The Keene State College Budget Crisis Evolution

by Steve MacDonald December 12, 2017

Keene State College has an ongoing crisis. Enrollment is down. They are running a deficit. In an article from this past September (in the KSC Equinox Student/Campus Newspaper) interim College President Dr. Melinda Treadwell said a lot of things, but this caught my eye. “[We need to be] getting students excited to see what a life at Keene […]

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Mizzou Cutting 400 More Jobs, Closing Residence Halls, As Enrollment Plummets

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2017

I’ve been following the demise of Mizzou for a while now. What we need to remember, what every college administration and faculty must understand, is that this happened because of protests started by a poop-swastika nobody ever actually saw. It is the result of a h**t storm of little monsters nurtured and validated by the […]

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Mizzou Must Cut Budget 8 – 12 % Layoffs Likely

by Steve MacDonald April 6, 2017

The University of Missouri has had an interesting couple of years. The hoax. The meltdown/protest and Melissa Click antics and termination. On Campus 1984esqu Social Justice Civil War. Declining enrollment followed. And here comes the ax. Leaders at the four University of Missouri System schools have less than a month to bring forward budget proposals that outline how […]

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Robert Murray Warned us Last Year About Jobs and Coal

by Steve MacDonald July 5, 2016
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Last year at the Practical Federalism Forum Murray Energy’s Robert Murray (video below), passionately warned us about a lot of things regarding coal, energy, America, and Obama. And some of these things are upon us. ( Murray Energy, the largest privately held coal company in the US, is warning workers of massive layoffs planned for September, […]

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Fight for 15 will Cost 500 Minimum Wage Workers at UC Berkeley Their Jobs

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2016
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Nothing proves the Right ‘right’ like Liberals getting ‘their way.’ The $15 minimum wage hike in California has sent financially troubled UC Berkeley into decision making mode, and “the people who clean buildings, who work in food services or health clinics,” says Todd Stenhouse, will be the ones without a job. According to the article UC Berkeley has […]

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Obamacare – distorting in the Lakes Region

by Skip March 30, 2016

“…by the Affordable Care Act“ Once again, the blame resides entirely with Democrats for these job losses that otherwise would not occur – not a single Republican in the US House or Senate voted to effectively nationalize the nation’s healthcare and healthcare insurance industries.  And as we go further into it, we see that costs […]

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O Bomb A Job

by Scott Morales November 9, 2012

Tick. Tick. Tick. Boom: Boing announces layoffs. Tick. Tick. Boom: Murray Energy announces layoffs. Tick. Boom: Energizer Holdings to lay off 1,500, close 3 plants, Boom: Companies plan massive layoffs as Obamacare becomes reality. Boom: Utah company blames Pres. Obama for 102 workers laid off. Boom:  Large corporations join small businesses in announcing mass cuts […]

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UNH may have to Layoff More Staff

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2011

Instead of looking for the opportunity to do more with less they blame the legislature for asking them to do what every small business-every family in the state–has already done for years. Cut back, and find new ways to get the job done.

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Lay Off Notice

by Steve MacDonald September 6, 2011

To compensate for these increases,our prices would have to increase by about 10%. But since we cannot increase our prices right now due to the dismal state of the economy, we will have to lay off sixty of our employees instead.

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