Amnesty and Guest Workers: How Big Business, Big Labor, Big Tech, and Big Government are screwing Americans

First off, who are the schmucks supporting Amnesty? We should know who supports these so-called Dreamers and why they think hiring foreigners over Americans in this bad economy is going to make the market better (for us). (Indeed, part of the reason I’m here is because my field, IT, is being outsourced by pukes like Zuckerberg so I went into writing and blogging, which I kinda liked anyway, to be more creative and strike back at all those who are screwing me and my generation and the rest of the country.)

Here is a big list of the supporters of Amnesty or hiring foreigners for cheap labor (Notice, some of these clowns are also supporting Common Core and Planned Parenthood, etc.)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) , Anti-Defamation League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), People for the American Way, Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), Change to Win, Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA), American Jewish Committee, Assemblies of God, Brethren In Christ Church, Christian Reformed Church in N. America, Christianity Today (magazine), Church of God (Cleveland, TN), Church of the Nazarene, Church World Service, Immigration and Refugee Program, Elim Fellowship, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Foursquare Church, Grace Communion International, International Pentecostal Holiness Church, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), Mennonite Central Committee Washington Office, Missionary Church, National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), National Council of Churches, National Council of Jewish Women, Presbyterian Church (USA), Rabbinical Assembly, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, Sojourners/Call to Renewal/ Christians for Comprehensive Immigration, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society, United Methodist Council of Bishops, Vineyard USA, Wesleyan Church, World Relief1, The Cheesecake Factory, Inc., CVS Caremark Corporation, Hallmark Cards, Inc., McDonald’s Corporation, The Wendy’s Company,The Walt Disney Company, The Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson, American Express Company, 21st Century Fox, Darden Restaurants, Inc (Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and others) ,Liberty Mutual Group, Inc. ,Allstate Insurance Company, Western Union, Northwestern Mutual, American Airlines Inc., Motorola Solutions, Inc., The Procter & Gamble Company (wide range of well-known home and beauty brands), Newell Rubbermaid Inc., AT&T Inc., T-Mobile USA, Inc., Caterpillar Inc., The ADT Corporation, Pfizer Inc., Hewlett-Packard Company, United Parcel Service, Inc., General Electric Company, Verizon Communications Inc., Marriott International, Inc., Hilton Worldwide ,Hyatt Hotels Corporation, McCormick & Company, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Quest Diagnostics Incorporated, Eaton,
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, BNSF Railway Company, Shell Oil Company, General Mills, Inc. (many well-known food brands), Ingram Industries Inc., Kronos Incorporated,
Ingersoll Rand Company, General Parts Inc., Merck & Co., Inc., United Technologies Corporation, Harris Corporation, Illinois Tool Works Inc., Sears Holdings Corporation,
USG Corporation, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Johnson Controls, Inc., Ally Financial Inc., US Foods, Univar, Inc., Kiewit Corporation, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.,
W.W. Grainger, Inc., Avery Dennison Corporation, Humana Inc., Novelis, Inc., The Williams Companies, Inc., Avaya Inc., Computer Sciences Corporation, Honeywell International Inc., International Paper Company, Dover Corporation, Danaher Corporation, TRW Automotive, Analog Devices, Inc., Ecolab, Inc., Avnet, Inc., White Lodging Corporation, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc., Simon Property Group, Daikin McQuay Americas, Continental Grain Company, MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc., Hospira, Inc.,, Cigna Corporation, The ServiceMaster Company, Automatic Data Processing, Inc.,
Bloomin’ Brands Inc., Fiserv, Inc., Carolinas HealthCare System, SRA International,
Emerson, Rockwell Automation, Inc., Parker Hannifin Corporation, Saint-Gobain Corporation, General Dynamics Corporation, A. O. Smith Corporation, Praxair, Inc., HCA Inc., Eastman Chemical Company, ManpowerGroup, Fifth Third Bank, Pitney Bowes Inc.,
Express Scripts, Inc., Cardinal Health, Inc., Aleris International, Inc., DTE Energy Company, U.S. Steel Corporation, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation, Cargill, Incorporated, Assurant, Inc., XL Global Services, Inc, Texas Instruments Incorporated,
ATK, WESCO International2, Dell, Xerox, IBM, Southern California Edison, Micron Technology Inc., Qualcomm Inc., EMC Corp.3, Facebook and http://www.fwd.us4.

The group La Raza is notorious for pushing for Amnesty. Here, on their own site, is a list of those backing them (some might be repeats of above):

Aetna Foundation
Alcoa Foundation
Allstate Foundation
America’s Charter School Finance Corporation
American Airlines
American Express Philanthropic Program
Anheuser-Busch Companies
Annie E. Casey Foundation
AOL Time Warner
AT&T Foundation
Bank of America
Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
The Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund
The California Endowment
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Caterpillar Foundation
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
ChevronTexaco Corporation
Citigroup Inc.
Citigroup Foundation
Coors Brewing Company
Corporation for National and Community Service
The Cummins Foundation
DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund
DTE Energy Foundation
E.I. Du Pont, De Nemours And Company
Eastman Kodak CO
Friedrich Ebert Foundation
Entergy Charitable Foundation
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Fannie Mae Foundation
FedEx Corporation
First Data Western Union Foundation
Ford Foundation
Ford Motor Company Fund
Freddie Mac Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Illinois Attorney General
Attorney General Lisa Madigan
The Fred R. Fernandez-Irma R. Rodriguez Foundation, Inc.
General Mills, Inc
Hess Foundation, Inc.
Hilton Hotels Corporation
Home Depot, Inc.
Inter-American Foundation
The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation
Job Corps
Johnson & Johnson
The Joyce Foundation
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
The Kroger Co.
Levi Strauss & Co.
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lucent Technologies Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation
Mehri & Skalet PLLC
Mertz Gilmore Foundation
MetLife Foundation / Metlife, Inc.
Motorola Foundation
NEA Foundation
Nike Foundation
Open Society Institute
PG&E Corporation
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
PepsiCo, Inc.
Pfizer Inc.
The Procter & Gamble Company
Prudential Foundation
The Rockefeller Foundation
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Rosenberg Foundation
Sallie Mae Fund
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Toyota USA Foundation
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
U.S. Department of Labor
United Airlines Foundation
USAA Federal Savings Bank
UPS Foundation
Valassis Giving Committee
Verizon Communications Inc.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
The Walton Family Foundation
Wells Fargo & Co
Western Union
The William Randolph Hearst Foundations
Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering
The Xerox Foundation5

Here is a buttload of more companies supporting Amnesty (Note, there may be duplicates from above):

Adams Insurance Service Inc.
Advanced Decisions Inc.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
AGCO Corp.
Albany-Colonie (NY) Regional Chamber
Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers
American Action Forum
American Action Network
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
American Beekeeping Federation
American Coatings Association
American Council of Engineering Companies
American Council on International Personnel
American Farm Bureau Federation
American Feed Industry Association
American Honey Producers Association
American Hotel & Lodging Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
American Jewish Committee (NJ)
American Meat Institute
American Nursery & Landscape Association
American Project Consultants LLC
American Sheep Industry Association
American Standard Development Co.
Anaheim (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce
Applied Materials
Appvance Inc.
Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Arizona Farm Bureau Federation
Arizona Nursery Association
Arizona Technology Council
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas
Arlington Chamber of Commerce (TX)
Arsenal Venture Partners
Aspen Square Hotel
Associated Industries of Massachusetts
Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado
Association for Competitive Technology
Austin Ventures
Autodesk Inc.
Avid Park Capital LLC
Axcelis Technologies
Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber
Baton Rouge Area (LA) Chamber
Belton Area Chamber of Commerce
Bennington Area (VT) Chamber of Commerce
Blount Partnership
Brokaw Nursery Inc.
BSA | The Software Alliance
Buckeye Valley (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Business Council of Alabama
Business Council of New York State Inc.
Cabarrus (NC) Regional Chamber of Commerce
Cadence Design Systems
California Chamber of Commerce
California Cotton Ginners Association
California Cotton Growers Association
California Farm Bureau Federation
California Grape and Tree Fruit League
California Strawberry Commission
Camarata Masonry Systems Ltd.
Capital Factory
Carpet Empire Plus
Caterpillar Inc.
Cervilenz Inc.
Chamber of Commerce of St. Joseph County (IN)
Chamber of Commerce Southwest LA
Chambers of Commerce Alliance of Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties (CA)
Chamber West (UT)
Chandler (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Cherry Lane Farms
Chicago Southland (IL) Chamber of Commerce
Chicagoland (IL) Chamber of Commerce
Cisco Systems Inc.
Collaborative Communications
Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry
Colorado Nursery & Greenhouse Association
Committee of 100 for Economic Development Inc. (LA)
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Compete America
Computer & Communications Industry Association
Concord Servicing Corp.
Concord Software Leasing Corp.
Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association
Consumer Electronics Association
Cordele-Crisp (GA) Chamber of Commerce
Corning Inc.
Cottonwood Technology Fund – NVCA Member
Cummins Inc.
Dairy Producers of New Mexico
Dakota County (MN) Regional Chamber of Commerce
Dallas Regional Chamber
Danna & Danna Inc.
Danna Farms Inc.
Danna Investment Co.
Danna Land Co.
Danna Properties LP
Daytona (FL) Regional Chamber of Commerce
Deloitte LLP
Delta Planning Inc.
Denton Glass Co.
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Diversified Thermal Insulation
Dow Chemical Co.
East Bay (RI) Chamber of Commerce
East Valley (UT) Chamber
eBay Inc.
EcoFactor Inc.
Edison Ventures
Einstein’s Alley NJ
Elance Inc.
EnerNOC Inc.
Erie (PA) Regional Chamber & Growth Partnership
ETM-Electromatic Inc.
Everett Partners Ltd.
F5 Networks
Fall River Area (MA) Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Farmers Investment Co.
Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce
Finelite Inc.
FirstFruits of Washington
Fitzgerald Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies
Flagstaff (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Florida Nursery, Growers & Landscape Association
Fox Cities (WI) Chamber of Commerce & Industry
FUJIFILM Dimatix Inc.
Gatlinburg (TN) Chamber of Commerce
Gazzang Inc.
General Electric
Georgia Chamber of Commerce
Georgia Green Industry Association
Gilbert (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Global Immigration Benchmarking Council
Goleta Valley (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Google Inc.
Great Lakes Metro Chambers Coalition
Greater Boca Raton (FL) Chamber of Commerce
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Greater Des Moines (IA) Partnership
Greater Durham (NC) Chamber of Commerce
Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce
Greater Houston Partnership
Greater Indianapolis (IN) Chamber of Commerce
Greater Irving-Las Colinas (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Greater Memphis (TN) Chamber
Greater Omaha Chamber (NE)
Greater Pittsburgh (PA) Chamber of Commerce
Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Greater Richmond (VA) Chamber
Greater San Antonio (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Greater San Fernando Valley (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Greater Topeka (KS) Chamber of Commerce
Green Bay Area (WI) Chamber of Commerce
Grok Inc.
Grower-Shipper Association of Central California
Gulf Citrus Growers Association
Henderson County (NC) Chamber of Commerce
Hilton Head Island-Bluffton (SC) Chamber of Commerce
Hilton Worldwide
Hispanic Leadership Network
HR Policy Association
Hudson County (NJ) Chamber of Commerce
Huffman & Hawbaker Farms
IBC Bank
IBM Corp.
Idaho Dairymen’s Association
Idaho Farm Bureau Federation
Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association
Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Illinois Farm Bureau
Illinois Green Industry Association
Illinois Technology Association
Indiana Chamber of Commerce
Indiana Farm Bureau
Indiana Nursery and Landscape Association
Indiana Restaurant & Lodging Association
Information Technology Industry Council
Ingersoll Rand
Intel Corp.
International Dairy Foods Association
Intersouth Partners
IRONCO Enterprises LLC
Irrigation Association
Jan Medical Inc.
Jefferson Chamber of Commerce
Johnson City TN Chamber of Commerce
JumpStart Inc.
Juniper Networks
K & W Mfg. Company Inc.
Kansas Chamber of Commerce
Kansas Farm Bureau
Kingsport Area Chamber of Commerce
Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
KnowledgeTree Inc.
Kovio Inc.
Laredo (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Las Vegas (NV) Metro Chamber of Commerce
Lassen Canyon Nursery Inc.
Lee & Hayes PLLC
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce
LiveOps Inc.
Lone Star Boat, RV & Self Storage
Long Beach (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Longview (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. (LAEDC)
Loudoun County (VA) Chamber of Commerce
Louisiana Irrigation Association
Lubbock (TX) Chamber of Commerce
Madrona Venture Group
Manhattan (NY) Chamber of Commerce
Marriott International Inc.
Marvell Semiconductor Inc.
Maryland Nursery and Landscape Association
Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange
Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership
Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council
MC Marketing Group LLC
Meadowlands (NJ) Regional Chamber
Melaleuca Inc.
Metro South Chamber of Commerce (MA)
Michigan Apple Association
Michigan Chamber of Commerce
Michigan Farm Bureau
Michigan Milk Producers Association
Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association
Microsoft Corp.
Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
MIND Research Institute
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota Farm Bureau
Minnesota High Tech Association
Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association
Mitsubishi International Corp.
Monterey County Farm Bureau
Morris County (NJ) Chamber of Commerce
Morris County (NJ) Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce
Motive Power Systems Inc.
Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association
Motorola Solutions Inc.
Myrtle Beach Area (SC) Chamber of Commerce
Naperville Area (IL) Chamber of Commerce
Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
National Association of Manufacturers
National Christmas Tree Association
National Council of Agricultural Employers
National Council of Chain Restaurants
National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
National Foreign Trade Council
National Grape Cooperative Association Inc.
National Immigration Forum
National Onion Association
National Potato Council
National Retail Federation
National Roofing Contractors Association
National Venture Capital Association
New England Apple Council
New Jersey Main Street Alliance
New Jersey Nursery & Landscape Association
New Mexico Association of Commerce & Industry
New York Farm Bureau
New York Technology Council
Nisei Farmers League
Nitero Inc.
NM Association of Commerce & Industry
North American Blueberry Council
North Carolina Farm Bureau
North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association
North Carolina Technology Association
North East Ohio International Business Network
Northeast Dairy Producers Association
Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce
Northumberland County (VA) Chamber of Commerce
OCZ Technology Group Inc.
OFA – The Association of Horticulture Professionals
Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation
Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association
Ohio Venture Association
ON Semiconductor
OnShift Inc.
Oregon Association of Nurseries
Oregon Cherry Growers Inc.
Oregon Farm Bureau
Outdoor Amusement Business Association Inc.
Overland Park Chamber of Commerce
Oxnard (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Packard Place
Palm Desert Area (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Paramount Citrus
Paramount Farming Co.
Partnership for a New American Economy
Paymetric Inc.
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau
Permac Industries
Ponchatoula Chamber of Commerce
Port Hueneme (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Preemptive Solutions
Prescott (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Prime Time International
Produce Marketing Association
Producers Chemical Co.
Professional Landcare Network
PTV Sciences
Purple Leaf LLC
Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce
R&L Well Drilling LLC
Rackspace Hosting Inc.
Rancho Cordova (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Retail Industry Leaders Association
River Cities Capital Funds
Robert Mann Packaging Inc.
Rochester (MN) Area Chamber of Commerce
Rogers-Lowell Area (AR) Chamber of Commerce
Rollins Inc.
Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurship
S3 Ventures LLC
SailPoint Technologies Inc.
Salt Lake (UT) Chamber
San Antonio (TX) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
San Diego County Farm Bureau
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce
Santa Clara (CA) Chamber of Commerce and Convention-Visitors Bureau
Santa Clara University
Schuylkill (PA) Chamber of Commerce
Scottsdale (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International
Semiconductor Industry Association
Signature Landscape Inc.
Silicon Valley Bank
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Society for Human Resource Management
Society of American Florists
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce
South Carolina Farm Bureau
South East Dairy Farmers Association
South Metro Denver Chamber
Sports Tutor Inc.
St. Louis (MO) Regional Chamber
St. Paul Area Chamber (MN)
State Agriculture and Rural Leaders
Statewide Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce (NJ)
Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NJ)
Sun-Maid Growers of California
Sunshine Hope
Surplus Service
SV Angel
Sweet Potato Council of California
Synopsys Inc.
Technology Association of Oregon
Technology CEO Council
Telecommunications Industry Association
Tempe (AZ) Chamber of Commerce
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Tennessee Farm Bureau
Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition
Texas Association of Business
Texas Farm Bureau
Texas Instruments Inc.
Texas International Produce Association
Texas Nursery & Landscape Association
The Business Council of New York State Inc.
The Center for APA Women
The Chamber of Reno, Sparks, and Northern Nevada
The Internet Association
The Latino Coalition
The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce
The National Grange
The New England Council
The Partnership for a New American Economy
The Shurtleff Group
The Technology Association of Georgia
Tompkins County (NY) Chamber of Commerce
Torrance (CA) Area Chamber of Commerce
TransPak Inc.
TransPremier LLC
Trimble Navigation
Tucson (AZ) Hispanic Chamber
Tucson (AZ) Metro Chamber of Commerce
Tulsa (OK) Regional Chamber
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Travel Association
Uesugi Farms Inc.
Ugaldes Restaurant
United Dairymen of Arizona
United Fresh Produce Association
Valley Industry & Commerce Association
Ventura (CA) Chamber of Commerce
Ventura County Agricultural Association
Venture Investors LLC
Vessey & Company Inc.
Vida Capital Inc.
Virgin America
Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association
Virginia Farm Bureau
Virginia Green Industry Council
Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association
Washington Farm Bureau
Washington Growers League
Washington Laboratories and American Certification Body
Washington State Dairy Federation
Washington Technology Industry Association
Welch Foods Inc.
West Coast Mennonite Central Committee
Western Agricultural Processors Association
Western Digital Corp.
Western Growers
Western United Dairymen
White Pine (NV) Chamber of Commerce
Willits & Newcomb Inc.
Wine Institute
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce
Woodrow Engineering Co.
Woolley Engineering Research Corp.
XTn Group LLC
Yuma Fresh Vegetable Association
Zacarias Actuarial Consultants Inc.
Zachry Holdings Inc.

Michele A. Carlin
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Chair, Immigration Policy Committee HR Policy Association
Mirian M. Graddick Weir
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Merck & Co., Inc.
Chair HR Policy Association
David Almeda
Chief People Officer
Kronos Incorporated
Elizabeth B. Amato
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Organization
United Technologies Corporation
Marcia J. Avedon
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Ingersoll Rand Company
Dina Barmasse Gray
Senior Vice President Human Resources The Cheesecake Factory, Inc.
Mark F. Biegger
Chief Human Resources Officer
The Procter & Gamble Company
Lisa G. Bisaccia
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
CVS Caremark Corporation
William A. Blase
Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources
AT&T Inc.
Robert C. Bloss
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Cynthia K. Brabander
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Sharon M. Brady
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Benito Cachinero-Sánchez
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
Dean Carter
Chief Human Resources Officer
Sears Holdings Corporation
Rizwan Chand
Vice President, Human Resources and Medical Chief Human Resources Officer
BNSF Railway Company
Brian J. Cook
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Communications
USG Corporation
Lawrence B. Costello
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Tyco International
L. Kevin Cox
Chief Human Resources Officer
American Express Company
Bruce Culpepper
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Americas Shell Oil Company
Michael D’Ambrose
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resource Officer
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Michael L. Davis
Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources
General Mills, Inc.
Susan F. Davis
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Dennis T. Delaney
Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
Ingram Industries Inc.
James D. DeVries
Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer
Allstate Insurance Company
John DiBenedetto
Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer
General Parts Inc.
James J. Duffy
Chief Human Resources Officer
Ally Financial Inc.
Robert L. Duffy
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
Harris Corporation
Ceree Eberly
Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer
The Coca-Cola Company
Joann M. Eisenhart
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Northwestern Mutual
David J. Esler
Chief Human Resources Officer
US Foods
Edward A. Evans
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Univar, Inc.
Robyn Ewing
Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer
The Williams Companies, Inc.
Peter M. Fasolo
Chief Human Resources Officer
Johnson & Johnson
Richard R. Floersch
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
McDonald’s Corporation
Melanie M. Foley
Senior Vice President, Manager, Human Resources and Administration
Liberty Mutual Group, Inc.
Roger C. Gaston
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Avaya Inc.
Michael Geary
Corporate Vice President, Human Resources
Kiewit Corporation
Anita Graham
Chief Human Resources and Administrative Officer
The ADT Corporation
Jennifer L. Grant
Vice President, Human Resources
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Kimberly S. Hauer
Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Caterpillar Inc.
Joseph C. High
Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer
W.W. Grainger, Inc.
Charles H. Hill
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Pfizer Inc.
Anne Hill
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer
Avery Dennison Corporation
Sunita Holzer
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Computer Sciences Corporation
Tim Huval
Chief Human Resources Officer
Humana Inc.
Mark R. James
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Honeywell International Inc.
Leslie W. Joyce
Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer
Novelis, Inc.
Paul J. Karre
Senior Vice President, HR and Communications
International Paper Company
Tracy Keogh
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Hewlett-Packard Company
Pamela O. Kimmet
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
Jay L. Kloosterboer
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Dover Corporation
Lawrence J. Krema
Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Operations
Simon Property Group
Angela S. Lalor
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Danaher Corporation
Denise Lynn
Senior Vice President –People
American Airlines Inc.
Neil E. Marchuk
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
TRW Automotive
Bill Mateikis
Senior Vice President, HR & Legal
Daikin McQuay Americas
William Matson
Chief Human Resource Officer
Analog Devices, Inc.
Teresa E. McCaslin
Executive Vice President –Chief Human Resources & Administrative Officer
Continental Grain Company
John McDevitt
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Labor Relations
United Parcel Service, Inc.
Eileen McGuire
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc.
Michael L. Meyer
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Ecolab, Inc.
Kenneth F. Meyers
SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer
Hospira, Inc.
MaryAnn Miller
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Avnet, Inc.
Jeffrey Mook
Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
21st Century Fox
Harold Morgan
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
White Lodging Corporation
John M. Murabito
Executive Vice President, Human Resources & Services
Cigna Corporation
Larry L. Myers
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
Daisy Ng
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Jed L. Norden
Senior Vice President Human Resources
The ServiceMaster Company
Susan C. Nutson
Senior Vice President –Human Resources
Saint-Gobain Corporation
Dermot J. O’Brien
Chief Human Resources Officer
Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
Walter M. Oliver
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration
General Dynamics Corporation
David A. Pace
Executive Vice President and Chief Resource Officer
Bloomin’ Brands Inc.
Jayne Parker
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
The Walt Disney Company
Kevin Pennington
Executive Vice President of Human Resources
Fiserv, Inc.
Cecile K. Perich
Senior Vice President Human Relations
McCormick & Company, Inc.
Susan P. Peters
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
General Electric Company
Mark A. Petrarca
Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Public Affairs
A. O. Smith Corporation
Debra Plousha Moore
Chief Human Resources Officer, Executive Vice President
Carolinas HealthCare System
Marc C. Reed
Chief Administrative Officer
Verizon Communications Inc.
John P. Reing
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
SRA International
David A. Rodriguez
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Marriott International, Inc.
Michael G. Rohret
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Sally A. Savoia
Vice President, Human Resources
Praxair, Inc.
Susan J. Schmitt
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Matthew W. Schuyler
Chief Human Resources Officer
Hilton Worldwide
Daniel S. Serbin
Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Jeffrey S. Shuman
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Quest Diagnostics Incorporated
John M. Steele
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
HCA Inc.
Larry E. Steward
Vice President, Human Resources
DTE Energy Company
Perry Stuckey
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Eastman Chemical Company
Susan M. Suver
Vice President, Human Resources
U.S. Steel Corporation
Mara E. Swan
Executive Vice President, Global Strategy and Talent
Jim M. Sweet
Chief Human Resources Officer
Newell Rubbermaid Inc.
Teresa J. Tanner
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Fifth Third Bank
Kurt J. Thomas
Vice President Human Resources
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation
Johnna G. Torsone
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Peter Vrijsen
Chief Human Resources Officer
Cargill, Incorporated
Sara Wade
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Express Scripts, Inc.
Sylvia R. Wagner
Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Development
Assurant, Inc.
Carole S. Watkins
Chief Human Resources Officer
Cardinal Health, Inc.
Robb Webb
Chief Human Resources Officer
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Thomas W. Weidenkopf
Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Aleris International, Inc.
Scott A. Weisberg
Chief People Officer
The Wendy’s Company
Kathleen Weslock
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Eileen G. Whelley
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
XL Global Services, Inc
21st Century Fox
A. O. Smith Corporation
ADT Corporation
AT&T Inc.
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Aleris International, Inc.
Allstate Insurance Company
Ally Financial Inc.
American Airlines Inc.
American Express Company
Analog Devices, Inc.
Archer Daniels Midland Company
Assurant, Inc.
Automatic Data Processing, Inc
Avaya, Inc.
Avnet, Inc.
Avery Dennison Corporation
BNSF Railway Company
Bloomin’ Brands Inc.
CVS Caremark Corporation
Cardinal Health, Inc.
Cargill, Incorporated
Carolinas HealthCare System
Caterpillar Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Cigna Corporation
Coco-Cola Company
Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
Continental Grain Company
DTE Energy Company
Daikin McQuay Americas
Danaher Corporation
Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Dover Corporation
Eastman Chemical Company
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
Ecolab, Inc.
Express Scripts, Inc.
Fifth Third Bank
Fiserv, Inc.
General Dynamics Corporation
General Electric Company
General Mills, Inc.
General Parts Inc.
HCA Inc.
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Harris Corporation
Hewlett-Packard Company
Hilton Worldwide
Honeywell International Inc.
Hospira, Inc.
Humana Inc.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Ingersoll Rand Company
Ingram Industries Inc.
International Paper Company
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Johnson & Johnson
Kiewit Corporation
Kronos Incorporated
Liberty Mutual Group, Inc.
MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc.
Marriott International, Inc.
Merck & Company, Inc.
McCormick & Company, Inc.
McDonald’s Corporation
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Newell Rubbermaid Inc.
Northwestern Mutual
Novelis, Inc.
Parker Hannifin Corporation
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Pfizer Inc.
Praxair, Inc.
Quest Diagnostics Incorporated
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
SRA International
Saint-Gobain Corporation
Sears Holdings Corporation
Shell Oil Company
Simon Property Group
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
TRW Automotive
Texas Instruments Incorporated
The Cheesecake Factory, Inc.
The Proctor & Gamble Company
The Service Master Company
The Walt Disney Company
The Williams Companies, Inc.
Tyco International
US Foods
USG Corporation
U.S. Steel Corporation
United Technologies Corporation
United Parcel Service, Inc.
Univar, Inc.
Verizon Communications Inc.
W.W. Grainger, Inc.
Wendy’s Company
Western Union
WESCO International
White Lodging Corporation
XL Global Services, Inc.6

So what is the danger of Amnesty? I have found a good article about that.

Like a married man preparing to cheat on his wife, the Republican Party is circling around amnesty while pretending not to, making excuses, professing love for its base and then when it thinks no one is looking, it makes a run for the open border.
Amnesty is a cheap date for Democrats and Republicans. For Democrats, it puts a lot of cheap votes on the table. The Democrats have been using immigrants as cheap votes before the invention of the telephone. And the Republicans justify their betrayal by convincing themselves that they can begin scoring 39 percent of the Hispanic vote in all their elections again without considering what 11 percent of 11 million will do to their margins in even the reddest red states.
Paul Ryan, who can do the math for everything else, loses his calculator when it comes to counting the impact of a population that is already a disproportionate drain on social services and enthusiastically supports big government spending,
But big business has always supported cheap labor, which is why the Republican establishment may spend 5 minutes at home with its base before heading back to D.C. for a lecture on how illegal alien amnesty will turn the economy around. Illegal alien amnesty is even more damaging to the voting base of the Democrats than of the Republicans, but that hasn’t stopped the AFL-CIO and the NAACP, organizations whose members will take a severe beating from an illegal alien amnesty, from selling out the people they claim to speak for and joining the amnesty parade.
Democratic and Republican Amnesty supporters, obsessed with feudal dreams of cheap nannies and field hands, despise their base. Democratic feudalists use the language of civil rights and Republican feudalists use the language of the free market, but both are just looking for excuses to cheat on their base with cheap labor and cheap votes.
After a decade, illegal alien amnesty that leads to citizenship and family reunification will kill the ability of the Republican Party to win national elections. But it will also kill the ability of black men under thirty to find a job. Black unemployment is already staggeringly high and throwing in millions of new low-skilled workers will make urban centers more blighted and dangerous than they are now.
But nobody in D.C. cares about that, even though many of the blighted neighborhoods are not all that far away from the gilded centers of power. Blight means cheaper votes for the Democrats and more fear among Republicans translating into political dividends for both parties whose rulers will stay behind their heavily policed islands of mansions and museums while the rest of the country burns.
Big government needs cheap voters. Big business needs cheap labor. Big government wants big business to pick up the tab for their cheap votes through higher taxes. Big business wants cheap labor without having to pay for their social welfare benefits. After the obligatory tug of war, like a man forcing his wife to pay the hotel bill for his mistress, the tab for the cheap votes and cheap labor will be dumped on the middle class which is being forced to fund its own destruction.
Cheap labor can lower the cost of production, but raises the cost of government. Cheap votes raise the cost of government and that raises the cost of production. Cheap labor cannot outrun the cost of cheap votes. Non-voting cheap labor is a social problem. Cheap votes are a political problem. Either way you end up with a welfare state and a police state combining into a nanny state. Either way the economy tanks and big government explodes.
The traditional American way out of this cycle was through the middle class, but that is less of an option now. Big government is still promising that a college degree will turn anyone into a member of the middle class, but that’s a myth meant to subsidize the government-academia complex which has dumped a huge burden of debt on the children of the middle class while handing out worthless degrees to all comers.
The debt is real, the jobs aren’t.
College degrees don’t create a middle class. Neither does the occasional tech boom out of Silicon Valley. The American middle class had three traditional gateways. Small business, manufacturing work and government jobs. Only government jobs are still booming and big government can’t hire everyone. The people it has hired have become a ticking time bomb of unfunded pensions that falls on the rest of the middle class.
The original middle class expanded itself. The new middle class is a government toll road paid for by the shrinking middle class. While the government talks about opportunity, what it is really doing is reducing the middle class to a taxpayer-subsidized bureaucratic caste that it must subsidize. It’s a pyramid scheme that becomes unsustainable and hides that fact by talking about taxing the rich.
Amnesty creates more “clients” for the government bureaucracy to oversee while making it harder for the lower class to make it up to the middle class outside the government’s toll road. It feeds in more cheap labor and cheap votes into the machine with the same old results.
Big government does not need a middle class. It needs a large underclass to exploit for cheap votes. Without the middle class it has no revenue, but like most parasites, it would rather kill the middle class and then die, than stop drinking the middle class dry even for a single decade.
Big business is less interested in the middle class these days. It has become comfortable marketing slave labor products to the lower class and higher end products to the upper class. America is just another market to it and it treats it much like it does China or Mexico, focusing on glutting appetites with no concern for the country that it does business in.
Amnesty is a declaration of war by big government and big business against the American middle class. It is a statement that they have no room for the middle class in their vision of the country.
The latest amnesty deal has goodies for everyone. There will be cheap tech labor for Silicon Valley, some of which will eventually try to blow up skyscrapers, bridges and tunnels. But we’ll pin a Green Card on them first and worry about the consequences later. There will be the promise of more border patrol officers, in the hopes of shutting up their labor union which has been rather vocal lately. And a guest worker program, which as any European country can tell you, is actually an immigrant program.
Is the United States hard up for cheap labor? Unemployment rates are staggering and the average legalized illegal alien is here as unskilled labor. Even if the United States had a shortage of unskilled labor, importing unskilled laborers in large numbers has disastrous results during an economic downturn when the jobs dry up.
The American ghetto was created when the northern urban manufacturing jobs imploded, first as the GIs returned from WW2 and then as manufacturing moved overseas. Europe imported cheap labor when times were good and then watched them build No Go Zones when the times became bad. Cheap labor brought back street riots to European capitals and turned burning cars into a national pastime. It also opened the door to a whole new generation of terrorists.
Unskilled labor can go two places. To the legal economy and the illegal economy. Not only does the United States have high unemployment, but Obama’s proposal of a minimum wage hike will make the bottom of the labor market even more blighted. If the employers of legalized illegals are exempt from ObamaCare, they will crowd out existing low wage laborers, also mostly minorities, and force them into surviving on government subsidies or working in the illegal economy. Probably both.
Either way unions looking to stem the illegal competition will still be stymied, but that is a problem for union members, not union bosses. The union bosses have decided that their interests lie in helping Democrats get ahead, no matter what. Their members may lose out but unions are dwindling anyway and turning toward a European model where they may not have large memberships, but they will enjoy guaranteed status in government contracts and on contractor boards. The unions will become a shell, but a very profitable shell, and they will continue to give the Democrats their small percentage of the white male non-college graduate vote.
The Democrats screw each part of their electorate separately, but balance it out with cheap goodies that seem like a prize in the short term. The Republicans back the cheap goodie giveaways and screw their own base collectively, and then belatedly wake up and begin asking who is going to pay for all the goodies. The answer is that the taxpayers will go on paying for it, directly and indirectly, as the economy continues being dismantled as a result of the destructive economic policies that have led to short term booms, but long term busts.
Both sides have a plan. The plan is to wait for the other side to collapse. The Democrats are waiting for the free market to collapse. The Republicans are waiting for big government to collapse.
Government overregulation is making life harder for big business, but that just means that manufacturing goes abroad and those same products are made by Chinese workers and exported to the United States. Big business service industries will outsource what they can and weather the rest. Companies that can put down millions in lobbying capital and even more hiring experts who were formerly employed by Federal agencies to help them navigate the new regulations have only so much to worry about. It’s small business that finds it nearly impossible to operate under those conditions.
Big government crafts overreaching regulations which big business fills with loopholes leaving behind a cage for small business. That describes ObamaCare and most of the regulatory state.
Big attracts big. Crony capitalism is a lot easier than actual capitalism. Why make bets when you can finance sure things with heaps of government money? America’s new elite looks a lot like Russia or China’s elite, an oligarchy that blends big government and big business, big bribes and big contracts.
The Chinese system makes up for its abuses by generating manufacturing jobs at a furious rate and expanding the middle class. Once it stops doing that, the whole system will probably crash, and half of China will turn into the rust belt, full of ex-farmers turned factory workers with no farms or factories to work at.
But the American system has become no better, tossing out technocratic gimmicks as meaningless sops to an economic disaster. In a State of the Union address, Obama promised to turn the rust belt into trading hubs full of 3D printers. He might as well have promised to hand out magic beans.
The Democrats did their part to destroy American industry and their liberal base makes reviving it impossible. Any plans to revive manufacturing in America are limited to Green Energy gimmicks.
Having killed the industries in their states Democratic state governments face hollow economies that are big on big government and empty of a tax base. But the shift of industries to red states is likely to turn them blue as populations fed on “gimme” rhetoric follow them in search of jobs leaving behind a scorched earth of welfare ghettos only to create new ones in their new location. The future still belongs to the Democrats, but it’s a short term future that will see them presiding over rubble and ruin; a hollow victory that makes them the Ozymandias of Detroit.
State governments that experience a boom are pressured to “invest” that money in education and the rest of the social welfare network that will become a sinkhole once the boom ends. And when the boom ends, then Texas is likely to become another California.
The ability to expand and sustain the middle class is what separate a failed state full of cheap labor and cheap votes from a nation. And that requires forward motion. America still has enough technical skill to create technological revolutions, but lacks the infrastructure to take advantage of them. The iPhone may have come out of America, but it’s built in China. Until that changes, America will not have a secure middle class.
The American worker has emerged as the collateral damage in the war between big government and big business. Amnesty for illegal aliens is the one area where both sides can agree on destroying the middle class.7


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