Student Loan Debt Relief – Hell, Yes!

Debt Economics Education Personal Writings

            Marble Falls     I’ve been trying to follow the ping-pong ball back and forth on arguments about the Biden administration’s one-time student loan relief program of between $10 and $20,000 for eligible borrowers making less than $125,000 a year and Pell Grant recipients.  Some are arguing this is a middle-class welfare program, increasing inequity.  …

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Amazon’s Hubris May Spell Trouble

Amazon Economics Ideas and Issues

            Pearl River     A change in the configuration of the supply chain means different things to different countries.  The pandemic lessons and its shortages are often touted as potentially bringing manufacturing and production closer to markets rather than depending as heavily on China and other southeast Asian countries.  Domestic production and Mexico could benefit, if …

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