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  1. "Homeless Yet Employed"

    SOURCE: http://www.nationalhomeless.org/factsheets/employment.html

    NOTE: Some sleazy slimeball has removed the attribution from this and it is going around like crazy as such, see, e.g., this.


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  2. "If the U.S. Congress Were Seated by Campaign Cash"


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  3. Student Debt Burst


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  4. Incarceration Nation

  5. Nice! I today signed papers with the major publisher Pearson Academic to allow this graphic to appear in the VERY major college textbook, Government in America (16th edition) by George C. Edwards. This means that today is the day that an instance of Occupy art will be viewed and cited by American history scholars for literally centuries and centuries to come. I’m glad. :-) 

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    If U.S. Land Mass Were Distributed Like U.S. Wealth (expanded version)

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    Data source: http://www2.ucsc.edu/whorulesamerica/power/wealth.html

    This design was featured in a Huffington Post roundup of Occupy Art and was readers’ top pick.

    This design appears in the major college textbook, Government in America by George C. Edwards.

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    U.K. version | Canada version | Austria version

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  6. I Found Where the Jobs Went. Guess Who Doesn’t Care.

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  7. Nothing to See in these Gun Figures, Just a Coincidence!

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  8. Which Direction for the Country Makes More Sense?

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  9. How Did the Perpetrators in U.S. Mass Shootings Obtain their Weapons?

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  10. If Ammo Were as Regulated as Sudafed

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    NOTE: This poster was inspired after I read a blog comment somewhere saying, “We regulate sudafed more than we regulate guns.” 

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  11. If Austria’s Land Mass Were Distributed Like it’s Assets

    Via http://nulleffekt.net/der-grund-fuer-das-vermoegen/

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    Curator’s note: It’s nice to be imitated. :-)


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  12. If Guns Were as Regulated as Cars

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  13. Connecting the Dots Between NRA Lobbying and the Batman Massacre (updated version)

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    http://bit.ly/holmes-ammo | http://www.betaco.com | http://bit.ly/doj-vcclea-facts | http://bit.ly/pbs-awb-expires | http://bit.ly/nyt-nra-lobbying | http://bit.ly/bat-massacre-ukg | http://bit.ly/holmes-weapons-nyt

    Author’s note: Updated on July 26 with latest and best info available. Prior versions deprecated.

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    Video of someone with an AR-15 non-auto shooting 472 rounds per minute.


  14. Nixon During Watergate was More Popular than Congress Today

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  15. King George III was More Popular than Congress

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