The 99 Percent?
It seems you can’t start a movement these days unless you’re prepared to attach a percentage to it. For example the amorphous Occupy Wall Street […]
A “Movement” In Pictures
Our founding editor strolled down to the site of the Occupy Columbia, S.C. protests last week with video camera and notepad in hand … hoping […]
Rich: “Welcome To The Occupation”
By Howard Rich || According to a recent Pew Research Center study, most Americans are ignoring the Occupy Wall Street movement.
“There is significantly less public […]
Duffey: “Occupy” Movement’s Valuable Lesson
By Kevin Duffey || I haven’t visited the Occupy Wall Street crowd, but from what I’ve learned over the internet and news, I likely have […]
“Occupy Columbia” Protest A Dud
Palmetto State hippies have nothing on William Tecumseh Sherman …
Unlike the “famously hot” occupation of 146 years ago, the Occupy Columbia movement fizzled over the […]
Public Snoozing On Protests
We’ve weighed in once already on the “Occupy Wall Street” protests – a.k.a. the liberal version of the Tea Party protests.
“We’re all for ‘occupying,’ we […]
On Occupying Wall Street
The well-organized protests of Wall Street – which have spread in recent days to Washington, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Miami and numerous other cities – […]