"FREE" college tuition for everyone sounds like a great idea, right? In reality, it would destroy the education system and turn universities into adult day-care centers feeding off the government trough of subsidized tuition.
If tuition were "free," it would actually be reimbursed by the government. This would cause all universities and colleges to drop their acceptance standard in order to maximize the number of students being corraled through the system.
The result? A watering down of education standards and the systematic churning out of dumbed down "graduates" with no skills and very little real education at all.
FREE tuition sounds great at first, but once you look into the cause-and-effect outcomes of it, you realize it's just another really bad idea proposed by economically illiterate leftists who think Big Government can solve all of society's problems.
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Instead of being taught how to succeed in life, today's college students are taught victimization skills and wildly distorted falsehoods on culture, economics, history and government.
To help empower college students with REAL skills, real self worth and a healthy outlook on life, I've put together this collection of wisdom they desperately need to know.
If only America's universities and colleges actually taught students real knowledge (instead of false agendas), we'd actually be back on the path to leading the world in top notch education. Instead, thanks to the brain-dead libtards and victimization engineers, our education system has all but collapsed into runaway stupidity, political correctness and the land of delusional CRYBULLIES.
They have to elect politicians to give them handouts because they never learned anything that could get them a real job...
Please retreat to your "safe spaces" after you find out nobody will hire you...
America is doomed: 97% of colleges and universities no longer teach basic economics.