On this week’s episode Dowd and Paul offer a recap of the Foundation’s recent event on free trade with economist Don Boudreaux. Dowd takes on the race for space between Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos. Who will reach space with a commercially-viable launch first?
Gary Johnson may run for Senate. What happens if he does? Will he give Sen. Heinrich a fight if he does? Will he prepare better than he did for his presidential race?
Michelle Lujan-Grisham claims to be a fiscal conservative. RGF takes a closer look at that claim. Roosevelt and Lea put the total number of Right to Work counties at 7. Finally, Las Cruces’ Holtec hysteria.
2 Replies to “Tipping Point New Mexico Episode 015: Dowd and Paul recap Don Boudreaux luncheon, discuss space race between Branson & Bezos, and Gary Johnson mulls Senate run”
Gary is pro-nuke and that is good.
Las Cruces? Dowl said 44,000 shipments without incident worldwide and shipments are not even going though that part of the state.
Judgement fund – that was new to me. More research needed.
Yes, an advanced nuclear power plant should also be developed in the future on the site.
Experience is proof of safety. That is what Holtec brings.