Obama’s writings on the 99% vs. the 1% predate the Occupy movement.
by Joseph Ascanio •
I am sure you would have cringed in gross disbelief in staff writer Matthew Sheffield’s ridiculous and baseless assertion that yesterday’s bridge-bombing plot was actually connected to the Occupy Wall Street protests occurring in unison across the country and, more specifically, Cleveland..
by Raine Laurent •
A Paulbot (much like the mad hatters that comprise the tea party) cannot be repaired by logical argument or social science any more than a broken toaster can be restored with a carefully applied bandage.
by Marion •
Amongst a lot of the pragmatic variety of Progressives, there’s been a lot of discussion and a fair bit of worry about this protest and how it hopes to effect the changes it wants to see. I know this is supposed to be apolitical, but more than that, it seems to be almost anti-political, especially in the sentiments uttered by some of the protests, which seem to indicate that it simply isn’t worth voting.
by The Pardu •
Obviously, the protest caught million and the news media by surprise. Of course we know of the police violence during the second week of the protest and we saw 700 detained protesters over the weekend. The early surprises has evolved to larger numbers of protesters and degrees of increased organization are becoming obvious.