Search  
Friday, July 25, 2014 ..:: Home ::.. Register  Login
My Account My Account Minimize
  

Twitter Minimize
  

Entertainment Minimize
  

Online Minimize
People Online People Online:
Visitors Visitors: 4
Members Members: 0
Total Total: 4

Online Now Online Now:
  

Computer Repair Minimize
INTERNET SPEEDS TO 10Mbps with 20Mbps burst FOR RESIDENCE AND 100Mbps FOR BUSINESS!

WE WILL PRICE MATCH YOUR CURRENT INTERNET SERVICE OR ANY INTERNET SPECIAL THAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF RECEIVING!
  

CNSP Broadband Specials Minimize

TEWACOM SUBS/SANTA FE/PECOS/SANDIA PARK/ALBUQUERQUE - CNSP BROADBAND WIRELESS INTERNET Special 5-10Mbps/dn/1Mbps/up $45.99 with a $59.99 Install, for first 12 Months.  Burst up to 10Mbps. Call to sign up now at 896-4900 or 986-1669


BUSINESS BROADBAND UP TO 1GB

MESH WIFI FOR APARTMENTS, HOTELS, COFFEE SHOPS, Email us for a Quote



  

Breaking News Presented by CNSP from the Yahoo Web RSS Feed Breaking News Presented by CNSP from the Yahoo Web RSS Feed Minimize

Obama tells Central American leaders most children will go home

U.S. President Obama disembarks from Air Force One as he arrives at Los Angeles International AirportBy Steve Holland and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama urged the leaders of three Central American countries on Friday to work with him to stem the flow of child migrants who have surged across the U.S. border and warned that most of them would not be allowed to stay. In a White House meeting with the leaders of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, Obama had a tough-love message: his administration had compassion for the children, but not many would qualify for humanitarian relief or refugee status. The meeting came as Obama struggles to contain a border crisis triggered by the tens of thousands of children who have crossed the Texas border with Mexico in recent months.




Texas rolls out security surge for its border with Mexico

A Customs and Border Protection vehicle patrols near the Rio Grande along the U.S.-Mexico border near MissionBy Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - Texas has launched a law enforcement surge to crack down on drug and human trafficking from Mexico in a move that comes as the state is about to deploy as many as 1,000 National Guard troops to the border, officials said on Friday. The surge, announced last month and recently implemented, places more law enforcement officials and resources on the border and will result in $1.3 million in additional spending a week for the Texas Department of Public Safety, officials from the department said, without offering a specific date when it was launched. Texas Governor Rick Perry, seen as a potential Republican candidate in the 2016 presidential election, has blamed the Obama administration for not doing enough to halt a surge in children from Central America crossing the border. "Mexican cartels and criminal elements are taking advantage of this situation by further exploiting these gaps along the border to commit heinous crimes that will further their business," said Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Tom Vinger.




State judge strikes down Florida's gay marriage ban, stays ruling

By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - A state judge struck down Florida's gay marriage ban on Friday in the latest in a string of legal gay-rights victories that have nonetheless been put on hold for resolution by higher courts. Circuit Court Judge Sarah Zabel in Miami-Dade County said Florida's ban violated the constitutional rights to due process and equal protection, as well as offended "basic human decency." Florida's attorney general quickly appealed the ruling. Since the Supreme Court ordered the federal government last year to extend benefits to legally married gay couples, every federal and state court that has taken up the issue of same-sex marriage – about 20 courts - has ruled against state bans. Don Price Johnston, a 44-year-old plaintiff in the Miami lawsuit, said he was thrilled with the ruling and that he did not mind that it had been stayed for now.

Arizona's McCain: Execution was torture

FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Arizona Department of Corrections shows inmate Joseph Rudolph Wood. Wood took nearly two hours to die and gasped for about 90 minutes during his execution in Arizona on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. (AP Photo/Arizona Department of Corrections, File)TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — U.S. Sen. John McCain says the execution of an Arizona inmate that lasted two hours was torture.



  

Odd News Minimize
News Feed Is Not Available At This Time. Error message:The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found.

  

About US Minimize
About CNSP - Sunday, October 28, 2007
CNSP has been an Internet service provider (ISP) for Twelve years. Our corporate office is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  CNSP provides traditional dial-up service, Broadband Wireless, Broadband DSL, Web Hosting, and Network Services. As a major ISP we provide high quality service and reliable connectivity with minimal drop-offs. CNSP is New Mexico's largest locally owned ISP and began offering Internet Service Nation Wide in 2001.

Along with providing Internet service for thousands of customers we also offer a number of other services: web hosting, web site design, domain registration, networking. 

For more information about CNSP contact us by phone at: 877-321-9165 or in Santa Fe at 505-986-1669 and Albuquerque at 505-896-4900.

 

  

Featured Featured Minimize
  

Weather Minimize
  

Money Minimize
  

Google Search Minimize
Google    
  

Copyright 2006 CNSP   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement
DotNetNuke® is copyright 2002-2014 by DotNetNuke Corporation