Brett Kavanaugh: 2018’s version of Clarence Thomas

September 17, 2018

NARAL, the acronym for National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, is a key leftist player in the attempt to keep Judge Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court. The group that equates the death of reborn human babies with “choice,” has issued a statement saying the claim of a woman, suddenly coming forth with assault charges against a-then-high-school-age Kavanaugh “must be believed.” Not only that, but she is ”incredibly brave to do so. and must be treated with the respect and dignity that all survivors deserve.”

His accuser is a professor who initially made the charges anonymously and is now reveling in the spotlight. In 1991 Justice Clarence Thomas, also a conservative judicial nominee, was put through the same offensive sexual harassment wringer by Anita Hill, a woman’s studies and law professor who continued to have a working relationship with him, long before hurling the charges.

Judge Kavanaugh, 56, whose credentials are impeccable, has been a Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since 2006. Previously, he served for as Senior Associate Counsel and Associate Counsel to President George W. Bush. In the course of his career, he has been vetted six times with no allegations of misconduct surfacing. But those jobs weren’t on the nation’s highest court where liberals desire control.

In the wake of the “Me too” movement, allegations now carry the weight of fact. Men can be discredited without proof, losing their careers, reputations and sometimes, their families. But those are of little consequence when juxtaposed against the ever looming issue of the right to kill — babies. Nothing is so sacred as this go-to-the-mat matter.

Justice Clarence Thomas, the second black on the high court, who had the temerity to be a Republican, described his contemptible hearing in these words:

“This is not an opportunity to talk about difficult matters privately or in a closed environment. This is a circus. It’s a national disgrace. And from my standpoint, as a black American, it is a high-tech lynching for uppity blacks who in any way deign to think for themselves, to do for themselves, to have different ideas, and it is a message that unless you kowtow to an old order, this is what will happen to you. You will be lynched, destroyed, caricatured by a committee of the U.S. Senate rather than hung from a tree.”

Kavanaugh will be put through the same garish spectacle because the radical left can’t abide another Republican on the Supreme Court. They and their allies will oppose him with all of the vigor they can muster. 

Anita Hill had Janet Napolitano, a radical Arizonans know all too well, as her lead lawyer. Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser will have Senate Judiciary Committee members Kamala Harris, Lindsey Graham, Cory Booker and Jeff Flake working to take him down. Trump-hating showboater Flake, a lame duck soon to be out the senate door, has already called for delaying the vote until they hear from Kavanaugh’s previously silent accuser.

Judge Kavanaugh issued this statement today:

“This is a completely false allegation. I have never done anything like what the accuser describes — to her or to anyone. Because this never happened, I had no idea who was making this accusation until she identified herself yesterday.” He stated he would speak to the Judiciary panel “in any way the committee deems appropriate” in order to “defend my integrity.”

 

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Diversity: Our strength or demise?

September 16, 2018

Hyphenated Americans display dual allegiances, lack full commitment to the United States

Today SRAZ is taking Patrick J. Buchanan up on his invitation to share his columns.  It was difficult choosing which one to use, but because we are Tucker Carlson fans, the decision went in favor of his displaying the temerity to inquire of the left, “How, precisely, is diversity our strength? Since you’ve made this our new national motto, please be specific.”

The question was raised after he played clips of Democrat politicians reciting what has become an fundamental ‘truth’ of modern liberalism.

You’ll findThe Unpardonable Heresy of Tucker Carlson,” to be worthy of your time and attention.

This video excerpt of Tucker Carlson’s show features startling demographic numbers. In 1990, the small community of Storm Lake, Iowa had a mere 1.1% foreign born population. Today over half of the residents don’t speak English at home.

Carlson interviews U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, (R-PA), the former mayor of Hazelton, Pennsylvania.  In 2000, less than 2% of the population was Hispanic. Today, fewer than 20 years later, Hazelton is majority Hispanic, thanks to mass illegal immigration.

Hamtramck, Michigan had two Bangladeshi residents in 1990. Today the city is majority Muslim.  

Diversity is obviously not our strength, since we see it overpowering the predominant culture without any input from the citizens whose families have resided in these communities for generations — many with immigrant family roots themselves.  The difference lies in the fact that previous generations of immigrants came to the U.S. legally, processed through Ellis Island (from 1892 – 1954), and were grateful for the opportunity to be Americans. They learned English, prioritized education for their children and accepted our nation’s history as their own. That adaptation was known as Americanization — unfortunately a passé concept today.


AZ Republic policy: There’s no news like old news

September 15, 2018

Children separated from illegal alien parents is routinely recrafted as part of propaganda war against President Trump

We’re all familiar with the adages, “There’s no business like show business,” extolling life onstage, or “There’s no place like home.” All Dorothy had to do was click the heels of her ruby slippers, and she and her dog, Toto, would be instantly transported out of Oz and back to Auntie Em’s farm in Kansas.

The “Oz” for the declining number of Arizonans who still read the local newspaper is not “somewhere over the rainbow,” but in a mind boggling pro-illegal alien echo chamber.

With John McCain finally put to rest after a record-breaking, multi-location, week-long funeral, and the General Election weeks away, the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) newspaper has reverted to its go-to front page story.  Facts are of little consequence, as the headline blasts, “More than 60 separated kids still in Arizona.” 

Buried in the article on page 6 is a quote from an ACLU lawyer, acknowledging that many illegal alien parents voluntarily opt to abandon their children in the U.S. to pursue asylum while they return home.  He calls it a “brutal decision.” It’s also an extremely crafty one, since the children will eventually be able to bring their parents in under a bizarre construct known as family reunification which is part of a scheme called,chain migration.”

The Heritage Foundation presents the facts in an enlightening report, “Who’s Responsible for Separating Alien Kids From Their Parents? Many People, but Not Trump.” If you read nothing else today, read this. It will take only 6 minutes and is guaranteed to make you more knowledgeable.

Bear in mind that American children are routinely separated from their citizen mothers or fathers every day as lawbreaking parents charged with crimes are jailed. If found guilty, they are imprisoned for extended periods. Their children are not incarcerated with them. This is a consequence of committing crime.


Jeff Flake’s predictably outrageous oratorical spew

September 14, 2018

During a senate floor speech, in a fit of pompous presumptuousness — on which nearly out-the-door Jeff Flake has cornered the market — he uses the phrase, “At the risk of being presumptuous.”  This serves as the first clue that the Trump-bashing, low intellect Republican poser is off on another insufferable tirade aimed at President Trump. Breitbart carries a partial transcript of his Wednesday speech in which he called on his GOP colleagues to speak out against President Donald Trump’s threats to “democratic institutions,” adding, “if we say nothing then we’ve become accomplices with the destruction of these democratic norms.” If you’re inclined to read it, do so on an empty stomach.

This has been the modus operandi of lame-duck Flake, who opted not to run for a second senate term when state-wide polling showed him with a feeble 18 percent approval rating. No doubt the arrogant Flake initially thought his eyes were deceiving him and the numbers were a transposed 81 percent. His staff should have let him labor under that misguided notion. It would have been entertaining to see him kicked to the curb rather than hightailing it.

Flake, a man with no constituency, is relegated to saber-rattling at the man who stunningly achieved what Flake’s McMentor tried and failed at twice.

President Trump is unconventional, a trait that resonated with the Americans who put him in office. He is also an accomplished businessman who has brought his unique perspective, negotiating skills and ingenuity directly to the American people, lowering taxes, while creating the best economy and job market in decades. The president is a respected no-nonsense leader on the world stage opening unprecedented dialogues on denuclearization with Chinese and North Korean despots.

Outside of a career swilling at the public trough, Flake was a registered foreign agent for an African uranium mining company with ties to Iran, a fact he tried to conceal when initially running for the U.S. House of Representatives from his East Valley base.  Even then his word was worthless, as he reneged on his-self imposed term limit promise. When called out on his deception, he assumed his go-to absurd grin and told a rare truth, as he acknowledged, “I lied.”

Arizona deserves better than a preening, pathetic poseur with a mental acumen akin to the cattle grazing on his ancestral ranch in Northern Arizona. And like the livestock on that ranch, his crooked snout is always planted firmly in the trough of excessive egoism and self-indulgent posturing.

It’s tempting to dismiss Jeff Flake a “useful idiot,” but he is useful to no one — especially not the people of the Grand Canyon State.

Here’s the Flake caught on an open mic laughingly mocking the Republican party as “toast.” He got it wrong. It’s the not-so-slick trickster Flake who’s toast.


McCain kin cash in after week-long funeral extravaganza

September 13, 2018

Real money to taxpayers, “spare change” to McCain’s

Raising the blood pressure of our valued readers is not something we choose to do. But be forewarned, that will likely be a risky side effect when you read this BizPac Review article titled, “John McCain’s family gets hefty taxpayer-funded ‘death gratuity’ after week-long funeral extravaganza.”

The article, by Samantha Chang, which we urge you to read, ends with this plea:

Patriots, please vote on November 6.* President Trump is battling the media, billionaire mega-donors like George Soros, Hollywood, RINOS, and the entire Democratic Party.

The stakes have never been higher, and America’s future depends on your vote.

Truer words are rarely spoken. This might well be the most important midterm election of our lifetime. Rally behind the Republicans, even if they aren’t the ones you supported in the Primary. Grudges get heavier the longer they’re carried. Meanwhile the Democrats win.

 

* Polling places will be open November 06, 2018. 

Early ballots will be mailed on October 10, 2018. Questions? Call AZ Secretary Of State’s Election’s Division: 602-542-8683.


AZ Republic’s Robb grovels, earns his pay on AZ Senate race

September 12, 2018

The choice, according to sellout Robert Robb, is “capable right or capable left”

There was a time when the local newspaper actually had an op-ed page with conservative views regularly expressed. Columnists Thomas Sowell and Michelle Malkin were among those who provided a solid voice of balance. Publisher Eugene Pulliam was a staunch conservative, as was longtime top editor, Frederic S. “Fritz” Marquardt.

Those days are long gone. The editorial pages are presided over by Phil Boas, who savaged his own father-in-law, former Sheriff Joe Arpaio out of office in favor of a wife-beating Democrat.

The best Arizona Republic readers have as a voice of opposition is Libertarian-minded Robert Robb. But he still has to earn his keep and rarely veers too far off the liberal path.

Today he proves his allegiance to those who sign his paycheck with an opinion piece titled, “Ariz. Has 2 good choices for senate.”

Robb, states the two, Republican Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema are models of Jon Kyl and Dennis DeConcini, respectively.

Then tossing integrity aside, after acknowledging her “radical past”  in favor of toadyism, Robb actually describes Sinema using these words, “Her brand of cheerful politics would wear well in a chamber in which personal relationships matter more.”

Is this the example of cheerful politics he has in mind?

Sinema’s foul-mouthed deprecation of stay-at-home Moms was included in our July 2018 post, “Kyrsten Sinema’s devious metamorphosis — Political chameleon works to dupe voters.” With a crucial U.S. Senate election around the corner — early ballots will be mailed Oct. 10 and polls will be open Election Day Nov. 6, 2018 —we urge our readers to read the entire, fact filled exposé.

An atheist with Communist leanings who refused to take her oath of office on the Bible and an admitted bi-sexual, who was an early supporter of same-sex marriage, she mockingly blasted women who devote themselves to their families rather than working outside the home as “leeches.” Her foul-mouthed comment was:

“These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they’re choosing to live that life. That’s bulls**t. I mean, what the f**k are we really talking about here?” Following the spirit of unity Sinema now claims to embrace, she derided conservatives as “Neanderthals.”

 Robb’s concept of “cheerfulness” doesn’t qualify as mainstream.

Don’r be fooled. On her worst day, Martha McSally would be preferable to Kyrsten Sinema on her best. The Primary is over and our choice is clear.


Commemorating Sept. 11, 2001: Teach your children the truth

September 11, 2018

 

Politically correct schools are not teaching about this carnage

Today marks the 17th year since 2,973 people were murdered by terrorists who commandeered two commercial airliners and flew them into the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York City. Another airliner crashed into the Pentagon. The death toll includes 40 passengers and crew members aboard the fourth hijacked plane, United 93, which crashed in a field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, as courageous passengers rushed the cockpit.

 Along with our American citizens, people from 90 other countries were viciously slaughtered in the attacks committed by Islamo-fascist extremists.

These monsters,* here on easily exploitable foreign student visas, were able to commit this evil against Americans on our own soil because our government deplorably failed to enforce our borders, laws, and national sovereignty. This malfeasance has continued. Only President Trump, who ran and was elected on his commitment to a border wall, has  made this issue a resonating theme.

Far-left AZ Democrat David Garcia is currently campaigning for governor on his opposition to both a wall and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which he has stated his intent to dismantle.

In these times where striking unionist teachers walk out on over 800,000 Arizona students for a week, the obligation falls on parents and grandparents to teach the facts of September 11th. They are not getting this important information in school. It doesn’t fit the left’s ‘celebration of diversity’ playbook and focus on “Islamophobia.”

Yet even left-of-center NPR acknowledges, according to one survey, only about 20 states include anything in depth about the events of that fateful day in their high school social studies curriculum. And when they are taught, it’s often through a narrow lens. Education Week an educrat publication headlines: “Majority of States’ Standards Don’t Mention 9/11.”

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum can be seen here It’s Teach + Learn pages are critically important since too many young adults today are abysmally lacking basic information about the single deadliest incident in the history of the United States.

Philosopher George Santayana is noted for saying, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Today’s PC educrats reject his wisdom.

 *H/T Creeping Shiria depicts the murderous Muslim extremists, referring to the barbarous hijackers as the “Magnificent 19.”