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Occupy Atlanta protesters return to streets after police crackdown
Topic: Movies 10:55 pm EST, Nov  6, 2011

"A large Atlanta police force including motorcycles, mounted police, officers on foot, a SWAT team in riot gear and a helicopter moved in aggressively and faced off with the marchers," protest organizers said in a statement. "Peace was maintained until a policeman on a motorcycle accelerated into a demonstrator."

Police said a protester was charged with aggravated assault and obstruction for assaulting a motorcycle officer patrolling the area.

Occupy Atlanta protesters return to streets after police crackdown

Occupy Atlanta plans 2nd attempt to camp at park
Topic: Politics and Law 8:31 pm EST, Nov  6, 2011

Occupy Atlanta organizers said Sunday that they plan to again try to camp at a city park, setting up yet another showdown with police a night after 20 people were arrested during a rally that spilled into the streets.

The group will hold its general assembly meeting Sunday evening, then march back to Woodruff Park downtown, said organizer Tim Franzen. Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos said police would continue to enforce the law.

Occupy Atlanta plans 2nd attempt to camp at park

Movie - Margin Call
Topic: Markets & Investing 6:50 pm EDT, Oct 29, 2011

Looks interesting.

Movie - Margin Call

Twenty Years of Justice Thomas
Topic: Politics and Law 6:38 pm EDT, Oct 23, 2011

This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of Clarence Thomas's appointment to the Supreme Court. In his first two decades on the bench, Justice Thomas has established himself as the original Constitution's greatest defender against elite efforts at social engineering. His stances for limited government and individual freedom make him the left's lightning rod and the tea party's intellectual godfather. And he is only halfway through the 40 years he may sit on the high court.

Twenty Years of Justice Thomas

the great haircut
Topic: Economics 9:33 pm EDT, Oct  5, 2011

A radical plan to jumpstart the U.S. economy may have to involve massive write-downs of U.S. consumer debt.

the great haircut

Trader on the BBC says Eurozone Market will crash
Topic: Markets & Investing 11:08 pm EDT, Oct  1, 2011

In a scary and painfully frank interview BBC interviewer Maxine Croxall, is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the "Market is Toast." Apparently there is nothing Euro governments can do.

Respected RT Analyist Max Keisler confirms everything Alessio says!

Trader on the BBC says Eurozone Market will crash

Henry Rollins Braves Conflict Zones in New Photo Book
Topic: Society 10:46 pm EDT, Oct  1, 2011

Punk rock luminary Henry Rollins has been many things in his life: musician, actor, spoken word artist. With his latest effort he puts yet another identifier on his resume: conflict zone photographer.

In his new book Occupants, Rollins collected years of pictures he took while traveling in places as far-fetched as Cambodia, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, and Iraq. It's an impressive collection built entirely out of Rollins' desire to expose readers to corners of the world they may otherwise never see.

Henry Rollins Braves Conflict Zones in New Photo Book

Euro bailout explained ... with beer pints
Topic: Markets & Investing 8:34 pm EDT, Oct  1, 2011

I'll drink to that.

Euro bailout explained ... with beer pints

The Lasting Impact of the Crisis on the Global Financial System
Topic: Economics 12:53 am EDT, Sep 30, 2011

Remarks by Superintendent Julie Dickson Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada (OSFI) to the Economic Club of Canada
Toronto, Ontario
September 26, 2011
Interesting read...

The Lasting Impact of the Crisis on the Global Financial System

Protesters: Today's 'rioters,' tomorrow's righteous
Topic: Economics 11:05 pm EDT, Sep 29, 2011

Sure we have problems. But we have a democracy. We get to vote. That's our power, right?

Unfortunately, that's not always enough. We know the corporate lobbyists hold disproportionate sway over our elected officials compared with we, the people. For instance, members of the congressional supercommittee charged with reaching a bipartisan deficit reduction solution have received $41 million from the financial sector during their time in Congress. According to a new report by Public Campaign and National People's Action, at least 27 current or former aides to supercommittee members have worked as lobbyists for financial sector interests.

Protesters: Today's 'rioters,' tomorrow's righteous

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