Toronto's Patrick Chan, 22, showed a world-record performance at the 2013 ISU World Figure Skating Championships on Wednesday. And on Friday, March 15, he captured his third straight world title.
DontrustCorruptClinton: Nobody can answer this question for me so someone please help me out. Clinton mentioned debt-free college as a goal that can be implemented by having the rich pay their fair share a few times in the debate. What is debt-free college? Is she offering free college because that's not really the federal governments job to set the price or negate the price of a private university to $0. Or is she claiming that by raising taxes the rich will pay for everyone's college education because that would be impossible. The average cost of tuition a year between in-state, state and privates universities in America is $28,353 per year. I just did some research and there are 22.5 million American students who are enrolled in 4 year colleges for the fall 2016 school semester. (I'm not even including MBA's, Doctorate Degrees or any other advanced degrees that take more than 4 years) So is Clinton planning on raising taxes on the wealthy by $637,942,500,000 to make college debt-free for students? That's almost $638 billion dollars!!!! Maybe I'm not thinking about this right, but even my Hillary Clinton supporting friends and coworkers have no idea what debt-free college is either. (Besides sounding nice) Someone please help me out here.