Dive into candidate memoirs, the Mueller report, and narrative histories to stay informed for November 2020.
The 2020 election is a little over a year away, with the Democratic presidential debates in full swing and Congressional races soon to heat up. We've rounded up the best 14 books to get keep you informed, from candidate memoirs and insider accounts of the Trump administration, to deep dives on issues like immigration, race, and gender.
RICH: First of all, too many students are graduating with degrees that will never promise success in the business world post graduation. That is a big reason a lot of student loans are in default. For example a degree in African-American studies is not in high demand. Second, I don't understand the need for all of these loans. I have a BS and a MS degree, started college immediately upon graduation from high school. It took a total of eight years to obtain those two degrees as much of the time I was a part time student as I had to work to pay tuition, books, and provide living expenses. By the time I graduated with my MS degree I was married with two kids driving a totally paid for five year old auto and did not owe a dime to anyone. My degrees were in engineering and served me very well through out my career. I am now retired, always paid my bills on time, have an 800+ FICO score and owe no one. Folks none of it was difficult, it just takes a little determination and a little more discipline but it something every kid who wants to go to college can do, as I did. I would never vote for any candidate that wants to forgive loan debt. You borrow money, you pay it back but better than that is don't borrow in the first place. Save and pay cash and if you do borrow pay off as quickly as possible, make double or even triple payments and get it over with.