Trump's favorite morning show reports on the vandalism at the NYC Metropolitan Republican Club office, blaming it on Antifa, while ignoring the violence from the mob of Proud Boys that same day.
While the damage wasn't quite as extensive, it suggests someone is upset with both parties.
Rep. Henry Waxman: "an unprecedented and sophisticated attack on an electric grid substation with military-style weapons."
On Monday, a jury acquitted Jeff Olson of all charges related to the anti-bank messages he wrote with chalk on the sidewalks outside of three Bank of America branches in San Diego. Olson faced up to 13 years in jail for the misdemeanor charges.
Jeff Olson, the 40-year-old man who is being prosecuted for scrawling anti-megabank messages on sidewalks in water-soluble chalk last year now faces a 13-year jail sentence. A judge has barred his attorney from mentioning freedom of speech during trial.
Sharpie parties: In the age of Facebook and Twitter, a new crime has hit America: "Sharpie parties," gatherings of revelers armed with "Sharpie" magic markers and lured by social media invitations to wreak havoc on foreclosed homes.
Artist Alex Schaefer turns chalking into an act of civil disobedience against the collusion between banks and state.
Billboards that read "Dying for work," and "Hope you're happy, Wall Street" greeted commuters and residents in Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday, but what really got their attention were the dummies hung with nooses underneath the
This is not from The Onion... Via CNN: "You guys have it way too soft – nice ride," he wrote, while the press corps were preparing to cover his Weatherly, Pennsylvania stop. ... "P.S.," he added after his signature, "erased your hard
Just as Occupy Wall Street was getting some very positive reports in the media over their "sleepful protests," and the relationships being built within the community...anarchy. To what end? To make the residents of NYC fearful of protesters in
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