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@nobody0077, Republicans have been in control of the White House for 20 of the last 32 years. How exactly are Democrats and Liberals in Washington doing this, when Republicans have been in control 63% of the time?
We've seen Republicans get us into wars (Reagan, Bush Sr., Bush Jr.), recessions (Reagan, Bush Sr., Bu...more
You are correct. But the idea that a college education is required to be successful in life is a fallacy. It doesn't matter if you have a degree or not. Success is based on drive, ambition and a willingness to work hard to reach your goals. My niece just graduated from a large SEC college. Walked out with $42,000 in co...more
I had a 1.8 GPA in high school. Never took the SAT's. I scored a 26 on an admission ACT test administered by a college I wanted to attend. I didn't graduate from high school, I got a GED and never finished college. By all accounts I should be a loser working in a menial job with no future. However, I'm not. I am a succ...more
"Turns out, it would be more than $100,000 in future earnings" assuming the student graduates at age 25 and retires at age 65. This $100,000 in additional income equates to just $2,500/year over the next 40 years. Is this really that significant? I'd say NO.
Additionally, "PayScale's numbers say that the present val...more
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