa and Joe Biden’s lack of public appearances. Steve then speaks with Iranian small business owner, Hengame Stanfield about the effect of COVID-19 and rioting and looting on small businesses. They also speak about the virus’s impact on restaurant chains and meal delivery services on local restaurants. And a clip from PragerU on the history of race in the Republican Party.
June 25, 2020
Episode 69, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the unfair treatment of businesses and the lack of freedom of religion by the governor. He also addresses the progressive push to allow vote-by-mail in November, a Trump ad on the peaceful protests, and the radical left-led anarchy sweeping the country. Steve also speaks with 2nd Congressional District nominee Yvette Herrell about legislation that impacts water rights for farmers and ranchers.They also discuss border protection and fracking rights.
June 18, 2020
Episode 68, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the recent Primary Election and the ballot counting incompetence at the Santa Fe County Clerk's office. He also talks about the progressive wave in the Democratic Primary. Then, Steve speaks with 1st District Congressional nominee Michelle Garcia Holmes about progressives in the Democratic Party and the increase in Republican voters. They also discuss President Trump’s economic recovery and job growth.
June 11, 2020
Episode 67, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about the unjust killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis Police and the ensuing protests that are sweeping the country. Then, Steve speaks about the partial reopening of New Mexico, our economy and the Primary Election. Steve also speaks with National Committeewoman candidate Tina Dzuik about the dangers of socialism.
June 03, 2020
Episode 66, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week’s episode, Steve talks about Republican Party support of a lawsuit filed by businesses and owners against the Governor. Then Steve speaks with the New Mexico Restaurant Association CEO about reopening restaurants. Steve also addresses controversial remarks by Joe Biden about black voters. And an interview on social media liberal biases.
May 28, 2020
Episode 65, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week's episode, Steve talks about the unjust treatment of Michael Flynn by the Democrats and media. Then Steve speaks with the President of the New Mexico Business Coalition, Carla Sonntag, and they discuss the devastating impact that COVID-19 is having on businesses - closings, unemployment, the state budget, and overspending. They also talk about how stay-at-home orders are affecting New Mexico lives.
May 21, 2020
Episode 64, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week's episode Steve talks about the unjust treatment of Michael Flynn by Democrats. The importance of maintaining the integrity of federalism. The Governor’s unfair treatment of small businesses in favor of big box stores and his national interview on Fox and Friends. Then Steve speaks with the Chairman of the Independent Liquor Retailers of New Mexico about the fragility of the liquor business. How the governor’s public health order is devastating the liquor business, and what it will take to get liquor stores to reopen.
May 14, 2020
Episode 63, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode Steve talks about re-opening small businesses in New Mexico, the large spike in COVID-19 cases in McKinley County, and how he would have responded to the pandemic as governor. Then Steve interviews the Trump Campaign’s Strategic Communications Director, Marc Lotter. They discuss Lotter’s duties, the sexual allegations against Joe Biden and the push to turn New Mexico red. Afterwards, the Chairman speaks to a Grants small business owner who was fined $60,000 by the State despite health and safety measures she took.
May 07, 2020
Episode 62, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses the Grants mayor's defiance of the governor's shutdown order, how business closures are leading to protests and how the Navajo Nation is facing tough times during this pandemic. Steve also addresses the volatile oil industry and how Joe Biden's policies will cost New Mexico jobs. Plus, Steve speaks with a young conservative activist who's gaining national attention.
April 30, 2020
Episode 61, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about the Republican Party’s victory in the fight to stop vote-by-mail (VBM) ballots and the difference between VBMs and mail-in absentee ballots. He also addressed the governor’s social distancing policy that’s killing small businesses. Later Steve speaks with RNC Co-Chair Thomas Hicks about why this 2020 presidential election is so vital to America and why so many Democrats are changing party affiliation.
April 23, 2020
Episode 60, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode Steve talks about the dangers of vote-by-mail (VBM) ballots and what the Republican Party is doing about it. He also discusses the process of campaigning during this pandemic, the rapidly dropping oil and gas prices and how the progressive Democrats’ spending spree at the Roundhouse has backfired.
April 16, 2020
Episode 59, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode Steve talks about New Mexico's response to COVID-19, George Soros's potential interference in New Mexico politics and red light cameras. Steve also speaks with Rep. Larry Scott about New Mexico's progressive Democratic-driven tax policies, how they hurt small businesses and what a fracking ban would mean for our state. Steve also talks with Republican Party attorney Carter Harrison about the Republicans’ lawsuit to stop vote-by-mail (VBM) ballots in the upcoming Primary.
April 09, 2020
Episode 58, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode Steve outlines what the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill will mean for New Mexicans, discusses practices that can lead to voter fraud and addresses New Mexico's COVID-19 policies. Steve also speaks with Rep. Alonzo Baldonado. They discuss the state lawmaker’s career in politics, New Mexico’s failing education system and the reasons the Free College bill will not fix the problem. They also talk about the progressive Democrat-driven spending spree at the Roundhouse and the passage of the Red Flag Bill.
April 02, 2020
Episode 57, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about rising anxiety in the U.S. due to the Coronavirus, the multi-trillion dollar stimulus package and the phenomenal leadership of President Trump. Steve also interviews Rep. Greg Nibert about his career in politics and law. They also discuss the cause of the out-of-control crime rate in the Albuquerque metropolitan area.
March 26, 2020
Episode 56, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses President Trump's strong leadership and management during the pandemic and how the president is working with Democrats to combat it. Steve also talks about the strength and unity of the Republican Party of New Mexico’s new slate of legislative candidates. Also, an interview with Sen. Mark Moores, who addresses the Democrats’ wild spending, their refusal to listen to warnings about the oil industry and how the Majority party has put special interests ahead of the interests of New Mexicans.
March 19, 2020
Episode 55, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode Steve talks about the success of the Republican Pre-Primary Convention and the diverse pool of Republican federal and state candidates. Steve also speaks with Rep. Jane Powdrell-Culbert about her rise to state government and the important issues in New Mexico today, including the legalization of recreational marijuana, the PRC reform bill, infrastructure and education.
March 12, 2020
Episode 54, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this week's episode, Steve talks about the current and future economic consequences of the Energy Transition Act and the Coronavirus and its potential impact here in New Mexico. Steve also interviews State Sen. Craig Brandt about education, the Red Flag bill and the large national donations to New Mexico Democrats.
March 05, 2020
Episode 53, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses key New Mexico issues with two state Senators. Steve talks with Minority Leader Stuart Ingle about how the Red Flag bill violates New Mexicans’ rights and how more New Mexico voters are becoming Republican. The two also talk about the recent spending spree at the Roundhouse and the need to fix New Mexico’s crumbling roads. Steve also speaks with Sen. Gay Kernan of Hobbs about the volatility of the states' oil and gas industry and concerns about absentee ballot voter fraud.
February 27, 2020
Episode 52, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about an arrest in connection with the vandalism of the Republican Party headquarters, the increased momentum of the "walkaway movement" and the controversy surrounding the sentencing of Roger Stone. Steve also discusses a federal energy bill that threatens New Mexican jobs and could cripple the state's economy. The Party Chairman also discusses the unconstitutionality of the recently passed Red Flag bill.
February 20, 2020
Episode 51, Inside New Mexico With Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about Bernie Sanders and the potential split in the Democratic Party; how President Trump is appealing to more minority voters. Steve also interviews House Minority Leader Jim Townsend, who says Democrats are hurting the state by not pushing through good bills. And Steve also talks with Rep. Cathrynn Brown about the Democrats' refusal to give seniors a tax break.
February 13, 2020
Episode 50, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about how the Democratic Party is dealing with inner turmoil in the presidential race, a scandal surrounding Joe Biden's daughter, and how New Mexico is perceived around the nation. Steve also talks with House Minority Whip Rod Montoya about the Democrats' spending spree at the Roundhouse and why your utility rates could soon be rising.
February 06, 2020
Episode 49, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
While Steve was on assignment, Host Derek Underhill talks to Rep. Bill Rehm about pending crime bills in the Legislature. They discuss legislation that includes bail reform and a bill that toughens sentences for anyone using a firearm during the commission of a crime. They also talk about the Red Flag bill. Derek also interviews Dina and Stella of KIVA radio about their frustrations with the Democratic Party and their grassroots movement to turn New Mexico red. And Steve calls in from the field and talks about impeachment, the China trade deal and President Trump's historic day in Washington.
January 30, 2020
Episode 48, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce,
In this episode Steve talks with House Minority Leader Jim Townsend about Gov. Lujan Grisham's reckless spending spree as the Legislative Session gets underway. Townsend addresses the state's pension problem, the bloated budget and recreational marijuana. Steve also talks about the impeachment trial and the Democrats' confusion and weak defense. Also, Steve discusses President Trump's recent big successes.
January 22, 2020
Episode 47, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks with Rep. Jason Harper about the governor's bloated proposed state budget and fiscal priorities. Steve also discusses the special treatment Sen. Richard Martinez received in his DWI sentence and how the governor was deceitful in pushing a Red Flag bill. Also, a New Mexico power plant shutdown will mean big job losses--an interview with Grants Mayor "Modey" Hicks. Plus, Steve talks unemployment and oil and gas with Radio Host Eddy Aragon.
January 16, 2020
Episode 46, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses President Trump's swift and decisive action to take out the Iranian terrorist Gen. Soleimani, how this decision has Democrats in a tough spot and how the president's campaign war chest has been growing since the impeachment inquiry. Steve also talks about Albuquerque's record homicide rate in 2019, socialism and government control and an inspiring story about a former Navy Seal.
January 09, 2020
Episode 45, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about Speaker Pelosi's own quid pro quo; how President Trump is fighting for all Americans; how the past decade has been a rough one for those who support abortion rights and details of a Democratic operative who illegally funneled campaign dollars to top-tier politicians.
January 01, 2020
Episode 44, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode of Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce: the death of a 4 year-old in Albuquerque raises questions about problems at CYFD, why New Mexico leaders aren't investing in Space, the latest on impeachment and the problems facing rural hospitals.
December 25, 2019
Episode 43, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this week's episode, Steve discusses a big week for the Trump Administration, including a trade deal that means great news for New Mexico producers. He also talks about the shallow case Democrats have regarding impeachment. Steve also talks with New Mexico Senate Minority Leader Stuart Ingle about new oil revenues gushing into state coffers. And Albuquerque's crime rate keeps soaring.
December 19, 2019
Episode 42, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks with New Mexico House Minority Leader Jim Townsend about spending priorities and the exodus of our young workforce. Grants Democratic Mayor "Modey" Hicks explains how President Trump's policies are working. Plus Steve discusses how A Democratic plan to stop fracking would kill New Mexico's economy.
December 11, 2019
Episode 41, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses how Democrats have deliberately tipped the scales in the impeachment sham. He also talks about how President Trump's booming economy is making a difference for Americans, and a look at the shameful way Albuquerque's leaders are addressing a soaring violent crime problem.
December 06, 2019
Episode 40, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve talks about the impeachment hearings and how the Democrats' case is empty, the escalating crime problem in Albuquerque, the push for bail reform by a Republican state lawmaker and the outrageous remark a NM member of Congress made about President Trump.
November 27, 2019
Episode 39, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Special guest Leslie White, the Trump Victory New Mexico State Director, talks about the grassroots efforts to turn the state red in 2020.
November 21, 2019
Episode 38, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discuss the Biden hypocrisy involving Ukraine, New Mexico judges and D.A.s who won't do their job when it comes to releasing suspects in horrific crimes, the GOP's big day this past election day, and President Trump's declaration of war against the Mexican cartel.
November 14, 2019
Episode 37, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
The Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman talks about: The Party's election lawsuit against the State The latest on the Trump impeachment fight The takeout of the top leader of ISIS The economy and a Heroes Banquet in Roswell, NM.
November 07, 2019
Episode 36, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 36, October 28, 2019 Special Guest Melinda Rivera of Real Latinos for Trump. Steve talks with Melinda about conservative grassroots outreach to the Hispanic community and her upcoming events in Artesia and Hobbs on November 5. Also: DOJ begins to investigate itself over Russia probe Former Obama intel heads admit they were just following Obama’s orders Conservatives protest Xochtil Torres Small for not being honest with voters about impeachment probe
October 30, 2019
Episode 35, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
In this episode, Steve discusses: The 2020 Democrat Debate: Elizabeth Warren targeted by rest of field for not being honest about who will pay for her expensive plans Record crowd in Dallas to support President Trump, who touts growing economy, low unemployment and energy independence Media bias: Project Veritas exposes CNN for their anti-Trump bias Discussion on trial of pro-life activists who exposed Planned Parenthood for selling aborted baby body parts California's wildfires: We can blame the politicians Gov. Lujan Grisham's hand-picked "task force" rubber stamps her plan to legalize recreational marijuana
October 25, 2019
Episode 34, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 34, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce In this episode, Steve discusses: Congressional Democrats ignore long standing impeachment process rules Beto O’Rourke threatens churches; Elizabeth Warren mocks traditional values voters Discussion on President Trump’s decision to limit U.S. military obligations President Trump signs executive order to force federal government to actually help business — and put an end to the power drunk administrative state Conservatives protest Democrat Rep. Torres Small for having it both ways on impeachment Construction boom in Southeast New Mexico, thanks to oil and gas industry
October 17, 2019
Episode 33, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 33, October 7, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Interview with Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace Beto on Guns — will 2020 Dems follow his radical ways? Biden, Sanders and Warren — uncompetitive vs. Trump How President Trump will survive impeachment threat Record low unemployment under President Trump Gov. Lujan Grisham and Mayor Keller can’t get crime under control
October 10, 2019
Episode 32, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 32, September 30, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Exposing the truth on the Democrats quest to impeach President Trump Joe Biden’s own words prove corruption President Trump declares that our rights come from God, not government President Trump gains support from union workers in the Rust Belt New Mexico’s federal court case overload — what’s causing the holdup? Latest on the impact of the federal court ruling stopping all activity in NM’s national forests
October 03, 2019
Episode 31, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 31, September 25, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Donald Trump Jr. raises record funds for RPNM Booming economy contributes to surging support for Trump among Hispanics and other minority community groups Left-wing Democrat fails in pushing for boycott of local business Dems hatred for President Trump drives impeachment talk President Trump attracts gathering of 50,000 Indian Americans in Houston President Trump goes directly after world tyrants at United Nations General Assembly Corruption in Biden family Green New Deal — NM Dems support damaging NM economy Governor’s flawed plan for free college
September 26, 2019
Episode 30, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce. SPECIAL EDITION ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’s VISIT
Episode 30, September 17, 2019 President Trump’s exciting visit and his optimistic message for New Mexicans Refuting Democrat false attacks on Trump’s record, point by point Attacks on oil fields in Saudi Arabia President Trump’s approach to dealing with Iran and other adversaries False attacks on Justice Kavanaugh
September 19, 2019
Episode 29, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 29, September 9, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Strong economy under President Trump is a reason why NM is competitive in 2020 RNC national press secretary Blair Ellis discusses President Trump’s upcoming visit to New Mexico Media Bias Watch — Joe Biden gets a pass President Trump remains tough with Afghanistan, Iran and China BLM headquarters relocates to the Western U.S. — but Dems oppose Albuquerque progressives push pro-incumbent public financing scheme
September 13, 2019
Episode 28, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 28, September 2, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: GOP House Minority Leader Jim Townsend on NM state budget surplus: Will Dems waste this unique opportunity? GOP State Sen. Bill Burt on lacking results from early childhood education spending President Trump puts more pressure on China by imposing tariffs Chinese targeting pro-democracy leaders in Hong Kong Democrat party registration is falling NM Gaming Board says no to raffles for political parties NM Supreme Court invalidates part of Democrat’s election reform law
September 04, 2019
Episode 27, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 27, August 26, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Democrat presidential candidates going far, far left Will unions support Dems in 2020? Bernie's $16 trillion green dream would destroy New Mexico New Mexico’s tragic drug problem Fentanyl coming from China to America via our own postal service President Trump stands up to China — and is doing what exactly Dem politicians had wanted President Trump competing for New Mexico in 2020 Democrat state senator with DWI refuses to resign Planned Parenthood defunds itself
August 29, 2019
Episode 26, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 26, August 19, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: The legacy of Mother Teresa and her influence over our nation Do illegal immigrants take jobs from Americans? New York Times editor makes shocking admission about Trump coverage Was Israel right to bar Democrat Reps. Tlaib and Omar from the country? Importance of the USMCA trade agreement Hypocrisy of Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee Another federal court victory for Trump Is a recession coming?
August 22, 2019
Episode 25, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 25, August 12, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — how faith guides his leadership Is President Trump really a racist? Leaving Hate Behind — spiritual transformations of former white supremacists Dayton, OH - Antifa’s first mass murderer Fallout from Epstein suicide and more New Mexico connections Democrat congresswoman Deb Haaland sued for defamation
August 15, 2019
Episode 24, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 24, August 5, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Domestic terrorism in El Paso and Dayton Interview with Carol Wight of Crime Matters Albuquerque (www.CrimeMattersABQ.com) Steve's appointment as chairman of the U.S. Export-Import Bank Advisory Committee Trade with China Suppression of conservative views on social media
August 08, 2019
Episode 23, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 23, July 29, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Mueller’s failed congressional testimony — contradictions and confusion Worldwide, a yearning for independence and liberty — the UK, Hong Kong and Russia Gov. Lujan Grisham’s controversial firing of the public education secretary Big raises in Albuquerque for Mayor Keller’s senior staff Corruption and voter fraud allegations in Las Vegas, NM Supreme Court rules for Trump administration, allows border wall construction President Trump restores the federal death penalty
August 02, 2019
Episode 22, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 22, July 22, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Uncivilized behavior in Congress Iranian crisis Victory in courts for religious liberty Democrats fail at impeachment Dem Rep. Ayanna Pressley and identity politics Union grievances filed against Bernie Sanders Sagging polls for Gov Lujan Grisham and her recent startling remarks
July 25, 2019
Episode 21, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 21, July 15, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: China’s suppression of free thought — similarities to California Democrat infighting: The Squad vs. Nancy Pelosi Chaos in Venezuela — impact to education and the economy Court victory for Trump Administration policy regarding harmful sanctuary cities Continued fallout from the Jeffrey Epstein case, right here in New Mexico.
July 18, 2019
Episode 20, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 20, July 8, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: Our booming economy under President Trump Mexico secures their side of the border Sex trafficking, the Jeffrey Epstein case and connection to Clinton Dangerous roads in Southeast New Mexico Special treatment for the powerful - State Sen. Richard Martinez and District Attorney Francesca Estevez Colin Kaepernick manufactures controversy about U.S. flag
July 10, 2019
Episode 19, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 19, July 1, 2019 In this episode, Steve discusses: 1. Analysis of Democrat presidential debate 2. Border Crisis — it began under Obama, not Trump 3. Population exodus from blue states like New York 4. Tax increases hitting New Mexico this week
July 04, 2019
Episode 18, Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce
Episode 18, June 24, 2019 In today's episode: Updates on federal budget negotiations and President Trump’s USMCA trade agreement awaiting congressional action; Developments on the southern border crisis, including a compare/contrast between the approaches in Texas and New Mexico; Analysis of President Trump’s handling of Iran; Commentary on the culture wars, including congressional hearings on reparations for slavery and a U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding religious symbols.
June 27, 2019
Episode 17, Inside New Mexico - June 17, 2019
Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce -- June 17, 2019. Today's discussion includes: Progressive Democrats challenge conservative and moderate Democrats; conservative vs. liberal values and political correctness in the UK; Pelosi stands in way of USMCA trade agreement; Oberlin College held accountable for defamation; Vermont's radical abortion law; and Democrat demands for President Trump's tax returns.
June 20, 2019
Inside New Mexico: Dilemma for China, Opportunity for NM, Abortion Contract Cancelled, Mexican Tariffs off and Min Wage Hike
WELCOME TO INSIDE NEW MEXICO (INM) RADIO BROADCAST WITH GOP CHAIRMAN PEARCE AND Radio Host Derek Today on INM GOP Chairman Steve Pearce Discusses: Dilemma for China, Opportunity for NM, Abortion Contract Cancelled, Mexican Tariffs off and Min Wage Hike. Thank you for Listening, Tune in next week for INSIDE NM with GOP Chairman Steve Pearce. RARE EARTHS -- DILEMMA FOR CHINA, OPPORTUNITY FOR NEW MEXICO A recent video commentary by Dick Morris put a spotlight on the issue of rare earths and the role they are playing in the trade battle between the U.S. and China. TRUMP CANCELS FEDERAL CONTRACT TO BUY ABORTED BABY PARTS The Trump Administration put an end to a $2 million federal contract to purchase body parts from aborted babies and use them in research. MEXICAN TARIFFS OFF FOR NOW The big news from the President’s overseas trip to Europe was that his negotiators, led by Vice President Pence, successfully got Mexico to take action to stem the flow of migrants coming through Mexico President Trump got Mexico to the negotiating table again after threatening them with tariffs if they don’t help the U.S. combat this migration that is overwhelming our Border Patrol agents NEW MEXICO NEWS BRIEFS Popular Las Cruces restaurant may close due to minimum wage hike International Delights Café in Las Cruces has been serving international cuisine to Las Cruces for 22 years, but it might have to shutter its doors because of increasing minimum wage costs. Inside NM would not be possible without listeners like you and local radio stations that rebroadcast INSIDE NM free of charge. Special thanks to Derek from KDSK Radio. Thank you!
June 13, 2019
Inside New Mexico (INM) June 7, 2019
WELCOME TO INSIDE NEW MEXICO (INM) RADIO BROADCAST WITH GOP CHAIRMAN PEARCE AND Radio Host Derek Today on INM GOP Chairman Steve Pearce Discusses:Border update, trump 2020, how to get involved! Thanks for listening.
June 07, 2019
Inside New Mexico Memorial Day with Steve Pearce
WELCOME TO INSIDE NEW MEXICO (INM) RADIO BROADCAST WITH GOP CHAIRMAN PEARCE AND Radio Host Derek Today on INM GOP Chairman Steve Pearce Discusses: A federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump from building key sections of his border wall with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency, delivering what may prove a temporary setback on one of his highest priorities and A private group announced Monday that it has constructed a half-mile wall along a section of the U.S.-Mexico border in New Mexico, in what it said was a first in the border debate. The 18-foot steel bollard wall is similar to the designs used by the Border Patrol, sealing off a part of the border that had been a striking gap in existing fencing, according to We Build the Wall, the group behind the new section. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Is still saying "NO CRISIS" at the Southern Border, but is asking Congress for money, SUGAR TAX: From Philly to Santa Fe, and more... HOT TOPIC legislative issues in New Mexico, taxes, guns, abortion, rights and petitions intended to undo legislation that was passed in 2019. Follow us on Facebook to stay in touch: https://www.facebook.com/Inside-New-Mexico-Radio-342296416405361/ Inside New Mexico: 05-27-2019 INM-005
May 31, 2019
8. New Mexico Border Crisis, Crime All the time in Albuquerque, NM
Welcome to Inside New Mexico with Steve Pearce. Update on the Border Crisis, Crime All the time in Albuquerque, NM, Farewell to Harvey Twite, radio Host.
May 24, 2019
7. The real reason the mueller Report is being kept alive by Democrats: Fundraising.
Four Democratic Senators Vow To Protect Kittens. Here's How They Voted Regarding Unborn Children. Same four voted for extreme abortion bill allowing late term abortion and against the Born Alive bill. The real reason the mueller Report is being kept alive by Democrats: Fundraising. The Dems , primarily via email letters. The Dems have marketed their funding messages in “fights” and “battles” using manufactured hate for Trump with the promise of victory . So much for the Democrats HASHTAG Movement #LoveTrumpsHate SEGMENT 1: BORDER CONTINUES TO MAKE MAJOR NEWS; PRESIDENT TRUMP VISITS CALEXICO, CA; MEXICO STOPS ROLLING OUT RED CARPET; CUBANS MAKE UP MAJORITY ATTEMPTING PASSAGE VIA JUAREZ, MX; RPNM RELEASES FIRST SERIES OF BORDER VIDEOS: BOOTS ON THE GROUND, “BREAKING POINT: BORDER CRISIS IN HIDALGO COUNTY NM” WHERE CENTRAL AMERICAN ASYLUM SEEKERS MAKE UP THE MAJORITY ATTEMPTING TO PASSAGE VIA ANTELOPE WELLS PORT OF ENTRY; SEGMENT 2: DESPITE NAYSAYERS, U.S. ECONOMY UNDER TRUMP CONTINUES TO ROAR; IS FRACKING A MAJOR REASON WHY? Article Links: https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/04/05/the-us-economy-beat-the-experts-by-nearly-20000-jobs-in-march/ https://www.industryweek.com/economy/fracking-keeps-gas-pedal-us-economy SUMMARY The U.S. economy is strong and growing, according to the latest jobs report. The Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday released a positive jobs report on March, showing gains of 196,000 jobs, after only 20,000 jobs were created in February. All the while, the U.S. continues to boast an almost record low unemployment rate and rising wages for workers. Notable details of the March jobs report showed the unemployment rate held steady at 3.8 percent in March, and the labor force participation rate was essentially unchanged. In addition, the African-American unemployment rate fell from 7% in February to 6.7% in March, teenage unemployment fell from 13.4% to 12.8%, and adult female unemployment fell from 3.4% to 3.3%. Rising Wages: In March, average hourly earnings for all employees on private nonfarm payrolls rose by 4 cents to $27.70, following a 10-cent gain in February. Over the past 12 months, average hourly earnings have increased by 3.2%. Continuing with the momentum, in a separate report released earlier this week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that initial jobless claims not only beat expert predictions, but they haven’t been this low in nearly 50 years.
May 10, 2019
6. USA Border overrun by illegal immigrants; NM Governor signs bills to INVALIDATE local Right-To-Work laws and more
Welcome to Inside New Mexico with GOP Chairman Steve Pearce. SEGMENT 1: USA BORDER OVERRUN BY ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS; USBP FORCED TO CLOSE CHECKPOINTS AND DIVERT RESOURCES; PRESIDENT THREATENS TO CLOSE BORDER; MEANWHILE NEW FENCING PLANNED NEAR COLUMBUS, NM at the new Port Of Entry. U.S. Border Patrol is forced to close inland security checkpoints in NM and West Texas due to influx of immigrants claiming asylum A total of six checkpoints are closed, including all five in New Mexico, and one in West Texas The agents at the checkpoints deal largely with seizures of marijuana and other drugs from motorists. “To process and ensure appropriate care for those in custody, resources, including personnel, have been diverted from other border security priorities,” a U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesperson said in a statement. SEGMENT 2: NEWS FROM SANTA FE; GOV SIGNS BILLS TO INVALIDATE LOCAL RIGHT-TO-WORK LAWS; SAME-DAY VOTER REGISTRATION; HOSTS CALL WITH COUNTY COMMISSIONS Right-to-Work: Supporters of right-to-work legislation in New Mexico were dealt a big blow Wednesday when Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law a bill to prohibit counties from passing their own right-to-work laws. The bill (House Bill 85) was a direct answer to a push by right-leaning organizations, led by Americans for Prosperity, to localize efforts that failed to pass the Legislature in 2015. Even with HB 85 signed into law, there will likely be a legal challenge. Burly Cain (Americans for Prosperity) said there are “ongoing legal discussions going on” about whether the New Mexico Constitution allows for the state to retroactively repeal local county laws and whether the National Labor Relations Act allows counties to pass such legislation. Same-Day Voter Registration: New Mexico is the 18th state (plus the District of Columbia) to allow same-day voter registration. The law will not go into effect until 2021, so it will not be in place for next year’s presidential election. And the law will not allow voters to change their party affiliation during a primary election. Lujan Grisham said the law will increase voter participation. SEGMENT 3: “UNPLANNED” -- MOVIE ABOUT PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC DIRECTOR TURNED PRO-LIFE ACTIVIST OPENS THIS WEEKEND Fox News Opinion from Abby Johnson: I worked at Planned Parenthood for eight years, rising through the ranks from volunteer escort, to clinic counselor to clinic director. I was awarded the Employee of the Year prize in 2008 and was one of the youngest clinic directors in the country, setting an example of how to run a clinic to churn out as many abortions – the biggest money maker – as I could. Then it all changed when I was asked to assist in an ultrasound-guided abortion. Healthcare That Works For All Americans President Trump made it clear he is prioritizing fixing our broken healthcare system and is committed to working with Congress to implement a system that works for all Americans. The debate Is Over Mueller Report Shows No Collusion, No Obstruction DONATE TODAY! KEEP INSIDE NEW MEXICO ON THE AIR: https://newmexico.gop/contribute/ RPNM Like Us on Facebook: @ Republican Party of New Mexico Follow US on Twitter: @NewMexicoGOP Call US at: 505-298-3662 Check US out online at: NewMexico.GOP
April 23, 2019
5. Inside New Mexico: Four Democratic Senators protecting kittens and not babies, crisis on the Southern Border and much more
- Subscribe to the show so you don't miss another episode. NM GOP Chairman Steve Pearce comments on multiple topics this week, including: Four Democratic Senators protecting kittens and not babies, crisis on the Southern Border, Cubans on the border. Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen departs, U.S. and New Mexico economy stats up. Rising wages, Fracking, NM legislatures wrap-up, bills passed and vetoed, plus commentary on the "Electoral College Vote Loss" for New Mexico.
April 12, 2019
4. Federal judge blocks oil and gas drilling in Wyoming and how this affects New Mexico's future
WELCOME TO INSIDE NEW MEXICO (INM) RADIO BROADCAST WITH GOP CHAIRMAN PEARCE AND HOST "HARVEY T" Today on INM GOP Chairman Steve Pearce Discusses: Federal judge blocks oil and gas drilling in Wyoming and how this action could affect New Mexico in the future. HOT TOPIC legislative issues in New Mexico, taxes, guns, abortion, rights and petitions intended to undo legislation that was passed in 2019. Follow us on Facebook to stay in touch: https://www.facebook.com/Inside-New-Mexico-Radio-342296416405361/ 03-27-2019 INM-005
March 28, 2019
3. Inside New Mexico with Chairman Steve Pearce - March 22
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March 24, 2019
2. Inside NM: Tax increase in New Mexico, decriminalizing abortion and much more | March 6, 2019
In this episode of Inside NM with Steve Pearce learn about: The greatest tax increase in NM - House Bill 6 (HB 6) Minute 2:05 It will increase taxes on anyone who makes more than $17,000/ yr. Vehicle purchase and vehicle registration tax increase and much more! This bill directly affects most all hard working New Mexican families. Click here to learn more: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Legislation/Legislation?chamber=H&legType=B&legNo=6&year=19 Decriminalize Abortion - House Bill 51 (HB 51) Minute 9:05 One of the most extreme new abortion laws is being proposed in Santa Fe Click here to learn more: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Legislation/Legislation?chamber=H&legtype=B&legno=51&year=19 What are the economical ramifications of the abortion issue Minute 18:15 Legalization of recreational marijuana Minute 24:20
March 11, 2019
1. What's going on in New Mexico: Late term abortion, gun control, recreational marijuana and much more
In today's show Steve Pearce and Harvey discuss what's going on in New Mexico! - How the NM Governor and the legislature are trying to shift our state from New Mexico centric to national centric pushing the national Democratic agenda. - How late term abortion discussion is shifting in American and New Mexico! - How the New Mexican legislature is adding more gun control and restrictions in New Mexico and how the public, our police force are reacting to this shift? - How 15 out of 33 County Sheriffs have turned their counties into Sanctuary Gun Zone! - What no one talks about when it comes to legalizing recreational marijuana and what hard working New Mexican families must consider. Share YOUR thoughts of legalizing recreational marijuana and how you believe it will affect our state of New Mexico considering how nearly 1 out of every 2 citizens are on some form of government assistant? Leave us a comment here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newmexicogop/
March 04, 2019