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National Debt Week at College Insurrection

National Debt Week at College Insurrection

Your weekly report from the world of higher education.

Millennials are known for their progressive politics, but what happens when they find out they’re on the hook for massive government spending?

What could be at the heart of this problem?

Isn’t big government great?

Luckily, most college students are focused on the important issues.

I’m sensing a pattern.

Compare and contrast.

This week’s history lesson is brought to you by Prager University.

Speaking of Dennis Prager…

Greek news.

Free speech updates.

This is encouraging.

And now, sports.

Sad if true.

It’s good to have job opportunities.

You don’t say…

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nordic_prince | March 21, 2015 at 10:01 am

As juniors in high school we had to take a full year of American history. I remember the textbook starting off with the English defeat of the Spanish armada.

God knows what the textbooks are like these days, though ~

Humphrey's Executor | March 21, 2015 at 10:30 am

Note the use of the sound of the phonograph needle scraping against the record to punctuate the moment fantasy is preempted by reality. Do kids today even know what that sound is?

    nordic_prince in reply to Humphrey's Executor. | March 21, 2015 at 11:08 am

    I think it’s been used often enough in these types of videos that they understand what it signifies – but I doubt they realize where that sound comes from.

    When I was young, I used to listen to music, stories, etc. on the record player – part of the stereo console that housed a tv as well, back in the day when Zenith was *the* tv to get. The suspension for the turntable was on the sensitive side, so sometimes it was great fun to jump up and down on the floor to get the needle to jump.

    What can I say? I was easily amused 😉

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