Category Archive: Unions

Mar 10

Kentucky to Reinstate Slavery with Right to Work Laws

Kentucky to Reinstate Slavery with Right to Work Laws Progressive Pete Do you enjoy being paid to work? Would you like to not work seven days a week? If you are sick, do you want to be able to rest at home? Unfortunately, all of these benefits are now going away in Kentucky. The Bluegrass …

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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 30

No is Not an Option: You Must Join

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No is Not an Option: You Must Join By Courtney Mays Many college students every year decide to join a fraternity or sorority. Undergraduates join Greek life for a variety of reasons: some are looking for adventure, others are following their friends, and some simply feel a strong compulsion to wear t-shirts with giant Greek …

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Jan 07

Featured Article of the Week – Depleted and Desolate Detroit: What Happened?

Depleted and Desolate Detroit: What Happened? By Dee Dee Benkie Detroit started as a little fur trading post for New France many years ago. How appropriate is it now then that France is out of vogue and slowly dying economically under the weight of its socialist policies, and fur is no longer the hot commodity it …

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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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Dec 26

Depleted and Desolate Detroit: What Happened?

DeeDee Benkie

Depleted and Desolate Detroit: What Happened? By Dee Dee Benkie Detroit started as a little fur trading post for New France many years ago. How appropriate is it now then that France is out of vogue and slowly dying economically under the weight of its socialist policies, and fur is no longer the hot commodity it …

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