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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

    Thinking about Hong Kong? Reflections on the previous,NYS/US phase of the occupy/democracy spirit. eBook, Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? (Only $.99 !) In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.The collection of essays and blog posts records the unfolding of Occupy into the culture from September 2011 to the present.  Authors Kimberly Wilder and Ian Wilder were early supporters of Occupy, using their internet platforms to communicate the changes being created by the American Autumn.

    The eBook is currently available on Amazon for Kindle;  Barnes & Noble Nook;  and Smashwords independent EBook seller for 99 cents and anyone can read it using their Kindle/Nook Reader, smart phone, or computer.

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Are you a disgruntled Democratic Party or Republican Party member?

Posted by Kimberly Wilder: Zabby is a political friend and colleague of mine, for whom we share some views and a similar level of passion: Message from Zabby: Welcome… Disgruntled democrats and disgruntled republicans, both women and men, who are willing to wage a coalition of primaries in the 2011 upcoming election for 19 elected […]

Video: Sparrow for President

KW writes: Sparrow, famous among NYC poetry circles, is running for President of the United States (again). Below is an exclusive interview from back-stage at The Poetry Project’s annual New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon. About the video… Like this:Like Loading…

Want real change?: Third party options in the November 2010 Elections

Where to find third party, independent, and even write-in choices for the 2010 Elections:     For all US voters – A website which lists all statewide, Senate, and House of Reps candidates organized by state: Politics1.com For all US voters – A website with other voter information, including a searchable database: VoteSmart.org For all […]

Hofstra to 1/3 of Voters: Drop Dead, Again

Hofstra has a history of ignoring and/or dismissing third party candidates. At the 2008 Presidential, real, third party candidates were not allowed. This time, in 2010, Hofstra is hosting a “Renew New York Initiative” which is only inviting the two, major parties, and will be aired on Newsday/News 12, ironically, an oppressive media duopoly.

Specter leaves Republicans: Are Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins next?

(excerpt from) The Guardian UK Specter haunts the Republicans By Michael Tomasky at his Guardian UK blog Like this:Like Loading…

Election officials in Kentucky caught cheating on electronic voting machines

County election officials in Clay County, Kentucky arrested for allegedly fraudulently changing votes on vote-counting machine, during the 2008 Presidential Elections.

For Congress in Illinois: Thoughts on the Green Party

The background from the Green Party of Illinois web-site: The ILGP’s first ever non-presidential contested primary will be held on March 3, 2009, in the 5th Congressional District Special Election. All voters are invited to participate in the Green Party primary. Kimberly, who is NOT enrolled in the Green Party, but who holds green values, […]

Well-known professor publishes book on ballot access laws

Below is an article about a new study about how the Democratic Party and Republican Party work together in government to stifle and exclude third party participation. Thanks to Ballot Access News for always being on top of ballot access issues and dialogues. (excerpt from) Ballot Access News: Well-Known Economics Professor Publishes Book Blasting Restrictive […]

Voting FAQ for Louisiana, 2nd District Congress/3rd District State Senate

Update: 12/7/08: Anh “Joseph” Cao (Republican) won. Malik Rahim  got at least 3%.  The update on Wilderside is: here. More info on voting at bottom and in article: here 2008 Early voting in Louisiana is over! (It was Tuesday, Nov. 18th to Tuesday, Nov. 25th) Greens around the country have been focused on ways to […]

Voter fraud article by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Greg Palast: Drinking the ACORN Kool-Aid

(excerpt from OpEd News) Drinking the ACORN Kool-Aid: How cries of voter fraud cover up GOP elections theft By Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Greg Palast …Contrary to Mr. McCain’s assertions, the real threat to democracy is from the GOP itself. ACORN has served as a good distraction from Republican efforts to steal the vote […]

One Party System: Reps and Dems fail to run against each other

(excerpt from) Ballot Access News Republicans, Democrats Fail to Run Against Each Other in 39.5% of State Legislative Elections This November October 24th, 2008 One of the scandals of elections in the United States is that the Democratic and Republican Parties field so few nominees for state legislative posts…(rest of story at BAN here.) Like […]

Young people: Choosing no party or third parties

Many young voters not picking political parties By KEVIN HAAS GateHouse News Service Posted Oct 19, 2008 @ 01:14 AM Although a record number of young people is expected to vote in the upcoming election, they’re not necessarily choosing sides. “There are so many things wrong with the Republicans and Democrats that, picking a party, […]

NY 2008 Presidential Election Ballot with FAQ

2012 Prez Update: 2012 Presidential Candidates(in New York) for 2012 are listed and discussed at our new post: here The ballot will not be set in New York State for the November 2012 general elections until: October 2nd. _________________________________________ 2010 Update: NY Governor Race 2010 Certified ballot for 2010 New York Governor race is at […]

How did your Congressperson vote on the Bailout?

Thanks to Green Party Watch for finding this link. It is a roll call vote of how members of Congress voted on the corporate/bank bailout. Pulled the record for NY and put at the read more. http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5iE1r_DuYH2j4rBy8JqBaVQ40MiOQD93GJ5H04 In New York: Like this:Like Loading…

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