What About the “Woke” Right?

According to our conservative friends, being “woke” refers to those who are ridiculously politically correct and who speak out too much on social injustice. It’s commonly used as a pejorative term when referring to those on the left, increasingly paring it with phrases like “woke mob” or as a sledgehammer, using “anti-woke” to proclaim their vehement opposition.

What About the “Woke” Right?

President Biden extends student loan payment freeze through May 1

President Biden extends student loan payment freeze through May 1

Whenever loan payments resume, many experts say the process will be quite messy, given so many back and forths with borrowers. Even a 2020 report from the Education Department noted the resumption of payments would be messy. Loan servicers and the federal government, the report says, will “face a heavy burden in ‘converting’ millions of borrowers to active repayment.” The transition could also be confusing to borrowers, with some “becoming delinquent, at least initially.”

Once Again – Fuck Noam Chomsky + The Education Department Will Forgive $5.8 Billion in Student Loans for Disabled Borrowers

Once Again – Fuck Noam Chomsky

Noam is calling for the unvaxed to be isolated from the rest of the racially pure Germans… oh… I’m sorry… from the vaccinated in America. What he is doing is what he used to call the ‘voluntary propaganda of the intellectual class’ and he should be called out for it. Harshly.

The Education Department Will Forgive $5.8 Billion in Student Loans for Disabled Borrowers

Holocaust Sources in Context

US to erase student debt for those with severe disabilities

US to erase student debt for those with severe disabilities

Advocates have pressed the Education Department to eliminate the monitoring period entirely and to provide automatic debt relief to people who the Social Security Administration already identifies as permanently disabled.

Under the new action, both demands will be met. Starting in September, the Education Department will start erasing student debt for 323,000 Americans identified in Social Security records as being permanently disabled.

Stimulus Bill Has This Hidden Student Loan Tax Benefit

Stimulus Bill Has This Hidden Student Loan Tax Benefit

The provision of the stimulus bill, if enacted, would change this, at least temporarily. It would exempt all student debt cancellation — whether complete or partial — from federal taxation. And the provision’s language is broad in that it appears to cover all types of student loans including Direct federal loans, federally guaranteed FFEL loans, and private student loans as well.

Perhaps most importantly, the window of coverage to January 1, 2026 means that it also, in theory, would cover any broad student debt cancellation enacted by President Biden or by Congress in the next four years, and would exempt any such cancellation of student debt from taxation. State taxing authorities, however, could still potentially consider student loan forgiveness as taxable.

Related:

17 Million Won’t Get Stimulus Checks—Expect The Same For Student Loan Cancellation

According to the Washington Post, this means that 17 million fewer Americans — including 12 million adults and 5 million children — will get a stimulus payment. As a result, individuals who earn between $80,000 and $100,000 as well as married or joint filers who earn between $160,000 and $200,000 will not get any stimulus check.