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1 hr ago | The Beaumont Enterprise
Just in time for the holidays, St. Louis publisher Really Big Coloring Books Inc. is offering a coloring and activity book featuring the Texas tea party darling.The cover features the beaming senator pointing at a flourishing tea plant whose stalks are stenciled with "Ten Commandments" and "U.S. Constitution."
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6 hrs ago | National Journal
Or at least nearly everybody. Time 's newly minted Person of the Year is viewed favorably by 92 percent of American Catholics, according to a new ABC/ Washington Post poll .
The day after President Obama described inequality as the "defining challenge of our times," fast-food workers walked off the job in 100 cities across the country, demanding to be paid $15 an hour and the right to unionize without employer interference.
Boston-based journalist and curmudgeon candidate for Massachusetts governor Chris Faraone spent the first few months of last year hopping between radio and press appearances to argue with dipshits and promote his book on the Occupy Wall Street movement, 99 Nights with the 99 Percent.
Recently, the group organized a flash mob in McDonald's to support nationwide fast-food strikes.
An ironic protester holds a sign aloft at an Occupy Wall Street 'Jail the Banksters' demonstration.
Florida Rep. Alan Grayson has many times said that Wall Street greed is what's wrong with America, and he supports "Occupy Wall Street."
Are the Occupy Wall Street protests, constant bank fee increases, and questionable lending and foreclosure practices fading into a distant memory for bank customers? Five years after the financial crisis crippled the American economy, a new survey suggests that consumers are starting to feel better about service at their banks.
The raft of stories over the last week, the latest being today's piece in Business Insider, about Democratic Party infighting has nicely illustrated something conservatives have known for a while.
JPMorgan Chase's recent activity on Twitter provides an example of the need for financial institutions to use caution when using social media.
Organized labor advocates targeted fast food restaurants across America on Thursday, calling for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Occupy Wall Street protesters gather in New York in September to protest what they call economic inequity in the U.S. A claim by an offshoot group gets scrutiny in today's PolitiFact Oregon roundup.
Lots of controversy already over New York City Mayor Elect Bill de Blasio's choice of Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton.