In this vacuum, students are leaving high school (if they make it to graduation)as adults to find their inadequacies along with parents to fund or explore options in the first steps of adulthood. When grants sit idle and innovative minds are trapped by their economic circumstance, we give credence to complex student loans to fund the higher education of our young people and we shut out the opportunities of ideas when banks do not consider legitimacy of business plans without massive capital and credit. When a degree equals a debt burden, the degree does not guarantee a job to repay these obligations. The yoke of debt does nothing but strangle a young generation. The access of a younger generation is not accessible as to previous generations. The thought of America is the impoverished cannot raise children to break the cycle of the circumstance as a public education leader stated directly in a conversation. We break the back of the American Dream.
Tag Archives: Soviet Union
July 17, 2014
March 20, 2014
The year was 1990, and 18 was not looking so bad for this soon to be high school graduate. The Fall of the Berlin Wall and The Soviet Union was on the verge of collapse. The United States was the beacon of freedom, hub of prosperity, sole superpower, and the gateway to prosperity was bright and shining ahead. I had a brand new car, went on a cruise, and planning for college with no worries of loans or college debt. I was on top of the world, and the world was mine. The dream was alive for me turning 18..I never thought 40 would be in the near future, but the 22 years flew by in several moments in time.
September 27, 2013
America will experience a collapse if not now in the near future, and this epic episode is playing out live in Washington, DC. Many people compare an American collapse to the collapse of the Soviet Union. I heard a reference two weeks ago about American collapse and The Fall of France in 1940 to […]
August 29, 2013
The worst consequence of mankind leaps in technology, communication, and travel is the magnitude of war. The industrial revolution made globalization a reality in the early part of the 20th Century, and World War I or The Great War began in 1914 over an incident in the Balkans. War broke out over a renegade terrorist […]
March 14, 2012
Presidents must act in certain times to lead a nation through times of crisis, prepare a nation of the journey ahead, counsel the nation to action, or commit to action against popular opinion to protect national interests and security. President Roosevelt had to prepare a nation for war, support an ally from annihilation, and uphold […]
March 6, 2012
Charlie Wilson’s War Trailer courtesy of MovieClips on You Tube