Justin Elliott of Salon on Wall Street’s fundraising for the Democrats and Newt’s bizarre “anti-poverty” stance in the late 90s. Also, on-the-ground at an OWS foreclosed homes blockade, and we finally get to talk about means girls, in real life.
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