Dianne Feinstein Biography,Age and Tax Cuts

Dianne Feinstein Biography

Dianne Feinstein born Dianne Goldman Berman Feinstein is an American politician serving as the senior United State senator from Califonia.

On November 4, 1992, she took the Office. In 1978-1988 he was a member of the Democratic party and a Mayor of San Francisco.
In 1960 she worked in the city government, and in 1969. she was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.

In 1978 She served as the board’s first female president, during which time the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and City Supervisor Harvey Milk drew national attention.

She became the first woman to assume the position and succeeded in Moscone as Mayor of San Francisco. she led the renovation of the city’s cable car system, and oversaw the 1984 Democratic National Convention.

Dianne Feinstein Age|How Old Is Dianne Feinstein

She was born on June 22, 1933, in San Francisco, Califonia, United State. She is 85 years old.

Dianne Feinstein Height

She is 1.78 meters tall.

Dianne Feinstein Husband

Feinstein has been married three times. Her first husband was Jack Berman they got married in 1956 but three years later the divorced. The two had a daughter named Katherine Feinstein Mariano born on 1957.

In 1962 she got married to a second husband neurosurgeon Bertram Feinstein, who died of colon cancer in 1978. she then Feinstein married Richard C. Blum, in 1980.

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Dianne Feinstein  Kids

She has only one daughter known as Katherine Feinstein.

Dianne Feinstein Contact

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Dianne Feinstein Young

Feinstein was born Dianne Emiel Goldman in San Francisco, to Betty, a former model, and Leon Goldman, a surgeon.Feinstein’s paternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Poland.

Her maternal grandparents, the Rosenburg family, were from Saint Petersburg, Russia.While in German-Jewish ancestry, they practiced the Russian Orthodox faith, as was required for Jews residing in Saint Petersburg.

in 1951 She graduated from Convent of the Sacred Heart High School, San Francisco and from Stanford University in 1955 with a Bachelor of Arts

Dianne Feinstein Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $94 million.

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Hanson: The return of ancient prejudices

Sens. Dianne Feinstein, Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono have attacked judicial nominees on religious grounds.

In the latter half of the 19th century and early in the 20th century, as Catholic immigrants poured in from Ireland and eastern Europe, an anti-Catholic wave spread over a mostly Protestant the United States. The majority slur then was that Catholic newcomers’ first loyalty would be to “Rome,” not the U.S.

Anti-Semitism grew even more deeply rooted, marked by Ivy League quotas on Jewish applicants and exclusionary clauses against Jews in clubs and neighborhoods. It was no accident that the Ku Klux Klan often targeted Catholics and Jews as well as African-Americans.

In the late 19th century, with the influx of Japanese and Chinese immigrants arose the “yellow peril” scare, a racist distrust of supposedly workaholic automatons and unassimilable immigrants whose first loyalty was to their close-knit Asian communities and homelands, not the U.S.

Most of these injustices grew from both original prejudices (as evidenced by slavery) and fears of demographic change. An original population that was mostly British, Protestant and white gradually was augmented by people who were not northern European, often Catholic and increasingly non-white.

The stereotyped hatreds were battled by the melting-pot forces of assimilation, integration, and intermarriage. Civil rights legislation and broad education programs gradually convinced the country to judge all Americans on the content of their characters rather than the color of their skins or their religious beliefs. And over the last half-century, the effort to end institutional bias against African-Americans largely succeeded.

But recently, other ancient prejudices have been insidiously returning. And this time, the bias is more subtle, and it can be harder to address than traditional racism against non-white populations. The new venom, for example, is often spread by left-wing groups that claim victim status themselves and thus, by their logic, should not be seen as victimizers.

Progressive senators such as Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) have attacked judicial nominees on grounds that they are Catholic, apparently because the Catholic Church and its affiliates officially disprove of abortion and gay marriage.

Feinstein complained that one appeals court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, was a dubious choice because “the dogma lives loudly within you.” Hirono claimed that judicial nominee Brian Buescher was suspect because the Knights of Columbus held “extreme positions.” Harris whined that the public-service Catholic organization was an “all-male society comprised primarily of Catholic men.”

Recently, a number of newly elected congressional representatives — Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib — have voiced virulent anti-Israel bias that came off as anti-Semitic. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) compared Jewish settlers on the West Bank to “termites.” CNN pundit Marc Lamont Hill (who has since been fired) parroted the Hamas eliminationist slogan “Palestine from the river to the sea,” which is code for the destruction of the Jewish state.

Universities feel free to discriminate against Asian-Americans because their hard work and excellent preparation often leads to superb grades, test scores and application credentials. In other words, Asian-Americans supposedly distort progressive agendas of proportional representation, disparate impact, and diversity by overachieving and being overqualified — purportedly robbing spots from other minority applicants.

Asian-American achievement also disproves the old canard that prejudice makes it impossible to find parity in the United States.

What is behind the rebirth of these old prejudices? In short, new, evolving prejudices.

First, America seemingly no longer believes in striving to achieve a gender-blind, racially and religiously mixed society, but instead is becoming a nation in which tribal identity trumps all other considerations.

Second, such tribal identities are not considered to be equal. Doctrinaire identity politics is predicated on distancing itself from white males, Christians and other groups who traditionally have achieved professional success and therefore enjoyed inordinate “privilege.”

Third, purported victims insist that they themselves cannot be victimizers. So, they are freer to discriminate and stereotype to advance their careers or political interests on the basis of anything they find antithetical to their own ideologies.

The Democratic senators who questioned the morality of judicial nominees’ religion likely would not treat a Muslim nominee in the same manner — although one could make the argument that contemporary Islam has had as many or more problems with gender equity than Western Catholicism has.

Calling any other ethnic group other than Jews “termites” might have earned Rep. Johnson congressional censure. And if professional football and basketball franchises turned away talented but “over-represented” African-American athletes to ensure greater diversity in the same manner that universities now systematically discriminate against Asian-Americans, there would be a national outcry.

What once helped to diminish ancient prejudices was the American creed that no one had a right to discriminate against fellow citizens on the basis of race, gender, class or religion.

And what fuels the return of American bias is the new idea that citizens can disparage or discriminate against other groups if they claim victim status and do so for purportedly noble purposes.


Op-Ed: Senator Dianne Feinstein: President Trump’s Tax Cuts Punish California Families

Washington, Feb. 11, 2019—Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today released the following statement on the Stop the Attacks on Local Taxpayers Act, a bill she is cosponsoring to repeal the arbitrary cap placed on state and local tax deductions that went into effect last year to help pay for President Trump’s tax plan:

As middle-class families file their tax returns, the reality of President Trump’s tax cuts is starting to sink in. More and more hardworking Americans are realizing their taxes actually went up so that wealthy corporations and the richest Americans could receive a tax cut.
In 2017, to help pay for their tax bill, Republicans wiped out or capped many popular deductions for middle-class families. The loss of those deductions is now hurting many Americans filing for the first time under the new system.

Few places are feeling that pain more than California. Due to the cap on state and local taxes, an estimated 134,000 Californian households are being hit with a larger tax bill than the previous year under the president’s plan. California families who itemized their deductions claimed an average state and local tax deduction of $18,500 prior to the new tax law. That amount is now capped at $10,000 under the president’s plan.

Californians shouldn’t be taxed twice on the same income. Our common-sense legislation would fix that mistake by removing the cap for state and local taxes and restoring the pre-Trump tax rate for the top income bracket.

Middle-class Americans were sold a false bill of goods. They were promised a fairer tax system. Instead, they’re watching the rich get richer while they get stuck with the bill.