This article goes into depth and explains further, the problems that exist with the Commander and Chiefs Social Security Number.  It is a good read and this is an issue that should not be ignored, just to be found out to be true AFTER he leaves office.  I think this speaks directly to the efforts he has made to keep his history secret; his birth certificate, his college transcripts, his scholarship information, and all the rest.  In my opinion, the reason it is all secret, is simply because all of our suspicions will be proven to be true.  He was born in Kenya, NOT Hawaii, AND he got his scholarships due to his foreign student status.  With all this being “speculated”, one has to ask why any prudent member of Congress has not stepped up and fully vetted this situation in a completely truthful manner (as they are supposed to as their oath of office requires)?  In my opinion there are only 2 possibilities; 1.  They know it and are co-conspirators in usurping the Constitution and are actively deceiving the public, or 2. This one is to hot politically and every Representative and Senator would take a fall….  In either case, as a whole, our nation, our Constitution, us citizens, are screwed and we are no longer a Republic if our elected officials will not do their job and preserve-protect the Constitution from all enemies foreign and DOMESTIC…….

One thing is certain.  If Obama is re-elected, the USA that we citizens were born into and love, will cease to exist.  He will complete his socialist plans ans we will be nothing more than any other socialist nation that preys on its citizens, who in turn get substandard everything from the mother government…….  Our only hope is to defeat him in Nov and make sure the Republicans feet are held and kept in the fire until we say they are doing a good job.  I firmly believe that neither party has come to grips with the power of the internet.  Our lines of communication are so good, they can’t fart in DC, without us knowing about it 10 minutes later.  They don’t get that yet, but I propose they get a good dose of “us citizens” from this time forward!


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As the writer of this article states his concern over the constitutionality of these agencies actions, I too am concerned as to how and why these governmental agencies were able to create their own individual police agencies.  Add in the recent shotgun purchases by the Department of Education, and I too get a queasy feeling in my belly about these recent acquisitions.  Being a retired law enforcement person myself, I understand the need for duty ammo and training ammo and the importance of training with what you carry on duty.  However, even with this being said, these purchases still don’t pass the smell test.  How are these police forces being administrated?  Who oversees their operations?  Who or what agency certifies these officers?  What is their code of ethics (if any)?  These are just a few of the questions I have and I urge all concerned to contact your Representatives and Senators and demand an inquiry into this matter.  Personally, I don’t believe that these agencies have a legal right to stand up individual police forces.  The formation of these police forces constitutes a massive increase in federal police officers and the manner in which these were formed, allowed the feds to stand up these agencies without public scrutiny or knowledge for that matter.

The United States is a unique and wonderful country.  Founded by men who knew all to well, the power and the corruption of a government out of control, with its boot on the neck of its citizens.  These men went to great pains to formulate a government based on the premise that “All men are created equal”  with “Inalienable rights” given only by God, not man, and that the peoples of the United States will be a nation free from tyranny and injustice.  In reading our founding documents, The Federalist papers, The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution, you get a huge sense of nobility and altruism that went into the crafting of each and every document.  While not perfect, our Constitution has been the bulwark against the very tyranny our Founding Fathers sought to protect us from.  However, it seem now that very powerful people in the Federal Government look upon the Constitution as not a document of laws, but as a document merely full of suggestions, to only obey if convenient…..This is how a government that is supposed to be for “We The People”, becomes a government of “We The Government”, behind our backs…….  We must hold our elected officials accountable and make them pay a huge price at the polls come november.  It is like Benjamin Franklin said, ” Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. “


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Is she doing a good job for us in Washington in DC? Hmmm

Thank you for contacting me about H.R. 347, the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act. It is an honor to represent the people of Southwest Washington, and it is important for me to hear from folks in our region.

H.R. 347 was passed by Congress and signed in to law by President Obama in March of 2011. This bill updates the Federal criminal code to make it a Federal offense to unlawfully enter the White House, Vice President’s official residency, or places where the President, Vice President, or other individuals protected by the Secret Service are visiting. Prior to the passage of this bill it was considered a minor misdemeanor to trespass upon the grounds of the White House or Vice President’s residency. This bill closes a loophole that could have prevented the Secret Service from fulfilling its responsibilities to protect the President, Vice President, and other individuals it is tasked with safeguarding.

Several people have expressed concerns that this bill could limit their Constitutional rights, specifically the First Amendment rights of protesters. Please rest assured that nothing in this legislation takes away anyone’s right to free speech. Folks will still have the ability to exercise their First Amendment rights and protest at the White House, U.S. Capitol, and other federal buildings. This legislation aims to provide better security for the President, Vice President, and other officials by strengthening penalties for those who enter a restricted building with the intent to do harm.

Thank you again for contacting me on this important issue. I invite you to visit my website at http://www.jaimehb.house.gov for additional information or to sign up to be kept up to date on these issues. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can ever be of assistance.


Jaime Herrera Beutler

Member of Congress


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He’s no Jack Kennedy……click the pic for the story

I read today that the Russians are looking to establish a base in Cuba and are in talks with the Cuban Government.   Anyone with half a brain should have seen this coming. I reported on this a long time ago. The Russian Bear NEVER went away and is now looking to take advantage of an America they perceive as weak and misguided.  They may be right, and for the Obama Administration to not anticipate this maneuver, is wholly incompetent and/or subversive. If the Russians get a foothold in Cuba, does anyone believe that they won’t move in nukes, either ship launched or land? The Lefts blindness in this area is incomprehensible and Americans, as well as any other country in the western hemisphere should be alarmed at this development.  America used to have a doctrine that did not allow the introduction of any kind of nukes in the western hemisphere, and it is looking like the Obama Administration has ignored that prudent policy.  Just look at what is going on in Venezuela with the Communists moving in there.  There is no doubt in my mind that Obama is ill prepared to deal with this level of crisis.  In my opinion he will crumble and nothing good will come of it.  The thought of nukes aimed at us from 90 miles off the coast is not a comforting thought even though they have subs off our coasts all the time, doing the same thing we do, armed with nuclear tipped messengers of destruction….  Click here to read on how President Kennedy handled the situation in October of 1962.  Of course, Obama might just think that this is all okay and he couldn’t care less…..  I don’t know, what do you think?



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Until I heard Dick Morris on Hannity today, I thought that we were going to be ok on this issue because it takes 2/3rds of the Senate to ratify any treaty, and since there is no way 2/3rds of the Senate would sign on to this, we were going to be good. Well, according to Dick Morris, in this case, this is not true. According to him, because the United States is a signator of the Geneva Conventions (I think this is what he said, I was driving and a little distracted, but the rest was clear), it will become binding upon the signature of the President and will remain so until the Senate votes to renounce it along with the President and Sec. of State. This of course will not happen if we lose these elections and even in the event of a lame duck senate, they will try to push this crap through. I urge you all to share this as much as possible and pass the word. Sign the petition and state your displeasure in the body of the letter to your Reps like I did.This is nothing short of an “End Run” around the Constitution and the will of the American Citizens and cannot be allowed to succeed.  These people MUST pay the political price at the polls this election cycle.  NEVER LOSE SIGHT OF THE FACT , it is the Dems who are working feverishly to get your guns and turn this nation into just another socialist European nation and they must be taken out of office now!



After doing a lot of detective work, I was able to decipher what is really going on with this issue.  First, it was not the Geneva Convention that Morris cited.  It was the Vienna Convention.  Most of the hub-bub is about section 12 of this document which basically outlines the binding nature of the document via the signators.  After finding this information I was lead to Richard Nixon who sent this to the Senate; http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=2036. 

Now you will read on this document; 185 – Message to the Senate Transmitting the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the Optional Protocol Concerning the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes  May 5, 1969.  I underline the key thing here…  Finding this, I went to Thomas/Library of Congress  and did a search for treaty “Vienna Convention”.  This is what is shown for the treaty in question;

Type:   International Law and Organization
Countries:   un–multilateral
Formal Title:   The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, signed for the United States on April 24, 1970

Legislative Actions   

Floor Action:   November 22, 1971 – Received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations by unanimous consent.

Committee Action:   August 03, 1972 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Hearings held.
Committee Action:   August 08, 1972 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Committee consideration held.
Committee Action:   September 07, 1972 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Ordered to be reported with understandings and interpretation.
Committee Action:   September 19, 1972 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Committee consideration held.
Committee Action:   November 08, 1973 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Committee consideration held.
Committee Action:   April 30, 1974 – Committee on Foreign Relations. Committee consideration held. Index Terms :  
T.DOC. 92-12
Control Number:  092TD00012
So as you can see, it was tabled and not ratified.  Therefore is non sequitur as it relates to this case in question.  Now there is another Vienna Convention treaty that WAS ratified, and that was  “VIENNA CONVENTION ON CONSULAR RELATIONS WITH OPTIONAL PROTOCOL”.  The information is as follows:
Treaty Number:   91-5
Old Number:   Ex. E, 91st Congress, 1st Session
Transmitted:   May 05, 1969
Type:   Consular
Countries:   n/a
Senate Executive Report(s):   91-9
Related Document(s):   Ex. Rept. 91-9

Legislative Actions   

Floor Action:   May 05, 1969 – Received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations by unanimous consent.
Floor Action:   October 21, 1969 – Reported by Senator Fulbright Committee on Foreign Relations, with printed report – Ex.Rept. 91-9.
Floor Action:   October 22, 1969 – Resolution of advice and consent to ratification agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay vote. 81-0. Record Vote No: 130 EX. Index Terms :  
Control Number:  091TD00005
So with all this being said, it looks like Dick Morris is a little off base on this issue.  This Vienna Convention treaty has nothing to do with the subject matter at hand so it seems that the Senate will still have to ratify this Arms treaty should Hillary and Obama sign us into it.  From all the reporting I am finding, it will be DOA in the Senate as there ae more than enough votes to kill it.  Below I am including a bunch of links that lead me to my conclusions.  I hope this information helps.



http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/thomas    Go to Thomas and research 91st and 92nd congress/senate vienna convention.  Here will be the definitive data on the subject…

UPDATED 080112

The UN failed their attempt at this nefarious plan.  Click HERE for the details.

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SHE MUST NOT GO BACK THE U.S. SENATE! Click the pic to go to her opponent and contribute to his campaign.

“Thank you for contacting me United States Supreme Court’s decision affirming the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

On June 28, 2012, in the landmark decision of National Federation of Independent Business et. al. v. Health and Human Services et al., the United States Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PL 111-148). The Supreme Court’s decision is an important step in upholding a law that will help drive down the cost of health care and increase access to those who don’t have coverage. Many important provisions will help reward the State of Washington for its cost-effective, outcome-based, delivery system.

Due to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, people can no longer be denied insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions. The law provides small businesses tax breaks for providing health insurance. It also will help provide cheaper prescription drugs for seniors, and will permit young adults to stay on their parents’ health insurance until age 26. It ends unfair penalties for Washington providers who deliver quality health care at a lower cost than other states, and it ensures Washington state’s Basic Health Plan will continue to serve as a national model for expanding access to care using bulk purchasing power. Finally, the law helps to build Washington state’s future health care workforce.

Ensuring that individuals have access to high quality affordable health care has always been a priority of mine. As a member of the Senate Finance Committee, I will continue to strongly advocate for increased access to quality health care, affordable health care cost, and improved efficiency of our medical delivery system.

Thank you again for contacting me to share your thoughts on this matter. Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance.


Maria Cantwell

United States Senator”

MY COMMENTS:  After all we now know about this Obamanation of a law, this poor example of a Senator has the chutzpah to crow about it now.  She is exposing herself for all of us to see what she really is, just another Liberal/Progressive who wants to make you a servant of big government who in-turn will be telling you what kind of healthcare you will be ALLOWED to have.  She is just another tax and spend liberal who believes that raising taxes is the answer to all our ills.  As I indicated in a earlier post, she is just another career politician, who happens to be one of those terrible millionaires who doesn’t pay enough taxes, but says we should pay more but I doubt that she pays any more that she has too.  Don’t ever lose sight of the fact that the $250k they talk about as the limit, those below won’t pay more, that $250k is gross pay, not net!  So almost all small business people will get hammered.  SHE IS A DYED IN THE WOOL LIBERAL/PROGRESSIVE PERIOD!  She must be voted out of office this election!




According to this 2011 report from Mediaite.com, Senator Maria Cantwell has done pretty well in the US Senate.  According to this report she is reportedly worth anywhere from $2 million dollars to $10 million dollars.  So, I am to surmise that Obama’s rhetoric about the evil million and billionaires, she is one of those he is talking about?  I guess so, but look at the company she has as a Millionaire.  Seems like the vast majority of the “D”s are in that catagory too.  It all seems a little schizophrenic that they spew hate about how the rich do not pay their fair share of taxes, and they are them….if you catch my point…  check out this spreadsheet with totals and averages I computed so you can make an easy comparison as to your net worth, and theirs.    If I was Michael Baumgartner, who is challenging her for her Senate seat, I would make sure that this information was used in his campaign. Oh, by the way; Check out Patty Murrays wealth too.  The “Mom in tennis shoes” seems to be doing well too, but I have a hard time believing it….Way too low when compared to her peers…..  Hey, I’m just sayin’……..

Name chamber Party Min. Net Worth Average Net Worth Max. Net Worth
John Kerry (D-Mass) S D $181,469,521 $231,722,794 $281,976,067
Mark Warner (D-Va) S D $76,372,212 $192,730,605 $309,088,999
Herb Kohl (D-Wis) S D $88,228,026 $173,538,010 $258,847,994
Jared Polis (D-Colo) H D $57,944,127 $143,218,562 $228,492,998
Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) H D $5,946,075 $101,123,032 $196,299,990
Jay Rockefeller (D-WVa) S D $61,632,019 $99,057,011 $136,482,003
Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) S D $55,073,211 $85,572,116 $116,071,021
Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) S D $55,119,731 $73,151,590 $91,183,450
Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif) S D $44,386,225 $69,046,622 $93,707,020
Nita M. Lowey (D-NY) H D $15,395,036 $41,210,018 $67,025,000
Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) H D $7,796,017 $28,605,505 $49,414,994
Claire McCaskill (D-Mo) S D $17,900,212 $26,511,109 $35,122,006
Kay R. Hagan (D-NC) S D $3,139,633 $18,750,305 $34,360,977
Rosa L. DeLauro (D-Conn) H D $5,844,020 $16,626,008 $27,407,996
Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) S D $10,276,123 $16,597,062 $22,918,001
Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) S D $6,895,272 $16,251,135 $25,606,999
Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) H D $8,276,090 $15,008,544 $21,740,999
Shelley Berkley (D-Nev) H D $7,236,882 $13,662,359 $20,087,837
Jackie Speier (D-Calif) H D $4,506,072 $12,517,035 $20,527,999
Michael F. Bennet (D-Colo) S D $4,986,027 $12,225,513 $19,465,000
Ben Nelson (D-Neb) S D $6,562,096 $10,180,548 $13,799,001
John A. Yarmuth (D-Ky) H D $2,851,010 $9,608,004 $16,364,999
Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) S D $3,475,226 $8,883,112 $14,290,999
Al Franken (D-Minn) S D $4,554,050 $8,747,525 $12,941,000
Jim Cooper (D-Tenn) H D $3,712,040 $7,472,020 $11,232,000
Joe Manchin (D-WVa) S D $3,697,087 $7,177,543 $10,658,000
John Garamendi (D-Calif) H D $1,922,009 $6,948,503 $11,974,997
Ron Wyden (D-Ore) S D $5,734,033 $6,847,018 $7,960,004
Harry Reid (D-Nev) S D $3,302,053 $6,806,026 $10,309,999
Kurt Schrader (D-Ore) H D $3,922,063 $6,401,531 $8,881,000
Heath Shuler (D-NC) H D $1,839,026 $6,275,511 $10,711,997
Maria Cantwell (D-Wash) S D $2,037,012 $6,163,505 $10,289,999
James Webb (D-Va) S D $1,313,190 $6,131,593 $10,949,997
Chris Coons (D-Del) S D $3,021,182 $5,281,178 $7,541,174
Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore) H D $2,458,047 $4,924,520 $7,390,993
Tom Carper (D-Del) S D $2,058,157 $4,607,078 $7,155,999
Niki Tsongas (D-Mass) H D $1,252,045 $4,566,021 $7,879,998
Al Green (D-Texas) H D $1,665,011 $4,532,505 $7,399,999
William R. Keating (D-Mass) H D $1,678,053 $4,415,026 $7,152,000
Peter Welch (D-Vt) H D $2,287,107 $4,396,553 $6,506,000
Jim Himes (D-Conn) H D $2,603,051 $4,324,025 $6,045,000
Pete Stark (D-Calif) H D ($19,177,982) $3,963,507 $27,104,997
Bill Nelson (D-Fla) S D $1,480,007 $3,765,503 $6,051,000
John Barrow (D-Ga) H D $1,501,003 $3,758,001 $6,015,000
Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) H D $1,678,161 $3,753,658 $5,829,156
Jim Costa (D-Calif) H D $869,009 $3,614,503 $6,359,998
Steven R. Rothman (D-NJ) H D $1,920,058 $3,485,529 $5,051,000
Ben Cardin (D-Md) S D $1,900,080 $3,477,540 $5,055,000
Barbara Boxer (D-Calif) S D $1,267,008 $3,449,004 $5,631,000
Bill Pascrell Jr (D-NJ) H D $2,026,041 $3,386,520 $4,747,000
Bill Owens (D-NY) H D $1,985,032 $3,306,015 $4,626,999
John D. Dingell (D-Mich) H D $1,656,093 $3,250,546 $4,845,000
Barney Frank (D-Mass) H D $1,903,069 $3,236,534 $4,570,000
Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii) S D $1,968,020 $3,186,509 $4,404,999
James P. McGovern (D-Mass) H D $602,012 $2,853,505 $5,104,999
Allyson Schwartz (D-Pa) H D $1,699,042 $2,830,021 $3,961,000
Mary L. Landrieu (D-La) S D $2,031,021 $2,685,511 $3,340,001
David Price (D-NC) H D $1,369,078 $2,665,539 $3,962,000
Stephen Ira Cohen (D-Tenn) H D $1,344,074 $2,589,537 $3,835,000
Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) S D $479,021 $2,579,507 $4,679,993
Tom Udall (D-NM) S D $1,511,036 $2,551,518 $3,592,000
Loretta Sanchez (D-Calif) H D $252,003 $2,466,000 $4,679,998
Kent Conrad (D-ND) S D $1,447,043 $2,454,021 $3,461,000
Nick Rahall (D-WVa) H D $1,923,383 $2,445,377 $2,967,372
Gary Peters (D-Mich) H D $797,165 $2,420,582 $4,043,999
Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY) H D $1,464,018 $2,387,009 $3,310,000
Susan A. Davis (D-Calif) H D $1,302,051 $2,383,525 $3,464,999
Mazie K. Hirono (D-Hawaii) H D $1,350,034 $2,362,516 $3,374,999
Mark Begich (D-Alaska) S D $96,052 $2,272,023 $4,447,995
Sam Farr (D-Calif) H D $1,319,021 $2,114,510 $2,910,000
Peter DeFazio (D-Ore) H D $1,067,020 $2,104,008 $3,140,996
Daniel Lipinski (D-Ill) H D $1,043,059 $2,045,029 $3,047,000
Gerry Connolly (D-Va) H D $998,048 $2,001,523 $3,004,998
Jim Langevin (D-RI) H D $696,026 $1,988,011 $3,279,997
Joe Lieberman (D-Conn) S D $907,082 $1,981,541 $3,056,000
Judy Chu (D-Calif) H D $1,099,025 $1,917,012 $2,735,000
Colleen Hanabusa (D-Hawaii) H D $1,061,013 $1,888,506 $2,715,999
Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md) H D $1,035,044 $1,855,522 $2,676,000
Sander Levin (D-Mich) H D $1,497,127 $1,846,624 $2,196,122
Anna Eshoo (D-Calif) H D $1,116,011 $1,841,505 $2,567,000
Luis V. Gutierrez (D-Ill) H D $1,053,014 $1,774,507 $2,496,000
Dan Boren (D-Okla) H D $925,018 $1,768,008 $2,610,998
G. K. Butterfield (D-NC) H D $1,158,645 $1,759,135 $2,359,625
Brad Sherman (D-Calif) H D $499,019 $1,731,008 $2,962,998
Mike Thompson (D-Calif) H D $846,010 $1,730,504 $2,614,999
Carl Levin (D-Mich) S D $1,029,016 $1,694,508 $2,360,000
Jeff Merkley (D-Ore) S D $530,026 $1,640,511 $2,750,996
Robert A. Brady (D-Pa) H D $1,080,007 $1,640,503 $2,201,000
Xavier Becerra (D-Calif) H D $611,059 $1,588,528 $2,565,998
Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif) H D $796,036 $1,555,518 $2,315,000
Rush Holt (D-NJ) H D $146,014 $1,531,005 $2,915,997
Edward J. Markey (D-Mass) H D $868,025 $1,494,512 $2,121,000
Doris O. Matsui (D-Calif) H D $824,021 $1,467,010 $2,110,000
Mark Udall (D-Colo) S D $685,048 $1,405,524 $2,126,000
Frederica S. Wilson (D-Fla) H D $813,012 $1,329,006 $1,845,000
Timothy H. Bishop (D-NY) H D $851,005 $1,283,002 $1,715,000
Diana DeGette (D-Colo) H D $724,025 $1,267,012 $1,810,000
Michael E. Capuano (D-Mass) H D $261,028 $1,262,011 $2,262,995
Charles B. Rangel (D-NY) H D $719,019 $1,252,009 $1,785,000
Pete Visclosky (D-Ind) H D $664,024 $1,225,012 $1,786,000
Howard L. Berman (D-Calif) H D $1,139,171 $1,181,670 $1,224,169
Kathy Castor (D-Fla) H D $575,035 $1,164,017 $1,753,000
Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif) H D $625,020 $1,150,510 $1,676,000
Jon Tester (D-Mont) S D $752,004 $1,141,002 $1,530,000
John W. Olver (D-Mass) H D $604,018 $1,119,509 $1,635,000
Dick Durbin (D-Ill) S D $999,551 $1,099,550 $1,199,549
Ed Pastor (D-Ariz) H D $614,012 $1,072,005 $1,529,998
Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) H D $650,003 $1,067,501 $1,484,999
Adam Schiff (D-Calif) H D $544,032 $1,052,016 $1,560,000
Maxine Waters (D-Calif) H D ($3,495,980) $1,013,009 $5,521,998
Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) S D $631,006 $998,003 $1,365,000
Daniel K. Akaka (D-Hawaii) S D $619,008 $990,504 $1,362,000
Edwin G. Perlmutter (D-Colo) H D $513,038 $967,519 $1,422,000
David N. Cicilline (D-RI) H D $502,004 $966,001 $1,429,999
Dennis Cardoza (D-Calif) H D $519,024 $964,512 $1,410,000
Jim Matheson (D-Utah) H D $543,025 $956,512 $1,370,000
Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) H D $470,014 $935,005 $1,399,997
Patty Murray (D-Wash) S D $513,018 $916,509 $1,320,000
Ron Kind (D-Wis) H D $202,024 $909,510 $1,616,997
Melvin L. Watt (D-NC) H D $399,043 $905,021 $1,411,000
Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo) H D $498,013 $891,506 $1,285,000
Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz) H D $291,035 $865,516 $1,439,998
Gary Ackerman (D-NY) H D $457,022 $862,510 $1,267,999
Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) S D $472,019 $851,009 $1,230,000
Tim Johnson (D-SD) S D $372,035 $828,017 $1,284,000
Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md) H D ($243,990) $815,502 $1,874,994
Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) H D $436,018 $800,509 $1,165,000
Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss) H D $370,026 $773,013 $1,176,000
Jim McDermott (D-Wash) H D $729,258 $767,756 $806,254
Marcia L. Fudge (D-Ohio) H D $458,012 $764,006 $1,070,000
Chellie Pingree (D-Maine) H D $500,001 $750,000 $1,000,000
Bob Filner (D-Calif) H D $353,017 $742,008 $1,130,999
Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) S D $435,010 $730,005 $1,025,000
Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn) S D $345,029 $724,514 $1,104,000
Norm Dicks (D-Wash) H D $432,007 $706,003 $980,000
George Miller (D-Calif) H D $259,013 $668,006 $1,076,999
Ben Chandler (D-Ky) H D $377,013 $654,006 $931,000
Mike Honda (D-Calif) H D $369,010 $639,505 $910,000
John F. Tierney (D-Mass) H D $331,015 $636,007 $941,000
Ted Deutch (D-Fla) H D $345,015 $635,007 $925,000
Donald M. Payne (D-NJ) H D $181,014 $628,006 $1,074,998
Stephen F. Lynch (D-Mass) H D $6,009 $623,503 $1,240,998
Betty Sue Sutton (D-Ohio) H D $328,023 $613,511 $899,000
Dale E. Kildee (D-Mich) H D $346,009 $606,004 $866,000
Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) H D $33,011 $589,004 $1,144,998
Jack Reed (D-RI) S D $196,042 $568,521 $941,000
Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis) H D $169,006 $564,502 $959,998
Robert E. Andrews (D-NJ) H D $299,010 $547,504 $795,999
Tim Holden (D-Pa) H D $290,020 $547,010 $804,000
Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio) H D $303,017 $537,008 $771,000
Mike Michaud (D-Maine) H D $253,022 $524,011 $795,000
Gene Green (D-Texas) H D $295,006 $522,503 $750,000
John Carney (D-Del) H D $185,031 $517,515 $850,000
John Sarbanes (D-Md) H D $260,014 $517,507 $775,000
Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-Calif) H D $271,013 $501,006 $731,000
David Loebsack (D-Iowa) H D $228,017 $499,008 $770,000
Mark Critz (D-Pa) H D $235,017 $492,508 $750,000
Lynn Woolsey (D-Calif) H D $276,011 $490,505 $705,000
Frank Pallone Jr (D-NJ) H D $22,052 $473,525 $924,998
Danny K. Davis (D-Ill) H D $282,014 $460,507 $639,000
Karen Bass (D-Calif) H D $265,005 $458,002 $651,000
Bruce Braley (D-Iowa) H D $206,016 $435,508 $665,000
Robert Menendez (D-NJ) S D $217,005 $423,502 $629,999
Adam Smith (D-Wash) H D $190,015 $407,507 $625,000
Barbara Lee (D-Calif) H D $252,006 $392,503 $533,000
Rick Larsen (D-Wash) H D $155,023 $390,511 $626,000
James E. Clyburn (D-SC) H D $220,772 $388,267 $555,763
David Scott (D-Ga) H D ($248,997) $383,001 $1,014,999
Joe Courtney (D-Conn) H D $133,021 $364,010 $595,000
Bob Casey (D-Pa) S D $159,019 $361,009 $563,000
Jerry F. Costello (D-Ill) H D $195,005 $347,502 $500,000
Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md) S D $156,016 $336,508 $517,000
Russ Carnahan (D-Mo) H D $151,003 $328,001 $504,999
Jay Inslee (D-Wash) H D $106,023 $323,511 $541,000
Hansen Clarke (D-Mich) H D $163,009 $304,004 $445,000
Mike Ross (D-Ark) H D $128,010 $304,004 $479,999
Chris Van Hollen (D-Md) H D $148,007 $296,503 $445,000
John B. Larson (D-Conn) H D $135,008 $280,004 $425,000
Jason Altmire (D-Pa) H D $149,009 $279,504 $410,000
Jesse Jackson Jr (D-Ill) H D $111,015 $276,507 $442,000
Collin C. Peterson (D-Minn) H D $136,010 $263,005 $390,000
Chaka Fattah (D-Pa) H D $150,002 $250,001 $350,000
Brad Miller (D-NC) H D $42,028 $248,514 $455,000
Timothy J. Walz (D-Minn) H D ($102,992) $247,502 $597,996
Edolphus Towns (D-NY) H D ($290,985) $239,506 $769,997
Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill) H D $12,025 $223,012 $433,999
Linda Sanchez (D-Calif) H D ($243,978) $218,009 $679,997
Joseph Crowley (D-NY) H D $32,019 $211,009 $389,999
Robert C. Scott (D-Va) H D ($352,944) $209,025 $770,995
Eliot L. Engel (D-NY) H D $68,005 $199,002 $329,999
Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) H D $102,004 $191,502 $281,000
Albio Sires (D-NJ) H D $97,006 $188,503 $280,000
Mike Doyle (D-Pa) H D $15,003 $175,000 $334,998
Joe Donnelly (D-Ind) H D $76,010 $174,005 $272,000
Raul M. Grijalva (D-Ariz) H D $37,010 $163,504 $289,999
Brian M. Higgins (D-NY) H D $16,011 $146,005 $275,999
Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) S D $49,007 $129,503 $210,000
Richard E. Neal (D-Mass) H D $67,010 $126,505 $186,000
Mike McIntyre (D-NC) H D $67,006 $124,503 $182,000
Lois Capps (D-Calif) H D ($3,974,987) $113,006 $4,200,999
Yvette D. Clarke (D-NY) H D $35,007 $105,003 $175,000
Larry Kissell (D-NC) H D ($6,991) $94,004 $194,999
Christopher S. Murphy (D-Conn) H D ($28,992) $90,503 $209,998
Betty McCollum (D-Minn) H D $11,011 $88,005 $165,000
Max Baucus (D-Mont) S D $10,010 $85,005 $160,000
John Lewis (D-Ga) H D $9,009 $72,004 $135,000
Martin Heinrich (D-NM) H D $19,015 $69,507 $120,000
Charlie A. Gonzalez (D-Texas) H D ($163,995) $58,501 $280,998
Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md) H D $18,005 $57,002 $96,000
Mike Quigley (D-Ill) H D ($34,998) $42,500 $119,998
Ben R. Lujan (D-NM) H D $16,002 $40,501 $65,000
Gwen Moore (D-Wis) H D $5,005 $40,002 $75,000
Dennis J. Kucinich (D-Ohio) H D $4,007 $33,503 $63,000
Jose E. Serrano (D-NY) H D $15,001 $32,500 $50,000
William L. Clay Jr (D-Mo) H D $4,004 $32,002 $60,000
Donna Edwards (D-Md) H D $16,423 $30,921 $45,420
Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) H D $1,002 $28,001 $55,000
Joe Baca (D-Calif) H D $3,004 $24,502 $46,000
Cedric L. Richmond (D-La) H D ($48,996) $19,001 $86,998
Jerry McNerney (D-Calif) H D $1,003 $9,001 $17,000
Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) H D $1,002 $8,501 $16,000
Mark Pryor (D-Ark) S D $1,001 $8,500 $16,000
Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) H D $1,001 $8,000 $15,000
Paul Tonko (D-NY) H D $1,001 $8,000 $15,000
Corrine Brown (D-Fla) H D ($12,998) $3,501 $20,000
Hank Johnson (D-Ga) H D $0 $0 $0
Gregory W. Meeks (D-NY) H D $0 $0 $0
Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill) H D $0 $0 $0
Jim Moran (D-Va) H D $0 $0 $0
Keith Ellison (D-Minn) H D ($47,994) ($14,497) $18,999
Andre Carson (D-Ind) H D ($82,996) ($25,998) $30,999
Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla) H D ($289,989) ($27,496) $234,997
Deborah Ann Stabenow (D-Mich) S D ($50,000) ($32,500) ($15,001)
Steve Israel (D-NY) H D ($134,998) ($55,000) $24,998
Grace Napolitano (D-Calif) H D ($448,997) ($91,999) $264,998
John Conyers Jr (D-Mich) H D ($199,999) ($120,001) ($40,003)
Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY) H D ($4,248,997) ($146,999) $3,954,998
Sanford D. Bishop Jr (D-Ga) H D ($430,990) ($159,496) $111,998
Terri Sewell (D-Ala) H D ($851,983) ($173,493) $504,996
Laura Richardson (D-Calif) H D ($1,230,988) ($383,496) $463,996
Ruben Hinojosa (D-Texas) H D ($5,110,972) ($2,500,488) $109,996
Alcee L. Hastings (D-Fla) H D ($7,348,999) ($4,732,002) ($2,115,006)
totals $824,280,165 $1,707,419,416 $2,590,558,777 $1,707,419,453
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt) S I ($56,988) $429,004 $914,996
Darrell Issa (R-Calif) H R $195,400,035 $448,125,017 $700,850,000
Michael McCaul (R-Texas) H R $258,618,051 $380,411,527 $502,205,003
Vernon Buchanan (R-Fla) H R ($50,724,701) $136,152,641 $323,029,983
Bob Corker (R-Tenn) S R $11,679,048 $59,550,022 $107,420,996
James E. Risch (R-Idaho) S R $19,454,055 $54,088,026 $88,721,997
Kenny Marchant (R-Texas) H R $28,276,794 $49,340,275 $70,403,757
Gary Miller (R-Calif) H R $17,454,056 $46,008,028 $74,562,000
Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) H R $20,350,188 $42,900,594 $65,451,000
James B. Renacci (R-Ohio) H R $32,345,756 $42,060,709 $51,775,662
Mike Kelly (R-Pa) H R $7,903,037 $34,612,518 $61,321,999
Trent Franks (R-Ariz) H R $11,600,005 $33,925,002 $56,250,000
Richard A. Berg (R-ND) H R $12,146,147 $33,562,590 $54,979,033
Diane Lynn Black (R-Tenn) H R ($7,315,946) $31,272,522 $69,860,990
Tom Petri (R-Wis) H R $10,346,025 $28,106,012 $45,865,999
Richard L Hanna (R-NY) H R $13,725,124 $27,837,562 $41,950,000
Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) S R $9,839,049 $27,213,024 $44,587,000
Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) H R $11,188,102 $26,654,549 $42,120,996
Ron Johnson (R-Wis) S R $8,181,014 $22,949,507 $37,718,000
Steve Pearce (R-NM) H R $8,033,014 $22,639,007 $37,245,000
Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn) S R $9,651,050 $22,538,024 $35,424,999
Scott Rigell (R-Va) H R $7,819,054 $21,969,526 $36,119,998
John Hoeven (R-ND) S R ($12,073,898) $21,622,050 $55,317,999
John Campbell (R-Calif) H R $8,438,067 $20,731,033 $33,024,000
Olympia J. Snowe (R-Maine) S R $9,426,053 $19,348,026 $29,270,000
F. James Sensenbrenner Jr (R-Wis) H R $15,678,876 $18,730,850 $21,782,825
Fred Upton (R-Mich) H R $7,762,217 $16,288,608 $24,814,999
John McCain (R-Ariz) S R $9,249,289 $16,017,639 $22,785,990
Nan Hayworth (R-NY) H R $9,347,241 $15,905,120 $22,463,000
Jeff Sessions (R-Ala) S R $6,224,066 $15,842,033 $25,460,000
Cynthia Marie Lummis (R-Wyo) H R $5,551,023 $14,822,011 $24,092,999
Tom Price (R-Ga) H R $9,469,876 $12,204,367 $14,938,858
Johnny Isakson (R-Ga) S R $6,440,115 $11,975,057 $17,509,999
Randy Neugebauer (R-Texas) H R $5,172,075 $11,553,036 $17,933,997
James M. Inhofe (R-Okla) S R $5,100,056 $11,288,027 $17,475,999
John Fleming (R-La) H R $2,655,824 $10,172,792 $17,689,760
Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo) H R $3,154,027 $8,894,512 $14,634,997
Rob Portman (R-Ohio) S R $1,325,069 $8,804,534 $16,283,999
David B. McKinley (R-WVa) H R $4,444,076 $8,777,538 $13,111,000
David Dreier (R-Calif) H R $4,212,087 $8,496,043 $12,780,000
Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala) S R $4,927,043 $8,341,022 $11,755,002
Jeffrey M. Landry (R-La) H R $3,326,016 $8,205,506 $13,084,997
William Flores (R-Texas) H R $3,220,016 $7,924,008 $12,628,000
Wally Herger (R-Calif) H R $2,956,018 $7,535,509 $12,115,000
Dave Camp (R-Mich) H R $4,199,146 $7,292,073 $10,385,000
Jon Runyan (R-NJ) H R $3,481,018 $7,053,008 $10,624,998
Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio) H R $3,283,053 $6,765,026 $10,247,000
Scott Tipton (R-Colo) H R $2,918,074 $6,506,537 $10,095,000
Charles Bass (R-NH) H R $3,164,021 $6,438,010 $9,712,000
John L. Mica (R-Fla) H R $3,201,011 $6,401,005 $9,600,999
David Schweikert (R-Ariz) H R $1,480,029 $6,165,011 $10,849,994
Dennis Ross (R-Fla) H R $1,990,008 $6,137,503 $10,284,998
Virginia Foxx (R-NC) H R $2,755,037 $5,928,518 $9,102,000
John A. Barrasso (R-Wyo) S R $2,713,015 $5,730,007 $8,747,000
Daniel J. Benishek (R-Mich) H R $3,335,080 $5,645,540 $7,956,000
Judy Biggert (R-Ill) H R $2,147,063 $5,638,531 $9,129,999
Eric Cantor (R-Va) H R $2,893,110 $5,471,054 $8,048,999
Cliff Stearns (R-Fla) H R $2,018,033 $5,458,014 $8,897,996
Roscoe G. Bartlett (R-Md) H R $2,432,016 $5,306,008 $8,180,000
Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) S R $3,082,081 $5,243,540 $7,405,000
Mike Conaway (R-Texas) H R $2,844,117 $5,080,558 $7,317,000
Tom Latham (R-Iowa) H R $2,297,428 $5,025,421 $7,753,415
Denny Rehberg (R-Mont) H R ($2,152,987) $4,988,504 $12,129,996
Phil Gingrey (R-Ga) H R $2,410,035 $4,960,015 $7,509,996
Michael O. Johanns (R-Neb) S R $3,008,038 $4,941,519 $6,875,000
Daniel R. Coats (R-Ind) S R $2,817,054 $4,827,527 $6,838,000
Ander Crenshaw (R-Fla) H R $1,899,018 $4,479,509 $7,060,000
Pete Sessions (R-Texas) H R $2,657,050 $4,420,525 $6,184,000
John Boehner (R-Ohio) H R $2,099,107 $4,092,053 $6,085,000
Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) S R $2,195,097 $3,962,048 $5,729,000
Lamar Smith (R-Texas) H R $2,086,120 $3,925,560 $5,765,000
John Michael “Mick” Mulvaney (R-SC) H R $1,514,081 $3,912,539 $6,310,997
Ken Calvert (R-Calif) H R ($1,899,989) $3,900,002 $9,699,994
Robert B. Aderholt (R-Ala) H R $1,491,019 $3,879,009 $6,267,000
Reid Ribble (R-Wis) H R $833,072 $3,845,064 $6,857,056
Tom Rooney (R-Fla) H R $1,365,008 $3,784,003 $6,202,999
Tom Cole (R-Okla) H R $2,039,077 $3,737,538 $5,436,000
Roy Blunt (R-Mo) S R $1,075,021 $3,717,509 $6,359,998
Leonard Lance (R-NJ) H R $2,216,060 $3,706,030 $5,196,000
Hal Rogers (R-Ky) H R $1,624,344 $3,683,841 $5,743,339
Ron Paul (R) H R $1,939,039 $3,576,519 $5,213,999
Robert Dold (R-Ill) H R $696,022 $3,545,509 $6,394,996
Tim Scott (R-SC) H R $915,004 $3,432,500 $5,949,997
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo) H R ($2,784,995) $3,407,501 $9,599,998
John Boozman (R-Ark) S R $713,011 $3,405,505 $6,097,999
Jo Bonner (R-Ala) H R $1,075,022 $3,402,509 $5,729,997
Jack Kingston (R-Ga) H R $2,725,768 $3,357,262 $3,988,757
Pat Toomey (R-Pa) S R $1,750,070 $3,250,534 $4,750,999
Jeff Denham (R-Calif) H R $1,000,002 $3,200,000 $5,399,999
Tom Coburn (R-Okla) S R $1,039,236 $3,191,118 $5,343,000
Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) S R $1,654,082 $3,182,541 $4,711,000
Greg Walden (R-Ore) H R $1,804,033 $2,957,016 $4,110,000
Ann Marie Buerkle (R-NY) H R $601,004 $2,850,501 $5,099,998
Steve Southerland (R-Fla) H R $500,004 $2,826,001 $5,151,998
Ed Whitfield (R-Ky) H R $1,479,047 $2,794,523 $4,109,999
Andy Harris (R-Md) H R $1,525,050 $2,787,525 $4,050,000
J. Randy Forbes (R-Va) H R ($12,690) $2,749,302 $5,511,295
Charles J. Fleischmann (R-Tenn) H R $2,098,812 $2,723,807 $3,348,803
John Carter (R-Texas) H R $415,002 $2,617,499 $4,819,996
Phil Roe (R-Tenn) H R $2,151,381 $2,611,376 $3,071,372
Dean Heller (R-Nev) S R $2,274,118 $2,426,114 $2,578,110
Billy Long (R-Mo) H R $461,037 $2,406,516 $4,351,996
Tom Graves (R-Ga) H R $1,508,015 $2,339,007 $3,170,000
Robert E. Latta (R-Ohio) H R $1,345,035 $2,298,017 $3,251,000
Mike D. Rogers (R-Ala) H R $1,370,018 $2,252,508 $3,134,999
Thad Cochran (R-Miss) S R $974,079 $2,100,539 $3,227,000
Paul Ryan (R-Wis) H R $927,100 $2,067,050 $3,207,000
Howard Coble (R-NC) H R $1,282,073 $2,046,052 $2,810,031
Bill Cassidy (R-La) H R $850,054 $1,972,526 $3,094,999
Mike Simpson (R-Idaho) H R $1,515,342 $1,924,838 $2,334,334
Michael Burgess (R-Texas) H R $926,085 $1,903,542 $2,880,999
Bob Goodlatte (R-Va) H R $1,087,045 $1,884,522 $2,682,000
Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) H R $1,063,025 $1,841,512 $2,620,000
Dan Burton (R-Ind) H R $1,118,019 $1,819,009 $2,520,000
Austin Scott (R-Ga) H R $1,173,882 $1,814,872 $2,455,863
Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) H R $912,018 $1,783,508 $2,654,998
Shelley Moore Capito (R-WVa) H R $506,060 $1,732,028 $2,957,997
Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) S R $897,040 $1,669,020 $2,441,000
David Vitter (R-La) S R $801,061 $1,640,530 $2,480,000
Timothy V. Johnson (R-Ill) H R $942,030 $1,636,015 $2,330,000
Elton Gallegly (R-Calif) H R $262,021 $1,633,509 $3,004,997
Richard Burr (R-NC) S R $981,085 $1,584,080 $2,187,075
Scott P. Brown (R-Mass) S R $835,106 $1,542,594 $2,250,082
Pete Olson (R-Texas) H R $709,034 $1,397,017 $2,085,000
Chip Cravaack (R-Minn) H R $843,018 $1,394,009 $1,945,000
Louis J. Barletta (R-Pa) H R $169,105 $1,391,551 $2,613,998
Charles W. Boustany Jr (R-La) H R $1,053,449 $1,384,945 $1,716,441
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash) H R $421,020 $1,338,009 $2,254,998
Patrick J. Tiberi (R-Ohio) H R $608,033 $1,332,015 $2,055,998
Larry D. Bucshon (R-Ind) H R $646,052 $1,318,526 $1,991,000
Tom Reed (R-NY) H R $784,011 $1,297,505 $1,810,999
Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio) H R $533,041 $1,296,519 $2,059,998
Brian P. Bilbray (R-Calif) H R $1,111,014 $1,272,509 $1,434,004
Bill Shuster (R-Pa) H R $674,033 $1,214,516 $1,755,000
Mike Enzi (R-Wyo) S R $440,067 $1,159,033 $1,878,000
Candice S. Miller (R-Mich) H R $632,022 $1,157,011 $1,682,000
Ralph M. Hall (R-Texas) H R $750,006 $1,150,003 $1,550,000
Steven Palazzo (R-Miss) H R $462,023 $1,126,010 $1,789,998
Sam Graves (R-Mo) H R $515,013 $1,108,005 $1,700,998
Mike Coffman (R-Colo) H R $400,007 $1,075,002 $1,749,998
Peter Roskam (R-Ill) H R $491,046 $1,040,523 $1,590,000
Bobby Schilling (R-Ill) H R $487,008 $988,503 $1,489,998
Paul Gosar (R-Ariz) H R $515,003 $982,501 $1,449,999
Doc Hastings (R-Wash) H R $589,013 $962,006 $1,335,000
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla) H R $604,008 $957,504 $1,311,000
Lindsey Graham (R-SC) S R $489,790 $881,786 $1,273,783
Steve Stivers (R-Ohio) H R $431,038 $877,019 $1,323,000
Jeff Duncan (R-SC) H R $338,018 $864,507 $1,390,996
Kelly A. Ayotte (R-NH) S R $422,014 $863,506 $1,304,998
Connie Mack (R-Fla) H R ($3,927) $856,036 $1,715,999
Mary Bono Mack (R-Calif) H R ($4,928) $848,035 $1,700,999
Ben Quayle (R-Ariz) H R $138,089 $846,544 $1,554,999
Pat Roberts (R-Kan) S R ($472,951) $845,022 $2,162,996
Don Young (R-Alaska) H R $480,007 $840,003 $1,200,000
Don Manzullo (R-Ill) H R $466,008 $828,503 $1,190,999
Joe Wilson (R-SC) H R ($322,988) $796,003 $1,914,994
Spencer Bachus (R-Ala) H R $452,010 $785,504 $1,118,999
Francisco Canseco (R-Texas) H R $49,037 $784,517 $1,519,998
Michael R. Turner (R-Ohio) H R $219,071 $780,535 $1,342,000
Rand Paul (R-Ky) S R $278,019 $774,009 $1,269,999
Tim Murphy (R-Pa) H R $249,055 $768,027 $1,287,000
Jerry Moran (R-Kan) S R $385,018 $768,009 $1,151,000
Frank A. LoBiondo (R-NJ) H R $318,013 $758,506 $1,198,999
Mo Brooks (R-Ala) H R $285,047 $755,023 $1,225,000
Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) S R $241,167 $722,664 $1,204,161
Richard B. Nugent (R-Fla) H R $253,005 $709,001 $1,164,997
Thaddeus G. McCotter (R-Mich) H R $312,036 $677,018 $1,042,000
Jon L. Kyl (R-Ariz) S R $645,238 $676,736 $708,235
Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind) S R $283,019 $670,508 $1,057,998
Frank D. Lucas (R-Okla) H R ($213,988) $650,501 $1,514,991
Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) H R $282,030 $643,515 $1,005,000
Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss) H R $364,010 $612,005 $860,000
John M. Shimkus (R-Ill) H R $49,010 $589,503 $1,129,997
Paul Broun Jr (R-Ga) H R $309,018 $584,509 $860,000
Steven Brett Guthrie (R-Ky) H R $294,030 $582,015 $870,000
Justin Amash (R-Mich) H R ($23,982) $568,007 $1,159,997
Joe Heck (R-Nev) H R $278,010 $561,504 $844,999
Bill Huizenga (R-Mich) H R $172,015 $560,007 $947,999
Michael Grimm (R-NY) H R $50,003 $560,000 $1,069,997
Kevin Brady (R-Texas) H R $242,030 $551,515 $861,000
Kay Granger (R-Texas) H R ($228,982) $548,007 $1,324,996
Joe Pitts (R-Pa) H R $332,006 $531,003 $730,000
Bill Posey (R-Fla) H R $134,012 $523,005 $911,999
Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) H R $39,014 $513,006 $986,999
Lynn Jenkins (R-Kan) H R $195,027 $510,013 $825,000
Scott Eugene Desjarlais (R-Tenn) H R $153,009 $501,502 $849,996
Jo Ann Emerson (R-Mo) H R $121,010 $490,503 $859,996
Steven C. LaTourette (R-Ohio) H R $316,004 $490,502 $665,000
Erik Paulsen (R-Minn) H R $170,034 $487,017 $804,000
Martha Roby (R-Ala) H R $169,023 $482,511 $795,999
Todd Rokita (R-Ind) H R ($130,966) $478,515 $1,087,996
Frank R. Wolf (R-Va) H R $430,779 $472,776 $514,773
John Kline (R-Minn) H R $251,013 $471,006 $691,000
Glenn Thompson (R-Pa) H R $250,004 $467,501 $684,999
Rodney Alexander (R-La) H R $266,005 $465,502 $665,000
Gus Bilirakis (R-Fla) H R $88,033 $454,016 $819,999
Lee Terry (R-Neb) H R $122,040 $452,020 $782,000
Bill Johnson (R-Ohio) H R $118,053 $450,026 $782,000
Daniel Webster (R-Fla) H R $221,009 $430,504 $640,000
John Thune (R-SD) S R $170,023 $423,011 $676,000
Charlie Dent (R-Pa) H R $133,047 $420,023 $707,000
Patrick McHenry (R-NC) H R ($3,985) $418,006 $839,998
John J. Duncan Jr (R-Tenn) H R $169,022 $414,511 $660,000
Rob Wittman (R-Va) H R $195,014 $405,007 $615,000
John Cornyn (R-Texas) S R $153,014 $392,506 $631,999
Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) H R $238,004 $386,502 $535,000
Marco Rubio (R-Fla) S R ($75,987) $379,505 $834,998
Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif) H R $1 $375,000 $749,999
Rob Woodall (R-Ga) H R $217,006 $373,503 $530,000
Dave Reichert (R-Wash) H R $178,009 $361,504 $545,000
Scott Garrett (R-NJ) H R $188,014 $354,507 $521,000
Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn) H R $128,023 $349,011 $570,000
Ed Royce (R-Calif) H R $154,014 $345,007 $536,000
Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga) S R $164,009 $337,504 $511,000
John Culberson (R-Texas) H R $185,002 $337,501 $490,000
Adrian Smith (R-Neb) H R $125,013 $330,006 $534,999
Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif) H R $114,016 $299,508 $485,000
Lynn A. Westmoreland (R-Ga) H R ($3,947,995) $291,001 $4,529,998
Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan) H R $114,015 $287,007 $460,000
Mike Pompeo (R-Kan) H R $66,028 $267,514 $469,000
Mike Rogers (R-Mich) H R $136,011 $263,505 $391,000
Steve Womack (R-Ark) H R $122,009 $263,504 $405,000
Michael G. Fitzpatrick (R-Pa) H R $151,003 $258,001 $365,000
Devin Nunes (R-Calif) H R $151,003 $258,001 $365,000
Jeffrey Lane Fortenberry (R-Neb) H R ($394,992) $257,503 $909,998
Patrick L. Meehan (R-Pa) H R $75,019 $250,009 $425,000
Susan Collins (R-Maine) S R $145,005 $247,502 $350,000
Frank Guinta (R-NH) H R ($457,982) $246,007 $949,996
James D. Jordan (R-Ohio) H R $119,008 $240,504 $362,000
Steven A. King (R-Iowa) H R $130,003 $240,001 $350,000
Steve C. Austria (R-Ohio) H R $107,008 $231,004 $355,000
Tim Walberg (R-Mich) H R $50,023 $225,511 $401,000
Walter B. Jones Jr (R-NC) H R $117,006 $224,503 $332,000
Jeff Miller (R-Fla) H R ($192,994) $223,501 $639,997
James Lankford (R-Okla) H R $60,018 $217,509 $375,000
Morgan Griffith (R-Va) H R ($12,997) $203,501 $419,999
Jerry Lewis (R-Calif) H R $195,000 $195,000 $195,000
Allen B. West (R-Fla) H R ($102,992) $176,003 $454,998
John Sullivan (R-Okla) H R $100,001 $175,000 $250,000
Chris Gibson (R-NY) H R $100,001 $175,000 $250,000
Sue Myrick (R-NC) H R $14,009 $162,004 $309,999
Todd Akin (R-Mo) H R $31,017 $160,508 $290,000
Rick Crawford (R-Ark) H R $101,003 $158,001 $215,000
Pete King (R-NY) H R $101,003 $158,001 $215,000
Gregg Harper (R-Miss) H R ($148,996) $158,001 $464,999
Jim Gerlach (R-Pa) H R $63,007 $154,003 $245,000
Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill) H R $50,008 $137,504 $225,000
Ted Poe (R-Texas) H R ($21,985) $136,507 $294,999
Roger Wicker (R-Miss) S R ($670,980) $133,008 $936,997
Douglas L. Lamborn (R-Colo) H R $49,007 $129,503 $210,000
Howard P. (Buck) Mckeon (R-Calif) H R $50,002 $117,500 $184,999
C. W. Bill Young (R-Fla) H R $66,003 $115,501 $165,000
Cory Gardner (R-Colo) H R ($10,987) $105,506 $221,999
Geoff Davis (R-Ky) H R $46,004 $105,502 $165,000
Aaron Schock (R-Ill) H R ($916,584) $100,913 $1,118,411
Robert Hurt (R-Va) H R $18,005 $99,002 $179,999
Mike Pence (R-Ind) H R $11,015 $90,007 $169,000
Mark Kirk (R-Ill) S R $33,005 $89,002 $145,000
Todd Platts (R-Pa) H R $21,014 $84,007 $147,000
Joe Barton (R-Texas) H R $32,004 $81,002 $130,000
Tom Marino (R-Pa) H R ($366,518) $75,478 $517,474
Todd Young (R-Ind) H R ($4,997) $65,001 $134,999
Jeff Flake (R-Ariz) H R ($219,997) $65,001 $349,999
Tom McClintock (R-Calif) H R $19,005 $64,502 $110,000
Trey Gowdy (R-SC) H R ($231,995) $56,502 $344,999
Sam Johnson (R-Texas) H R $17,003 $48,501 $80,000
Chris Smith (R-NJ) H R $45,967 $45,967 $45,967
James W. DeMint (R-SC) S R $16,002 $40,501 $65,000
Rob Bishop (R-Utah) H R $16,002 $40,501 $65,000
Dan Lungren (R-Calif) H R $2,003 $36,001 $70,000
Randy Hultgren (R-Ill) H R $15,001 $32,500 $50,000
Joe Walsh (R-Ill) H R $3,004 $24,502 $46,000
Sandy Adams (R-Fla) H R $2,004 $17,002 $32,000
Mike Lee (R-Utah) S R ($117,995) $16,001 $149,997
Jaime Herrera (R-Wash) H R $1,001 $8,000 $15,000
David Rivera (R-Fla) H R ($148,998) $8,000 $164,999
Duncan D. Hunter (R-Calif) H R $0 $0 $0
Steve Scalise (R-La) H R ($61,996) ($20,498) $20,999
Tim Griffin (R-Ark) H R ($129,993) ($24,498) $80,997
Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) H R ($130,993) ($31,998) $66,997
Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fla) H R ($50,000) ($32,500) ($15,001)
Marlin A. Stutzman (R-Ind) H R ($289,988) ($84,495) $120,997
Renee Ellmers (R-NC) H R ($382,993) ($91,497) $199,999
Kevin W. Yoder (R-Kan) H R ($228,993) ($91,998) $44,996
Kristi Lynn Noem (R-SD) H R ($643,990) ($111,996) $419,998
Louis B. Gohmert Jr (R-Texas) H R ($200,000) ($150,001) ($100,002)
Sean P. Duffy (R-Wis) H R ($489,989) ($167,497) $154,994
Steve Fincher (R-Tenn) H R ($5,964,999) ($3,302,503) ($640,008)
totals $887,612,850 $2,235,761,551 $3,583,910,376 $2,235,761,592

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I just can’t believe how much money this fraud is making on this scam. People need to wake up!! Click the pic for the story from the UK

If you were to only listen to the climate change, flat earth, Marxist, socialists, you would think that mankind is the root of all evil and pollution, and in this case a horrible greenhouse gas called CO2.  Yea, that stuff that you exhale and the stuff that trees and plants need to survive (and by the way, produce oxygen in return).  Click the pic for the story from the UK.  At least they have journalists who will print the truth…….

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He is after everybody……Even those who stand the line…..

The only thing I can say to this is “I told you so”!  This guy is hell bent on destroying this nation in every way he can.  The military folks had better wake up and smell the coffee.  He is after them and all the retirees who use Tri-Care.  And that’s just about everybody.  Click here for the article.  The House had better not cave on this otherwise every “R” who allows this will get replaced this year also………

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Now that the SCOTUS has handed America its 5-4 ruling in favor of ObamaCare, everybody is busy with all the what-ifs and should-haves, and the Left crowing to high heaven on this victory over democracy and freedom.  I could sit here and wax and wane on the ramifications of this decision, but if you are a regular reader of this blog, you already know I have been doing just that for a couple of years now so I will not bore you with adding my voice to this apparently dead argument.   All I can do right now is suggest our next course of action.  As I have sat through this morning, deciphering and digesting as much data I can get on this SCOTUS ruling, it becomes blatantly clear what we Conservatives and Patriots must do because the SCOTUS has failed to protect and preserve the Constitution.  What they won’t do, we must…  and the way we do that is simple.  We double/triple/quadruple our efforts and make sure we not only get Mitt Romney elected, but make sure as many Dems in Congress are defeated in November.  We not only have to give money to those candidates running in our districts, but to other conservative candidates all over the country.  While we can’t vote in those races, we can donate to them.  Because the SCOTUS has just informed us, in no uncertain terms, that it is up to us, the citizens, the voters of this nation to over-turn this Obomination and get this country turned back towards a representative government.  As much as I hate the idea of putting our fate into the hands of the Republicans (whom I don’t trust either), we are left no alternative.  If we don’t stand up and be counted now, I believe that the chances of us ever turning back the tyranny will be severely diminished, if not totally obliterated.  If “Team Obama” gets re-affirmed and is re-elected, there is no doubt that he and his fellow socialist will finish the job they started.  His goal of fundamentally changing America will be advanced to the level that we will be unable to turn the tide back and regain our constitutional nation.  All the globalist treaties that they want us to sign into, will come to pass, and the Senate will ratify them making them binding.  We will have huge tax burdens to pay for a totally dysfunctional healthcare system, crushing EPA regulations that cut industry off at the knees with exorbitant energy bills and cataclysmic EPA regulations.  Our energy bills will go through the roof to push us into phony “green” energy programs.  We will become subservient to the will of other nations.  Our 2nd Amendment rights will be brushed aside because the rest of the world, with Russia and China in the lead, will insist on it.  The UN will then become a governing body of the United States and the notion of controlled legal immigration will be a thing of the past, a by-gone era, an outdated concept.  We will have to get used to the new reality that The United States of America, as a sovereign republic will no longer exist.  We will have to get used to living in a post-constitutional nation where we citizens let liberty and justice slip through our fingers.  These are just a few of the ways America will change.  History will look back on us, and I don’t think it will be kind.  Our descendants will be left to wonder how and why, we allowed our nation, built on the premise of “We The People”, turned into a nation of “We The Government” making the citizenry subservient to the state?  At this point, I simply ask, is this what you want?

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It does not matter how, where or why this happened.  When people peacefully express opinions, physical attacks are not acceptable in America, no matter who or what the people are.  This is a nation of laws, and as such, the rule of law must be obeyed and enforced.  These attackers must be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  If this was a White on Black crime, you can bet your bottom dollar the authorities would be pressing charges.  Why not here, in this situation?



Is this the harsh reality of the matter? I hope not. Click the pic for the information

According to this article,a TSA Supervisor has come forward and state that the agency has been directed to hire wackos in order to help push the people into accepting the coming police state…..  Well, I really don’t know what to think about this so-called revelation.  Could it be that there are actually people in the Federal Government who are brazen enough to admit to this crazy, out of the blue, unreal,  “conspiracy” of sorts?  The really scary thing is,….  in this administration, I believe it’s possible.  If true, this revelation should stand as a shot across the bow of every citizen in this nation.  Is this where we as a nation and society want to go?  Are all the “alarmist” FEMA campers right?  Has our government been conspiring against us, and if so, will the patriots in the military allow this to happen or will they stand up and say NO?!   This in my opinion, is the crux of the matter.  How patriotic are our military members?  If this is true, I’ll guess we’ll find out……..one way or the other..

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This is something I thought would never come to light.  After all the posting of the many articles on this subject, there is nothing more to be said.  Could it be that all of us who were reporting that Obama was not eligible for office, were right after all?  Well, its all for naught now.  He has so destroyed the national moral and Republican backbone, the current cadre of GOP Senators and Representatives, will not touch this with a 10 foot pole, as well as the conservative main stream media.  As with any 2nd Amendment issue, these media types recoil at the possibility of having to comment on these taboo issues.  They treat this and 2nd amendment issues like its a “3rd rail” and will not go near it.  For these reasons, conservative media, especially Fox news, will not touch on these issues.  All I can say to all of these people and corporations is, “shame on you”.  They “cherry pick” their issues and fail miserably on these.  Even Mark Levin won’t touch these.  I guess us “loons” are going to be proven right in the end and I for one will go out of my way to tell them “I TOLD YOU SO”.  That’s how I roll.  Click the pic for the story.

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Richard “I am not a crook” Nixon.. Click the pic for the story

I have been predicting that I will for some time.  His “Executive Privilege” order, in my opinion pretty much solidifies it.  The only reason for the order would be to keep something from the public that would prove to be embarrassing, such as, Obama not only knew of F&F, but approved of it.  Its a matter of what he knew and when he knew it.  This whole scandal will be about the death of a Boarder Patrol Officer and guns being given to drug lords in Mexico, PLUS a plan by the ATF to use F&F service of supplying guns across the border as an excuse to attack the 2nd amendment, which by the way, Hillary is trying to do by signing on the UN Inter-America gun treaty.  After all, what brought down Richard Nixon, was his cover-up of a break-in into a DNC office in the Watergate Hotel.  No one died as a result of his actions.  Obama, on the other hand, how many Mexican citizens have been killed by this program?  We know of hundreds, and at least 1 US Law Enforcement Officer…….  You see the difference?………..

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This revelation should not surprise anyone.  China, as is Russia, are doing everything they can, individually and collectively, to bring down The United States.   To  buy in to the notion that these nations are our friends, is plain foolishness and naive.  It is our politicians who have forced this notion on us and have set up the circumstances in which China has become so prevalent in our marketplace.  When Chinese counterfeit electronic and hard parts have infiltrated our military, it is truly a serious situation.  It is my assertion that all of these parts were designed to fail, or in the case being reported here, operate in such a way that causes a shutdown or failure of critical defense systems in times of critical performance.  This is not by accident but design and our politicians must stop this trend, reverse it and eliminate the use of all foreign-made military parts.  Click the pic for details.

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Any Questions?………

I did a quick little bit of investigation and came up with a short list of nations who call themselves “Democratic”.  I am sure you will find this list interesting especially if you draw the parallel from these “styles” of government and our “Democratic” party, as they like to call themselves…   Hmmmmm






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AUT Bronner, Oscar Publisher, Der Standard Medienwelt
AUT Cernko, Willibald CEO, UniCredit Bank Austria AG
AUT Faymann, Werner Federal Chancellor
AUT Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG
BEL Belgium, H.R.H. Prince Philippe of
CAN Carney, Mark J. Governor, Bank of Canada
CAN Clark, W. Edmund Group President and CEO, TD Bank Group
CAN McKenna, Frank Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group
CAN Prichard, J. Robert S. Chair, Torys LLP
CAN Redford, Alison M. Premier of Alberta
CAN Reisman, Heather M. CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.
CAN Wright, Nigel S. Chief of Staff, Office of the Prime Minister
CHE Supino, Pietro Chairman and Publisher, Tamedia AG
CHE Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman, Novartis AG
CHN Fu, Ying Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
CHN Huang, Yiping Professor of Economics, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University
DEN Mchangama, Jacob Director of Legal Affairs, Center for Political Studies (CEPOS)
DEU Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG
DEU Enders, Thomas CEO, Airbus
DEU Ischinger, Wolfgang Chairman, Munich Security Conference; Global Head Government Relations, Allianz SE
DEU Koch, Roland CEO, Bilfinger Berger SE
DEU Löscher, Peter President and CEO, Siemens AG
DEU Nass, Matthias Chief International Correspondent, Die Zeit
DEU Reitzle, Wolfgang CEO & President, Linde AG
DEU Trittin, Jürgen Parliamentary Leader, Alliance 90/The Greens
DNK Christiansen, Jeppe CEO, Maj Invest
DNK Federspiel, Ulrik Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/S
ESP Cebrián, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA; Chairman, El País
ESP Nin Génova, Juan María Deputy Chairman and CEO, Caixabank
ESP Sáenz de Santamaría Antón, Soraya Vice President and Minister for the Presidency
FIN Apunen, Matti Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA
FIN Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc
FIN Siilasmaa, Risto Chairman of the Board of Directors, Nokia Corporation
FIN Urpilainen, Jutta Minister of Finance
FRA Castries, Henri de CHAIRMAN Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
FRA Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
FRA Béchu, Christophe Senator, and Chairman, General Council of Maine-et-Loire
FRA Chalendar, Pierre André de Chairman and CEO, Saint-Gobain
FRA Izraelewicz, Erik CEO, Le Monde
FRA Karvar, Anousheh Inspector, Inter-ministerial Audit and Evaluation Office for Social, Health, Employment and Labor Policies
FRA Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations
FRA Senard, Jean-Dominique CEO, Michelin Group
GBR Agius, Marcus Chairman, Barclays plc
GBR Boles, Nick Member of Parliament
GBR Clarke, Kenneth Member of Parliament, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of Justice
GBR Dudley, Robert Group Chief Executive, BP plc
GBR Flint, Douglas J. Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc
GBR Kerr, John Independent Member, House of Lords
GBR Mandelson, Peter Member, House of Lords; Chairman, Global Counsel
GBR Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
GBR Rachman, Gideon Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator, The Financial Times
GBR Voser, Peter CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
GBR Wolf, Martin H. Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
GBR Bredow, Vendeline von Business Correspondent, The Economist
GBR Wooldridge, Adrian D. Foreign Correspondent, The Economist
GRC Giannitsis, Anastasios Former Minister of Interior; Professor of Development and International Economics, University of Athens
GRC Papalexopoulos, Dimitri Managing Director, Titan Cement Co.
GRC Tsoukalis, Loukas President, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
INT Almunia, Joaquín Vice-President – Commissioner for Competition, European Commission
INT Gucht, Karel de Commissioner for Trade, European Commission
INT Kodmani, Bassma Member of the Executive Bureau and Head of Foreign Affairs, Syrian National Council
INT Kroes, Neelie Vice President, European Commission; Commissioner for Digital Agenda
INT Lamy, Pascal Director-General, World Trade Organization
INT Sheeran, Josette Vice Chairman, World Economic Forum
INT Vimont, Pierre Executive Secretary General, European External Action Service
INT Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group
IRL Gallagher, Paul Former Attorney General; Senior Counsel
IRL Noonan, Michael Minister for Finance
IRL Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
ISR Levite, Ariel E. Nonresident Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
ISR Rabinovich, Itamar Global Distinguished Professor, New York University
ITA Bernabè, Franco Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia
ITA Conti, Fulvio CEO and General Manager, Enel S.p.A.
ITA Elkann, John Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.
ITA Gruber, Lilli Journalist – Anchorwoman, La 7 TV
ITA Letta, Enrico Deputy Leader, Democratic Party (PD)
NLD Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary  General of Bilderberg Meetings
NLD Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the
NLD Pechtold, Alexander Parliamentary Leader, Democrats ’66 (D66)
NLD Polman, Paul CEO, Unilever PLC
NLD Rutte, Mark Prime Minister
NLD Scheffer, Paul Professor of European Studies, Tilburg University
NOR Andresen, Johan H. Owner and CEO, FERD
NOR Brandtzæg, Svein Richard President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA
POL Rostowski, Jacek Minister of Finance
PRT Amado, Luís Chairman, Banco Internacional do Funchal (BANIF)
PRT Balsemão, Francisco Pinto President and CEO, Impresa; Former Prime Minister
PRT Moreira da Silva, Jorge First Vice-President, Partido Social Democrata (PSD)
RUS Chubais, Anatoly B. CEO, OJSC RUSNANO
RUS Ivanov, Igor S. Associate member, Russian Academy of Science; President, Russian International Affairs Council
RUS Kasparov, Garry Chairman, United Civil Front (of Russia)
SWE Bonnier, Jonas President and CEO, Bonnier AB
SWE Carlsson, Gunilla Minister for International Development Cooperation
SWE Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB
TUR Babacan, Ali Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs
TUR Berberog(lu, Enis Editor-in-Chief, Hürriyet Newspaper
TUR Keyman, E. Fuat Director, Istanbul Policy Center and Professor of International Relations, Sabanci University
TUR Koç, Mustafa Chairman, Koç Holding A.S,.
TUR Timuray, Serpil CEO, Vodafone Turkey
USA Ajami, Fouad Senior Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University
USA Alexander, Keith B. Commander, US Cyber Command; Director, National Security Agency
USA Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners
USA Collins, Timothy C. CEO and Senior Managing Director, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC
USA Daniels, Jr., Mitchell E. Governor of Indiana
USA DeMuth, Christopher Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute
USA Donilon, Thomas E. National Security Advisor, The White House
USA Evans, J. Michael Vice Chairman, Global Head of Growth Markets, Goldman Sachs & Co.
USA Ferguson, Niall Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History, Harvard University
USA Gephardt, Richard A. President and CEO, Gephardt Group
USA Goolsbee, Austan D. Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
USA Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company
USA Harris, Britt CIO, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
USA Hoffman, Reid Co-founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedIn
USA Huntsman, Jr., Jon M. Chairman, Huntsman Cancer Foundation
USA Jacobs, Kenneth M. Chairman and CEO, Lazard
USA Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC
USA Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Senior Managing Director, Lazard
USA Karp, Alexander CEO, Palantir Technologies
USA Karsner, Alexander Executive Chairman, Manifest Energy, Inc
USA Kerry, John Senator for Massachusetts
USA Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
USA Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman and CEO, Alcoa
USA Kravis, Henry R. Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
USA Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute
USA Krupp, Fred President, Environmental Defense Fund
USA Li, Cheng Director of Research and Senior Fellow, John L. Thornton China Center, Brookings Institution
USA Lipsky, John Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Johns Hopkins University
USA Liveris, Andrew N. President, Chairman and CEO, The Dow Chemical Company
USA Lynn, William J. Chairman and CEO, DRS Technologies, Inc.
USA Mathews, Jessica T. President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
USA Mehlman, Kenneth B. Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
USA Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation
USA Noonan, Peggy Author, Columnist, The Wall Street Journal
USA Orszag, Peter R. Vice Chairman, Citigroup
USA Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
USA Rattner, Steven Chairman, Willett Advisors LLC
USA Rogoff, Kenneth S. Professor of Economics, Harvard University
USA Rose, Charlie Executive Editor and Anchor, Charlie Rose
USA Ross, Dennis B. Counselor, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
USA Rubin, Robert E. Co-Chair, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury
USA Schmidt, Eric E. Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
USA Shambaugh, David Director, China Policy Program, George Washington University
USA Speyer, Jerry I. Chairman and Co-CEO, Tishman Speyer
USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital / Thiel Capital
USA Warsh, Kevin Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University
USA Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Company
USA Yergin, Daniel Chairman, IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates

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