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Occupy Conservatism

Occupy Wall Street is, like the Tea Party, a messy populist movement. The concern is real that it refuses to recognize an essential tragic component of human affairs: unfairness is the abiding fact of our condition
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Occupy Wall Street's Canadian Roots

TORONTO - With roots that reach as far as Cairo's fertile Tahrir Square, the protests roiling Wall Street will finally come full circle this weekend as they blossom in Canada, the country where they w...
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America's Indignados Should Occupy Wall Street

"Indignados" (the indignants) occupy city squares in Spain on a permanent basis, and now the Wall Street protests have taken root and will only grow in size and intensity. These protests, while poorly organized and rag-tag, will become the migraine of politics, not fatal but nagging and potentially dangerous.