Now that some sort of student debt relief may be at hand, the corporatocracy has sent out its misinformed. Here’s the deal.
President Joe Biden has extended the student loan payment moratorium for 90 days. Don’t balk at students but the system.
As Americans are fed daily doses of Stormy Daniels, Russia, possible Trump money laundering, and pay for play by his administration, his peons are changing policies that will allow their corporate benefactors to rip off Americans further. This time student borrowers irrespective of age is on the block. Earlier I pointed out in a blog […]
Elizabeth Warren gives the reasons the 2014 Election matters and why we should not sit out this election. This is how populist politicians must speak.
Obama: We only finish paying off our student loans only 10 years ago. WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, with schools getting ready to open their doors again over the next few weeks, the President talked directly to students and parents about the importance of preparing for an education beyond high school. In today’s […]
Politics Done Right with Egberto Willies Tune in Monday 9:00 PM on KPFT 90.1 FM (Houston Area) Live stream: http://KPFT.org (Entire USA) – Podcasts: Call (713) 526-5738 to talk to me on air. This week’s show August 4th, 2014 Warren fights bank on student loans Last week Senator Elizabeth Warren touched on a subject that affect […]
Elizabeth Warren grill banker illustrating the immorality of student loan policies Senator Elizabeth Warren continued her fight for the middle class as she grilled Mr. Richard Hunt, President and CEO of Consumer Bankers Association about the immoral student loan practices by bankers.She started by expressing concern that most loans, whether they are credit card loans, […]
Elizabeth Warren will continue fighting for student loan refinance bill On Monday, President Obama signed an executive order to relieve some pressure off of Americans with burdensome federal student loans. His executive order has a provision that expands the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) program which caps payments of student loans to 10% of the […]
According to The Conference Board consumer confidence is at a 5 year high. It is now sitting at 76.2 (1985=100), up from 69.0 in April. More people believe the job market will get better. Their upbeat outlook also applies to their short term expectations for the economy. According to the New York Times, Housing prices […]
America needs student loan relief One knows a city, a state, a country’s interests and priorities based on where it puts its money. Unfortunately more and more in America, it isn’t education. During the budget crisis in Texas, education bore the brunt of the cuts even as Texas doles out $19 billion per year in […]