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Does Occupy Wall Street Need a Logo?

Some graphic designers have come up with various proposals, but one wonders whether the motley crew of anti-corporate urban campers would welcome such a commercial device.

Posted on Oct 9, 2011 READ MORE


The Bill O’Reilly of Canada Ambushes Chris Hedges

The Truthdig columnist defends the Occupy Wall Street movement against an irksome personality on Canadian television who makes friendly with comments like: “Listen, don’t take this the wrong way, but you sound like a left-wing nutbar.”

Posted on Oct 9, 2011 READ MORE



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Henry Giroux on Youth in a Culture of Hopelessness

In an interview with Al-Jazeera English, Truthout contributor and McMaster University professor Henry Giroux spoke about the social and economic forces that have turned young people into what he says is the most powerless, least represented and most disposable group in America, and discussed how youths of marginalized race and class might join the growing Occupy Wall Street movement. (more)

Posted on Oct 9, 2011 READ MORE



Wall Street Occupiers Make Gains

The Occupy Wall Street protests are making more than just a splash; LGBT activists join the Occupy Wall Street protests to assert their rights; meanwhile, a secret panel places Americans on a “kill list.” These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Oct 8, 2011 READ MORE



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There’s a New Newspaper on Wall Street

Some say the media has done a less-than-stellar job of reporting on the Occupy Wall Street protests these last few weeks, but the 99 percent found a way to circumvent that: They published and distributed their own newspaper Saturday, aptly named The Occupied Wall Street Journal. (more)

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Bull Cuts

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The 99 Percent Solution

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Occupy Wall Street Is United in Its Diversity

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist David Cay Johnston wrote Friday that the Occupy Wall Street protests are unlike any demonstrations he has seen in more than 40 years, and that the reasons the movement differs so much are the same reasons why it could succeed in sparking major change. (more)

Posted on Oct 8, 2011 READ MORE



Scott Tucker

Long Live the New American Revolution

The stitched-together movement that is overflowing from the Wall Street protest can have a huge impact if it holds firm against a malevolent corporatism and the political hucksters who dangle promises of “hope and change.”

Posted on Oct 8, 2011 READ MORE


‘Left, Right & Center’: Jobs, Taxes and the Occupation of Wall Street

The Labor Department announced that employers added 103,000 jobs in September, President Obama addressed the Occupy Wall Street movement and Sarah Palin and Chris Christie said they would not run. The LRC panel discusses this and more. (more)

Posted on Oct 7, 2011 READ MORE


Chris Hedges Shares His Thoughts on Occupy Wall Street

Chris Hedges took time on Thursday to speak with Alyona Minkovski from the Washington, D.C., bureau of Russian news network RT about his thoughts on the growing Occupy Wall Street movement.

Posted on Oct 7, 2011 READ MORE


Bernanke and Buffett Talk About Occupy Wall Street

Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke and multibillionaire Warren Buffett spoke to CNN Money about the Occupy Wall Street protests.

Posted on Oct 7, 2011 READ MORE



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Truthdigger of the Week: Jesse LaGreca

Occupy Wall Street protester Jesse LaGreca, our Truthdigger of the Week, responded to the provocative questions of a Fox News reporter with such clarity and fortitude in support of the movement that his message gained viral attention.

Posted on Oct 7, 2011 READ MORE



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The Week Politics Changed

American politics reached a pivot point this week. A new story line will now define how voters and the media see what’s going on.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE


Stopping the Insanity

Like most people living through this jarring age of economic turbulence and political dysfunction, you can probably recall a moment in the last few months when you thought to yourself that our lawmakers and corporate leaders are all crazy.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



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How (and Why) to Co-opt Those Cops on Wall Street

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.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



Apple.com

Steve Jobs vs. Wall Street ‘Greedheads, Famewhores and Powermongers’

In the last 24 hours, many have lauded Steve Jobs as a visionary, a genius, a fearless leader. Although all of those are certainly true, there are those who point out that he was also an unabashed capitalist and even kind of a jerk.

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Herman Cain to Protesters: ‘Blame Yourself!’

Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain condemned the Occupy Wall Street protests in an interview in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, saying it was nothing but a ploy to distract the public from the “failed policies of the Obama administration.”

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE


Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges on the 99 Percent

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges explain why the 99 percenters are “the best among us.” Plus: Occupy L.A., Obama’s “secure communities” and modern midwifery. Update: Full transcript.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



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Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges on the 99 Percent

This week on Truthdig Radio in collaboration with KPFK: Rep. Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges explain why the 99 percenters are “the best among us.” Plus: Occupy L.A., Obama’s “secure communities” and modern midwifery.

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Jason DeCrow

What Do They Want? Justice

How can anyone possessed of the faintest sense of social justice not thrill to the Occupy Wall Street movement now spreading throughout the country?

Posted on Oct 6, 2011 READ MORE



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NYT Columnist Answers to Bankers First

A New York Times financial columnist who specializes in covering Wall Street went to the Occupy Wall Street protest for the first time Saturday only after he said he received a call from “the chief executive of a major bank” who wanted to know whether the protests were “a big deal” or a potential “personal safety problem.”

Posted on Oct 5, 2011 READ MORE


American Government’s Indifference to Popular Protest

If political news doesn’t have to do with the presidential race and Barack Obama’s war with Congress, it’s not important.

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Wall Street Pizzeria

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New York’s Finest Are Neither Amused Nor Inspired

In the battle protesters are waging against U.S. corporations in lower Manhattan, appeals to NYPD officers’ sense of class solidarity have so far failed to shake them from their traditional role. (more)

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The Origin and Future of the Occupy Wall Street Movement

Salon reporter Justin Elliott sat down with Adbusters co-founder and editor-in-chief Kalle Lasn to talk about the formation of the Occupy Wall Street movement, which began in print with a poster published in Lasn’s “culture-jamming” magazine in mid-July. (more)

Posted on Oct 5, 2011 READ MORE


Policing the Prophets of Wall Street

The Occupy Wall Street protest grows daily, spreading to cities across the United States. The response by the New York Police Department has been brutal.

Posted on Oct 4, 2011 READ MORE


Signs of the Times

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We Are the 99 Percent

We Are the 99 Percent—And We’re Not Confused

Now that reporters are starting to check out the occupation near Wall Street (it took only three weeks), they have begun echoing the notion that protesters don’t know why they’re there. As Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities huffs in a pro-demonstration article, “Do these news analysts think it’s a coincidence ...” (more)

Posted on Oct 4, 2011 READ MORE



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Nominate Our Next Truthdigger of the Week

Who made your week by speaking truth to power, blowing the whistle or standing up to injustice? Let us know here.

Posted on Oct 4, 2011 READ MORE


Nowhere to Go

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Heroes’ Welcome

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Wall Street Protests

Who’s in charge? What are the protesters’ demands? How big is the movement? How can I get involved? Answers to these and other basic questions about the ongoing occupation of Wall Street are offered by The Nation magazine’s Nathan Schneider. (more)

Posted on Oct 3, 2011 READ MORE



Gertrude Stein’s Smoking Gun

Art exhibitions reveal the real Gertrude Stein; young American Jews are disagreeing with their parents’ views on Palestine; meanwhile, the battle over bin Laden postmortem photos continues. These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Oct 2, 2011 READ MORE


Tear Down This Wall

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Hundreds of ‘Occupy’ Protesters Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge

Top-ranked New York police commanders helped arrest more than 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters Saturday when demonstrators left the sidewalks during a march and tried to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the street, blocking traffic.

Posted on Oct 1, 2011 READ MORE


Occupy Wall Street

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Foggy Demands May Hurt Wall St. ‘Occupation’

Going into their third week on the streets, the protesters who make up Occupy Wall Street are gaining more and more attention from mainstream media. But with the new scrutiny rises an issue that the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times each touched on in features published this week: Protesters lack narrow, unifying demands.

Posted on Oct 1, 2011 READ MORE



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Truthdiggers of the Week: Occupy Wall Street

Thousands of protesters have crowded Wall Street for the last 12 days, decrying the effects of corporate greed on a functioning democracy. Those protesters, Occupy Wall Street, are our Truthdiggers of the Week.

Posted on Sep 30, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Louis Lanzano

The Best Among Us

Those on the streets around Wall Street are the physical embodiment of hope.

Posted on Sep 29, 2011 READ MORE


Michael Moore on Occupy Wall Street

Michael Moore dropped by “Democracy Now!” to talk about the Occupy Wall Street protests, what he says is just the beginning of a movement spreading across the nation.

Posted on Sep 28, 2011 READ MORE


Chris Hedges Occupies Wall Street

The Truthdig columnist sits in with protesters and says the power elite are “very, very frightened,” adding, “They do not want movements like this to grow.”

Posted on Sep 26, 2011 READ MORE



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Journalistic Objectivity Sours Wall Street Reporting

In an attempt “not to judge either side” involved in the anti-corporate demonstrations that have gone on near Wall Street since Sept. 17, New York Times reporter Brian Stelter used the word “battle” in a tweet to describe Saturday’s altercation between police and protesters, in which officers pepper-sprayed apparently peaceful demonstrators. (more)

Posted on Sep 25, 2011 READ MORE



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Police Respond With Aggression to Wall Street Protests

Protesters claim 80 arrests were made Saturday as the occupation of Wall Street by scores of mostly young demonstrators turned violent, with police corralling, wrestling and appearing to pepper-spray participants. (more)

Posted on Sep 25, 2011 READ MORE



The Breakdown of the European Union

The demise of the European Union has begun with riots; scholars afraid of repression are creating alternate Internets; meanwhile, the Occupy Wall Street protests are starting to get some traction with the mainstream. These discoveries and more after the jump.

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 READ MORE



AP / John Minchillo

99 Percenters Occupy Wall Street

If 2,000 tea party activists descended on Wall Street, you would probably have an equal number of reporters there covering them.

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 READ MORE


Author and Academic Comments on Wall Street Protests

Protesters continued to occupy Manhattan’s financial district Monday. “Democracy Now!” has footage of the demonstration and interviews with activists, including a conversation with distinguished anthropologist, author and protest-goer David Graeber. (more)

Posted on Sep 19, 2011 READ MORE


Anti-Corporate Protesters Demonstrate on Wall Street

Hundreds of people remained gathered in New York’s financial district Sunday as part of the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstration called for by Adbusters, Anonymous and other anti-corporate groups. (more)

Posted on Sep 18, 2011 READ MORE


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