Eric Cantor – “Raise Taxes On The Poor “

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor wants to cut taxes on the rich and raise them on the poor.

“Occupy” protesters interrupt Santorum

Rick Santorum on Monday said the Occupy movement represents “true intolerance” after a handful of protesters shouted through his entire event in Tacoma, Wash.

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Romney thugs throw out the 99% from his CPAC 2012 speech

Here is just another taste of what a Romney Presidency would ultimately look like.  He has no clue what the 99% are going through, and he tends to see America through altruistic rose colored glasses.  It doesn’t matter that millions are out of work and millions more are losing their homes, as long as his dividend checks keep rolling in, all will be fine.  Check out footage of the 99% getting roughed up and ejected from Romney’s 2012 CPAC speech.

Rick Sanchez: The power of us is becoming more powerful than money in politics

From the GOP debates to the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act, there are many different things going on in the US. From the Occupy Wall Street protests, to the thousands of websites protesting SOPA and PIPA yesterday, it is evident Americans are looking for change.

Occupy the New Hampshire Primary Granny D’s Last Speech read by 90 year old Occupier!

A 90 year old Occupy sympathiser reads Granny D‘s final speech, a work written before the beloved New Hampshire proponent of campaign reform passed away.

Your Moment of Clarity – “The FINAL Word On 2011: A Year In Review”

I throw the final shovel full of dirt on 2011 by taking you through the highlights and lowlights and more lowlights. If it was important this past year, I cover it.

American’s Be Fruitful and OCCUPY!!!

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Occupy 101 – The 7 Biggest Economic Lies – a lesson by Robert Reich

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Occupy Movement Steps Up Activism in Iowa with Pre-Caucus Focus on GOP Race

The Occupy movement is making its presence felt in Iowa ahead of the Iowa Caucus — the nation’s first nominating contest for the 2012 presidential elections. Demonstrators have targeted the Iowa Democratic Party headquarters and the “Obama for America” office in recent days, protesting measures being considered in Washington dealing with defense spending, a planned oil pipeline and jobless benefits. Next they plan to focus on Republicans who will be crisscrossing the state in the next two weeks seeking voters’ support. “We think that we have a right to — a constitutional right — to state our purpose and to call for, and to address grievances that we have with the government and the corporate control of the government,” says Hugh Espey, the executive director of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, a 36-year-old grassroots organization with some 4,000 members. “These sorts of protest are going to continue until we have a system that puts people before profits and communities before corporations.”

MIC CHECK! Ole’ Newt gets OCCUPPIED at the University of Iowa

Protesters interrupt Newt Gingrich during his speech at the University of Iowa.

The Best MIC CHECK!!! so far – The 99% Crashes Newt Gingrich’s DC Fundraiser

MIC CHECK!!!  Well good ole Newt finally gets dealt with specifically, thanks to some ingenious Occupy protesters!   No 1 %er is safe.  We ARE the Boogie-men of they’re nightmares, a growing force, a growing voice, standing up to the excesses and corruption of the elite.  THIS is what Democracy looks like! – Occupy Cyberspace-American Autumn

(TPM) Last night, GOP presidential primary candidate Newt Gingrich held a fundraiser at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. But the former House speaker was greeted not just with big money donors but by activists from “Take Back the Capitol,” a coalition of community and labor groups that have been conducting protest actions in the nation’s capital this week.

On Thursday, December 7, a few dozen protesters snuck into a fundraiser for GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. The protesters chanted “We are the 99 percent!” and disrupted the event before being ejected by the Willard hotel’s security.

About 25 protesters entered the event with the purpose of asking Gingrich to meet with the “99 percent outside” rather than the “one percent inside contributing thousands to his campaign.” Demonstrators chanted “We Are The 99 Percent!” before being ejected by security.

byBy Zaid Jilani