One of the world's richest men isn't ashamed to say he thinks democracy is a problem.
Occupy Wall Street protests
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What amazing alchemists Wall Street bankers are!
This was not a mere bureaucratic foul-up. It was a systematic effort to monitor leftwing activists who were simply exercising their First Amendment rights.
How local law enforcement and Homeland Security help Wall Street.
It wasn't Red Cross or Salvation Army volunteers stacking towels and preparing hot pasta dishes. It was local community members and Occupy Wall Street organizers.
The films captured both the medium and the message--a testament to the vitality of storytelling as a political tool, and panorama of a movement that is helping level social inequities with each new space it claims.
The corporate media is eager to administer last rites, but the movement is alive and kicking.
This is the city I love, the movement we need! And then a tank appears.
“The 99% Movement” has something for everyone, even the Left, but is it Occupy?
It was a strong step toward unity and justice.
These two frontal assaults on our rigged class system hold great promise.
The battle going on at the Walmart center in Mira Loma is an exemplary case of the chess match between capital and labor, as long as you realize labor is starting the game with virtually no pieces