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Shame on The Oklahoman

Leave it to the blathering puppet of billionaires to confuse a protest against the wealth and job-destroying bank robbers of Wall Street with the wealth and job-creating genius Steve Jobs. People should be mad. Thanks to The Man on Wall Street, this country lost $17.5 trillion in wealth from 2008-9, more than the bottom 90

Shame on The Oklahoman

Leave it to the blathering puppet of billionaires to confuse a protest against the wealth and job-destroying bank robbers of Wall Street with the wealth and job-creating genius Steve Jobs. People should be mad. Thanks to The Man on Wall Street, this country lost $17.5 trillion in wealth from 2008-9, more than the bottom 90

Rally in the Hills

In the back corner of Nichols Hills Drug, a man with gray hair and glasses worked to fill prescriptions, removed but aware and thankful for the flood of customers that had filled his store on a Saturday afternoon. “I just appreciate everyone coming out and showing up,” owner J. Black said from across the pharmacy

Expect more from Occupy

Occupy Wall Street has been criticized for many things — most commonly its lack of leadership and specific goals. But these are the very things giving it momentum. Its bipartisan, horizontal structure has kept it open to people of all occupations and political persuasions. Its lack of specific goals has created an inclusive atmosphere of

Occupy OKC

The Occupy movement, which started in New York City, has spread across the country, with similar protests popping up in cities from San Francisco to Chicago to Atlanta. Watch our interviews with protest organizer Jay Trenary and participant Tom Lucas: Video by Gazette online editor Matt Carney

Mobilizing the majority

“No one,” another replied as they walked toward a shade tree at a Sept. 30 meeting at Will Rogers Park. The protests on Wall Street in New York City have grown, and even spread to other cities around the country. And that’s what the crowd of about 150 hoped to do at the northwest Oklahoma

Rally to protest 10 years in Afghanistan

These two groups want to remind the public and legislators about the constant death in Afghanistan, and that this is the longest war in American history. The rally will be held from noon to 1 p.m., Friday at 100 N. Broadway Ave. on the plaza adjacent to the Chase Tower. Ret. Air Force Col. Katherine

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