Recognizing a quote possibly attributable to Alexis de Tocqueville is the title of this blog's most widely read post ...
Looking at the calendar and noticing Barry's Malevolent Mob of Maladjusted Malcontents (aka the Occupy
And connecting the dots for anyone still on the couch with cheeto-stained fingertips ...
I give you the bumper sticker that could only come from this blog project ...
Further updates to come as the mayhem unfolds. If only it were as humorous as this guy.
The mayhem gets off to an early start in San Francisco.
A report from the field in NYC suggests I may have overestimated the danger. Hilarious video on the link. ;)
It seems Occupy Cleveland is using Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground as role models. Fortunately, rule of law seems to have won this skirmish with three arrests before the bridge blew up.
Apparently the Chicago gathering was as comically sanguine as the NYC fizzle.
As of 6:31 pm EST the republic's police blotters are filling, but no (accomplished) serious violence to report yet. It's early in Oakland still ...
Occupy Seattle declares storefront windows to be public enemy number one. (I love the fashion decision of the occupier in the photo on the link - bringing floral shorts to the anarchy dance)
From my live Feedjit. Ugh. Let's hope this degenerate discovers porn before the night is through.
The view from the day after May Day ... all in all, not a bad day for the rule of law.