Changing the financial rules about college moving forward is a separate debate. Changing the rules retroactively, however, is dishonorable and unjust.
Long before the coronavirus hit our shores, our society’s focus on instant gratification has in many respects made acts of self-sacrifice a lost art.
Apparently, the majority of Democratic presidential contenders want to parade student debt sob stories around. These stories don’t show the full picture.
The student loan debt bubble will soon burst, and the proper solution is not to throw $1.6 trillion of taxpayers’ money at a government-created problem.
Bernie Sanders floats a college debt cancellation plan sure to please many, but giving handouts to the wealthy and educated among us is deeply absurd.
New car loans have become the new hot product and Wall Street, not car-loving Americans, is the real market.
Hillary Clinton is not a populist, she’s an elitist. But if the GOP hopes to defeat her, they’ve got to get it together.
Popularizing student loan fraud won’t bring about the change Lee Siegel says he’s hoping for.
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