Daily Archives: October 13, 2011

The Trouble With Taxes

I assume that the 53% “movement” is actually more of a mockery of the idea that 99% of people with lower incomes are a unified coalition. That 99% (or 1% dilettantes who claim to side with the 99%) OWS types … Continue reading

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Poll Twinkles

  Hot Air:   If you missed the Time poll today that the left is buzzing about, here you go. Fully 54 percent are at least somewhat favorably disposed to the protests on Wall Street versus just 27 percent who … Continue reading

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Why Occupy?

In Boston, San Francisco, Sacramento, Seattle and now New York City the Occupy Movement has run into conflicts with local authorities because of their insistence on squatting on selected pieces of property. They want to move in, set up tents … Continue reading

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OWS responds – It’s on like Donkey Kong!

OccupyWallStreet EMERGENCY CALL TO ACTION: Prevent the forcible closure of Occupy Wall Street! Tell Bloomberg: Don’t Foreclose the Occupation. Join us at 6AM FRIDAY for non-violent eviction defense. Please take a minute to read this, and please take action and … Continue reading

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Scrub-a-dub-dub, you’re still leaving, bub!

Protesters Sweep Up Before Being Swept Out As protest organizers and attorneys discussed whether to resist attempts to clear and clean the park they’ve occupied for nearly a month, participants in the Occupy Wall Street demonstration armed themselves with mops … Continue reading

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Like an airstrike

White House Dossier: The Obamas Subtly Begin to Play Racial Politics Are you a Republican? Are you a racist? Because if you ask the Obamas, the answer is that you just might be. Ever so subtly, the Obamas – yes, … Continue reading

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Sharing secrets

Women urge others to go public about abortions Harriett Hills Stinson, 85, a prominent member of the wealthy San Francisco family that founded Hills Bros. Coffee, says it took a push by GOP conservatives to cut funding for family planning … Continue reading

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