Keith Ellison & Bernie Sanders
Sisters and Brothers: Keith Ellison is the right person to be the next leader of the Democratic Party, and next week Our Revolution is hosting a livestream event featuring Bernie Sanders and Keith Ellison to outline Keith's vision for the party. If Democrats are going to win power to help advance a progressive agenda, we need a leader who will prioritize young people and grassroots organizing for the future of the Democratic Party. That's why our livestream event this Wednesday with Keith Ellison is something you need to see. RSVP to watch this Wednesday's livestream event with Keith Ellison to talk about his platform for the Democratic Party's future. Our Revolution Livestream with Keith Ellison and Bernie Sanders Wednesday, December 14, 2016 8:00pm ET RSVP TO WATCH » go.ourrevolution.com/page/s/bernie-and-keith The event will also include a call for unity from American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, who will stress the importance of coming together to oppose the Trump Administration. This a crucial moment for the future of our country. We hope you'll join Bernie, Keith and Randi this Wednesday. In solidarity, The Team at Our Revolution
· Thu, Dec 8 · sanders

People-powered
Friend -- This movement was built by people like you and me -- concerned citizens who know that progress is possible, but couldn't see enough being done about it. So millions of us banded together to create Organizing for Action: a people-powered movement that brings people in, amplifies our voices, and echoes in every corner of the country. Together, we aim our megaphone toward elected officials to demand bold steps against climate change, to improve access to affordable health care, to prevent gun violence, to guarantee equality, to speak out for comprehensive immigration reform, and more. Together, we've put the spotlight directly on leaders who refuse to do the jobs they were hired to do for our families and their own communities. And time and time again, this movement has pushed the country forward -- together. There are those who want to take us backward, and roll back our hard-earned progress -- and right now they're as strong as ever. This is a critical moment for all of us to step up as we prepare to defend the progress we've made for our most vulnerable communities and our future. That's why right now I'm asking you to become an OFA Champion by making a recurring donation of any amount. Your commitment, and that of supporters all around you, has always been this movement's biggest strength -- and it's needed now more than ever. Become an OFA Champion: my.ofa.bo/Become-A-Champion-Now We'll be ready for the big fights ahead -- but only if we all step up together. Let's keep pushing. Robert Robert Wrasse Development Strategist Organizing for Action
· Thu, Dec 8 · obama

Fighting on >>
Patricia, I've been feeling a lot of emotions over the past couple of weeks: worried, angry, incredibly sad, and even fired up. And I've heard from many members of this community that you're feeling the same way. There's a lot to process and a lot of tough fights headed our way. But there's no community I'd rather face them with than this one. No matter what you're feeling, I know one thing that will help you feel productive. Donate to keep fighting for progress in the years to come -- it's more important now than ever before: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20161208_email_Feel When I get frustrated or start to feel down, I try to channel that energy back into my work. It's helping drive me to get organized for next year, to make sure we have a new slate of terrific candidates ready to run, and that our incumbents have the support they need to defend their seats in 2018. We can't let one election halt our progress. We are tough, we are fired up, we are determined, and we are going to fight on. Channel your post-election energy into something good -- donate to help elect more pro-choice Democratic women: secure.emilyslist.org/page/contribute/20161208_email_Feel Thank you, Jess O'Connell Executive Director, EMILY's List
· Thu, Dec 8 · clinton-hillary

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· Thu, Dec 8 · clinton-hillary

A Thank You Card for 2 amazing senators
Patricia, Thirty years ago, EMILY's List had our first win: Barbara Mikulski from Maryland became the first Democratic woman elected to the Senate in her own right. Six years later in the Year of the Woman, Barbara Boxer joined her from California. These two pro-choice champions are both retiring from the Senate in January, so we're putting together a Thank You Card to tell them how much we appreciate their decades of service. Thank Senators Mikulski and Boxer for always fighting for women and families -- add your name (and a note if you'd like!) to our Thank You Card: secure.emilyslist.org/page/s/20161207_email_ThankYouBarbaras Barbara Mikulski took it upon herself to welcome and mentor new women senators who came after her, earning the nickname the "Dean of Senate Women." As a senator, she fought to have women included in clinical trials and medical research, and she introduced the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act that President Obama signed into law in 2009. Barbara Boxer made the leap from the House to the Senate after she led a group of House women to demand that Anita Hill's allegations of sexual harassment against Clarence Thomas be taken seriously by the all-white, all-male panel of senators who heard Anita's testimony. Barbara's also been a champion for the environment, securing $1.3 billion to protect water resources despite a veto from President George W. Bush. We've been so proud to have these women fighting in the Senate for an incredible combined 54 years. And while they may be leaving the Senate, I know they'll never stop fighting to make life better for women and families in this country. Join me and add your name to our Thank You Card to Senators Barbara Mikulski and Barbara Boxer: secure.emilyslist.org/page/s/20161207_email_ThankYouBarbaras Thank you, Stephanie Schriock President, EMILY's List
· Wed, Dec 7 · clinton-hillary

Happy 229th Delaware Day!
Click here to open this e-mail in its own browser window <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet//view_newsletter_setup.aspx =Sen_Carper%2501396884%2501402496%2b-%2b12-07-2016%2beNewsletter%2501180 85.18958968.11831718.15290910%2501carper%2540unityfeed.com%2501Friend%25 01carper%2540unityfeed.com%2501%2501> Click here to open a plain text version of this email <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet//view_newsletter_setup.aspx n_text=Y&link=Sen_Carper%2501396884%2501402496%2b-%2b12-07-2016%2beNewsl etter%250118085.18958968.11831718.15290910%2501carper%2540unityfeed.com% 2501Friend%2501carper%2540unityfeed.com%2501%2501> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2f&redir_log=721925607444223> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2fabout&redir_log=569962336048330> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2fnewsroom&redir_log=4694079650333 55> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2fconstituent-services&redir_log=3 61590577447443> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2fissues&redir_log=65202781511339> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2flegislation&redir_log=3196779323 63376> <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2findex.cfm%2fcontact&redir_log=52351584075345 > e-Newsletter Header <outreach.senate.gov/iqextranet/iqClickTrk.aspx crop=18085.18958968.11831718.15290910&report_id=&redirect=http%3a%2f%2fc arper.senate.gov%2fpublic%2f&redir_log=721925607444223> Carper's Connection December 8, 2016 Dear friends, Today is one of my favorite days of the year: Delaware Day! 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· Wed, Dec 7 · carper

Start making a difference - host a community action meeting
Friend -- Ready? It's time to channel our frustration and passion into action. This movement is about what we can accomplish when we come together. From big fights to small ones, the path toward progress on some of our country's most important issues starts with regular people like you and me. Now, more than ever, we can't afford to slow down -- we can't afford to ease up in our efforts to create the kind of change we want to see in our own communities. It's time to get involved, and yes, it's time to get your friends, family, and neighbors involved, too. It's up to all of us to come together and have thoughtful conversations about the ways we can take meaningful action. Here's one easy way to get the ball rolling: Sign up today to host a community action meeting, and we'll help you get started. my.ofa.bo/Host-A-Community-Action-Meeting In-person meetings like these are a simple but powerful way to discuss the issues that matter most to each of us and to figure out next steps. These conversations will help determine the path forward and will turn change-seekers into change-makers. You can even do it over pizza or wine -- you're the host! Hosting an action meeting like this is your chance to play a crucial role in this fight. And don't worry about the details -- once you sign up, we'll help guide you with resources to make your event a success. Say you'll host a community action meeting with your friends and neighbors, and we'll follow up soon with more information: my.ofa.bo/Host-A-Community-Action-Meeting Thanks, Traci Traci Wile Director of Community Programs Organizing for Action
· Wed, Dec 7 · obama

· Wed, Dec 7 · rubio

Op-Ed: Time for congress to stop binging and start budgeting
Mike Enzi, United States Senator for Wyoming Hello, In an opinion piece published by Fox News�today I outlined my plan as Senate Budget Committee chairman to reform America�s budget process in order to change the way Congress does business. Take a look! - Mike *Op-Ed from Sen. Mike Enzi: Time for Congress to stop binging and start budgeting* Click here to read the op-ed on FoxNews.com� [link 1]* As this year draws to a close, we are once again approaching a federal budget deadline that will likely be postponed. Over the last 40 years, since the modern budget process was established, Congress has enacted 175 temporary spending bills, formally known as �continuing resolutions,� to avoid doing its job. It�s time to change the way Congress does business. The November election results showed that hardworking taxpayers are eager for real change. With a new president taking office on January 20th, Congress has an opportunity � and responsibility � to get back to work. � The first step must be fixing America�s�broken budget process�to provide our nation with a responsible fiscal blueprint and help guide our spending decisions now and into the future. As chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, this will be one of my top priorities in the new congress. [image = enzi.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/budget_refrom_video_iamge.png] [link 2] *Click the image to watch Senator Enzi's budget reform speech from the Seante floor.�* We are a nation on course for a fiscal disaster, because when it comes to spending money, Congress is like a binge eater. We don�t want to start our diet until�right AFTER�the next dessert. That attitude has led to a mammoth, oversized national debt that, left unchecked, will crush the prosperity of future generations. We must start spending within our means and establish healthy fiscal habits. Unfortunately, America�s broken budget process makes it easy for Congress to spend without ever checking its fiscal waist line. Currently, only thirty percent of the national budget is annually distributed to federal agencies and programs by Congress. This money funds the activities that most people would associate with good government, such as national defense, education, and infrastructure spending.� We must pass spending bills to fund these government activities every year, forcing a public debate about where taxpayer dollars should be spent. In fact, this is the portion of the budget that attracts the most congressional scrutiny and debate, and there are limits in place that make it very difficult to spend more than what�s allotted. But it is not growing rapidly and is not the cause of our unsustainable fiscal course. The real culprit is the other seventy percent of the federal budget that is spent automatically, without regular congressional action or review. In just 15 years, it will consume ALL government revenues, as debt interest payments and entitlements continue to grow rapidly.� There are no effective limits to the amount that can be spent on this side of the budget, at least until this spending drives America into bankruptcy.� This is how the budget process makes it easy to spend money.� There is regular review and strict limits on the small and shrinking portion of the budget.� But the much larger automatic spending programs are not regularly reviewed and can grow almost without limit. To make matters worse, the historically low interest rates that America has relied on to pay its debt are poised to surge, according to the latest signals from the Federal Reserve. When these rates rise, we can expect to spend more every year on�interest payments�for these loans than we spend on national defense. The Senate Budget Committee has been working on reforms that would fix America�s broken budget process. Many of these reforms strengthen the congressional budget, the only existing tool we have that forces Congress to examine all spending and revenues, including automatic spending, over a ten-year period.� This budgeting process should be easier to adopt and harder to ignore. Congress can start by reducing the needless political hurdles to passing a budget and making it harder to ignore overspending once Congress agreed to it. � The congressional budget is easily ignored in the Senate because it takes the same number of votes in the Senate to waive a budget violation that it does to overcome filibuster and pass a bill. The fiscal year 2016 budget was tossed aside in less than 5 weeks. Our rules should make it�harder�to pass a bill that busts the congressional budget by requiring more votes to waive the violation.� We must also create new rules to ensure Congress passes its annual spending measures on time. The current process has been completed on time only four times in the last 40 years, and the last time it was completed on time was in 1998.� Obviously this year is no exception to the rule. Congress should set aside specific floor time only for consideration of spending bills and enact legislation establishing a two-year spending cycle, so that it has more time to review spending and complete its work.� It should also enact Senator Portman�s legislation that would end government shutdowns to prevent our annual, end-of-year spending crises. These reforms and others would begin to create healthy fiscal habits that would force Congress to recognize and begin to address the daunting fiscal challenges that face our country. I will continue to tirelessly work to get as many of these budget reforms as possible enacted in the new Congress. It�s time to take seriously the crisis that is threatening the future financial solvency of this country.� The American people have spoken, and we owe it to them to put politics aside and get back to work.
· Wed, Dec 7 · enzi

[Add your name] We're with Planned Parenthood
Patricia, Anti-choice groups are gearing up to celebrate a big victory: Republicans are already plotting to defund Planned Parenthood in the next Congress, and they actually have a good shot at doing it. We're not going to let that happen. Our 60 pro-choice women in the House and 15 women in the Senate are going to stand up to Republicans and fight for women. And they need all of us to raise our voices to tell Republicans that we're not about to let them gut one of our nation's largest providers of health care. Add your name to tell Republicans we are standing with Planned Parenthood today -- and always: secure.emilyslist.org/page/s/20161206_email_StandWithPP Let's be clear: One out of three women have said they struggled to afford birth control at some point. From breast cancer screenings to preventive care, Planned Parenthood is, for millions of women and men, a critical health care provider. This is what Republicans want to eliminate. Women's health and safety are at risk. And that's why we have to fight this with everything we've got. Add your name if you're still standing with Planned Parenthood: secure.emilyslist.org/page/s/20161206_email_StandWithPP Thank you, Kate Black Vice President of Research, EMILY's List
· Tue, Dec 6 · clinton-hillary

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· Tue, Dec 6 · obama

Investigate Trump (sign this)
[1]Stand with Rep. Cummings: Investigate Trump's massive web of potential corruption Petition to House Oversight Committee Chair Jason Chaffetz: "Immediately investigate President-elect Donald Trump’s financial arrangements to ensure he does not have any actual or perceived conflicts of interest and he and his advisors comply with all legal and regulatory ethical requirements when he assumes the presidency." Add your name: [2]Sign the petition ► Dear Anne, [3]Stand with Rep. Cummings: Investigate Trump's massive web of potential corruption Donald Trump is a lifelong scam artist who has used his fame to swindle people out of their hard-earned money. Now, he appears to be planning to use the presidency of the United States to line his own pocket – putting all of us at risk. No one knows the full extent of Trump’s foreign financial and business entanglements because of his unprecedented secrecy and refusal to release his tax returns. Government ethics experts have already said Trump is poised to violate the Constitution by personally profiting from the presidency. On top of it all, we still do not know whether he is indebted to foreign interests that would give them influence over the commander in chief.^1,2,3 For years, House Republicans spent millions investigating Sec. Hillary Clinton in what one Republican leader later admitted was an attempt to score partisan points.^4 Now, Rep. Elijah Cummings is leading House Democrats in calling on the Republican chair of the House Oversight Committee to investigate the real, dangerous and growing potential corruption of a Trump presidency.^5 [4]Stand with Rep. Cummings: Investigate Trump's massive web of potential corruption. Click here to sign the petition. Trump’s massive web of potential corruption is on a never-before-seen scale. Past presidents have sold assets and placed money and investments in blind trusts. Trump, by contrast, claims to be handing over his businesses to his children. But in the days since the election, he has continued pushing his own financial interests. Because he is still hiding the full extent of his business entanglements, we have no way of knowing if he is under the thumb of foreign interests, whether his business interests in the Middle East or other countries run counter to American foreign policy or whether he is merely using the presidency to enrich himself.^6,7 Here are the examples of potential corruption that have emerged just since Nov. 8:^8,9,10,11,12 * Trump’s children have a role in the presidential transition, with Ivanka Trump joining meetings and phone calls with foreign leaders, despite claims that they will take over the Trump business from their father. * A long-stalled Trump project in Argentina mysteriously got the green light to move forward days after a phone call between Trump and the Argentinian president. * Trump reportedly used his meeting with British politicians to push them to block offshore wind farms that he believes will sully the view from his Scotland golf courses. * Trump paid $25 million to settle charges that he defrauded students of Trump University. * News broke that immediately before the election Trump launched eight mysterious companies to build luxury real estate projects in Saudi Arabia. * Foreign diplomats told The Washington Post that they would deliberately book rooms at Trump’s Washington, D.C. hotel in order to curry favor with the president * Government ethics experts who served under Republican and Democratic presidents have agreed that Trump’s potential conflicts of interest might be unconstitutional * The U.S. Secret Service might pay millions of dollars to rent two floors in Trump Tower to protect him and his family, with Trump pocketing the proceeds. * Trump praised his Turkish business partner, who had butted heads with Turkey’s government, in a phone call with autocratic Turkish President Erdogan. * The U.S. Secret Service might pay millions of dollars to rent two floors in Trump Tower to protect him and his family, with Trump pocketing the proceeds. * Trump praised his Turkish business partner, who had butted heads with Turkey’s government, in a phone call with autocratic Turkish President Erdogan. * Steve Mnuchin, the longtime Goldman Sachs banker Trump wants as treasury secretary, oversaw a bank that received $900 million in bailout money while foreclosing on hurting Americans, and sits on the board of companies controlled in part by the Treasury Department. Jason Chaffetz, the Republican chair of the House Oversight Committee, is no diehard Trump fan and once refused to endorse or defend him.^13 After spending untold hours investigating Clinton’s non-scandals, he owes it to the American public to investigate naked conflicts of interest emerging in the Trump administration. We need to help Rep. Cummings build the public pressure on Chaffetz to investigate potential conflicts of interest or outright corruption. [5]Stand with Rep. Cummings: Investigate Trump's massive web of potential corruption. Click here to sign the petition. The greatest threat from Trump will continue to be persecution and the climate of hate directed at Muslims, the undocumented, people of color, immigrants, and women. It is becoming even clearer that Trump’s strategy is to divide the American people and scapegoat these groups while enriching himself and his Wall Street friends. A true progressive response to the Trump regime will unconditionally resist his bigoted and racist policies while exposing the way he serves the powerful and privileged. Because the president is not subject to federal conflict-of-interest laws, the House Oversight Committee plays a crucial role in standing up to Trump.^14 Progressive champions like Sen. Elizabeth Warren have called for an investigation and Rep. Elijah Cummings is already showing what determined leadership looks like. We need to stand with them and demand an immediate investigation. Stand with Rep. Cummings: Investigate Trump's massive web of potential corruption. Click below to sign the petition: [6]act.credoaction.com/sign/trump_cummings_corruption Thank you for speaking out, Murshed Zaheed, Political Director [7]CREDO Action from Working Assets Add your name: [8]Sign the petition ► 1. Rep. Elijah Cummings, “[9]Cummings Calls on Chaffetz to Launch Inquiry into Trump’s So-Called 'Blind Trust',” Nov. 14, 2016. 2. Jason Nesbit, “[10]A Handy List of Donald Trump’s Biggest Conflicts of Interest,” TIME, Nov. 21, 2016. 3. Matthew Yglesias, “[11]President Trump and the Trump Organization are the biggest conflict of interest in US history,” Vox.com, Nov. 14, 2016 4. Cummings, “[12]Cummings Calls on Chaffetz to Launch Inquiry into Trump’s So-Called “Blind Trust.” 5. Mike DeBonis, “[13]House Democrats demand Chaffetz probe Trump’s finances ,” Washington Post, Nov. 11, 2016. 6. Yglesias, “[14]President Trump and the Trump Organization are the biggest conflict of interest in US history.” 7. The Editorial Board, “[15]Donald Trump’s Tangled Web,” The New York Times, Nov. 16, 2016. 8. Nesbit, “[16]A Handy List of Donald Trump’s Biggest Conflicts of Interest.” 9. Max de Haldevang, “[17]Days after Trump spoke to Argentina’s president his stalled Buenos Aires tower project picked up steam,” Quartz, Nov. 23, 2016. 10. Paul Blumenthal, “[18]Trump Touted His Turkish Business Partner In A Call With President Erdogan,” Huffington Post, Nov. 23, 2016. 11. Pamela Brown et. all, “[19]Secret Service considering renting a floor at Trump Tower to protect future first family,” CNN.com, Nov. 25, 2016. 12. Yuan Q. Mui and Renae Merle, “[20]With Treasury candidate come possible conflicts,” Washington Post, Nov 18. 2016. 13. Matthew Yglesias, “[21]Top House Oversight Democrat asks for hearings on Trump’s conflicts of interest,” Vox.com, Nov. 14, 2016. 14. Ibid.
· Tue, Dec 6 · obama

re: thank you note
Anne -- Before I leave office, I'd like to send you something to make sure you know how grateful I am to have had you by my side over these past eight years. What's the best place for me to send you a thank you note? my.democrats.org/Thank-You-Note I will always appreciate how you've stood by me to fight for the change we believed in, to celebrate remarkable victories -- and to face down insurmountable obstacles, too. You've been a part of everything we've achieved during my time in office, and I know you'll continue to stand with our party and the movement we've built together for the fights ahead. Anne, I hope you know how proud I am of you. Sign up today so I can send you a note to say thanks: my.democrats.org/Thank-You-Note Never forget what we did together. Barack
· Tue, Dec 6 · obama

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· Mon, Dec 5 · moran

Congressman Griffith's Weekly E-Newsletter 12.5.16
A Date Which Will Live in Infamy? Seventy-five years ago, on the morning of December 7, 1941, the United States of America was “suddenly and deliberately attacked.” At the American naval base at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes destroyed eight massive battleships and more than 300 airplanes and killed 2,000 Americans. One ship, the USS Oklahoma, was hit with torpedoes and capsized with 400 men trapped inside. In a horrifying scenario, the men trapped under the water slowly ran out of air. Rescuers heard taps from inside the ship but could only save a handful of men, and after a few days the tapping stopped. The day after the attack, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered a moving speech to a joint session of Congress in which he declared that December 7, 1941 was “a date which will live in infamy.” In the speech, he also asked Congress to declare war on Japan, stating, “No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion... I believe I interpret the will of the Congress and of the people when I assert that we will not only defend ourselves to the uttermost, but will make very certain that this form of treachery shall never endanger us again.” As families were receiving word of lost loved ones, Americans were reeling with the news of this horrific attack on our soil, and men on the USS Oklahoma were still trapped gasping for air, one member of Congress voted against declaring war on Japan. Jeannette Rankin was the only member of Congress to vote against declaring war on Japan and entering World War II. She had been one of a handful of members who earlier in her life had voted against entering World War I as well. While some may present an argument for the vote against WWI, there is no justifying voting against defending ourselves from the Japanese. This attack occurred seventy-five years ago this week. So imagine my surprise when, this April, the House voted to name a federal science and technology program after Congresswoman Rankin (H.R.4570). I voted against this bill but was only joined by five of my colleagues. I will note the bill was on suspension and perhaps some of my colleagues did not pay attention to who they were voting to honor. Perhaps some of my colleagues wouldn’t vote against honoring Rankin because it wouldn’t be politically correct to vote against the first female elected to Congress. But political correctness does not excuse Rankin’s vote against self-defense. When voting no, Rankin said, “As a woman I can’t go to war, and I refuse to send anyone else.” However, women had been among the forty-nine civilian casualties on Oahu, and thousands of women across the nation had husbands, fathers, and brothers among the dead and wounded. During the war, nearly 350,000 brave women enlisted in the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps, Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES), and the Women’s Airforce Service Pilots. Rankin’s sex did not justify voting against the declaration of war then, and it does not justify honoring her now. It is my opinion that despite other achievements of Congresswoman Rankin, it is more important to remember Pearl Harbor and honor the lives lost than to honor someone who voted against defending the United States while our ships were still on fire, while our troops in the Philippines were under attack, and while men inside the Oklahoma were tapping desperately hoping someone would come to their rescue. When I talk to my children about WWII, they react as though it was ancient history, but I am teaching them that December 7, 1941, is “a date which will live in infamy.” Although the world is much changed since those times, it was not so long ago. In my life, I have been honored to know brave soldiers, sailors, and airmen who fought for our nation in that gruesome war. For the WWII veterans that are alive today, and all those who served, we must remember and honor their sacrifices. On this year’s seventy-fifth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, it is particularly important to remember the lives lost in the devastating attack and in the war that followed. In this seventy-fifth anniversary year, voting to honor Jeannette Rankin showed that many in Congress no longer regard December 7 as “a date which will live in infamy.” If you have questions, concerns, or comments, feel free to contact my office. You can call my Abingdon office at 276-525-1405 or my Christiansburg office at 540-381-5671. To reach my office via email, please visit my website at www.morgangriffith.house.gov. Also on my website is the latest material from my office, including information on votes recently taken on the floor of the House of Representatives. ### Unsubscribe: griffith.house.gov/Forms/EmailSignup/
· Mon, Dec 5 · griffith

Update from Senator Bob Corker - December 5, 2016
Bob Corker - U.S. Senator, Tennessee *Offering Support to Those Affected **by **Recent **Wildfires and Tornadoes in East Tennessee* On Friday, Senator Corker toured the damage caused by devastating wildfires in Sevier County and tornadoes in Polk and McMinn counties with Senator Alexander and Governor Haslam. �I was touched to see the amazing response by our first responders, local leaders and volunteers,� *said Corker.* �My heart goes out to the countless Tennesseans who have experienced tragedy in the past week.� See more photos at�www.facebook.com/bobcorker/. [image = corker.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/IMG_1952.JPG] [image = corker.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/Todd_fire_1.JPG] On Thursday in remarks on the Senate floor, Senator Corker expressed his deepest sympathies and offered steadfast support to the countless Tennesseans who have experienced tragedy in the recent days. * [image = corker.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/12-01-16_Photo_Floor_Speech.JPG]* [link 1] **Click�****here [link 2]****�or on the image above to view video.** *Thanking Our Active Military and Veterans this Holiday Season* Senator Corker was proud to join the American Red Cross �*Holidays for Heroes* [link 3]**� and sign cards thanking active military and veterans who have made�sacrifices for our freedoms. [image = corker.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/IMG_1941.JPG] *P**roviding President-Elect Trump the Tools Necessary to Push Back Against Iran�s Hostile Actions* Senator Corker last Wednesday praised renewal of the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA), which ensures President-elect Donald J. Trump has the ability to reimpose the sanctions the Obama administration lifted to implement the Iran nuclear deal. The Senate extended ISA, which otherwise would expire at year�s end, by a vote of 99 to 0. �Extending the Iran Sanctions Act gives us the ability to reimpose the sanctions the Obama administration lifted to implement the Iran nuclear deal and ensures President-elect Trump and his administration have the tools necessary to push back against the regime�s hostile actions,� *said Corker.* �I am pleased by the overwhelming support this bill received in both the House and Senate and look forward to continuing our work to hold Tehran accountable.� *Discussing the Need to Address Evolving Terrorist Threats* At a hearing last Thursday on the future of U.S. counterterrorism strategy, Senator Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, discussed the need to address the evolving terrorist threat to protect the American people. The committee heard testimony from former U.S. counterterrorism officials, Juan C. Zarate and Daniel Benjamin. �As ISIS changes from an organization intent on retaining territory to one focused more on inspiring and directing violence and spreading radical ideology, the next administration is going to face a new and perhaps even more diverse set of problems,� *said Corker*. �We have already seen ISIS and other groups employ multiple different tactics � from organized, external networks directing coordinated attacks in Europe to huge suicide bombings in the Arab world, to inspired attacks by lone wolves in the United States � like those that occurred in my own home town of Chattanooga, Orlando, San Bernardino and last week at Ohio State University.� For archived footage and complete witness testimony, click *here* [link 4]. [image = corker.enews.senate.gov//images/user_images/120116-26026-0006-jy.jpg] [link 5] **Click�****here [link 6]�****or on the image above to view video.**
· Mon, Dec 5 · corker

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