In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Healthcare Act, one might believe we would discuss that decision on The Show. There is another issue building up with nearly as much significance and that is—student debt.
The costs of higher education in the United States are insane. Some students who attended graduate or professional schools after receipt of their bachelor’s degree are in debt in amount that reach six-figures. Our country is at risk of the price of higher education being so great that fewer will choose to pursue advanced degrees.
Tomorrow we shall discuss student debt, student loans (undischargable in bankruptcy), and the effects of these factors on our society today and 20 years from now. The Show is at 11 a.m.
Last week we attempted to live stream, but did not have a WiFi connection of sufficient capacity. For that I apologize. We would shoot for about two minutes and the feed would kick out. By the time we shot the last segment, everyone had turned off cell phones and laptops and the kick outs stopped. We would have gone back and pasted together the bits of the first two segments, but the conversation would have lacked continuity.