President Obama, Get With the Program! Free Online Education!

Hey President Obama “Google” free online education.

When we have a balanced budget amendment to address our $18 Trillion debt, repealed Obamacare, closed the borders and allowed Congress to pass an Immigration policy so illegals aren’t jamming our education system like they do our emergency rooms, then maybe taxpayers will decide to listen when you want to spend our money. Here are a few of the best free online academies.  I’m sure there are more…

Free online education

For free. For everyone. Forever.

Take control of your learning by working on the skills you choose at your own pace.


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Take the world’s best courses,

online, for free.

Join 10,985,469 Courserians

Learn from 895 courses, from our 117 partners.

Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with top universities and organizations to offer courses for anyone to take, for free.


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Take great online courses from the world’s best universities

EdX offers interactive online classes and MOOCs from the world’s best universities, colleges and organizations. Online courses from MITx, HarvardX, BerkeleyX, UTx and many other universities. Topics include biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, finance, electronics, engineering, food and nutrition, history, humanities, law, literature, math, medicine, music, philosophy, physics, science, statistics and more. EdX is a non-profit online initiative created by founding partners Harvard and MIT.


Students interested in registering should go to the course websites listed below or to the Stanford Online website, where updates will be available as new courses appear.


free stuffPresident Obama’s new free education initiative reminds me of the email circulating around the internet Free Stuff! 

Broken People by Broken Government

Unfit for Work – Yet Another Burgeoning Entitlement Program is one of the best written articles I have read it quite some time on any topic, this on the disability entitlement.  Poignant and startlingly real, sad for our citizens and disappointing for our government, who appears to be their own worst enemy.


Chana Joffe-Walt

The author, Chana Joffe-Walt goes on to do an interesting Washington Post interview, ‘I thought I knew what being disabled meant, and I don’t.’

She is also wrongfully criticized by , self-acclaimed Distinguished Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, in a blog post, NPR Reporter Chana Joffe-Walt Gets Disability Wrong, who by his own admission says his argument about an aging population  “may be closer to the fact” when referring to the rise of people seeking disability benefits, as opposed to Joffe-Walt, who’s narrative supports the growth of a new entitlement program.

Davis tries to discredit Joffe-Walt because she doesn’t have Davis’s educational pedigree.  I would say he’s just a bag of hot air, who needs to spend more time outside the classroom.  He’s been schooled by a highly talented reporter and writer.

To further suffer my opinion, I know people who have suffered disabling injuries or illnesses, some who could have worked, but were wrongfully terminated.  They went on disability.  Now they make due on limited income and still find ways to contribute to society.  Maybe there should be a limited disability income program?  I hope we hear more on the subject from Joffe-Walt.

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