Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Left A 230 Word Message While Hiding

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Left A 230 Word Message While Hiding

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Federal prosecutors have revealed the message to the jury.

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InfoGraphic: The Rising Cost of College

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CollegeChoice | The Rundown Live

The Rising Cost of College

79: percentage growth of college tuition between August 2003 and August 2013
2X: that’s twice as costs for medical care.
And 3X: the as the overall Consumer Price Index during that same period.

Overall, the cost of college has gone up over 500% since 1982.

Put in perspective:
If you spent $10,000 for a college education in 1982,
And had the increase in college tuition gone at the same rate as inflation:
That same year of college education would cost $24,471.61 today.
Instead, that year of college education actually costs over $50,000 today.

From 1984-1985 to 2014-2015 the average published Tuition and Fees for:
• Private 4-year institutions – up 146% (From $12,716* to $31,231)
• Public 2-year colleges – up 150% (From $1,337* to $3,347)
• In-state students at public 4-year institutions – up 225% (from $2,810* to $9,139)
*1984 prices adjusted to 2014 dollars

Why Are College Costs Rising?

• Appropriations are money set aside by governments to be used for a specific purpose. As state and local governments cut appropriations to colleges, tuition costs rise to make up the difference

• Institutional Subsidies are proportion of costs paid for from institutional sources. They typically come from state and local appropriations; at private institutions they come from private gifts, investment returns, or endowment income. During recessions, subsidies dry up.

5 most expensive educations, 2012-2013
1.Sarah Lawrence College, New York: $61,236
2.New York University, New York: $59,837
3.Harvey Mudd College, California: $58,913
4.Columbia University, New York: $58,742
5.Wesleyan University, Connecticut: $58,202

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Sources:

http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2013/10/23/charts-just-how-fast-has-college-tuition-grown
http://trends.collegeboard.org/college-pricing/figures-tables/tuition-fees-room-board-time-1974-75-2014-15-selected-years
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/steveodland/2012/03/24/college-costs-are-soaring/
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-26/college-costs-surge-500-in-u-s-since-1985-chart-of-the-day.html
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NY Lawmakers to Pay People to Report their Neighbors to the Police for Warming Up their Cars

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John Vibes | FreeThoughtProject

New York, NY — New York City Council members introduced a bill this week that would reward people for snitching on neighbors who leave their car idling.

The measure would require potential snitches to take a video of the idling car, complete with the license plate, to be used for evidence to generate a fine. The government would then cut the snitch in on up to 50% of the spoils earned from the fines.

The bill would carry fines of up to $2,000 for repeat offenders, which is a relatively steep increase from the fines that are already on the books.

This Wednesday, City Council members Helen Rosenthal (D-Manhattan) and Donovan Richards (D-Queens) will introduce the controversial new bill. Nosy neighbors are sadly salivating at the opportunity to snitch on their fellow New Yorkers.

Banker and potential snitch George Pakenham told the New York Post that “On my block alone, I could produce 20 tickets a day, easily.”

“This is going to be the thing that makes the entire difference. This will be just the tonic to have people engaged and earn a great deal of money along the way,” he added.

The city of New York has had laws against idling since 1971, which forbids vehicles from idling for longer than three minutes. Recently, an addition was made to the law to shorten this time to one minute for vehicles that were parked in front of schools.

According to the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, the city made nearly $100,000 last year by enforcing 209 idling violations.

“We can pass these laws, we’ve strengthened the fines . . . But the real problem is enforcement. You’re obviously upping the interest by having people share in the fine,” Rosenthal said.

The measure is supposed to protect the environment, but just like the rain tax and the vast majority of government regulations, the real goal is to fleece innocent people of their hard earned cash.


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Why You Shouldn’t Buy The Apple Watch

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S.m. Gibson | ANTIMEDIA

The Apple Watch is scheduled to be released on April 24, 2015.

Apple’s highly anticipated iWatch will be released on April 24th. The price tag isn’t cheap either. They start at $349, but will go to over $10,000 for top-of-the-line models. It’s also worth noting, the corporation that brought you the iPhone and iPad is planning to purchase one-third of the gold mined in the world annually to produce the high end luxury models of the watch.

Many people are still debating if they will take this next step with Apple and purchase their new watch. Assuredly, many people will purchase the product, but do we really need it? What are the pros and cons of having a computer strapped to our wrist? Watch Russell Brand explain in the video below why he won’t be getting one and why he thinks you shouldn’t either.

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8 Incredible Archaeological Finds That Probably Weren’t In Your History Textbooks

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Thomas Nelson | HigherPerpsective

For how long and complex human history is, it’s no big surprise to me that it would miss a few major places and events, right? Well we’ll help you fill in the gaps a bit.

1. The unfinished obelisk.

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This obelisk was recently found in Aswan, Egypt, and was ordered to be constructed by Hatshepsut in the mid 1500s BC. The obelisk was never finished, but if it had been, it would have been Egypt’s largest.

2. Yonaguni Monument.

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It’s debated among experts whether or not this underwater monument off the coast of Japan was created naturally or by man. It features twin obelisks that appear to have been placed there, as well as a formation above it called “the turtle.” What do you think made it?

3. The Stone Spheres of Costa Rica.

This is quite the mystery! Not much is known about this giant spheres other than the fact that they were likely made by the Diquis people who lived from 700 to 1530 AD. Legend has it that these spheres were originally made in Atlantis, but it’s all speculation.

4. The Longyou Grottoes.

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These tunnels found in Zhejian, China are enormous and date back as far as 212 BCE. They are covered from floor to ceiling in precise, 60 degree angled markings.

5. Göbekli Tepe.

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This was a major find because it made scientists rethink the origins of human society. It was found near a mountaintop in turkey and predates agriculture, which indicates that primitive religion may have been what originally brought civilization together, not commerce. This monument dates back to 10,000 BCE.

6. Boheno-Daro.

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This interesting ancient city, built in 2600 BCE in what is now Pakistan, is one of the earliest examples of city planning. This town contains roads and a drainage system that worked like a sewer.

7. Saksaywaman.

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Saksaywaman is a fortress outside of Cusco, Peru – the former capital of the Incan nation. These giant rocks are fitted tightly together. Hundreds of years later, you can’t even fit a piece of paper through them. Now that’s tight!

8. L’Anse aux Meadows.

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This settlement in North America is believed to have been built by the Vikings 500 years before Columbus discovered the continent for the European empire. It’s incredible to think that vikings made it all the way to North America from their home in Northern Europe.

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BOMBSHELL: Congressman Proposes Bill to Ban Laws with the Purpose of Generating Revenue

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Matt Agorist | FreeThoughtProject

A Congressman from Missouri has just proposed a bombshell piece of legislation that is detrimental to the growth and expansion of the police state.

Monday, Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II (MO-05) introduced The Fair Justice Act.

The Fair Justice Act ” would make it a civil rights violation to enforce criminal or traffic laws for the purpose of raising revenue.”

You read that correctly. Petty drug “offenses,” idiotic traffic laws, and other such victimless crimes could be brought to a halt with the passage of this bill.

Announcing the introduction of the Fair Justice Act, Congressman Cleaver stated,

“The time has come to end the practice of using law enforcement as a cash register, a practice that has impacted too many Americans and has disproportionately affected minority and low-income communities. No American should have to face arbitrary police enforcement, the sole purpose of which is to raise revenue for a town, city, or state.”

While many people may not see it as such, this congressman’s bold move, if passed, would eliminate most police work.

As the Free Thought Project reported Monday, the fact that police act primarily as revenue collection agents for the state, has become quite apparent.

Since there is no money in solving murders or preventing rapes, police departments in America have focused their duties on traffic citations and the drug war. Both of these venues are highly profitable for departments.

City and state governments have become so addicted to these revenue streams that we are now seeing full-on military raids on people in fruitless attempts to find drugs and money. Along with the drug raids, we are seeing police officers forced to collect a certain amount of revenue through traffic enforcement, or risk losing their jobs.

Cops are actually being disciplined on a large scale as they blow the whistle on their revenue addicted department heads who force them to write tickets or face consequences.

While this congressman’s bill doesn’t specifically mention the war on drugs, he does state that the bill,

“would make it a civil rights violation, punishable by up to five years in prison, to enforce criminal or traffic laws solely to raise revenue. Thus, no official or agency of a state or a county, city, town or other political subdivision may adopt a policy or engage in any activity that authorizes, promotes, or executes the enforcement of criminal, civil, or traffic laws for the purpose of raising revenue.”

Citing Ferguson as the primary driver behind this bill, Cleaver points out that this Missouri city’s second largest source of income is revenue generated by cops; cops who shake down otherwise completely innocent people for victimless crimes in an attempt to fill their coffers.

This move by a lawmaker is entirely atypical of the state, as decreasing the amount of money government takes in, is counterproductive to those on the receiving end of these funds. However, Cleaver apparently sees the overt reality of the American police state and is taking pro-active measures to stop it.

“It is a common practice of certain law enforcement officials of state and local municipalities to target communities solely for profit,” said Congressman Cleaver. “Americans of all stripes have faced this, but there can be no doubt that minorities and low-income residents have faced the brunt of this. Make no mistake, the Fair Justice Act is needed now more than ever, in order to finally put an end to criminal and traffic law enforcement activities motivated solely by raising revenue,” said Congressman Cleaver.

At the end of last year, the NYPD inadvertently showed the rest of the world that when cops stop shaking people down for victimless crimes, aka generating revenue, the world does not descend into chaos.

In fact, what it did illustrate was that people do not have to be extorted in order to be policed.

Regardless of party affiliation, the notion to stop harassing, kidnapping and locking people in cages for victimless crimes, is a benefit for all.

It is important to point out that such a bill is going to be incredibly difficult to write. It will stir up debate not only over seat belts, speeding, and window tint tickets, but also over the drug war, prostitution and other more controversial victimless crimes designed to prey on the less fortunate.

This bill is hopeful, not because it creates new laws, but because it gets rid of old ones. For too long, Americans have sat back in complacency and spouted out ridiculous idioms such as, “there oughta be a law against that,” without giving any thought to the lives these laws ruin.

Well, finally, we are moving in the right direction. For once, someone is saying, “you know what, there shouldn’t be a law against that, and I’m going to do something about it.”


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Half of the US Senate Just Committed Felonies, Could Face 3 Years in Prison

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Nick Bernabe | ANTIMEDIA

It’s time to arrest the Senate for their crimes. And no, I’m not joking.

Washington, D.C. — Congress has really outdone itself this time. On Monday, neoconservative Republicans in the Senate were apparently so eager to go to war with Iran that they broke a federal law known as the Logan Act in the process. The Logan Act has been around since 1799 and has remained mostly unchanged, created to keep rogue members of Congress from undermining foreign relations.

How did Senate Republicans violate the Logan Act? Well they did that by being war mongers. But more specifically, when 47 members of Congress signed onto a letter that was sent to Iranian officials in an attempt to undermine the peace deal with Iran, they clearly violated the act — and also all committed felonies. According to Cornell University, the act reads:

“Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.”

And the precedent has already been clearly set. In the case United States v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp. (1936), Justice Sutherland wrote in the majority opinion:

“The President alone has the power to speak or listen as a representative of the nation. He makes treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate; but he alone negotiates. Into the field of negotiation the Senate cannot intrude, and Congress itself is powerless to invade it.”

The Republicans, who so often talk of the Constitution almost as highly as they talk of their support for Israel, seem to have trampled over the document multiple times in as many weeks. You see, when they invited Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to speak to congress, they were also in violation of the Logan Act then too. John Boehner is mostly at fault for the Netanyahu fiasco, though, so he’s the only member of the House that should prosecuted for that.

However, 47 members of the US Senate — all Republicans — have clearly violated the Logan Act, and should be punished to the fullest extent of the law. Three years in prison for 47 members of our war mongering Congress? I would support that. The real question is: will enough Americans stand up and carry out the laws that are written plain as day in the Constitution, or will we simply sit back and expect the government to punish itself?

President Obama, who himself has shown little to no respect for the Constitution, seems to have no interest in prosecuting the war mongering 47, so that’s up to us to carry out. A petition to charge the Senators has already racked up over 40,000 signatures overnight (UPDATE: the petition has now surpassed 100,000 signatures, which means the White House will have to respond to it).

However, Citizen’s arrest seems to be a more effective plan of action than petitioning. These 47 men committed felonies and should be charged just as any one of us regular folks would be when we commit a crime. Who should we arrest first? John McCain or Lindsey Graham?


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Watch This Talented Artist Create Stunning Glass Sculptures Using Fibonacci Ratios

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Thomas Nelson | HigherPerspective

Jack Storms, an artist out of Los Angeles, creates absolutely stunning glass sculptures using the Fibonacci Ratio. More on that in a moment.

Jack was a student and a scholar growing up in New Hampshire, but he wouldn’t discovery his passion for art until quite a while later. Jack graduated with a BA in Art from Plymouth State University and set to work making these stunning glass sculptures. From the YouTube description:

The intense cold-glass process which can take up to 24 weeks for each contemporary glass sculpture to come to life begins at the heart of the design, by creating a core of lead crystal which is cut, polished and laminated creating reflective mirrors. When wrapped in optical glass, the refraction of light as it passes through the glass creates rainbows of hypnotic color. The drawn out process of repetitive cutting, grinding and polishing requires intense passion, rigid self discipline, and more blood sweat and tears than any artisan could wrap their mind around. The results, are mind boggling works of contemporary glass art.

Pretty neat, huh? For more on his sculptures, check out the video below:

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The Rundown Live #446 Open Lines (Fast Food,Health,GMO)

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Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

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    2. Do a search for Tune In Radio.
    3. Download the App to your smartphone or mobile device.
    4. Once the download is complete, open the App and type FPRN Radio in the search bar.
    5. Click Enter and begin listening.
    6. To save FPRN Radio in the presets, tap on the heart while listening to the stream.
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    Listen to your favorite shows on-demand on your PC, smartphone or mobile device when you subscribe to the FPRN Radio iTunes Podcast. Here's how:
    1. To subscribe with your computer, open iTunes, go to the iTunes Store & search for FPRN Radio and subscribe.
    2. To subscribe with your smartphone or mobile device, you will first need a podcasting app.
    3. We recommend Apple's Podcast App(free with the latest iOS), Downcast($1.99 for iOS) or OneCast(free for Android).
    4. Once downloaded, open the app & Browse or Search for FPRN Radio and Subscribe to the podcast.
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