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Who says #occupy can’t be funny? Not Nato Green

TweetThe one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street is a time for reflection… and laughter. Check out Nato Green (from Laughter Against the Machine and a writer for Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell) talking about the Occupy Movement, drum circles (of course) and poop. transcript after the jump. Tweet
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What will it take for #Occupy to enter the mainstream political conversation?

Tweet Pic via. Early this morning protesters gathered down on Wall Street near Zucotti Park to not just commemorate, but reinvigorate the Occupy Movement. Contrary to popular belief, Occupy itself didn’t actually die down on it’s own volition, but was instead shut down by the police. While people are still organizing protests and meetings including this [...]
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Study shows rich people are less ethical

TweetIt’s pretty funny to see the headline “Wealthy More Likely to Lie, Cheat: Researchers” on a news site owned by and named after the very wealthy Mike Bloomberg. Who knew Bloomberg was so self-critical and introspective? New research, written up in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, attempts to answer the question “are society’s most noble actors [...]
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From Katie, some of the countless best of the year

Tweet1)Up with Chris Hayes drops systemic analysis on Penn State Because the post highlights a much-needed critical, thoughtful perspective, which challenges the sensationalism and irresponsible journalism which dominates our media and manages to focus on2) because Jos becomes the 438th person I know to claim Chris Hayes as her boyfriend. Chris Hayes, my morning talk [...]
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Video: Homeless family occupies forclosed home in Brooklyn

Tweet Transcript after the jump On Tuesday, with the support of neighbors, housing activists, and OWS protesters, a homeless family–Alfredo Carrasquillo, Tasha Glasgowa and their three children–took up residence in a foreclosed house in East New York. The move was part of a national day of action to mark the beginning of Occupy Our Homes, [...]
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