Occupy Wall Street Leaders: “Bloomberg May Have Done Us A Great Favor”

By: Tuesday November 15, 2011 12:45 pm

Members of the Occupy Wall Street movement said today on a conference call that the police action to evict protesters from Zuccotti Park will only amplify future efforts, starting on Thursday with a planned day of action that will occur at sites across the country.

Take Back the American Dream Conference: Building Off the #OccupyWallStreet Movement

By: Monday October 3, 2011 2:00 pm

The Campaign for America’s Future expected their conference to be a launching pad for an American Dream Movement that would be a counterpart to the Tea Party, a left populist movement that would branch out across the country. But it found itself overtaken by the #OccupyWallStreet movement.

American Dream Movement Generates Over 400 Jobs Protests Across the Country in August

By: Saturday September 3, 2011 12:00 pm

Here you see the dog that didn’t bark on cable news. It’s a compilation of some of the 400 jobs protests from around the country in August. Thousands of people participated in the actions. If 2009 was any indication, it should have been an enormous story. As it is, you had to search for any traditional media coverage of the story.

Jobs Movement Activists Stage Five-Day Sit-In at Paul Ryan’s District Offices

By: Wednesday August 24, 2011 3:34 pm

This has not pleased Ryan or his staffers. They threatened to call the cops on protesters on two occasions, and had police remove protesters at least once. They restricted the use of cameras. They restricted parking. And now, as you can see above, they shut down the offices in Kenosha to foot traffic and forced the public out of the building.

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