Occupy News Round-up

Coming up on April 28, a nation-wide march against the War on Women. Occupy Wall Street is urging a May 1st General Strike in response to the police brutality during the arrests of 73 people in New York over the weekend. Nick

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Coming up on April 28, a nation-wide march against the War on Women.

Occupy Wall Street is urging a May 1st General Strike in response to the police brutality during the arrests of 73 people in New York over the weekend.

Nick Sorrentino says that this video explains why you have crushing student debt.

Occupy Wall Street protesters and their legal advisers were surprised yesterday to learn that the size of their bail was being affected by whether defendants were willing to have their irises scanned and logged into a database.

Rogers’ “Cybersecurity” Bill Is Broad Enough to Use Against WikiLeaks and The Pirate Bay.

Oh my. A second former Goldman Sachs employee has come forward to blast the firm and the "commercial animals/jerks" working there, and says that others have left because they couldn't “sell the crap they were being asked to create."

A new memo lists 31 advertisers who requested ‘not to be scheduled in any Rush Limbaugh program."

Also, a song in honor of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

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