Category Archive: Female Perspective

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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Jan 23

It is Impossible to Regulate Good Behavior

It is Impossible to Regulate Good Behavior Mary Sullivan Every New Year’s Day, many people make resolutions to become healthy. They promise to huff and puff in gyms, stop clogging their lungs with tar, and to eat those horrible, yucky vegetables. For the first week or two, people try, hit the gym, and end up …

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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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Dec 08

You Cannot Afford to be Stupid

You Cannot Afford to be Stupid Mary Crawford Many people do not care about economics. They would rather watch paint dry then a report on the state of the economy. Sure business news channels will say people need to be informed about economic issues, but is ignorance of the inner workings of the economy really …

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Oct 23

Corporate Inversions: It is Time to Stop Blaming the Victim

Corporate Inversions: It is Time to Stop Blaming the Victim By Molly Roberts Almost all romantic relationships start off the same. There is mystery and intrigue as young hearts long for each other and worry if their advances will be returned by the other. Some relationships develop into mutually beneficial relationships where both partners benefit …

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Oct 23

Friends Don’t Let Friends Invade Other Countries

Friends Don’t Let Friends Invade Other Countries By Lesley Hopkins Everyone has a friend who is wildly optimistic; they will try anything and refuse to give in at the first sign of resistance. In many situations, such a trait is admirable, but not in all of them. For instance, in a casino, such a trait …

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Oct 23

17th Issue New Voice For Politics

17th Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue If You Build It, They Will Bike: The Mayor of Louisville’s Field of Dreams First bikes, next horses; the Mayor of Louisville’s waste of public resources. Corporate Inversions: It is Time to Stop Blaming the Victim  It is time to break the cycle of abuse. …

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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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Sep 17

16th Issue New Voice For Politics

16th Issue New Voice For Politics   In this Issue The Rise of the Libertarians Is it time to say hasta la vista to the two-party system If Only the Poor Could Hold Themselves Back  Say no to the marshmallow and success will follow Operation Whitesnake: The Next Iraq Invasion Going down the only road …

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Aug 12

15th Issue New Voice For Politics

15th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue Put Your Hands in the Air and Step Away From the Shampoo It is time to rinse the impurities out of the shampoo industry The Government is Going to Pump You Up  Government helping to raise unemployment and gas prices in Somerset Kentucky End Illegal Immigration …

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