Monthly Archives: May 2013

Why are Homeowners Being Jailed for Demanding Wall Street Prosecutions?

Activists put up tents during a protest outside the US Justice Department in Washington, D.C. (photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) By John Knefel, Rolling Stone 24 May 13   Bankers go free while cops tase peaceful protesters and the Department of … Continue reading

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“March Against Monsanto” – Over 1000 Marchers Take to Los Angeles Streets Protesting Genetically Modified Foods Manufacturer, Monsanto

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[LOS ANGELES] More than 1000 people marched downtown Los Angeles California today protesting Monsanto, a multinational agricultural biotechnology firm that genetically modifies foods (GMO). “March Against Monsanto,” as the protest was named, began at Pershing Square and wound its way … Continue reading

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Tuition Protesters Are Still in Top Office at Cooper Union

Bryan Thomas for The New York Times Students occupying the president’s office held an online chat on Wednesday with incoming freshmen. As embattled encampments go, the president’s office at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Artis not exactly … Continue reading

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The Truth Party 2013 West Coast Tour rolled into Venice Beach California this week riding skateboards and seeking truth. Truth: IRS Statute IRC 501(c)(4) organizations should operate exclusively for the promotion of social welfare

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By Mitch Ward for Occupy Los Angeles News  http://www.occupylosangelesnews.org The Truth Party 2013 West Coast Tour began in May of this year and has traveled through many western cities of the United States according to the tour’s facebook page. The … Continue reading

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Think the IRS Was Bad? Try the Spying on Occupy Activists

By Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive 21 May 13   ith all the hullabaloo over the IRS’s special scrutiny of Tea Party groups, a far worse case of political meddling and governmental overreach has been going on: The spying on leftwing … Continue reading

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The 1 Percent Are Only Half the Problem

By TIMOTHY NOAH The Great Divide is a series about inequality. Most recent discussion about economic inequality in the United States has focused on the top 1 percent of the nation’s income distribution, a group whose incomes average $1 million (with a … Continue reading

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