student loan debt

Debt frees the powerful and crushes the powerless

By Noah Berlatsky / May 16, 2024 /

Justices Clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh and their peers on the court understand the ethic of the powerful, writes Noah Berlatsky.

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$10,000 in relief zeros out, or cuts in half, the student loan debt of a majority of borrowers

By John Stoehr / August 23, 2022 /

But is that all that’s possible? No.

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Why is the left demanding that Biden cancel student loan debts when Biden is in the process of canceling student loan debts?

By John Stoehr / August 18, 2022 /

To cancel or not to cancel is not the question. 

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Cancel student loan debt for the right reason – to show the people that the United States government is on their side

By John Stoehr / April 28, 2022 /

Looking at the midterms is looking at the wrong reason.

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Let them eat debt

By Noah Berlatsky / December 28, 2021 /

That canceling student debt would be a massive transfer payment is a statement that the government should do more for average families.

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