The Obama administration has not called these in, yet!
It seems that the Obama administration has attempted to stymie the political process in America and may have stolen an election using Chicago-style tactics in the IRS scandal!
Now it has called out armed guards in an attempt to silence and discredit Tea Party protestors who in the past have never exhibited any tendency towards either violence or crime!
As we approach the Memorial Day holiday that honors those who died in the service...Read Full Story
Watch these ‘Vines’ for Visuals of OWS at #MayDayNYCA taste of OWS May Day activities in Union Squarehttps://vine.co/v/bQmQLMwFewVSandy Survivors and Occupy Sandy leading a chanthttps://vine.co/v/bQm0wDV79O9The People’s Puppets march down Broadwayhttps://vine.co/v/bQKptAOKiigMay Day in the NewsMay Day Protests: Occupy Sandy's Fight to Restore New York is Still Going StrongOccupy Wall Street, Immigration Rights Activists Carry Messages To City HallMay Day Protests Hit Greece, Spain, Turkey...Read Full Story
Occupywallstreet NYC MAY DAY ACTIONS Picket Lines Midtown- Occupy Houston Mayday. Occupying Occupy Poetry In Support Of Spring And The Occupy – Occupy Houston Mayday. Occupy Austin Occupy Wall Street Blog Archive Occupy Wall – Occupy Houston Mayday. March Staging At Houston And Nd And LOTS Of Police OWS Mnyc Tco- Occupy Houston Mayday. Protesters Gather Near The Williamsburg Bridge In Brooklyn- Occupy Houston Mayday. Protesters From Brooklyn Cross The Williamsburg Bridge- Occupy Houston...Read Full Story
Two New York Police Department command officers will not be charged for videotaped incidents in which they appeared to use excessive force against Occupy Wall Street protesters. According to the New York Times, Erin M. Duggan of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office stated, “The district attorney’s office has concluded, after a thorough investigation, that we cannot prove these allegations criminally beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna was filmed dousing non...Read Full Story
Occupy Wall Street is an ongoing peaceful demonstration opposing what participants view as negative corporate influence over U.S. politics and a lack of legal repercussions over the global financial crisis. Though lacking in a central leader, the demonstrators have a clear goal: to begin a sustained occupation of Wall Street, the financial...more
Occupy Wall Street is an ongoing peaceful demonstration opposing what participants view as negative corporate influence over U.S. politics and a lack of legal repercussions over the global financial crisis. Though lacking in a central leader, the demonstrators have a clear goal: to begin a sustained occupation of Wall Street, the financial district of New York City. As of September 27 the Occupy Wall Street movement has spread across America, reaching cities as far west as Los Angeles, CA and Portland, OR.