I may or may not be posting on the 24th, 25th, 26th, and 27th. I'll be visiting family and having family visit and the like around those days, so I may not be able to post due to a lack of internet or a lack of time. We'll have to see how it goes.
-- Occupy Atlanta is placing some serious accusations on the city, saying that evidence has been suppressed and that the city has been spying on them. The city has denied these allegations, but court proceedings are making it difficult to deny. The city also denied the existence of some 800 pages of subpoenaed documents until a police officer testified under oath that the documents did exist.
-- [Chuck] When austerity methods are chosen, economic growth ceases. What kinds of problems can this cause? Take a look at this video as they walk you through austerity stricken Europe.
-- [Chuck] The apocalypse failed to show up, as most of us suspected would be the case. Here's an interesting video from NASA, explaining to all those who did believe "Why the World Didn't End Yesterday."
-- [Chuck] If the apocalypse would have been yesterday, there would have been at least one good thing to come of it. We would have had our debt wiped away. Here, Truth-Out imagines what it would be like if all the world's debt just disappeared.
-- Occupy LA has now filed a class action suit against the city for violations of their First Amendment rights and other civil rights violations. The suit alleges that police officers violated protesters rights, and documents injuries that were suffered by some of the roughly 200 activists during and after their arrests.
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