Many people do not understand what the occupy movement is about. It is a social movement practicing direct democracy. There is no leaders.
Yes the authorities hate that. They have no one in particular to demonize and character assassinate. Prob is - have leaderless movements ever been shown to accomplish anything? Only if everyone involved shares the same values. Good luck with that.
by My Esoteric 2 years ago
The NRA leadership (not most of NRA members) currently sees Gun Control as a stark Black and White issue. The NRA et al think that ANY step to keep guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them is ipso facto an attempt to keep guns out of the hands of ALL citizens; this is the...
by Caitlyn Booth 23 months ago
Why is saying #AllLivesMatter considered racist?I see this everywhere: on Twitter, on forums, and on the news. I am asking this out of pure curiosity and confusion, because I don't see anything racist about the statement/hashtag.
by ga anderson 3 months ago
Now wait... It's a simple question prompted by a current read J. Edgar Hoover - The Man and The Secrets by Curt Gentry, and it chronicles Hoover's FBI up to his death.It is very cynical, relative to FBI leadership and its unfettered actions. By unfettered I mean wherever Hoover ran into an...
by Ken R. Abell 8 years ago
Is the Tea Party movement good or bad for the Republicans in this election cycle?
by Kristen Burns-Darling 6 years ago
Do you ever feel embarrassed by the behavior of our political leaders?This morning Breakfast Pop served up a good old fashioned tongue lashing for vice-president, Joe Biden, Mike Doyle, (D- PA), and Tom Harkin (D-IA), a good tongue lashing for referring to a Tea Party member of...
by Steven P Kelly 5 years ago
What did the "Occupy" Movements accomplish?It was a major event in NY, spreading like fire all over the country. But did it achieve anything for it's supporters? If yes, what? If no, why not?
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