For the better part of the past decade, college students around the country have lamented over rising tuition costs and the difficulty they have finding careers after graduating.
These complaints are certainly understandable, but we’re not so sure these students understand exactly why these problems exist in the first place.
The reality is that colleges in America are no longer geared toward preparing young professionals for specific trades. Instead, they have become havens for progressive political indoctrination, and seem to make individuals less prepared for handling the “real world” rather than the opposite.
Because of this, we can only surmise one thing: the American university system is no longer worth they money it asks for. Students are being told they need to go into debt to qualify for a respectable career, and all they seem to come out with is a derision for the very free market they are training to compete in.
Perhaps its time for conservatives to organize a boycott of their own.
~ Facts Not Memes