Lee Stranahan

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Hugo Chávez's Love Affair with Occupy Wall Street

The late Hugo Chavez was an early and ardent supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement, an affinity that will surprise few who have even a passing familiarity with either Chavez or leftist movements in the United States. Chavez publicly praised the movement, spoke out against what he referred to as repression, and even sent a public relations emissary to Zuccotti Park. Mar 6, 2013 3:25 PM PT

The Black Bloc Blows Up In Egypt

With protests in Egypt reaching a fever pitch, a new element has appeared for the first time: Black Bloc protesters using the same violent anarchist attacks against the Muslim Brotherhood that their counterparts in the United States and Europe use against capitalism. Feb 2, 2013 12:35 PM PT

Occupy Wall Street Publishes Article from Jailed Anonymous Hacker

IThe official Occupy website has published an article titled "Hurricane Sandy, From Prison," bylined by Jeremy Hammond. Mr. Hammond (aka Anarchaos) is a radical, highly political member of Anonymous who was arrested this year in connection with the hacking of Stratfor. Dec 22, 2012 10:50 AM PT

Obama's Reelection Signals Expansion of Pigford Payouts

Among the many reasons to oppose the reelection of Pres. Barack Obama was his sponsorship and expansion of USDA settlements, including the fraud-filled Pigford settlement that many Breitbart News readers are aware of. Dec 6, 2012 2:58 PM PT

Fact Check: Mitt Romney Never Called FEMA Immoral

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the left is taking great pains to push the meme that Mitt Romney has said FEMA is “immoral.” The lie was started last year by left institution Think Progress and recently picked up on by (former Think Progress blogger and now Slate contributor) Matthew Yglesias, as well as last night's predictable New York Times editorial extolling the virtues of big government. Oct 30, 2012 7:44 AM PT

New Obama 'Pigford' Farmers Settlements Designed for Fraud

The Obama administration is rolling out a new USDA claims process that will allow Latinos, Hispanics or anyone of any race who is related to a woman (which means everyone) a $50,000 check if they’re willing to provide a couple of pages of paperwork and a notarized statement claiming that they or someone related to them "attempted to farm." Sep 25, 2012 1:25 PM PT


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