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Kelly Bowlin

Digital Journalist based in Los Angeles, CA, United States, United States. Joined on May 23, 2011

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Op-Ed: Clinton, Big Brother to the Rescue Speech

Charlotte - Bill Clinton arguably gave one of the greatest speeches in modern politics last night at the Democratic National Convention. He did what Republican bullies hate the most, he laughed at them.

Op-Ed: Photo Essay - Occupy Los Angeles, Laid Back in November Special

Los Angeles - I recently revisited Occupy Los Angeles. Police were all smiles, yoga class was in full stretch, dinner was free hot dogs and french fries, and surf was running 2-4 feet out of the southwest.

Greek vote on bailout package precursor to financial armageddon?

Athens - Greek Prime Minister Papandreou shocked the world and rattled financial markets with his announcement yesterday to call for a referendum on the EU bailout deal. The DOW dropped 2.47 percent on the news.

Op-Ed: Website for Occupy Wall Street Provides Solidarity and Hope

At a time when local governments are beginning to crack down on occupy movements across the country including Oakland, San Diego and Nashville, the occupywallst.org/ website has become a beacon of information we can all look to.

OccupyWiki Opens Worldwide Bulletin Board for Occupy Movement

Occupywiki opens as a giant online bulletin board in support of the worldwide occupy movement. London wants: wolly hats and scarves, offered: Xerox Phaser 3500 office copier.

Occupy San Diego Recovers a Day After Police Shut Down Protest Special

San Diego - In a predawn raid, on Friday October 28, hundreds of police officers in full riot gear, wielding batons converged on the Occupy San Diego tent city in front of the Civic Center building. 51 people were arrested including several members of the media.

Police storm OWS San Diego in predawn raid, journalists arrested Special

San Diego - In a surprise early morning raid, San Diego Police stormed the OWS San Diego Protest encampment at the Civic Center and arrested 51 people including ten journalists. Pleas have gone out online for bail assistance.

Op-Ed: Greek Bailout, Band Aid or Amputation?

Brussels - Euro-Zone leaders reached a deal that will require private holders of toxic Greek debt to take a 50 percent haircut on their bond holdings. Whether it's enough to stave off the looming meltdown of southern euro-union members has yet to be seen.

Op-Ed: Brits Trash Billions of Synthetic Cups

A recent report simmering from Great Britain indicates Brits are disposing over 2.5 billion non-disposable cups a year. Does that equate to one cup per Starbucks location?

Photo Essay: Occupy Wall Street Los Angeles Special

These photos show various aspects of the Occupy Wall Street Los Angeles protest on October 15, 2011. A massive march took place that began in the old financial district at Pershing Square to city hall.

Op-Ed: Europe Desperate in Midst of Unprecedented Financial Contagion

Berlin - The term "contagion" being bandied about in the world press is short for "Bad Debts Created from Worthless Financial Derivatives" that have infected all aspects of the world economy. Germany took a cautious position today promising no quick fixes.

Op-Ed: Occupy Wall Street Los Angeles grows bigger Special

Los Angeles - Occupy Wall Street Los Angeles entered its 15th day under clear skies, with surf running one to three feet out of the south, prevailing off-shore breezes and temperatures rising precipitously near city hall.

Occupy Wall Street takes over Los Angeles Special

Los Angeles - Occupy Wall Street has expanded to Los Angeles where City Hall is surrounded by a sea of tents under a blue sky and warm sun. While the protest is loud and well organized, clear goals have yet to emerge.

Op-Ed: Recognizing The Terrorists Within on 9/11

Some of the worst terrorists we face on the anniversary of 9/11, are the ones living within our own borders. They don't wear Burkas, or hide in caves, or live in two story condos in Pakistan. They're called Banksters.

Op-Ed: Thanks for the debt ceiling problem, Wall Street

The cause of the debt ceiling debate has been largely ignored. The root cause doesn't stem from Capital Hill. It's from a street 228 miles hard north.

Op-Ed: The Debt Ceiling, How Republicans Need to Save Themselves

As the debt-ceiling deadline looms, Republicans need to step the plate and save themselves. Contrary to popular rhetoric, the current debt crisis is not the fault of Democrats or Republicans. It’s the economy stupid!

Op-Ed: U.S. credit rating is already a sham

President Obama stormed out of a meeting yesterday after the two sides couldn’t agree on what to do with the debt ceiling. Meanwhile, Moody’s has threatened to downgrade the U.S. Credit Rating. It should have happened three years ago!

Op-Ed: The U.S. Debt Crisis and Sailing on a Sinking Ship

We're about ready to hit the debt-ceiling. Congress and the President have drawn battle lines and the world, particularly China, stands at ringside with worried, angry glares.

Op-Ed: The U.S. Recovery, three strikes and you're not out!

We're not even close to recovering from the great recession of 2008. Why? It's three strikes and you're out: Housing Declines, Rising Unemployment, and the National Debt.

Op-Ed: Deep-fried Kool-Aid, a high or low for fair food? Special

San Diego - Just when you though it was safe to return to the fair, a new food concoction turns up that will send you to intensive care in a deep-fried minute.
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