Qshtik August 8, at 3: I take offense at this and have made it my mission to hound Jennie to the grave.
Now, perhaps by coincidence, the Democrat-supported Marxists occupying city parks across the country are calling for socialism or whatever nom du jour they want to call it, with whatever coherency they can muster on a given day.
Only an idiot or a liar would argue that the Marxist movement is not out to destroy American free enterprise. And, yes, he is a Marxist. In fact, his name is Professor Richard D. Wolff, and he claims to have invented a new approach to Marxism although, based on the above, it sounds like the same form as always: Occupy Wall Street OWS may not have a unified goal, or a confirmed set of demands, or even an official leader… but the rag-tag group assembled in Zuccotti Park has a half-million dollars in the bank.
According to the New York Post, OWS has deposited five hundred thousand dollars into an account and is using the money to fund the daily operations in Lower Manhattan.
They also have physical assets substantial enough to require significant storage space. CBS News reports that the protesters are filling a large storage space around the corner from the park they occupy.
Supporters are shipping about boxes a day. Unlike the patriotic Tea Party movement where Old Glory flies proudly and participants sing patriotic songs with vigor and recite the Pledge of Allegiance with thunderous respect, the exact opposite goes on at the OWS Teat Parties.
How do I know? Posted by Audrey Welborn at 4:Editor’s Note: Congressman Ron Paul explains why the monetary policies of the Federal Reserve are responsible for financial and economic crises spanning several decades, including the one in which we currently find ourselves. Econ Professor Explains to Occupy Wall Street Crowd How Marxist America Will Work - Redstate - Nearly a year ago, union appointees within the Obama Labor Department launched their ‘Death by a Thousand Cuts‘ initiative on America’s employers (obviously, not their name for it, but that is what it is).
Since then, American businesses (large and small)—those that are America’s job. The most fortunate of us, in our journey through life, frequently meet with calamities and misfortunes which may greatly afflict us; and, to fortify our minds against the attacks of these calamities and misfortunes, should be one of the principal studies and endeavours of our lives.
The most fortunate of us, in our journey through life, frequently meet with calamities and misfortunes which may greatly afflict us; and, to fortify our minds against the attacks of these calamities and misfortunes, should be one of the principal studies and endeavours of our lives.
James Howard Kunstler is the author of many books including (non-fiction) The Geography of Nowhere, The City in Mind: Notes on the Urban Condition, Home from Nowhere, The Long Emergency, and Too Much Magic: Wishful Thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation.
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