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Washington Free Beacon: New Mexico Democrat Starred in Pornos

A Democratic state house candidate in New Mexico admitted to starring in two pornographic films in the 1980s, the Santa Fe New Mexican reported on Monday. 

While making his way as a young dancer and actor in Los Angeles and New York City, Roger Montoyaor "Joe Savage," as he was known in the porn industrystarred in Hot Male Mechanics and Spring Training. Less than one month before November's general election, Montoya admitted on his Facebook campaign page that he is "not proud" of his roles in the adult films. 

"I am not proud of that choice, as I was young and naive," Montoya said in a statement. "But those experiences helped me to understand the exploitation young people face." 

Montoya's statement comes after the Piñon Post, a small online outlet, posted an unconfirmed report on Sept. 30 that the porn star turned politician had "unprotected sex in multiple gay films." Montoya, who was a gymnast in his youth, also appeared in Nudes in Limbo, a 1983 film featuring athletes performing stunts in the nude, and performed as a back-up dancer in Breakin' 2: The Electric Boogaloo.

After leaving the acting business, Montoya became an HIV/AIDS activist and artist and has founded multiple nonprofits to help the homeless, drug addicts, and others. In 2008, he cofounded a nonprofit arts program for children called Moving Arts Española, for which he was named a CNN Hero in 2019.

Montoya is running to represent New Mexico's 40th state house district against Republican Justin Salazar-Torrez. He's won the endorsement of many of New Mexico's top Democrats, including U.S. senator Martin Heinrich and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Democratic groups like Planned Parenthood. 

At the end of his statement, Montoya said he would continue to fight for the "dignity" of his community and quoted a verse from the Gospel of John: "The truth will set you free."

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The National Interest: 1973s Yom Kippur War Holds The Key To Solving Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

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As with the Arab-Israeli conflict, the broad contours of a political resolution to the dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia have been apparent for years: an unwinding of Stalin-era territorial gerrymandering, the return of displaced populations, and a subsequent harmonization of interstate borders.

The outbreak of war last week between Azerbaijan and Armenia increasingly appears to have been the result of a coordinated military gambit by Azerbaijan and Turkey. The reported involvement of Turkish-sponsored jihadists from Syria and Libya in the battles for the contested territory of Nagorno-Karabakh and beyond has dramatically raised the stakes in the decades-old conflict in the South Caucasus.

Driven by a complex set of domestic political motives and fraught history, the conflict now resembles the 1973 Arab-Israeli Yom Kippur War much more than it does any of the other conflicts in the former Soviet periphery, such as Crimea or South Ossetia.

This is cause for concern, but history may also point the way to a durable peace. What will be needed after the guns fall silent is nothing short of a comprehensive process leading to the equivalent of Camp David Accords between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

For Azerbaijans autocratic president Ilham Aliyev, the military gamble against Armenia is an enormous one, just as the October 1973 decision to attack Israel was for Egypts Anwar Sadat and Syrias Hafez al-Assad. For both Sadat and Assad, a military victory against Israel was at least as vital for diverting from popular discontent, economic distress, and palace intrigue at home as it was for strictly territorial concerns. These same factors are central to Aliyevs calculus today.

As the product of a post-Soviet hereditary succession in one of the most closed societies in Eurasia, Azerbaijans Aliyev has struggled to consolidate legitimacy in an authoritarian milieu that is every bit as byzantine and ruthless as that of Egypt or Syria in the 1960s and 1970s. A boom-and-bust economy in which oil and gas account for over 90 percent of exports has atrophied, stoking popular fears of a sharp currency devaluation of the sort that crippled the economy in 2015 (and presaged military offensives a few months later that were remarkably similar to those this week). A power struggle between ruling clans in Baku has intensified this year, as has a broad crackdown on journalists, civic organizations, anti-corruption activists, and opposition groups, many of which have been ominously branded by Aliyev as worse than the Armenians.

In 1973, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat hoped that even limited success on the battlefield would alter the status quo, redressing the humiliations of defeat in earlier Arab-Israeli wars, and strengthening his position in negotiating with the Israelis. Azerbaijans Aliyev has sometimes articulated similar motives in pressing for war. Grievances predicated on the humiliation of prior military losses to the Armenians feature prominently in state propaganda.

But just as often, pronouncements from Baku are more reminiscent of the maximalist pre-1973 positions of Syrias Assad, which reprised eliminationist anti-Semitism for political ends. As Thomas de Waal, a scholar and specialist on the conflict, has noted, Azerbaijan has wasted years in denunciations of Armenian aggression without ever offering the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh credible guarantees that it respects their rights and does not merely wish to destroy them.

For Israel, the 1973 conflict was a war of national survival in ways that it was not for either Egypt or Syria. This weeks war in the Caucasus has already assumed comparable meaning for Armenia in light of Turkeys explicit involvement.

While the 1973 Arab-Israeli war saw the United States and the Soviet Union back their respective allies, support was often transactional and framed by the broader Cold War context. In contrast, the support of Turkey for Azerbaijan against Armenia is fraught in ways that are deeply rooted in the collective experience of the Armenian Genocide.

When President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in the runup to preparatory Turkish-Azerbaijani military exercises this year, turned to a favorite phrase in referring to Armenianskilic artigi, or remnants of the swordthe message was not just a dog whistle to an ultranationalist base or to Azerbaijani allies. As Genocide Watch cautioned, it reflected an evolution of mindset on the Armenian Genocide, from one of crude denial to an explicit pride of the perpetrators. It is the rhetorical equivalent of a German leader taunting Israelis as remnants of Nazi extermination camps. The leap to viewing the entirety of modern Armenia as a remnant of the sword is not great.

Turkeys singular unrepentance for the twentieth-century genocide remains today the most elemental obstacle to peace. It is little appreciated that many of modern Armenias statespersons, including presidents and foreign ministers, and more than half of Armenias adult population, are children or grandchildren of survivors of that genocide. The perceptual lens of national survival through which Armenias leaders experience the current war is the same as the one that conditioned Israeli actions in the 1973 Yom Kippur War and its aftermath.

The Armenian Genocide is not a footnote to the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict; it is at its core.

As with the Arab-Israeli conflict, the broad contours of a political resolution to the dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia have been apparent for years: an unwinding of Stalin-era territorial gerrymandering, the return of displaced populations, and a subsequent harmonization of interstate borders. And as with Israel in the Middle East, physical security and defensible borders are paramount for Armenia amidst an enduring existential threat from an unrepentant Turkey.

The aftermath of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war paved the way for five years of intensive diplomacy that led to the Camp David Accords and the Egypt-Israel peace treaty. In the end, Egypts Anwar Sadat returned through diplomacy the territory that he had failed to obtain through war. It may be difficult today, but not impossible, to imagine Azerbaijans Ilham Aliyev and his Armenian opposite taking up the mantle of Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin in the not distant future.

All of which presents an uncommon opportunity for global cooperation in this strategically important region. As has been considered recently, the United States, Russia, and Europe have a rare convergence of geopolitical interests in a renewed push for Armenian-Azerbaijani peace. Jimmy Carter, the visionary of the Camp David Accords and Middle East peace, would undoubtedly agree.

Anna Ohanyan is the Richard Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Stonehill College in Massachusetts, and a two-time Fulbright Scholar to the South Caucasus. Her latest books are Russia Abroad: Driving Regional Fracture in Post-Communist Eurasia and Beyond, published by Georgetown University Press in 2018, and Armenias Velvet Revolution, published by I.B. Tauris in 2020.

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California wildfires are huge this year, but not deadliest

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) With months still to go in Californias fire season, the state has already shattered records for the amount of land scorched in a single year more than 4 million acres to date, with one blaze alone surpassing the 1 million-acre mark. Five of the 10 largest wildfires in state history have occurred since August.

Beyond their size, how do the scope and devastation of this year’s fires compare to previous wildfire seasons in California? Here are some comparisons:

4 MILLION ACRES

The 6,250 square miles or 16,000 square kilometers that have burned this year are more than double the previous record for the most land burned in a single year in the state roughly the size of Connecticut. The previous record was set in 2018 when deadly wildfires destroyed 1.67 million acres (2,609 square miles or 6,760 square kilometers). The August Complex, burning in the Coast Range between San Francisco and the Oregon border, surpassed 1 million acres, another record.

We used to think a 50,000-acre fire was huge. Now were dealing with an average of over 300,000 acres, said Scott McLean, a spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, known as Cal Fire, who called this year’s blazes horrendous.”

Gov. Gavin Newsom said the amount of land scorched by the August Complex is larger than all the recorded fires in California between 1932 and 1999.

DEATH & DESTRUCTION

The wildfires have incinerated at least 8,700 structures, many of them homes, from the San Bernardino National Forest east of Los Angeles to Napa Valley and up to the Oregon border. There have been 31 people killed in the fires. While those figures are terrible, the number of fatalities has been higher in previous years. Many of this year’s biggest fires are burning on largely unpopulated federal land.

Wildfires in 2018 destroyed more than 22,000 structures in the most devastating year on record. They included the Camp Fire, which nearly wiped out the town of Paradise, destroying almost 19,000 structures, most of them homes, and killing 85 people. Another 15 people died in other blazes that year.

In 2017, 37 people were killed as three major fires swept through Northern California wine country, destroying more than 8,800 buildings and leaving a permanent scar in the area for survivors.

Since then, officials have become more aggressive about issuing large-scale evacuation orders sooner, and residents seem more likely to heed the pleas to depart.

OVERWHELMED FIREFIGHTERS

When the scourge of fires sparked by thousands of lightning strikes hit in mid-August, with major blazes roaring in neighboring states, California found itself short-staffed to fight them. The typical fire shift is 24 hours on followed by 24 hours off, but this year, many firefighters have been unable to leave the line of duty for days.

I had a friend thats worked 50 days straight. Some people have stayed on the line 36 hours or 72 hours before getting relief,” McLean said. The fires have really put a strain on everybody this year. We have never seen anything like this before.

More reinforcements have come since then, with firefighters arriving from other U.S. states and from Canada and Mexico, but there are still months left to go in the wildfire season and no break in sight.

After months fighting the blazes, 17,000 firefighters working on two dozen major fires are getting a reprieve from the weather this week. While conditions continue to be hot and dry in some areas, temperatures were cooler Tuesday along Northern Californias coast and forecasts say there is a chance of rain Thursday through Saturday.

The cooler temperatures have helped fire crews corral some of the most destructive blazes. The Glass Fire, burning in wine country, was 50% contained Tuesday. In the north end of the state, containment on the Zogg Fire burning in Shasta County grew to 82%.

TINDER-DRY CONDITIONS

Numerous studies have linked bigger wildfires in America to climate change from the burning of coal, oil and gas. Scientists say climate change has made California much drier, making trees and other plants more flammable.

The real crux is fuel moisture, said Mike Flannigan, who directs the Canadian Partnership for Wildland Fire Science at Canadas University of Alberta. The weathers responsible for how dry the fuels are. Here were mostly talking about dead fuels … the stuff on the forest floor on the Earths surface. The grass, the needles, the leaves. The drier the fuel, the easier for fires to start.

California was turned into a tinderbox of dead trees after a five-year drought and a bark beetle epidemic that killed 150 million trees, the largest die-off in modern history. The Mendocino Complex that broke the previous record for the largest blaze in California history tore through steep slopes and canyons filled with dead trees in the Mendocino National Forest in 2018 and took seven months to contain.

The velocity, the speed of these fires, is consuming so much so fast. Weve never seen this before,” said McLean, who expects it will take years to replenish the moisture.

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This story has been updated to correct that the lightning strikes hit in mid-August, not mid-September.

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Associated Press writers Olga R. Rodriguez in San Francisco and Suman Naishadham in Phoenix also contributed to this story.



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