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  1. Posted by Jon Bones Jones, at Reply

    College will never be free in a country of 370+ million, sorry TYT retards

    • Posted by Ild lyn, at Reply

      Funny how it works for all the other industrialized countries. And dont start on the ”’US has more people!” bullshit you realize more people means more taxpayers right? Stay ignorant you dumbass lmao.

      Another troll loser schooled.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      benita benett: _”The word free is causing a big confusion. It means tax funded.”_
      It means theft.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      I Am Skeptical: _”Uni is not College, again educate yourself…”_
      Perhaps that’s what it means in your peculiar idiolect, but we’re talking about the US, so perhaps you should use language less deceptively.
      Tertiary education is not free in the UK, don’t pretend that it is.

  2. Posted by Darksider, at Reply

    Cenk is in with Reza Aslan. And Raza is a cannibal. Coincidence? I think not!

  3. Posted by Jon Bones Jones, at Reply

    Lol all the broke Bernie losers and TYT fans want other people to pay for their degrees in gender studies and feminist dance theory

    • Posted by Salty Lemon, at Reply

      Nope, I’m an accounting major. I shouldn’t have to go into debt to get an education. I’m fine with working to pay for college, but it’s just not possible to work and pay for college.

    • Posted by Jack Meoff, at Reply

      You would get a D.O. or M.D. not a doctorate in Anesthesiology, just a license to practice it after residency.

  4. Posted by Daniel harvey The chocolate kyle kulinski, at Reply

    like it or not, universal healthcare is the only obvious answer !

    • Posted by J Hijinks, at Reply

      SupaDr00g. Most insurance plans in the US require a referral to see a specialist now too. And we pay more than anyone for our healthcare per visit/treatment/prescription, etc. all to pay for the lavish lifestyles of the insurance company executives

    • Posted by A Santi, at Reply

      Daniel harvey The chocolate kyle kulinski
      This video isn’t about health care, it’s about education.

    • Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

      Yeah great you have to be referred i noticed you ignored the other part of having to wait 6 months for an initial appointment, how about that?

  5. Posted by JustMish 2U, at Reply

    It’s going to happen. Progressives are pushing you old cronies out. Death is imminent.

    • Posted by BillieJo Benway, at Reply

      I am an optimist generally, but trends for the last couple of decades show the big fish getting off and the guppies beneath them taking the fall. Most likely some of the campaign staff and maybe a newly appointed cabinet member or two will go down, but Trump and Pence are highly unlikely to fall.

      It has usually been the underlings that pay the price for following orders while the leaders/bosses skate throughout history. Lately it has been worse. Look at the bankers during the latest crash, Bush and Cheney on the Iraq war, Clinton and the e-mails, etc..

      Takedowns like Nixon and Bill Clinton are the exception, not the rule. They are in a very small minority while so many other very high level politicians, bosses, etc. have been just as bad in some ways and got off while others took the punishment.

    • Posted by Nic Halabicky, at Reply

      Jesus, how sweet would it be to see trump rotting in a cell? I just came

    • Posted by Starshine, at Reply

      Nic Halabicky You tease, you…

    • Posted by bakaultima, at Reply

      BillieJo Benway I do agree but in this case it’s hard to pass the buck if u any willing to let go of it I think trump will go down prob die like Ken lay did before he goes to jail though

  6. Posted by Jon Bones Jones, at Reply

    FACT: Bernie Sanders would have 0 supporters if he didn’t promise everything for free to lazy millennials 😂😂😂

    • Posted by Pumpkin Rot, at Reply

      What? Free stuff has to come from somewhere? First i’m hearing of this.

    • Posted by Jon Bones Jones, at Reply

      BeingPlainJane can you even spell properly to save your life? Lmfao your English is terrible and goes to show how laughably uneducated all liberals are

    • Posted by Shaw Foyet, at Reply

      In a highly competitive global economy, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. It is insane and counter-productive to the best interests of our country and our future, that hundreds of thousands of bright young people cannot afford to go to college, and that millions of others leave school with a mountain of debt that burdens them for decades. That shortsighted path to the future must end.

      Bernie Sanders will fight to make sure that every American who studies hard in school can go to college regardless of how much money their parents make and without going deeply into debt.

      HERE ARE THE SIX STEPS THAT BERNIE WILL TAKE TO MAKE COLLEGE DEBT FREE:
      MAKE TUITION FREE AT PUBLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
      This is not a radical idea. Germany eliminated tuition because they believed that charging students $1,300 per year was discouraging Germans from going to college. Chile will do the same. Finland, Norway, Sweden and many other countries around the world also offer free college to all of their citizens. If other countries can take this action, so can the United States of America.

      In fact, it’s what many of our colleges and universities used to do. The University of California system offered free tuition at its schools until the 1980s. In 1965, average tuition at a four-year public university was just $243 and many of the best colleges – including the City University of New York – did not charge any tuition at all. The Sanders plan would make tuition free at public colleges and universities throughout the country.

      STOP THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FROM MAKING A PROFIT ON STUDENT LOANS.
      Over the next decade, it has been estimated that the federal government will make a profit of over $110 billion on student loan programs. This is morally wrong and it is bad economics. Sen. Sanders will fight to prevent the federal government from profiteering on the backs of college students and use this money instead to significantly lower student loan interest rates.

      SUBSTANTIALLY CUT STUDENT LOAN INTEREST RATES.
      Under the Sanders plan, the formula for setting student loan interest rates would go back to where it was in 2006. If this plan were in effect today, interest rates on undergraduate loans would drop from 4.29% to just 2.37%.

      ALLOW AMERICANS TO REFINANCE STUDENT LOANS AT TODAY’S LOW INTEREST RATES.
      It makes no sense that you can get an auto loan today with an interest rate of 2.5%, but millions of college graduates are forced to pay interest rates of 5-7% or more for decades. Under the Sanders plan, Americans would be able to refinance their student loans at today’s low interest rates.

      ALLOW STUDENTS TO USE NEED-BASED FINANCIAL AID AND WORK STUDY PROGRAMS TO MAKE COLLEGE DEBT FREE.
      The Sanders plan would require public colleges and universities to meet 100% of the financial needs of the lowest-income students. Low-income students would be able to use federal, state and college financial aid to cover room and board, books and living expenses. And Sanders would more than triple the federal work study program to build valuable career experience that will help them after they graduate.

      FULLY PAID FOR BY IMPOSING A TAX ON WALL STREET SPECULATORS.
      The cost of this $75 billion a year plan is fully paid for by imposing a tax of a fraction of a percent on Wall Street speculators who nearly destroyed the economy seven years ago. More than 1,000 economists have endorsed a tax on Wall Street speculation and today some 40 countries throughout the world have imposed a similar tax including Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, and China. If the taxpayers of this country could bailout Wall Street in 2008, we can make public colleges and universities tuition free and debt free throughout the country.

  7. Posted by eliw 6965, at Reply

    Bernie’s free college plan is the pipeline to a better America. America will be more productive when the rich stop capitalizing on most of our downfalls of not being able to afford college.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      I couldn’t agree more.

    • Posted by Truth Be $old, at Reply

      There’s an oversupply of college degrees. It’s like the housing bubble. You’re making the problem worse.

  8. Posted by Apollo Sun, at Reply

    Bernie 2020

    It even rhymes

    • Posted by greenjelly01, at Reply

      We should start Bernie’s 2020 campaign right away, to overcome DNC shenanigans to keep him out.

    • Posted by kourii, at Reply

      +Apollo Sun I’m with you brother, but what do you think rhyming is?

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      2008 39% of people identified as Democrats.
      2016 25% of people identified as Democrats.
      Any questions?

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Porkchop Periwinkle
      An ideal time to start a third party.

  9. Posted by Chris Tsuke, at Reply

    BERNIE SANDERS SAVE US

    • Posted by Cythil, at Reply

      I am nether ether. But then again I am not a US citizen. So not that odd. Where I live we have tuition free collage and university. (Technically we do not have collages. I think the term that is used in English is university college. But is the places where we get our bachelors and masters degree.)

    • Posted by Bo McKinley, at Reply

      Cythil of course you so does everyone else come to America where life is beautiful all the time and birds they sing while everyone dance the streets are paved with gold and opportunity and everyone is equal

    • Posted by daniel Guzman, at Reply

      1953Wes, you’ve been lied to. The Republican plan is an effort to bring back segregation.

      The ugly truth about “school choice”

      The Koch brothers want you to think the movement’s about racial justice and empowering parents. They’re lying.

      National School Choice Week, a pet project of big corporations and conservative billionaires like the Koch brothers, kicked off Monday with celebratory forums throughout the country. Billing itself as a social justice movement committed to “ensuring effective education options for every child,” “school choice” has actually become a deeply divisive wedge issue for the right. But the folks at School Choice Week would prefer that you didn’t know that.

      On their website, you can find photographs and videos of shiny happy children of all races and ethnicities. And you’ll see that Bill Cosby is a major supporter. And since he has a doctorate in education and has acted as a philanthropist on behalf of many African-American schools, many will see his endorsement as an important mark of legitimacy.

      But there are a few serious problems with the school choice movement. Though it attracts mainstream conservatives like Cosby, as well as Democrats like President Barack Obama, it is not, at its core, a bipartisan endeavor. Its most important backers are rightwing organizations like the Heritage Foundation, Americans for Prosperity and other groups supported by billionaire rightwing ideologues like the Koch brothers. They want to dismantle public education altogether and run schools as businesses, judged as “successes” or “failures” based on abstract data taken from high-stakes standardized test scores.

      Access to opportunity is replaced with demands for universal “excellence” and “achievement,” in which teachers are punished for student “failure.” This pits parents against teachers, and it ultimately sidelines already marginalized children of immigrant families, poor children and/or children of color.

    • Posted by Cythil, at Reply

      +Bo McKinley Naa… I like to stay where I am. Especially since I am thinking of getting a masters. And I like to get that in a country where I do not have to sacrifice a arm and a leg to get it.

      +1953Wes I am sure more republicans are again expanding education. A lot of republicans seem to be the type that hate the notion that anyone would climb the social ladder. I am sure not all republicans are like that (especially not the voters). But that is the general vibe I get from the upper GOP.

    • Posted by Jason Bequette, at Reply

      Chris Tsuke

      Save you? lol. Make productive people pay for even more useless majors and fund even more people to learn no life skills.

      Only way this works is if as soon as you graduate, you owe the system 10 years. Any break in cycle and you start making loan payments.

      You kids really need to get over this “life is easy and free” mentality. You’re weighing down civilization.

  10. Posted by SupaDr00g, at Reply

    Stop calling it a free college plan call it what it is a taxpayer funded college plan.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Matthew: _”well you can pay for your OWN education”_
      Indeed. And it needn’t be that expensive but for unions and public-sector barriers to market entry.

    • Posted by Sean Ryan, at Reply

      +Trollop 7 studied have shown that liberals are smarter and more educated than conservatives.

    • Posted by Shaw Foyet, at Reply

      In a highly competitive global economy, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. It is insane and counter-productive to the best interests of our country and our future, that hundreds of thousands of bright young people cannot afford to go to college, and that millions of others leave school with a mountain of debt that burdens them for decades. That shortsighted path to the future must end.

      Bernie Sanders will fight to make sure that every American who studies hard in school can go to college regardless of how much money their parents make and without going deeply into debt.

      HERE ARE THE SIX STEPS THAT BERNIE WILL TAKE TO MAKE COLLEGE DEBT FREE:
      MAKE TUITION FREE AT PUBLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
      This is not a radical idea. Germany eliminated tuition because they believed that charging students $1,300 per year was discouraging Germans from going to college. Chile will do the same. Finland, Norway, Sweden and many other countries around the world also offer free college to all of their citizens. If other countries can take this action, so can the United States of America.

      In fact, it’s what many of our colleges and universities used to do. The University of California system offered free tuition at its schools until the 1980s. In 1965, average tuition at a four-year public university was just $243 and many of the best colleges – including the City University of New York – did not charge any tuition at all. The Sanders plan would make tuition free at public colleges and universities throughout the country.

      STOP THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FROM MAKING A PROFIT ON STUDENT LOANS.
      Over the next decade, it has been estimated that the federal government will make a profit of over $110 billion on student loan programs. This is morally wrong and it is bad economics. Sen. Sanders will fight to prevent the federal government from profiteering on the backs of college students and use this money instead to significantly lower student loan interest rates.

      SUBSTANTIALLY CUT STUDENT LOAN INTEREST RATES.
      Under the Sanders plan, the formula for setting student loan interest rates would go back to where it was in 2006. If this plan were in effect today, interest rates on undergraduate loans would drop from 4.29% to just 2.37%.

      ALLOW AMERICANS TO REFINANCE STUDENT LOANS AT TODAY’S LOW INTEREST RATES.
      It makes no sense that you can get an auto loan today with an interest rate of 2.5%, but millions of college graduates are forced to pay interest rates of 5-7% or more for decades. Under the Sanders plan, Americans would be able to refinance their student loans at today’s low interest rates.

      ALLOW STUDENTS TO USE NEED-BASED FINANCIAL AID AND WORK STUDY PROGRAMS TO MAKE COLLEGE DEBT FREE.
      The Sanders plan would require public colleges and universities to meet 100% of the financial needs of the lowest-income students. Low-income students would be able to use federal, state and college financial aid to cover room and board, books and living expenses. And Sanders would more than triple the federal work study program to build valuable career experience that will help them after they graduate.

      FULLY PAID FOR BY IMPOSING A TAX ON WALL STREET SPECULATORS.
      The cost of this $75 billion a year plan is fully paid for by imposing a tax of a fraction of a percent on Wall Street speculators who nearly destroyed the economy seven years ago. More than 1,000 economists have endorsed a tax on Wall Street speculation and today some 40 countries throughout the world have imposed a similar tax including Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, and China. If the taxpayers of this country could bailout Wall Street in 2008, we can make public colleges and universities tuition free and debt free throughout the country.

  11. Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

    free college shouldnt be a hot button topic and everyone should be for it. Finland has it and they’re number 1 in education (we are 17th out of 40 countries) and in technology inovation (we are in 7th place) shouldnt we strive to be number 1 since America always claims to be the best, and the only way to be the best is to have the best education and have it available to everyone, so everyone can reach there fullest potential instead of having the most weapns. 14% of the population is still illiterate. 21% of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19% of high school graduates can’t read.

    • Posted by rouge1ful, at Reply

      +MrRba122 highly unlikely. You can still have a learning disability but still be able to read their plenty of kids with autism that can read just fine and people with dyslexia while it’s more of a challenge can still also read for the most part just fine.

    • Posted by anonymous11441144, at Reply

      >19% of high school graduates can’t read so let’s send them to college

    • Posted by Grand Wonder, at Reply

      Trump supposed to have graduated from college, but still can’t read! And he’s the best example that the rednecks have to offer as being one of their own!

  12. Posted by bdawggification, at Reply

    Well republicans hate education, hopefully by 2018 this will be able to go somewhere.

    • Posted by Nic Halabicky, at Reply

      Evil colleges turning people into liberals! turns out that’s what happens when people learn how the world works.

    • Posted by Snakeye808, at Reply

      Nic Halabicky, Haha! So true. That’s why they’re so determined to destroy secular public education for kids too. Republicans realize they need to keep people dumb if they want to win elections.

    • Posted by Seljuk Cuck, at Reply

      +John Bliss The problem is that promising students going into useful fields aren’t significantly disincentivized by tuition because their anticipated income is more than enough to pay the loans off. Free college just takes the incentive to pursue a useful career away from students. I’d rather put the money towards decent schools so more kids would come out of high school actually equipped to go into STEM.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Nic Halabicky
      Nah. It’s called brainwashing. Don’t ask me to pay for your radicalization.

    • Posted by bdawggification, at Reply

      Trollop 7 Just because educated people tend to lean left doesn’t mean they are being brainwashed. Unless you think acquiring critical thinking skills is brainwashing.

  13. Posted by Antonius17, at Reply

    Can we already start uniting behind Bernie for 2020?

    • Posted by playerx2006, at Reply

      He’ll be dead by then, age catches up to us all. Hillary would be younger so it’s better to vote for her in 2020.

    • Posted by Áine, at Reply

      +playerx2006 Stop.

    • Posted by playerx2006, at Reply

      but I am theoretically right.

    • Posted by Áine, at Reply

      +playerx2006 Yeah, about everything except the Hilary part.

  14. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

    Bernie is the definition of a better America.

    • Posted by L0re Online, at Reply

      Wouldn’t be free, silly. Our taxes would pay for it; or would you prefer your taxes keep going towards Trump’s $3,000,000 vacations every weekend at a resort he owns.

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      benita benett: _”Your masters have …”_
      Read some history. The path you desire lead to bloodshed and ruination.

    • Posted by Porkchop Periwinkle, at Reply

      PEEKABOO – So do your corporate overlords and your daddy trump.
      ^ I grow tired of you dumbass Cuckservatives and your lack of intelligence.

  15. Posted by Omair Sheikh, at Reply

    Daaaamn Bernie, back at it again with the progressive policies

    • Posted by Cody Back, at Reply

      +PEEKABOO !! It’s not a free handout, It’s a paid into benefit. Taxpayers would collectively pay into college making it more accessible to all Americans. Personally, I believe when you’re born into one of the greatest countries in the world you should have access to some perks. I absolutely have no problem paying into something that I’ll be able to use later down the line

    • Posted by Liphrium, at Reply

      PEEKABOO !! Russian troll

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Liphrium: _”Russian troll”_
      That would make sense. We Russians have just wasted a whole century of our civilization on the kind of BS your college tutors have brainwashed into believing in.
      That state cannot replace religion. Take up Yoga.

  16. Posted by Eliza Miller, at Reply

    Great. Now what about that student loan forgiveness?

  17. Posted by Andrea Kae, at Reply

    Wasn’t Trump going to do the 12.5% cap and forgive after 15 years?