Is Debt a Fact of Life?

Is Debt a Fact of Life?

“A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD” by Contributor (Sep. 27, 2019) — Does debt feel unavoidable to you these days? It’s certainly very common for Americans to buy on credit or loan — especially for big purchases like a home, vehicle, or college education. In fact, most adults in the U.S. have some form of debt. If you’re […]

Could Donald Trump Improve The Student Debt Situation?

Could Donald Trump Improve The Student Debt Situation?

NEW IDEAS FOR A GROWING PROBLEM by Contributor (Feb. 7, 2017) — Although you may not agree with Donald Trump’s views or even believe that he should be the President, if you’re a student, his presidency could actually hold some good news for you. If you’re currently studying for your taxation masters degree online, you’ll […]

What Could the Trump Presidency Mean for Student Loans?

What Could the Trump Presidency Mean for Student Loans?

$1.4 TRILLION CURRENTLY OWED by Contributor (Nov. 11, 2016) — The student loan situation is one that a lot of people are very worried about – whether it is economists who are concerned with the impact it may have on the country, or individuals who are concerned about the impact it is already having on […]

Heil, Obama: Is This America’s Future?

“A CONSPIRATORIAL PLAN” by Bob Russell, blogging at Patriot Action Network (Oct. 30, 2011) — We are finding the anointed one, Barak Obama,  gaining confidence in his ability to circumvent the Constitution and Congress to implement any rule he desires.  In the last week he has gone on the campaign trail, at taxpayer expense of course, […]

Orly Taitz: “They Are All Aware That Crimes are Being Committed”

SUPPORTERS:  PLEASE CONTACT THESE OFFICES! by Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. (Sep. 26, 2011) — The Post & Email previously reported on Atty. Orly Taitz’s trip by invitation to Washington, DC to speak with legal counsel, chiefs of staff and other personnel working for several U.S. Congressmen and Senators on September 22, 2011.  The following is […]