Occupy Wall Street
The 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America grants freedom of worship, speech & press; the right to petition the government & to assemble peaceably. The Occupy movement is not a peaceable assembly. The supposed 99% protest and disrupt productive Americans around the country. It is more accurate to identify the Occupiers as the 1%, not the 99%, as they represent the radical fringe of our society. They don't represent any responsible American from any political perspective. If they represent you, take a look in the mirror and reconsider.
Is it still OK to be rich in America?
In this political season, the rich are an easy punching bag. Shouldn't we stop beating up the rich?,
from Fortune Magazine,

Alexis de Tocqueville famously chronicled American society's love of equality -- and its equally passionate pursuit of money. "The love of wealth," the French historian wrote in the 1840s, "is … at the bottom of all that the Americans do." America stands out among Western nations for its grudging, and often fawning, admiration for the wealthy classes it produces. With the road to riches seemingly wide open, Americans favor aspiration over resentment, envy over animus.

Except when they don't.

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