JD Back to DC!

JD Hayworth returns to Washington, Thursday & Friday morning, as he guest hosts for Chris Plante on WMAL Radio.

You can hear JD from 7:00 -10:00 am, Arizona time.
Listen live HERE.

11 Responses to JD Back to DC!

  1. Sgt. Preston says:

    Glad to get this notice! It’s a sure bet I’ll be tuned in to JD in the morning!! Thanx SRAZ.

  2. eubykdisop says:

    There currently is no article about this but since I think it is critically important to the future of Arizona, I’m posting it here.

    “Texas decides to rein in ‘liberal’ curriculum”

    “Lawmakers insisting on state oversight of online teaching plan”

    “by John Griffing”

    “Twenty-five state representatives now have signed onto a proposed oversight statute that would target CSCOPE, the online system that set up firewalls and passwords so that parents would not be able to see the curriculum.”

    “Texas lawmakers have decided they want to rein in a controversial public school curriculum content and management system that at one point taught “Allah is God.”


    The Goldwater Institute has been pushing for “online learning” for a long time and I have been vigorously opposing it for equally as long. The issues I have repeatedly raised are that it is too easy for children to be subject to Liberal propaganda by cirriculum vendors and that it is too difficult for parents to monitor what their children are being exposed to at school on their computers. The precise concerns I have had have become a reality in Texas and now state legislators are trying to fix things after the fact.

    Let’s learn from the experience of Texas rather than making exactly the same mistake here in Arizona!

    • CD9 says:

      I know the Goldwater Institute has done many good things for us, but they are a Libertarian Organization and are very socially liberal. Opps did not Jeff McFlake ran that place?

      • eubykdisop says:

        Hi, CD9!

        Yup, Jeff Flake was Executive Director of the Goldwater Institute for a period of time. That tells us all we need to know about the Goldwater Institute, LOL! ;-)

  3. eubykdisop says:

    I’m going to drop this one in here too…

    “Napolitano says border is secure, conditional legalization unnecessary”

    “Wednesday, February 6, 2013, 1:48 PM EST”

    “After a brief review of border security operations in California and Texas, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the border is secure and questioned Republican lawmakers’ insistence on making amnesty conditional on more border security.”


    So Republicans have for decades been insisting upon securing the border BEFORE any discussion of “comprehensive immigration reform”. Now, the “Gang of 8” is talking about passing “comprehensive immigration reform” legislation which contains provisions for securing the border. But Nappy tells us that the border is ALREADY secure, LOL! Notice that Nappy reviewed border security operations in California and Texas but NOT in Arizona! Wonder why that is? Hmmm…

    • Attila The Hunny says:

      The topic is JD Haworth’s morning radio shows. Since your comment is about the border, it’s worth reminding you and the other readers that JD has written an excellent book on the subject of border security. It’s called “Whatever It Takes: Illegal Immigration, Border Security, and the War on Terror.”

      I highly recommend it. Buy a couple of copies. Keep one and send one to the duo known as Jeff McFlake. They might learn something.

      • eubykdisop says:

        I like your posts, Attila The Hunny, but you can relax regarding “the topic”. The purpose of SRAZ is to inform Conservatives about timely issues of concern to us. If something comes up which seems important, I’ll try to work it in where I can.

        SRAZ can’t monitor all issues all the time nor can they write an article on every one of them. That would take a full time staff. In addition, there is no means of contacting SRAZ other than posting a comment. If there were, I would have availed myself of it.

        I posted “off topic” here because the notices about JD typically don’t generate a lot of comments or discussion. They are basically notices and not issues.

        My intent is to be helpful to SRAZ in accomplishing their stated purpose. The overall goal seems more important to me than a rigid adherence to staying “on topic”. Certainly, what I have posted doesn’t take anything away from JD. If SRAZ has an objection they would or could delete what I have posted. Thus far, they have not chosen to do that.

        If you want me to praise JD, you’ve got it! Yes, I did volunteer and make a contribution when he mounted his campaign for U. S. Senator from Arizona. Do you think I would pass up an opportunity to replace McCain with JD? Not on your life!

  4. CD9 says:

    Euby, you said it all. I still think of how nice it would be if JD was our Senator, Ok Ok, I am a dreamer. And yes I also volunteered and gave bux to JD. It was hard over coming that 22 million bux, Mc#$%^&$%^& must be embarassed it too him that much money to try and ruin JD

    Will listen today.

    • eubykdisop says:

      It took a lot of courage for JD to go up against McCain and that will forever be a feather in JD’s cap. Everyone else was too chicken or too willing to quit before even trying. Hey, at least he forced McCain to dump all of that money!

      • Frankly Speaking says:

        Yes. And JD was within 5 percentage points of McCain from the onset of the race. It was glorious! The terrified McCain then dumped nearly $30 million into his campaign and used every contrivance, including a perfectly legitimate infomercial in which other former members of congress have appeared, to bring down JD. McCain surrogates were also rumored to have been lending a hand to the despicable dweeb Jimmie Lee Deakin, who entered the race as a vote-siphoning spoiler. JD Hayworth can run circles around McCain in areas of integrity and intelligence. Whenever I have the opportunity to listen to his guest hosting, I make it a point to do so. He’s bright, witty and knowledgeable.

        Never underestimate the power of the incumbency. That’s why I fear we’re stuck with The Flake.

      • eubykdisop says:

        Well said, Frankly Speaking!

        Life is inherently uncertain. The good thing about that is that you never know when or how the status quo might very suddenly be shaken up by unpredictable events. In addition, if things get too out of hand, God may directly interevene.

        I have never found a reason to either give up hope or to surrender to circumstances. A relentlessly positive attitude and a determined will can accomplish much of what is generally thought to be “impossible”! ;-)