The market always wins: two thousand government-worshiping universities may collapse in the next 5 years

A New York University marketing professor, Scott Galloway, estimates that a thousand to two thousand of the country’s 4,500 universities could go out of business in the next 5-10 years.

College shutdowns in the wake of the government’s coronavirus scare have exposed the vulnerability and inefficiency of many colleges.

Colleges in the U.S. are overwhelmingly funded (by both research grants and student loan subsidies) by the federal government.

They push a steady agenda of pro-government extremist “science” and socialist philosophy. Anti-government thought is almost banned at many universities.

Now, after nearly every college campus in America was ordered closed by powermad governors due to the coronavirus panic, many students are wondering if spending thousands to watch pro-government zoom presentations is worth it. Many will likely not be returning in the Fall, even if governments allow them to.