Category Archives: Occupy Wall Street

Meet with your mayors, OWSers

The Occupy movement has now gone on for more than two months — a remarkable feat that’s been helped in part by mercifully un-horrible weather, and that’s survived ugly police interventions in several places. But the movement needs an endgame.

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The casual pepper spray cop as art object

You knew this had to happen.

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(Video) Why did police pepper spray peaceful UC Davis students?

If you haven’t seen this video, you should: And now, the story…

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Lobbyists hatched million-dollar bank plan to crush the Occupy movement

Chris Hayes broke the story on his show this morning that a DC lobbying firm came up with a genius plan to protect Wall Street from the growing Occupy movement.

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Inside Occupy Wall Street’s Thursday ‘takeover’

This video taken by an OWS insider shows what happened at around 11 a.m. this morning as Occupy Wall Street protesters marched onto Wall Street proper:

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The injuring of an Iraq vet at Occupy Oakland changes everything

I had a conversation yesterday with a fellow news person, in which we discussed what could truly change the “Occupy” movement from an interesting mass protest into a movement. In a word: violence.

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Remainders: no he Cain’t? Plus, the origins of OWS, and poll-watching

This … is … cringeworthy… But wait, there’s more!

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The #OWS effect: Eric Cantor ‘cares’ about income inequality

You need no further proof that the Occupy Wall Street protests — now a global movement of the 99 percent — has struck a nerve, than this: Eric Cantor on Friday plans to give a speech on income inequality.

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#OccupyAmerica isn’t going away

And police and other authorities had better figure out a way to deal with it. My fellow members of the media (including myself) too…

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Question time: #OccupyWallStreet is spreading … so what does that mean?

Despite some missteps, the Occupy movement isn’t slowing down. It’s getting bigger.

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