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Vatican’s eco guru champions Occupy Wall Street thugs

Catholics need to demand that the Vatican sever this unholy partnership with UN population control advocates.

Keeping the Spirit of Occupy Wall Street Alive With Stickers and Street Art

During the Occupy Wall Street protest movement that began in 2011, Jan Wandrag, a self-described “non-straight street photographer,” began taking pictures thinking he would find source material for his typical style of reworking andShow More Summary

When income distorts equal justice under the law

Income inequality has become far more visible over the past few years, thanks in large part to the efforts of the Occupy Wall Street movement. It should be common knowledge by now that the rich have gotten richer and the poor have gotten...Show More Summary

Robinhood, an app backed by Snoop Dogg and Marc Andreessen that lets you buy and sell stocks without a fee, just raised $50 million

Inspired by the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement, Vladimir Tenev and Baiju Bhatt founded a no-fee trading app called Robinhood. They wanted to "democratize access to the financial markets." Robinhood launched in December as an iPhone and Apple Watch app. Show More Summary

Luigi Zingales Occupies Wall Street

May 6, 2015 Posted by Jay Livingston Just one of those coincidences. Yesterday, the Times had a story about the enormous sums that hedge funders took home last year. Last year, the hedge fund industry had returns of only 3 percent on average... Show More Summary

Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street Should Combine Movements But With New Strong Leaders

Of course black lives matter. And, yes -- community policing and police brutality is a major issue, especially in impoverished areas. But so is education an important issue in impoverished areas. The key word here is poverty -- which is the real issue -- income inequality. Show More Summary

Baltimore Riots Are Self-Defense Against 'Racist World' -Occupy Wall Street

The Baltimore riots over the death of Freddie Gray are not a civil unrest, but are demanding to deal in a systematic way with racism, Occupy Wall Street said via Twitter on Tuesday.

5 Examples of Our Government Treating BlackLivesMatter Movement Like a Terrorist Group

There's already an abundance of evidence. We learned in the wake of the Occupy Wall Street movement that the government’s use of its anti-terror apparatus at a local andfederal level was both routine and pervasive. Thus far, the means...Show More Summary

Did Subprime Mortgages Just Get Started Again?

In a rare instance when you might have seen think tankers of The Cato Institute hand and hand with Occupy Wall Street protestors, many of whom were homeless people just looking for a cause, members of the powerful coalition of the NAR...Show More Summary


Hillary's campaign logo has come in for quite a bit of criticism. The logo's designer, Michael Bierut, is a graphic design superstar. Maybe he knows what he is doing? Here's what he wrote a few years back on the Occupy Wall Street "communications arsenal": Consider, on the other hand, the genius of that simple #occupywallstreet hashtag. Show More Summary

DANIEL MITCHELL: More Statist Propaganda from the Taxpayer-Funded OECD. “How else would you descri…

DANIEL MITCHELL: More Statist Propaganda from the Taxpayer-Funded OECD. “How else would you describe a bureaucracy that consorts and cooperates with leftist groups like Occupy Wall Street and the AFL-CIO and routinely published propaganda...Show More Summary

Top 400 Americans got a huge income boost and low tax rates in 2012

The 400 highest-earning Americans had a really good year in 2012, with their incomes rising by an average of $2.1 million... a week. That's "time to Occupy Wall Street again" good, and rising incomes for the very wealthy isn't all. The...Show More Summary

Occupy Wall Street Didn’t Just Fizzle Out

Remember when a bunch of anarchists met in Zuccotti Park on September 17, 2011 to denounce Wall Street’s role in the perpetuation of global inequality and mass impoverishment? Remember when it became Occupy Wall Street, and then Occupy Everywhere Else? Remember when it, like, ended? Yeah, that. Show More Summary

'American Odyssey': Jake Robinson plays more than 'the Occupy Wall Street guy '

To tell a contemporary conspiracy theory story you need a savvy millenial voice to help raise the alarm. For NBC's new political military drama "American Odyssey" that voice belongs Harrison Walters -- played by "The Carrie Diaries" star Jake Robinson. Show More Summary

Experience The Occupy Wall Street Reality Tour For $30

When we think of Wall Street tourism, the first thing that typically comes to mind is that bronze bull statue, with balls rubbed smooth by the palms of thousands. [ more › ]

City Pays $25K To Occupy Protester Beaten Up By Police

An Occupy Wall Street protester who was accused of assaulting two NYPD officers with a metal pipe in 2012 has won a sizable settlement from the city. Alexander Penley, 44, sued for false arrest and imprisonment and is getting $25,001, plus $30,000 in attorneys fees. [ more › ]

Talib Kweli Thinks Marijuana Legalization Will Be Won Through An Unlikely Advocate

Talib Kweli has spent more than a decade as one of the most politically charged performers in hip-hop. Ferguson, Occupy Wall Street and several other milestone protest movements during that time have gotten direct support from Talib, not just in the form of lyrics but often through direct work with activists on the ground. Show More Summary

Income Inequality Facts

Since "Occupy Wall Street" and "the 99%" first became part of our everyday vocabulary in 2011 and 2012, you've probably seen a lot of facts and figures thrown around about the state of income inequality in the U.S., as well as the rest of the world. Show More Summary

Pol donates $30K from Occupy Wall Street arrest settlement

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

A city councilman who won a $30,000 settlement over his arrest at Occupy Wall Street announced he’ll donate the cash.

Councilman Awarded $30,000 In Settlement With NYC Over OWS Arrest

A City Councilmember who was roughed up and wrongfully arrested when police cleared the Occupy Wall Street camp in 2011 has been awarded a $30K settlement. [ more › ]

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