Expose Occupy

BU Law Professor/'Civic Activist' Jules Levine, Announces His Bid For Barney Frank's Upcoming Seat: Levine, with six unsuccessful runs for public office under his belt, has been an 'activist' for Occupy Boston over the past few months, offering legal expertise.

With Barney Frank’s impending retirement, competition is beginning for his seat, and a BU Law professor and civic activist from Brookline is among those throwing their hat into the race: Julius “Jules” Levine.  (more…)

International Journal of Socialist Renewal: 'Occupy and the tasks of socialists.'

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Occupy is a once in a lifetime opportunity to re-merge the socialist and working-class movements and create a viable broad-based party of radicals, two prospects that have not been on the cards in the United States since the late 1960s and early 1970s. The socialist left has not begun to think through these “big picture” implications of Occupy, nor has it fully adjusted to the new tasks that Occupy’s outbreak has created for socialists. In practice, the socialist left follows Occupy’s lead rather than Occupy follow the socialist left’s lead. As a result, we struggle to keep pace with Occupy’s rapid evolution. (more…)

Former Manchester state representative and current anti-nuclear lobbyist Bob Stannard, has created a Super PAC of his own. To support 'progressive candidates,' and the 'ideals' of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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Former Manchester state representative and current anti-nuclear lobbyist Bob Stannard is adamantly opposed to the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, but that hasn’t stopped him from founding a Super PAC of his own to support progressive candidates and the ideals of the Occupy Wall Street movement. (more…)

Frances Fox Piven one of the co-authors of the radical extreme 'Cloward-Piven strategy' has published an article, calling for the Occupy Wall Street movement to re-invigorate itself by recruiting the poor.

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Occupy Wall Street has thrust the issue of extreme inequality into the spotlight. The movement has spread so quickly and alarmed politicians not because of its rather small encampments but because its message resonates. Most people know, or at least half-know, that our problem is growing inequality, and they also know that government is complicit in the financially driven capitalism that is in the driver’s seat. The slogan “We are the 99 percent” stresses our commonality and lays the basis for a movement ethic of democracy, inclusion and solidarity. This is a big and welcome step. After all, we need an ethic that goes beyond the incessant liberal (and union) talk of “the middle class.” (more…)