I am a fellow occupier from NYC. I've been involved in the movement since September 17th. So I'm approaching you from a place of solidarity and support (also a fellow artist/writer and Kickstarter success story).
In that spirit, I ask - beg - that you refrain from using right-left dualism when discussing the current socio-econo-political climate. I understand that most people frame their worldviews by this dichotomy, but a huge part of the Occupy struggle is to make clear to our supporters and even our detractors that this dichotomy is a FALSE one. Occupy is not the "new American left." Occupy transcends that paradigm. Indeed, politics themselves transcend this paradigm.
But it makes it easier for corporations and govt to control the people when our minds are confined to this kind of thinking (which also gives rise to "us vs them" mentality and all kinds of other intellectual ills). It also makes it easier for us to be dumbed down by trivialities, misinformation and baseless ideological conflict - see: bread & circus.
We must be careful how we speak about these things, lest the Occupy movement become just another tool of the media and politicians, to be used violently against "others" (be they Reps/Dems, black/white, conservative/liberal, progressive/Tea Party, faithful/atheist, rich/poor, etc.)
Politics are not one-dimensional. Neither are people. I'm no more on the left than I'm on the right. I'm above all that (think literally, as in.. floating above the plane.. dimension Z in geometry, I believe). This is a huge part of what Occupy came to signify - solidarity, not division. We need it now just as much as we did last September.
I hope you'll take this into consideration as you move forward with this project. Let's press on in solidarity.