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Occupy Wall Street
Even 9/11 Truthers are adding their voice among the growing and diverse list of grievances held by Occupy Wall Street protesters. Now we can add investigating the possible role of the government in the collapse of the buildings during the 9/11 attacks to all of the demands that the Occupy Crowd is making. So far the list of grievances includes ending all wars, stopping the increasing consolidation of wealth and power by the wealthy, and ending climate change.Read more »
What do Republicans need to do to deal with the Democratic strategy? The first goal is to nominate a winning candidate, but that goes without saying, or should. There are other things to do that need to be done.
The first thing is for Republican candidates to remember that the goal is to unseat Barack Obama and spend most of their resources and discussion on that goal. Just as important, independent groups need to start attacking Obama’s record. While the Republicans primary is in full force during the spring, it will be up to groups like America's Crossroads and others to do the attacking. The Democrats will
New information has emerged about the leaderless Occupy Wall Street (a.k.a. "Occupy Everything") movement that spontaneously erupted in hundreds of cities that suggests "career community organizers" may be behind the movement. With thousands of emails in the recently discovered archive, journalists are asking for help to read and review them all: "In keeping with the new media notion of crowdsourcing - enthusiastically embraced ... when trawling through Sarah Palin's emails - Big Government will be providing readers later today with links to a document drop consisting of thousands of emails." Many of the emails have already been published (see link).
We are a short twelve weeks or so away from the beginning of the serious Republican Presidential primary elections.
Polling at this time shows Mitt Romney in the lead for the nomination, and the punditry world says that the race is down to three candidates: Mitt Romney, Rick Perry and Herman Cain. There is still some chance that Gingrich, Bachmann or Santorum could surge in these remaining weeks. The unexpected is not impossible. Read more »