Mark Levin reads from the following FOX NEWS piece:
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There is a law in economics, it deals with artificially propping up businesses, “goods” politicians deem necessary, production, etc. George Gilder notes this in a clip I isolated in an interview:
This applies to the real world in many ways, one being the co$t of college. Here is a very short video explaining this well:
OF course, one of my favorite videos of ALL TIME shows how students “benefit” from a subsidizing of college majors when in reality if they had to pay for college themselves it would be (a) cheaper, and (b) they would go into careers other than their majors… like sign flippers and bartenders (or other fields that are hurting):
(For full disclosure, my degree — theology — is one of the lowest paying degrees out there, and the lowest in employment opportunities.) In a short debate of the issue, Peter Schiff notes this “propping up” of useless degrees:
In the above discussion, Diana Carew seems to want jobs created by the government to fit the degrees earned. Otherwise, how would you force the private sector to create such opportunities unless you artificially demand [create] such opportunities? ~ There was zero unemployment in Soviet Russia, but all this “opportunity” collapsed due to economic laws… “this is how the USSR ended up with warehouses FULL of “widgets” (things made that it could not use or people did not want) no one needed in the real world. This economic law enforcers George Gilder’s contention that when government supports a venture from failing, no information is gained in knowing if the program actually works. Only the free-market can do this.” (Peter Schiff gets into the weeds a bit in this video.)
Here is another great PRAGER U video discussing the issue:
This is one of the areas Gary Johnson was correct — supply and demand:
FORBES notes well that most on the Left-end of the spectrum “don’t hate entrepreneurship and innovation,” but that their Econ 101 “part of the brain that deals with economics tends to shut down when discussing sectors like higher education (or healthcare).”
A WASHINGTON FREE BEACON post relates findings from a Federal Reserve Bank (NY) study showing that the federal student loans have increased the cost of college tuition while at the same time college enrollment did not increase:
Which brings me to finish this post with a humorous look at the hipster douche-bags scratching his or her head in regard to high tuition costs via REASON-TV:
The bottom line is that Jeb or Marco wouldn’t have nominated these folks!
Via the White House:
President-elect Donald Trump’s statement that was just sent out (Gateway Pundit):
One should read the rest of this post below over at GAY PATRIOT:
Here is a very long presentation by Humberto Fontova on the medias obsession with this racist mass-murderor. The uploader on YouTube included this as part of the description to the video:
- “Propaganda is the heart of our struggle. We must never abandon propaganda.” (Fidel Castro, 1955.)
- “Much more valuable than recruits for our guerrilla force were American media recruits to export our propaganda.” (Che Guevara, 1959.)
- For over half a century you’ve been conned by the media, academia and Hollywood. Come learn how badly.
More posts on the matter:
- Fidel’s Flatterers: The U.S. Media’s Decades of Cheering Castro’s Communism
- Journalists Hail Castro’s Achievements, ‘George Washington,’ ‘Folk Hero to Most of Us’
- Evil tyrant finally dead at age 90
- Sen. Marco Rubio rebukes President Obama over his ‘pathetic statement’ on death of Fidel Castro
- Catch What the Media Did After Fidel Castro Died? We Got It Before It Was Deleted
- GOP urges Obama to avoid Fidel Castro’s funeral
- Fidel Castro Finally Dead: Stand By for Deluge of Tears From Colin Kaepernick & Co.
Here is a portion of PART DEUX of Gay Patriots posts on Castro:
(More at Breitbart)
Some points out of ten posted by The American Spectator: “Ten Things You Need to Know From Last Night’s GOP Debate”
Rubio: ‘Plain Reading’ Of Iran Deal Shows We’re ‘Obligated’ To Defend Program From Israel
(BreitBart) During Friday’s “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” on Fox News Channel, chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus spoke on The New York Times article, which Priebus speculated was done by Democratic primary candidate Hillary Clinton’s research group “American Bridge.”
The Daily Caller has more:
Surprise! NYT’s Embarrassing Rubio Hit Piece Came From Democratic Super PAC
…“Marco Rubio and His Wife Cited 17 Times for Traffic Infractions” is the headline of Friday’s Times piece, which credits three separate reporters. Missing from the headline is the important context that the candidate himself only had four violations to his name, over the span of two decades.
The Times took a lot of heat for the story from conservatives, who saw the piece as pointless and petty. But in an actual work of journalism, the Free Beacon’s Brent Scher noted that Rubio’s records weren’t pulled by the Times at all, but by Democratic opposition group American Bridge.
The David Brock-controlled American Bridge is known for its occasionally shoddy reporting work. In another embarrassing incident in 2014, American Bridge spread a video they claimed was of Republican Senate candidate David Perdue signing a young woman’s stomach… when he was actually signing her inhaler….
The first evidential piece vetted by the New York Times brought to the readers attention via Breitbart… the “press” seems thrilled to have uncovered such a salacious story! (Never mind Obama went to a Nazi like church for 20-years):
Remember how the media left Barack Obama completely unvetted, ignoring even the most damaging stories from his past, while a squirming mass of reporters fought over every scrap of trash in the dumpster behind Sarah Palin’s house? It’s happening again.
For some reason, the New York Times decided to devote two reporters to the urgent task of reviewing Senator and presidential candidate
Sen. Marco Rubio’s driving record over the past 18 years. And they still couldn’t make much of a story about it, so they decided to add his wife’s record to the story.Voila! “
Sen. Marco Rubio and His Wife Cited 17 Times for Traffic Infractions,” screams the headline. For some reason, the headline fails to mention that they had to dig back to 1997 to come up with that total. I’m sure it’s just a bit of editorial oversight that “… Over the Past 18 Years” was chopped off the headline….
- After an excerpt from the NYTs article, Breitbart continues:
…On and on it goes. It’s as long as anything you’ll ever read from the mainstream media about, say, the White House Travel Office, Whitewater, or the sale of America’s uranium to Russia for Clinton cash.
Meanwhile, Hillary “Dead Broke” Clinton was being chauffered between luxury private jets and her two estates, perhaps occasionally glancing up from reading the latest “personal” email from her favorite donors, on the iPad she would later claim she wasn’t carrying, to watch the Little People buzz around in their cars and chuckle over how much time they waste behind the wheel.
I thought the media was adamant that the wives and children of politicians were strictly off-limits. But when their big “expose” on Marco Rubio could only find four traffic citations since 1997, they didn’t hesitate to drag his wife into the story. “War on Women,” anyone?…
If wives can be lumped together with husbands to produce headline-worthy ticket totals, how about children who are old enough to drive? Is this really the ideal moment for the liberal media to declare that candidates’ spouses are fair game? What’s the speed limit on Pedophile Island, anyway?
One thing is for certain: if the media can catch Marco Rubio in the act of illegally removing a tag from his mattress, he’s done.
With that team of crack-reporters at the NYT, I am amazed ANY Republican is put into the office!