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  1. Mainstream Media Ignore Day Four of DNC ProtestsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Breitbart.com

    ... between two groups of protesters. On one hand, the group Democracy Spring - which grew out of the Occupy Wall Street movement - wanted to maintain a peaceful protest, largely involving a citizens arrest. On the other hand, more angry socialist and ...


  2. Ap Fact Check: Misfires in Hillary Clinton's speechRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Gillette News-Record

    ... of California at Berkeley economist whose research on the wealthiest 1 percent helped spark the Occupy Wall Street protests, income gains have been more widely shared in recent years. CLINTON: "In Atlantic City, 60 miles from here, you'll find ...


  3. Is Black Lives Matter blowing it?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | GantDaily.com

    ... steelworkers in the 19th century, gay activists blindsided by the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, and Occupy Wall Street demonstrators in 2011. These movements initially captured the public's imagination, then their existence was threatened by something ...


  4. Sanders may have endorsed Hillary, his supporters may notRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    ... in the United States: The Tea Party, a conservative ginger group within the Republican Party, and Occupy Wall Street, a quasi Socialist wail against inequality. Trump is the Tea Party candidate. He has leapt over precisely 16 candidates before being ...


  5. Zealotry At The Expense Of UnityRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Jewish Press

    ... pulling us farther and farther apart from one another. Black Lives Matter. Angry police unions. KKK. Occupy Wall Street. ISIS. Hamas. The tenor of our debate is fierce and violent. We are pulled to extremes. "Are you with us or against us?" And ...


  6. Fact check: Misfires in Hillary Clinton's speechRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... of California at Berkeley economist whose research on the wealthiest 1 percent helped spark the Occupy Wall Street protests, income gains have been more widely shared in recent years. The top 1 percent captured 52 percent of the growth in incomes ...


  7. Your View: Wikileaks dump of DNC emails shows Democrats will stop at nothing to winRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... Democrat Party now appears to be a party comprising Black Lives Matter, The New Black Panther Party, the Occupy Wall Street crowd, the Planned Parenthood “baby parts” dismemberment group, Sharia Muslims, Marxists, Socialists and of ...


  8. Checking the facts from Hillary Clinton's speechRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | CBC News

    ... of California at Berkeley economist whose research on the wealthiest one per cent helped spark the Occupy Wall Street protests, income gains have been more widely shared in recent years. The top one per cent captured 52 per cent of the growth in ...


  9. 'This election's important to me': Grumbling about protesters at Dem conventionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | CFRA

    ... direct-democracy protests and the Sanders campaign. It compiled data from 150 Twitter feeds behind the Occupy Wall Street protests a few years ago and found a spike in mainstream political chatter this year. Those accounts were almost 12 times more ...


  10. Hillary Clintona s mixed messagesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Black Lives Matter, Black Panthers, Occupy Wall Street, Socialists, Communists, those who want to strip God from their party platform, LGBTQ activists, Planned Parenthood, Hispanics, white-working class union workers, Wall Street, and climate-change mongers, all have a place in the Democratic Party. So is it any wonder why Hillary Clinton is having a hard time unifying these disparate special interest groups under one umbrella? She tried the "I'm with her" slogan, in an effort to pull everyone under a banner of feminism, but it fell a bit flat, especially after Donald Trump countered with "I'm with you," making hers feel a bit self-centered.


  11. Can an Addiction Memoir Help Us Understand Wall Street?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New Yorker

    In January of 2014, a Times Op-Ed by Sam Polk, a former derivatives trader who worked on Wall Street between 2003 and 2010, went viral. Occupy Wall Street protesters had been evicted from Zuccotti Park two years before, and the phrase "the one per cent" had become a part of public discourse.


  12. Former Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis Speaks Out on Poverty in His CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Truthdig

    Retired Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis may at first glance seem like an unlikely figure for protests - yet he's one of the thousands of activists who participated in demonstrations outside of the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia throughout this past week. It isn't his first time protesting, either: five years ago, he garnered national attention when he was arrested at an Occupy Wall Street protest.


  13. Odendhal says he will fight for affordable housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    ... Leadership Council on HIV/AIDS, the Kindness and Justice Challenge, the Amadou Diallou Justice Drive, the Occupy Wall Street movement and the People's Climate March. He is a former board member of United Puerto Ricans of Sunset Park (UPROSE) and ...


  14. Bernie Sanders' "Revolution" Won't Change the Democratic Party the Way the Tea Party Changed the GOPRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    ... do." The Tea Party demonstrably got Republicans to do things that they would not otherwise have done. Occupy Wall Street moved in the opposite direction, actively eschewing politics. Its members saw no place for themselves in the electoral system ...


  15. Occupy movement takes on the Democratic National ConventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    The Democratic National Convention has provided a new forum for the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has made camp at Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in Philadelphia under the name Occupy Philly. Dozens of people -- Bernie Sanders supporters that do not support Hillary Clinton -- have brought tents and sleeping bags to the park, just blocks away from Wells Fargo Center where the Democratic National Convention is taking place.


  16. Sound and Fury: More Protests on Day 3 of DNCRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Breitbart.com

    ... of about 50 protesters from Democracy Spring blocked one entrance to the convention and began a series of Occupy Wall Street style "Mic Check" call and response chants centered around the groups signature issue, campaign reform. The first group of ...


  17. Why Vote for Trump?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sound Politics

    ... mistrust and failure to forthrightly address the issues that spawned groups like the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street and ultimately Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. We will have to play the hand we have and hope the change it brings is not worse ...


  18. The Conventions Have Been a Chance to See the White Voter Identity Crisis Up CloseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Magazine

    ... so much so that his die-hards were treating the grassy area like it was Zucotti Park, the famed site of Occupy Wall Street. There were tents scattered about and portions of the street were fully chalked up with messages, almost entirely for a man ...


  19. I'll Always Be With Bernie - But Here's Why I'm Voting for HillaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Forward

    I've been a Bernie acolyte for years, and have watched in awe during the last 12 months as he took his rightful place as the progressive leader of our time. He showed up exactly when we needed him, taking the smashed mantle of the Occupy Wall Street movement and bringing millions of millennial voters along with him.


  20. 750 Sanders Delegates in Convention Walk-Out as Green Party's Jill...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | OpEdNews

    ... People began shouting for silence but to no avail. Then one woman, harking back to the days of the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement, yelled out "Mike Check!" Immediately others picked up the cry, and within less than a minute there was silence. Some ...