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Congressional Dems propose taxpayer-funded private pension bailout

Congressional Democrats want a federal bailout of private sector pensions. An expert thinks that states like Michigan, New Hampshire and Illinois, with a combined hundreds of billions of dollars in public pension debt, would try to be next in line, … Continue reading

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Four city labor contracts up for vote tonight in Manchester

MANCHESTER — Aldermen will consider final approval of four labor contracts tonight, with Mayor Ted Gatsas questioning how they will be funded, while a key alderman praised one for putting a crack in the long-criticized Yager-Decker pay scale. The contracts … Continue reading

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The Restriction of Teachers and Discussing Unions

Rich displayed his discontent over the teachers’ inability to do what they need to do in the classroom, as discussed in a previous discussion with Katie Howe.  He tackled testing, reminding the listeners about Kelley Tambouris’ past involvement on the show, and took a call … Continue reading

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Labor Union Blames Goats for Taking Their Jobs

A Michigan labor union is less than happy with a group of hungry goats they claim are taking jobs from unemployed union members at Western Michigan University. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, a 400-member strong union, … Continue reading

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Union Greed in the Queen City

Rich starts off the discussion with the new negotiations for the Firefighters contract in Manchester. He discussed all of the different benefits that come along with being a firefighter in the Queen City, including the Cost of Living Adjustment and … Continue reading

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Making Collective Bargaining Negotiations Public

Salaries and benefits are the biggest expenses in public education. They are also the biggest drivers for the continually increasing costs of running our schools with fewer and fewer students. In my school district, salaries and assorted benefits will cost … Continue reading

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Teachers Union Emails Spam New Hampshire Legislators

Teacher’s Union moves to protect its education cartel. The NH chapter of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is promoting a robo-petition intended to dissuade NH legislators from helping children get the education that is the right fit for them. … Continue reading

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