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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

    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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DN!: Green Party Mayor Gayle McLaughlin on Chevron fire in Richmond, California

Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, a member of the Green Party, is seeking a full investigation into the Chevron fire.

Recalling SSM in NY: West, NYT & Maddow

But in 2003, when Mr. West became the first Green Party mayor elected in the state, he began to research whether he could marry same-sex couples. (Mr. West, who lost his first bid for re-election after the same-sex marriage fight, was recently restored to the mayor’s office at the ripe old age of 34.) via […]

Green Party Candidate for Rochester Mayor Alex White

h/t GPNYS I am Alex White and I am the Green Party Candidate for Mayor of Rochester. As many of you know this is a special election in many ways. It will be the first election since Howie Hawkins received enough votes to get the Green Party back on the ballot in NY. The Greens […]

Green Party of Monroe County: Questionnaire for Mayor Candidates

h/t gpnys,org The Green Party of Monroe County officially began its search for a candidate for Mayor of Rochester for the impending special election to be held March 29th.  As promised, the questionnaire is now available through their website in various formats at www.gpomc.org. The Greens will be taking completed questionnaires through January 16th.  Interviews […]

NYC Election Results: Rev Billy vote tally, etc.

At NY1 there is a chart with numbers for all the third party candidates in races including Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, all the way to City Council members. You can see how all the Green Party candidates in New York City did. For Mayor, with 98.4% of precincts reporting, Green Party candidate Reverend Billy Talen […]

Rev Billy Talen wins $100 million in lottery!

Well, since Reverend Billy was a performance artist before he was a candidate, I suppose this could be less than factual. But, it is posted at the Reverend Billy Talen for NYC Mayor campaign blog: Post is here Rev. Billy Talen Announces $100 Million Lottery Win! November 3, 2009 REV. BILLY TALEN ANNOUNCES $100 MILLION […]

“Reject Bloomberg on November 3!”, says ICE teachers union members

KW: I truly see independent and third party politics as a journey to freeing people from the regular, old choices. So, I love voting advice that inspires people, and makes them consider other options. I think that the way a group within the United Federation of Teachers [UFT] union instructs people to vote this year […]

How did Reverend Billy get to be a reverend (and a Mayor candidate)?

KW: Not sure how much this video will help with the Reverend Billy for Mayor of New York City campaign. Though, it is very cool and interesting. Lots of thoughts on religion, and what it means to be a pastor. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OtNc7OJ03w] Killing the Buddha editor Nathan Schneider talks with Billy Talen about the sequence of […]

Reverend Billy gets a blog endorsement

from Handy Instrumental The New Mayor of NYC (including a big photo of Reverend Billy with his choir behind him.) At first I didn’t care. “He’s fine.” I thought of Uncle Mike, “I don’t love everything that he does, but at least there are more bike lanes.”

At NYC Mayor debates, third parties rise up: Rev. Billy heckles; socialists ejected; lots of press coverage

Green Party Mayor candidate Reverend Billy Talen and other third party candidates were excluded from the October 13th Mayoral debate. Talen attended, heckled, and was escorted out of the venue. A commenter at the NY Times site says that two supporters of the Party for Socialism and Liberation candidate Frances Villar were also thrown out. Reverend Billy received extensive press coverage, including: The NY Times; The Daily News; Gotham Schools; Ballot Access News and The Village Voice.

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.

Mixed Blessings: Rev Billy in AP coverage of Pittsburgh G-20 protests

KW: The AP Story has a certain bias towards the status quo. The article paints an unflattering portrait of the anarchists. But, at least it blames “a small group” or anarchists of throwing things, rather than the hundreds of other protesters. (But, just another divide and conquer tactic?) Also, the story mentioned Reverend Billy Talen, […]

NYC Primary: Dem Mayor candidate will be William Thompson

(excerpt from) The Democrat Herald New York City Comptroller William Thompson Jr. has cruised to victory in the Democratic mayoral primary and will face billionaire incumbent Mayor Michael Bloomberg. With 62 percent of precincts reporting, Thompson had about 69 percent of the vote. City Councilman Tony Avella of Queens had 22 percent… Primary for Public […]

Reverend Billy gets coverage for stirring up youth!

(excerpt from) Good magazine Not Like Mike New York City’s oddball mayoral candidate Reverend Billy is mobilizing young voters in droves in his race for City Hall. He might not be able to beat the billionaire Michael Bloomberg, but he’s up for the fight. Reverend Billy Talen bursts onstage wearing a white tuxedo and a […]