Posted tagged ‘Affordable College’

Student Debt: Game Of Loans. By Prager University

November 15, 2015

Ronald Reagan said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, “I’m from the Government and I’m here to help“. No words are truer when you consider student loan debt. What is portrayed as benevolent Government providing student loans to make college affordable, is a scam. The cost of college has risen because of all the money the government has provided. Government is stimulating the demand for college through easy to get college loans. And as we all know prices go up when too much money is chasing too few goods. The reality is these students become debt serfs to the government for years after they graduate.

This video titled, Game Of Loans, from Prager University, explains how Government has lined the pockets of colleges at the expense of students aka debt serfs.

Here is an excerpt from the video. “It’s because of politicians who promise college students more and more aid, in league with the colleges, that college tuition became more expensive in the first place.

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Politician’s “Affordable” Ideas, Must Obey Economic Forces.

April 22, 2013
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Market forces are more powerful than the hoped for results of central planners. The most recent example of this is the boom in oil and natural gas production, created by hydraulic fracturing [ fracking],which is taking place on private land in spite of Government policies. Our politicians shut down some Government lands to oil exploration, and made the process of getting permits for exploration on remaining lands more time-consuming [costlier]. They used their power, and our tax dollars, to promote and invest in, “green energy”. Green energy was going to create new jobs and lead (more…)