Free education is a great idea, as long as the ability to get the free education is dependent on a students grades and skills. There are many grants and opportunities to obtain a relatively free/cheap education based on different factors. If America gets away from rewarding the best and brightest for a place of employment, for grants and assisted education, if you stop encouraging innovation and risk, you will become like Canada. Nepotism and cronyism will lead your country down the garden path of mediocrity. Competition is the spice of life; it is what drives you forward. Unfettered, uninterrupted and free competition.
In regards to the video itself, Cavuto cut her off and dragged her to his conclusion. He should have at least allowed her to continue with some of her points, though he obviously breaks it down to it’s basic dangers and she is probably too young to understand the consequences of what they are requesting.
The question isn’t about increased taxes, the issue is about poor management of tax revenue. No greater example of this than in Ontario, when you are are increasing debt to such a high level and putting it on the backs of the next generation it is a threat to the very future of a nations ability to compete and be successful.