Tuesday, March 1, 2016

HRC doesn't believe in free college cuz of 'costs' and Trump's kidz?

See Politico

" Clinton knocks Sanders' college plan: Trump's kids shouldn't get free ride
Donald Trump's kids shouldn't go to college for free, Hillary Clinton said Monday in discussing her plan to eliminate the high cost of college, taking a swipe at the college affordability plan of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"Now, I'm a little different from those who say free college for everybody. I am not in favor of making college free for Donald Trump's kids. I am in favor of making college free for your grandson by having no debt tuition," Clinton told..."


But her daughter Chelsea is friends with Ivanka, and think they even attended a posh Hilton sis wedding recently so can't be that tough on him maybe?

From Dec , Vox:

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders' argument about college costs, explained
"The second criticism of free college is that it isn't truly progressive: Because students who go to college and pay the most to attend now are overwhelmingly middle-class or wealthier, they argue, free college is essentially a government giveaway to richer Americans. The answer to making college more affordable and accessible to low-income people is to strengthen the way the system already is supposed to work: charging families different prices based on what they can afford."

Thomas Piketty on the rise of Bernie Sanders: the US enters a new political era


This from a UCI Prof: Arguing With My Father About Hillary Clinton’s Ruthlessness



Reich officially endorses Sanders, see

He also said to CNN that one has to vote their values during the primaries, he has known HRC 49 years...
A pic of a Cal IX survivor
w/ ...Joe

Joe was at UCSF too
Biden advances national cancer moonshot at UC San Francisco

And there was this event some days ago:

UC Health commits to improved data sharing with patients at White House Precision Medicine Summit
uuummmm, but, the cobbler's children....

But there is a UC backing away from lighting UC undergrads up about it?:
UC Berkeley’s public health undergraduate major faces potential elimination

"The letter acknowledged that the undergraduate program is popular and well-regarded but that the school faces a “probable major (size) reduction” in faculty, financial support for graduate student instructors and program staff.

“As a result, we may be forced to focus instead on expanding programs that can directly return tuition revenues to the School and/or generate professional degree fees,” the letter stated."
Should there be IX in the msm, too:" I have a PhD in political science and have taught American voting and elections at some of the nation’s top universities for nearly two decades, yet I have been deemed less worthy to weigh in than relative novices and certified liars."

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