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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama : In constant pursuit Self wealth by #PrisonIndustry

Jeff SESSIONS  #PrisonIndustry Pork
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) on Tuesday faced tough questions from CNN host Soledad O’Brien for his plan to cut the food stamp program and “hurt people who need food,” including 20 percent of his own constituents in Alabama.
Speaking to Sessions in an interview on CNN’s Starting Point, O’Brien wondered if cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) should be on the table as part of the so-called fiscal cliff negotiations.
“Absolutely,” Sessions insisted. “This month was a record increase in food stamp participation at a time when unemployment is declining.”
“But there are people who say if you’re doing cuts, you invariably hurt people who need food,” O’Brien observed. “It’s 61 percent of households in your state have children who are recipients of the food program that they’re on.”





Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama "FOOD STAMP BANDIT, OIL MAN"  "TERRORIST" #PRISONINDUSTRY LEADER(S)

Remember this Bastard Want Appalachians to starve or to vote their own interest 2014

 THE MEDIA

...profit from getting high ratings. Crime brings good ratings since it’s sensational, and people like to watch it (“COPS,” high speed car chases).In the past ten years, crime has decreased, but the media has covered crime 6 times as much, making it appear that crime has increased. To be more sensational, the media exploits racial fears & the fear of poor people, feeding the racism & poverty of the criminal justice system itself, and lessening our objections to aggressive policing & mass imprison
 ment.

Session's BIG INDUSTRY & C O R P O R AT I O N S .

..want more control over resources & political power, and with $$ (lobbying & payoffs) they influence government policy to get it. They compete by paying less for workers, and use unemployment & insecurity to bring down our wages. Then they demand our
tax–$$ for corporate welfare, but refuse to give to social welfare. Instead, they invest in building new p
risons, making the problems they cause “ d i s ap p e a r ” by blaming & criminalizing the poor instead of blameing the policies that make them poor.


Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama :

  • In constant pursuit Pursuit of further advantage for those in America who are already its richest
  • [Critics] accuse Sessions of stretching the facts to play to the fears of poor and lower-middle class voters in Alabama who worry that a wave of immigrants could hurt them economically.
    "He is playing to a segment of Alabama society that is scared," said Helen Hamilton Rivas,[Email her] an immigrant-rights advocate who has lived in Alabama since 1980. "Fear drives a lot of the anti-immigrant stuff…
    In fact, of course, poor and lower-middle class Alabamians haveevery reason to fear intensified workplace competition—as liberals like Ted Rall, Bernie Sanders, and John Judis, are now admitting.
    Inadvertently revealing the ethnic animosity driving the immigration enthusiasts’ agenda, ABC reported:  It is actually his 

BASTARD Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama The "FOOD STAMP BANDIT, OIL MAN"  "TERRORIST" #PRISONINDUSTRY LEADER(S)

Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama :

P O L I T I C I A N S (tough on crime!) Welfare food stamps Healthcare

  • SEGREGATION, EXCLUSION FROM POLITICS, RESOURCES & POWER; D A I LY  VIOLENCE AGAINST PEOPLE OF COLOR , WOMEN, POORCOMMUNITIES, IMMIGRANT & QUEER COMMUNITIES, MARGINALIZED GROUP ...play a large part in expanding theprison system, using the “fear of crime”

  • to win votes. But the “fear of crime” is
    shorthand for racism: the fear of Black &
    Brown people & poor people hav i n g
    power; a “fear” that became a political
    tool during the Civil Rights era. Today,
    being “tough on crime” helps maintain
    those same structures of segregation and
    inequality, helping to fulfill the agendas of
    big business, real estate developers,
    police & prison guards. While politicians
    get big $$ to flex their muscles & invent
    new ways to lock more people up, we are
    left out of the political process, scared of
    our neighbors & afraid for our jobs


#SAYNOMORE to SESSIONS #PrisonIndustry



Multinational oil and gas corporations are experiencing record profits while the world deals with spill disasters caused by their profitable activities. The supporters of S. 940, the Close Big Oil Tax Loopholes Act, are cognizant that big oil corporations are doing just fine on their own, and in this time of economic challenge for the nation tried to end special subsidies benefitting oil and gas corporations and burdening our federal budget. Under S. 940 these oil corporations would have stopped receiving special gifts and would have simply been expected to pay their fair share, just like the American people do. On May 18 2011, a majority of Senators voted for S. 940, but in a procedural move a minority blocked the bill from proceeding. As a result, American oil companies will continue to rake in huge subsidies while they accumulate gigantic profits. 




Sen. Sessions has followed a conservative course by voting against this bill.
FrontPage Magazine - Prison-Industrial Compost: "British Home Office found last year that America now has the lowest crime victimization rate of any large western nation. " As of 2002 

With the highest # of Parents incarcerated as of  20013


COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY
ORRIN G. HATCH, Utah, Chairman
STROM THURMOND, South Carolina
CHARLES E. GRASSLEY, Iowa
ARLEN SPECTER, Pennsylvania
JON KYL, Arizona
MIKE DEWINE, Ohio
JOHN ASHCROFT, Missouri
SPENCER ABRAHAM, Michigan
JEFF SESSIONS, Alabama
BOB SMITH, New Hampshire
PATRICK J. LEAHY, Vermont
EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware
HERBERT KOHL, Wisconsin
DIANNE FEINSTEIN, California
RUSSELL D. FEINGOLD, Wisconsin
ROBERT G. TORRICELLI, New Jersey
CHARLES E. SCHUMER, New York

BUREAU OF PRISONS OVERSIGHT: THE IMPORTANCE OF FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES



S.J. Res. 6

"Net neutrality" is the principle that internet corporations should provide information at the same speed from all sources, no matter whether that source is a small web page like this one expressing individuals' facts and ideas, or a political start-up like Occupy Together that seeks to share information about the #Occupy movement, or a well-funded corporate website from Microsoft or Exxon Mobil. S.J. Res. 6 was a bill in the Senate that would have ended the practice of net neutrality in the United States by overturningFCC Rule 10-201.

Sen. Sessions's Liberal Action Score: 0
The Liberal Action Score is calculated by compiling a series of measured liberal actions (both roll call voting and bill cosponsorship) in the 112th Congress and comparing Jeff Sessions's behavior against a liberal standard:
  • Respect for constitutional protections of American civil liberty
  • Transparency and public access in government
  • Equal treatment of people under law
  • The respect and pursuit of empirical knowledge through support for science and education
  • Protection of the Earth's environmental richness
  • Strengthening of economic opportunity for all
  • Pursuit of peaceful solutions and opposition to militarism in policy
A score of 0 means that Senator Sessions has participated in 0% of our slate of liberal actions in the 112th Congress. Representative Sessions has failed to take any of the slate of liberal actions we have identified for the 112th Congress

In the 112th Congress, the following members of Congress have been most likely to roll out the word "terrorists" in their remarks on the floor: #1: Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH #2: Sen. Richard Durbin, D-IL #3: Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY #4: Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA #5: Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-TX #6: Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-MD #7: Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-AL #8: Rep. Lamar Smith, R-TX #9: Sen. Mark Udall, D-CO #10: Rep. Dan Burton, R-IN On the other hand, the following are the ten members of Congress most likely to mention "heart disease" in the Congressional Record of the 112th Congress: #1: Sen. Tom Harkin, D-IA #2: Rep. Laura Richardson,... [more]




In the 112th Congress, the following members of Congress have been most likely to roll out the word "terrorists" in their remarks on the floor: #1: Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-NH #2: Sen. Richard Durbin, D-IL #3: Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY #4: Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA #5: Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-TX #6: Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-MD #7: Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-AL #8: Rep. Lamar Smith, R-TX #9: Sen. Mark Udall, D-CO #10: Rep. Dan Burton, R-IN On the other hand, the following are the ten members of Congress most likely to mention "heart disease" in the Congressional Record of the 112th Congress: #1: Sen. Tom Harkin, D-IA #2: Rep. Laura Richardson,... [more]




Unfinished Business:
Liberal Bills Senator Sessions has failed to support through cosponsorship:

S. 186

As the text of S. 186 points out, "October 7, 2011, will mark the 10-year anniversary of the start of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan." This war has cost more than a third of a trillion dollars and has spilled the blood of more than a thousand Americans and uncounted civilians of Afghanistan. Ten years into the war, the Taliban is just as strong, Afghanistan is just as fractured, and there is no clear way out. S. 186 declares simply, "It is the policy of the United States to begin the phased redeployment of United States combat forces from Afghanistan not later than July 1, 2011." S. 186 would have the President submit his plan for phased withdrawal from Afghanistan during the same year.

Senator Sessions has failed to cosponsor S. 186. After you read the text of S. 186, call Sen Sessions's office at 334-792-4924 and ask him to support it by adding his cosponsorship.





S. 598

If passed, the Respect for Marriage Act (S. 598) would repeal DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act. Enacted in the 1990s, DOMA removed the presumption (based in the "Full Faith and Credit" clause of the Constitution) that same-sex marriages carried out in one state would be recognized in other states or by the federal government. S. 598 would restore cross-state and federal recognition, recognition that different-sex marriages continue to enjoy.

Senator Sessions has failed to cosponsor S. 598. After you read the text of S. 598, call Sen Sessions's office at 334-792-4924 and ask him to support it by adding his cosponsorship.



S. 811

To a person only following expressions of popular culture, it might seem that the United States has moved beyond discrimination against gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transexuals. But in the workaday world, it's still legal for people to be fired from their jobs for no other reason than than their choice of whom to love. And a dirty not-so-secret secret of labor unions has been their historical practice of excluding gay and lesbian workers from full participation and leadership.
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (or ENDA) would make workplace discrimination in hiring and promotions illegal, and would also prohibit discriminatory behavior against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of American labor unions. If passed, ENDA would bring the law into the 21st Century along with the majority of Americans who have realized what matters at work is what you do, not who you love.

Senator Sessions has failed to cosponsor S. 811. After you read the text of S. 811, call Sen Sessions's office at 334-792-4924 and ask him to support it by adding his cosponsorship.





S. 821

"No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. Nor shall any State deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." These are the American standards of nondiscrimination, chiseled into our legal bedrock in the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
S. 821, the Uniting American Families Act, is a bill to bring America into closer compliance with the 14th Amendment by ending government discrimination according to the status of permanent couples. According to law, same-sex couples in permanent relationships cannot marry; only different-sex couples can. The creates two classes of couple in the United States. They are separate. Are they equal? Not currently. Under current immigration law, married immigrant spouses of citizens and permanent residents have a preferred route toward gaining permanent resident status themselves. Unmarried partners of citizens and permanent residents have this avenue closed to them. That is unequal treatment under law for immigrants under American jurisdiction, and it is an unequal abridgment of legal privilege for the citizens whose permanent partners wish to join them.
The Uniting American Families Act would end this status discrimination by amending various the immigration laws that discriminate against same-sex couples when one member of a couple is a citizen or permanent resident and the other is seeking citizenship or residency status.

Senator Sessions has failed to cosponsor S. 821. After you read the text of S. 821, call Sen Sessions's office at 334-792-4924 and ask him to support it by adding his cosponsorship.










Military contractors have often acted with disregard for human dignity and when they break the law have frequently used loopholes to escape accountability. The result is inexcusable, violence in the name of the United States with no calls for justice. S. 1428 would finally bring this physical, psychological and political disaster to an end, stopping the use of mercenaries for traditional military security and combat roles.

Senator Sessions has failed to cosponsor S. 1428. After you read the text of S. 1428, call Sen Sessions's office at 334-792-4924 and ask him to support it by adding his cosponsorship.

Jeff Sessions's Conservative Action Score:63

The Conservative Action Score is calculated by compiling a series of observably conservative roll call votes and bill cosponsorships in the 112th Congress and comparing Jeff Sessions's behavior against that conservative standard:
  • Disregard for constitutional protections of American civil liberty
  • Secrecy and exclusion of citizens from government
  • Support for discriminatory policy
  • The symbolic denigration and practical undermining of science and education in America
  • Active harm to the environment or passive allowance for environmental destruction
  • Pursuit of further advantage for those in America who are already its richest
  • Dismissal of peaceful possibilities and obeiscance to the military-industrial complex
A score of 63 means that Senator Sessions has taken 63% of the possible conservative actions identified on the That's My Congress scorecard during the 112th Congress.



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