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Occupy Sacramento Mic Check at Macy’s On Black Friday

26/11/2011

ATTENTION SHOPPERS: WE ARE OCCUPY SACRAMENTO. WE ARE THE 99 PERCENT. WE ARE HERE TODAY… TO ASK YOU TO SHOP LOCAL AND… SUSTAIN OUR LOCAL ECONOMY. AND NOT REWARD THE 1 PERCENT, LARGE CORPORATE STORES LIKE MACY’S. WHOSE PROFITS ENRICH THE 1 PERCENT. WHILE THEY PAY NEXT TO NOTHING. TO THEIR WORKERS, THE 99 PERCENT. Read More »

Occupy San Diego Flash Mob Invades Wal-Mart

26/11/2011

OSD flash mob invades wal mart on 11/25/2011 in San Diego, CA. Wal-mart attempted to silence the human mic via their “seasons greetings” recording over the intercom, succeeding only slightly. Wal-mart vs Human Mic, Wal-mart loses! Sofi AI Market Sentiment GaugeMarket is fairly valued.

Congress Insider Trading

23/11/2011

In case you haven’t heard, the same people who control the SEC that busts people trading on insider information, are in fact insider traders themselves. Members of Congress can legally make trades on non-public information they obtain during their official duties, CBS News’ ’60 Minutes’ reported on Sunday night. Congress members can use market-moving information Read More »

Lt. John Pike unleashes pepper spray on UC Davis students committing nonviolent civil disobedienc

UC Davis Police Pepper Spray Peaceful Occupy Protestors

19/11/2011

Each and every day some police action infuriates and breathes new life into this movement. Just when you think the movement might go stale and the message of “We are the 99%” will no longer pack the punch that it has had over the last two months, some picture or some video is released showing Read More »

Arrests made at Occupy protests in US cities 17-11-2011

18/11/2011

Keith Boykin CNBC contributor, MSNBC commentator and former White House aide Everything The Media Told You About Occupy Wall Street Is Wrong Posted: 10/19/11 10:22 PM ET After 10 days out of town, I finally made it to Occupy Wall Street on Tuesday and had a chance to see for myself what’s going on. My Read More »

Cops Shoot Occupy Protester Filming Them With Camera

8/11/2011

The Police’s War on Citizen Cameras Boldly Slogs On… While filming a police line at Occupy Oakland after midnight on Nov. 3 following the Nov. 2 general strike, an officer opens fire and shoots me with a rubber bullet. I was standing well back. There was no violence or confrontations of any kind underway. At Read More »

Front Lines At Occupy Oakland 14th and Broadway

26/10/2011

Police are ordered out in full riot gear to hide their faces. Begin firing stun grenades and tear gas at crowds for no reason. Upon detonation, these stun grenades emit an intensely loud “bang” and blinding flash of more than one million candela and 170–180 dB within five feet of initiation, sufficient to cause immediate Read More »

Police Raid Occupy Oakland Encampments

25/10/2011

Oakland police dispersed Occupy Oakland protesters from Frank Ogawa Plaza and Snow Park on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 in Oakland, Calif. 85 arrests were made when people failed to leave upon police orders. Sofi AI Market Sentiment GaugeMarket is fairly valued.

Occupy Wall Street

25/10/2011

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NYPD Police Brutality At Occupy Wall St. – MSNBC Report

23/10/2011

MSNBC Lawrence O’Donnell airs police brutality video, promises to air all such cases of police brutality. The NYPD seems hell-bent on escalating Occupy Wall Street into something violent. The problem with that police strategy is that violence begets violence. One of these days, someone in the crowd now numbering thousands, is going to fight back Read More »

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Citigroup (C) and Bank of America (BAC) Ratings In Question

23/10/2010

Fitch Ratings said on Friday that it might lower the credit ratings for a few U.S. banks, including Bank of America Corp (BAC) and Citigroup Inc (C). Fitch’s reason is the proposed new banking rules that don’t put banks in a protected category of being “too big to fail” and using tax payers dollars to prop them Read More »

NABE Lowers U.S. GDP Estimate to 2.6%

12/10/2010

The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) lowered its forecast on GDP for the U.S. economy for 2010 and 2011. It was forecasted in May of 2010 to have GDP at 3.2%. That number was lowered today to 2.6%. The group’s panelists said that the recovery is intact, but the slowdown is due to, “wealth Read More »