Prison Industry Market

for joy reid report on prison labor cost of middle class jobsVietnam Protest Video- Eve of DestructionAccording to the Left Business Observer, the federal prison industry produces 100% of all military helmets, ammunition belts, bullet-proof vests, ID tags, shirts, pants, tents, bags, and canteens. Along with war supplies, prison workers supply 98% of the entire market for equipment assembly services; 93% of paints and paintbrushes; 92% of stove assembly; 46% of body armor; 36% of home appliances; 30% of headphones/microphones/speakers; and 21% of office furniture. Airplane parts, medical supplies, and much more: prisoners are even raising seeing-eye dogs for blind people.

In March, Coke installed five special phone booths in Dubai labor camps that accepted Coca-Cola bottle caps instead of coins. In exchange for the cap from a bottle of Coke—which costs about fifty-four cents—migrant workers could make a three-minute international call. The ad shows laborers in hard hats and reflective vests lining up to use the machine—and grinning, for the first time in the video, as they wait. “I’ve saved one more cap, so I can talk to my wife again tomorrow,” one man tells the camera. More than forty thousand people made calls using the machines. Then, in April, after the booths had been up for about a month, the company dismantled them.

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Monsanto FERGUSON MO: Land Grabbing and Community Displacement

Monsanto cleared hundreds of thousands of acres of land in order to plant genetically modified soybeans in South America. The report also states that Monsanto is responsible for instances of deforestation, violence, and displacements, as well as for using toxic herbicides that are detrimental to public health.[1] Monsanto’s reputation has earned it a spot on the Global Exchange’s 2012 list of “Most Wanted Corporate Criminals.” This U.S. NGO accused the company of being “one of the most egregious abusers of the human rights of food sovereignty, access to land, and health.”MORE

OCCUPY AND DEMAND SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS (R) (AL)- NEW KKK Uniform

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SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS ✪ People must be given precedence over profits★ Absolute and Irrevocable Net Neutrality✪ Define Corporate Crime, Investigate and Prosecute★ Annual Personhood Status of Corporations✪ Renegotiate student debt & Invest in Education ★ Define and Ensure Rights To Personal Privacy✪ Reform food and seed policy & Strengthen consumer protections★ Transparency on Wall Street in Government, and Banking ✪ Abolish Imperialistic Actions Abroad & Disengage in Unlawful Warfare★ Strict regulation of Money and it’s integration in Political Process✪ Equalize Taxations for allindividuals and Corporations, without exception★ Recognition of Earth’s Inalienable Rights & Sustainable Management of resources

OCCUPY AND DEMAND SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS R (AL)SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS

✪ People must be given precedence over profits

★ Absolute and Irrevocable Net Neutrality

✪ Define Corporate Crime, Investigate and Prosecute

★ Annual Personhood Status of Corporations

✪ Renegotiate student debt & Invest in Education

★ Define and Ensure Rights To Personal Privacy

✪ Reform food and seed policy & Strengthen consumer protections

★ Transparency on Wall Street in Government, and Banking

✪ Abolish Imperialistic Actions Abroad & Disengage in Unlawful Warfare

★ Strict regulation of Money and it’s integration in Political Process

✪ Equalize Taxations for allindividuals and Corporations, without exception

★ Recognition of Earth’s Inalienable Rights & Sustainable Management of resources

Occupy and DemandCongress SCOTUS organized crime 2014

One in 10 inmates in U.S. jails had prior military service. 700 Thousand US Veterans Are incarcerated. Setting Precedence, Republicans on the House Foreign Relations Committee on an immigration issue, leading the charge to free Tahmooressi, caged in a Mexican prison since March 31 on weapons charges, has been successful.  Border checks have been growing tighter as Mexico struggles to keep the influx of American weapons used by drug cartels at bay. In Mexico, possession of weapons restricted for military use is a federal crime.The attorney told AP that the marine, who was detained with a pistol, a shotgun, and an assault rifle, and over 400 rounds of ammunition, carries guns because they make him feel safer.

Under Jeff Sessions R (AL) All that the federal government will need to do to imprison Americans will be to merely accuse them of terrorism, without substantiating those charges with any evidence.

Under Jeff Sessions R (AL) All that the federal government will need to do to imprison Americans will be to merely accuse them of terrorism, without substantiating those charges with any evidence.

Experts say about one-third of returning military veterans battle mental illness and addiction.

Respect for constitutional protections of American civil liberty.

Transparency and public access in government.

Equal treatment of people under law.
The respect and pursuit of empirical knowledge through support  for science and education.
Protection of the Earth’s environmental richness.
Strengthening of economic opportunity for all.
Pursuit of peaceful solutions and opposition to militarism in policy.

A score of 0 means that Senator Sessions has participated in 0% of our slate of liberal actions in the 112th Congress.

Equal treatment of people under law

Sessions: Executive Amnesty Will Make It ‘Almost Impossible’ to Enforce Laws

Sessions: Obama Executive Amnesty ‘Decimating Law Enforcement’

Dunkin’ Donuts CEO: Amnesty for Illegals Will ‘Stimulate the Economy’

Jeff Sessions: Amnesty for DREAMers’ Parents Will Lure More Adults, Create Bigger Crisis

Jeb Bush: Deal With Illegals in ‘Compassionate’ Way

Texas Dem: Amnesty Shouldn’t Be Conditioned on Border Security

Jeff Sessions: This Week ‘Critical’ for Congress to Thwart Obama’s Plans to Nullify Immigration Laws

Jeff Sessions: Defund Obama’s Exec Amnesty in Next Funding Bill

Jeff Sessions: Senate Dems Willing Accomplices in Obama’s ‘Lawless’ Executive Amnesty

From PTSD to Prison: Why Veterans Become Criminals

Occupy and Demand

Blue State Tax Dollars to FOX NEWS Billionaires or for Obama CARE

Blue State Tax Dollars to FOX NEWS Billionaires or for Obama CARE

#Hemp Prop 47 Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties. Initiative Statute.

What Your Vote Means:6-pack_solo hemp-healing-logo-307x205 images-1 images-2 images-3 Nullify-Now-North-Carolina-Thomas-Jefferson-quote-300x300 2 NutivaVilsackHempQuote_1a-web thomasjeffersonquotesfreedomthought-1 2014 JayZ_Prop 47 NOV 4 abraham-lincoln-government-quotes-no-man-is-good-enough-to-govern-another-man Familys back prop 47

A YES vote on this measure means: Criminal offenders who commit certain nonserious and nonviolent drug and property crimes would be sentenced to reduced penalties (such as shorter terms in jail). State savings resulting from the measure would be used to support school truancy and dropout prevention, victim services, mental health and drug abuse treatment, and other programs designed to keep offenders out of prison and jail.

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Yes on 47
(510) 550-5486
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Against
John Lovell
California Police Chiefs
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Us prison industry takes world by storm

The work is done by Unicor, previously known as Federal Prison Industries. It’s a government-owned corporation, established during the Depression, that employs about 20,000 inmates in 70 prisons to make everything from clothing to office furniture to solar panels to military electronics.

One of the company’s high-tech specialties: Patriot missile parts. “UNICOR/FPI supplies numerous electronic components and services for guided missiles, including the Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-3) missile,” Unicor’s website explains. “We assemble and distribute the Intermediate Frequency Processor (IFP) for the PAC-3s seeker. The IFP receives and filters radio-frequency signals that guide the missile toward its target.”

The missiles are then marketed worldwide — sometimes by Washington’s top officials. Last year, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates pitched the Patriots to the Turkish government last year, a diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks reveals: “SecDef stressed that ‘nothing can compete with the PAC-3 when it comes to capabilities.’”

Patriot assemblers Raytheon and Lockheed Martin aren’t the only defense contractors relying on prison help. As Rohrlich notes, Unicor “inmates also make cable assemblies for the McDonnell Douglas/Boeing F-15, the General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin F-16, Bell/Textron’s Cobra helicopter, as well as electro-optical equipment for the BAE Systems Bradley Fighting Vehicle’s laser rangefinder.”

Unicor used to make helmets for the military, as well. But that work was suspended when 44,000 helmets were recalled for shoddy quality.

Government agencies — with the exception of the Defense Department and the CIA — are required to buy goods from Unicor, according to a Congressional Research Service report (.pdf). And no wonder: the labor costs are bordering on zero. “Inmates earn from $0.23 per hour up to a maximum of $1.15 per hour, depending on their proficiency and educational level, among other things,” the report notes.

Last year, Unicor grossed $772 million, according to its most recent financial report (.pdf). Traditionally, inmate salaries make up about five percent of that total.

Unicor insists that the deal is a good one for inmates — and for the government. The manufacturing work offers a chance for job training, which “improves the likelihood that inmates will remain crime-free upon their release,” the company says in its report. (Some reports suggest that Unicor prisoners are as much as 24% less likely to return to crime.)

The work also keeps the inmates in check, Unicor insists. “In the face of an escalating inmate population and an increasing percentage of inmates with histories of violence, FPI’s programs have helped ease tension and avert volatile situations,

thereby protecting lives and federal property,” the company says. “Prisons without meaningful activities for inmates are dangerous prisons, and dangerous prisons are expensive prisons.”

Algebra or Texas Prison

 


Studies have shown that the child not introduced to algebra by 4th grade is in line for the school to prison prison pipeline supported by Teachers/Cerberus/Freedom Group/NRA/Prison Industry.stop-math-hate-
Keep calm and learn your way inmath

So texas cancels algebra II, instead of moving it into the elementary Level.
You can’t have a typical math class without finding at least one student daydreaming, fidgeting, or doodling in their notebooks, impatiently waiting for the class to be over. At some point, you’ve most likely heard kids complain saying “I’m never going to use this stuff ever again.
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Empathise, never sympathise with a math-hating child forced to graph linear equations against his will. Like it or not, cool math skills painfully acquired in school is to save a child’s Life.
1. A child who tries to solve a math problem quickly learns that he needs to follow a specific series of steps in an orderly manner without making a single error.

2. Math equips you with problem-solving skills that help you analyze real life situations and arrive at logical solutions based on the given data.
3. Math teaches us many significant skills that we use every single day without even realizing it. For instance, a working knowledge of fractions is useful while interpreting road signs that tell us the distance we must cover to reach a destination.