Sunday, October 16, 2011



AlterNet Newsletter


As Herman Cain Surges, Corporate Media Ignore His Koch Connections

As the GOP campaign progresses, David Koch, and his brother, Charles -- two of the richest men in America -- will likely be felt in ways large and small.READ MORE

Adele M. Stan / AlterNet

Andrew Breitbart's Pathetic Attempt to Smear Occupy Wall St.

Breitbart's latest attention grab illustrates just how afraid the right is of the 99% of Americans who are waking up to the injustice and corruption of the 1%. READ MORE

Mark Howard / AlterNet

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Eliot Spitzer: Why Occupy Wall Street Has Already Won

OWS brought the issues of equity, fairness, justice, income distribution, and accountability for the economic cataclysm front and center. READ MORE

Eliot Spitzer / Slate

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How the Right's Lame Attack on Occupy Wall St. Shows the Poverty of the Conservative Ideology

The Right's response offers us a microcosmic view of everything that's wrong with conservative discourse these days. READ MORE

By Joshua Holland / AlterNet


Fighting for Americans' Right to Dissent: A Review of 'Hell No'

Authors Michael Ratner and Margaret Ratner Kunstler examine the detrimental impact that criminalizing lawful dissent has had on social movements. READ MORE

By Mandy Van Deven / AlterNet


Obama's Crackdown on Medical Marijuana

The Justice Department shifts course and goes after California's lucrative pot industry. READ MORE

By Justin Elliott / Salon

Massive Marches on Wall Street as Protests Shake the World; Assange Speaks in London
By Julianne Escobedo Shepherd | AlterNet


Who Are the 1% And What Do They Do For a Living?
By Mike Konczal | New Deal 2.0


Robert Gates on the GOP's Breakdown and Failure at "The Basic Functions of Government"
By Steve Benen | Washington Monthly


Bush, Perry, Romney: Tales of the Noblesse Oblige
By BooMan | Booman Tribune

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