Category Archive: Big Government

Mar 21

Shopping Carts: The Scourge of Louisville

Shopping Carts: The Scourge of Louisville Progressive Pete The Louisville Metro Council deals with only the most pressing issues in Kentucky’s largest metropolis. Many might believe the biggest issue would be the heroin epidemic, traffic gridlock, or even affordable housing, but all of these issues pale in comparison to the most momentous of maladies, shopping …

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Mar 21

Bernie Sanders “Saves” College

Bernie Sanders “Saves” College Molly Roberts College tuition is too damn high! This is a fact that Republicans, Democrats, and Socialists agree on. Republican State Senator Dan Seum is currently trying to fix the problem by requiring all state colleges in Kentucky to have a four year freeze on tuition increases, which would require colleges …

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Mar 21

23rd Issue New Voice For Politics

23rd Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue Trump/Sanders Campaign: Populism Trumps Common Sense The majority is always right. The minority is always wrong. Shopping Carts: The Scourge of Louisville Metal monstrosities terrorize Louisville Bernie Sanders “Saves” College Bernie brings social justice to college   Trump/Sanders Campaign: Populism Trumps Common Sense Andrew Genesius …

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May 04

Zombies & Taxes: You Cannot Escape Them

Zombies & Taxes: You Cannot Escape Them Andrew Genesius Can you kill a zombie? Sure you can; it is easy. Step one, take a sharp or heavy blunt object and apply with force to the zombie’s cranium. If it is still moving, repeat step one until the zombie is no more. The problem with zombies …

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May 04

Animal Farm: Review of a Progressive Income Restaurant

Animal Farm: Review of a Progressive Income Restaurant Progressive Pete Animal Farm is not your typical earth-friendly vegan progressive restaurant where the carrots are humanely harvested in culturally sensitive ways. This Louisvillian restaurant in the Butchertown neighborhood is so much more. Animal Farm is a restaurant where the customers are forced to take up the …

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May 04

Louisville Socialists at the Free Market

Louisville Socialists at the Free Market Mary Sullivan On a warm sunny Saturday afternoon, the people of Louisville Kentucky gather to enjoy the Flea Off Market, a cornucopia of precious treasures just ripe for the picking. Amongst the food trucks, beer stands, and stalls selling cute clothes, precious looking jewelry, adorable puppies, and unusual art …

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May 04

21st Issue New Voice For Politics

21st Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue Zombies & Taxes: You Cannot Escape Them They will consume everything Animal Farm: Review of a Progressive Income Restaurant Dining from the food’s perspective; What do we owe? Louisville Socialists at the Free Market Spreading socialism in Louisville   Zombies & Taxes: You Cannot Escape …

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Mar 10

Same Old Song & Dance: Bush & Clinton

Same Old Song & Dance: Bush & Clinton Ally Silver Each summer, the same thing happens. The sun is in the air, the car windows are rolled down, and the radio is turned up as we drive down the road with our friends. Everything in the world seems to be wonderful when all of a …

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Mar 10

20th Issue New Voice For Politics

20th Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue Kentucky to Reinstate Slavery with Right to Work Laws Becoming a slave to the grind I Ain’t Got No Body Leasing one’s body from the government Same Old Song & Dance: Bush & Clinton One hit wonders keep releasing more albums   Kentucky to Reinstate …

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Jan 23

19th Issue New Voice For Politics

19th Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue Is Nickelback Right? Are We on the Edge of a Revolution? Can Nickelback foresee the future of Canada? Time to End Job Inequality We cannot have income equality until we have job equality. It is Impossible to Regulate Good Behavior It is possible for the …

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