From Washington Post Occuparenting isn’t easy.Your precious children? The ones who had violin lessons and SAT tutors and years of orthodontia and organic lunches? They are now sleeping under tarps, in the mud, rain and frigid temperatures, in an encampment that is home to an epic urban rat infestation. And their new neighbors are a [...]
From Big Journalism How do you write a news story about incivility in our politically charged times and not name drop Occupy Wall Street? Just ask the folks over at USA Today. The company chided for its brief news stories pulled out all the stops this week to document the lack of civility nearly a [...]
From FrontPageMag Who is the father of Occupy Wall Street? The question strangely doesn’t send the accused rushing to paternity tests for exculpation. But as protesters head for park exits, academics crowd in to claim credit. Feeding on the corpse of Occupy Wall Street will fuel some intellectual’s career. The urban campers drew the attention [...]
From Big Government PART 1 For some of us, it’s difficult to take the Occupy movement seriously. However, for once, let’s do just that and ask the simple question, “What if the Occupiers take power?” To answer that, I need to first address what they would need to do to rise to power (I will [...]
Hat tip to Mike B. for this referral. Bill Whittle brings you the details of the Occupy Wall Street movement and tells you about the rapes, vandalism, arson and filth. Want to know the real difference between the Tea Party and the Occupy movement? Then watch this report on OWS.
From Big Government I don’t have a whole lot of sympathy for many of the people working on Wall Street these days, but the Occupy movement’s decision to solely target the private sector for financial corruption only distracted Americans from the real financial crisis – white collar crime. According to recent Securities Exchange enforcement actions [...]
From Townhall As “Person of the Year,” Time magazine named “The Protester.” The subhead read, “From the Arab Spring to Athens, From Occupy Wall Street to Moscow.” Well, yes, but what about the lack of American black protesters? Good Lord, where is the racial diversity/inclusion/proportional representation? Back in the day, the tea party’s alleged lack [...]
From Americans for Limited Government, the Occupy movement is ranked #6 on their list of Top 11 Big Government Busts of 2011.
From Fox Business Last year, to be person of the year, you had to invent Facebook. This year, all you had to do was complain. Time magazine on Wednesday named “The Protester” as its “2011 Person of the Year.” If you happened to have ragged about anything in the past 12 months, take a bow. [...]
From the College Conservative Yet again, the Occupy movement has attempted to shut down ports around America, further damaging the economy and injuring port companies and their workers. While they did this supposedly to express ‘solidarity’ with various ‘martyrs’, the ‘leaders’ of the movement still deny receiving any endorsement from unions operating within the Northwest port [...]
From News Busters Here we go again. Washington Post “On Faith” contributor Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite is once again twisting Christian scripture to push a liberal economic agenda. You may recall the liberal theologian and Center for American Progress fellow last month contorted The Lord’s Prayer into an argument for government to “forgive” students loan debt [...]
From Bill Ayers website Occupy is an expression of hope and an invitation to pay attention at this unique and expectant moment. It’s an opening, not a destination. People naming the obstacles to their full humanity, people in motion, people growing and changing and teaching and learning are people who can storm the heavens and [...]