A 21 year-old from Finland becomes an internet sensation by pointing out the obvious.
Matt Salesses doesn’t know how to tell his daughter that she is not being lied to when she learns about freedom.
An Occupier and his mother write letters to Santa Claus.
Parents are protesting, Lisa Duggan writes, because they want a better future for their children.
At their roots, the Occupy movements are expressions of the rights of the 1st Amendment. The only thing that can stop them? Fear.
Through emphases on dialogue and community, the Occupy movement has displayed a new brand of political and spiritual expression, writes Avi Zer-Aviv.
Megan Rosker visited Liberty Plaza and found the protests surprisingly subdued.
Andrew Cotto has his story about middle-class debt, but that’s not what this is about.
Seems to me we need a Presidential candidate who is actually black, no matter what the color of his skin.
Tom Matlack calls for a 100% solution, not a 1% one.
Sure, they’re both movements for change, Matthew Salesses writes, but the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street are fundamental opposites.
The two movements have a lot more in common than they’d want to believe, and Tom Matlack thinks they can come together to fix our country.
Rachel Rabbit White believes that both protests are fighting a similar evil; of the same generation. “A generation who want better. And who are out doing something to get it.”
Can’t a Marxist. socialist, liberal, progressive, and Democrat also be an American ?
“I am a banker. Why are the people on the street below me creating a ‘perp. walk’ of shame from the subway to my office?” Victoria Robinson has been there.