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I was wrong, some places in America are totalitarian already

Leftist-statist fascism is in the news daily and there is no more non-tolerant place than American college campuses. These left leaning institutions have always supported state control of the economy and redistribution policy however, since the 2016 election, the statists have moved to a proscription against speech and freedom of association. 221 more words

Housing Prices and Student Loan Debt: Do They Correlate?

There is a lot of talk these days about the impending student loan crisis and how that could impact the overall economy and how seemingly exorbitant student loan debt nationally has impacted the housing market. 1,150 more words

Home Sales

The Finance & Tech Week In Review – 3/18/17

Every Saturday the HBCU Money staff picks ten articles they were intrigued by and think you will enjoy for some weekend reading impacting finance and tech. 163 more words

Finance & Tech Review

In First Move on Student Loans, Administration Announces Fee Hike on Struggling Borrowers

Education Department to Allow Debt Collectors to Charge 16% Default Penalty

The Consumer Federation of America press release

Washington, D.C. – In its first major policy decision on student loan issues, the U.S.

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Consumer Alerts

Beating the High Cost of Higher Education and Student Debt

This blog addresses America’s too biggest problems:

  • Slow economic growth averaging just 2% since the end of the Great Recession in June 2009. Faster growth means more jobs and better paying jobs.
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Jack Heidel

Education: Census Bureau Government Finances Data for FY 2004 and FY 2014

For the United States and most parts of it, the decade from FY 2004 to FY 2014 saw soaring public employee retirement costs, and weak growth for taxpayer income. 4,477 more words

Lawmakers move to have employers help pay student loans

By Ese Olumhense

Student loan debt now over $1.3 trillion

A bipartisan coalition of legislators is making a move on a bill that would enable companies to offer tax-free tuition assistance benefits to their employees in return for tax breaks. 607 more words