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South Dakota is asking the Feds (YOUR MONEY) for $1,500,000,000,000 for unpaid student loans
Posted by: breitbart ()
Date: November 07, 2019 08:11PM

democrats said that "Republicans charing that school loans were a scam" simply weren't educated enough to know

$1.5 TRILLION DOLLARS LATER it is clear who is a thief

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/13/survey-of-1-5-trillion-student-loan-debt-by-state-south-dakota-most-debt-utah-least/

BILL CLINTON ERA LAWS OPENED A DOOR INTO HELL - left USA's bank door open: IT ALLOWED COUNTY GOVERNMENTS TO TAKE ON ANY DEBT TO PROVIDE SCHOOLS "EQUALLY FOR ALL RACES" so that nigger schools in low tax revenue areas would have the exact same schools and perks as white kids whose parents sacrificed family wealth (land tracts) for nicer schools

FAIRFAX, VA, FAIRFAX, CA - began assuming billions in debt "to build schools to pay teachers" - paying school (teachers) up to $1,000,000 / yr. private owned schools were all shut down or got on the government run school wagon.

BEFORE THAT TIME LOWER SCHOOLS WERE MODESTLY FUNDED AND COLLEGES WERE HARDLY FUNDED, no such thing as "a student loan" (the didn't loan you money unless you didn't need a loan, is what they used to say)


businesses ran their own low cost training programs and paid their employees to attend. certification was done by them too*



* which became illegal during clinton - totalitarian government became the master of everything. political families became in charge of things they had no f'ing clue of and had no right having their hands in.

republicans said when the bills come in for Bill Clinton's communist "school system" that it would bankrupt the county because democrats would have a "play day" with OPM - other people's money - and it wouldn't end once started: the smart people of the day said "impossible that would ever be allowed to continue if it happened"

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well into the QUADRILLIONS LATER ... MILLENIALS

THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN CALLED QUADRILLIONALS

illinois is just letting asians get GOVERNMENT ACCESS degrees by visiting their nigger at the library ...

a-detailed-list-of-everything-you-millen

what china thinks of usa's millenials


only a democrat profiting on the take would vote for this


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Date: November 07, 2019 08:11PM

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Date: November 08, 2019 11:45AM

add VA to the list of states applying for "communist school bailouts"

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Posted by: Vets4MajorityJusticeUnderstading ()
Date: December 15, 2019 05:31PM

Education does cost, but it has always been afforded before this -- so we should look at all the billionaires -- we have given them our money through tax breaks.

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Date: December 16, 2019 03:13PM

Vets4MajorityJusticeUnderstading Wrote:
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> Education does cost, but it has always been
> afforded before this -- so we should look at all
> the billionaires -- we have given them our money
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drop dead G2 - it's NOT YOUR MONEY

USA doesn't have money for everyone to have free lifetime college and not work unless they borrow from asia

WHICH IS EXACTLY WHY G2 DOESN'T WANT ANYONE ARGUING WITH FREE SCHOOLING

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Date: December 16, 2019 03:15PM

Vets4MajorityJusticeUnderstading Wrote:
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DROP DEAD G2 - THESE PEOPLE WILLINGLY SIGNED THE LOANS - no one made them do it

it's not like taxes where a gun is to your head to run another fucking non-profit or some fucking cuck college

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Date: January 09, 2020 08:07PM

ast month, the Washington Post profiled the suicide of farmer Chris Dykshorn in Platte, a rural farming town in South Dakota, in the context of the rising suicide rate among farmers in the US.

With $300,000 in debt, Dykshorn and his family were unable to sell their excess grain crop due to Trump’s trade war with China and record rains had flooded their fields, severely curtailing the growing season. Squeezed under this immense pressure, and not knowing how he could provide for his wife and children, Dykshorn used a gun to take his own life.


Chris Dykshorn and his children [Source: Gofundme/Amber Dykshorn]
While suicide is the tenth leading cause of death overall in the US, a recent study published by the University of Iowa found that the suicide rate for farm operators and farm workers has been more than three times higher than the national rate dating back to the 1990s and early 2000s.

Although the past two years have not yet been reported, mental health experts expect the numbers to be even higher for 2018 and 2019 as suicide hotlines have been receiving more calls in rural areas. This has prompted a limited response from federal and state agencies, including a $1.9 million US Department of Agriculture initiative to establish support groups for farms and ranches and $450,000 to train USDA employees in how to make mental health treatment referrals.

In an interview with Time, Mike Rosmann, a clinical psychologist and farmer from Iowa, reported that he was receiving seven calls per week from farmers with mental health problems usually resulting from their struggles with finances.

The death of Chris Dykshorn provides a glimpse into the devastation brought about by consecutive years of extreme weather that have cut the growing season short and destroyed crop yields, trade war, and the predation of financial institutions burying farmers in unbearable debts.

Compounding the already record rainfall from the previous year, this year saw historic floods in the Midwest from melting ice and snow from the record-breaking winter, devastating crop yields primarily for corn and soybean farmers. Farmers whose fields were less affected by the flooding were still cut off from roads and railways, limiting their ability to sell their crops and transport or feed livestock.

According to the USDA, only 30 percent of corn fields had been planted as of May this year, compared to the 66 percent average. In South Dakota, the amount of corn fields planted dropped to 4 percent compared to the average of 54 percent over the past five years, and 21 percent in Minnesota compared to the average of 65 percent.

In addition to abysmal crop yields for this year, Trump’s trade war has driven down the buying prices of crops as China has refused to buy any crops from American farmers, leaving soybean farmers without any buyers and unable to pay off massive debts. After Trump’s trade-war tariffs directed at China in August, China cancelled all purchases of US agricultural products in a retaliation against the Trump administration. The tariffs were 10 percent for all $300 billion in Chinese agricultural imports.

Farm debt in the US stands at a combined $416 billion, which is an all-time high, and more than half of all farmers have lost money every year since 2013. Like other areas of the economy, small farmers and farm workers are losing their jobs to technological advances that are mostly implemented by the largest corporate farms and too expensive for independent farmers to afford. While the US lost almost 100,000 farms from 2011 to 2018, the number of large farms with over 2000 acres has been steadily increasing.

Dean Foods, the largest milk producer in the country, has been shuttering processing plants, laying off hundreds of workers and leaving dairy farmers to sell their farms or go further into debt. A 26 percent decline in milk consumption in the US and the loss of contracts with Walmart and Food Lion cut into the company’s revenues, leading to its filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November.

The social crisis wrought by the economic pressure on farmers has resulted in increasing rates of death by suicide and homicide all across the United States but especially in the South and Midwest, where access to mental healthcare is limited.

The loss of a job for independent farmers often means losing a home which has been their family farm for generations. The likelihood of finding another job in rural areas is low with even department store chains, long the mainstays of small towns, shuttering in the face of competition from warehouse and delivery giants like Amazon.

Aware of the deepening impact of the tariffs, the Trump administration has attempted to placate farmers ahead of the 2020 elections with the institution of nearly $16 billion in bailout programs for farmers affected by the trade war.

However, most of the aid has gone to the largest farms, leaving independent farmers to fend for themselves. Over the course of this year alone, farm bankruptcies have increased by over 24 percent, jumping to the highest level since 2011.

Every aspect of the crisis this year was only made worse by the negligence of the ruling class. Farmers and workers were forced to deal with all of the preparations and cleanup after the floods in the spring, putting up sandbags to protect their homes and belongings, only to be left with little to no form of assistance after the floods.

Low crop yields, low buying prices for commodities and/or no buyers for crops due to Trump’s trade war with China have precipitated a major crisis for farmers in the US. There is extreme pressure on farmers, who find themselves unable to pay off massive loans or even sustain their own lives and those of their families. The crisis facing agriculture in the US will also drive food prices higher on the shelves of grocery stores, only adding to the misery of the same struggling rural farmers and working-class families.

Each aspect of the crisis facing American farmers serves as a damning exposure of the irrationality of the capitalist system, in which the ruling class finds a more lucrative opportunity in forcing independent farmers into financial ruin and personal despair than in meeting the needs of those who produce a significant portion of the world’s food supply.
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