This special security-clearance-focused episode features Tony Kuhn, Managing Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, discussing a recently settled student loan class action lawsuit, Sweet v. Cardona, plus continuous evaluation and how social media is starting to come into the security clearance evaluation picture. Be wary of associating with groups that are considered to be anti-government.Find show notes and additional links at: https://clearedjobs.net/security-clearances-student-loan-debt-and-social-media/
There has been a lot of hubbub over the Biden-Harris student loan debt relief initiative that has been in the works. Whatever your feelings on it are, there are quite a few important ways that it will affect people, so today I wanted to share some important aspects of it with you. I'm going beyond the politics and the headlines to uncover key areas of this debt relief that may affect you or your children. You can find show notes and more information here: https://bit.ly/3Rf78Gk
Stanley Tate - From Resolving The Burden Of Student Loan Debt To Building A Profitable Law Firm Using AutomationHOST: Greg GarmanIntroduction:Welcome to The Successful Business and Practice of Law. On today's episode, Stanley Tate helps us ask the age old question: “How do you give away value and knowledge for free, and still get clients to hire you and grow your firm?” Tate is a marketing machine and has grown his business, from the ground up. Today he runs a successful business without paying ad money to Google, Facebook, or any other social media outlet. Tate talks about marketing, how he runs his business, how he scales his business, and the value in automation.Chicago-native Stanley Tate now lives in Kansas City. He served in the Army and has helped thousands of people with their student loan problems sense 2013. The Successful Business and Practice of Law is brought to you by LAWCLERK. This is a place where we can have conversations with lawyers who have achieved outsized success, those who are building innovative business models, and those who are simply doing things differently. We may also cover how technology is changing what we do. The main focus, however, is on how we run our businesses and practices in order to make them better.My name is Greg Garman. I have been practicing law for over 25 years, in the area of restructuring and bankruptcy for companies of pretty good size. I am also one of the proud co-founders of LAWCLERK, a company that matches attorneys with freelance lawyers. Unlike the hurtful stigma, we at LAWCLERK know that lawyers really do make the world a better place. Our business at the end of the day, collectively, is protecting the rule of law. Talking Points:● Tate's journey into law and how he niched down to student loan problems● Tate's business model and why he chose student loans specifically● Tate's vision and how he scaled his business● Marketing tools and techniques● The turnover and percentage of leads which turn into customers in this model● Replacement versus supplementation with automation● Building a unique and valuable website● The importance of focusing on content Resources/Links:LAWCLERK https://www.lawclerk.legal/LAWCLERK Attorney Resources https://www.lawclerk.legal/attorney-resources/ LAWCLERK's Ultimate Guide To Legal Outsourcing https://content.lawclerk.legal/ultimate-guide-homepage Book a Demo with LAWCLERK https://content.lawclerk.legal/meetings/scheduled-meeting/homepage-scheduled-meeting-linkConnect with Stanley Tate https://www.tateesq.com/ Quotes:“The way we compete in a local market is that we compete on price, we don't compete on value.” – Stanley Tate“I realized that the total addressable market was really small because you're limited to what you can tackle in that geographical arena.” – Stanley Tate“My goal is to charge you enough to where I don't hate you for working on your project and you don't hate me for paying me too much to do this work.” – Stanley Tate“There was a time where I was doing 150-160 consults a week because I had my calendar open and I was just getting hit and I was booked eight wee
Episode 161 - Just Due First look out for #OFFTHEDOME . Rank Mike Myers Characters! Shrek, Austin Powers, and Wayne from Wayne's World. What sports players retirement will make you sad? Topics Discussed -House of Dragon Recap -Rihanna performing at SuperBowl -Idris Says No to 007 -Verzuz Back? -Future gets $75 million -Trina gets I AM HIP HOP Award -Student Loan Application Dates? OS Song of the Week Johnnie's Pick - Glorilla x Cardi B - Tomorrow 2 Ralph's Pick - EST GEE Feat. Jeezy - The Realest Please Enjoy on All Major Platforms and OverSatThePod.Com. Please Comment, Rate , and Subscribe.
Episode 161 - Just Due First look out for #OFFTHEDOME . Rank Mike Myers Characters! Shrek, Austin Powers, and Wayne from Wayne's World. What sports players retirement will make you sad?Topics Discussed -House of Dragon Recap-Rihanna performing at SuperBowl-Idris Says No to 007-Verzuz Back?-Future gets $75 million-Trina gets I AM HIP HOP Award-Student Loan Application Dates?OS Song of the WeekJohnnie's Pick - Glorilla x Cardi B - Tomorrow 2Ralph's Pick - EST GEE Feat. Jeezy - The Realest Please Enjoy on All Major Platforms and OverSatThePod.Com. Please Comment, Rate , and Subscribe.
Welcome to Pro Football Fast Break show number 87! Today we react to week 2 in the NFL. Losers and Winners...we've got them all. Then get set as we look at the notable games for Week 3. We've got Fast Break News....Jacob's Lock of the Week and more now on Pro Football Fast Break! Reach us by email at email@example.com to make a comment, question or for sponsorship opportunities. Pro Football Fast Break has an NFT! Visit www.opensea.com and search "Pro Football Fast Break". This NFT is only $5 and it comes with a shout-out on the show! Also search for "PGD Goat" while you're there for a really cool NFT opportunity!! Up to 70% off Airline Tickets - Call Tickets That Cheap at 802-317-1986 Do you have Credit Card or Student Loan Debt? Learn how to reduce your debt to a fraction of what you owe. Call the Debt Hotline for FREE advice. 800-475-7125 Be sure to follow us on Twitter @PFBFASTBREAK and ask a question to be featured on our next show. Visit our Website at www.profootballfastbreak.com
The most strategic way you can tackle your debt is to use either the debt snowball or debt avalanche methods - I explain what those are and how the debt snowball method worked for me on my debt free journey. This episode gets real toward the end; it is literally impossible for me to talk about my journey and NOT cry about it. So, grab some Kleenex and take the journey with me! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, questions and topics you're interested in! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
As the country gears up for the midterm elections, Into America is traveling to different HBCUs across the South for a special series called, “The Power of the Black Vote.” We're talking to young Black voters about how they're shaping America, and about the issues that matter to them the most. This week, we travel to Durham's North Carolina Central University to discuss how the student debt crisis is affecting Black students' lives and their plans for the future. As the cost of higher education continues to balloon, Black borrowers are taking on more student loan debt than their white peers. And this is impacting families too: Black parents are more likely to take out a Parent PLUS loan to finance their child's education. Over the summer, President Biden announced his administration's plan to forgive up to $20,000 for federal loan holders, but the move fell far short of what many activists and organizations, including the NAACP, had been pushing for.On this episode, we visit Kamree Anderson and Dena Fischer, who share their experience with repaying Parent Plus Loans. Then, host Trymaine Lee speaks with Jonah Vincent, founder of the youth-led organization No Cap, and current NCCU students Heavyn Smith and MarQuay Spencer-Gibbs about how student debt shapes their lives and their perspective for the upcoming midterm elections.For a transcript, please visit msnbc.com/intoamerica. Follow and share the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, using the handle @intoamericapod.Thoughts? Feedback? Story ideas? Write to us at email@example.com.For More:The Power of the Black Vote: Taking Back the ClassroomNBC News survey finds 2022 midterms have entered uncharted territory NCCU Sound Machine marching band recordings courtesy of rickeytherealist1
In this episode of the REconomy Podcast™ from First American, Chief Economist Mark Fleming and Deputy Chief Economist Odeta Kushi explain the connection between educational attainment and homeownership, and how student loan debt forgiveness may impact the housing market.
This week on "Off the Cuff," Allie, Jill, and David discuss some congressional activity on student loan reform and field questions surrounding Operation ‘Fresh Start' as well as some frameworks that financial aid officers can follow. Hugh then shares recent news from the White House and ED related to the Biden administration's debt cancellation plan, and provides additional details on how student loan reform legislation could be impacted by the upcoming midterm elections.
Join Rose Oswald Poels, the CEO of the Wisconsin Bankers Association, as we discuss the latest Biden administration announcement on student loan forgiveness. Although all of the details of this policy are not finalized, we discuss the positives and negatives of this announcement. BankTalkPodcast.comRemedyconsult.net
Up To $20,000 Student Loan Debt Forgiveness Info. Find out if you qualify, register early and more.❤️️Student Aid. Gov. Make sure you qualify, register here now to see if you have had a pell grant: https://studentaid.gov/This page is what I showed in the video about eligibility and signing up at Student Aid: https://studentaid.gov/debt-relief-announcement/one-time-cancellation❤️️Whitehouse Eligibility Check here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/publicserviceloanforgiveness/?utm_source=pslf.gov
Season 2 Ep 32: My experience with college, student loan debt and thoughts on debt forgiveness and the power of gratitude Illustrated by King Charles III and Brett Favre Act One: College 1:55 Act Two: Gratitude 26:43
"Making a fairer more equitable society does benefit you." President Biden says he's following through with a campaign promise pertaining to student loan debt. Millions of borrowers will have $10,000 dollars forgiven and some people are big mad. Michael Harriot explains why you shouldn't be. theGrio Daily is an original podcast by theGrio Black Podcast Network. #BlackCultureAmplifiedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr F Scott Feil interviews Financial Specialist Chris Vaerla about the government's new $10,000 to $20,000 Student Loan Forgiveness plan and what it may mean for you and your future. Chris can be found a Chris@vaerlafinancial.com Tell him F Scott sent you! Special thanks to our sponsors The NPTE Final Frontier! Use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases
Welcome to Pro Football Fast Break show number 86! Today we react to a crazy week 1 in the NFL. Losers and Winners...we've got them all. Then get set as we look at the notable games for Week 2. We've got Fast Break News....Jacob's Lock of the Week, and more so here it is...NFL 2022 is off and running now on Pro Football Fast Break! Reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a comment, question or for sponsorship opportunities. Pro Football Fast Break has an NFT! Visit www.opensea.com and search "Pro Football Fast Break". This NFT is only $5 and it comes with a shout-out on the show! Also search for "PGD Goat" while you're there for a really cool NFT opportunity!! Up to 70% off Airline Tickets - Call Tickets That Cheap at 802-317-1986 Do you have Credit Card or Student Loan Debt? Learn how to reduce your debt to a fraction of what you owe. Call the Debt Hotline for FREE advice. 800-475-7125 Be sure to follow us on Twitter @PFBFASTBREAK and ask a question to be featured on our next show. Visit our Website at www.profootballfastbreak.com
What's really going on here with Student Loans and debt in general? Who is really to blame for this mess? Is it really even a mess? "Do we really need to spend 50,000 dollars a year to get drunk and watch football games?" In this episode, the Common Folk dig in and bring real life perspective to this hot topic. It aint that hard to figure out.
It is safe today the economy hasn't rebounded to pre-pandemic levels and probably won't for some time, says Roy Paul. He discusses the takeaways from today's jobless claims data. He talks about how layoffs are at a low meaning the markets aren't necessarily in a bad place. He then goes over how workers can take advantage of the job market. He highlights how to deal with student loan debt. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
If you or your child has student loan debt, listen in! In this episode of The Agent of Wealth Podcast, host Marc Bautis is joined by John Williams, Wealth Advisor at Bautis Financial. Together, they provide the need-to-know facts regarding the student loan debt forgiveness plan coming out of The White House.In this episode, you will learn:The three main parts of the student loan debt relief plan.How to determine if you are eligible for student loan debt forgiveness.What you need to do to get forgiveness.If you will owe taxes on the student loan amount.And more!Resources:Episode Transcript & Blog | White House Fact Sheet: Student Loan Debt Relief Plan | studentaid.gov | Sign up for alerts from the Department of Education: www.ed.gov/subscriptions | Schedule an Introductory Call | Bautis Financial: 7 N Mountain Ave Montclair, New Jersey 07042 (862) 205-5000
With Melissa Wright, Certified Financial Planner at Compak Asset Management
Breaking down student loan debt relief + methods for building toward financial freedom. Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez from Zero-Based Budget talks about her journey becoming a lawyer, paying back over $200,000 in student loan debt, and eventually launching her own business to support others working to achieve financial freedom.In this episode we cover:Taking the leap into entrepreneurshipImportant details about the recent student loan debt reliefSpecific resources related to debt reliefActionable tips to build toward financial freedom + building generational wealthUnderstanding the impact student loan debt has in communities of colorInformation for current students navigating student debt-Links to resources mentioned in the episode:https://www.ed.gov/subscriptions - Click the first box and subscribe to get updates re: student loan debt relief.https://studentaid.gov/ - Find out if you are a Pell Grant recipient. Login to your account and go to My Aid, and see your Loans and Grants.Pre-order Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez's book, "Overcoming Debt, Achieving Financial Freedom" from your local independent bookstore here.-Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez, Esq. is a money coach, speaker, and the founder of Zero-Based Budget Coaching LLC. She has spoken to thousands and coached hundreds on budgeting, saving, debt payoff, investing, credit, building generational wealth, and more. You can find her on Instagram and TikTok @zerobasedbudget and at www.zero-basedbudget.com.-Carmela Muzio Dormani, PhD - aka your host, Mela - is a sociologist, dancer, and creative consultant. Connect with Mela on IG @melamuzio or at MelaMuzio.com.Join the conversation!Follow @themillennialphd for up-to-date info on the podcast, blog, and creative resources. Or, email email@example.com with feedback. Interested in starting your own podcast? I host The Millennial Phd on Buzzsprout and I love it because, for me, it was the easiest and most user-friendly podcast hosting site. Follow this link to sign up, and you'll automatically get a $20 Amazon gift card included in your sign up; plus, it helps support The Millennial PhD. Happy podcasting!Support the show
We like to prepare student loan borrowers for whatever life throws at you. But even the best laid plans can throw a curve ball. Sim Terwilliger, CFP®, CSLP®, and James Mwombela, CFP®, two of our newest student loan advisors, recently found themselves taking one of those unplanned detours: Challenges along the way to having a baby. Join Lauryn Williams, CFP®, CSLP®, as she talks to the team about breaking the all-too-common silence around fertility and related issues since joining, as Sim puts it, “the club that you didn't ask to join.” We'll cover the kinds of wealth that money can't buy and why student loan debt should not derail your family planning plans. In today's episode, you'll find out: Why you delaying having children can have very real consequences for fertility How the journey from discovering a potential fertility problem to diagnosis and treatment can easily run to two years How you can manage student loan debt and start planning for your family at the same time How aggressive student loan pay-off strategies can backfire Why you need to start advocating for yourself with billing and insurance benefits early Hidden costs to consider that might not be covered by insurance How setting cash aside to boost medical coverage can reduce state and federal taxable earned income. Family planning tax strategies that can save you big money How LGBT couples may be eligible for grants to cover adoption expenses. What to say (and what not to say) to friends who may be trying to have a baby How to find happiness when life doesn't go as planned Links related to topics mentioned: RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association Reproductive Facts: Infertility Counseling and Support Kaiser Permanente-Infertility Emotional and Social Support When Miscarriage Ends a Pregnancy: Understanding the Loss and What to Say Like the show? There are several ways you can help! Follow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts Leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts Follow on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn Feeling helpless when it comes to your student loans? Try our free student loan calculator Check out our refinancing bonuses we negotiated Book your custom student loan plan
This week on Hubwonk, host Joe Selvaggi talks with Dr. Beth Akers, AEI Senior Fellow, about the recent presidential executive order to cancel an estimated $500 billion in outstanding student debt. They explore who benefits, who pays, and the likely effects on tuition and the borrowing habits of future students. Guest: Elizabeth “Beth” Akers is a senior fellow […]
Elizabeth Nolan Brown is a senior editor at Reason and the main author of Reason's morning newsletter, the Reason Roundup – an essential part of my daily reading. She is also co-founder of the libertarian feminist group Feminists for Liberty, and a professional affiliate of the journalism program at the University of Cincinnati. Last time she joined my show, Elizabeth and I discussed her work on the War on Sex Work:This week we take up the news of Biden's unilateral action cancelling billions of dollars of student loan debt. Elizabeth calls it a fiasco, and she's hardly alone in this sentiment. Even President Obama's former economic adviser Jason Furman has called the plan “reckless.”If we have time, we will also take up the question of whether Walgreens should be prosecuted as an illicit drug dealer for fulfilling opioid prescriptions (hint: no).
It's MMTime and this month Jeff Epstein and I debunk the bogus claim that canceling student loan debt would be "Regressive." Also: -Surveillance in schools! -Antitrust update. -Labor and Digital Rights Orgs call on the FTC to stop the Amazon/iRobot merger.
S A U N A I E Presents College Students Mental Health Quotes: If You Think Small Your World Will Be Small. If you Think Big, Your World will Be Big. 2nd: Everything Gets Better With Time. Give Yourself Time. S E G M E N T S: College Students Mental Health Mental Health Among College-Aged Students - A 2020 National Survey found that Young Adults aged 18 to 25 had the Highest Rates of Mental illness Among all Adults, with More Than 30% Experiencing A Mental Health Condition in the past Year. - - I bet you're wondering Why is That? & a few reasons are Being On Their Own for the 1st time, Picking A Major, Student Loan Debt, Career Decisions, & the list goes on. - 75% of all Lifetime Mental Health Conditions Begin By Age 24. - Eating Disorders affect Approximately 11% to 17% of Female Students & 4% of Male Students, with an additional 20-67% Experiencing Disordered Eating. Here's some Tips to Prepare for this School or Work Season especially if you're out of state for school or work 1. Have A Care Plan 2. Create A Weekly Schedule ( Major Key & Huge Time Saver ) 3. Implement Self-Care 4. Practice Daily Mental Health Check-ins Outro: If this episode brought Value to You, Share this with someone who it'll bring Value to as well. - - Most impossible Goals can be Met Simply By Breaking Them Down into Bite Size Chunks, Writing Them Down, Believing Them & Going Full Speed Ahead as if They were Routine. - - - -> Apple Air Tag https://amzn.to/3J44AIw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saunaie/support
This episode is a "Must listen," to for any parent!Total Student Loan Debt is $1.75 trillion.The average amount per borrower is $29,000.There are 2.4 million retirees who struggle to pay student loan debt aged 62 and older.What is the best strategy for parents to pay for their kid's college debt free?Mat Sorensen and Mark J. Kohler talk about account types you can use and how to save in a tax favored way. They explain the benefits of Coverdell ESAs, 529 and Roth IRAs and, which accounts to use first.Mat and Mark also shared how they helped their kids graduate with zero debt and their own personal journey of what they did to pay for their own college education.They also explained what NOT to do with a retirement account.
President Biden's recent announcement to forgive $10,000 dollars of student loan debt for single borrowers making less than $125,000 a year and couples making less than $250,000 a year, has made those with student loan debt grateful for the relief and those who have already paid off their loans and those who never went to college raising questions about fairness. However, we need to better understand the root cause of the student loan debt crisis in America. Newt's guest is Josh Mitchell. He is a reporter in the London bureau of The Wall Street Journal, and his book: “The Debt Trap: How Student Loans Became a National Catastrophe” is out in paperback now. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you have federal student loans, then this episode is for you! The White House released a HUGE statement, that they will be forgiving $10k in students loans and $20k for Pell Grant recipients, if you make under $125k as a single person or under $250k as a couple. Tune in to this special 15-minute bonus episode and get the details you need and answers to FAQs! Don't leave money on the table, tune in today!You can learn more by going to: www.studentaid.govBe sure not to miss an update by going to: https://www.ed.gov/subscriptionsApplications are due by December 31, 2023- but we suggest not waiting until the last minute.
Talking While Married with Hosts DrRon & Linda – The loan debt pay-down is nothing less than the redistribution of wealth from the reckless and irresponsible to the blue-collar Middle Class who either never went to college or paid off their debts. This is also government corruption in paying people to vote for Democrats in 2022 and 2024...
Manhattan Institute fellow Robert VerBruggen joins Brian Anderson to discuss the Biden administration's executive actions on student debt, the growing higher-education bubble, and the enduring relevance of Charles Murray's work on social policy. Find the transcript of this conversation and more at City Journal.
Post-vacation, Jack brings Dominic Pino on to explain Joe Biden’s recent actions on student-loan debt, which so defy our political system that there is no obvious remedy in our system to challenge them.
Post-vacation, Jack brings Dominic Pino on to explain Joe Biden’s recent actions on student-loan debt, which so defy our political system that there is no obvious remedy in our system to challenge them. Source
Immediately after President Biden announced his college loan forgiveness plan Christians started debating it. Some are arguing that debt forgiveness is deeply biblical, while others say it's completely immoral. Who's right? Or, are both sides missing the point? Then, Phil is still processing the last French Friday episode about why so many politically active evangelicals see policy goals as absolute and Christian virtues as flexible. He offers his theories. Skye then talks to pastor Rich Villodas about his conversion, his early spiritual formation, and how he's avoided the pitfalls of pastoral ministry. His new book is “Good and Beautiful and Kind: Becoming Whole in a Fractured World.” Plus: Row, row, row…your pumpkin? News Segment 0:00 - Intro 2:48 - Pumpkin boat recording 13:36 - French Friday follow-up 29:27 - Debt forgiveness Interview with Rich Villodas “Good and Beautiful and Kind: Becoming Whole in a Fractured World” - https://amzn.to/3AWPT7Y 48:11 - Rich Villodas interview intro 49:54 - Rich's background and early spiritual formation 1:03:59 - Mentors 1:11:11 - The church today 1:13:38 - Self-differentiation 1:18:27 - Coaching pastors and leaders 1:23:42 - Advice for church leaders 1:27:43 - Credits “‘Gourdspeed.' 60-year-old paddles 38 miles in huge pumpkin to set record, photos show” - https://amp.heraldonline.com/news/nation-world/national/article265015734.html French Friday: De-Radicalizing the Church & Learning from Atheists - https://www.holypost.com/post/french-friday-de-radicalizing-the-church-learning-from-atheists “Christian Political Ethics are Upside-Down” by David French (The Dispatch) - https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com/p/christian-political-ethics-are-upside Tony Perkins interview that Phil references - https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/01/23/tony-perkins-evangelicals-donald-trump-stormy-daniels-216498/ “Republicans Opposing Student-Loan Relief Are Forgetting the Biblical Tradition of Debt Forgiveness” by William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (Time) - https://time.com/6208577/student-loan-forgiveness-republicans-christianity-bible/ “Is There a Christian Case for Biden's Debt Relief Plan?” by David French (The Dispatch) - https://time.com/6208577/student-loan-forgiveness-republicans-christianity-bible/ “Best of: Cancel America's Student Loan Debt! But How?” podcast episode (The Argument, NYT) - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/best-of-cancel-americas-student-loan-debt-but-how/id1438024613?i=1000577188963 Rich Villodas: richvillodas.com https://youtube.com/c/NewLifeFellowshipChurchNewYorkCity Newlife.nyc Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Editors' Picks:Rich: Caroline Downey's piece "Adam Kinzinger Attacks Rich Lowry on Meet the Press"Charlie: Ellen Carmichael “Worried about Student-Loan Debt? Start Firing Administrators”Alexandra: Charlie's piece from the magazine “A Long Goodbye to Trump”Jim: Rich's piece “Republicans Can't Run and Hide on Abortion”Light Items:Rich: Bags of saltCharlie: Ken Burns Vietnam documentaryAlexandra: Going to a Twins gameJim: Train-wreck: Woodstock 1999
Our Federal Government is out of control. The recently releases and heavily redacted Department of Justice search warrent affidavit is not acceptable to the mechanism of our Republic. Plus: No president has the Constitutional authority to forgive or eliminate student debt.Believe it.For the Republic!Cheers,Doug------------------------------------Please subscribe to my show at www.DougBillings.usClick on the Subscribe tab! CHEAP! $10/month or $120/year. Even WOKE unemployed Commusocialists could afford this! Want to lose 60 pounds in 3 months like Doug did and better your overall health? Text your name for info to 913-428-0777 or go to www.RightSideHealth.us Administrator Biden will have inflation above 10% by Summer. DIVERSIFY your retirement with Gold & Silver. Go to www.BH-PM.com and mention "RIGHT SIDE WITH DOUG BILLINGS" in the 'how did you hear about us section.' Need hospital-grade hydrogenated water to help fight CV19, cancer, glaucoma, diabetes, obesity, swelling, and more? Go to www.HolyHydrogen.com and enter promo code "DOUG" to save $100 Support MIKE LINDELL! Current specials are deep! Use promo code "BILLINGS" when you shop at www.mypillow.com Want to relocate to a place where mask and jab mandates don't exist and where you can get a job without giving up your liberty? Go to www.ShawHomes.com and enter promo code "DOUG" for a new life in freedom-loving Oklahoma! Electro Magnetic Pulse can be a product of the Sun or of enemy countries. They can completely disable all electronic equipment in your home - including your automobile. Protect yourself with an easy-to-install EMP Shield! Go to www.EMPShield.com and use promo code "DOUG" Need Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin? What about vitamins that prevent CoVid? Go to www.Dr.StellaMD.com and use promo code "DOUG" for discounts. Do you have pain, swelling and bruising from surgery or an accident? What about arthritis? Tennis elbow? Are your joints stiff and sore? Do you have deep-tissue pain or swelling? Then you need Steuart's Pain Formula. I've used it! It works. Go to www.SteuartLaboratories.com and use promo code "DOUG" for discounts.Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Jordan Harbinger ShowApple Best of 2018-Learn the stories, secrets & skills of the world's most fascinating pplListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
This week, Eric Kohn, John Pinheiro, and Dylan Pahman discuss every angle of the executive order from President Joe Biden granting up to $20,000 of student-loan-debt forgiveness to qualifying individuals. Is there a solid legal case for doing this? Can one argue persuasively that transferring debts from those who incurred them to those who did […]
President Biden's plan to forgive federal student loan debt – up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients and up to $10,000 for others who qualify – leaves millions of borrowers with unanswered questions. NPR's Sequoia Carrillo and Carolina Rodriguez of the Education Debt Consumer Assistance Program in New York, examine the new plan and help answer some of the frequently asked questions about how it would work. This episode features reporting from NPR's Scott Horsley.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President Joe Biden announced a plan to provide tens of millions of Americans with student loan debt relief. The fallout was swift. Our hosts are here with their reactions. Plus: Jonah, David, and Declan discuss the results of this week's primary elections. Show Notes:-TMD: Biden's Base Gets a Student Loan Gift-The Dispatch: The GOP Is Shrink-Wrapping Itself Around Trump-The Dispatch: Tim Ryan Keeping the Pressure on J.D. Vance in Ohio
It’s happening! After months of debate, President Joe Biden is forgiving up to $20,000 in student loan debt. One listener wants to know whether the bankruptcy system can offer an alternative solution to the student loan debt crisis. We’ll help break it down. Plus, more of your questions about how congressional staffers get paid, congestion at our ports and hard seltzer. Here’s everything we talked about today: Top economist Larry Summers echoes Sen. Elizabeth Warren about solving student debt problem from Fortune “Should student loans be dischargeable in bankruptcy?” from the Brookings Institution “Peak freight season is underway there’s no end in sight for congestion” from CNBC “House votes to allow congressional staffers to unionize” from NPR “Hard Seltzer Fad Fizzles as Light Beer Makes a Comeback” from The Wall Street Journal White Claw and Truly Hard seltzer, explained from Vox Have more questions for our hosts? Email us at email@example.com, or leave a voice message at 508-U-B-SMART.
In episode 1317, Jack and Miles are joined by Professor of Alaska Native Languages at the University of Alaska Southeast and host of The Tongue Unbroken, X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell, to discuss... Byron Canceling Debt…Is It Enough? How Can We Use Technology for Language Preservation and Revitalization? And more! Student Loan Debt by Race Biden's Debt Cancellation Program Check out Jennifer Younger's Tlingit art and designs here. LISTEN: Sereia Sentimental by SessaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Minneapolis teachers union already facing a lawsuit over their racist retention plan. Joe Biden, in an attack on the nation's spine, intends to forgive student loan debt. Johnny Heidt with guitar news. See you at the fair.
Today, with the Biden Administration weighing whether to extend the federal student loan payment freeze, we're re-airing one of our most timely debates from last year: Canceling student loan debt. The problem of student loan debt has reached crisis proportions. As a college degree has grown increasingly necessary for economic mobility, so has the $1.7 trillion in student loan debt that Americans have taken on to access that opportunity. President Biden has put some debt cancellation on the table, but progressive Democrats are pushing him for more. So what is the fairest way to correct course?Astra Taylor — an author, a documentarian and a co-founder of the Debt Collective — dukes it out with Sandy Baum, an economist and a nonresident senior fellow at the Center on Education Data and Policy at the Urban Institute. While the activist and the economist agree that addressing the crisis requires dramatic measures, they disagree on how to get there.Is canceling everyone's debt progressive policy, as Taylor contends? Or does it end up being a regressive measure, as Baum insists? Jane hears them both out. And she offers a royal history tour after Oprah Winfrey's interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.Mentioned in this episode:Astra Taylor in The Nation: “The Case for Wide-Scale Debt Relief”Sandy Baum in Education Next: “Mass Debt Forgiveness Is Not a Progressive Idea”Astra Taylor's documentary for The Intercept: “You Are Not a Loan”Sandy Baum for the Urban Institute: “Strengthening the Federal Role in the Federal-State Partnership for Funding Higher Education”Jane's recommendation: Lucy Worsley's three-episode mini-series “Secrets of the Six Wives”
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As parents are getting more involved in the schools, does it really matter? Gov. DeSantis-backed school board candidates have flipped many of the school boards, and the media is not reporting on the BIG win for parents and the safety of students against the “woke culture.” Singer Lady Gaga was in town in Texas and called for Texas to turn blue from purple. Biden and his administration have played out a plan to cancel student loan debt, and Americans are pushing back. Top Democrat economists are pushing back against this student loan debt forgiveness that will raise demand and “increase inflation.” Can America survive this Democrat plan? Today's Sponsors: This is why Patriot Mobile is different from every other provider out there. Inflation has made it really hard on many Americans, thankfully, Patriot Mobile has plans for almost any budget and they offer the same nationwide coverage as the major carriers. Get the same great service plus the knowledge that your money is supporting the values that made America great and will again. Go to http://PATRIOTMOBILE.COM/CHAD or call 972-PATRIOT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices