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ABC Sanitizes May Day's Communist Ties, Touts the 'Traditional Day of Protest'

According to the reporters at Good Morning America, May Day is a "traditional day of protest," one in which members of the Occupy movement can get "fired up about." Reporter John Berman ...
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Krugman: Blame the Right Wing and 'Inequality,' not Obama, for Today's Economic Paralysis

Times columnist Paul Krugman and his wife contribute to the lefty Occupy Handbook: "So how did we end up in this state? How did America become a nation that could not rise to the biggest ...

New York Times Lead Story Sees Yet Another Victory for Occupy Wall Street: Executive Pay

The left-wing Occupy Wall Street sit-in was kicked out of Zuccotti Park months ago, but the New York Times claimed to see its handprint in Wednesday's lead story. Reporters Jessica ...

After Violent Attack by Anarchists, Times Strains to Note Occupy Protests 'Largely Devoid of Property Damage'

More downplaying of violence and vandalism of left-wing protests from the New York Times: "The demonstration, which, according to the police and witnesses, left in its path a trail of graffiti ...
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Occupy.com - A Gift from the 1 Percent

Hollywood funds new Huffington Post-style website for Occupiers.
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NYTimes Frets Over Reduced Visibility of 'Populist' Occupy Movement, Then Suggests They've Already Won

Times reporter Michael Schmidt: "Whether Occupy has a resurgence, it has already had a significant influence on American politics, making economic inequality -- and specifically the top “1 ...
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Alan Cowell the Anti-Capitalist Sees Still More 'Greed' in His New York Times Reporting

London-based Alan Cowell on "runaway capitalist greed": "Moving after midnight, bailiffs supported by police officers dismantled a tent encampment outside St. Paul's Cathedral here early ...
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Occupy Wall Street Infiltrates NYT Stories on Play Revival and Titanic Anniversary (Again)

Charles Isherwood, theater critic, plays financial reformer: "The Occupy Wall Street movement has brought an intensified focus on the growing inequities in the economy and the dubious practices ...
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Judge on CBS Prime Time Drama Cheers ‘Amazing’ Occupy Protesters: ‘I Salute Them’

Occupy Wall Street earned a shout-out Sunday night on a CBS drama, the kind of Hollywood affirmation the Tea Party could never dream of receiving. “Before we begin,” a judge announced in a ...
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