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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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Politics, Poetry, Music: Events this week to heal the world, invigorate the soul, and/or challenge power

There’s so much to do  in the world, I can hardly keep up with sharing the news… So, here are some (somewhat vague) mentions of things happening in the LI/NYC area over the next week that might heal the world and shift the Ch’i:

LI Dem Electeds Support Nuclear Power

IW:  No, this headline is not a throwback from 30 years ago.  Thought I can still remember  1980’s Assemblyman Pat Halpin (D) telling my Mom he supported Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant.  She told him he was crazy.  The other time I remember my Mom disagreeing with him was when he asked her to support Koch […]

Suffolk County: Today (Tuesday, Nov 17) started counting of absentee and paper ballots

With the races in Suffolk County that are too close to call from the November 2010 election, the absentee and paper ballots should have an important impact. Word is that the Suffolk County BOE was supposed to have started counting them today, Tuesday, Novemeber 17th. Background story on the Bishop/Altschuler recount for the 1st Congressional […]

Bishop & Alessi’s Chickens Come Home to Roost

Congressman Tim Bishop (CD-1) and New York State Assemblyman Marc Alessi (AD-1)have recently been de-elected  when it turned out that their election night vote counts were off by several thousand in their opponent’s favor in very close races. I have no sympathy for Congressman Bishop.  Congress shoved the awful “Helping America (not be able to) […]

Incredible development: Altschuler is actually the leader in 1st CD Altschuler/Bishop race

(excerpt from) Newsday Altschuler leads Bishop after voting machine re-canvass November 5, 2010 9:36 PM In the close House race on the East End, Republican Randy Altschuler moved ahead of incumbent Rep. Tim Bishop Friday after a re-canvass of voting machines. Altschuler leads Bishop, a Democrat, by about 400 votes, both campaigns said, citing data […]

Why is it such a close call for Dem Congressman Tim Bishop? (and other Suffolk County results)

11/6/2010 early morning update: Recanvas of machines shows that Altschuler (not Bishop) is actually ahead by 400 votes so far… Story: here. To find a list of Suffolk County election results, go to the Board of Elections website: here. For NY statewide and NY Congress results (including for Suffolk County districts), you can go to […]

Stony Brook University announces drastic cuts to Southampton campus/program

(excerpt from) The Southampton Press Stony Brook University will announce drastic cuts to Stony Brook Southampton by Will James / Apr 6, 10 7:11 PM Stony Brook University officials are proposing to slash spending on Stony Brook Southampton, effectively reducing operations at the 81-acre Shinnecock Hills campus to two buildings and pulling the plug on […]

Plum Island: Moving it good or bad and will it happen?

KW: Plum Island, a small island off the coast of Long Island, is an animal research center that the federal government operates. It is difficult to decide if closing it, cleaning it up, and moving it to Kansas would be good or bad. And, that means: Would it be good or bad for Long Island […]

Thursday in Long Island: Emergency Demo Against Bailout

Emergency Demonstration Against the Wall Street Bailout Thursday,  October 2nd NOON-2:00 PM At the Office of Rep Tim Bishop—

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: