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David Wilezol

Posts by David Wilezol

David Wilezol is the co-author, with Bill Bennett, of the book “Is College Worth It?” He is also the associate producer for Bill’s nationally syndicated radio show “Morning in America.” His work has appeared in National Review Online, Forbes, and the Washington Times. In 2012, he was a Claremont Institute Publius Fellow, and is currently a graduate student in Greek and Latin at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Follow him on Twitter to talk about Christianity, politics, education policy and the NBA: @davidwilezol.

A Theology of Student Debt

Last week, the credit report company Experian released some staggering new numbers on the student debt problem. Forty million consumers now have a student loan, and the balance of student loan debt nationwide nearly doubled from 2008 to 2014. The average debt amount...

That Awful ChristianMingle Facebook Ad

I’ve noticed recently an abundance of ads for ChristianMingle.com on my Facebook feed, especially when using the mobile app. The most frequently recurring one features a heavily bronzed twenty-something girl with a set of flawlessly straightened and bleached...

Why “White Christmas” Is America’s Favorite Song

Virtually every American is familiar with the song “White Christmas,” which Bing Crosby first performed on Christmas Day 1941 and released as a recording the next year. It spent 11 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Chart, and is, according to the Guinness Book of Records,...

Why Millennials' Disgust With The Political System Is Not A Virtue

One of the bedrock conclusions in Ron Fournier’s new essay in The Atlantic may raise eyebrows: “[Millennials] don’t see politics or government as a way to improve their communities, their country, or the world.” Fournier documents how Millennials have a high...

Is a College Degree Necessary for a Good Job? Not Always.

Many young people think that a bachelor’s degree is the best way—perhaps the only way—to get a good job anymore. But is it still possible to get a good job without one? The answer is yes. A recent interview with Google’s senior vice president for People...