Occupy Wall Street

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AFL-CIO Goes All-In with Occupy

The AFL-CIO has not been bashful about its support for the Occupy Wall Street protesters. And the union giant recently posted an article by Tula Connell hyping a booklet entitled “Economics 101 ...
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Another Win for Occupy Wall Street: Cute Commercials for McDonald's, Vegas Vacations

And you thought it was just a cute ad for Las Vegas: "Marketers are adopting the theme of workers’ rights at a time when unions themselves are confronting declines in membership and influence. ...
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Comic Makes ‘Valiant’ Attempt to Justify the Occupy Movement

New comic has it all: greedy, murderous bankers and blinkered Christians.
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Journalists’ Union: ‘We are the 99%!’

Union also in same campaign with MoveOn.org and Common Cause.

Channeling Occupy Wall Street in the Times Business Section: 'You Call This a Revolution?'

Times financial reporter Nathaniel Popper talked in familiar terms of "revolution," "the 99 percent," and the "nation’s have-a-lots" versus "the have-lesses.": "You call this a revolution? ...
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NBC Uses Faltering Facebook IPO to Promote Occupy Rhetoric and Government Regulation

Following a report on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News about the dropping value of Facebook's initial public stock offering and possible investigations into what went wrong, anchor Brian Williams ...
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NYT Claims 'An Uneventful Weekend' in Chicago...Except for the Mass Arrests and Terror Plots

The Times praised "an uneventful weekend" of anti-NATO protests in Chicago -- but there were 90 arrests, anti-cop violence, and a foiled terrorist plot. The paper also strove to portray ...
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NATO Protests Were Sign of Potential Occupy Strength for NYTimes...Until Terror Plots and Arrests

What happened between Thursday and Sunday that cause the Occupy protest movement to disappear from the Times' radar? The Times on Thursday, before violence at the NATO summit in Chicago: ...
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Media Breeze By Politically Embarrassing Occupy May Day Protests

When the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement first arrived on the scene back in October of 2011 the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) news networks greeted, what they viewed as the left’s answer to the Tea ...
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