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This is Good. Talk about rights of people higher than rights of property or corporations.

This is key. Property is a quasi-right. (Check with a catholic theologian, he'll know what you mean) The common good is greater than the right of property. This is Good. Talk about rights of people higher than rights of property or corporations...

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Add to petition: ban individual influence on congress as well

Watch out; if you end corporate takeover of government, rich private individuals will just donate and influence directly instead of using their corporations... need to restrain both corporate and private greed corruption and influence in my humble opinion :)

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Who really started the fight with police? the peaceful people or undercover cops????

proof Occupy Oakland was infiltrated by cops before the riot 

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Social Media Leaders Meeting

I want to have a meeting with the leaders from each state's Wolf PAC on Twitter and Facebook. I'm thinking Google+ hangout would be fun, but I'm want to hear your opinions first. Does anyone have a better idea?

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DirecTV & FOX

FOX is asking DirecTV to pay 40% more for it's cable channels. DirecTV has threatened to cancel these FOX channels if the rate is not lowered:

You can email DirecTV and tell them you will not miss FOX channels and that you will definetly not pay more to watch FOX:

Pass it on !!!

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Our politicians are bought, and now they are caught.

This is just a small sample of the payoff's that are going on. 

1. Phil Gramm,  With the help of his friends in the Banking world, He was able to repeal Glass-Steagall. Then after mission accoplished he went to work for the very institution UBS that he was supoose to be regulating. Living a very good life from Bail out money me and you paid for..

Here is the cherry on top his biggest contrubutions came from, ya I'll give you 2 guess, but you will only need one ENRON!!!!

Look where these guys get there money from..

Phil Gramm


Judd Gregg. Now works for GS. 

City bank. Lockheed. GE. 

John Boehner.

GS. MS Paulson and CO..

Eric Cantor.

BAC.GS.Glenworth Fin.

Paul Ryan.

Pricewaterhouse GS. UBS.

Now this is why we need the money out NOW!! every one of these companys got a bailout from  US. Your Tax money went these guys bonuses.. and all these politicians were paid to make sure it happened..

Now do these guys represent us? I tro not!!

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Google Doc for Social Media in Each State

Google Docs are fantastic, you just click and enter your info. If you have started a WolfPac in your state, click on this link and enter your Twitter, Facebook,etc.  so we'll have it all in one place.  and keep on rockin in the free world, too

Click Here to add your Info

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WOLF PAC Illinois?

I will be at the Occupy Springfield IL rally today at the state capitol spreading the word about Wolf Pac. Is there a branch for our state yet? I would like to get involved.

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Question about these "Forums"...

How do you get videos to embed and play in your post? Also any update on a thread based forum? Anybody got one we can all use until this site gets one of it's own?

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Why Not Public Banking?

As an alternative to the Corporate Banksters, the idea of Public Banks has bloomed as an idea that can, along with the OWS upwelling for financial fairness, radically change the way the financial system works in America. It would return control of the Banks back to the people whom it‘s supposed to serve. This type of Banking has already been used in North Dakota successfully for almost a hundred years.

Author Ellen Brown writes about it on the ‘Public Banking Blog’ which can be found at  

There is a also great discussion of it in the video documentary “The Secret of Oz (by Mr. Bill Still)”. This can be found on Youtube.

Here follows a description of what public banks are, and are not, from “”.

Public Banks are ...

• Viable solutions to the present economic crises in US states.
• Potentially available to any-sized government or community
able to meet the requirements for setting up a bank.
• Owned by the people of a state or community.
• Economically sustainable, because they operate transparently according to applicable banking regulations
• Able to offset pressures for tax increases with returned credit income to
the community.
• Ready sources of affordable credit for local governments, eliminating the need for large “rainy day” funds.
• Required to promote the public interest, as defined in their
• Constitutional, as ruled by the U.S. Supreme Court

... and are not

• Operated by politicians; rather, they are run by professional
• Boondoggles for bank executives; rather, their employees are
salaried public servants (paid by the state, with a transparent pay structure) who would likely not earn bonuses, commissions or fees for generating loans.
• Speculative ventures that maximize profits in the short term, without regard to the long-term interests of the public.

These ideas are worthy of consideration.


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