Before I go on to another topic I thought it was best to return to Wall Street.
Occupy Wall Street has continued, despite some confusion in the media. There has been some rather sad and smug (Really? Does Erin Burnett have to mouth the Streets thinking, try being a journalist? You are not trying out for The Tonight Show, and Jeanne Moos job at CNN is currently filled by Jeanne Moos. Thankfully there was some internal counter.) hostility in the media. They've had blows from the police. And they've got the regular outright contempt from the conservative mouthpieces.
I am jaded, but I can hope it has a way to hold on there, or ensure it stays bigger than a bit of real estate and echoing voices. It has like-minded events popping up around the country. We will see.
Salon has done some good work on the protest for those coming in late, or looking to better understand.
The Origins of Occupy Wall Street Explained
Occupy Wall Street: A Historical Perspective
Also to hear from people resonating with the protest, and the concerns and anger at the top tier in the country look through, We are the 99 Percent.
This was a nice graphic put up to explain the concern and problems of banking: (There really are no options being left in the system) (Wait until you see how uniform the news media is...)
And Jeff Sharlet put up some nice pics from the current NYC events.