Login

Gallup Sun

Sunday, Jul 22nd

Last update09:10:09 AM GMT

You are here: Opinions

Letter to the Editor

E-mail Print PDF
Editor,

Friday the thirteenth was a day to be reckoned with by 12 Russian Glavnoye razvedyvatel’noye upravleniye (GRU) officers of the foreign military intelligence agency of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, three days before the meeting between U.S. president Donald Trump and Russian...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF JULY 23

E-mail Print PDF
Dear reader, enjoy a heavenly sent week. Allow this time to enter unencumbered into the world of light, with no external expectations. This will either be a time of great healing or great suffering. The choice is yours. Madame G wishes you well on your journey of life. Speaking of journey, I’ll be off next week on a dude ranch holiday. I missed last week’s edition as my crystal ball malfunctioned (just kidding, forgot to add attachment, before taking off on a gondola ride.)

 

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Your heart is suffering. Pain is entrenched in your spirit and chokes you, as it holds you down. You can’t decide which way is up or down. Your instincts may tell you to inflict...

Navajo social workers change lives

E-mail Print PDF
ALBUQUERQUE—President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez opened the annual Navajo Nation Division of Social Services conference July 10, with back-to-back keynote speeches that highlighted recent successes and encouraged division employees to magnify Diné cultural teachings.

About one-third of the more than 500 employees in the division’s eight programs attended the 2018 conference, which runs through Thursday at Sandia Resort and Casino. The conference includes workshops addressing some of the most critical issues facing the Navajo Nation: alcohol and drug abuse, sexual assault, human trafficking, suicide, domestic violence and cyberbullying.

Guest speakers and...

Businesses enjoy return on investment in breastfeeding-friendly workplace

E-mail Print PDF
Employers who provide a space where employees can express and store milk or breastfeed a baby quickly realize the benefits of doing so.

According to the New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force, employers who comply with state and federal laws requiring them to provide a clean and private space for lactating mothers and to offer flexible break time so mothers can breastfeed or pump milk experience less absenteeism, lower health care costs and turnover rates, higher productivity and employee loyalty and positive community perception.

In other words, businesses that support breastfeeding employees are improving their own competitiveness and profitability.

“Absences due to infant illness...

Why is Human Life Precious?

E-mail Print PDF
Since 1973, there has been much heated discussion about the Supreme Court ruling entitled Roe vs. Wade. There are many heated opinions about the ruling and its aftermath. The purpose of this article is not to address the court’s ruling; rather, the purpose is to ask the question from a Biblical perspective, “Why is Human Life Precious?”

From an evolutionary point of view, the most valuable form of life is that which is strongest and survives, that which pushes its genes further into the future. Pragmatism pure and simple. For those who hold an evolutionary view, human life has no more, nor less, value than that of a dog, or even a worm or microbe. Only that which survives have...
  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »

Page 1 of 106