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Hot Off The Presses for October-The Occupy Wall Street Journal!

Occupy Wall Street strives to be the people’s media, so they created The Occupy Wall Street Journal-which is a four-page broadsheet newspaper. Their newspaper explains to the general public the reasons for the protests and portrays those who have joined in solidarity. It is an Occupy Wall Street Media Kickstarter campaign. Two issues are already

Conflicts with the Cops on Day 19 (Occupy Wall Street)

Last night, various unions, school students and employees, & health care workers joined the Occupy Wall Street Protesters. At least 20 or more protesters were arrested, along with some reporters. They were kettled, clubbed, and pepper-sprayed. The massive protest started out in a very peaceful and even celebratory manner. However, when a group decided to

“Occupy Wall Street” Latest News-Major March Planned for Today (October 5th)

On “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” of MSNBC (A MoxNews video), the newscaster explain how Fox never put this interview on air, even though an eloquent speaker, named Jesse, explained it all perfectly. Also, a class action law suit was filed yesterday for the entrapment of protesters at Brooklyn Bridge this past Saturday. Earlier

Occupy Wall Street Sparks Across the Country

Occupy Wall Street has spread to Chicago, Denver, Maine, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Wichita, local campuses, and more! RT News interviews Don Debar (activist & journalist), who says “People have no confidence in their economic …and political structure.” He also explains how the US mainstream media implicates the protesters as “violent” when we know

Hundreds Arrested at Brooklyn Bridge Saturday (October 1st)

    Hundreds of protesters were arrested Saturday, supposedly for disorderly conduct and impeding traffic. Witnesses have said that the protesters were cornered off the both sides of the Brooklyn Bridge. Then those protesters that were led onto the Brooklyn-bound roadway were soon arrested. However, let it be known that NOT all the NYPD participated.