Jim & Greg cheer on the Cubans taking to the streets to demand their freedom, despite the very real threat of punishment from the government. They also shake their heads at a new Wall Street Journal report showing the massive amount of debt Master’s degree students are piling up and then not getting the lucrative jobs they dreamed about. And they get a kick out of Vice President Kamala Harris being reluctant to support voter ID requirements because she believes Americans in rural areas don’t have access to photocopiers.!

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    Having say $120,000 in student loan debt and getting a job that pays $60,000 doesn’t seem like a bad idea.  Unless the claim is that even without the degree, you can still get the $60,000 job, or maybe a $50,000 job or something?  I suppose that might depend in part on where you live, but if you’re living someplace where you need a $50,000 job just to rent a small apartment, maybe the answer is not a graduate degree, but MOVING?

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  2. kedavis Coolidge
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    Is Jim Geraghty claiming that the Federalist Society’s listings of vote fraud cases, is exhaustive?  That there are no other situations of fraud that go undiscovered?

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