Republicans Are Increasingly Skeptical Of Higher Education. This Is Bad For All Of Us.
Ryan Huber
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Well a Liberal Professor here in Florida tweeted that the Texas mess was what they deserved for voting for Trump.

“I don’t believe in instant karma but this kinda feels like it for Texas. Hopefully this will help them realize the GOP doesn’t care about them,” ~ Kenneth Storey

Of course the University of Tampa bounced his ass out of there and he started making excuses and claimed his comment was taken out of context when it was not, but the real story is that he felt “safe” making such a comment. To the left hate and vile comments directed at the left are considered okay and while some do get punished for their comments, most do not. If this same comment was made by a Liberal Professor in any California University it would have been celebrated by the staff.

And let’s be honest, only 27% of Americans work in a field relating to their degree, while I agree some aspects of high education do help young people transition to adult life and prepare for employment, in most cases it seems a lot of debt is being built up without good reason.

What I would like to see are more trade style schools, instead of the strict University systems, set up specific job training and even better, fund apprenticeship programs with on the job training and school environment combined and educate students for actual job openings instead of cranking out useless degrees nobody will ever use, and even if they do land a job in the field, it will be very low paid many times like archaeology and anthropology degrees that have incredibly high unemployment and low pay or film, liberal arts and fine arts degrees that are pretty much worthless.

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