High Student Loan Default Rates a Clarion Call for Reform

It’s a pretty simple, if tragic reality. College costs keep rising and the value of education keeps dropping. Something has to give right? In almost any other sector of the economy the answer would be a resounding yes. Consumers—students in this case—would demand more for their dollars. But something strange has happened to our higher…
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Fiscal Researchers: U.S. Quickly Approaching "Game Over"

Liberal columnist Matt Miller is ready for a national discussion about the way to deal with our deficit. What’s more he thinks that Rep. Paul Ryan’s “Path to Prosperity” budget is a great way to kick off the “uber-debate the country needs to have.” That’s where his graciousness ends. Miller then says that he’s ready…
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