Scribblings

For Truthout:

Quo Vadis Occupy? Mic Check on the State of the Revolution, 17 September 2012

Fact-Checking the Democratic Party Platform, 5 September 2012

Did the San Francisco Police Department Get Away With an Execution?, 25 July 2012

Police Kill Suspect; Occupy SF Activists Falsely Linked, 20 July 2012

March of the Unemployed Kicks off Two Projects in Oakland, 13 July 2012

Hunger/AIDS Medication Striker to Trinity Church: “Forgive Us Our Tresspasses,” 2 June 2012

NYC Cops Successfully Enforce Regime of Intimidating Dissidents and Press; Dozens Notice, 1 June 2012

From Pride to Shame: Vets Return Their Medals, 21 May 2012

Occupying Different Worlds: NATO and Its Citizens, 20 May 2012

Occupy Movement Wins Spate of Legal Battles, but Faces New Challenges Ahead as “NATO 3″ Face Terrorism Charges, 19 May 2012

CUNY Students Protest Tuition Increases Today for Tomorrow’s Students, 14 May 2012

Private F—ing Citizen Filpo of the First Civilian Division, 10 May 2012

New York Activists Ask Attorney General: “How Can We Help?”, 6 May 2012

The Department of Homeland Security Was Out of Bounds – for Two and a Half Hours, 3 May 2012

Across New York City, People Honor May Day (Part II), 3 May 2012

Across New York City, People Honor May Day, 1 May 2012

Real Talk, Not Hearsay, on the 99% Spring, 12 April 2012

Organizer: New York City Fare Strike Continues Trend of Militant Self-Organization, 2 April 2012

Veterans Peace Team Joins Occupy Wall Street, 16 March 2012

DHS Denied Louisiana Fusion Center Request for Federal Intelligence on OWS, 21 March 2012

SUV Burning Spurred Internal Debate at DHS on Its Role  Regarding Occupy, First Amendment Activity, 21 March 2012

Re-Occupation and Police Raid of Zuccotti Park Set Tone for Radical Spring, 18 March 2012

On Bank of America, Occupy Wall Street Has Told You So, 16 March 2012

Occupy the Department of Education: Just What Education Activists Were Looking For, 22 February 2012

We Are All Greeks Now, 21 February 2012

A Tale of One Activist’s Global Reach, from Pennsylvania to Bucharest, 10 February 2012

Interview With Chris Hedges About Black Bloc, 9 February 2012

Dissatisfaction With Komen Foundation Goes Beyond Planned Parenthood Break, 6 February 2012

South Bronx Community Rallies to End “Stop and Frisk,” 30 January 2012

The Old South Lives in Today’s DC: Exploitation Then and Now, 20 January 2012

Occupy DC: Empowering the 99 Percent, 18 January 2012

Occupy the Congress: Do You Smell a Rat?, 17 January 2012

Calling Out Telecom USA, 13 January 2012

Lesson From New Hampshire: The Powerlessness of the American Citizen, 12 January 2012

In New Hampshire, Occupiers Live Free or “Die-In,” 10 January 2012

Bird-Dogging the New Hampshire Candidates, 9 January 2012

“The Protester” Becomes Time’s Person of the Year, Wants More, 21 December 2011

Occupy Climate Change: Anjali Appadurai Says, “Get It Done,” 19 December 2011

Occupation 2.0: Occupy Wall Street Challenges Neighboring Church, and Capitalism, 18 December 2011

Can Broadened “Counterterrorism” Rules Open Door to Detain Peaceful Protesters?, 13 December 2011

Protesters Occupy Goldman Sachs, 12 December 2011

Occupy Wall Street Hunger Strikers, 8 December 2011

Occupy Our Homes, 7 December 2011

Why the “Left” Establishment Can’t Create Demands for the Occupy Movement, 5 December 2011

Occupy CUNY: Education Should Be Available to All, 4 December 2011

Occupying Wall Street and Tahrir Square: Two Feathers of the Same Bird, 1 December 2011

Vacant or Occupied: Where Do the 99 Percent Go When Nature Calls?, 28 November 2011

Occupying Jail, 21 November 2011

Brookfield Deploys Private Security Squadron to Liberty Plaza Park, 17 November 2011

A Tale of Two New York City Officials, 17 November 2011

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Regroup After Morning Raid on Zuccotti Park, 15 November 2011

Violence and Vandalism Don’t Threaten the System, Occupy’s Positive Image Does, 15 November 2011

War Is a Force That Pays the 1 Percent: Occupying American Foreign Policy, 14 November 2011

Washington Heights Residence Challenge Occupy Wall Street’s Reputation as a ‘White-Led’ Movement, 10 November 2011

We Are the 99 Percent – and So Is The Planet, 7 November 2011

How Do You Illustrate Corruption? Artist Rachel Schragis Explains, 5 November 2011

Revolution with a Chuckle, 2 November 2011

If It Bleeds, It Distracts: Police Brutality Threatens Occupiers’ Bodies - and Message, 1 November 2011

A Dose of Reality, or the 1 Percent Monetizes Protest against the 1 Percent, 28 October 2011

Occupying the Jewish Question, 27 October 2011

Occupy Writers: A Mirror of and a Stimulant for the Occupy Movement, 25 October 2011

“It Should Be Like This Everywhere”: The Free Economy of Liberty Plaza Park, 22 October 2011

Some Unsolicited Advice to the Democratic Party: Cave to Occupy Wall Street Movement, 21 October 2011

Terms of the Occupation, 17 October 2011

Anatomy of a Victory: Occupy Wall Street Wins a Big One, 15 October 2011

From the Plant to the Plaza: Hershey Students Visit Occupy Wall Street, 13 October 2011

Occupy Wall Street Takes the Upper East Side, 12 October 2011

Grounds for Common Cause Between Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party? An Interview With Timothy P. Carney, 11 October 2011

Occupying Wall Street: What Went Right?, 9 October 2011

“Arab Spring” Label Hampers Global Protests’ Solidarity Potential, 9 July 2011

For The Nation:

The Fracturing of Occupy Wall Street, 9 December 2011

For Salon:

Occupy’s Heiress, 17 March 2012

For AlterNet:

Hundreds of Medical Marijuana Supporters Protest Obama in Oakland as Feds Escalate War on Pot, 24 July 2012

Beyond Joseph Kony: 4 Other People Helping Ruin Uganda, 12 March 2012

Obama Administration Has Many Ties to Big Banks–And Protesters Occupying Wall Street Know It, 9 October 2011

Inside the Wall Street Protests: An Eyewitness Account of Police Crackdown on Peaceful Demonstrators, 25 September 2011

Ron Paul, Rick Perry and Other Right Wingers Want to Turn Back the Clock to 1900 — What Was Life Like Back Then?, 23 September 2011

Why Does the Right Adore Herman Cain?, 17 May 2011

For In These Times:

Riders of the ‘UndocuBus’ Have ‘No Papers, No Fear,’ 5 September 2012

In the Shadow of the DNC, Organizers Call for a Unionized South, 4 September 2012

Tee’d Off Greenskeepers Picket Oakland Country Club, 27 August 2012

Adbusters’ Call for Chicago Occupation Rankles Some in Movement, 27 January 2012

Occupy Wall Street Welcomes Solidarity — But Stays Leaderless, 6 October 2011

For Pacific Standard:

The Real Reason the Middle East is Rioting, 13 September 2012

For Bookforum:

Bookforum talks to Chris Hayes, 28 August 2012

For Idiom Magazine:

undun: The Roots reclaim hip-hop for the corner, 14 December 2011

For Global Comment:

Police Entrapment and the Explosion of the Occupy Wall Street Movement: An Eyewitness Account, 3 October 2001

Obama – The anti-FDR, 5 September 2011

For Foreign Policy in Focus’s “Focal Points” blog:

Asia Stands Poised to Join 2011′s Global Revolution, 22 December 2011

A Haggadah for AIPAC, 30 May 2011

Palestine: the Logical Locus of Les Onzards, 16 May 2011

Time to Sever the Saudi Ties That Bind, 27 April 2011

The Freedom to Offend: Pastor Terry Jones and Islam, 4 April 2011

Regime Change in Libya Could Undermine U.S. Diplomatic Leverage, 30 March 2011

Ed Schultz’s Transformation from Progressive Firebrand to Cruise-Missile Liberal, 27 March 2011

For The Busy Signal:

“Run, comrade, the old world is behind you!” 1968, 2011 and Revolutionary Solidarity, 22 February 2011

Diavlogs-

Mark Danner, 17 February 2011

Rob Prince, 27 January 2011

Jonathan Cristol, 10 October 2010

Religion-

Haha, You Dumb Fucking Assholes, 22 May 2011

Rethinking Hanukkah: The Dark History of the Festival of Lights, 1 December 2010

Labor-

Why Wisconsin Matters: A Response to Josh Barro, 10 March 2011

Contra Carney,26 February 2011

The Egyptian Revolution-

Soccer, Cabs and Revolution: The Egyptian Youth Movement Comes to NYC, 27 April 2011 (Re-post at Truthout)

Dispatches from My Couch, Pt. III – From Irhal to Mabrouk via Tahrir, 11 February 2011

Dispatches from My Couch, Pt. II – Democracy, Egypt and the Neo-conservatives, 6 February 2011

Dispatches from My Couch, 30 January 2011

American Politics-

Beyond Blood Libel: A Refudiation of Sarah Palin’s Lone Gunman Theory, 14 January 2011

The Progressive Case against Barack Obama, 20 December 2010

The Loss of Russ Feingold: Lamentable and Shameful, 3 November 2010

American Foreign Policy-

Because We Like Our Hamburgers Raw, 18 March 2011

How Is the Empire?, 8 March 2011

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