Occupy Wall Street Will Remain in Liberty Plaza. That is the word at the Plaza…but it can only be done with nonviolence…if there are arrests made, and if the police are a little rough, you better believe that it will be on camera and on youtube within the next fifteen minutes, that will help the … Continue reading
For those following every stupid thing that goes on in Congress these days, it is easy to see that Congress has yet to be affected by the protests. Instead of passing the Jobs Act, the Republicans voted it down and now they are ignoring working on jobs and the economy and instead they are … Continue reading
With Mayor Bloomberg wanting them out of “Liberty Park” so the city can “clean up”, the Occupy Wall St. people are scrambling this morning to clean up the park themselves. There are complaints from the 99% about Mayor Bloomberg and Deputy Mayor Holloway for setting up “new rules” for the occupiers after they had settled into the … Continue reading
It looks as though civility is breaking down, and the real fight is starting…Occupy Boston needs to stand firm, and they need our support to do it! Boston Police Brutally Assault Occupy Boston.
All the information you need to know about the Occupy Boston Arrests from October 11 is here @ More on Occupy Boston Arrests.
On October 11, the Senate Republicans showed that they will stand united by not voting for President Obama’s Jobs Bill, killing on the floor. The Senate Minority leader, Mitch McConnell (R, KY), said that the bill was “just another stimulus plan that won’t work, financed by tax hikes that will kill jobs”. Obama will continue … Continue reading
International outrage is focused on Iran as a plot has been uncovered that would have ended the life of the Saudi ambassador to the US. The vice president, as well as a Saudi prince and the British P.M. have all said that there will be severe repercussions for Iran. As details are coming to … Continue reading
October 11, 2011 Even though they were not part of the Occupy Wall St. Movement, three groups, Strong Economy for All, United for New York, and the Working Families Party used the momentum of the Movement to organize a march through the wealthiest areas of New York City, stopping in front of the million dollar … Continue reading
In this first post by The Peoples Blog, I would like to ask “What’s Next?” What is next for the American People, what is next for the Occupy Movement, what is next for our government? A suggestion to the Occupy Movement: If you want to stay a strong movement and morph into a real power, … Continue reading