Jack Cafferty’s first question on CNN this afternoon was “Is paying less tuition for a three-year college degree a good idea?” As usual, it was preceded by a thoughtful little commentary from Cafferty. My reply was: If a student goes to summer school and completes four years of course work in three years, fine. But don’t degrade a 4-year bachelor’s degree by chopping out 25% of the content. If students want less, they can get 2-year associate degrees.
He must have liked it. It was one of eight or so that he read on the air. Gotta love a guy astute enough to fill his airtime with my utterances!
Previous appearances with Jack:
Cafferty and me — we’ve got a thing goin’ on
Cafferty strikes again
He likes me! He really likes me! (Cafferty, that is)
Cafferty and me — this time I saw it
Cafferty read my comment on the air — and I missed it!