Wikipedia Leaves GoDaddy Over Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)

Wikipedia no longer wants to be hosted by GoDaddy.com because the domain registrar has showed support for the Stop Online Piracy Act which Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales opposes. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks.

 

Occupy Needs a Kos Blitz on FoxNews.com Survey

Camille Etchison on Occupy Wall St.'s facebook page found this survey on foxnews.com that asks:

Do 'Occupy Wall Street' protesters represent your views about the nation's economic problems?

     Maybe. I am not even sure what they want.
     No. They have no idea how jobs are created or how a free-enterprise system works.
     Yes. These folks are right about corporate greed and what's happening to the little guy.
     Other (post a comment).

Camille Etchison asks us to

"FLOOD IT!!! SPREAD IT EVERYWHERE; YOU CAN RE-VOTE."

I agree. I think this site needs a good old fashioned Kos Blitz. Click on the link below and it will take you to the survey.

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/10/07/do-occupy-wall-street-protests-represent-your-views-economy/#ixzz1gZMsH1R8

 

 

Occupy Needs a Kos Blitz on FoxNews.com Survey

Camille Etchison on Occupy Wall St.'s facebook page found this survey on foxnews.com that asks:

Do 'Occupy Wall Street' protesters represent your views about the nation's economic problems?

     Maybe. I am not even sure what they want.
     No. They have no idea how jobs are created or how a free-enterprise system works.
     Yes. These folks are right about corporate greed and what's happening to the little guy.
     Other (post a comment).

Camille Etchison asks us to

"FLOOD IT!!! SPREAD IT EVERYWHERE; YOU CAN RE-VOTE."

I agree. I think this site needs a good old fashioned Kos Blitz. Click on the link below and it will take you to the survey.

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/10/07/do-occupy-wall-street-protests-represent-your-views-economy/#ixzz1gZMsH1R8

 

 

December 6: National Day of Action

Access to an affordable home under fair and sustainable terms is crucial to our economic security and central to the American Dream. But misconduct by banks and lenders, inadequate rules and enforcement, and record unemployment rates are robbing millions of Americans of their homes and security while ravaging whole communities and holding back our national recovery.

Clear solutions exist that can prevent foreclosures and restore communities today while repairing the American Dream into the future. As the Occupy movement focuses on home opportunity, with a National Day of Action to address the foreclosure crisis on December 6, The Opportunity Agenda has launched "Thirteen Things America Can Do to Stop Foreclosures and Fulfill the American Dream," a summary of effective solutions that can save homes, restore neighborhoods, and fulfill the American Dream. This document states in plain language who must do what to ensure home opportunity for all Americans. Click here to learn more.

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Remembering What Occupy Stands For

I was trying to think of ways that we could remember the basic tenets of the Occupy movement so that when people ask what we stand for we can more easily recall them. In this way we don’t spend time arguing over the things that are being yelled at us (lazy, socialist, get a job, bums, etc.) and keep the conversation about what is really important.

What I thought we could use to help us is our hands as we do with our hand signals together with some easy to remember mnemonic devises. My idea started with the convenient fact that we all have ten fingers. This can be the beginning reminding ourselves first that we have ten basic tenets.

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