Overweight Albuquerque men who are confused about their
sexual identity have decided to shave their legs and interact with
Albuquerque’s youngest children. Last
Saturday Albuquerque’s Main Library hosted Bunnie and Vanessa, two men who had
packed on enough makeup to plaster a house and donned elaborate wigs to gain
access to children ages 3 to 7 through the library’s Drag Queen Storytime.
A small group of those who place traditional family values
above sexual dysphoria protested the event and for good reason. A similar event in Houston allowed a
convicted pedophile to participate in Drag
Queen Storytime. The result was a
much needed public apology from library officials. (SEE https://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen3/19a/MR-TX-Houston-DQSH-battle/expose-sex-offender.html)
Mr. Dean Smith, the librarian in charge, is planning more of these events.
If you would like express an objection to men posing as
women and reading to our children, please let Mr. Smith know your displeasure
and discomfort in allowing 3 to 7 year olds to participate in this type of library
sponsored event. Men who refuse to accept
their biological reality should not be allowed such public access.
The following is Mr. Smith’s contact information:
Mr. Dean Smith
501 Copper Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Telephone (505) 768-5195
Please call, write or text Mr. Dean Smith.
Also, please keep Mr. Smith and these men in the throes of sexual confusion in your prayers.
And please pray for righteousness in this situation.
New Mexico Watchman
Therefore I also, after I heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all the saints, do not cease to give thanks for you, making mention of you in my prayers…
In the next few days the
U.S. House of Representative is expected to pass the Equality Act HB 5.
The legislation gives discrimination against the LGBTQ community equal
status to racial discrimination as decided in the Civil Rights Act
of 1964. In reality, the act goes much further.
traditional views on sexuality and
marriage will experience the full force of federal law if they do not comply
with the homosexual agenda. The law goes beyond protecting the LGBTQ
community. It creates a protected class of people based on their sexual
activity and how they self-define their preferences.
Any response, concession
or behavior an individual LGBTQ person seeks and does not receive can be
defined as prejudice against him or her.
In addition, abortion
is written into the law in such a way as to disallow any restriction.
All hospitals and physicians will be required to perform abortions and any
religious objection would become null and void.
The following is some of
what can be expected if Equality Act HB 5 is passes into law:
- Abortion will be treated like
any other medical procedure by hospitals, physicians and staff. Refusal to
participate in an abortion will be an act of discrimination against the
individuals requesting the treatment procedure. The Weldon Amendment,
which provides for conscientious objection, will be eliminated.
- Men will be allowed in women’s
bathrooms, locker rooms and dressing rooms, erasing women’s safety,
privacy, and dignity.
- Men will be allowed to
usurp women’s athletic competitions merely by identifying as women.
- Religious freedom will be eradicated if it
in any way contradicts acceptance of the LGBTQ dogma. Hiring of LGBTQ
individuals will be required by churches.
- Major funding by the Federal
Government for abortions will be made available. To disallow funding
would be deemed discriminatory.
- Eventually the Bible
will be defined as “hate speech.” Biblical verses that address
homosexuality will be disallowed and teaching about them will be liable to
- Expect lawsuits if rental properties do
not give priority to members of the LGBTQ community, if members of the
LGBTQ community are not hired, if they are not given advancement, etc.
The LGBTQ tactic has
always been clear: present homosexuality and gender confusion as a normal and
sympathetic behavior, then reach as far into the rights of others as possible.
The Democratic Party has
wholeheartedly embraced the Equality Act HB 5. Only four
Republican votes are needed for the Senate to also pass Equality Act HB 5 and
send it to the Presidents’ desk. The President is expected to veto the bill.
The strength of the
LBGTQ community is clearly demonstrated in this effort. Unfortunately, by
contrast, the ineffectiveness of those holding a Christian worldview is also in
Please pray for our country and pray for the defeat of the Equality Act HB 5.
New Mexico Watchman
The Democratic controlled New Mexico State Legislature 2019 Session had as its agenda legalizing marijuana, allowing doctors to prescribe lethal doses of medication to patients and erasing any limits on abortion. None of these measures passed because of a concerted effort by the New Mexico Christian community.
Three Christian Bible Studies were conducted at the Roundhouse during the session. Seven Pro-Life events were held at the State Capitol this year. They were as follows:
State Capitol Events 2019 New Mexico Legislative Session
1. Sanctity of Life Awareness and Unity Day (SALUD)Sponsored by the Bishop of New Mexcio: Allan Sanchez and Steve Rangle Coordinators
2. Medical Profession for Life Sponsored by Patient’s Rights Action Fund and Family Policy Alliance: Vince Torres and Barbara Lyons Coordinators
3. Pastor’s Day at the CapitolSponsored by New Mexico Prays and Family Policy Alliance: Pastor Brian Alarid and Vince Torres Coordinators
4. Rosary for LifeSponsored by Saint Anne Catholic Church and Saint John the Baptist Catholic Church: Father John Sanchez and Father Larry Brito Coordinators
5. Protest for LifeSponsored by Abortion Free New Mexico: Bud and Tara Shaver Coordinators
6. Candle Light Vigil for LifeSponsored by the Bishop of New Mexico: Archbishop John Wester, Allan Sanchez and Steve Rangle Coordinators
7. Rally for LifeHispanic Alliance Network: Denee Reyes and Mark Gonzales Coordinators
Thank you Denee Reyes whom could found in the Rotunda singing praise and worship songs between rallies.
The New Mexico Bishops, Allan Sanchez and Deacon Steve Rangel, Alliance for Life, Elisa Martinez, Right to Life New Mexico, Dauneen Dulce and Ethel Maharg, Family Policy Alliance, Vince Torres, were the lobbying efforts that changed the hearts and minds of the Legislators.
Legislators who were at the forefront of these effort have been Senator Bill Sharer (R Farmington), Representative Rod Montoya (R Farmington), Representative David Gallegos (D Eunice) Senator Pat Woods (D Broadview) and Representative Representative Gregg Schmedes (D Tijeras) to name a few.
A very special thank you to these and countless others who made the phone calls, sent the emails, testified in committee hearings, attended the rallies, sang the songs and gave New Mexico a godly year for the first time in a long time.
God bless NewMexico.
New Mexico Watchman
We received the following notification from Abortion Free New Mexico, and respectfully pass it on for your consideration. Let us be silent no more!
WE THE PEOPLE NEW MEXICO RALLYTomorrow – Monday, March 4th 12:00 NoonIn front of the Roundhouse
We the People of New Mexico: Protest
(Online version): http://www.abortionfreenm.com/news/we-the-people-of-new-mexico-protest
Santa Fe, NM- We the People of New Mexico: Citizens of New Mexico are concerned about the direction that New Mexico legislators are taking the state. You are invited to voice your concerns at a rally in Santa Fe.
Here is your chance to voice your concern on issues like abortion, becoming a sanctuary state, boarder security, minimum wage, oil and gas constraints, new and higher taxes, gun control and many others that will affect you and your communities!
We have been silent too long!
- When: Monday March 4, 2019
- Time: 12pm (noon)
- Where: Front of the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, New Mexico
BRING YOUR SIGNS. (Signs will also be provided by Abortion Free New Mexico .)
- Do not make an issue of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (that makes it vindictive and personal)
- DO make it about the issues of concern about the bills being proposed.
- DO keep your composure and keep anger and disrespectful language out of the rally.
The nation watched as the Obama Administration forced the Little Sisters of the Poor to provide contraception to the nuns. The Supreme Court finally said no, they didn’t have to.
Now New Mexico State Rep. Deborah Armstrong has come up with HB 89 Health Coverage for Contraception. The bill requires insurance companies to provide birth control to both men and women. (Birth control for men? Condoms? Vasectomies?)
The New Mexico bill does NOT include a religious exemption.
When Rep Armstrong was asked why not, she responded, “because I didn’t want to.” The ridiculous response drew laughter from the gallery. Our local paper, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported that a religious exemption had been included. It does not.
Representative Rob Montoya pointed out that the absence of such a statement leaves New Mexicans vulnerable to lawsuits repeating the need of Little Sisters of the Poor for a legal defense.
Representative Armstrong needs to be asked why she’s proposing laws that will cause harm to religious organizations. “Because I didn’t want to” is not a good enough answer.
HB 89 Health Coverage for Contraception now goes the Senate for committee assignments.
New Mexico Watchman
February 19, 2019
February 6, 2019
When laws prohibit a behavior, the law clearly condemns that behavior.
Where there is no law, that behavior proliferates.
HB 51 Decriminalizing Abortion removes any and all barriers to abortions.
New Mexico is already a late-term abortion capital, allowing abortion up to the moment before birth. HB 51 Decriminalizing Abortion will remove any and all restrictions on abortion in our state. For example without a law, a nurse could open a practice to abort and Christus St Vincents Hospital could be required to abort babies.
Tonight Wednesday, February 6, the New Mexico Legislature will debate HB 51 Decriminalizing Abortion. The House session convenes at 4:50 p.m. Debate is expected to start around 5:00 p.m. The House proceedings will be webcast. The link is http://sg001-harmony.sliq.net/00293/harmony.
Please pray for the New Mexico State House of Representative tonight and please call your Representative and urge them to vote NO on HB 51 Decriminalizing Abortion.
Thank you and God bless us all.
New Mexico Watchman
He who follows righteousness and mercy finds life, righteousness, and honor. Proverbs 21:21
Oppose HB 51 – Decriminalization of Abortion
January 22, 2019
In 1969 laws were passed in New Mexico outlawing abortion in our State. The legislation has remained law even though the Supreme Court’s Roe v Wade decision in 1973 made abortion legal throughout the United States.
Should Roe v Wade be over turned or modified by the Supreme Court, the issue of abortion then reverts back the states. The 1969 law in New Mexico would then again be law. The Democratic party is fearful of that being the case. The party leadership, primarily Brian Egolf (D-Santa Fe) have made removing the law and its protections, top priority.
The bill has been pre-filed, fast-tracked, and scheduled for an initial hearing as soon as possible. The bill, HB 51 – Decriminalization of Abortion (Joanne Ferrary D. Las Cruces), is assigned to the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee.
If HB 51 passes and Roe v Wade is struck down, no law will be in place and anyone could, in theory, perform abortions. Medical staff, doctors and nurses etc. could be forced to perform abortions against their conscience. And no legal basis for not allowing forced abortions would exist.
Because HB 51 is fast-tracked, a hearing on the bill may take place this Saturday, January 26, 2019 by the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee. When the hearing on this bill is confirmed, you will be informed.
Please contact the members of the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee and inform them of your opposition to – HB 51 Decriminalization of Abortion.
House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee
But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me:
for of such is the kingdom of heaven. And he laid his hands on them,
and departed thence.
October 18, 2018
Dear Praying Friends,
Attached please find the New Mexico Citizen Stewardship Election Guide. The guide has been made available by the Hispanic Action Network.
Please note this elections guide is has been approved for use in all churches.
When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice;
But when a wicked man rules, the people groan.
The New Mexico State Legislature is expected to hear proposed legislation entitled “Medical Aid in Dying (MAID)” during the 2019 legislative session that begins in January in Santa Fe, NM.
Medical Aid in Dying, also known as Death with Dignity, Physician Assisted Suicide and End of Life Options, allows a physician to prescribe a lethal dose of medication to a patient with the understanding that the medication is to be used to cause the death of the patient as the result of suicide. The legislation declares the physician free of any legal consequences as the result of participating in the death.
The rationale for Medical Aid in Dying is that it is a compassionate alternative for those suffering from a terminal illness. The prescription is intended to bring a life to an end, thus hastening the inevitable death. The reasoning behind Medical Aid in Dying is the same as for euthanasia: the desire for a compassionate end of life and the avoidance of suffering.
“Safeguards” are prescribed in the legislation in an attempt to avoid the exploitation of the death. The patient must initiate the suicide by requesting his or her own death. The patient must self-administer a lethal dose of prescribed medication. The physician must concur and prescribe the lethal dose. A consulting physician must concur. And a single family member must agree. The result is irreversible: the patient dies.
The following are concerns surrounding this legislation.
- Disregard for Human Life
A disregard for human life inevitably follows state-sanctioned killing, regardless of the safeguards. The European experiment began with physician-assisted suicide. The weak and vulnerable are very susceptible and eventually succumb to the growing demand for their deaths. Today euthanizing infants is in practice there.
- Uncertainty Regarding a Diagnosis of Terminal Illness
A diagnosis of terminal illness is not always accurate. Estimating the end of life can vary dramatically. An example of a missed prognosis is Ms. Aja Riggs, diagnosed with a terminal illness in 2011 and the plaintiff in the case for assisted suicide that was overruled by the New Mexico Supreme Court in 2016. According to all accounts Ms. Riggs is enjoying her prolonged life.
- Inherent Corruption of the Patient-Doctor Relationship
Third, there is a corruption of the patient-doctor relationship. The physician-patient relationship is a complex one. The physician’s authority holds exceptional weight in prescribing a treatment regime. Once a physician recommends suicide, the patient’s healing is necessarily compromised. The patient’s expectation is that the best decisions are being made on his or her behalf. That assurance comes into conflict with the suggestion of taking one’s life.
- Economic Incentives for Promoting Suicide
The economic incentives inherent in providing a patient with a premediated death are obvious. The insurance industry is offering to pay for Medical Aid in Dying in lieu of expensive, life-extending medical treatment. The preservation of inheritance is another obvious factor. The wealthy are especially vulnerable to death by those seeking an inheritance.
- Familial Relationship Compromised
Familial relationships are compromised. The adage that property divides families following the death of parents is axiomatic. Such factors as single parenthood and geographic distances have diminished familial relationships. We live in an era in which government has enable the destruction of the American family. We are a nation of 13.6 million single parents, for example. Assuming that family members always have the best interest of the patient in mind is fallacious.
- Human Dignity and Equality before the Law
Our nation’s judiciary is based on the idea of human dignity and equality before the law. The argument for Medical Aid in Dying is that a patient’s dignity, autonomy and self-control are inherent in planning their own death, but the opposite may be true. A person facing their own demise may not experience dignity and autonomy. Prejudging a dying person’s state of mind and their ability to make end of life decisions introduces major uncertainty. You cannot offer equality – much less human dignity – to the deceased.
- Wrongful Death Lawsuits
Wrongful death lawsuits may be filed against those not covered by the law who participate in a Medical Aid in Dying event. Anyone with standing can disagree with a Medical Aid in Dying case and claim that the death was the result of carelessness or was a dangerous, intentional act of deceit.
- Palliative Care and Other Treatment Choices
Palliative care, pain management and hospice are always viable alternatives to killing the patient, avoiding all of the above.
- When Death becomes Commonplace
When the taking of life becomes commonplace, complacency about taking life follows. What follows assisted suicide is euthanasia. In the Netherlands in 1990, deaths from euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide were 1.7% of deaths. By 2015 the number had increased to 4.5%, a 250% increase. Normalization and acceptance of death have always resulted in an escalation.
- Judeo-Christian Principles
If we were to add another insight, it would be that the Judeo-Christian underpinnings of our nation point only to respect for and choosing life in each and every case, from natural birth to natural death. The burden of having enabled a patient’s death should not be laid on a physician or others trained to heal and preserve life.
New Mexico Watchman