Mar 3, 2017

03/03/2017: The budget is a supertanker

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On this weekend's show, a interview with the CEO of Reddit, talk of for-profit colleges and "middle skills" vocational jobs, and a discussion about partisan budgeting. Plus, we go long and short on Uber, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, dog leasing and Pentagon money. 

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How partisan is the national budget?

Mar 3, 2017
USC Gould School of Law professor Edward Kleinbard on politics and the national budget.
President Donald Trump with Mick Mulvaney, far left, director of the Office of Management and Budget, and Republican congressional leaders at a working lunch in the Roosevelt Room on Wednesday.
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'Lower Ed' looks at the controversial role of for-profit colleges

Mar 3, 2017
Tressie McMillan Cottom explains how the schools exploit vulnerable populations.
A sign identifies DeVry's Chicago campus. DeVry University is part of the DeVry Education Group, a publicly traded global provider of educational services.
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On this weekend’s show, a interview with the CEO of Reddit, talk of for-profit colleges and “middle skills” vocational jobs, and a discussion about partisan budgeting. Plus, we go long and short on Uber, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, dog leasing and Pentagon money.