Protesting in the streets rather than working through the political process has made the movement irrelevant.
Whether it’s a political rebellion or an altruistic gesture, Strike Debt is offering a new way to tackle this country's debt crisis from the ground up, without the banks.
Occupy Wall Street should be judged on how well it shifts the direction of debate, not on the coherence of its policy prescriptions.
From the standpoint of the rest of the world, the 99% is actually the 14%, and they share the same advantages as the 1%. The OWS protesters could use a dose of global perspective.
In order to effectively mobilize for economic equality, Occupy Wall Street activists should abandon their framework for tactical revolution.
In order to maintain momentum, OWS must reach out to the bottom half of the 99%.
Hear what a Tea Party activist has to say about Occupy Wall Street.