Where we are now, where we are headed


Banking reform or not, it is our entire national soul and cultural fabric that is at crisis. We are a country without industry. We are forced to import our scientists and engineers, because we have an education system that dumbs down the math and sciences and encourages Business Administration majors over Chemistry. The typical college curriculum today is generally a high school curriculum in other developed countries, and which forces college grads into further degree inflation and massive educational debt. It now takes a masters and doctorate to do things that college-grads used to do. The only economy we will have left in a few more decades is one of restaurants, hair salons and Starbucks. And it will take a bachelor's degree to do it. How can this possibly be good or sustainable?

Our country is going downhill, with or without these banking reforms, and our pundits and leadership still don't get it.

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