Description : The Richardson era in New Mexico with its Pay to play scenarios has exacted its toll on the judicial system in the state. Being a Republican Candidate for District Court Judge for the Third Judicial District, on the ballot during the same time frame that Democratic Candidates have been alleged to have bought their positions on the Third Judicial District, gives me a unique position to comment on this alleged Pay to play judicial scheme. I have detailed the events that surrounded several elections including the elections during the Richardson era and how they had a direct impact on me.
Description : Everyone has heard of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. But what about close encounters of the fatal kind? The field of UFOs is rife with unsettling examples of suspicious deaths. Accounts of accidents that might not have been accidents after all, abound. Researchers and witnesses have vanished, never to be seen again. Conveniently timed heart attacks are reported. Out-of-the-blue suicides that, upon investigation, bear the distinct hallmarks of murder, are all too common. And grisly deaths at the hands of both extraterrestrials and government agents have occurred. Highlights of Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind include: The strange saga of the incredible melting man. The UFO-related death of the first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal. The mysterious disappearances of military pilots and their connection to UFOs. The connections between national security and the sudden deaths of UFO investigators. Getting too close to the cosmic truth about alien abductions, Roswell, and what the government really knows about UFOs can—clearly—be a deadly business. The government’s latest admission of the existence of Area 51 is barely the tip of a very big iceberg.
Description : Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind: cases in which personal contact between an individual or individuals is initiated by the “occupants” of the spacecraft. Such contact may involve the transportation of the individual from his or her terrestrial surroundings into the spacecraft, where the individual is communicated with and/or subjected to an examination before being returned. One might expect that a “scientific conference” devoted to people who have reported being kidnapped by “little green men” would be dismissed out of hand. But C.D.B. Bryan, the greatly admired journalist and author of Friendly Fire, did not dismiss it: the conference was to be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and would have as its chairmen a Pulitzer Prize-winning Harvard psychiatry professor and a professor of physics from M.I.T. Bryan attended the conference throughout its five days. He approached the subject with no prior stand, no agenda, and an open (if slightly skeptical) mind. As the conference progressed, he was astonished by the quality of the stories told by the hundreds of men and women who came forward hesitantly and reluctantly with their utterly amazing—and utterly convincing—accounts of having been abducted and then examined aboard extraterrestrial spacecraft by spindly limbed, telepathic gray creatures with outsized foreheads dominated by huge, compelling, tear-shaped black eyes. What most astonished Bryan were the similarities found again and again in these accounts and the consistency of their details. It is here that the heart of the mystery lies: as the Harvard professor John E. Mack asked at the conference, “If what the abductees are saying isn’t happening to them, then what is?” This question—and the possible answers—are at the center of this richly explicit, serious, and riveting book. Bryan recreates the conference. He interviews ufology’s most prominent psychiatrists, psychologists, hypnotherapists, researchers, physicists, physicians, and folklorists. He interweaves throughout the testimony of the abductees themselves, who tell us their stories in chilling detail. He presents, in depth, the Close Encounter experiences of two women whose stories he tells on the basis of both their spontaneous recollections of the events and their memories that were retrieved through sessions of hypnosis of which Bryan himself was a witness. Finally, Bryan examines the current theories—psychological, psychiatric, medical, parapsychological—that have been put forward by the unconvinced to explain the abduction phenomenon. Are the abductees suffering from some sort of false memory syndrome? . . . a multiple or dissociative personality disorder? . . . Are they fantasy-prone? Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind is a detailed, objective exploration—the most concrete to date—of one of the enduring and amazing mysteries of our time. It is a book that will equally fascinate believers and nonbelievers.
Description : Traces the many accounts of alien abductions, including both obvious hoaxes and cases that are not easily explained.
Description : ROSALIE TELLS HER TALES - HEARTWARMING AND SOMETIMES HEARTBREAKING - WITH SIMPLE HONESTY AND UNFLINCING DETAIL. HER LOVE OF THE ANIMALS SHE TRIES TO HELP IS ALWAYS OBVIOUS, BUT IT IS HER DEEP RESPECT FOR COWS THAT MAKE THEM COME ALIVE AS INDIVIDUALS.
Description : Through the means of what he calls "speculative fiction", Michael Bishop examines the various links between man and the supernatural by exploring the relationships and conflicts between mortals and deities of other worlds, in other times and within other cultures. His scope isn't limited to alien environments, however. Bishop's talent for transforming the commonplace into the fantastic often reaches into our own backyards, and the results are astounding: - A father's love for his son and the influence of the evangelist's strange teachings prompt a desperate and violent act. - In a surreal world of unceasing movies where the inhabitants serve constantly as an audience, one man seeks to confront he ultimate power which controls their lives. - A young boy's talent for ventriloquism results in an irresistible summons from an all-powerful source. - A Midwestern farmer's compelling visions draw him to the oceanic god of an unusual cult. - Mysterious airborne hieroglyphics become a young scientist's obsession. With these and other stories, Michael Bishop weaves a colourful tapestry of character, theme and circumstance which attests to his position as on of the best in the field.
Description : Brings the reader information necessary to plan a trip to this popular Southwestern state. More than 400 hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and restaurants are reviewed, and over 100 destinations are described, with details of hundreds of sights. A variety of outdoor activities are described, including golf, fishing, mountain climbing and skiing.