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3:35 PM ET, October 14, 2011

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Jesse / CBS New York:
Violence Breaks Out During ‘Occupy Wall Street’ March Toward New York Stock Exchange  —  NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Just a short while after protesters learned they'd be able to stay in Zuccotti Park indefinitely, violence broke out as a group marched away from it.
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Tim Mak / The Politico:
Geithner: Action against Wall St. coming  —  U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner suggested Friday that a new round of “dramatic enforcement actions” against Wall Street wrongdoing is coming.  —  “Stay tuned for that,” Geithner said.  —  Asked on CNBC about the Occupy Wall Street …
Discussion: The Raw Story
Christopher Robbins / Gothamist:
HIV Positive Protester Says Cop Who Punched Him Should Get Tested  —  During the chaotic Occupy Wall Street march through the financial district this morning, we witnessed a protester on William Street get punched in the face by a police officer, seemingly without provocation.
City Room:
Cleanup of Zuccotti Park Is Postponed  —  The cleanup of the Lower Manhattan park that has been occupied by protesters for nearly a month was postponed Friday shortly before it was supposed to begin, averting a feared showdown between the police and demonstrators who had vowed to resist any efforts to evict them from their encampment.
Denver Post:
The Colorado State Patrol said 23 people were arrested as police in riot gear moved into the Occupy Denver camp in front of the Colorado Capitol early this morning to dismantle tents and remove debris.  —  The initial order to disperse came shortly before 3 a.m., but arrests weren't made until after 6 a.m.
Adam Clark Estes / The Atlantic Wire:
Reuters's Dizzying Changes to Its Soros-Occupy Wall Street Story  —  Because of a “technical glitch” and an editor's mistake, Reuters published a story that alleged that George Soros was the secret backer of the Occupy Wall Street protests because he gave money to a group that gave money …
Brent Budowsky / Pundits Blog:
Lech Walesa and Al Gore support Wall Street protests; Tea Party leader endorses bailed-out bank abuses
Discussion: CNN
A.Killough / CNN:
Anita Perry blames Obama for son's job loss  —  Pendleton, South Carolina (CNN) - Rick Perry's wife Anita said Friday that she could sympathize with the plight of the unemployed because her son was forced to resign his job to take a more active role on his father's presidential campaign.
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George Stephanopoulos / ABCNEWS:
Perry Backs Wife's ‘Brutalized’ Remark
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
Plates Shifting  —  I don't want to make too much of this.  But something finally dawned on me when I saw the news today that a group of Republican senators were introducing what they called a “real” American jobs bill.  Then today Speaker Boehner spoke to President Obama and volubly denied …
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Carrie Budoff Brown / The Politico:
Barack Obama calls John Boehner, gets earful  —  President Barack Obama called House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) Thursday to congratulate him for passing three trade agreements — but ended up getting an earful on the jobs debate.  —  According to an unusually detailed account released …
MyFox Boston:
Coast Guard member spit on near Occupy Boston tents  —  BOSTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - The Coast Guard in Boston confirmed that a woman in uniform was harassed and spat upon near Occupy Boston protesters.  —  The woman was walking to the train and said protesters spit on her twice …
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Economist: Senate GOP jobs plan wouldn't help economy in short term, and could even hurt  —  Yesterday, Senate Republicans released an economic plan called the “Jobs Through Growth Act.”  Senator Rand Paul said it would create five million jobs without specifying a time frame.
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Erik Wasson / The Hill:
Senate Republicans present Obama with counteroffer on jobs
Brian Lawson / Breaking News from The Huntsville Times:
Federal appeals court blocks 2 more sections of immigration law, leaves rest intact  —  ATLANTA, Georgia — The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has stayed the parts of Alabama's immigration law that require proof of lawful residency in the U.S. and track immigration information about newly enrolled students.
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CNN:
Parts of Alabama immigration law blocked by federal appeals court
Tanya Somanader / ThinkProgress:
Praising ‘Let Women Die’ Bill, GOP Rep Says ‘Nobody Has Ever Fought More For The Rights Of Woman Than I Have’  —  Foregoing any interest in getting America back to work, House Republicans continued their campaign against women's health yesterday by passing the “Protect Life Act.”
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Jake Tapper / ABCNEWS:
Obama Sends 100 US Troops to Uganda to Help Combat Lord's Resistance Army  —  Two days ago President Obama authorized the deployment to Uganda of approximately 100 combat-equipped U.S. forces to help regional forces “remove from the battlefield” - meaning capture or kill …
Matthew Yglesias / ThinkProgress:
Narayana Kocherlakota: If At First You Fail, Then Fail Fail Again  —  If you're walking down the street and then you fall into a giant hole, and then you climb 10 percent of the way up the hole, you have two choices.  One is to keep climbing until you're not in the hole anymore.
Discussion: Bloomberg and TheMoneyIllusion
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Rabbit-Hole Economics  —  Reading the transcript of Tuesday's Republican debate on the economy is, for anyone who has actually been following economic events these past few years, like falling down a rabbit hole.  Suddenly, you find yourself in a fantasy world where nothing looks or behaves the way it does in real life.
CBS News:
“Grenade-walking” part of “Gunwalker” scandal  —  PLAY CBS NEWS VIDEO  —  There's a new twist in the government's “gunwalking” scandal involving an even more dangerous weapon: grenades.  —  “Gunwalking” subpoena for AG Holder imminent  —  CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson …
Patrick Hynes / New Hampshire Journal:
Poll: Romney rocking, Cain creeping, Gingrich gaining  —  Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney continues to strengthen his commanding position in the New Hampshire presidential primary contest but faces opposition from some surprising challengers, says a new survey conducted by Magellan Strategies on behalf of NH Journal.
Discussion: GOP 12, Smart Politics and Hot Air
Andrew Breitbart / Big Government:
‘Crowdsource’ This: Emails Expose #OccupyWallStreet Conspiracy to ‘Destabalize’ Global Markets, Governments … In keeping with the new media notion of crowdsourcing-enthusiastically embraced by the mainstream media when trawling through Sarah Palin's emails-Big Government …
Discussion: Hot Air and The Gateway Pundit
Michel Rose / Reuters:
Students storm Goldman Sachs building in Milan  —  (Reuters) - A group of students stormed Goldman Sachs's central Milan offices on Friday ahead of worldwide protests against financial inequality planned for the weekend.  —  The Italian demonstrations are the latest bout of anger at banks …
Discussion: The Lede, Salon.com and New York Times
 
 
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Pajamas Media:
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