Tag Archives: student loans

Supreme Court Draws AOC’s Ire

President Joe Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona react to the recent Supreme Court rulings, promising to march forward on student loan relief. Cardona details his plan while Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threatens the Supreme Court with further action.

Hunter Biden strikes back! Lawyers for the First son send a letter to the House Ways and Means Committee, threatening the Whistleblower and others with litigation and consequences for blowing the whistle on the Biden Crime Family. IRS Whistleblower, Gary Shapley, through his attorneys, respond.

The U.S. Attorney in charge of the Hunter Biden investigation in Delaware responds to the House Judiciary Committee, clarifying his role in the process. Meanwhile, we learn about more Hunter Biden crimes and members of Congress react. More from Robert Gouveia on Watching The Watchers.

Anger Builds Over Debt Deal

Some in the Republican party are furious with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s negotiated debt deal. We hear from Reps. Bishop, Donalds and Roy as well as Senator Mitt Romney. Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy comments and we learn about the deal’s impact on student loans.

MSNBC contributors pray for Trump charges, explaining what “Inshallah” means to their audience. One contributor discusses why Trump motivates them to go to the gym.

Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy issues a direct warning to FBI Director Christopher Wray, explaining the House will move forward with contempt charges if the FBI does not disclose a key form being demanded by House Republicans. Meanwhile, the FBI issues a new warning about threats to transgenders and claws back money donated to January 6th defendants. More from Robert Gouveia on Watching The Watchers.


It’s here -> The PEOPLE are on the Move. More from Clif High.

September Worst for Stocks

Trish Regan gives a dire warning for stock performance in September, calling it traditionally one of the worst months for trading.

Regan has warned for months that gains in the stock market were out of touch with reality and unsustainable. But now, as the Fed hikes rates on the middle class and the Biden Administration attempts tp deliver helicopter cash to college grads, she predicts very challenging times lie ahead. Here’s her report.

Deep State Wants Mass Death

On The Fringe’s Dan Radiostyle says that despite the Deep State mass depopulation and widespread chaos narrative, the American public is beginning to see and realize what is really happening.

“The Deep State wants to hurt us. They want to kill us. They want to maime us,” Radiostyle says. He explains further, plus features a Devin Nunes clip on Newsmax, where he posits there are two- to three-dozen “rats” festering in the corrupt FBI, DOJ and Biden Administration. Here’s more.

Mike Rowe: Safety Third!

John Stossel welcomes cable television superstar Mike Rowe, who discusses his take on a variety of topics, including pandemic restrictions, the nature of work and the push throughout the country to forgive student loans.

Rowe, who hosts “Dirty Jobs” on the Discovery channel, says his new slogan is safety third!  “It’s easy to save lives,” he says. But living life is more important.” Here’s the full interview.

Freeloader U.

If you haven’t noticed, colleges are getting filthy rich with the massive subsidies and tax breaks they receive from government–all at the expense of students and taxpayers. To put it in perspective, the college business model is actually totally dependent on taxpayers.

And rest assured that their spending habits have gone through the roof. Take Yale University, which pays no property tax on its dining hall, much to the chagrin of surrounding restaurants in New Haven, Conn., and even boasts its own pizza oven in addition to a luxurious golf course on campus. Farther west, the University of Utah has used some of its riches for a student crying room! You just can’t make this stuff up.

A closer look at government tax breaks reveals that colleges and universities are doing quite well, thank you. Yale boasts a $31 billion endowment, while fellow Ivy League school Harvard’s fund is at $40 billion. Yet taxpayers keep doling out the moolah in the way of cash grants and more than $1 trillion nationwide in student loans. It’s how colleges have gotten away with jacking up their tuition at four times the rate of inflation.

Inez Stepman, an education policy researcher at the Independent Women’s Forum, says almost half of the students don’t graduate in six years and end up with an $80,000 debt without a degree. “They’re not making wiser citizens,” she says. “They’re making citizens who hate their country.”  Here’s more with Stepman and consumer journalist John Stossel.

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