Monday, December 10, 2012


The conservative gasbags like Bill Bennett are still whining about how the dastardly universities and colleges are indoctrinating students with Marxist Ideology but how would they explain the large percentages of Ivy League students who start work on Wall Street:
The Best and the Greediest? Ivy League Students Are Still Heading to Wall Street
AlterNet / By Lynn Stuart Parramore
May 27, 2012

A look at last year’s numbers: In 2011, finance was still the most popular career for Harvard graduates, luring up 17 percent of those who went from college to a full-time job. Finance accounted for 14 percent of the 2010 graduating class at Yale. Princeton, which wins the Lloyd Blankfein Booby Prize for the most Wall Street-crazed campus, sent 35.9 percent of those who had jobs at graduation into finance.


Ken Hoop said...

I'll bet Bennett never characterized the bankster bailout utilizing money from the workers as "socialism for the parasites."

Steve J. said...


You're damn right!!!

Ken Hoop said...

The Bennetts conduct class war much better than the halfhearted Obama-ites.