Tag Archives: New York

'Occupy-a-desk' Jobs expo at Zucotti park

NEW YORK CITY, NY – In direct response to Occupy Wall Street, entrepreneur and Locatestock.com CEO John Tabacco, is offering Americans a chance to work by occupying one desk at a time with a Occupy a Desk All American Job Fest Expo at the former Occupy Wall Street camp, Zuccotti Park, on Monday December 12,… Read More »

Anonymous Threatens Revenge Against the NYPD and Mayor Bloomberg

The group Anonymous has answered the call from Occupy Wall Street to act for their cause. This is the YouTube description for this video: It is time to regain our credibility and destroy the NYPD and one man…MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG. They leave no question what the next steps will be for them. It will be… Read More »

Occupy Wall Street Gets Evicted [Video]

Early Tuesday morning, the NYPD cleared Zucotti park of the Occupy Wall Street protesters some 70 of them by arrest. The protesters were told that once the park was cleaned that they may return, but without tents, sleeping bags or other equipment that would indicate an intent to camp out on the privately-owned park. From… Read More »

Deadly East Coast Winter Storm Leaves Millions Without Power

The number of homes and businesses that have lost electricity in the North East has surpassed 3 million as a freakish October snow storm crossed the region over the weekend. The storm dumped more the 2 feet of heavy, wet snow in parts of New England causing flight delays, traffic accidents and extensive power outages.… Read More »

Texas, North Carolina and South Carolina Viewed as Best States for Business

California, New York and Illinois Ranked as Worst for Business NEW YORK, Sept. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Texas, North Carolina and South Carolina are viewed as having the best business climates among the 50 states, according to a new survey of U.S. corporate executives released here today. The poll pinpointed California, New York and Illinois as the U.S. states with the least favorable business climates. Conducted by… Read More »

Amodei Wins NV Special Election, Signals More Trouble for Obama

Across the nation on Tuesday night many eyes were on the special election in the New York’s 9th Congressional district as “citizen” candidate, Republican Bob Turner defeated his Democrat opponent David Weprin to win the vacated seat of disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner.  Turner became the first Republican in over 80 years to hold the seat.… Read More »

911 Remembered

Ten years ago on September, 11th, an icon of American capitalism was attacked and destroyed by Islamic Terrorists. The Twin Towers were not only representative of New York City’s modern architecture, but they were the symbol of America’s powerhouse economy, built in a country of freedom and liberty. That was before – this is now:… Read More »

Boy Scouts of America Honors Anniversary of 9/11 Through Service and Remembrance

In recognition of 10-year anniversary, Scout Surge 9/11 encourages units to serve communities and watch the film New York Says Thank You IRVING, Texas, Sept. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — For more than a century, the Boy Scouts of America has honored the United States during times of remembrance—encouraging all members to serve and contribute to the common good. Leading… Read More »

The Legacy of Margaret Sanger: A Black Holocaust

Background         Margaret Sanger (1879-1966, though her birth year is sometimes listed as 1883) has gone down in history as a worker for women’s health rights.  Her mother birthed 11 children suffering with the birth of each new child. Margaret became a nurse and worked with the poor on the Lower East Side of… Read More »

Some of America’s Infrastructure has Made in China Stamped on it?

With unemployment in California at 11.9% why on earth would they want to “outsource” the easiest jobs that can be created – construction jobs? The U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood had assured people in the U.S. that everything to do with all these infrastructure projects will be built using American Made products. Why is China… Read More »