Mike Cernovich’s College Reform Ideas: Pay Athletes, Tax Endowments, Dischargeable Student Loans

For years now, Gorilla Mindset author Mike Cernovich has been sharing his thoughts on the needed reforms in the college system.


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For years now, Gorilla Mindset author Mike Cernovich has been sharing his thoughts on the needed reforms in the college system.

Over the past few weeks, Cernovich has been getting even deeper into the thick of what colleges are doing wrong.

Today, Cernovich spoke out against the college athlete system where athletes that generate millions in revenue are unpaid.

“College athletes should be paid the fair market value that their skills and talents bring,” tweeted Cernovich. “Only socialists disagree.”

Cernovich has also been outspoken with the student loan debt college administrators have encouraged millions of American teenagers to incur.

Cernovich has proposed taxing university endowments at 50%. Many universities such as Harvard have endowments worth billions.

“Tuition is high BECAUSE of student loans,” wrote Cernovich in March, giving a free lesson to Mark Cuban. “Cheap money loaned to a gullible class of borrowers with poor economic literacy allows colleges to continue jacking up tuition above the rate of inflation.”

Cernovich suggested that if President Donald Trump made student loan debt dischargeable in bankruptcy along with a few other key college reforms, he would win the 2020 presidential election in a landslide.


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