Nicoletta Munroe

Neither Margaret Oliver, nor Ben Ray Lujan Jr., possess a law degree for the U.S. Senate position, therefore they are both unqualified. However, Ms. Oliver has completed her bachelor degree, yet Mr. Lujan has not. Thus, she is the superior candidate.

The scandal that it alluded to in the article is that there is a forged, unlawfully granted, bachelor degree from Highlands University, obtained by his father near the time that he ran for U.S. Congress in the 3rd district of New Mexico. The forged degree represents fraud, because Mr. Luj…

In order to improve student performance we need to address systemic socio-political issues. I noticed an undisciplined environment when I visited the local high school last year. A mandatory school uniform may improve the level of concentration at school. The school library at Santa Fe hi…

Nicoletta Munroe commented on At 78%, the state Senate has too many men

One of the issues in the New Mexico state legislature is that not only are few women present, few people are there who possess a law degree. When people serve without a foundation in the law, there is an increase in the chance that they will be prey for lobbyists and haphazard legislation…

Regarding the New Mexico college fund, is it possible to introduce a bill that requires that the fund cover student tuition at 100%? UNM student enrollment is in decline because of the decrease in funding for college tuition. For those whom possess a law degree, please consider proposing …

It is imperative when running for city council, that the candidate, at minimum, familiarize themselves with the city code. City Councilors write laws for the City.

City councilors are lawmakers. Perhaps we should think about running people for office with law degrees. Notably, both …

In the article the reporter states that Lujan ascended to PRC without a college degree. The US Congressional web site biography of Lujan claims he holds a Bachelor of Arts from Highlands University. Why did he not attend law school?

In 1787, of the delegates who wrote the US Constit…

An issue to consider is that if BRL Junior is elected, New Mexico will be a state with two senators without a law degree.