Occupy Wall Street – The Evils of Capitalism
The “Occupy Wall Street” movement began in New York City in September, 2011. In the weeks that followed, the Occupy Wall Street message expanded to a few other cities, rolling into symbolic downtown locations where the “evils of capitalism” were blocking the progress of peace, equality, and justice.
Occupy Wall Street – The Importance of the First Amendment
The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations remind us just how important the First Amendment to the United States Constitution really is:
Occupy Wall Street – Ideology and List of Demands
Although Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are across the board on their leftist causes, it seems anger and disenfranchisement with “greedy capitalists” is the common thread. Beyond that, it’s difficult to comprehend an overall ideological position of those occupying Wall Street.
Here’s a “List of Demands” that was available on the Occupy Wall Street website on October 3, 2011:1
Occupy Wall Street – Freedom of Expression Provides Clarity for All
Thank God for the Occupy Wall Street “demonstrators” and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. It’s important to allow everyone to freely express themselves. Thank God these people have a public forum to peaceably present and defend their whacky ideas. Hard-working, freedom-loving people will be better for it.