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Occupy Wall Street: At Zuccotti Park, Conflict Arises Among Occupiers

Occupy Wall Street: At Zuccotti Park, Conflict Arises Among Occupiers

Commented Oct 23, 2011 at 13:38:15 in New York

“start with a constitutional amendment banning corporate money from political funding.”
Gary Shteyngart, Writer Of 'Super Sad True Love Story,' Talks Debt Default And American Decline

Gary Shteyngart, Writer Of 'Super Sad True Love Story,' Talks Debt Default And American Decline

Commented Jul 20, 2011 at 14:59:26 in Home

“it'll get better, even if it gets worse first. stay positive, do good.”
huffingtonpost entry

NASA Data Strengthens Reports of Toxic Rain on the Gulf Coast From BP Spill

Commented Mar 10, 2011 at 15:34:17 in Green

“The people of "The USA" cares. Our leaders do not.”
No on California Prop 23: Reversing Course on Climate Policy Is the Real Job Killer

No on California Prop 23: Reversing Course on Climate Policy Is the Real Job Killer

Commented Sep 17, 2010 at 19:27:20 in Green

“Well, let's see.
1) Green jobs are created by the companies who are emerging to provide low- or no-carbon power here in California. Most of them started, and reside here.
2) Californians pay more for energy for many reasons (including wholesale power manipulation by enron and others), and have done so for a long time.
3) Mr. Jones DOES live in California, and has for a long time. He knows firsthand the effect an emerging economy based on sustainable principles can have.
4) California alone is the equivalent to the 5th largest economy in the world. Anything we do in this state has an impact, and that includes our role as a laboratory for innovation.
5) I'm not sure if you've ever started a business in California or other states (I have, both), and I can tell you firsthand that anyone doing business in California is already used to the state being nowhere as business friendly as other states. Name me 3 (okay, 2. wait, just 1) specific example of an existing California business that will move if Prop23 fails. Chevron? GOOD RIDDANCE.”
No on California Prop 23: Reversing Course on Climate Policy Is the Real Job Killer

No on California Prop 23: Reversing Course on Climate Policy Is the Real Job Killer

Commented Sep 17, 2010 at 17:47:14 in Green

“Nuclear energy is already in use, has been for a long time, and isn't going anywhere any time soon. Even if we commit to using no new nuclear forever, the possibility of a major accident still exists. We'd be much better of committing to a sensible nuclear policy, and pursuing those technologies that can help reprocess all of that nuclear waste that is CURRENTLY sitting vulnerably in oil drums around the country.”
BP Takeover Coming? Stock Rises As Analysts Weigh Scenarios

BP Takeover Coming? Stock Rises As Analysts Weigh Scenarios

Commented Jun 30, 2010 at 19:19:17 in Business

“If this is a syndicated AP article, where's the original link?”