Monthly Archives: October 2011

More News On Occupy San Jose and More Articles On Income Inequality

Last Monday I visited the Occupy San Jose site to donate food to the occupiers. I had read in their facebook page that they were looking for donations after the police had taken their food and many of their supplies. … Continue reading

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Religious People Participating in “Occupy Wall Street”

As the “Occupy Wall Street” protests have continued in the last couple of weeks, more religious people from many different religions have begun to join and make their presence felt. This is important, as religious people have made important contributions … Continue reading

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Jasper and the Moderate Republican

I partially based this on a blog I wrote for Everyday Citizen on March 10, 2010 If you enjoy this cartoon, take a look at these links for more of my political cartoons at Everyday Citizen: Obama and the Republicans … Continue reading

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“Occupy Wall Street” and the Struggling Middle Class

Here are some articles that I found on the struggling middle class. Illustrating this blog are more photos I took of Occupy San Jose last week. Tim Mullaney wrote on the October 20, 2011 edition of USA Today In the … Continue reading

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Thinking About the Wealthy and “Occupy Wall Street”

One of my favorite Founding Fathers is Thomas Paine. The inspiration for this Everyday Citizen website, Paine was a strong foe of the aristocracy and the monarchy form of government. Despite his opposition to monarchy, Paine argued in the French … Continue reading

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More of “Occupy San Jose”

Here are more photos that I took from the Occupy San Jose protest that I visited last Friday. The protests have taken place in San Jose City Hall, where a group of activists have made encampments and plan to stay … Continue reading

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Obama and the Republicans

Way back in January, I wrote a blog about possible areas that Democrats could work with Republicans on. I had thought that there must be some common ground between the Tea Party Republicans and the Democrats that they could work … Continue reading

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