Arianna Huffington - Sunday Roundup Huffington Post - September 16, 2012
This week saw the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya that resulted in the death of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. It also saw Mitt Romney's reaction to the tragic events, which was to the 2012 campaign what John McCain's selection of Sarah Palin was to 2008 -- the kind of desperate act that makes even one's allies worry about their candidate's fitness to lead. It's a bell that cannot be unrung. The week also brought word that over 46 million Americans remained below the poverty line last year, while a new study found that poverty is "nearly invisible in U.S. media coverage of the 2012 election." When you have 46 million people living in poverty and neither the candidates nor the media want to talk about it, you know the American Dream is in serious trouble.
Where is this going? Is the just more drama in the program that subsides in the weeks and months ahead or are these the end-time energies taking hold? What about Iran? Is the US government lying when it says things are improving? Seriously?
As protests calm, tensions remain as U.S. seeks to protect embassies CNN - September 16, 2012
Muslims hold demonstrations worldwide
September 17, 2011
Occupy Wall Street Google Videos
Occupy Wall Street Google News
Hundreds march in NYC to mark Occupy anniversary
Yahoo - September 16, 2012
One year later, what ever happened to Occupy Wall Street?
MSNBC - September 16, 2012
September 16-18, 2012