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College conspiracy.

Many have lamented the perils of sending kids to liberal, anti-theist colleges (and rightly so), but the following video opposes sending kids to college for entirely different reasons (the same reasons John Stossel discusses in his article The College Scam). Even though these reasons are secular in nature, they’re still very eye-opening.

2 comments on “College conspiracy.

  1. I agree with almost everything in this video. However, I do have one question. The N.I.A. claims that the average person entering the workforce after high school with no college will make $35,400 a year for the first six years. Where do they get this number?

  2. I wish everyone had to watch this video before sending their children to college!

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