It’s grim out there:
- A third of Millennials regret going to college
- New Poll Sheds Light on Grim Reality for College Graduates
- New report says overdue student loans have hit all time high
Just bare it:
It’s grim out there:
Just bare it:
Newer readers may not know about the Tip Line. It’s not just a Tip Line, it just is named Tip Line.
It’s a place, um, to leave tips, but it’s also a place where readers can have a conversation on...
Hoorahs and adulation have been heaped on Elizabeth Warren for proposing to reduce the student loan rate to 0.75%, the rate charged by the Federal Reserve for very short term loans to banks.
While the left-blogosphere, progressive movement, and low-information political consumers have been cheering, we repeatedly have exposed that proposal as economic folly and political demagoguery:
Update — the Search Warrant is embedded at the bottom of the post.
You thought it was just AP phone records.
This morning’s bombshell is that before there was spying on AP, there was spying on Fox News reporter James Rosen.
The Washington Post has the story:
When the Justice Department began investigating possible leaks...
You remember Upworthy, the epitome of low-information in support of Obama and progressives, Upworthy — or, How we are losing the internet to lowest of low information young liberals.
They have maps which demonstrate The high cost of low information voters.
I need to stop checking in there, because they have stuff like this:
My post yesterday, Elizabeth Warren finds way to inflate Higher Ed bubble even more, has received a fair amount of attention.
As a citizen activist, I remember how thrilled we were with the results of the 2010 election, in which the Republicans made enormous gains that were suppose to protect the free market.
Fast forward to 2013. ...
Easy access to student loans for people who have little prospect of repayment helped feed the Higher Ed bubble, much as easy access to mortgages for people who had little prospect of repayment helped feed the housing bubble. It made good politics but really bad economics.
Easy student loans have allowed higher...
I refuse to be drawn back into a Massachusetts Senate race where Ed Markey surely has a wide double-digit lead, having served for 37 years in Congress and being a well-known liberal stalwart.
A new survey of...
Pretty much the only mention we made about the Massachusetts Senate special election to fill the seat vacated by John Kerry was a spotlight on February 12 about Gabriel Gomez, The Great Republican Hope (in Massachusetts)?
Gomez won the primary yesterday pretty handily, and will face off against Ed Markey, who has...
You may recall my post, Upworthy — or, How we are losing the internet to lowest of low information young liberals:
… I happened upon a website called Upworthy, which had one its posts run at HuffPo, Elizabeth Warren Asks The Most Obvious Question Ever, Stumps A Bunch Of Bank Regulators.
Last year at liberal conference Netroots, Darcy Burner, the woman who introduced Elizabeth Warren, reminded the audience of the cultural power the left has at its fingertips. She said to the audience (start at 16:50):
That is cultural change. Because television has given us — now everyone has a gay best friend...
On April 27, 2012, The Boston Herald broke the story online that in the 1990s, soon after she joined Harvard Law School, Harvard touted Elizabeth Warren as a Native American.
Warren told The Herald that day:
“I am very proud of my Native American heritage, thank you”
The Herald ran the story in the...
Just thought you’d be interested in some news about me.
At a Cornell Law School faculty vote on Wednesday I was promoted to full Clinical Professor of Law. It’s not tenure, which is a Cornell University designation not available to clinical faculty, but it complies with ABA Standard 405 (“a form of...