From:   Justine <justine@occupywallst.org>
Sent time:   Thursday, November 03, 2011 10:44:13 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com; pr-working-group@googlegroups.com; beka economopoulos <beka@notanalternative.net>
Subject:   [september17discuss] Re: [OWS PR] Fwd: #OWS Daily Roundup 11/3
 

This is good stuff! Could I get a temperature check on posting things

like this to the website?

 

On Thu, 03 Nov 2011 12:27:54 -0400, beka economopoulos

<beka@notanalternative.net> wrote:

 

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>

>

> *#OWS DAILY ROUNDUP*

>

> *A look at the day's news, opinions and stories of the protests on Wall

> Street and beyond*

>

>

>

> Huffington Post (Michael McAuliff, Max Rosenthal): Occupy’s message gains

> momentum in Congress with Wall Street Trading Tax

> bill<http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/02/occupy-wall-street-congress_n_1071745.html>

>

>

> Occupy Wall Street is finding a louder voice in Congress as lawmakers

> invoked its rhetoric repeatedly Wednesday in attempts to crack down on

> speculation, punish dangerous mine operators and pass a jobs bill.

>

>

> NY Post (Editorial): Time to throw the bums out of Zuccotti

> Park<http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/editorials/time_to_throw_the_bums_out_sLMqzwIGFNZVxQRFashrUO>

>

>

> Time's up: The Zuccotti Park vagabonds have had their say - and trashed

> lower Manhattan - for long enough. They need to go. Be it voluntarily -

> by

> packing their tents and heading off in an orderly fashion. Or by having

> the

> NYPD step in - and evict them. But go they must: Their lease on Zuccotti

> Park has expired. And it's their own fault.

>

>

> NY Daily News Blog (Celeste Katz): Pols say things looking up in OWS

> nabes<http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailypolitics/2011/11/pols-say-things-looking-up-in-ows-nabes-updated>

>

>

> The city's already taking action on one of the politicos' demands --

> removing some of the barriers set up in lower Manhattan so residents and

> businesses can go about their day in a semi-normal way. And the pols say

> they're giving credit where credit's due.

>

>

> The Nation (Richard Kim): The audacity of Occupy Wall

> Street<http://www.thenation.com/article/164348/audacity-occupy-wall-street>

>

>

> Like a lot of the young protesters who have flocked to Occupy Wall

> Street,

> Joe had thought that hard work and education would bring, if not class

> mobility, at least a measure of security (indeed, a master’s degree can

> boost a New York City teacher’s salary by $10,000 or more). But the past

> decade of stagnant wages for the 99 percent and million-dollar bonuses

> for

> the 1 percent has awakened the kids of the middle class to a national

> nightmare: the dream that coaxed their parents to meet the demands of

> work,

> school, mortgage payments and tuition bills is shattered. Down is the new

> up.

>

>

> Slate (Josh Voorhees): Oakland OWS protests again turn

> violent<http://slatest.slate.com/posts/2011/11/02/occupy_oakland_general_strike_ows_protesters_try_to_shutdown_por.html>

>

>

> What was generally a peaceful demonstration in Oakland on Wednesday

> turned

> violent overnight, with police using tear gas for the second time in two

> weeks as officers clashed with a small group of demonstrators.

>

>

> See Also:

>

> Associated Press: Occupy protests go from peace to

> ‘chaos’<http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57317465/occupy-protests-go-from-peace-to-chaos/>

>

>

>

> CNN (Chris Isidore): OWS stages walk-out of Harvard econ

> class<http://money.cnn.com/2011/11/02/news/economy/mankiw_harvard_ows/>

>

>

> An Occupy Wall Street group at Harvard University staged a walk-out

> Wednesday afternoon of the introductory economics class of Greg Mankiw, a

> former Bush administration economic advisor now working with Republican

> presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

>

>

> Politico (Patrick Gavin): Wall Street will ‘occupy’ social

> media<http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1111/67510.html>

>

>

> If rage against Wall Street and economic inequality is fueling the

> “Occupy”

> movement, its conduit to the masses (and each other) is social media— and

> Twitter in particular. That message has been heard - by the other side.

> The

> New York Stock Exchange is making Friday “Social Media Day” (the first of

> its kind for the exchange) when various politicos and social media

> experts

> will gather just blocks away from Zuccotti Park to discuss how Wall

> Street

> can more effectively utilize social media.

>

>

> Huffington Post (Joe Lapointe): Meet some of the OWS

> protesters<http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joe-lapointe/occupy-wall-street-meet-protesters_b_1072718.html>

>

>

> On a ledge at the edge of Zuccotti Park on Monday afternoon sat a neatly

> groomed young man wearing casual pants and a clean, light jacket. He held

> two large graphs showing the distribution of wealth over the last several

> decades. They illustrated how a growing and disproportionate share has

> gone

> to the richest 1 percent.

>

>

> CNN (Annalyn Censky): Bernanke chides Occupy Wall Street

> ‘misconceptions’<http://money.cnn.com/2011/11/02/news/economy/bernanke_occupy_wall_street/>

>

>

> America's top central banker "sympathizes" with the Occupy Wall Street

> protesters and thinks many of their frustrations with the sluggish

> economy

> are "understandable." But there's one complaint Ben Bernanke does take

> issue with: the backlash against the Federal Reserve.

>

>

> Huffington Post (Michael Hunt): Iowa activists: ‘Occupy Wall Street is

> the

> third

> party’<http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-j-hunt/occupy-desmoines-to-make-_b_1072295.html>

>

>

> This revolution probably will be televised. Representatives of Occupy Des

> Moines on Monday announced their intention to occupy the January 3 Iowa

> Caucuses. But first, they plan to make their presence felt at the

> campaign

> headquarters of presidential candidates.

>

>

> CNN (Kevin Liptak): More Americans supporting Occupy Wall

> Street<http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/11/03/more-americans-supporting-occupy-wall-street/>

>

>

> As Americans learn more about Occupy Wall Street, they are becoming more

> supportive of the movement's positions, according to a new poll from ORC

> International.

>

>

> Associated Press: 78 Occupy protesters arrested in September due in NYC

> court<http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/78-occupy-protesters-arrested-in-september-march-due-in-nyc-court-thurs/2011/11/03/gIQAz6eehM_story.html>

>

>

> Dozens of Occupy Wall Street protesters are packed into a Manhattan

> courtroom for a hearing on their September arrests. Thursday marks the

> first court date for 78 demonstrators arrested while marching from their

> lower Manhattan base to Union Square on Sept. 24. Police said the

> protesters were blocking traffic. Most were arrested on disorderly

> conduct

> charges, and a few on resisting-arrest charges.

>

>

> NY Post (Marsh, Goldenberg, Fredericks): Raging shop owners claim OWS

> scares away

> customers<http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/other_fires_back_E1b8ws44xTI4JYusREJC4M>

>

>

> The protesters have had their say -- and now hard-working New Yorkers

> want

> to be heard. Backlash against the chaos caused by Occupy Wall Street

> intensified yesterday, as outraged family-business owners near Zuccotti

> Park complained that their rights were being trampled on in the name of

> free speech for the ragtag demonstrators.

>

>

> NY Post (Jamie Schram): Protester busted in tent grope, suspected in rape

> of other

> demonstrator<http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/protester_busted_in_tent_grope_QxAzp8mG8pULWA6cPzgnXL>

>

>

> An Occupy Wall Street kitchen worker has been charged with groping one

> female demonstrator -- and is a suspect in the horrifying rape of

> another,

> law-enforcement sources told The Post.

>

>

> The Brooklyn Ink (Michael Wilner): Food for OWS cabbed in from Boerum

> Hill<http://thebrooklynink.com/2011/11/02/34314-food-for-ows-%E2%80%9Ccabbed-in%E2%80%9D-from-boerum-hill/>

>

>

> Even diehard true-believers have to eat, and for those in the Occupy Wall

> Street protest, that means eating food prepared not in Manhattan, but in

> Brooklyn.

>

>

> Time (Aylin Zafar): Occupy Wall Street, the coloring

> book<http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/11/03/so-this-exists-occupy-wall-street-the-coloring-book/>

>

>

> Wondering the best way to explain Occupy Wall Street to your 9-year-old?

> How about a coloring book? Out today, “Occupy” is a 36-page coloring book

> depicting the events and opinions surrounding the Occupy movement.

>

>

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