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    Penny Stock tips 2017

    The topic of penny stock investing investing has been discussed in countless books, papers, and reports and websites. If you attempt to read it all, you will most likely find yourself confused and overwhelmed before long. Then what are the fundamentals concerning investing that you should take the time to learn? Keep reading to learn […]

  • Obama’s clear break with the past

    January 21st, 2009 10:25 am by V.B. Price We’ve had to postpone so much over the last eight years that the inauguration day of Barack Obama and Joe Biden feels as if the nation has arisen from a near fatal coma. We’ve postponed a mature response to global warming, postponed the cleanup of toxic air […]

  • UBS consultant also worked for Guv’s PAC « New Mexico Independent

    There’s another fly caught in the web of connections between Richardson’s advisers, fundraisers and the companies doing business with the state. Fred DuVal was working as a consultant for financial services company UBS, trying to win business with the state of New Mexico, while at the same time he was helping to raise funds for […]

  • Former investment officer alleges pay-to-play in Richardson administration

    Frank Foy, left, is alleging a pay-to-play scheme involving state investments. His attorney, Victor Marshall, is seated to the right. Frank Foy sent a clarion call Wednesday. Wanted: an army of whistle-blowers to uncover evidence of pay-to-play anywhere in New Mexico. “I would strongly urge anyone else who might have suspicion of pay-to-play anywhere within the state, […]

  • Anti-corruption bill boomerangs on Guv

    State Auditor Hector Balderas has completed and is asking prosecutors to take a look at a long-awaited special audit of the state’s scandal-plagued regional housing authority system. Balderas is also releasing the special audit and other reports to the public today. The move follows a two-year investigation that began when the state Legislature asked him […]

  • Balderas asks prosecutors to look at housing audit

    State Auditor Hector Balderas has completed and is asking prosecutors to take a look at a long-awaited special audit of the state’s scandal-plagued regional housing authority system. Balderas is also releasing the special audit and other reports to the public today. The move follows a two-year investigation that began when the state Legislature asked him […]

  • Udall votes for auto bailout; Wilson, Pearce vote against it

    U.S. Rep. Tom Udall voted for a $14 billion bailout for American automobile companies Wednesday evening, while U.S. Reps. Heather Wilson and Steve Pearce voted against it. The bill was approved on a vote of 237-170 and now heads to the Senate for consideration. Interestingly, Udall, a Democrat, joined the Republican Pearce in voting against […]

  • Obama, McCain in Dead Heat « New Mexico Independent

    SurveyUSA released a KOB-TV commissioned poll today looking at the presidential race. The poll, vastly different from the Rasmussen poll from this weekend, shows Barack Obama and John McCain in a dead heat for New Mexico’s five electoral votes. Both candidates receive 44 percent of the vote, with 12 percent undecided, according to SurveyUSA. SurveyUSA […]

  • New Mexico Independent » Udall says opponents using push polls

    Though Democratic Senate candidate Tom Udall faces no primary opposition, he is still facing some opposition of a different sort in the weeks leading up to the June 3 primary. According to an e-mail to supporters from Udall campaign manager Amanda Cooper, a group from Ohio is using “push-polls” to spread information about Udall. We’ve […]

  • Wilson, Pearce square off | New Mexico Independent

    The May 17 debate, televised by KNME, was sponsored by the Chaves Count Republican Women and the Chaves County Republican County. Early on, there was some interesting squabbling over debate format, with U.S. Rep. Heather Wilson, an Albuquerque Republican, pushing for rebuttal time. Fellow U.S. Rep. Pearce, on the other hand, a Hobbs Republican, seemed content […]