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Meet the Staff of Occupy Wall Street’s Downtown Manhattan Offices

From SCRIBE Bluey Reports: Lachlan Markay, December 6, 2011 – CNN had an interesting look last week at the “Occupy Wall Street” offices in downtown Manhattan. The fact that they have offices seemed noteworthy in itself, given that Occupiers frequently bill their protests as leaderless and completely decentralized.

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Occupy Wall Street Crowd Blind to Benefits of Capitalism

Like in ‘Life of Brian,’ protesters assume medicine, material goods will exist without the economic system that makes them possible.

From Business and Media Institute, By Gary Wolfram, November 11, 2011

Professor Gary Wolfram

Whenever I watch media coverage of another Occupy Wall Street event I am reminded of an exchange between Jewish protesters in the 1979 Monte Python movie Life of Brian. One of the protesters asks another what the Romans have brought to the area and the conversation goes like this: Continue reading →