They cite statistics that purport a correlation between college success and financial success creating a false equivalence. In reality, financial success is correlated to intelligence, not diplomas.
While higher learning makes sense for certain professions -- such as brain surgeons -- it is often unnecessary for other life trajectories.
So why does the government promote high learning?
Apparently to consummate a government agenda of saturating the minds of young Americans with cultural and economic Marxism and to obligate them to government loans, making them dependent.
From Reason.com we read:
Mike Rowe, the popular host of CNN's Somebody's Gotta Do It and former host of Discovery Channel's Dirty Jobs, lays into Bernie Sanders for pushing everyone to go to college. Rowe, whom Reason interviewed in December 2013 (see below), isn't against college, but he takes exception to the idea that the only legit way to get ahead these days is to get a university sheepskin. Rather, he argues, there are lots of excellent trade jobs available that many people would not only be successful at but happy to do. He sees a systematic, elitist attempt to denigrate such work in the name of college for all.Read more here ►
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