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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
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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
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August 8, 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
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August 2, 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
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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.
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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
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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
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July 4, 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.
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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.
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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!
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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.
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June 7, 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     
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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.  
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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. 
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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
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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.
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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     
26:56
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
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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/
16:48
March 4, 2019
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