Dan O'Mahony

Dan O'Mahony
Long Beach, California,
October 02
West Coast Chairman
Co-Founder and West Coast Chair of the .99 Advocacy Fund and PointNineNine.com, a registered non-profit dedicated to voter mobilization and issues related advocacy on behalf of the financial best interests of 99% of all Americans.

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He’s donned his colors. He has his eyes on the top spot and is making his move, but right now Mitt Romney is standing strong as the protector of the great lie, “Corporations are people my friend.”

The tone deaf bodyguard of all things financially elite has been littering the… Read full post »

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JANUARY 4, 2012 7:39PM

With the Cordray Appointment, Obama Hits the Trenches.

In what his opponents have called an “unprecedented power grab” President Barack Obama has used the power of the recess appointment to install former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. The CFPB is an agency whose formation was appr/… Read full post »

Frank Luntz, crafting the message for America's financial elite

In a few short days 2012 shall be upon us. The election year will be official and the real fight for the interests of the financially disenfranchised begins. Believe what you will about the camps, the strikes, the petitions and… Read full post »

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DECEMBER 15, 2011 4:19AM

Occupy the Courts? Now That's What I'm Talking About.

Clarence Thomas, one of five justices who ruled in favor of so-called corporate personhood

“Occupy the Courts’ is a phrase, a concept, a suggestion that has bounced around within the uprising that has come to be called the 99% movement almost since its inception. For some it has… Read full post »

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DECEMBER 13, 2011 4:17AM

Wall St. on the Waterfront: Scenes from the Port of Oakland

The picture mail started hitting my cell at a few minutes before 6am. I recognized the number and I knew what it meant. Ben Sizemore had gone down to blockade the Port of Oakland and his pictures would be headed my way for hours to come.

Up and down

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DECEMBER 6, 2011 3:59PM

Elizabeth Warren vs Scott Brown, Worlds Collide.


In the camps and the marches of the Occupy movement they chant “Show me what democracy looks like… This is what democracy looks like!” Its stirring, it’s empowering, and it is purely rhetorical without actual participation in the election process.

In the Senate… Read full post »

DECEMBER 1, 2011 1:55AM

Us Against Them 2012

“We had to struggle with the old enemies of peace: business and financial monopoly, speculation, reckless banking, class antagonism, sectionalism, war profiteering… They are unanimous in their hate for me – and I welcome their hatred.”

These are not tranquil times. T… Read full post »

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NOVEMBER 27, 2011 11:51AM

Occupy Democracy, the Tents Will Be Coming Down

The tents will be coming down. The banners will be coming down. It will happen at different speeds in different cites but it will happen. The symbolism will need a reboot and for the mainstream media the clashes with police may become passé. But nothing is over.

The great potential concRead full post »

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NOVEMBER 21, 2011 12:09AM

Occupy America: The World Is Listening, Are We?

"Lets make our future" Occupy Oakland, October 2011

America’s most significant populist uprising of the last half century is at a crossroads. From here the prevailing winds within the Occupy movement can blow towards practical applications and real change or they can spin round and rouRead full post »

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NOVEMBER 16, 2011 5:34PM

Media Blackout and why Bloomberg should Step Down

The justification had worn thin before the story was even widely known. When asked why members of the media had been blocked from the scene of last night’s eviction of Occupy Wall Street, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg claimed he had acted to “protect the members of the press. WeRead full post »

NOVEMBER 14, 2011 7:15PM

Henry Rollins: 9 Questions

Over the last three decades Henry Rollins has amassed a body of work as an author, singer, actor, and spoken word artist that has come to define him as a unique counter cultural icon.  Recently he took the time to answer a quick nine questions on the issues of the day./Read full post »
NOVEMBER 14, 2011 7:09PM

We Are Political. We Are Not Vague.

You could hear it in the elated screams from members of Organized Labor in Ohio last night. You could witness it in the relieved sighs of young southern women as an idiotic and totalitarian ‘personhood’ bill that would’ve mangled their right to choice went down in flames. You/Read full post »