AZ Gov candidate Kari Lake’s impact causes fear to explode on left

October 31, 2022

Since its 1987 inception, Media Research Center’s Newsbusters, has billed itself as ‘America’s Media Watchdog.’  It has outdone itself covering Sunday’s NBC’s Meet the Press. Anchor Chuck Todd — whose far left bias was exposed by LifeZette — candidly admitted his fear that runaway inflation will…take a deep breath…“Elect Republicans like Kari Lake nationwide.” Trump-endorsed Kari Lake, a former network news-anchor and Arizona’s Republican candidate for governor, obviously is causing heartburn on the left. Vacuous Katie Hobbs, the democrat running against Kari Lake, refused to debate Lake in the traditional televised Clean Elections forum that has been a staple of statewide Arizona elections for years.

NBC’s Todd is openly distressed over the likely scenario that the pain and suffering felt by Americans emanating from the rampant inflation caused by the Biden regime’s frenzied economic policies will cause voters to sweep Republicans like Kari Lake into office across the nation. Todd expressed his fear to New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, a Republican, who focused on what should be done in Congress next year to solve the mounting problems in the United States.

Read the complete Newbusters article by Kevin Tober, which provides a crucial insight into the visceral fear that is driving the left as Election Day nears. 


Missing Michelle Malkin already

October 30, 2022

We all gain our inspiration from admired sources. The nine Muses, daughters of ancient Greeks Zeus and Mnemosyne, are credited as personifications of the arts, writing and knowledge. A more recent inspiration was born in Pennsylvania to Filipino legal immigrant parents — a doctor and a teacher. Michelle Malkin, a conservative columnist and blogger, author of seven books, and a frequent Fox News contributor until she was deemed too conservative for the network widely regarded as conservative. She finally quit, joining Newsmax TV. American Thinker’s Peter Barry Chowka’s July 20, 2020 report was headlined, “Michelle Malkin beaten by BLM thugs and prevented from speaking at Denver pro-police rally.”

Never one to mince words, Malkin has been a reliable voice for conservatism. In 2019, she took heat for criticizing the “ghost” of the late Sen. John McCain stating: “Congress has repeatedly mandated a nationwide visa entry-exit system to track legal short-term visa holders. But one has yet to be built—even in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which were perpetrated in part by several illegal alien visa overstayers. E-verify has been stalled. Sanctuary cities metastasized. And BOTH parties are to blame – yeah I’m looking at you, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, the Bush family, Mitt Romney and the ghost of John McCain.”

Arizona conservatives knew McCain as a marginal man and pro-illegal alien zealot who arrogantly created his own funeral “guest list” pointedly omitting President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, though Barack Obama was tapped to give a eulogy. McCain apparently reached untouchable sainthood status following three funerals in Phoenix, Arizona, Washington, DC, and Annapolis, Maryland.

CNS News delivers the disappointing news that Michelle Malkin is calling it quits — hopefully just for a breather. Read her commentary, Michelle Malkin Signs Off: ‘An Ending, but Not the End.’

To remember what we will be missing, read her exceptional tribute to conservative Tom Tancredo, a former member of congress from her home state of Colorado, correctly identified by Malkin “as one of the three modern leaders standing as the pillars of the America First movement: Pat Buchanan, Tom Tancredo and Donald Trump.”

Biden has raisins for brans…er…brains

October 29, 2022

H/T: RNC Research

AZ Gov’s race: Trump-endorsed Kari Lake takes lead over leftist Hobbs

October 28, 2022

Real Clear Politics aggregated polling in the Arizona governor’s race shows Republican Kari Lake leading democrat Katie Hobbs, though by a mere 3.2 percent. Hobbs irreparably damaged herself after refusing to participate in the KAET/PBS Clean Elections debate, a longstanding tradition for statewide candidates. Hobbs put her petulance and fear on full display, not instilling confidence in voters, who want more information — not less — about candidates in general, but especially in those who want to inspire trust in their abilities to lead the state of Arizona and fulfill these Constitutionally enumerated duties.

Fox News has Kari Lake with an 11-point advantage with a 54 to 43 showing, in the nation’s sixth largest state. Take nothing for granted. Each of our votes are crucial in ensuring Arizona remains a red state.

More election fakery from leftwing Arizona newspaper

October 27, 2022

The far-left local newspaper is having a tough time convincing its diminishing reader base that voting democrat is the route to election victory. Featuring headed-for-retirement reporter Mary Jo Pitzl, the iffy front page headline reads, “Some in GOP are backing dems.”

It’s a pathetic ruse dredging up former state legislator (elected in 1997) and gay rights activist Steve May along with disreputable Mesa Mayor John Gileswho was censured by the Arizona Republican Party over his endorsement of Mark Kelly in the 2022 U.S. Senate election — as crossover voters supporting democrats. Its aim is to persuade Arizona voters that voting for Biden backers makes sense. Pitzl fails miserably due to the fact that her message is fatally flawed. To give heft to her view, she consulted with campaign strategists whose views mirror their paying clients. It’s foolishness personified. 

Kelli Ward, chairwoman of the AZ GOP, characterized these Republicrats as RINOs. She correctly identified them as having lost elections, donated to democrats for years and have “sour grapes” about Trump.

There is a reason the newspaper is on its last legs. It has cut itself off at the knees.

Kari Lake exposes dem Katie Hobbs at Hannity Scottsdale Town Hall

October 26, 2022

Arizona’s governor’s race draws strong distinctions as Lake dramatically exposes Hobbs

H/T Breitbart News

Arizona Republic writes its own obituary

October 25, 2022

Buried on page three under an over-sized photo of a same-sex “Pride” celebration, is the headline, “Gannett puts Phoenix printing facility up for sale, asks $47.7M.”

Gannett is the parent company of the dramatically failing Arizona newspaper and its online version. Poynter, a news industry fact checker, with a decidedly leftwing bent, headlined its coverage, “Gannett announces new cuts including mandatory unpaid leave and buyouts. The company also will pause overall hiring and temporarily suspend matching 401(k) contributions.” It included this letter from Gannett president Mike Reed, detailing the dismal future for the company and employees.

Parents overpay to send their kids to ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication (home to partisan Arizona PBS) — named for a leftwing CBS broadcaster who oversaw the erosion of journalism as he interjected his own leftist commentary into his nightly newscasts. He demoralized families of those serving in Vietnam when he ended his nightly newscasts with photos of caskets being off-loaded from airplanes, accompanied by individual photos of dead U.S. servicemen. Cronkite’s baritone voice was considered familial, but he was as political as the enemy American’s were fighting in the Southeast Asian jungles. Identified as “Uncle Walter” in the early days of television, discerning viewers eventually found him to be anything but warm and fuzzy.

And coming full circle, who did we find among the myriad associates at Poynter?  None other than Mi-Ai Parrish, glowingly described as the chair of Poynter’s National Advisory Board; CEO and President of MAP (her initials) Strategies Group; Endowed Chair, Media Innovation and Leadership and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, at ASU. She is heralded as former president and publisher of USA TODAY NETWORK Arizona, The Arizona Republic and in Phoenix, AZ — and, of course, “the first person of color in the role.” Poynter refers to conservatives as “conspiracy theorists” and “far-right extremists.” The World Tribune writes: Poynter is funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundations and the Omidyar Network. The two combined for “$1.3 million in grant funding.” Soros-funded Poynter blacklists ‘unreliable’ conservative publications.

After being indoctrinated for years, newly graduated reporters instinctively fall into lockstep with the left. It’s what they do. It’s who they are. That fact, besides working for little pay, underscores their value to the dying local newspaper.

Pelosi reveals democrat strategy; Biden says he could die tomorrow

October 24, 2022

NANCY PELOSI: “When I hear people talk about inflation…we have to change that subject!”

BIDEN: “I could get a disease tomorrow. I could, you know, drop dead tomorrow.”

H/T RNC Research

Slippery AZ Republic buries report on Kris Mayes’ questionable stock trades

October 23, 2022

Kris Mayes is a far-left democrat. She is also running for attorney general. Normally those facts would be enough to give her Page One placement in the radically left newspaper. Today, however, she is buried on Page 12 of Section B. 

It’s enough to make the dwindling readership wonder, “What’s up?” Associated Press recently admitted, “US newspapers continuing to die at rate of 2 each week.“ Technology enabling us to have instantly updated news as close as our fingertips aside, this reporting duplicity is no doubt a contributing factor.

Today’s headline worthy of back paging is, “Mayes’ stock trades questioned.” Kris Mayes, a former political reporter at the newspaper prior to the June 2000 sale to Gannett, has been forced to acknowledge she was one of ten reporters who had purchased Central Newspapers stock (the parent company of the Arizona Republic) through a 401(k) account in advance of the sale. That’s an illegal practice known as insider trading.” Mayes, who claims she did nothing wrong, then left the newspaper to attend law school. As the well-known girlfriend of Gov. Janet Napolitano, she was admitted without question.

This morning’s edition acknowledges, “The value of the stock rose after the company announced it had put itself up for sale and more than doubled from there once a deal with Gannett was announced.”

Dems contort English language to fit pro-abortion agenda

October 22, 2022

According to the American Medical Association, the definition of “health care” is unambiguous: “Health care is a fundamental human good because it affects our opportunity to pursue life goals, reduces our pain and suffering, and helps prevent premature loss of life.”

With these words as a backdrop, how is it that pro-abortion democrat candidates unconscionably refer to abortion as a “fundamental health care decision”?

Kris Mayes, currently running as a democrat for Arizona’s Attorney General has a unique manner of referring to abortion, calling the certain death to unborn human babies at any time before birth, “reproductive care.” Boasting, “When I’m elected, I would be the first openly gay attorney general in Arizona history,” Mayes obviously regards the office of the Arizona Attorney General as a platform for promoting her own sexual agenda rather than enforcing the state’s laws.

Mays’ unconscionable priorities were reflected in an August 20, 2022 interview with the unconcealed far left Copper Courier, in which she stated, “The attorney general’s office in Arizona has an office of civil rights. That office is really, really important to protecting individual liberties of all Arizonans, and it’s virtually defunct right now. It’s not being utilized by the current attorney general. I will protect the rights of LGBTQ people in Arizona, including students, including trans students. I think all Arizonans deserve equal protection under the law.”

All, it seems, but pre-born human babies.