Wed, 12 October 2016
Student debt has skyrocketed to 1.4 trillion dollars over the last several years, but students coming out of college are finding the promise of a job harder to obtain.
With job prospects grim and student debt repayment starting shortly after graduation, recent grads have been defaulting at an alarming rate. To combat this, the government has come up with an ingenious plan to reduce defaults while fleecing students out of tens of thousands of dollars and have even managed to convince them that it's all for their benefit.
Today I'll expose this plan for what it is. A bad solution to a problem the U.S. government created in the first place.
From there we'll talk Canada cap-in-trade and a shocking admission by Congress that they created an unconstitutional agency and have no way of reigning in their reckless actions.
Killer show today. Don't forget to share!