Let me end the myths here and be very clear! I'm a Republican... I also support the idea of a free college education.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." Why is it then that we are extorted by extreme measures if we want to pursue that happiness thru education? Why is it that foreign governments get help before our own youth can get an a free college education. Why is it that our government extorts its citizens and says the only path to a free education is by risking your life in the United States Military? Why is it that the system is designed at the highest level to be pay for play? Why is it that this topic is even an issue in the 21st century; in an age where our citizens should be at the forefront of technological advancements and an evolving world? Is it because of globalist elites who know the power of education? Is it because of a corrupt government that wants its citizens to be ill-informed? Or is it because those in power know that if you control the flow of education you can control the freedom of a society? These are all serious issues that need to be addressed immediately. Education should be the fight of our generation not the scar on it.
Find out the truth! Find out why the government won't let go of its hold on your education. Reach out and I'll tell you why.
One of the most fundamental problems with our college education system is not the education itself, but the way we are forced to pay for that education. The government knows that over seventy percent of Americans cannot afford a college education. The government also knows that another sixty percent of Americans don't have a high enough income to be approved for a private loan of such high proportions ( on average $50,000 ).In addition, the government is also keenly aware that another forty percent of its population doesn't have good enough credit to get a loan that high in the first place. Why is this you ask? Its because the education system is designed for you to become indebted to the U.S. government. Have you ever wondered why there is no credit check for a government education loan? Have you ever wondered why financial laws are written so that regular debt can be discharged through bankruptcy every seven years yet government loans last a life time? Have you ever wondered why the process of applying for government loans is so integrated with the education system itself? Every college and university around the nation literally has a financial aid committee "dedicated to helping you pay for college," yet their sole purpose is to process your government loan, make sure the school gets paid, and make sure the federal government has your correct information and the information of your family and friends. This system is unjustified, un-American, and tyrannical to say the least.
I know the things that big government doesn't want you to know about education and it's one of the reasons I'm running for congress. Drop me a line I and will tell you everything.
A corporate world in an educational setting; its one of the factors that have driven our society to where it is now. Why is it that public colleges and universities charge tuition? Arn't they supposed to be part of the "Public" infrastructure in our society? Is it not true that public schools are listed as a non profit organization, there to serve the community and make America a better place? Thats why they get a tax break right, because they're doing a public service? Why is it then that these "corporations" keep raising their prices of tuition? Isn't the bases of a non profit to receive donations and grants to fund its general purpose? The truth is, that since the 1960's the American educational system has been under attack. The truth is that a system developed to progress our country and better the way of life after world war II has been continually chipped away at. Now, the only thing thats left is a corporate infrastructure that makes leaders rich with no accountability. This in-turn enslaves you to the U.S. government through government loans, and forces most if not all individuals who wish to get a college education into a spiral of debt and credit utilization that would have otherwise been avoided. If public education truly was used as the tool is was intended to be, (a service to better the lives of the American public,) why would you be charged to use it? Let me ask you a few questions. Have you ever been charged to send your child to a public elementary school? Have you ever been charged to get a library card so you can gain access to books? Have you ever been charged to walk on a sidewalk? The answer to all those questions are no. Thats because all public organizations and services are either funded through taxpayer dollars or donations. Why is it then that these so called public institutions charge their students an outrageous price to attend? These are tough questions that pose to shake the very infrastructure of our society.These are questions that are often deflected before they can be asked. These are questions that need to be answered and I won't take no for an answer!
Send me to congress. I will fight for your right to get a college education! Reach out and lets chat about some important truths that need to be discussed.
I am often confronted with the reality that public institutions in this country lean heavily to one side of the isle. Extreme ideas generated directly from socialist and communist ideals and supportive leaders are making the educational setting toxic. Our youth, from a very young age, are being programmed into thinking their ideas, ideals, and beliefs are wrong and thats just not the case. Since when did our educational setting become a recruiting ground for extremism. Many students don't feel comfortable to share their most basic opinions in class or on campus do to fear of retaliation. In-turn this is also programming our youth into thinking that censorship is the norm. This is unacceptable in every way, and if voted into congress you can rest assured that I will be fighting to end this. I support educational reform at the highest level. Starting with cost control, evaluation of curriculum, and regulation of pass through programs that go under the radar. It's one thing to teach facts, its a totally different one to teach extremist opinions that not every individual shares.
Lets fix the broken system! Reach out and let me show you how.
Like many fathers, I often spend time with my children at the end of a long day tucking them in, reading story books, and answering their insightful questions about the world they know nothing about yet. Questions such as, whats the Covid? Why is the color of my skin different from my sisters? Why do you have to work so much? Whats the government? All these types of questions have undoubtably been a familiar friend in any parents life. It's a part of life that we all have common ground in; trying to paint the picture of the world we live in to our children in the most caring way possible. It's in these times that I often think to myself about the reality of the course our country is on, and the harsh reality that it is truly possible that the American dream is dying. I understand as many of you do that our life is not measured but the success of what we accomplish for ourselves, but the life that we hand off to our children and the generation that comes after us. This is why I support a legislation that directly addresses our right to an education all the way through the university level. Knowledge is power and globalist elites know this. This is why our education system is under attack. Our power should remain with "WE THE PEOPLE" and Americans need to take back what is rightfully theirs. "Life, Liberty, the pursuit of Happiness," and the right of an education!
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Have you ever stopped to wonder why it takes a college degree to get a decent job? Why the stigma of our generation is that if you didn't go to college that you'll never amount to anything? Why is it that unless you go into debt and get a college degree the doors to success in this country refuse to open. Make no mistake, this is way of thinking has been systemically planned and has been mapped out to be ingrained in our society over decades. The problem? It's that most educations are nothing more than a piece of paper granted to you by buying into a lie that leaves you no more prepared for work force than when you started. How else can you explain why millions of young Americans can't find a job after college? Its because its widely known that college educations are not what they used to be, and have become not much more than diploma mills run by the United States government. This is why I also support true educational reform that requires public institutions to be evaluated on the education they are producing. We need real education, produced with real experts in their field, with real experience. Not just propped up politicians dictating what can or cannot be taught while placing educational puppets in place to hire instructors based on their agenda.
Lets fix our broken system! Contact my team and we can show you how to help.