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Fiscal realities forced one-week residency on SPAC and NYCB

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Fiscal realities forced one-week residency on SPAC and NYCB The Jan. 3 letter, “SPAC must rethink decision to cut NYCB to one week,” presents a false picture of SPAC’s commitment to its mission and New York City Ballet’s [NYCB] residency. The letter claims that SPAC pushed NYCB off a “fiscal cliff.” This ignores the facts. The 2008 reduction in the ballet program from three weeks to two was a cost-saving measure initiated by NYCB. Let ...


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MMRMIKE68
January 11, 2013
8:21 a.m.

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TAKE ME BACK TO THE '50'S; PLEASE......................MIKE

Jeremysdouglas
January 11, 2013
10:11 a.m.

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I'm fine with Mr. Sator's scenario, provided he concurs that I keep my AR-15 because its existence is therefore inconsequential.

Lets keep our eye on the big picture. The initial letter had very little to do with personal firearms but was instead about a government and its leaders that are running amuck, and the American people that by and large are uninformed and allowing it to happen. I say again, wake up.

JLibertarian
January 11, 2013
12:18 p.m.

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Mr. Sator is forgetting one big thing. If no one has guns, the government won't need those weapons of mass destruction to round us up. Another thing that he is forgetting is I doubt the government would want to incur such destruction in the country just to take some people out who disagree with it. I will have more on this topic in the print version of The Gazette.

Fritzdawg
January 11, 2013
4:43 p.m.

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MMRMIKE68:
"TAKE ME BACK TO THE '50'S; PLEASE"

Same here. The top marginal tax rate was over 90%, yet American businesses prospered, and there was low unemployment.

Supporting a family didn't require both spouses to work full time either.

OK, so a TV set cost close to a month's salary, and it sucked if you weren't white, but it sure looks a great time on the black & white sitcom reruns.

gina99
January 14, 2013
9:08 p.m.

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John Newell- Obama's Labor Secretary is a big a nothing as all his other cabinet choices. No one can name any of them. When you have a weak Presidency the last thing you want is dynamic Cabinet officers.

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