Judy May Chu (born July 7, 1953, in Los Angeles, CA). She earned her B.A. In mathematics from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1974 and her Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1979. 1981-1988: Professor, East Los Angeles College. 1985-1988: Board member, Garvey school district. 1988-2001: Monterrey Park City Council. Chu began her political career in the California State Assembly, where she served from 2001 to 2006.2006-2009: California Board of Equalization. She is a Democratic member of the U.S. House representingCalifornia's 27th Congressional District. Chu was first elected to the House in a special election on July 14, 2009 as U.S. Representative from California's 32nd Congressional District. 2013-Present: U.S. Representative from California's 27th Congressional District.
Member of CPC and chairwoman of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus
In response to Congressman Peter King’s 2012 congressional hearings on Islamic radicalization, Chu complained that a “witch hunt for Muslim radicals will do little to make our nation safer.”
believes that taxpayers should pay for more lawyers to defend the rights of illegal immigrant children.
http://chu.house.gov/press-release/congresswoman-chu-marks-50th-anniversary-march-washington In August 2013, on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, she said “The erosion of the Voting Rights Act by a Supreme Court decision earlier this year, and the continued efforts to impose Voter ID laws threaten the rights of every American to exercise their voice in our democracy.”
http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2011/09/03/see-something-say-something-not-so-fast-says-congresswoman-judy-chu/ Chu thinks those who in “good faith” report suspicious behavior ought to be sued if they “racially profile.” “If a person contacts law enforcement about something based solely on someone’s race, religion, ethnicity or national origin, they would not receive immunity from civil lawsuits,” Chu warned at the House Judiciary committee on July 20. Chu offered to amend the “See Something Say Something Act of 2011″ to strip legal protection for people coming forward to help law enforcement.
slammed GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush Tuesday for defending his use of the term “anchor baby” (foreigners who pay to give birth in the U.S. so that their offspring can claim U.S. citizenship and all the benefits that go with it) by arguing that the term “is more related to Asian people.” “‘anchor babies’ is a slur that stigmatizes children from birth,” Chu said in a statement Tuesday. “All that is accomplished through talk of anchor-babies – be they from Latin America, Asia, Europe, or Africa – is to use xenophobia to further isolate immigrants,” she said. “It’s time for our country to return to a substantive discussion on immigration.” “The problem is a broken immigration system that forces families to live apart or live in fear,” she said. “We need a conversation that leads to a solution on visas and naturalization and seriously considers how we can integrate the 11.5 million undocumented immigrants already living and contributing here.”
* She supports“comprehensive immigration reform “ that provides a pathway to citizenship
https://chu.house.gov/press-release/rep-chu-statement-third-anniversary-daca In June 2015 she lauded the third anniversary of President Obama’s announcement of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which puts on hold the deportation of many undocumented youth living in the U.S.. DACA allows immigrants who meet certain requirements, including coming to the U.S. before they turned 16, attending school or serving in the military, to temporarily stay and work in the U.S. Last November, the President expanded DACA to include immigrants who were previously too old for the program and added created a the Deferred Action Program for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27) released the following statement on the occasion of the third anniversary of DACA: “the President took the legal and moral step of clarifying that those who have made America their home, have laid down roots, and are contributing to our communities are not deportation priorities.”
Judy Chu spent much of her younger years in the orbit of the highly militant Communist Workers Party, which in 1979 grew out of a Maoist organization called the Asian Study Group. According Trevor Loudon: “Mainly Asian to begin with, after absorbing several Maoist sects, the CWP gained a high proportion of a Black, White and Latino cadre. The CWP followed the policies of Mao Tse Tung, Joseph Stalin and Cambodian mass murderer, Pol Pot. They also originally gave some support to the Islamists of the Iranian Revolution.”
The first significant evidence of Chu’s ties to the CWP comes through the long defunct Federation For Progress, founded in 1982 by CWP to create a new US Marxist united front organization. In July 1982 the FFP put a half-page ad in the socialist weekly newspaper, In These Times which listed Chu as a member of its “Interim Executive Committee” , along with the Maoist nuclear physicist Michio Kaku ; CWP supporter and social medicine teacher Frances Hubbard; Manning Marable; Democratic Socialists of America member Musheer Robinson. Judy Chu was still a leader of the Federation For Progress in 1984.
Loudon: “In 1985, the CWP dropped Maoism, changed its name to the New Democratic Movement and began a deliberate program of infiltrating the Democratic Party at the highest levels. The CWP never abandoned Marxist revolution as its goal. It merely exchanged the subtle long term infiltration of the institutions as recommended by Italian Communist Party leader, Antonio Gramsci, for the outdated, confrontational street-marching tactics of Mao Tse Tung. A key part of CWP/NDM strategy was to exploit racial and ethnic divisions as a means of achieving p0wer. A key part of CWP/NDM strategy was to exploit racial and ethnic divisions as a means of achieving p0wer.”
“A perfect example occurred in Monterey Park, East Los Angeles, in the mid-1980s. The area, previously largely white and Latino, was experiencing an influx of immigrants from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Eventually, some longtime residents sought a ban on Chinese-language storefront signs. When a divided City Council voted in 1986 to support a resolution endorsing, among other things, English as the nation’s official language, Judy Chu, by then on the local school board and her husband Mike Eng (a lawyer), fought back by forming the Coalition for Harmony in Monterey Park.”
http://www.trevorloudon.com/2013/03/judy-chu-exposed-part-4-judy-chu-and-communist-worker-china-shill-kent-wong/ NOTHING HERE.
http://www.trevorloudon.com/2013/03/judy-chu-exposed-part-5-judy-chu-i-am-a-daughter-of-china-now-i-am-coming-home/ NOTHING HERE
https://chu.house.gov/press-release/immigration-action-here-stay In February 2015 Chu said, “The President's action does exactly that--it acknowledges that immigrants who work hard and obey the law are not deportation priorities." said Rep. Chu. "Our government should not be in the business of separating parents from children, yet that is exactly what this decision attempts to do. These actions will not burden states as the lawsuit argues, they will help them grow enormously. By bringing undocumented immigrants out of the shadows, we are going to grow our labor force, increase productivity, and add about $90 billion to our GDP in the next 10 years." "DACA and DAPA marked historic moments for immigration reform," continued Rep. Chu. "I have seen the immense enthusiasm from my constituents who will be able to continue their education and work without fear of separation. The court's decision is just a temporary roadblock, that we will overcome. Immigration action is here stay. The President's actions are legally sound, morally right, and ultimately the right policy for our country."
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu Chu taught as a psychology professor at the Los Angeles Community College District for 20 years, including 13 years at East Los Angeles College
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu A delegation led by Congresswoman Judy Chu, visited the School of Transnational Law on Sept. 1, 2011, to discuss the role of caucuses in the U.S. House of Representatives in the legislative process. … The Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus , which also includes Congressman Eni Faleomavaega and members of the U.S.-Asia Institute, addressed a large audienc.. discussed the need for representation of Asian and Asian American constituents in the government and the discrimination Asian Americans have faced historically.
Judy Chu told China Daily that she wanted to increase understanding between the United States and China, a relationship which Chu said has sometimes been hit by "great anxiety and tension".
"There are some in Congress who are saying negative and angry things about China," Chu said.
"I felt that we needed to have this trip in order to help balance the perspective that is out there. We have more to gain in our relationship between US and China than we have to lose." There is also much that the US can learn from China, she added.
"We need to explain what great progress China has made, with some great advances that we can learn from. For instance, on high-speed rail. We actually rode the high-speed rail from Nanjing to Shanghai and we were incredibly impressed at how China could make these advances when we in the US actually have not been able to get our first high-speed train going," she said. 
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu In 2008 she supported the presidential campaign of Hilary Clinton.
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu She has been supported by EMILY's List.
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu She co-organized a June 2008 event where Communist Party USA leader and Executive Director of Cesar E. Chavez National Holiday, Evelina Alarcon presented a poster from the organization (WHICH ONE?) to Barack Obama's younger sister Maya Soetoro-Ng at a gathering in East Los Angeles.
http://keywiki.org/Judy_Chu In 2012 she was a national co-chair of Obama for America, to … help engage and mobilize voters in all 50 states.
Jared Schutz Polis (b. May 12, 1975, in Boulder, Colorado). He earned a B.A. In Political Science from Princeton University in 1996. Founder, Pro Flowers Website; (http://www.csmonitor.com/Business/2012/1025/Who-are-the-10-richest-members-of-Congress/Rep.-Jared-Polis-D-Colo Before coming to Congress, he founded an online offshoot of Blue Mountain Arts, his family's greeting card and publishing business, and the flower sales website ProFlowers.com. ) Founder and superintendent, New America School; Sales Manager, Blue Mountain Arts; Co-Founder, American Information Systems. Member, Executive Committee, Colorado Democratic Party and the Boulder County Democrats, 2000-2007; Volunteer, campaigns of Democrats Al Gore, Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Michael Dukakis and others. 2000-2007: Colorado Board of Education (2004-2005: Chair). He is a Democratic member of the U.S. Houserepresenting Colorado's 2nd Congressional District. Polis was first elected to the House in 2008. Member of CPC.
Sept. 2015: "If there are 10 people who have been accused, and under a reasonable likelihood standard maybe one or two did it, it seems better to get rid of all 10 people," the Boulder Democrat said Thursday at a subcommittee meeting about preventing rape on campus.
"We're not talking about depriving them of life or liberty; we're talking about them being transferred to another university, for crying out loud." In a piece published online Tuesday by the Daily Camera and on Medium.com, Polis called his remarks "a major gaffe" that "went too far." But he did not apologize for arguing last week that colleges may be wise to use a "preponderance of evidence" standard — a lower threshold than criminal courts would use — in deciding whether to punish or expel a student... The criminal justice system, he wrote, has for decades been "woefully inadequate" in its service to survivors of sexual assault.
http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/188405/why-captain-america-hates-me-ben-shapiro openly gay
Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont, Colorado has been facing intense criticism from gay rights activists because it wouldn’t permit the Class of 2015’s valedictorian to give his commencement address on May 16. In the speech, Evan Young, 18, intended to come out as gay.
Young submitted his speech for review, but administrators told him that the planned content was inappropriate for the venue.
Polis, who represents a district which neighbors the school district Twin Peaks charter school is in, penned an aggressive open letter to the school’s administrators on official Congressional letterhead, calling for an investigation of Twin Peaks’ policies in regard to sexual orientation.
In the letter, Polis demands that “reparative actions…be taken to ensure that no student at Twin Peaks is discriminated against based on his or her sexual orientation or gender identity.”
He also sent a letter to Twin Peaks’ district supervisor, condemning the actions of the school as “violations of district policy, state law, and Evan Young’s basic right to privacy” and called for a “swift response.”
Polis has also demanded an external investigation into the incident and the school’s policies regarding sexual orientation. He claims an internal investigation may report inaccurate findings because the administration has already “made up [its] mind.”
he declared we should be “celebrating” President Barack Obama’s amnesty for putting off passage of so-called immigration reform legislation.
“We should be celebrating today the start of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals expansion and the Deferred Action for Parents of American Citizens program that President Obama launched in light of the continued failure of this Congress to finally fix our broken immigration system,” Polis said.
We can now hope to make sense of a tweet posted by Jared Polis, a Democratic Congressclown from Colorado, attacking Republican Senator Tom Cotton for his role in sending a letter to the government of Iran: “Tehran Tom took his case directly to the Iranian government.” Polis underlined his point: “Tehran Tom asks Revolutionary Guards for help in battle against US diplomats.” Other liberals are suggesting that Cotton is the new Hanoi Jane.
Historic victory at #SCOTUS. #lovecantwait
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Rep. Jared Polis on Friday called upon Congress to grant illegal immigrants citizenship rights that would allow them access to the federally mandate health coverage, the Washington Times reported.
Immigrants are currently not required to participate in the program's individual mandate and don’t receive subsidies or the ability to participate in Medicaid programs, Polis noted. Too often they are shifted to emergency rooms for routine healthcare, some not paying their bills, which in turn are absorbed by paying consumers, said Polis, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 2nd District.
"American citizens are essentially being forced to pay for the health care costs of people who are here illegally every day, until we pass comprehensive immigration reform," Polis told the Times. "We’re wondering why rates are going up. … It’s no surprise. When somebody doesn’t have insurance, their costs are shifted onto other people that do."
Minimum net worth: $72.09 million
In addition to a diverse portfolio of stocks and funds, Polis reported having an array of real estate investments, including properties inBoulder, Colo., Denver and Florida, and sizable stakes in businesses including LifePics, a photo storing, sharing and printing service, and Symbius Medical, a home medical equipment supplier.
Polis reported having mortgages on a personal residence in Boulder and a vacation home in Berthoud, Colo. Another mortgage of at least $1 million on a property in Boulder was paid off sometime in 2011 when the home was sold, according to his most recent filing.
Polis holds dozens of positions at outside organizations, primarily venture capital funds and investment firms at which he is a full or limited partner.
SCHWEIZER: To just give you one example, during the healthcare debate in 2009, Congressman Jared Polis from Colorado (D), sits on the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, was a big backer of this. He was a big supporter of the law and certain provisions in the law. Well he took huge multimillion dollar bets. He supported ObamaCare legislation saying it was going to increase the effectiveness of the healthcare system. At the same time, in the summer of 2009, he put between seven and $35 million into a company called Bridge International that is a medical tourism company. These are companies that say, “We'll arrange surgery for you in Costa Rica for $10,000.” And he knew exactly what he was doing because the medical tourism industry in the summer of 2009 was saying, “If ObamaCare passes, this is going to be a boon to our industry because surgeries are going to become more scarce, and people are going to want to go overseas to avoid a lot of red tape.”
So, here you had an individual who was supporting a law, and he knew that the economic consequences would not be good for the healthcare system, but he sought to profit off of it by buying a huge chunk in a medical tourism company.
SCHWEIZER: Well, that one sort of stands out. The other thing that he did, in the ObamaCare bill – remember this thing was over 1,000 pages long – there were a couple of lines in there that said that biotechnology companies were going to get a twelve year patent protection on their drugs rather than the five year protection traditional drug makers have. That was of course a huge boon to the biotech industry. And the same Congressman, Polis, bought EFTs, which are sector funds, in biotechnology companies. He bought between one and $5 million, and those went up 25 percent as a result of ObamaCare. So he did very, very well.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis Before entering Congress Jared Polis was the President and Founder of the Jared Polis Foundation as well as Chair of the Colorado State Board of Education. As Chair, Polis focused on recruiting and retaining quality teachers as well as spearheading the School for a New America a "new non-profit educational endeavor that will provide literacy tutoring for hundreds of recent immigrants to Colorado."
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis He also served on the board of Progress Now Action.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis co-chairman of the LGBT Equality Caucus.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis Peace Action has supported Jared Polis since 2008;
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis In September 2009, following the lead of their Senate colleagues, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to cut off funds to ACORN. the vote was 345-75. All of the 75 were Democrats, and included Jared Polis. 
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis On October 13 2010 , immigration activists from around the country gathered to join in a vigil and rally in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC., where Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez and other elected officials launched a new push for comprehensive immigration reform, building to the opening months of 2010. … The lawmakers who joined Rep. Gutierrez on stage, and addressed the gathering included Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairwoman Rep. Nydia Velazquez (D-NY), Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus Chairman Rep. Michael Honda (D-CA), Congressional Progressive Caucus Chairs Raúl M. Grijalva (D-AZ) and Lynn Woolsey (D-CA), Congressional Black Caucus Member, Yvette Clarke (D-NY), Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Xavier Becerra (D-CA), Jared Polis (D-CO), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), Michael Quigley (D-IL), and Delegate Gregorio Sablan (Northern Mariana Islands).
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis Polis has been endorsed multiple times since 2008 by JStreet PAC. On Oct. 26, 2009, Jared Polis spoke alongside fellow congressmen, Bob Filner and Jan Schakowsky at the JStreet 2009 Conference.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis Jared Polis was on the list of speakers at the 2009 America's Future Now conference, which was organized by the Institute for Policy Studies, and Democratic Socialists of America dominated Campaign for America's Future.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis A May 03, 2013 Press release from the radical controlled and Institute for Policy Studies affiliated Latin America Working Group's Cuba Team stated: Due to your action/emails/phone calls we have 59 signatures from House representatives urging President Obama to support travel to Cuba by granting general licenses for ALL current categories of travel. Polis was a signer.
http://keywiki.org/Jared_Polis In November 2013 he participated in a Colorado event hosted by NCLR on moving immigration reform forward in the House.
http://polis.house.gov/news/documentsingle.aspx?DocumentID=397936 Sept. 2014: “After carefully reviewing the 159-page document and its classified annexes, discussing the matter with constituents and security experts, and weighing our alternatives, I have concluded that this enforceable, verifiable agreement is the best available option to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. I will oppose legislation that seeks to stop the United States from participating in it.”
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/24/jared-polis-steve-king_n_7139138.html the first openly gay parent to serve in the U.S. Congress, and has two children with his partner.
https://twitter.com/repjaredpolis/status/651798437525082112 Oct. 7, 2015: Officials in Alabama playing politics with right to vote: demanding voter ID, then making IDs hard to get. That's shameful. #RestoreTheVOTE