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Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - A Voice for the American People
Some of the Traitor Organizations That Support the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Daniel Brown   
Saturday, 27 June 2015 22:29

Here is a list of some of the organizations that are pushing for the TPP deal.  They should be considered as threats to you and your family as lethal as invading armies.  Don't buy anything from these parasites that want to feed off our economy without fairly contributing to its sustainability through jobs here in America and paying fair taxes to support our economic system.  Don't support America's enemies.

Members of the U.S. Business Coalition for TPP

3M Company


ACE Group

Advanced Medical Technology Association

Aflac International

American Apparel & Footwear Association

American Automotive Policy Council

American Chemistry Council

American Council of Life Insurers

American Farm Bureau Federation

American Feed Industry

Association American Forest & Paper Association

American Insurance Association

American Legislative Exchange Council

American Meat Institute

American Soybean Association




Applied Materials

Archer Daniels Midland Company

American Natural Soda

Ash Corporation

Association of Global Automakers

Biotechnology Industry Organization


Business Roundtable

BSA – The Software Alliance

CA Technologies




Chubb Corp.

Citigroup Inc

Coalition of Services Industries

The Coca Cola Company Inc

Computing Technology Industry Association

Conoco Phillips

Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA)

Corn Refiners Association

Cotton Council International

Council of the Americas

Crop Life America

The Walt Disney Company

Distilled Spirits Council of the United States

The Dow Chemical Company


Emergency Committee for American Trade


FedEx Express

Express Association of America

Exxon Mobil

Financial Services Forum


FMC Corporation

Food Marketing Institute

Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America

Gap, Inc.

General Electric

General Motors

Glanbia USA


Goldman Sachs

Grocery Manufacturers Association





Honda North America

Idaho Potato Commission

IDS International


Information Technology Industry Council


Interactive Advertising Bureau

International Dairy Foods Association

International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA)

J.C. Penney

John Deere

Johnson & Johnson

Kraft Foods

Levi Strauss & Co.

Lilly Louis Dreyfus Commodities


McGraw Hill Financial



Mondelez International


Morgan Stanley

Motion Picture Association of America

Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association

National Association of Manufacturers

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

National Center for APEC

National Confectioners Association

National Corn Growers Association

National Council of Wheat Growers

National Electrical Manufacturers Association

National Fisheries Institute

National Foreign Trade Council

National Milk Producers Federation

National Oilseed Processors Association

National Pork Producers Council

National Potato Council

National Retail Federation

National Turkey Federation


Northwest Horticultural Council



Outdoor Industry Association

Pet Food Institute


Philip Morris International


Plastics Industry Trade Association

PPG Industries

Procter & Gamble

Qualcomm Incorporated

Retail Industry Leaders Association

Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association

Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International

Software & Information Industry Association

SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association

Sudbury International Sweeteners

Users Association

Target Inc.


Telecommunications Industry Association

The Entertainment Software Association

The National Chicken Council

Time Warner Inc.

Toyota North America


U.S. Apple Association

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

U.S. Grains Council

U.S. New Zealand Council

U.S. Wheat Associates


United States Council for International Business

United Technologies Corporation


US-ASEAN Business Council



Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Washington Council on International Trade

World Trade Center San Diego



Last Updated on Saturday, 27 June 2015 22:40


A List of Some Senate Whores That Sold Out the American People for Cash PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Griffon   
Tuesday, 23 June 2015 21:06

 A List of Some Senate Whores That Sold Out the American People for Cash


Here’s how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill

Critics of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership are unlikely to be silenced by an analysis of the flood of money it took to push the pact over its latest hurdle

TPP protest
Demonstrators protest against the legislation to give Obama fast-track authority to advance trade deals, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

A decade in the making, the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is reaching its climax and as Congress hotly debates the biggest trade deal in a generation, its backers have turned on the cash spigot in the hopes of getting it passed.

“We’re very much in the endgame,” US trade representative Michael Froman told reporters over the weekend at a meeting of the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum on the resort island of Boracay. His comments came days after TPP passed another crucial vote in the Senate.

That vote, to give Barack Obama the authority to speed the bill through Congress, comes as the president’s own supporters, senior economists and a host of activists have lobbied against a pact they argue will favor big business but harm US jobs, fail to secure better conditions for workers overseas and undermine free speech online.

Those critics are unlikely to be silenced by an analysis of the sudden flood of money it took to push the pact over its latest hurdle.

Fast-tracking the TPP, meaning its passage through Congress without having its contents available for debate or amendments, was only possible after lots of corporate money exchanged hands with senators. The US Senate passed Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) – the fast-tracking bill – by a 65-33 margin on 14 May. Last Thursday, the Senate voted 62-38 to bring the debate on TPA to a close.

Those impressive majorities follow months of behind-the-scenes wheeling and dealing by the world’s most well-heeled multinational corporations with just a handful of holdouts.

Using data from the Federal Election Commission, this chart shows all donations that corporate members of the US Business Coalition for TPP made to US Senate campaigns between January and March 2015, when fast-tracking the TPP was being debated in the Senate:

  • Out of the total $1,148,971 given, an average of $17,676.48 was donated to each of the 65 “yea” votes.
  • The average Republican member received $19,673.28 from corporate TPP supporters.
  • The average Democrat received $9,689.23 from those same donors.

The amounts given rise dramatically when looking at how much each senator running for re-election received.

Two days before the fast-track vote, Obama was a few votes shy of having the filibuster-proof majority he needed. Ron Wyden and seven other Senate Democrats announced they were on the fence on 12 May, distinguishing themselves from the Senate’s 54 Republicans and handful of Democrats as the votes to sway.

  • In just 24 hours, Wyden and five of those Democratic holdouts – Michael Bennet of Colorado, Dianne Feinstein of California, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Patty Murray of Washington, and Bill Nelson of Florida – caved and voted for fast-track.
  • Bennet, Murray, and Wyden – all running for re-election in 2016 – received $105,900 between the three of them. Bennet, who comes from the more purple state of Colorado, got $53,700 in corporate campaign donations between January and March 2015, according to Channing’s research.
  • Almost 100% of the Republicans in the US Senate voted for fast-track – the only two non-votes on TPA were a Republican from Louisiana and a Republican from Alaska.
  • Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, who is the former US trade representative, has been one of the loudest proponents of the TPP. (In a comment to the Guardian Portman’s office said: “Senator Portman is not a vocal proponent of TPP - he has said it’s still being negotiated and if and when an agreement is reached he will review it carefully.”) He received $119,700 from 14 different corporations between January and March, most of which comes from donations from Goldman Sachs ($70,600), Pfizer ($15,700), and Procter & Gamble ($12,900). Portman is expected to run against former Ohio governor Ted Strickland in 2016 in one of the most politically competitive states in the country.
  • Seven Republicans who voted “yea” to fast-track and are also running for re-election next year cleaned up between January and March. Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia received $102,500 in corporate contributions. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, best known for proposing a Monsanto-written bill in 2013 that became known as the Monsanto Protection Act, received $77,900 – $13,500 of which came from Monsanto.
  • Arizona senator and former presidential candidate John McCain received $51,700 in the first quarter of 2015. Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina received $60,000 in corporate donations. Eighty-one-year-old senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who is running for his seventh Senate term, received $35,000. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, who will be running for his first full six-year term in 2016, received $67,500 from pro-TPP corporations.

“It’s a rare thing for members of Congress to go against the money these days,” said Mansur Gidfar, spokesman for the anti-corruption group Represent.Us. “They know exactly which special interests they need to keep happy if they want to fund their reelection campaigns or secure a future job as a lobbyist.

“How can we expect politicians who routinely receive campaign money, lucrative job offers, and lavish gifts from special interests to make impartial decisions that directly affect those same special interests?” Gidfar said. “As long as this kind of transparently corrupt behavior remains legal, we won’t have a government that truly represents the people.”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 21:12


When Will American Patriots End These Traitors? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Griffon   
Tuesday, 23 June 2015 20:37

 When Will American Patriots End These Traitors?

 These are the Democrat traitors that voted for Fast Track authority for Obama to finalize the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement. By siding with Republicon traitors, they are doing more damage to America than any enemy we have ever faced.  And since 80% of the American People are against more Free Trade deals, these domestic enemies are giving corporations dominant power and ending democracy in America as we knew it.  So my question is, "When are American Patriots going to end these filthy bastards?"


  The 13 Democratic Senators: Feinstein (CA), Bennet (CO), Coons (DE), Carper (DE), Nelson (FL), McCaskill (MO), Heitkamp (ND), Shaheen (NH), Wyden (OR), Warner (VA), Kaine (VA), Murray (WA) & Cantwell (WA).

The 28 House Democrats: Sewell (AL-07), Bera (CA-07), Costa (CA-16), Farr (CA-20), Peters (CA-52), Davis (CA-53), Polis (CO-02), Himes (CT-04), Wasserman-Schultz (FL-23), Quigley (IL-05), Delaney (MD-06), Ashford (NE-02), Rice (NY-04), Meeks (NY-05), Bonamici (OR-01), Blumenauer (OR-03), Schrader (OR-05), Cooper (TN-05), Hinojosa (TX-15), O'Rourke (TX-16), Cuellar (TX-28), Johnson (TX-30), Beyer (VA-08), Connolly (VA-11), DelBene (WA-01), Larsen (WA-02), Kilmer (WA-06) & Kind (WI-03.)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 June 2015 21:20




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