Harvard OKs campus kinky sex club

November 30, 2012

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“Kink on campus” — Another sign of societal degradation

The Harvard Crimson proudly announces official recognition of the Munch Club, one of 15 student organization that will be approved by the Committee on Student Life today. The organization is dedicated to “BDSM” — an acronym for Bondage, Discipline, Dominance/submission, and Sadomasochism, or as its hedonistic members call it, “kinky sex.”

Harvard’s motto Veritas (Latin for “truth”) has been shortened from its original motto, “Veritas pro Christo et ecclesia” (“Truth for Christ and his Church”).

The once venerable Harvard University, which bears the name of Puritan minister John Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States — established in 1636 and founded as a Christian college. Over a dozen U.S. Presidents beginning with George Washington have accepted honorary degrees from the university. Today they would no doubt be rolling over in their graves.

The campus statue honoring Rev. John Harvard depicts him with his right hand resting on an open bible.


Yuma, AZ hits new national unemployment high

November 30, 2012

Although Linda Valdez and her cohorts at the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) promote the idea of Mexico as a substantial trading partner and illegal aliens flooding border towns as America’s best hope for the future, the facts paint a much different picture.

The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics have once again placed the border communities of Yuma, Arizona and El Centro, California at the top of the nation’s highest unemployment list. When we wrote about the disastrous figures this past June, the numbers were lower than they are now.

In Yuma, for example, the unemployment rate for June was 28.1 percent. Now Yuma has topped that shameful rate by jumping even higher to 29.8 percent. October’s abysmal national unemployment rate of 7.9 percent — takes on a healthy glow next to El Centro and Yuma — which are more than three-and-a-half times the national rate.

What do these communities have in common? Both El Centro and Yuma are contiguous to one another and to the Mexican border. The staggering unemployment has nearly doubled in the Yuma area during the first term of Barack Obama’s presidency. In January 2009, when Obama was inaugurated, the Labor Department reported an unemployment rate in Yuma of 15.4 percent. Yet inexplicably, Hispanic voters rewarded him with 71 percent of their vote in the 2012 presidential election. 

Bismarck, North Dakota had the nation’s lowest unemployment rate at a mere 2.2 percent.

Check out the demographics for Yuma, El Centro and Bismarck.

 


JD Radio: Tonight 8:00 p.m.

November 29, 2012

Former AZ Congressman JD Hayworth will guest host on WPHT, Philadelphia tonight. Those of us who long for news minus a liberal bias, won’t want to miss this talk radio program.

LISTEN LIVE here from 8:00 -11:00 pm, MST and AZ Time.


AZ Gov. Brewer takes bold, opt-out action on ObamaCare

November 29, 2012

Connective liberal thread identifies those who lean toward socialized medicine

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 193-page opinion on the Affordable Care Act — ObamaCare — allows states to opt out of the law’s expansion of Medicaid, leaving each state’s decision to participate in the hands of the nation’s governors and state leaders. Arizona’s Gov. Jan Brewer took this decisive action yesterday. Her statement can be read here.

In this Nov. 29, letter to Gary Cohen, Director of the Office of Consumer information and Insurance Oversight of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Brewer explains her decision. To date, these are the stats:

In NOT PARTICIPATING, Arizona joins Republican governors in these 8 states:

Alabama: Gov. Robert Bentley (R) announced that Alabama will not participate in the Medicaid expansion “because we simply cannot afford it” (Montgomery Advertiser.

Georgia: Gov. Nathan Deal (R) said, “No, I do not have any intentions of expanding Medicaid. I think that is something our state cannot afford.” (Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Louisiana: Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) in an NBC “Meet the Press” interview said, “Every governor’s got two critical decisions to make. One is do we set up these exchanges? And, secondly, do we expand Medicaid? And, no, in Louisiana, we’re not doing either one of those things.”

Maine: Gov. Paul LePage (R) said that Maine will not participate in the Medicaid expansion. He called the expansion and the state-based insurance exchanges a “degradation of our nation’s premier health care system” (Kennebec Journal).

Mississippi: Gov. Phil Bryant (R) said Mississippi will not participate in the Medicaid expansion.. (Jackson Clarion-Ledger).

South Carolina: Gov. Nikki Haley (R) announced via Facebook that South Carolina “will NOT expand Medicaid, or participate in any health exchanges.”

Oklahoma: Gov. Mary Fallin (R) said “Oklahoma will not be participating in the Obama Administration’s proposed expansion of Medicaid.” She noted that the program would cost the state as much as $475 million over the next eight years (Tulsa World).

Texas: Gov. Rick Perry (R) issued this statement saying, “If anyone was in doubt, we in Texas have no intention to implement so-called state exchanges or to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare.” Perry also sent a letter to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on July 9 asserting this position. (Dallas Morning News).

The following 5 states are leaning toward NOT Participating:

Iowa: Gov. Terry Branstad (R) said that he expects to opt out of the expansion.

Nebraska: Gov. Dave Heineman (R) made his opposition clear in this statement.

Nevada: Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) indicates that he is leaning toward not expanding the state’s Medicaid program.

New Jersey: Gov. Chris Christie (R) said New Jersey has little room to expand Medicaid Newark Star-Ledger.

Virginia: Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) said he opposes expanding Medicaid, noting that he does not “believe the federal government can possibly deliver its commitment to fully fund the program, and I don’t want to be part of contributing trillions of dollars to the national debt.”

These 12 states and Washington, DC  ARE Participating:

Arkansas: Gov. Mike Beebe (D)

California: Gov. Jerry Brown (D)

Connecticut: Gov. Dannel Malloy (D)

Delaware: Gov. Jack Markell: Chair of the Democrat Governors Association.

District of Columbia: D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray (D)

Hawaii: Gov. Neil Abercrombie (D)

Illinois: Gov. Pat Quinn (D)

Maryland: Gov. Martin O’Malley (D)

Massachusetts: Gov. Deval Patrick (D)

Minnesota: Gov. Mark Dayton (D)

Rhode Island: Gov. Lincoln Chaffee (I)

Vermont:: Gov. Peter Shumlin (D)

WashingtonGov. Chris Gregoire (D)    

Get it?


Conservatives targeted in LD 28

November 29, 2012

Establishment “DeKookification” efforts underway 

If triteness rings your chimes, you might be among the handful of readers of Laurie Robert’s column in the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic).  Roberts frequently gives sycophantic coverage to a woman named Kathy Petsas, a RINO who coined the term  “DeKookification” to describe her efforts to rid the Republican party of …you guessed it…conservatives!

This past Tuesday evening, Petsas chaired the nominating committee for the statutory meeting of the precinct committeeman of Legislative District 28. As an integral part of her mission to ensure the defeat of grassroots conservatives, she put out this slate. Given the tone taken by Ms. Petsas, this glaring typo at the top of the page tells the whole story:

LD28 STATE COMMITTEEMEAN RELIABLE REPUBLICAN SLATE.

The district’s squish chairman Scott O’Connor, the son of retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, is part and parcel of the effort.

One longtime precinct committeeman wrote of his desire to “…ask Scott O’Connor why those of us who put forth effort for the Party are singled out as unworthy,” adding, “I’m honored to be in such a prestigious group with the former State Chairman and current Maricopa County Chairman!”

Among the conservatives Petsas singled out for dismissal were former State Chairman Randy Pullen and current Maricopa County Chairman Rob Haney, who has been twice elected as county chair by wide margins.

A committed establishment functionary, Petsas has brazenly reveled in her sham notoriety courtesy of columnist Roberts. It’s a big deal to Petsas, given that the district — the most liberal GOP LD in the state — has long been the home of Arizona’s two U.S. Senators, John McCain and Jon Kyl.

And soon-to-be-retired Sen. Jon Kyl?  If you think that this lowly election of state committeemen, who will in turn vote to elect internal state officers is far off his radar screen, you couldn’t be more mistaken.

Kyl, who has repeatedly asserted his opposition to the very primary endorsements he and John McCain hand out like candy, has been working overtime attempting to sell his endorsed slates of RINOs to commandeer the grassroots level precinct committeemen elections in all contested precincts. The importance of these elections is extremely relevant since it is the elected precinct committeemen who elect the party leadership. Here is the postcard Team Kyl has been mailing out in an effort to dilute the conservative base. 

Or as Petsas and Roberts would say, “DeKookify” the Arizona Republican Party.


Two lame duck senators, McCain aid Obama’s amnesty

November 28, 2012

Want to “get the ball rolling” on overhauling immigration system

Jon Kyl (R-AZ) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) have their boxes packed in their U.S. Senate offices as they retire. Before switching off their office lights for the last time, they have nothing to lose working hand-in-glove with Obama. Señor Juan McAmnesty still has four years left on his term though he has never cared about his constituents, in any event. The pre-election lies of McCain and Kyl (ads) are notorious. Their complete disregard for Republican grassroots activists is contemptible.

Hutchison and Kyl have partnered to introduce the ACHIEVE Act, which they tout as an alternative to the failed DREAM Act.  Its ultimate goal is the same — to give the gift of legal status to children who were brought into the country illegally by their alien parents.

“We are introducing this legislation that is not dissimilar from what the president has done de facto, which is a way of righting the situation but doing it in the right way,” said Kyl, referring to Obama’s pre-election decision to halt deportations. “We have to get this ball rolling,” Kyl announced at a news conference Tuesday.

The ACHIEVE Act would legalize the illegals in three steps. First, they would receive a visa to attend school or enlist in the military. Then they could apply for a work visa once they graduated or committed to military service. The final phase would grant access to a permanent visa that, according to Kyl, would not provide a “special pathway to citizenship“.…yet.

Their actions have garnered editorial praise in this morning’s open borders Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) and emboldened its amnesty head cheerleader Linda Valdez to call for the state legislature to repeal Arizona’s nationally copied SB1070.

The idea that this bill would in any way restrain illegal immigration is preposterous. This costly legislation encourages rather than depresses further illegal immigration.

Hutchison and Kyl said they’ve briefed their successors — Republicans Ted Cruz (TX) and Jeff Flake (AZ) – on the ACHIEVE Act, hoping the newly elected senators could help lead efforts to pass the bill in the next Congress. While in the House, Flake has long been a strident backer of amnesty provisions In this 2010 Press Release, trying to walk a fine line between the image presented to his then-CD 6 mostly conservative constituents and his allegiance to amnesty, he opined that “comprehensive immigration reform” didn’t go far enough. Look for him to be a key player in efforts to overhaul national immigration laws. Like the DREAM and STRIVE Acts before it, the ACHIEVE measure is sure to win applause from the racist La Raza.

In its simplest form, think of it as state-subsidized lawbreaking — rewarding illegal aliens for violating federal immigration laws. For one thing, the premise of children being hapless victims of the illegality of their parents is shot full of holes. There is no way to verify if Jose came here in the arms of his mother 20 years ago or crossed the border last week. This latest amnesty scheme merely encourage more illegal immigration by sending the message that the U.S. doesn’t take its own laws seriously. The DREAM Act provided younger illegals the ability to sponsor their immediate family members. While current law prohibits sponsorship of illegals living in the U.S., the legislation (which we were unable to locate) leaves open the likelihood that they could, through falsified documents or other means, sponsor their parents who are in the U.S. illegally — creating an even larger amnesty.

However, the illegals, sympathetically called “dreamers” by the liberal media, have rejected the new plan, calling it too “watered down.”

The Department of Homeland Security recently launched this website designed to advertise citizen funded welfare and entitlement benefits to both legal and illegal aliens. The insanity goes on.


Arpaio’s win doesn’t count for much at AZ Republic

November 27, 2012

Laurie Roberts is breaking a sweat today, railing against Joe Arpaio’s latest election victory. It wasn’t enough to suit the sanctimonious columnist struggling to hold on to her post at the shriveling Arizona República newspaper. It clearly nettles her that Arpaio, first elected as Maricopa County Sheriff in 1992 is embarking on an unprecedented — actually historical — sixth four-year term.

Roberts says his triumph at the polls, beating out the newspaper’s endorsed candidate, Paul Penzone, wasn’t “a mandate.”  In fact, she calls it “a warning,” concluding with the hilarious caution that “2016 isn’t that far off.”

It’s a good bet Arpaio’s job is more secure than hers.

Arpaio’s career in law enforcement is unmatched by any Arizona sheriff or police chief. After serving in the U.S. Army, he was a police officer in both Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas, Nevada.  He then went on to build a federal law enforcement career and a reputation for fighting crime and drug trafficking around the world — first as a federal narcotics agent, establishing a stellar record in infiltrating drug organizations from Turkey to the Middle East to Mexico, Central, and South America to cities around the U.S. His expertise and success led him to top management positions around the world with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration — where he concluded his remarkable federal career as head of the DEA for Arizona, before running for sheriff. 

Arpaio is one smart guy.  That’s why following his advice makes sense:


McCain chides GOP on abortion: “Leave the issue alone”

November 27, 2012

Hypocrite McCain declares Republicans need a “bigger tent”

During Chris Wallace’s Fox News’ Sunday interview with John McCain as the two recapped the presidential election results, Wallace suggested the Republican Party might need to broaden its appeal to Hispanics and unmarried women. McCain’s response:

“I think we have to have a bigger tent, there’s no doubt about it,” McCain said. “Obviously, we have to do immigration reform. There is no doubt whatsoever that the demographics are not on our side and we’re going to have to give a much more positive agenda. It can’t be just being against the Democrats and against Harry Reid and against Obama. You’ve got to be for things. And we have to give them something like the [1994] Contract with America that we gave them some years ago.”

And as far as young women are concerned, absolutely — I don’t think anybody like me, I can state my position on abortion, but, other than that, leave the issue alone when we are in the kind of economic situation and, frankly, national security situation we’re in, said McCain.

“I would allow people to have those opinions and respect those opinions,” McCain stated. “I’m proud of my pro-life position and record. But if someone disagrees with me, I respect your views.”

The entire interview text can be read here. Listen to McCain’s words here.

This laissez-faire attitude on something as fundamental as sanctity of life may shock some who have believed John McCain’s hollow rhetoric about his commitment to being pro-life.  But his words are nothing new. Here is McCain back in 1999, calling abortion “an unpleasant and terrible procedure,” while opining that the Republican Party should go back to the [pre-Ronald Reagan pro-life plank] Republican Platform of 1980 and ’84.

“I want us to be a party of inclusion.  Whether we are pro-choice or pro-life we share the same goal and that is the elimination of abortion, which McCain termed, “an unpleasant and terrible procedure.”


JD Radio: Hayworth guest hosts for Huckabee today

November 27, 2012

You can hear “Recovering Congressman” J.D. Hayworth today as he guest hosts for Mike Huckabee on the former Arkansas Governor’s nationally syndicated radio program.

LISTEN LIVE from 10:00 am -1:00 pm at KSFO.
…or listen via tape delay from 1:00 -3:00 pm locally on your radio dial at
1100AM – KFNX.


Illegals paying transporters claim they aren’t co-conspirators

November 26, 2012

A criminal? Who me? I’m a victim!

On its face, the concept of advocating on behalf of illegal aliens breaking into our country is bizarre. The United States has a generous, legal route to attain citizenship. Although the issue is routinely mischaracterized in the local press as cracking down on “immigrants,” there is a vast difference between those who enter legally and others who break in. Think of it as opening your door to welcome guests as opposed to having the door broken in and your home invaded.

Yet illicit entry is exactly what is being defended by Hispanic advocacy groups, deceptively calling themselves “immigrant rights advocates.” 

The issue is Arizona’s 2005 law banning human smuggling, which specifies that illegals who pay coyotes to transport them into the United States can be criminally charged as co-conspirators. The going rate paid to enter varies between $2,000 – $6,000 per illegal.

Back in July 2008, we wrote that the Arizona Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of an illegal alien prosecuted as a co-conspirator under the state’s human-smuggling law. The court found the law’s wording to be clear and unambiguous — illegals can be convicted for conspiracy to smuggle themselves into the country. Read the Court’s opinion here affirming the appellant’s previous conviction and sentence in Superior Court.

Seventy-five percent of those charged under the smuggling statute in Maricopa County since its 2008 imposition have been charged with conspiring to sneak themselves into the country.

Now illegal advocates are threatening to bring a lawsuit seeking to bar such conspiracy prosecutions.  Advocates for illegals are seeking class-action status that would let any person charged with conspiracy under the smuggling law join in the case.

Stay tuned.

In the meantime, for assistance in reading between the lines, we direct you to our popular post, Lingo.


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