A “free college” prescription would take us in precisely the wrong direction.
Cuba’s Eternal Revolution Through the Prism of Insurgency, Socialism, and Espionage relates much about Cuba’s history that needs to be known, and disabuses readers of the carefully cultivated idea that Cuba has turned into a tropical paradise due to socialism.
“No unit of government shall enact any law or regulation that compels any citizen to enter into a contract, forbids any citizen to enter into a contract, or dictates any term of a contract between citizens.”
Taxpayers will have to pay more for state construction due to the reinstatement of prevailing wage and workers will be compelled to pay for union representation they don’t want due to the repeal of Right to Work statutes.
I would recommend that parents who want their children to be part of the solution, rather than part of the problem, should get this book for them.
Some doctors aren’t afraid to make the case for freedom, both in medical care and in all other aspects of our lives. One of them is Dr. Miguel Faria.
I have argued many times that the federal government should not be in the business of lending money for college (nor for any other reason), but as long as we have student loans, we should limit the losses by requiring that someone other than the students be responsible for their debts. That party should be the college itself.
COVID policies were a great mistake, imposed by arrogant officials who were not following science, but rather were following their own authoritarian instincts.
Unions must go about their objectives of trying to organize workers without committing acts of destruction.
Department of Education’s “improvements” to its student loan program will encourage colleges to increase tuition, creates a strong incentive to borrow as much as possible for college, and reduce the level of effort that students put into their college work.
So, what is the 1517 Fund? It is Gibson’s way of finding young people who have ideas and want to put them into effect without the long, expensive detour through college.
So how has judicial review worked out?
Two neighboring states, Florida and Georgia, show how and how not to deal with the “termite” problem of Leftist education control.
Roads don’t have to be built by government, and we would be better off if we had left it to private enterprise and voluntary cooperation.
Occupational licensure is a species of political favoritism, invariably enacted to protect incumbent practitioners by restricting competition.
Higher education in the US is bloated and dysfunctional because federal meddling turned it into a mass entitlement. Turn off the federal spigot and it will rapidly improve.
Capitalism enables some people to get rich faster than others and to Piketty that’s intolerable.
Federal college subsidies have increased the cost of higher education, lowered its standards, created a labor market glut of graduates expecting “good” jobs because they’ve been to college, and led to a horde of people who can barely repay their college debt.
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