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Filmed September 17th, 2012, during Occupy Wall Street’s first anniversary celebration action, details 10 arrests that took place over the span of 87 minutes. While at first glance many of the individual arrests appear to be arbitrary, careful analysis from the videographers illustrates a larger picture wherein the NYPD’s actions are calculated and designed to derail the protestors ability to effectively assemble. Read more...
Opening up the debate around one of the most contentious issues within organizing the Occupy Wall Street community on the limits, perils, or need for consensus as a decision making philosophy within the future of OWS. Read more...
From this Saturday's Up With Chris Hayes, his Story of the Week is a good reminder for anyone who is not thrilled with a lot of the ugliness of our democratic process, or frustrated with dealing with the United Nations -- it sure beats the Read more...
While we've turned our heads and put all eyes on Wisconsin and surrounding states, the House of Representatives has been having a budget debate unlike any budget debate I've seen. In one day, they managed to de-fund Planned Parenthood after one Read more...
The list of amendments for Rules Committee consideration is now published. Of 90 proposed amendments, one belongs to Democrats. The rest are nothing m Read more...

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Jon Stewart traces the roots of off-shore drilling from Bush 41's initial ban, to both candidates' realistic and sensible positions against it, to bo Read more...
We've posted about artist Chris Jordan's work before. Here's his latest. It's an 8 foot by 25 foot mural in five panels showing the heading of the C Read more...
Colorado Springs Gazette: New Life Church said Tuesday that former pastor Ted Haggard has prematurely ended a "spiritual restoration" process begun Read more...
Yet more blog links for you from Bob Morris of the leftie enviro Politics in the Zeros. Asymptotic Life cut carbon emissions in their home by a whopp Read more...
Via Daily Kos: In addition to newspaper condemnations of APA's pathetic resolution, prominent psychologists are responding as well. Well-known psyc Read more...