Two months after the fact, the local press is covering what's happened to Melrose Terrace and those who live there. Facts are still hard to get out of everyone. I wonder if we'll ever get the whole story.
But at least it's making the papers. The Brattleboro Reformer did a report, interviewing one of the homeless residents. My Letter to the Editor was published yesterday there. The Commons did one piece and is working on another.
The news elsewhere is quite clear.
13 US soldiers killed in suicide bombing in Afghanistan:
The Syrian government killed 40 of their own people:
Banks abandon new fees scheme
The Police state marches all over the Occupiers:
Occupiers boo Quan off stage:
Following the kayaking Robin Hoods in Chicago, the Robin Hood Tax idea goes to OWS:
Here's the Robin Hood Tax, which would fix a lot of things:
The Pirate Party takes its seats in German Parliament:
The world's population hits 7 Billion. It was a measly 2 Billion when I was born:
If you're in the northeast of North America, prepare for snow. It looks pretty certain.