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Political Memes and Funny Pictures

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Damn Nutcase Conspiracy Theorists

So now within two weeks of the election, we have a Pfizer Covid vaccine with 90% effectiveness, a Moderna vaccine with 94.5% effectiveness, a new FDA approval of an Eli Lilly Antibody Treatment, and the first FDA-approved home test for coronavirus, but how dare you conspiracy nuts think the timing has anything to do with the election!

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Random Thoughts of the Day

A good way to think about the national debt & deficit is to trim the zeroes from the numbers. Imagine your annual income is $40,000 with very limited ability to earn more. In an average year, you spend $50,000. You’re currently over $270,000 in debt. You’re in the middle of a year where you’re spending $100,000 and you’re going to take in significantly less salary due to Covid. See any problems? What is Congress’s solution? Well, obviously the only solution is to spend much, much more! And there is absolutely nothing that should be cut in the annual budget! I know the Democrats dream of taxing “the rich” more to pay for their endless spending wish list, but for a number of reasons this can lead to less total revenue coming in. The national debt/deficit is by far the biggest problem we face in the near future. Without even taking into account the potentially devastating financial crisis that awaits us, just pick your budget priority…defense, health care, social security, national infrastructure, police protection, education, whatever. Left or Right, if you want any of those things paid for, you need money. And when each year more cash is needed to pay interest, it leaves less for everything else. It also weakens the country’s ability to handle a crisis such as a war or deadly virus. It should tell you everything about the national media how much attention they’ve given it compared to their daily character assassinations. Can you think of ONE SINGLE QUESTION asked in any presidential debates or interviews? Now think of all the stupid questions that were asked about white supremacy, QAnon, who said what decades ago, and on and on. Our current mainstream media has no interest in informing the public. Their sole focus is on pushing an agenda and destroying anyone who threatens that agenda.

10 Reasons Why Raising Tax Rates Decrease Total Revenue (and Vice Versa)

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Tweet of the Day

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Quote of the Day

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Message of the Day

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Black Lives Matter (BLM) Meme Gallery

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Political Memes and Funny Pictures

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Fun with Words

It’s always fun to see the BS names Congress comes up with for bills to hide their true meaning and make them sound all rosy, made most famous by Obama’s “Affordable Care Act.” The current example is Schumer and Pelosi’s “Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act,” or HEROES Act, which sounds so much better than, “Let’s spend $3+ trillion we don’t have on campaign contributor payback and a pork barrel slush fund.” For reference on this new spending, out national debt is currently over $27 trillion. The Feds take in around $4 trillion per year, and coming into 2020, we were spending about $5 trillion per year. Assuming Chuck & Nancy get HEROES passed, it will be over $10 trillion spent in 2020 alone. And what do you think the spending will be after a President Biden adds in Medicare-for-All, Green New Deal, education debt forgiveness, and a million other items on the liberal wish list?

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Tweet of the Day

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Quote of the Day

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Message of the Day

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Other Links That May Interest You

The Propaganda War – Laura Hollis
Bernie Sanders Meme Gallery
Immigration Meme Gallery
MSNBC Meme Gallery

What Are the Pros and Cons of Government Paid Free College?

Pros – Arguments For Government Paid Free College

  • It will lead to a better educated, more productive work force.
  • More college graduates means more workers in higher tax brackets; thus, the additional tax revenues would help finance the costs.
  • Free college could be tied to required public service work, similar to the way it is in the military.
  • It allows students to pursue education in their passions rather than just what will pay the bills, including crushing student loans.
  • With the relieving of education costs, parents, students, and graduates would have more disposal income to spend or invest in other areas.
  • There is a major shortage of highly-educated individuals in information technology, medicine, and other high-skilled professions.

Cons – Arguments Against Government Paid Free College

  • With the national debt and annual deficits already out of control, the U.S. can’t afford another entitlement.
  • It will shift the supply & demand curves for educational funds, meaning prices of tuition would shift much higher.
  • It isn’t fair to all those who fully paid for their college education.
  • As with public schools, when education is “free”, students don’t take the studies as seriously as they would if spending tens of thousands of dollars.
  • Government-funded college would come with strings attached; i.e. politicians and bureaucrats would be setting conditions & controls.
  • U.S. public school performance dramatically lags behind the world despite already spending far more than any country; so why, put the government in charge of college also?
  • Students would more likely study areas that have little job demand in the workplace rather than the skills society desperately needs.
  • The poorer individuals who don’t have the academic ability for college would in effect be subsidizing future high-income individuals.
  • There would be less interest in the practical skill-oriented tech schools since cost would no longer be an issue.
  • Politician interference would lead to more a much more inefficient system.
  • As with “crony capitalism“, having all that money available for education will lead to favoritism of political allies; for example, special rules for Ivy League schools.
  • Religious and other types of schools would be excluded due to constitutional restrictions and political power.
  • Colleges are already churning out brainwashed anti-American socialists perfectly willing to give up all their freedoms.  Putting government in charge of more education is likely to make the indoctrination even worse.
  • Free college incentivizes “professional students”; i.e. students who want to stay in school far longer than required to get a degree in order to avoid the real world.

Recommended Solution

  • Remove government control of the student loan industry, returning it back to the private sector.
  • Redo the college financial aid formula, granting fixed dollar grants and loans to students rather than tying the total to the tuition cost of the specific schools; in other words, whether you go to small state school or an Ivy League school, your aid dollars would be the same.  The current formula creates the incentive for expensive colleges to keep hiking tuition (i.e. shifting the supply curve of education funds).
  • Provide large grants for in-demand fields like medicine and information technology where there is a shortage of skilled workers. The grants would be conditional on pro-rated public service hours. For example, grants that pay for a medical degree would require 10,000 minimum salary hours of work in a VA or non-profit community hospital. If they don’t work the hours, they pay back the tuition.
  • Give $0 of tuition assistance for majors like sociology, minority studies, anthropology, etc. that are more for general interest of the student than marketable skills.
  • To avoid crushing financial burdens, allow students to pay back loans over 30 or 40 years like a low-interest mortgage.
  • Focus future aid packages on work study programs rather than grants and loans.
  • Create accredited degrees that can be built around free or low-cost online educational sites such as Khan AcademyUdemyGreat Courses, and YouTube.

Other Links That May Interest You

The High Cost of “Free” College – Kay James
11 Reasons Government is Less Efficient Than the Private Sector
Big Government and Socialism Meme Gallery
Pros and Cons of a Wealth Tax
Pros and Cons of Universal Basic Income
America’s Public Schools Have Become Socialist Indoctrination Factories – Justin Haskins


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Written by: Joe Messerli
Last Modified: 7/19/2019