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Re: “Last Employee Leaves KHSU

None of KHSU's embattled employees need to take this "shit".

Despite the proximity of "higher education" few seem to know, (and those who know, ignore), that each of the terminated employees share comparative due-process employment rights with all state employees on campus, for example, the right to "retreat" to other positions on campus.

No auxiliary campus employees can legally be classified as "at-will".

Fight back, (if you desire a REAL education).

See: California Education Code section 89900(c) governing auxiliary campus employment laws. (Second floor, Humboldt County Courthouse Law Library).

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Posted by Anon. on 04/14/2019 at 3:31 PM

Re: “Reed Steps Down at KHSU

Despite the proximity of "higher education" few seem to know, (and those who know, ignore), that each of the terminated employees share comparative due-process employment rights with all state employees on campus, for example, the right to "retreat" to other positions on campus.

No auxiliary campus employees can legally be classified as "at-will".

Fight back, (if you desire a REAL education).

See: California Education Code section 89900(c) governing auxiliary campus employment laws. (Second floor, Humboldt County Courthouse Law Library).

6 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Anon. on 04/12/2019 at 12:48 PM

Re: “Sad Days in the First District

Sadder-yet...

....There's little community concern, nor media coverage, over supervisor races having only one, or two contenders and the curious failure of our county elections office to report the actual number of potential voters who never vote, instead of continuing to merely report turnout of registered voters.

Downplaying a catastrophe in participatory democracy is a diservice to all.

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Posted by Anon. on 04/11/2019 at 2:09 PM

Re: “Artists without Galleries

Thank you for documenting another inch down America's dystopian path.

HSU placed its financial bet to increase enrollment during the 1980's and 90's lobbying and winning hundreds of millions of public dollars for remodeled sports, leisure and entertainment activities, venues, sprawling bureaucracies and costly maintenance serving the sensibilities of both highly paid campus executives and privileged-class students by providing celebrity entertainers, ski trips to Bend, locked-gate housing and library lattes.

Unfortunately, ongoing fallout from our community's other greedheads, (participating in the 2008 housing fraud and collapse), has left HSU with mostly working class students forced to subsidize the fully-funded HSU resort while facing unprecedented academic divestments, crowded classrooms, early-retired professors, decades of oppressive student debt and homelessness.

The fact that students are not outraged can be attributed to an effective public education system cleansed of class-consciousness, indoctrinated in the pseudo-virtues of conformity, positive thinking and obedience, fully prepared to acquiesce to the larger gas, oil, finance and military junta ruling America to ensure that a "Green Economy" never sees the light of day.

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Posted by Anon. on 04/11/2019 at 1:44 PM

Re: “'Incorrect Information'

There's not much left to remain a comfortable "moderate democrat"!

18 years of expanding oil wars, millions of oil-war and climate change refugees, with millions more predicted by scientists...

The gas, oil, finance, military junta governing America rely on the participation and apologists in every city.

Show some outrage with relentless public demands for individual and institutional divestment from this tyranny that's holding back full-employment in a Green Economy.

Posted by Anon. on 04/05/2019 at 12:15 PM

Re: “'Truly Unconscionable'

"(Women seeking abortion) become unmindful of the course marked out for her by Providence, she yields to the pleasures - but shrinks from the pains and responsibilities of maternity; and, destitute of all delicacy and refinement, resigns herself, body and soul, into the hands of unscrupulous and wicked men. Let not the husband of such a woman flatter himself that he possesses her affection. Nor can she in turn ever merit even the respect of a virtuous husband. She sinks into old age like a withered tree, stripped of its foliage; with the stain of blood upon her soul, she dies without the hand of affection to sooth her pillow."

(The American Medical Association, "Report of the Committee on Criminal Abortion", 1871, 241).

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Posted by Anon. on 04/04/2019 at 2:13 PM

Re: “'A Resource Colony'

If Eureka can increase participation through its new "true ward system" sending every right-wing candidate packing, Humboldt County can do the same through "ranked-choice" voting.

Posted by Anon. on 04/04/2019 at 2:02 PM

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