I suppose that the original intent of financial aid—most particularly scholarships—was to attract good scholars who would be likely to become famous and thus increase the prestige of the university. By offering intelligent, driven individuals an opportunity to be educated for reduced rates or for free, universities could be assured that they would attract . . . → Read More: What’s The Point of Financial Aid?
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I am sometimes asked questions like: What is so wonderful about the free market? My answer is that the free market is about choice. You choose what you want to buy. The choices you make send signals through the market to huge numbers of people involved in retailing, manufacturing and production of raw materials. . . . → Read More: Is Free Choice an Illusion?
The net neutrality debate is festering like a tropical storm still out at sea although no-one seems to define net neutrality with FCC net neutrality legislation. Technological advancements have served to hasten distribution or both physical and intellectual goods which have provided the foundation for humanity to build their economies upon. From ‘roads of . . . → Read More: Net Neutrality Debate
Last week General Motors (GM) announced their new program that further attempts to boost consumer confidence in their vehicles. The money-back guarantee states that you can return the vehicle for any reason, no questions asked, up to 60 days after purchase.
A quote from GM’s press release reads like this:
General Motors . . . → Read More: Is GM’s Money-Back Guarantee Good News?