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Hazmat Suits to Break Up Occupations? How Mayors Feign Concern...
Mayors and police around the country have pretended public health is the reason for shutting down Occupy protests, but their actions belie their words.
Dismal Reports From Two U.S. Inequality Studies
The 1 percenters targeted by those leading the Wall Street occupation had a profitable run between 1979 and 2007. Their average after-tax income grew 275 percent in that period, while income for the 60 percent of the population in the middle of the e...
Will Occupy Wall Street Reach India?
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Joe Conason: How (and Why) to Co-opt Those Cops on Wall...
If teachers, bus drivers, firefighters, nurses and, yes, police officers show up to demand change—then this could be the beginning of something very, very big. - 2011/10/06
Robert Scheer: Too Big to Jail - Truthdig
Can we all agree that a $1 billion swindle represents a lot of money? So why isn't former Citigroup Chairman Robert Rubin breaking a sweat? - 2011/11/02
The #Occupy Poster That's Going Viral Right Now
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Paul Romer: Why the world needs charter cities
TED Talks How can a struggling country break out of poverty if it's trapped in a system of bad rules? Economist Paul Romer unveils a bold idea: "charter cities," city-scale administrative zones governed by a coalition of nations. (Could Guantánamo Ba...
Oakland turns to 1st general strike in 65 years — RT
A 10,000-strong rally has blocked the entrances to the Port of Oakland, which has had to shut down its operations for the day. The port will lose roughly $8 million per day if the "blockade" continues.
Are You In the 99% | Visual.ly
Who's in the 99%? Those who earn less than $355,000 a year, according to IRS tax returns from 2009, which provide some information on the top 5%, top