Is Black Lives Matter destined to go the way of the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, and Million Man March movements -- a footnote in history? A recent poll showed voters are skeptical of Black Lives Matter and its policies. Many have questioned the lack of. Show More Summary
What's happening at the University of Missouri certainly cannot be good for enrollment numbers. The stories coming out of Mizzou just keep getting more bizarre as days go by. Occupy Wall Street people are flabbergasted at the level of crazy that people are witnessing. Show More Summary
Apparently the statute of limitation on when it’s okay for Hollywood to turn on its once celebrated and heralded fellow leftist travelers and call them terrorists is about four years.
Little common ground exists between the left wing and right wing these days. One exception found in the emergence of the tea party and Occupy Wall Street movements is a
A 2012 sting nabbed 5 Occupy Wall Street protesters, foiling their plot to blow up an Ohio Bridge. Two separate ISIS-inspired bomb plots have been disrupted in Queens, New York this year alone. So naturally, when CBS’ Limitless needed a terrorist organization to build and detonate a dirty bomb, they chose one of the left’s favorites: an anti-government “militia.”
Two Occupy Wall Street leftists were arrested after they killed the baby they conceived in a tent at Occupy Boston.... The post Two #Occupy Leftists Conceive Child in Tent – Beat Baby to Death and Leave Body on Beach appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
September 17 marks the fourth anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, which inspired a new generation of American dissidents and a global wave of protest against economic inequality. Stirred by the Arab Spring, the occupiers rallied an intergenerational,...Show More Summary
September 17th marks the 4th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. What began as the American manifestation of the Arab Spring was focused on economic inequality, Wall Street, big banks and government corruption. In Los Angeles, OccupyShow More Summary
WaPo's Fact Checker gives Walker 4 Pinocchios for whatever claim he made to inspiring the Occupy movement he made when he said: "The Occupy Movement didn’t start in Washington, didn’t start in Wall Street, it started in my capitol" and "The [budget] hearing would soon claim a more ignominious place in history — as the moment that gave birth to the ‘Occupy’ movement."
(Scott Johnson) The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Gay occupies what is at the least a narrow journalistic niche. He’s a humorist writing a sports column or vice versa. His most recent column — “The NFL begins: Is your TV big enough” — is a good example, in a question-and-answer format. Show More Summary
Occumom Stacey Hessler, who destroyed her family and her own life for the sake of moonbattery, has proven herself once again to be a loser: The Florida mom who ditched
WOMAN WHO ABANDONED HER CHILDREN TO JOIN OCCUPY WALL STREET SUES NYC FOR ALLEGED POLICE BRUTALITY: “‘Somebody grabbed me by my hair and dragged me.?.?. behind the police officers, said Stacey Hessler, 42, in Manhattan federal court,” the New York Post reports. “But city attorneys said in their opening statements that Hessler had blocked […]
The rise of Bernie Sanders has sometimes called a progression from the Occupy Wall Street movement which drew attention to the dangers of income inequality. Occupy.com recently looked at presidential candidates they consider Unfit To Lead. Their arguments against Hillary Clinton: As the junior U.S. Senator from New York, Hillary Clinton voted for not only [...]Show More Summary
Fellow Comrades, Socialists, Proles, and Occupy Wall Street allies, Merci beaucoup (that means thanks very much in French – always have to throw in a reminder of my favorite country)
Throughout American history, advocates for racial justice and economic justice have sometimes been at odds, but they've also found common ground. In recent weeks we've watched this tension play out in a surprising way, when Black Lives...Show More Summary
No politician has captured the spirit of Occupy like Bernie Sanders. Can he do the same with Black Lives Matter?
As the Black Lives Matter movement increases its profile, I am reminded of Occupy Wall Street. The Occupy Movement quickly swelled in size and garnered a lot of attention, then entered an awkward era where it couldn’t really think of what to do next. And beyond a retro, reminiscent-of-Woodstock destruction of some public parks, the […]
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore is a strong supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement, which protests the top “one percent” of richest Americans. At the same time, he is one of
Pope Francis’ call to action on climate change with his encyclical, Laudato Si’, has resulted in some strange and “radical” alliances. The Guardian (UK) reported on June 27 that the Vatican added pro Occupy Wall Street activist Naomi Klein to a growing list of activists for its upcoming environmental conference. Show More Summary