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Inflation is always present, but it's not as bad as many say. Some things, like electronics, are cheaper and cheaper every day. And even some foods (like tomatoes, for example) have gone down in price over the past few years. But many people selectively remember the things that went up in price.
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In theory privatization sounds nice, but it would be a disaster. Current retirees' benefits are being paid by the working. How can we continue to pay current retirees AND save in private accounts? We would have to contribute double, which is just not feasible.
Plus, individuals would make terri...more
Washington can't fix the economy because Washington doesn't control the economy. Politicians desperately want us to believe they do, but it's just not true.
Also, the only way the government can create new jobs is to hire new government employees, thus expanding the role of government even further. Is this what we r...more
Let's not confuse causation with correlation. Graduation rates for community colleges may be low because the students are those that "couldn't make it" into a 4 year university. They are usually bad students.
I would also note that expensive does not always equal good either.
Did either of them do the math to see just how much money they would have to make to be able to pay back those loans before signing on the dotted line? I doubt it.
Typical starting salaries for attorneys would not be enough to service that kind of debt.
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