Daily Archives: December 18, 2011

Occupy Wall Street: The Bishop

Ex-Soldier, Now a Bishop, Deals With Blood on His Hands

When my life is all over, when in those last 30 seconds that I am fighting for breath in some room, I will make a plea to God. I will say that I did the best I could in the oddities life gave me. I will ask to be forgiven.

Easy Father! BISHOP among 50 arrested as Occupy Wall Street protesters tear down fences in violent clash with police

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Occupy Wall Street: Vaclav Havel

Vaclav Havel, Dissident Playwright Who Led Czechoslovakia, Dead at 75

The death of Vaclav Havel causes me to reconsider Occupy Wall Street.

Here was one discontented man whose discontent led to the downfall of a brutal Communist regime.

Without violence.

As bad as things have gotten in America — the TSA, the Patriot Act, the NDAA, and other rights-devouring offenses — we still have one big fat huge advantage that Havel did not have.

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