New Mexico Corruption

First posted
Tuesday November 13, 2012 07:31
Updated
Wednesday November 21, 2012 10:026

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Sunday November 18, 2012 06:42

Liberal arts 'educated' may have problems finding employment with sufficient compensation to payoff students loans?

Garrison Keillor performs skit on Prarie Home Companion where English major takes up bank robbing career [Banks].



 
The Student Loan Time Bomb

A hidden time bomb ticks away inside the government budget: Within a handful of years, US taxpayers will be on the hook for over $100 billion in student loan defaults.

Just last Friday, the US Department of Education released new data on student loan defaults. In short: The hissing sounds coming from the student loan bubble are getting louder. I doubt it’s a coincidence the Department of Education chose last Friday (when attentions had shifted to the weekend) to release new three-year cohort default rate data for federal student loans. The three-year cohort default rate is defined as follows: the percentage of borrowers who enter repayment on certain loans during a particular federal fiscal year (Oct. 1-Sept. 30) and default or meet other specified conditions prior to the end of the second following fiscal year.

The default rate is horrendous, and it’s only going to get worse. These are uncollateralized loans, so losses given default will be orders of magnitude higher than losses on subprime mortgages; in subprime, losses were mitigated by the value of housing collateral.

“More than one in 10 borrowers defaulted on their federal student loans, intensifying concern about a generation hobbled by $1 trillion in debt and the role of colleges in jacking up costs,” a Bloomberg story notes. The story continues:

“The default rate, for the first three years that students are required to make payments, was 13.4%, with for-profit colleges reporting the worst results, the US Education Department said today. ...

Dan Amoss
The Daily Reckoning
Saturday November 17, 2012

Wednesday November 14, 2012 08:26

Persian Farsi may be required.

Sahar Mehrroz.

http://www.prosefights.org/scorpion/jet.htm#questions

Ms Trupin-Pulli and other New Mexico 'writers' deserve a chapter in Scorpion Silhouette Named James.

Wednesday November 14, 2012 06:21

Hello Liz Trupin-Pulli,

You emailed
From: "Elizabeth Trupin-Pulli" etp@jetliterary.com

To: "billp37" bpayne37@comcast.net

Sent: Monday, November 12, 2012 8:56:17 AM

Subject: Re: Non-fiction publishing help requested

Thanks for your query, Bill. The presentation of your project does not come through in a coherent way via the link you provided, so I don't feel optimistic that it's something I will want to pursue. If you have a straight-forward proposal and sample chapters for review, please send them via attachment and I'll take another look.

Liz Trupin-Pulli
Before I decide whether to comply with your request I have several questions:

1 Why do I need a literary agent?
2 What services do you provide?
3 How much and how do you charge?
4 What is your educational background?

Please respond by Wednesday November 21, 2012.

Regards,
bill


Ms Jean Shaumberg's idea to contact a New Mexico liteary agent did not sound did not sound like a good idea. But we decided to do it anyway to see what would happen.

Ms Shaumberg and Ms Trupin-Pulli, along with Commander Deborah Payne, become part of a Scorpion Silhouette Named James. :)
From: "Elizabeth Trupin-Pulli" etp@jetliterary.com

To: "billp37" bpayne37@comcast.net

Sent: Monday, November 12, 2012 8:56:17 AM

Subject: Re: Non-fiction publishing help requested

Thanks for your query, Bill. The presentation of your project does not come through in a coherent way via the link you provided, so I don't feel optimistic that it's something I will want to pursue. If you have a straight-forward proposal and sample chapters for review, please send them via attachment and I'll take another look.

Liz Trupin-Pulli

----- Original Message -----

From: billp37
To: etp@jetliterary.com
Cc: wordharvest@wordharvest.com
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2012 3:29 PM
Subject: Non-fiction publishing help requested

Hello Ms Turpin-Pulli,

Prospectus is work in progress. http://www.prosefights.org/scorpion/scorpion.htm

Message left on your answering machine.

Regards,
bill

http://www.prosefights.org/scorpion/jet.htmdpayne



Tuesday November 13, 2012 08:01

Ms Jean Shaumberg's idea to contact a New Mexico liteary agent did not sound did not sound like a good idea. But we decided to do it anyway to see what would happen.

Ms Shaumberg and Ms Trupin-Pulli, along with Commander Deborah Payne, become part of a Scorpion Silhouette Named James. :)



http://www.prosefights.org/scorpion/jet.htmdpayne



Department of Defense[DOD] sends money to Sandia National Laboratories [SML].

Some DOD employees upon retirement go to 'work' at Sandia where they sit until they can double-dip retirement.

Commander Deborah Payne appears to be an example.






New Mexico State Senator William (Bill) H. Payne is the Senate Minority Whip and serves Senate District 30 in the northeast heights of Albuquerque.

Senator Payne served in the Navy for 35 years of active and reserve service including multiple recalls to active duty before retiring in October of 2009. He was the first career reserve Navy SEAL to be promoted to Rear Admiral.

· First elected to the New Mexico Senate in 1996.
· Ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.;
· Member of the Energy Council.
· National Commissioner of the Uniform Law Commission.
· The recognized leader for Utilities, Business, Veteran/Military Affairs, and Natural Resources issues in
· Bachelors, Masters and Juris Doctorate Degrees from UNM.
· Masters Degree in Government from Georgetown University.
· Married to Deborah Payne, a retired Commander, U.S. Navy, and retired manager at Sandia National Laboratories
 



 


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