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Occupy Is a Simple Response to a Complex Situation: Who to Blame For a Broken Economy

November 27, 2011


President Obama is fond of referring to America’s “millionaires and billionaires.”  To-date, we have more of them than anyone.  Even with the recession, there are still about 10.5 million millionaires in the US. Our national fiscal demise is a complicated issue.  The mid-management jobs that enabled the middle class to thrive are not here in […]

Occupy Demonstrators Are a Drab Lot Unlike Those of the ’60s and ’70s

November 20, 2011


It’s been coming on for a long time. In Paris – that capital that used to be so chic with women who wore clothes and accessories only they could wear – is no more – just look at the crowds.  Europeans have become, well, drab.  This drabness  has been communicated to millions in America.  OR […]

Occupy Philadelphia Has Changed; and Mayor Nutter Addresses Resultant Policy Change

November 14, 2011


Sunday, Philadelphia’s Mayor Nutter made a very detailed and straightforward report on his Administration’s involvement with Occupy Philadelphia, of current municipal needs and provided a profile of a changed Occupy leadership and mix.  [link to the full news conference] Following this, a FOX News reporter attempted to interview members of the Occupy movement and […]

Occupy Movement Now Targets Conservative and/or Tea Party Gatherings for Intimidation

November 7, 2011


I can’t remember when the Tea Party constituents harassed citizens on the opposite side of the fence.  They were loud and confrontational at Town Hall Meetings but not any more so than anyone there with a gripe.  They never targeted anyone other than a legislator.  Why bother with anyone else.  Anyone else doesn’t change laws […]

Occupy Movement: Obama Abandoning Fiscal Policy to the Streets

November 6, 2011


About the only organized and orderly large crowd these days may be found during the Muslim Hajj.  Participants are fulfilling long-held beliefs and goals. Crowds in Egypt during the Arab Spring and that sprung up elsewhere in the Near and Middle East had common purpose – to free their countries from decades of dictatorship.  It […]

Did the Occupy Protesters Win in Tennesee; Did Kim Kardashian Win in the Marriage Lottery?

November 1, 2011

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Well isn’t this special: U.S. District Judge Aleta Trauger issued the order, which state officials did not fight. “Political expression deserves the highest level of protection and it was unacceptable for the state to suddenly shut down protesters’ speech and forcibly oust them from Legislative Plaza that has long been used as a place for […]