Monthly Archives: December 2011

The First Occupy

75 Years Ago Today, the First Occupy …a note from Michael Moore Friday, December 30th, 2011 Friends, On this day, December 30th, in 1936 — 75 years ago today — hundreds of workers at the General Motors factories in Flint, … Continue reading

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Occupy Wake-Up Call Caps Remarkable Year

Jane Slaughter |  December 30, 2011 Photo: David Sachs/SEIU. It’s been an exhilarating year. Crowds of people finally moved into resistance after decades of misrule. The year began with Egypt, moved quickly to the snowy streets of Wisconsin, and re-erupted in … Continue reading

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Evidence Obama hasn’t signed on NDAA yet to this date. Tsuyoshi for Occupy Los Angeles Times

tsuyoshi o Dec 28 (1 day ago) to Occupied Evidence Obama hasn’t signed on NDAA yet to this date. http://obrag.org/?p=51825&cpage=1 http://occupylosangeles.org/?q=node/2828 (UPDATE—Paragrapgh 6, last sentence: It has been released that Obama WILL, in fact, NOT veto the NDAA 2012) The National … Continue reading

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Occupy the Caucus Is Ready to Go in Iowa

December 27, 2011, 4:15 PM     New York Times By STEVEN YACCINO Jim Wilson/The New York TimesOccupy the Caucus supporters planning strategy for their actions during the caucuses. DES MOINES — As the Republican presidential candidates make their final pleas to … Continue reading

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Crazy, Sexy Revolution – What the Occupy Movement Should Focus On by Carla Binion for OccupyLosAngelesNews.org

Crazy, Sexy Revolution – What the Occupy Movement Should Focus On by Carla Binion for OccupyLosAngelesNews.org ____________ This is a Kurt Vonnegut poem, “Requiem,” from his book A Man Without A Country: The crucified planet Earth, should it find a … Continue reading

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ZUCCOTTI 101

by Andrew Marantz The New Yorker On October 2nd, a few weeks after Occupy Wall Street began, Colin Robinson, a British man with a head of loose gray curls, fished a Natural Light beer case out of a trash can in … Continue reading

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The corporations that occupy Congress

18 Dec 2011 21:24 Source: Reuters // Reuters (The author is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. Repeating to a wider audience) By David Cay Johnston Dec 16 (Reuters) – Some of the biggest companies in the … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street becomes highly collectible

Occupy Wall Street becomes highly collectible CRISTIAN SALAZAR From Associated Press December 24, 2011 11:16 AM EST NEW YORK (AP) — Occupy Wall Street may still be working to shake the notion it represents a passing outburst of rage, but … Continue reading

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Signs May Be Allowed Into Public Atrium Used by Protesters

December 22, 2011, 1:48 PM By COLIN MOYNIHAN – New York Times The rules at 60 Wall Street.   A lawyer for Deutsche Bank, the landlord of a public atrium in the Financial District that Occupy Wall Street organizers were using to … Continue reading

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Occupy Atlanta Inspires A New Flock Of Protesters Through New Focus

GALLERY BY JEREMY HELTON ON DECEMBER 22, 2011 via ‘Turnstyle’Iraq War veteran Bridgitte Walker in front of a foreclosed home in Riverdale, GA. Photo: Jeremy Helton/Turnstyle News   Update 12.22.2011: The recently reported story of a looming foreclosure on the home … Continue reading

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