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The Biden administration hinted at plans to cancel outstanding student loans, adding to our burgeoning national debt which has surpassed $30 trillion, and passing on that burden to taxpayers. —Michael
My husband and I sacrificed to provide funding to help our kids complete their college educations. Expecting us to pay for other people’s poor financial decisions is infuriating. Worse yet is the prospect of forcing the folks who couldn’t afford college in the first place to fund the whims of the entitled. —Melissa
Biden considers canceling ‘significant’ student loan debt —Washington Times
Biden’s bribe to the affluent: student loan forgiveness —New York Post
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Selected opinions and news today:
Tearing Down the Silicon Valley Wall —Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
What a Week This Has Been —Clarice Feldman, American Thinker
Another Win for Parental Rights in Virginia —Mary Vought, Washington Post
How The Media Built The ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Narrative —Drew Holden, Free Beacon
What I wish I’d known When I Was 19 & Had Sex Reassignment –C. Cohn, WashPost
Biden’s Solar Mandate Will Gobble Up 5.6 Million Acres —Steve Miller, RCI
Democrats’ Hold on the Black Community Is Ending —Newt Gingrich, FOX News
Let Them Eat Diesel —Doomberg, Doomberg
A Modest Proposal for Elon Musk About ‘Character Count’–Andrey Mir, City Journal