Category Archive: Moral Superiority

Sep 08

The Confederate Flag, Gay Marriage, & Christianity Need to be Banned

The Confederate Flag, Gay Marriage, & Christianity Need to be Banned Demetreus Johnson As a gay black man, my life has been full of ups and downs lately. The political events of this past year have put me on a roller coaster of emotions, and my head is still spinning. There was the sudden realization …

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Sep 08

22nd Issue New Voice For Politics

22nd New Voice For Politics   In this Issue I Know I Cheated On You, But I Still Want the Goodies You Promised Greece wants to have their cake and the EU’s cake too The Confederate Flag, Gay Marriage, and Christianity Need to be Banned All offensive things need to go The Gateway Drug to …

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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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Mar 10

I Ain’t Got No Body

I Ain’t Got No Body David Roth Who owns your body? It sounds like a simple enough question, and most people believe they own their own body and can do what they would like with it, but they are mistaken. In most countries, the government controls what a person can and cannot do with their …

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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

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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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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Jun 04

13th Issue New Voice For Politics

13th Issue New Voice For Politics In this Issue A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Politics Go Down If you want people to listen to you, do not be a jerk If You Don’t Like It, Don’t Buy It: Little Girls’ T-Shirts Don’t Fit Everyone  T-Shirts will not turn your children into monsters Making the …

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