Occupy Wall Street

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Top 10 Lefty and Media Attacks on Business of 2014

From attempts to shut down shopping on Black Friday, to schemes to end the U.S. coal industry, liberals and the media showed their true anti-capitalist colors this year.
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People’s Climate March Gets 4.5 Times as Much Network Attention as March for Life

Broadcast networks also ignore radical anti-capitalists, socialist backers and calls for ‘revolution’ at climate march.
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‘Snowpiercer:’ A Train Ride Through the Horrors of Liberal Extremism

Liberals see only ‘class warfare’ in this Korean thriller, most ignore villain’s embrace of radical left-wing views.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren: It’s ‘Dangerous’ to Want 'Big Government' to Disappear

Liberal praised by media as fighter for the middle class targets corporations, banks, conservatives and billionaires.
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AP, The Hill Ignore How Supreme Court Disruptor Was Inspired By Occupy Wall Street

The Associated Press and The Hill both reported on Noah Kai Newkirk shouting down the Supreme Court justices in their chamber, but ignored his far-left political affiliation. On Thursday, the wire ...
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HuffPo Live Celebrates OWS on Two-Year Anniversary

Interviews reveal occupiers’ extremism that was often ignored by news media.
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Occupy Wall Street Documentary Promotes ‘99%’ Just in Time for OWS Anniversary

Newly released Sundance film celebrates the ‘inspiring’ legacy of the anti-capitalist movement.
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Special Report: Columbia University

Soros Funds Next Generation of Liberal Journalism
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‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Perpetuates Negative Stereotype of Wall Street

Hollywood continues to push Occupy Wall Street themes in films.
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Movies Celebrate Occupy Wall Street as Anarchists and Thieves Target Businesses

From one man’s ‘Assault on Wall Street,’ to eco-anarchists, to illusionists robbing banks, anti-business ideals live on ... screen.
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