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Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon Sing Anti-Fracking Song on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

Lennon launches celebrity and artist anti-fracking site hours before interview.
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Atheists Darken D.C.

It’s interesting that our secular, religion-mocking media mostly skipped over this rally like one steps around a ranting homeless person. Their kind of secular, religion-mocking rally was ...
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Occupy the New York Times! Editor Meeting Greeted With Silent Union Protest

What are the chances that this particular clash of the 1% and the 99% will result in a sanctiomonious news storyin the Times? The New York Times Co. is freezing pensions for some employees even ...
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Occupying the Classroom: NYU to Offer Class in Occupy Wall Street

Media's favorite protest to become a college course, despite irony of OWS classroom walk outs and protests of student loans.

Occupy Wall Street Nothing Like Tea Party

Lefty protests filled with anti-Americans, Communists, Socialists and Anarchists who all want 'revolution' and to 'f*** the USA.'
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Networks Won't Admit Occupiers Want 'Socialist' Revolution

Marxism abounds at Wall Street protests, but ABC, CBS and NBC barely mention call for anti-capitalist revolt.

$3.6 Million from Soros Aids Groups That Support, Promote Occupy Wall Street

Liberal billionaire behind left-wing organizations and media celebrating anti-capitalist protests.

Media Embrace 'Noble' Extremists Occupying Wall Street, Ignore Radicalism 88% of the Time

Communists, anarchists and revolutionaries fight to destroy capitalism, while journalists praise the 'Zen-like' encampment.

Occupy Wall Street: Not Just Another Smelly Liberal Protest

Real pain for some lies beneath the anger, angst and media love.

'Tens of Thousands' at Lefty Rally in D.C., but Times Avoided Specifics for Tea Party, Beck

Labor reporter Steven Greenhouse led his story on the left-wing "One Nation" rally with a specific and generous crowd estimate. Yet the Times didn't get into specifics when it came to far larger ...
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