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The Occupy Movement and Occupied Cities

The Occupy movement is a decentralized protest movement directed against economic and social inequality. In it, protesters occupied cities and parks in many locations. Occupy protests are taking place in over 95 occupied cities across 82 countries, and over 600 occupied communities in the United States. Initially it was a peaceful protest but eventually degraded into violence. This website offers a comprehensive collection of insightful articles chronicling the Occupy movement.
  
'Ex-communist' – a term still in Obama's future
“There is one experience which most sincere ex-Communists share,” wrote Whittaker Chambers in his classic conversion narrative “Witness,” and that is the epiphany, the road-to-Damascus moment, the instant they realize the life they have been living is a lie. Chambers memorably quotes one young woman about her father’s
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 8:02 PM
 
  
What I would do if I were Todd Akin
TAMPA, Fla. – To the Republican establishment, Rep. Todd Akin, a Missouri candidate for the U.S. Senate, is a liability. Mitt Romney and Karl Rover pulled the rug out from under the GOP candidate to replace Sen. Claire McCaskill because of an inconsequential gaffe. So what should Todd Akin do now? Should he heed the advice of [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 8:01 PM
 
  
7 unspeakable acts guaranteed to revive economy
The cover story in the September issue of Newsmax is titled “Saving America: Mitt and Ann Share Their Personal Journey.” It reminded me once again that so long as people look to politicians to solve their problems – or the nation’s problems – the problems will only get worse. Politicians are in the business of [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 8:00 PM
 
  
Ann Romney's telling comment
I think writers are often surprised at what shows up in their writing. In fact, it’s the rule in fiction – where the writer has characters determined to have their say – and in the best books plot their own course. But the same thing happens in columns and essays. It even happens in political [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:59 PM
 
  
Obama's women: Clueless government gals
Barack Obama is going to war with Mitt Romney. He isn’t fighting this war alone. He is fighting it with some women. Not just any women, he has a brigade of women who cannot or will not think for themselves. They pick their president the way a 7-year-old picks her Barbie Doll. They [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:58 PM
 
  
Don't blame social media – blame yourself
Social media: If there’s a term you can’t escape when viewing ANY news outlet or report, it is this one. To say that we are a society intertwined with and inextricably connected by online services like Facebook and Twitter is not news. We use social media every day, sometimes all day. [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:57 PM
 
  
Why Obama's going down in November
The rhetoric of the left continues to grow increasingly caustic, and exchanges on social-media venues and the blogosphere occasionally reach murderous tones. Although some high-profile commentators on the left are beginning to exhibit episodes of definite unhingedness, other liberal journalists have been going against the grain, calling their broth
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:55 PM
 
  
Liberal media's abortion distraction
Abortion, according to a recent Rasmussen poll, fails to make the cut among the top 10 issues important to voters. Yet, because of the GOP opposition to abortion, the mainscream media insist that Republicans suffer from a voter “gender gap,” with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney down 8 percentage points among women. Fifty
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:53 PM
 
  
Fleischer: Obama staff shouldn't exclude reporters
TAMPA. Fla. – Of all 13 White House press secretaries I have covered, one of the most appealing and likable – as well as imaginative, to be sure – was Ari Fleischer, who served President George W. Bush. At the Republican National Convention here, he did me the honor of coming by my broadcasting table on [...
WorldNetDaily Commentary  -   8/29/2012 7:52 PM
 
  
Best of the Web Today: 'This Man Will Not Fail'
Ann Romney tries to close the "gender gap."
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 7:45 PM
 
  
RNC Day 2: Delegates Energized as Convention Crosses Halfway Mark
“We’re full speed ahead.”
The Blaze  -   8/29/2012 7:41 PM
 
  
Families of Fallen SEALs Sent Form Letters With President’s Electronic Signature
“After the deadliest single loss of US forces in Afghanistan, Barack Obama sent out form letters to the parents.”
The Blaze  -   8/29/2012 7:15 PM
 
  
Henninger: Romney's Image Problem
Mitt Romney should be right for our times. So what's the problem?
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 7:06 PM
 
  
The Ryan Difference
Romney's veep choice has lifted his campaign.
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:55 PM
 
  
Watch & Chat with TheBlaze — LIVE from RNC 2012
The Blaze  -   8/29/2012 6:55 PM
 
  
A Downgrade for Illinois
The worst credit rating aside from California.
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:55 PM
 
  
Frankfurt vs. Frankfurt
The Bundesbank is holding out against an ECB spending spree.
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:54 PM
 
  
Rove: What If Obama Had Turned to the Middle?
Channeling David Plouffe channeling an alternate reality.
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:40 PM
 
  
Owen West and Bing West: Former SEAL Writes a Book; Cue Indignation
'No Easy Day,' about the bin Laden raid, joins a multimedia tradition.
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:39 PM
 
  
Quentin Letts: Harry Joins a Princely Rogues Gallery
Let us give thanks that there was no Internet or digital photography back when Edward VII was a young man..
Wall Street Journal Opinion  -   8/29/2012 6:38 PM