Crime Inc. ~ ‘The Obama Mafia’ a Whos Who in Marxist Green Slim

Posted on April 29, 2010 by


Hope this helps everyone connect the dots on ….

Crime Inc. ~ The Obama Mafia

The names will all come together as you read..
Obama is tied to every green” energy project..below.
He stands to be a billionaire after his term is up..
It’s always been about money and power..

All the links were found on Google..
The names of the different organizations
are from Glenn Beck’s Fox TV show..

Joel Rogers

Joel Rogers is professor of law, political science, public affairs, and sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He directs COWS, the strategy center for high-road (high wage, low waste, democratic) development. Rogers has published widely on American politics and democratic theory, advised many local, state, and national governments, and founded or co-founded many social justice initiatives, including the recent Emerald Cities. A MacArthur Foundation “genius” prize-winner, Newsweek identifies him as one of the 100 living Americans most likely to shape U.S. politics and culture in the 21st century.

Joel Sits on the
Suggested Reading:
“Build the High Road Here,” The Nation, April 17, 2006
“Devolve This!,” The Nation, August 30, 2004

Emerald Cities.Org (Al gore belongs to this one)

What is ECC?

The Emerald Cities Collaborative (ECC) is a start-up, national coalition of diverse groups that includes unions, labor groups, community organizations, social justice activists, development intermediaries, research and technical assistance providers, socially responsible businesses, and elected officials.
We are united around the goal of rapidly greening our nation’s central cities and their surrounding metropolitan regions in equitable and democratically accountable ways. We envision a future in which American cities are the greenest and most equitable in the world, leading the way to head off global climate change while creating a vital new economic sector.

The organizations below are all members of “Social Justice League
Emerald Cities Collaborative.

All image sources from ECC site. Credit to them.  I felt it was better to be conservative and use the ones from there site instead of making copies.  We at FusionFX are trying to conserve bits ya know.

New Party agenda to move the Democrat Party to the Left

  • Marxist political coalition
  • Was active from 1992-1998
  • Endorsed Barack Obama for Illinois state senate seat in 1996

Co-founded in 1992 by Daniel Cantor (a former staffer for Jesse Jackson’s 1988 presidential campaign) and Joel Rogers (a sociology and law professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison), the New Party was a Marxist political coalition whose objective was to endorse and elect leftist public officials — most often Democrats. The New Party’s short-term objective was to move the Democratic Party leftward, thereby setting the stage for the eventual rise of new Marxist third party.

Other high-profile New Party members included Elaine Bernard, Michael Chandler, Noam Chomsky, Steve Cobble, Bruce Colburn, Danny K. Davis, Willie Delgado, Barbara Ehrenreich, Bill Fletcher, Maude Hurd, Manning Marable, Patricia Martin, Frances Fox Piven, Raphael Pizzaro, Zach Polett, Wade Rathke,Gloria Steinem, Madeline Talbott, Ted Thomas, Cornel West, Quentin Young and Howard Zinn.

Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS)

COWS is a national policy center and field laboratory for high-road economic development — a competitive market economy of shared prosperity, environmental sustainability, and capable democratic government.


Name / Title E-mail Phone
Joel Rogers
Director 608.262.4266
Laura Dresser
Associate Director 608.262.6944
Breann Boggs
Center for State Innovation – Policy Analyst 608.263.0819
Michelle Bright
Administrative Program Specialist 608.890.2543
Matías Cociña
Project Assistant 608.265.3144
Kari Dickinson
Marketing and Communications Specialist 608.262.9279
Anthony Gad
Center for State Innovation – Policy Director 608.262.8794
Becky Glass
Senior Development Specialist 715.455.1758
Sam Harshner
Center for State Innovation – Policy Analyst 608.262.5831
James Irwin
Senior Associate 608.262.6585
Jessa Lewis Valentine
Senior Research Specialist 608.263.9984
Emily Ley
Center for State Innovation – Assistant 608.261.1141
Fratney Miller
Center for State Innovation – Policy Analyst 608.265.9668
Sam Munger
Center for State Innovation – Managing Director 608.262.9588
Edo Navot
Project Assistant 608.262.8160
Alidz Oshagan
Assistant 608.263.7563
Adrienne Pagac
Project Assistant 608.263.3431
Sigrid Peterson
Project Assistant 608.265.3144
Satya Rhodes-Conway
Senior Associate 608.262.5387
Eric Sundquist
Senior Associate and Policy Analyst 608.265.6155
Monica Wedgewood
Center for State Innovation – Assistant 608.261.1141
Sarah White
Senior Associate 608.262.5176
Matthew Wyndham
Administrative Program Manager
mwyndham at 608.265.8665
Ayca Zayim
Project Assistant 608.265.3144
Jonathan Zeitlin
Faculty Associate 608.263.7564

Cows Budget and Tax policy

In thinking about high-road strategies for building healthy communities and regions, COWS pays special attention to how taxpayer dollars are collected and used. In an era of dwindling public resources, it is important that state government be able to harness fair contribution from all parts of society – including corporations and the wealthy – while improving its accountability and efficiency in spending. At COWS, we investigate ways to make tax contributions more equitable across socioeconomic lines and to ensure that public revenue is effectively allocated for pressing public needs.

Our affiliate organization, The Center for State Innovation, works extensively with state elected leaders on creating high-road budget and tax policies.

The Joyce Foundation

Firearms Research << PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY????

The Joyce Foundation supports public health research and data collection to understand the prevalence, patterns, and costs of gun violence. Such research can give legislators, law-enforcement officials, health professionals, and community leaders the information essential to develop and evaluate potential solutions.

Election Law & Voting Rights

The Joyce Foundation has supported a variety of efforts over the years to protect the voting rights of citizens and, more recently, to guarantee that elections are carried out efficiently, honestly, and in ways that ensure that all citizens have the right and the opportunity to vote.  Like the Black Panthers and Mickey Mouse and Daffy Duckl

Instant Runoff Voting (5/01/2004)
The Center for Voting and Democracy is studying how changing the way people vote could have modified the state’s March 2004 U.S. Senate primaries.

The Joyce Awards
Established in 2003, the Joyce Awards supports artists of color in major Midwestern cities—the only granting program to do so. This year, Joyce has awarded five outstanding arts organizations grants of $50,000 each to support new works in dance, music, theater, and visual arts.

Enterprise Community Partners

Enterprise Real Estate Leadership Council
The Enterprise Real Estate Leadership Council is a select group of national leaders in real estate and civic efforts interested in community development.

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan
kicked off the 7th annual Enterprise Real Estate Leadership Council (ERELC) meeting May 20 in Washington, D.C. Industry leaders discussed changing policies and solutions for affordable housing.

Network Member Profiles
NHT-Enterprise, Washington, D.C.
Rural Opportunities Inc., Northeastern states
Neighborhood Progress, Cleveland, Ohio
A Community of Friends, Los Angeles, California

Other Enterprise Community Partners Offices
Karen Lado
Regional Operations Officer
899 Logan Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
Tel: 303.376.5410
Fax: 303.573.1574
Email Karen

New Mexico
New Mexico
Ed Rosenthal
Sr. Director, National, Rural and Native American
2976 Rodeo Park Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Tel: 505.216.0926 (x4926)
Fax: 505.428.2351
Email Ed

Upstate New York (Al Gore is part of this also )

Valerie Jarret = Chicago Climate Exchange

Valerie Jarrett

Topics> The Chicago Climate Exchange – Obama & Valerie Jarrett were there at the beginning, using the Cap & Trade SCAM to make the Exchange a monopoly.

Franklin Raines, Obama’s boy, made $90 million at Fannie and now is behind the technology at the Chicago Climate Exchange.  The U.S. Patent was granted the day after the Democrats took control in 2006.
WHAT A COINCIDENCE. Other conspirators include Al Gore and three former Goldman execs

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Joanie Bronfman
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Drummond Pike
Tides Founder and CEO
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john a. powell
john a. powell, a nationally recognized authority on civil rights and civil liberties, is the Gregory H. Williams Chair in Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University, and is the Executive Director of the Kirwan Institute for Race and Ethnicity in the Americas. He has taught law at Columbia, Harvard, University of Miami, and University of San Francisco, and has served as National Legal Director of the ACLU. john also serves on the board of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council.

Charles C. Savitt
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Joel Solomon
Board Chair
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Original Source scoured out By Cherry Merritt.
I built the rest of the page with the links she provided.