Detective Rick Lee, who became known as the Hipster Cop during the Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011, is taking his style with him into retirement.
A New York City police detective who became an internet sensation as the "Hipster Cop" for his fashionable wardrobe during the Occupy Wall Street protests is letting go of something … Click to Continue »
He is hanging up his skinny jeans after 25 years on the force, including memorable encounters during Occupy Wall Street.
There’s a lot we can learn from the Occupy Wall Street movement as we continue onward together. In 2011 I had the privilege of observing and documenting a group of parents and their kids who were involved with the Occupy Wall Street movement. Show More Summary
In late October 2011, I was volunteering at the Occupy Wall Street library in lower Manhattan. Tucked into a corner of Zuccotti Park, the library was staffed mainly by anarchists of an exceedingly orderly bent. If society were suddenly...Show More Summary
Abortion extremists are the new Luddites. Remember Ned Ludd from your grade-school history lessons? He was the Occupy Wall Street agitator of his time -- a phantom leader of early 19th-century British textile workers who vindictively smashed spinning jenny power looms to bits in a desperate bid to halt technological progress.
Ultrasound: The anti-science Left’s bugaboo by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Abortion extremists are the new Luddites. Remember Ned Ludd from your grade-school history lessons? He was the Occupy Wall Street agitator of his time — a phantom leader of early 19th-century British textile workers who vindictively smashed spinning jenny power looms to bits […]
Five years ago Goldman Sachs played the arch villain of the financial crash ? the very essence of a greedy, rapacious bank that profited while ripping off its own customers and the American people. As the vampire squid, it was the perfect...Show More Summary
FIREWORKS! The panel erupted today on the Steve Malzberg Show after The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft called #BlackLivesMatter and the... The post FIREWORKS! Panel Erupts When TGP’s Jim Hoft Calls #BLM and #Occupy Wall Street “TERRORISTS” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
It appears "Occupy Wall Street" is a thing again, and this time it's Donald Trump's fault. Anyone who was wondering if the general population has noticed the abnormal concentration of Wall Streeters in general, and Goldman Sachs alumni...Show More Summary
Cathy O’Neil calls herself a data skeptic. A former hedge fund analyst with a PhD in mathematics from Harvard University, the Occupy Wall Street activist left finance after witnessing the damage wrought by faulty math in the wake of the housing crash. In her latest book, “Weapons of Math Destruction,” O’Neil...
Presidents simply can't cancel federal contracts...period...but investors have lost a great deal of money the past few weeks incorrectly thinking that Donald Trump will be able to do so when he occupies the Oval Office. First, yes, Trump can be as bullying as he wants about the contract Boeing (NYSE: BA) [...]
“In the U.S., we’re citizens of our debt,” the collective, which grew out of the Occupy Wall Street movement, told me. “Almost everyone has some kind of debt. If artists don’t organize around it, [the debt] is going to gobble us up....
Five years ago, the "Occupy Wall Street" movement began when protesters settled into Zuccotti Park in New York City's Wall Street financial district. Their slogan was "We Are the 99%"--to indicate their protest against the economic inequality that allows too much wealth to be concentrated in the top 1% of society. Show More Summary
The new Syfy series Incorporated—from executive producers Ben Affleck and Matt Damon—could easily be subtitled Everything I Needed to Know About Capitalism I Learned From Occupy Wall Street. If the Bernie Sanders campaign was a weekly hour-long science fiction drama, it would be Incorporated. Show More Summary
Zucotti Park is beautiful in the holiday season. Delicate strings of white lights coat the trees where, just a few years ago, thousands of angry people stomped and plotted and harangued the world during the Occupy Wall Street encampment. Across the street to the east, the warm lights of the Brown Brothers Harriman… Read more...
Unicorn Riot is a media collective that formed in response to the lack of media coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Tar Sands Blockade; their news comes direct from the front lines of some of the most significant andShow More Summary
'Occupy Wall Street co-founder Micah White explains why political power will not be captured in street protests, but in the synthesis of social movements with political parties, and how the Left must ditch palliative progressivism and re-engage with the mechanisms of power on the local level if it hopes to become a revolutionary force. Show More Summary
The politics of dissent is back in the United States. Since 2011, the country has witnessed the resurgence of popular action — from Occupy Wall Street to Flood Wall Street to Black Lives Matter to Standing Rock. Since Nov. 8, many Americans have participated in protests and marches in nearly every major city in opposition to […]
In this new political era, how a popular movement offers a route to a new form of governance. The post Anarchy in the USA: The Legacy of Occupy Wall Street and What it can Teach Us in 2016 appeared first on The Good Men Project.