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Interview Subjects Needed for National News Segment on Student Loan Debt

Specifically looking for someone whose loans are in DEFAULT and can't afford bills, rent, or food b/c of the defaulted student loan hanging over their head.Ideally looking for people in the NY-NJ-CT area but anyone within a reasonable driving distance from NYC is fine.

If interested, email a brief description of your situation to me at applebaum@forgivestudentloandebt.com and I'll forward it to the reporter working on the story.

Thanks!

Rob

Before You Vote: Please Just Hear Me Out.

The mid-term elections are less than two weeks away and, heading into the final stretch, conventional wisdom has it that it's going to be a bloodbath for the Democrats.  While I continue to believe that most recent polls are somewhat 

Rally to Restore Sanity Update: ForgiveStudentLoanDebt and StudentLoanJustice Sub-Rally

As I announced a few weeks ago, ForgiveStudentLoanDebt.com is planning to hold a sub-rally at Jon Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" on October 30, 2010 at the National Mall in D.C.  More good news: We're joining forces with StudentLoanJustice.org for this once-in-a-generation opportunity to rally on behalf of restoring sanity to the s

ForgiveStudentLoanDebt.com at the "Rally to Restore Sanity" on 10.30.10

Ever since I accidentally started a true grassroots movement to forgive student loan debt as a means of economic stimulus back in January, 2009, supporters from all over have been asking me to organize a rally for the movement in D.C.  Throughout that time, I've resisted such calls to organize a protest for the simple reason that I didn't want to go through all the planning and organizing, not to mention the expense, only for nobody to show up - something that could have done a significant amount of damage to our credibility as a true grassroots movement. &nbs

Supply-Side Economics - An Abject Failure by Any Measure

I realize that Economics is a subject with a serious lack of excitement for most people.

Hey Fox "News?" Can Obama do Anything Right?

Anyone who's been following anything I've had to say recently knows that I have no love for Fox "News."  They wear their biases on their sleeves for all the world to see, yet continue to claim that they're "fair and balanced" when they're anything but.

Fulfilling the Promise of Hope & Change

 If you voted for "Hope" and "Change" in 2008, no doubt you're feeling somewhat disappointed.

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