It’s okay to question whether Bernie can win. The stakes are too high.
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Neo-cons love to talk about how the poor are just “lazy,” and how they went to college with “hard work, sweat and tears.” this shows why that narrative is a load of crap with indisputably simple numbers.
The Twitter trolling is funny – but the plan sounds promising!
Kansas Republicans are making an effort to actually kick a black Democratic state representative out of the legislature because she called out their racist bill.
Stein says poor people would lack the discipline and intelligence to succeed even if college was handed to them on a silver platter.
At least 20 universities, including LSU, took one look at the budget and started drawing up plans for bankruptcy.
What’s worse? 14 years of crushing student loan debt or four years of sugar daddies? Too many college students face this daunting choice.
In Republican America, college students can afford tuition or food, but not both.
A Piece Of Candy Every Day For Every American For Over A Year: The Cost Of The Shutdown In Halloween Candy
The US government shutdown cost $24 Billion. That’s 171,428,571,425 pieces of Halloween candy. Or 571 pieces of candy for every American. Thanks, Ted Cruz.
Man wearing a hat shaped like a badger’s head robs bank of tiny sum, hoping he will be sent to prison to receive healthcare and relief from school loan debt.
Rep. Virginia Foxx told G. Gordon Liddy that she worked her way through school and never borrowed a dime, and that she has ‘little tolerance’ for students with loan debt.
America is falling behind other developed nations in higher education. Every western democracy not named the United States provides post-secondary opportunities for their citizens, prepaid by revenues collected. Those nations have an understanding that higher education translates to higher salaries that boost revenues collected.
The pepper spraying incident at UC Davis is still fresh in all of our minds yet police in California decided to one-up themselves at UC Riverside on Thursday, where students came out to protest a Board of Regents meeting.
The middle class is being crushed right now and in so many words she was saying that the people that appreciate a good education and did the right thing have a price to pay. I am sure that everyone would agree that there is no mystery and that price to pay is no job or an underpaying job when you graduate from college.