Tag Archives: Wall Street

Indignation Abounds

Indignation abounds. Many people are offended by tents pitched on public spaces, by the idea that there could be a free and equitable distribution of food and warm clothing, by the thought that protestors who claim to value sharing and … Continue reading

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Waking Up

For years, my self-appointed mission has been to become as educated about the world situation as I can, and to then spread that word to others. It was a lonely task at first. Few people had heard of peak oil, … Continue reading

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TRANSFORM WALL STREET AND THE EUROPEAN CRISIS

I spent last evening listening to Sasha Lilley, author of Capital and Its Discontents. She made mention of how economists and right-wing politicians had recently forecast ten years of austerity, here in America, in order to recover from the excesses … Continue reading

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Transform

The Occupy Together movement is rightly focused on change. The modern system, focused on consumption and profit and fraud, is deeply flawed. But we have to face some harsh realities: winter is coming, the police are getting antsy, and although … Continue reading

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