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Social Agitators

The “Occupy Wall Street” Contagion

October 3, 2011

I haven’t posted on the “Occupy Wall Street” movement yet simply because I thought it would be a mere flash in the pan, but since September 17th the rubes have stuck with it, even getting arrested trying to “occupy” the Brooklyn Bridge.  It was those 700 arrests that have seemed to galvanize this boiler-plate anti-capitalist [...]

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Obama’s Army of Union Thugs

September 6, 2011

Here’s more lowering the rhetoric from the union left (on Labor Day of all times): No comment from Obama, who attended this event and spoke following Hoffa.  Why would he?  These thugs are one of the few constituencies he has left.

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Israeli Protesters Demand Their Goodies Too

September 4, 2011

With the United Nations on the verge of royally screwing Israel by arbitrarily declaring Palestine an independent state (by the way, who will run it, Hamas or Fatah?), the recipient middle class across Israel has been taking to the streets to demand “social justice” and economic reforms from the Netanyahu government.  The protesters want, among [...]

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London’s Droogs

August 14, 2011

I couldn’t help but comment on the clever article “Britain Burns the Colour of ‘A Clockwork Orange’” because it offers some parallels between the London rioters and Anthony Burgess’ 1962 book turned subsequent 1971 Stanley Kubrick film, showing how a society which has completely failed its youth turns near totalitarian to fix the problem. In [...]

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