Senator Bernie Sanders discusses some of the Federal Reserve conflicts of interest, as well as some of the structure that would fit better. It’s people from huge financial institutions that set on the Fed board that regulate themselves.
October 6, 2011 is the date Occupy Dallas will be marching the Federal Reserve. Occupy Dallas, and its members are going to meet at Pike Park, 2851 Harry Hines Blvd at 9:00AM, to march to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 2200 North Pearl Street. According to the Facebook event created 991 people are attending … Read moreOccupy Dallas: October 6, Federal Reserve
Federal Reserve is being occupied by 1,000+ people that are fighting for their country. Only as all other Occupy Movements, fighting in peace, no violence. http://twitpic.com/6t5nxb
You read the title correctly. Both Ron Paul, and Bernie Sanders voice their support to Occupy Wall St.. Ron Paul’s message to Occupy Wall St. is “End The Fed.” Demonstrated in one of his videos. For U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, he was interviewed on MSNBC Countdown (Keith Olbermann). [..] The middle class is collapsing, poverty … Read moreCongressman Ron Paul and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders Voices Support for Occupy Wall St.
In one of the few Occupy sites, one is also taking place in Chicago. They’ve been occupying the the Federal Reserve (as far as I can see). According to their site, the “Fed” was trying to get the Occupy Chicago protesters off the sidewalk, but was not successful due zoning: The sidewalk is public property. As … Read moreOccupy Chicago: The Federal Reserve