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Labor's alliance with the fledgling Occupy Wall Street movement takes another step Thursday as the two groups join in pro-jobs rallies. It's a courtship that is simultaneously understandable, risky and perhaps a little disappointing.
Fireworks and accusations follow the 10th presidential debate hosted by CBS News and the National Journal, even though the Republican candidates went for the gravitas and steely polish Saturday night.
A musician serenaded oblivious world leaders, including President Obama, with a lengthy tribute to the Occupy Wall Street movement at a Pacific summit in Honolulu.
On Tuesday, "Atlas Shrugged: Part One" made its DVD and Blu-ray debut. On Friday, its producers acknowledged via the film's website that the synopsis included on more than 100,000 retail DVD and Blu-ray copies of the new release was marred by a glaring error.
Political humor trio Laughter Against the Machine is on a coast-to-coast tour they dub a "comedic peacekeeping mission to the most polarized quagmires" in the country. They'll be at the D.C. Arts Center on Thursday night.
Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in New York City went old school on Tuesday as activist musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash delivered a touch of Woodstock, plans for a march to Washington were unveiled and some participants practiced another kind of democracy _ voting.
Remember when Sarah Palin was accused of promoting "Tea Party violence" because she used an ad graphic depicting crosshairs on a map of the United States? On Wednesday, the Occupy Wall Street movement declared a general strike in Oakland, Calif. According to the Occupy Oakland website, the goal of their "anti-capitalist march" was to "shut down Oakland" and "blockade everything." This was no drawing - the violence was real.
There is a deeply disturbing message coming out of the Occupy Wall Street movement - one of the few consistent messages thus far. It is the same message President Obama and his political allies have hammered home for much of his administration. Simply put, it boils down to this: We must punish success; we must organize envy.
Thousands of protesters some naked except for pointed Robin Hood caps converged Tuesday on the French Riviera, urging the Group of 20 leading economies to focus on spreading global largesse on people instead of saving banks and pleasing financial markets.