The frustration of the Occupiers

From Asians now lead Latinos in annual immigration By Michael Matza, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer Asians have surpassed Latinos in annual immigration to the United States, a demographic watershed reflecting the recent decline in illegal immigration from Mexico, and increased demand for highly skilled workers from such nations as India, China, and South Korea. In …

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The Great Unwashed return to New York

Now that spring is in the air — your editor has seen the first robins of spring at his home now — and it won’t be quite so cold and miserable camping out in New York City, the Occupy protesters are returning to their fruitless protests: NYC Activists Differ on Occupy’s Direction By KAREN MATTHEWS …

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Occupy Wall Street: “Aus jeder nach seiner Bereitschaft zu arbeiten, jedem nach seinem Willen zu nehmen.”

Thanks to Sharon, I found this one: Occupy Group Faults Church, a Onetime Ally By Matt Flegenheimer Published: December 16, 2011 For months, they were the best of neighbors: the slapdash champions of economic equality, putting down stakes in an outdoor plaza, and the venerable Episcopal parish next door, whose munificence helped sustain the growing …

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Cutting off their noses to spite their faces

Flash Player 9 or higher is required to view the chartClick here to download Flash Player nowView the full GS chart at WikinvestHaving worn out their welcome in America’s largest, Democrat-controlled cities, the “occupy” protesters have selected a new target: major American cargo terminals. Goldman Sachs Top Target of Occupy Protests at West Coast Ports …

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Even the Democrats are getting tired of the Occupiers

The Democrats fairly quickly saw the Occupy Wall Street and derivative Occupy protests around the nation as a politically exploitable movement, their version of the 2010 TEA Party demonstrations that helped the Republicans make such significant gains in the 2010 elections. But there was a problem: the Occupiers were nothing like the TEA Partiers, and …

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