What will it mean to American voters that Barack Obama has signed into law three trade deals that will destroy up to 159,000 American jobs at approximately the same time he promised to get serious about job creation at home? More here.
Fox news perpetuating the “news” that someone hassled and spit on a woman in a Coast Guard uniform “near” the OccupyBoston site. Because, you know, hippies are famous for that kind of imaginary thing.
Remember all of the stories about Vietnam vets being spat on — that people just made up? I’ll take this one with a large grain of salt.
Cops beating hippies. Who could have predicted it?
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Just a few hours after protesters learned they’d be able to stay in Zuccotti Park indefinitely, violence has broken out as a group marched away from it.
A group of protesters were headed south on Broadway toward the New York Stock Exchange. The group swelled quickly and wound up in a confrontation with police as they tried to gain access to Wall Street. A standoff occurred.
Police motorcycles were shaped like a V and moved toward the protesters in the stand off. One man lost his balance, and was run over by a police motorcycle. Police descended on the protester and got him out from under the bike, but violence broke out.
1010 WINS’ Steve Sandberg reported police descended on some protesters, wielding their night sticks and batons. A police captain reportedly hurled his megaphone and wound up rolling around in the street with a protester. Sandberg reports he himself was pushed around by police.
What’s so freakin’ good about it?
Well, for one thing, Mayor Bloomberg called off the dogs, maybe because of the more than 300,000 people who signed a petition asking him not to push out the occupiers of Zuccotti Park.
At #OccupyDenver. Camp cleared out this morning by executive order of Dem governor.
And just like gremlins, they’ll be back.
That’s how much they found in an audit of our famously corrupt sheriff’s department. Vote for Cherie Honkula!
UPDATE: Five thousand people jam Zuccotti Park and Bloomberg backs down – for now.