Category Archive: Progressive Policies

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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Sep 08

I Know I Cheated On You, But I Still Want the Goodies You Promised

I Know I Cheated On You, but I Still Want the Goodies You Promised Andrew Genesius My friend is not a wise man. He is a sensual soul who often follows his heart, rather than his head. This has recently led him into a very compromising position when he broke his vow to be faithful. …

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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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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

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

Time to End Job Inequality

Time to End Job Inequality Progressive Pete Many people complain today about inequality in pay, but this is not the real problem. The true tragedy is an inequality of jobs. For too long, only certain people have been allowed to do certain jobs. Who cares about people receiving the same pay in a single profession, …

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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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Oct 23

If You Build It, They Will Bike: The Mayor of Louisville’s Field of Dreams

If You Build It, They Will Bike: The Mayor of Louisville’s Field of Dreams By Andrew Genesius The Mayor of Louisville is haunted by a dream. He has a vision of a Louisville where the ringing of bells has replaced the honking of car horns as thousands upon thousands of bicycles roll through the streets. …

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