Here is perhaps the least analytical paragraph in what is mostly an analytical piece by Gideon Lewis-Kraus (NYT). It is however the paragraph easiest to excerpt: Joseph Stiglitz is a short, oracular man with gray hair and gray stubble trimmed to equal length, which gives his head the round softness of a late-stage dandelion. Show More Summary
TRUMP TWEETS, “Bernie Sanders endorsing Crooked Hillary Clinton is like Occupy Wall Street endorsing Goldman Sachs.” But isn’t that exactly who Occupy endorsed? At no point in 2012 did the leftwing movement call for the ouster of President Goldman Sachs while protesting and pooping on police cars.
Via Rachel Marsden: Remember the Occupy Wall Street movement? The 2011-2012 protests sought to bring Arab Spring-type “revolutions” to the United States through a combination of urban camping and complaining
Congressional Black Caucus members are coordinating a "day of action on the floor in regards to gun violence." That's Democrat code for Occupy Wall Street House of Representatives. The post Congressional Black Caucus Schemes to Occupy the People’s House appeared first on RedState.
Here's the draft of the Democratic Party platform. It is dramatically more progressive than the 2012 version. The nation's political center of gravity has changed. Thanks to grassroots movements like Occupy Wall Street, the Fight for...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party. While Occupy Wall Street changed the conversation in 2011 and Bernie Sanders turned the conversation in 2016, neither “movement” made it to the pinnacle. Bernie Sanders won the souls of most of the younger people, and the hearts (if not votes) of many Hillary Clinton supporters. Show More Summary
A progressive activist group with roots in the Occupy Wall Street movement accused John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight of copying their work, then misrepresenting it as part of Oliver’s $15 million debt-forgiveness giveaway on Sunday. “On this episode, John Oliver advocates for vague...
Translator's note: Since the end of March France has been roiled by protests over the Socialist government's proposals to loosen France's famously rigid labor laws. The Nuit Debout movement, modeled on Occupy Wall Street and anti-austerity movements in Spain and elsewhere, began with nightly assemblies in the Place de la République in Paris. Show More Summary
How Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street can transform the Ivory Tower. Much of our future is reliably unpredictable, and what more so than the moments when mass movements suddenly break out and sweep across our world? Who expected,...Show More Summary
It’s a well established fact that Bernie Sanders is the preferred candidate of the Occupy Wall Street movement so it’s... The post It Begins… Angry Bernie Sanders Supporters Plan To Occupy the DNC (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Legal Tender Finds Art at the Intersection of Love and Money by Jen Graves S omewhere embedded within the 500 pages of Debt: The First 5,000 Years, David Graeber—a leading thinker behind Occupy Wall Street—almost proposes that debt is good. Show More Summary
The revolution will be live streamed. It’s already happening. Since Occupy Wall Street several years ago, protestors and activists have taken their message online in an effort to document political and economic corruption. And there is no turning back. Show More Summary
Before there was Occupy Wall Street or Nuit Debout, there was Paris, 1968. In a revolutionary year—think the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, the Tet Offensive in Vietnam, Bobby Kennedy's assassination—May was a particularly revolutionary month. Show More Summary
In 1966, Newsweek published a landmark cover story, “The Teen-Agers: A Newsweek Survey of What They’re Really Like,” investigating everything from politics and pop culture to teens' views on their parents, their future and the world....Show More Summary
"People can't ignore my book," says Dr. Micah White, PhD. Well, people can, but once they've read the award-winning activist's innovative call-to-arms The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution, they won't want to. Part manifesto, part memoir, and part history of activism, The End of Protest is a radical document in every sense of the word. Show More Summary
NEVER LET IT BE SAID THAT BERNIE SANDERS DOESN’T TAKE RECYCLING SERIOUSLY! Bernie: Create a Tea Party off the Left Within the Democratic Party Now. Well, other than Occupy Wall Street, and their predecessors, including, as Glenn noted in 2011, “the Coffee Party, the Brownbaggers, The Other 95%, A New Way Forward, [and] the One […]
Four and half years ago, watching the Occupy Wall Street movement take off, Bernie Sanders hailed the "extremely important" work activists were doing in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park and across the country. "We have got to continue to focus on the greed of Wall Street, and we've got to bring about real...
A middle-aged book collector in Mali helped keep the fabled city’s libraries, books and manuscripts safe from occupying jihadists (Joshua Hammer, 'The Librarian Who Saved Timbuktu’s Cultural Treasures From al Qaeda', Wall Street Journal 25th April, 2016)
UC Davis California appears to have paid a lot of money to censor Google search results in order to protect its public image. The maneuver came after video went viral of a group of young Occupy Wall Street protesters being pepper sprayed by police. Show More Summary
In a break from the more traditional post-debate analysis routine, the Fox News Channel chose to award the cast of The Five its sole post-Democratic debate hour on Thursday and, of course, it featured humorous quips from co-host Greg Gutfeld. Show More Summary