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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.

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

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Suffolk County Exec Levy Just Making Stuff Up

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPZZefbUNbY&feature=player_embedded] On October 30, 2006, Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy launched into a detailed rant about the undocumented mothers of US-citizen children, calling them “anchor babies” and fabricating a story about the closure of the maternity ward at Southampton Hospital. Here is the first audio clip in a series drawn from that speech. Statistics: –David […]

The Trials Giving Steve Levy Nightmares | Long Island Press

This case was small potatoes for the Westhampton Beach attorney, a mere four counts. The worst one is still to come: a 130-count indictment charging Guldi and a handful of others with $82 million in mortgage fraud that links S&M dominatrices in SoHo to real-estate hijinks in the Hamptons. The political ramifications of this upcoming […]

Concerns with bond rating and finances in Nassau County

On one level, this bond downgrading and any financial problems in Nassau County will become a blame-game between the new, Republican County Executive and the Democratic leaders there. Though, there is more to it than a major party,”he said-she said”. And, even though I am apathetic to political problems and political landscapes where there is […]

Action alert: Don’t let News12 throw away community comments

See a sample letter and News12 contact info at the bottom of this post. News clips below. News 12 created a community format to broadcast a recent “State of the County” message by Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy. According to Newsday, an aid at Steve Levy’s office gave a call to News12 and shut that […]

Nassau County: Suozzi concedes to Mangano

(excerpt from) Nassau News Live Suozzi Concedes Election to Republican Challenger Written by Timothy Robertson Nearly a month after Election Day, incumbent Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi conceded the election Tuesday to his Republican challenger, Nassau Legislator Edward Mangano.

Update: Mangano/Suozzi recount in Nassau

Update, Dec 1st: Suozzi concedes to Mangano. Democrat incumbent defeated by challenger. Story: here. _______________________________________________________________________ Thanks to the Times Union, New York state political blog, for the link. (Excerpt from) The New York Times Vote Recount in Nassau Approaches Completion By Angela Macropoulos / November 29, 2009 MINEOLA, N.Y. — Nearly three weeks after Election […]

Nassau County, LI: Republican challenger Mangano leads Democratic Party incumbent Suozzi

November 29th update: As per The New York Times: As of Wednesday [November 25], with all but a handful of the ballots counted, Mr. Suozzi trailed by 217 votes November 17th Update: As per this story at Long Island Press: “Mangano took the lead last week by 497 votes following a re-canvassing of voting machines. […]

Daily News comments on Steve Levy’s anti-immigrant joke

KW: Democratic Party politician Steve Levy is the Suffolk County Executive. Under his tenure, there have been many proposals and many controversies about getting tough on the immigration issue. In 2007, the Green Party of Suffolk County ran a candidate against Steve Levy, largely as a way to reject Steve Levy’s anti-immigrant stances and rhetoric. […]

Steve Levy picks new chief deputy: Christopher Kent

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy has named Christopher Kent as his new Chief Deputy.

Interesting news for Suffolk County politics

KW: The most interesting part of this news to me is the speculation. Wonder if this man is getting tired of defending Steve Levy and his anti-immigrant, conservative Democrat agenda? Pure wishful thinking on my part. But, I will try to follow up where Morgo goes next. And, I wonder who Levy will pick (and […]

Long Island Wins: Suffolk County, “We Work for You?”

For the full story by Kirby Einhorn: Long Island Wins :: We Work for You? Long Island WINS is a group dedicated to exploring the contributions of immigrants to the Long Island community and economy. They have a great post about the January 14th, Community Meeting, held by the County Executive’s Office. Was the meeting […]

Rally and public speaking at Suffolk County Legislature: Marcelo Lucero and Immigration Issues

KW: Today, Tuesay, December 2nd, I attended a morning vigil and rally to honor the life of Marcelo Lucero and to discuss ways that the government could have done and could do things better in regards to tolerance in Suffolk County. After the rally, many immigration activists spoke in the public portion, with various tributes […]

Report back from Hempstead march and vigil against hate

KW: Tonight, Saturday, November 22nd, there was a march, rally and vigil in Hempstead to commemorate the life of Marcelo Lucero and to call for an end to hate. Ian and I attended the first part, the march from the bus stop to Town Hall. (We had a memorial event we needed to attend, as […]

Updates on Lucero murder: Attackers face more charges/Billy O’Reilly defends Steve Levy

If you would like the latest updates and commentary on the murder of Marcelo Lucero and information on vigils and rallies, please consider checking in at www.longislandwins.com. It is difficult for us to keep up with the folks over there, and they are well-studied on the surrounding issues. Below are links to two important updates […]