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A forceful advocate for families, children, consumers, the environment, and her State of California, Barbara Boxer became a United States Senator in January 1993 after 10 years of service in the House of Representatives and six years on the Marin County Board of Supervisors. Elected to a third term in 2004, she received more than 6.9 million votes, the highest total for any Senate candidate in American history.

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1/29/2017 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - I have been working on a plan and design of
I have been working on a plan and design of Hydroponics, Aquaponics, the only survivable future for this country, the children around the world, the environment, Affordable Healthcare if we stop eating the deadly toxic food. After viewing the website I am hoping you will assist in finding a FUND RAISER.

Hydroponics and Aquaponics that I believe is the only survivable path both for this nation and. Our government is doing almost nothing for the children, the future, the environment. The first lady's mission for healthy eating should not become a passing fad. My plan includes ' Community farming' from children's bedroom window to the neighborhood to a commercial AQUACULTURE entity that includes a full curriculum academy for the farmers children, solar and wind turbines. My design will accommodate the window to the field.
After viewing the website I am hoping you will assist in finding a FUND RAISER.

thoughts on
"Aquaculture of the children, by the children, for the children,
How to promote Hydroponics, Aquaponics and save the children's future.
Continue the first lady's mission, children should lead the mission not the adults,
The first Ladies mission cannot become a passing fad.
If children become interested in growing the food then obesity will be reduced.
the children shall social network good farming and healthy eating, not the adults.
Community farming at its best. My design will fit all, children's bedroom window, balcony, apartment rooftop and the commercial acreage.
Two halves of the mission
Bring the children, parents, teachers and government together with a full curriculum Academy for the farm workers children and surrounding community.
Create commercial size prototypes and show the traditional Farmers that it's a no-brainer of no-brainers
give the parents the option of feeding the children affordable organically locally-grown fresh food instead of the untested GMO pesticide evil
dedicate the rest of my life promoting better farming and improve the children's future
Hydroponics, Aquaponics, the only survivable future for this country, the children, the environment, Affordable Healthcare if we stop eating the deadly toxic food. First Ladies mission, Community farms
I have a great LEAD that will bring the people together. I can accomplice the other half with very small funding but the children's half deserve better.

frankRead More
8/5/2015 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Please re-consider your support for this Iran
Please re-consider your support for this Iran "agreement".
Iran is a terrorist nation, and cannot be trusted to keep its word on any agreement.
They will not allow objective inspections without advance notice.
They will not allow Americans on UN inspection teams.
They will not allow military bases inspections at all (where are they most likely to hide nuclear weapons?)
They will use deceit, delay, obfuscation, misrepresentation, and dishonesty to mask their true programs
This is not a good agreement for the US or for Israel.

DennisRead More
6/2/2014 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - I am asking that bullet proof vests are issued to
I am asking that bullet proof vests are issued to all TSA Homeland Security Officers. It is a shame that even after Officer Hernandez was shot and killed at the LAX, no bullet proof vests have been issued to the TSA officers. Does it take another incident in order for the U.S. Senate to react? The TSA union and Homeland Security must be held accountable in order to issue the vests. Every day without a bullet proof vest is one day too many. I am surprised that nobody in the Senate, Congress, nor the White house is brining up this issue. I am very concerned. People can not comprehend how horrible it is when a person gets killed while on duty. More specifically if it is a family member. I am asking other constituents, parents, and citizens that are horrified about the safety of our TSA officers to have the Senate and Congress pass a bill to issue bullet proof vests to our Homeland Security Officers. Please add your comments and write your representatives. I am very concerned about your response and opinion.

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3/21/2014 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Your voters, are wanting to repeal the affordable health care act
The general public, yes including your voters, are wanting to repeal the affordable health care act because it is unconstitutional!! When President Obama took office I heard that he could not be trusted and was part of the end of time for freedom as we know it. People are saying that he is part of Lucifer. Also the people aren't buying that he is from the United States. I for one am now convinced due to the fact that he is a dictator and no longer listens to the people. America is no longer the land of the free. He has shoved the health care act down the throats of people whom he is no longer listening to. He has broken his promise to defend the people and the constitution, and we have all become slaves to his government rule. We the people realize he is a danger to the United States. Just thought you need to know what the real people of California are saying, including myself. He is the scariest president to ever take office.

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9/25/2013 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Just the fact that no one here has anything nice
Just the fact that no one here has anything nice to say to you should say it all. Granted, many of these people sound like they've been off the deep end more than once... but just the fact no one is respectful and no one complements the job you've done for California... well, I think you can make the deduction you aren't exactly doing a bang-up job.

I'm here to ask you to please defund Obamacare. It has already shown to be very detrimental to both private citizens and small businesses. Our business health insurance rates have spiked approximately over 50% from what we were paying 3 years ago since Obamacare was enacted. This horrible economy has hit our business hard and we are struggling as it is. Additional expenses with health insurance have made it even more difficult.

Also, there is a stipulation that will take effect that employers will be responsible for health insurance for anyone working over 29 hours per week is going to be very detrimental to the work force. For our business it's going to be another thing to have to deal with. We are going to have to monitor our part time people and decrease their hours overall. That includes the college students that would work full time during their school breaks. They won't be able to do that any longer, and we as a business lose the extra help that we had in their extra hours. Also, I've heard that a number of businesses are cutting their full time people and are hiring part time people instead so as to avoid the $2,000 per year penalty that Obamacare puts upon them.

Unemployment will increase when these negative side effects of Obamacare hits. In an economy that is suffering as it is, I think the only thing that will help is to defund Obamacare.

As more time goes on, more of the negative side effects of Obamacare will become evident. Guess who's getting the blame? Not our helpless president who never takes responsibility for anything, even a horrible law that is named after him (how ironic is that?) It will be the Senate and Congress. The Congress has already shown they wanted to be on the right side of this issue. If you don't join forces now you in the Democrat dominated Senate will be the American turncoats responsible for letting Obamacare hurt America even more.

Since Obama took office 90 million jobs have disappeared in America. After Obamacare hits how many more millions of jobs will disappear? I hate to even think about it. As someone who doesn't run any businesses personally, I know you don't understand the obstacles small businesses face already. Please understand layoffs and cutting hours for employees only happen when businesses can't afford the overhead. We small businesses are struggling to survive. Obamacare is going to be the last nail in the coffins for many small businesses.

Please defund Obamacare. It's the only logical solution to help America get back to prosperity. Obamacare will only take us further from a double dip recession to an outright depression.

StephRead More
3/22/2013 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Dear Senator Boxer,Please advise!What does
Dear Senator Boxer,

Please advise!

What does abortion and gay rights have to do with politics other than to buy votes from the "Christian Right"

With the terrible wars going on, thanks to Bush, Chaney and their ilk the only reason that I can see for banning abortion is that those inpower want to make sure that we mothers and fathers raise our children so that the government won't run out of bodies to send to war.

As for gays?

They aren't on welfare, they pay their taxes, let them be and get back to running the country instead of all of the pompous chest beating of the politicians who pretend to be soooo righteous.

Hey! When it comes to judging people's actions....THAT JOB IS ALREADY TAKEN. We don't know where we came from and we don't know where we are going.

If so much time weren't taken by our government with the above maybe, just maybe our country could get onto a positive track.

We,the people, have let you get away with murder, both figuratively and really (wars).

Who, just who allowed all of you to retire with full salary and benefits after one term. Who among you are taking a cut in pay? You guys and gals are the ones who have messed up our economy, not us....yet we get to pay the bill.

Shame on you!

We have a country with street people. Shame on Reagan and the ACLU compatriots who set this up. Shame! Shame! Shame on them all yet they and all of you live like pashas.

Enough from me, but how can you live with yourselves if you have contributed in anyway just to the things I mention above.

Senator, please get us back to running the country. We,for the most part can run our lives.



NormaRead More
4/21/2012 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - hey boxer,did your parents ever have any children
hey boxer,did your parents ever have any children that lived,hey moran i stuck up for you the other day,someone said you stink and i said like sh-t she does.someone says your wasn,t fit to live with pigs and i said you were fit to live with pigs.pull your upper lip over your head and your lower lip over your shoes and swallow,you are a dispicable pile of camel dung{apoligies to the camel dung}take gas.god bless ron paul,sheriff joe and cold case posse,and ted nuggent,and all american veternas,and all american nation under god..take poison moran

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3/2/2012 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - If you are going to quote someone please do it
If you are going to quote someone please do it correctly, don't have selective hearing.
You misquoted Rush Limbaugh and misconstrued what he was saying. I heard his program that day and I agree with him. These students at Georgetown and elsewhere should be worrying about their education not about sexual matters, especially when not married! I do NOT want to provide them with free birth control and you should not! Don't want it offered on health insurance policies, because that is your way of getting me to pay for something I am against. I don't feel sorry for any college person who cannot provide themselves with contraception. My husband and I took that responsibilty on ourselves and that is what all of use should do. I am very upset with your "misquote" and with Maxine Waters (who is a very nasty person anyway)!

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1/9/2012 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Senator Boxer and all the other democratic
Senator Boxer and all the other democratic senators are hurting the common working man because of their refusal to encourage domestic drilling in the U,S.A., and pipeline from Canada. Why? The largest percentage of the working class now struggling travel back and forth to work on the highways. Mostly, on overcroweded freeways with the stop and go for miles. These vehicles are sucking gas every second with fuel prices over priced by the oil companies and politicans refusing to lower gas bill. Why the politicans? They and the President refusal to encourage more domestic drilling.

frankRead More
12/6/2011 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Senator Boxer please Protect the Great Apes and
Senator Boxer please Protect the Great Apes and Chimpanzees....Protectional Act 810 Thank you!

AnnieRead More
11/30/2011 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - Published on Friday, November 25, 2011 by the

Published on Friday, November 25, 2011 by the Guardian/UK
The Shocking Truth About the Crackdown on Occupy

The violent police assaults across the US are no coincidence. Occupy has touched the third rail of our political class's venality

by Naomi Wolf
US citizens of all political persuasions are still reeling from images of unparallelled police brutality in a coordinated crackdown against peaceful OWS protesters in cities across the nation this past week. An elderly woman was pepper-sprayed in the face; the scene of unresisting, supine students at UC Davis being pepper-sprayed by phalanxes of riot police went viral online; images proliferated of young women – targeted seemingly for their gender – screaming, dragged by the hair by police in riot gear; and the pictures of a young man, stunned and bleeding profusely from the head, emerged in the record of the middle-of-the-night clearing of Zuccotti Park.

Oakland, California riot police advance on peaceful Occupy Oakland, November 3, 2011.But just when Americans thought we had the picture – was this crazy police and mayoral overkill, on a municipal level, in many different cities? – the picture darkened. The National Union of Journalists and the Committee to Protect Journalists issued a Freedom of Information Act request to investigate possible federal involvement with law enforcement practices that appeared to target journalists. The New York Times reported that "New York cops have arrested, punched, whacked, shoved to the ground and tossed a barrier at reporters and photographers" covering protests. Reporters were asked by NYPD to raise their hands to prove they had credentials: when many dutifully did so, they were taken, upon threat of arrest, away from the story they were covering, and penned far from the site in which the news was unfolding. Other reporters wearing press passes were arrested and roughed up by cops, after being – falsely – informed by police that "It is illegal to take pictures on the sidewalk."

In New York, a state supreme court justice and a New York City council member were beaten up; in Berkeley, California, one of our greatest national poets, Robert Hass, was beaten with batons. The picture darkened still further when Wonkette and reported that the Mayor of Oakland acknowledged that the Department of Homeland Security had participated in an 18-city mayor conference call advising mayors on "how to suppress" Occupy protests.

To Europeans, the enormity of this breach may not be obvious at first. Our system of government prohibits the creation of a federalized police force, and forbids federal or militarized involvement in municipal peacekeeping.

I noticed that right-wing pundits and politicians on the TV shows on which I was appearing were all on-message against OWS. Journalist Chris Hayes reported on a leaked memo that revealed lobbyists vying for an $850,000 contract to smear Occupy. Message coordination of this kind is impossible without a full-court press at the top. This was clearly not simply a case of a freaked-out mayors', city-by-city municipal overreaction against mess in the parks and cranky campers. As the puzzle pieces fit together, they began to show coordination against OWS at the highest national levels.

Why this massive mobilization against these not-yet-fully-articulated, unarmed, inchoate people? After all, protesters against the war in Iraq, Tea Party rallies and others have all proceeded without this coordinated crackdown. Is it really the camping? As I write, two hundred young people, with sleeping bags, suitcases and even folding chairs, are still camping out all night and day outside of NBC on public sidewalks – under the benevolent eye of an NYPD cop – awaiting Saturday Night Live tickets, so surely the camping is not the issue. I was still deeply puzzled as to why OWS, this hapless, hopeful band, would call out a violent federal response.

That is, until I found out what it was that OWS actually wanted.

The mainstream media was declaring continually "OWS has no message". Frustrated, I simply asked them. I began soliciting online "What is it you want?" answers from Occupy. In the first 15 minutes, I received 100 answers. These were truly eye-opening.

The No 1 agenda item: get the money out of politics. Most often cited was legislation to blunt the effect of the Citizens United ruling, which lets boundless sums enter the campaign process. No 2: reform the banking system to prevent fraud and manipulation, with the most frequent item being to restore the Glass-Steagall Act – the Depression-era law, done away with by President Clinton, that separates investment banks from commercial banks. This law would correct the conditions for the recent crisis, as investment banks could not take risks for profit that create kale derivatives out of thin air, and wipe out the commercial and savings banks.

No 3 was the most clarifying: draft laws against the little-known loophole that currently allows members of Congress to pass legislation affecting Delaware-based corporations in which they themselves are investors.

When I saw this list – and especially the last agenda item – the scales fell from my eyes. Of course, these unarmed people would be having the shit kicked out of them.

For the terrible insight to take away from news that the Department of Homeland Security coordinated a violent crackdown is that the DHS does not freelance. The DHS cannot say, on its own initiative, "we are going after these scruffy hippies". Rather, DHS is answerable up a chain of command: first, to New York Representative Peter King, head of the House homeland security subcommittee, who naturally is influenced by his fellow congressmen and women's wishes and interests. And the DHS answers directly, above King, to the president (who was conveniently in Australia at the time).

In other words, for the DHS to be on a call with mayors, the logic of its chain of command and accountability implies that congressional overseers, with the blessing of the White House, told the DHS to authorize mayors to order their police forces – pumped up with millions of dollars of hardware and training from the DHS – to make war on peaceful citizens.

But wait: why on earth would Congress advise violent militarized reactions against its own peaceful constituents? The answer is straightforward: in recent years, members of Congress have started entering the system as members of the middle class (or upper middle class) – but they are leaving DC privy to vast personal wealth, as we see from the "scandal" of presidential contender Newt Gingrich's having been paid $1.8m for a few hours' "consulting" to special interests. The inflated fees to lawmakers who turn lobbyists are common knowledge, but the notion that congressmen and women are legislating their own companies' profitsis less widely known – and if the books were to be opened, they would surely reveal corruption on a Wall Street spectrum. Indeed, we do already know that congresspeople are massively profiting from trading on non-public information they have on companies about which they are legislating – a form of insider trading that sent Martha Stewart to jail.

Since Occupy is heavily surveilled and infiltrated, it is likely that the DHS and police informers are aware, before Occupy itself is, what its emerging agenda is going to look like. If legislating away lobbyists' privileges to earn boundless fees once they are close to the legislative process, reforming the banks so they can't suck money out of fake derivatives products, and, most critically, opening the books on a system that allowed members of Congress to profit personally – and immensely – from their own legislation, are two beats away from the grasp of an electorally organized Occupy movement … well, you will call out the troops on stopping that advance.

So, when you connect the dots, properly understood, what happened this week is the first battle in a civil war; a civil war in which, for now, only one side is choosing violence. It is a battle in which members of Congress, with the collusion of the American president, sent violent, organized suppression against the people they are supposed to represent. Occupy has touched the third rail: personal congressional profits streams. Even though they are, as yet, unaware of what the implications of their movement are, those threatened by the stirrings of their dreams of reform are not.

Sadly, Americans this week have come one step closer to being true brothers and sisters of the protesters in Tahrir Square. Like them, our own national leaders, who likely see their own personal wealth under threat from transparency and reform, are now making war upon us.

© 2011 Naomi Wolf

Author, social critic, and political activist Naomi Wolf is the author of The New York Times bestseller "The End of America" (Chelsea Green) and, more recently, Give Me Liberty: A Handbook for American Revolutionaries. Wolf’s landmark international bestseller, The Beauty Myth, challenged the cosmetics industry and the marketing of unrealistic standards of beauty, launching a new wave of feminism in the early 1990s.

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11/7/2011 Contact Senator Barbara Boxer - I see today that the banks are making record
I see today that the banks are making record profits. And soon they will help themselves to huge bonuses earned with our money. How long can this betrayal of the American people go on?

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