Occupy D.C. is going corporate now that a labor union tied to President Obama has agreed to pay for its office space.
A left-wing minority group is criticizing the Occupy movement for its disturbing lack of diversity.
Numerous protesters at yesterday’s Occupy Wall Street rally in New York City viciously blasted President Obama as a horrible failure, signaling a major break from a liberal base that once celebrated Obama’s lofty rhetoric of hope and change.
Brigands associated with Seattle’s Occupy Wall Street movement rioted through the city Tuesday evening, smashing storefronts and committing acts of vandalism in the movement’s most high profile public demonstration in months.
The largely dormant Occupy Movement sprung into action in celebration of May Day, a holiday originally established to honor the beginning of spring. In recent years, however, the so-called holiday has been coopted by left wing radicals and various unions who aim to highlight what they describe as the average worker’s plight.
The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment has been an outspoken ally of the Occupy movement. It is now looking for part-time workers willing to take the message of higher taxes to the public for $12 per hour.