Category Archive: Fairness

Dec 08

18th Issue New Voice For Politics

18th Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue A Living Tax A Living Wage is useless without a Living Tax. You Cannot Afford to Be Stupid Those who do not pay attention end up paying more money.   A Living Tax Andrew Genesius Most people do not have a problem with their employers …

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Sep 17

If Only the Poor Could Hold Themselves Back

If Only the Poor Could Hold Themselves Back By Olivia Petrol The United States is the land of opportunity. Throughout its history, great men and women who started out with nothing have achieved great things: including, Andrew Carnegie, Ralph Lauren, Oprah Winfrey, Ursula Burns, and John Rockefeller to name a few. These people left their …

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Jul 14

14th Issue New Voice For Politics

14th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue There Should Be a Law Against That! Should laws prevent people from acting like idiots? We Are All Going to Die and This Time I Mean It  Experts predict we are all going to die again. My Employer Needs to Pay for My Bikram Yoga It …

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Jul 14

My Employer Needs to Pay for My Bikram Yoga

My Employer Needs to Pay for My Bikram Yoga by Progressive Pete My job is very stressful and has taken quite a toll on me. All day long, I have to jump around to help coworkers, turn in reports, and try to serve customers that are very angry and not appreciative of my hard work. …

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Apr 04

11th Issue New Voice For Politics

11th Issue – New Voice For Politics   In this Issue When the Children Cry, the Government Must Answer Only the government can solve this crisis and save the day Government Gun Control Why it is necessary to take weapons away from those who cannot handle the responsibility Why are Young People Not Involved in …

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Apr 04

When the Children Cry, the Government Must Answer

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When the Children Cry, the Government Must Answer   Lesley Stiegle   Every year as summer heats up, the same human rights issue comes to the forefront. During the sweltering summers, countless children have to do without. They are forced to endure the heat without the most crucial of necessities. Only the most cruel and …

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Mar 06

Share the Love

Share the Love   By Claude de Vane   Once again, we have celebrated Valentine’s Day, a holiday where we show how we care for the one we love. This year, while out with my lovely wife at a romantic Italian restaurant, I will admit that even I was caught up by the romance in …

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Mar 06

If Only Companies Did Not Make So Much Money, Wouldn’t that be Swell?

If Only Companies Did Not Make So Much Money, Wouldn’t that be Swell?   By Daniel Meredith   Can a corporation make too much money? Recently, a person claimed that a company should not be allowed to open up in their state, because the corporation makes too much money. This statement is not unique to …

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Jan 14

Featured Article of the Week – $15 per Hour Protestors Do Not Care About the Poor

$15 per Hour Protestors Do Not Care About the Poor By Progressive Pete Some people believe that the minimum wage is too low and should be raised to $15 per hour. At such a rate, a person working at McDonald’s would earn over $30,000 per year. Many believe that this humane “living wage” should be …

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Dec 26

8th Issue New Voice For Politics

8th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue Depleted and Desolate Detroit: What Happened? How a once great city became a great big mess. A warning to other cities. Progressives’ New Year Resolution: To Increase Revenue How Progressive treatment for an unbalanced budget can be worse than the disease. $15 per Hour Protestors Do …

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