Sunday, November 6, 2011
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Rose Scott, Professor Emeritus from University of Wisconsin - Parkside, speaks out against SB 207.
Interesting. Important. This is what is happening down on Wall St. This article is an eyewitness account of the newly founded "Spokes Council". I obviously wasn't there, so i can't comment on whether i agree or disagree with what this article states, nor can I determine what is spin and what is not. http://globalresearch.ca/index
Maca Petrović via Scott Walker Is a Douchebag
A group of Capitol protesters sued the state Department of Administration on Friday alleging that a state administrative rule that bans signs and banners from state buildings is unconstitutional.
Anyone have thoughts on how to organize an action around this? In the Declaration put out by OWS, food/farming policy was on the list of issues. I know lots of occupiers that see this as a big issue. From this article the Congress is using the fact that we are so focused on the banks to get this horrible plan through. Not that being focused on the banks is not hugely important, just hoping someone has some wonderful ideas to take to the GA.
"Our "crime"? Carrying a sign with the First Amendment on it into an open meeting of the Toledo City Council."
markcrispinmiller.com | ALERT! Major vote on labor rights this Tuesday in Ohio—& the 1% is poised to STEAL it!
Will the 1% steal Ohio’s labor rights referendum?
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
November 6, 2011
Tuesday’s most important vote is the repeal of Ohio’s vicious anti-labor Issue 2.
Polls show the repeal winning by 25% or more. But will it—like the 2004 presidential election—be stolen by the 1% intent on crushing working people and stealing huge sums of money?
Like Wisconsin’s millionaire assault on the bargaining rights of public unions, the thoroughly bought Ohio legislature has passed a draconian law aimed at crippling the organizing ability of working people. Read More Here it!
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