If you don't have the transportation to get to the library (or time off work for the few hours a week your library is actually open), then the internet is your library.
Possibly if this individual has a bunch of kids they get enough credits, otherwise no. If you include social security taxes, then individuals making as little as a few thousand a year pay taxes -- if you exclude that, then you have to make about $12,000 before you start paying federal income tax. California state income tax kicks in around $18,000 if I recall. And sales taxes affect everybody.
If you stress yourself into a bunch of medical problems working 60 hour weeks, you end up costing more money. Perhaps it's good to encourage people to work smarter not harder. In general, when they're the same number of hours, higher paying jobs are actually less stressful than entry level jobs -- so people have non-financial incentive to move up.
Even if it were $25, the much greater ease for people to find new work or pick up new skills and network and discover new opportunities when they have internet is very likely to pay for itself. Getting a degree is not the primary expected positive outcome.
How about summary trials and executions by unpaid citizen volunteers? It'll be a libertarian paradise.
Noise-blocking headphones and/or listening to white noise can provide an experience closer to quiet than a cubicle.
The USA did it in Nevada as well, but has used a lot more varied testing locations.
If Ukraine had an advanced economy, 300 million people and oceans and friendly countries on all borders, it'd be working out great.
In the USA, the poverty level is about $14,000 per year for single persons.
As a Californian making $10-$15K/year, excuse me if I don't think we need to donate charity handouts to people making $70K, which by the way is well above the median income.
Anyone who owns a home, other than perhaps a total shack they inherited, is not poor. Not even close. As usual, this is a giveaway to the upper middle class.
Since India + China are half the world's population, they tend to be around the world average on things. Remove them and the rest of the world's average would probably be ~1.05.
The observable universe is actually about 92 billion light years across (radius 45 billion).
While I agree that domestic violence is a bigger problem for women and am not supported the grandparent poster, I think the higher arrest rates are likely to be a function of men only reporting the more severe incidents to the police due to the humiliation/emasculation factor. If men wait to only call the police when they have visible bruises/cuts, that makes it a lot more likely that the police visit will result in an arrest than when there's no readily obvious physical evidence. This is likely a factor in why 62% of female perpetrators were only reported once as well.
You've probably been in a prolonged coma. because the budget deficit problem was solved many years ago. Even when it was a problem, it was a problem because only because a combination of laws and court rulings requiring certain amounts of money to be spent on things while simultaneously forbidding (or making impractical by need for 2/3 public vote etc) most ways to collect revenue to pay for it.