US Government Revenue in Free Fall: Economist

If you have student debt to the federal government, you are going to have to start paying it back again, according to the education secretary. Repayments have been paused for three years but are set to resume 60 days after June 30 at the latest. To learn more about this, NTD spoke with Jeffrey Tucker, the founder and president of the Brownstone Institute. Tucker says that millions of people with student loans have been hoping for debt forgiveness for many years and vote for Democrats solely on this ground, but the U.S. government revenue right now is in freefall.

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