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    Reflections on Occupy Wall Street, with photos, fun, and good wishes for the future. 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.

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Occupy Long Island occupies the courts (video and info)

Occupy Long Island visits the Federal Courthouse in CI Story and video at Long Island Press: here. Occupy Wall Street activists from Long Island participated in the “Occupy The Courts” January 20th action inspired by Move To Amend. Occupiers gathered outside the big, white, Federal Court in Central Islip. They were  protesting Citizens United, the recent […]

Murray Hill Incorporated is Running for Congress

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHRKkXtxDRA] http://murrayhillincforcongress.com http://www.facebook.com/pages/Murray-… Until now, corporations only influenced politics with high-paid lobbyists and backroom deals. But today, thanks to an enlightened supreme court, corporations now have all the rights the founding fathers meant for us. That’s why Murray Hill Incorporated is taking democracy’s next step– running for Congress.

Ballot Access News: Wealthy campaign donors appeal to Nancy Pelosi

from Ballot Access News Wealthy Campaign Donors Ask Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Support Public Funding Bill in Congress February 20th, 2010 The February 19 issue of California Watch has this article about a letter sent recently by wealthy campaign donors to Speaker Nancy Pelosi [a Democrat], asking her to support HR 1826 [Also referred to […]

Nader statement on Supreme Court decision: Time to rise up against corporate domination

Ralph Nader ran for President of the United States with the Green Party, and more recently as an independent candidates. The following statement was posted at Nader.org on Thursday, January 21. 2010: Statement of Ralph Nader on Supreme Court Decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission

Update on Emily’s List decision and other campaign finance matters

KW: The Green Party believes that one way to free our government from corporate control, is to tighten up campaign finance laws, for example not taking money from corporations or taking soft money from PACS. If I understand it, the position of some Libertarians is that any person or entity should be able to give […]

NY Times asks for financial reform in Albany

An overview of campaign finance and funding concerns in New York State government: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/30/opinion/30mon1.html?pagewanted=1&_r=2 Just one small item from a detailed article: “The average national limit for contributions in governor’s races is around $7,500 per election. In New York, the limit, if you can call it that, is $55,900 per person, more than the average […]

Rev Billy prophetic: Reports say Bloomberg spent $102 million dollars

On election day, November 3, 2009, a whimsical post appeared at the Reverend Billy for Mayor of NYC website. Reverend Billy’s campaign claimed that, since he had just won $100 million dollars in the lottery, Reverend Billy now had a fair chance to beat Mayor Bloomberg for Mayor. Here is the headline: “REV. BILLY TALEN […]

New White House Counsel is expert on campaign finance law

It seems like third party folks should be aware of this: from Ballot Access News New White House Counsel is Expert on Campaign Finance Law On November 13, President Obama formally announced that Bob Bauer will be the new counsel to the office of the President. Bauer is an expert on election law, especially campaign […]

For NYC elections: List of candidate contributions from “doing business” donors

Thanks to Elizabeth Benjamin at The Daily Politics for the link. From the NYC Campaign Finance Board website. Link with details: here. The chart lists candidates for Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate and Boro President, and how much money they took (and refunded) from entities doing business with the city government.

Fri. 9/4 on PBS: FEC/Campaign Spending/Hillary Movie Debate

from Ballot Access News Bill Moyers Journal Hosts Attorneys on Both Sides in Citizens United v FEC Case September 3rd, 2009 Bill Moyers Journal, a weekly interview show on Public TV, hosts two attorneys on the September 4, Friday evening broadcast. They are Trevor Potter and Floyd Abrams. Potter is a former FEC Commissioner who […]

An intriguing idea: Luxury tax on self-funded campaigns

KW: Imagine if this idea was applied to Tom Golisano? We might not have an Independence Party of NY. And, we might not have had a NY State Senate Coup! (excerpt from) PolitickerNJ Daggett proposes luxury tax on self-funded campaigns By Matt Friedman TRENTON — Independent gubernatorial candidate Christopher Daggett wants to institute a “luxury […]

Working Families Party private corporation skirts NYC Campaign Finance Laws

Six Council Campaigns, de Blasio Campaign, Discovered Using Working Families Staff, Resources In Test Of City Finance Limits Inner workings of secretive WFP for-profit company and multiple candidates’ operations revealed A complicated web of coordinated activities, shared resources and staff, and quiet money transfers between the Working Families Party, a secretive private company called Data […]

NY State Senator Espada: Problems with campaign committees

From the beginning of the NY State Senate coup — where the Republicans played procedural games, and colluded with two under-suspicion Democratic Senators to steal the majorityship — I have asserted that it was sad and a weakness that the two Democrat-traitors were Monserrate and Espada. Well, the Democrats have gotten and accepted Monserrate back. […]

Supreme Court rules on judges and campaign contributions

from Ballot Access News U.S. Supreme Court Issues Caperton v Massey Coal Company Opinion June 8th, 2009 On June 8, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in Caperton v Massey Coal Company, 08-22. The Court ruled 5-4 that when a judge receives very large campaign contributions from one side in a lawsuit, the judge […]