States Announce Increases In College Tuition Rates
Incredible though it may seem, even after the massive amounts of "stimulus" monies that were supposedly earmarked for higher education at state and public universities throughout the nation, a great many are now announcing that they will be raising the costs of tuition (which was one of those "hooks" designed to manipulate the public pulse once again in order to further devalue our dollar and encourage more and more foreign ownership of American assets at this point).
I don't believe there was any "payback" or "loan" terms attached to those monies, if I am not mistaken. So the colleges which are already receiving funds from the state citizens through both property taxes and sales taxes apparently are going to hit up the state citizens once again for more and more bite of their hard earned cash.
The costs now for most four year public universities rivals that of most privately supported ones at this point in our history. In fact, the costs have almost exceeded those bogus CPI figures compiled by the U.S. Department of Labor by about 10 times their actual reporting figures and the true costs.
Of course, those figures are about as accurate as the bookkeeping and sums that were missing and have been unaccounted for by AIG, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
They bear no true relevance to the cost of living in this country whatsoever, and as one who worked within the corporate law area for many years also know that they are kept artificially low because most union contracts (and divorce decrees also) are based upon those figures for annual "salary" or child support costs.
Which explains also why there are so many single women on welfare when their increases for the costs for the care and education of even one child exceeds those support checks (even at public schools which now surprise parents with the costs for $200 calculators and computers once they reach high school).
Hit a mom with a $200 bill who is receiving $500 per month for child support and over a third is gone to your local Comp USA store.
The quality of our education now is more directed in most areas due to also federal agendas in turning out "science based technology" majors, and it appears even a Harvard education isn't worth the sheepskin it is printed on since it is clear that most of the law schools also are teaching "foreign" and international law as binding in this country.
Such as that which is "regulated" by the American Bar Association, a British carryover actually that only came into power over the legal education in America at the start of last century.
And have "regressively" started reinstituting "global" primarily British and "government as sovereign" law now through the graduates in their curriculum and then issued court decisions ever since all the way up to many recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Many of whom's undergraduate educations were either at Cambridge in Great Britain for their undergraduate course study, or graduated from East Coast "Ivy League" schools that have switched from teaching our Constitution and true Constitutional law based on res ipsa loquitor (the Constitution as it is written and was "intended" by those founders absent lawful and legal amendments per the 9th and 10th) to British based "monarchial" type law with the federal government somehow "sovereign" over both the states, and the citizens rather than merely a "shell" with enumerated powers and duties.
It would appear those Moms that are now home schooling certainly know what they are doing, and have seen that the best education actually is one in which a child's natural interests are pursued rather than governmental agendas.
And quite unbelievable, actually, the nerve of some of these state legislatures and universities with such announcements.
The President of Arizona State University, for instance, now earns over $700,000 per year PLUS benefits that are quite generous in their provision given the state of Arizona's economic situation due to our open borders and "outsourcing "global" and regional employers - which even though the perks aren't quite as good, and our President and Congressional members clearly way overpaid for what they are actually worth at this point, is more than the salary of the President of the United States and exceeds that CPI by about 500 percent or more, actually.
With the recuiting that most of these publicly funded unversities do out of the country actually to foreigners for those extra "out of state" tuition rates (really, out of the States), it would seem that the costs for state residents would be going down and they would at the very least be getting a break in their child's further education as the ones bearing the burden really of its existence.
In fact, Arizona has a Constitutional provision that any and all higher education would remain as "free as possible."
And at over now $7,000 per semester for just tuition alone, $14,000 per year is quite a chunk even for those Joe the Plumbers making less than $50,000 per year - which is actually more than the median wage in this country.
Not having to take a second mortgage out on their now depressed homes in order to afford to send their child for his four year bachelor's degree.
Those banks and European bankers are sure bankrupt with all this American debt they are creating for the "global" market and their own wealth and prosperity, it would appear - now quite blatantly at the American people's expense both in lives, and livelihoods.
And then after that expensive graduation party, watch him wait tables for the global visitors that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce agendas in their "See America" programs have also made sure they have a steady and cheap labor force continuing for generations to come to entertain them, including some of those potential terrorists, because all those "science based" technology jobs are going to the foreigners.
Oh, this little blurb had to do with the University of California and was actually reported by the AP underneath an article about the two year old in Mississippi that helped her mother give birth. Under the REALLY big news.
The AP it appears, is now hiring many of either those foreign British based journalists, or has been bought out by the National Enquirer (I believe which is also owned by the British media consortium now buying up much of the U.S. media and internet based news sources).
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