Thursday, September 1, 2022

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Last week, the Biden Administration put forth a plan to forgive at least $10,000 of student loan debt to those making less than $125,000. It's controversial to say the least and a recent Time Magazine commentary by William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove put forth the notion that debt forgiveness is Christian and is what Jesus would do. Lawrence Reed of the Stream disagreed with that notion and Gus reads and reflects on his article. He then takes it to the listeners and asks them if forgiveness billions of dollars of student debt, which will be transferred to the taxpayer, is what Jesus would want us to do.
And Bob Dunning calls in for the first time this season to talk some college football. He and Gus pick winners of this weekend's biggest matchups.


  • Marcia McMahon: September 02, 2022

    This graph aligns to education federal requirements under no child left behind and number of student loan debt

  • Marcia McMahon: September 02, 2022

    I agree people should be held to the debt they acquire, but I do not agree that schools promoted student debt to meet federal requirements under no child left behind which has been revoked.

  • Marcia McMahon: September 02, 2022

    Many people forget the number of students who took out student loan were encouraged by their schools to support their accountability rating under no child left behind which was a federal mandate.

  • Marcia McMahon: September 02, 2022

    In terms of student loan forgiveness I think many people are missing the point of what educators ( I was one of them) were required to promote to our students under the thousand points of light that all students were to attend college. Unfortunately students were told their only access to college was via student loans. They were given much misinformation and are suffering from their guidance from the educators they trusted as directed from the federal government.

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