Ann Coulter introduces Donald Trump in Iowa

August 26, 2015

“God hasn’t given up on America yet”

Watch this video and listen to a healthy dose of truth and reality as Ann Coulter speaks of the “policies of speech nazis.”

More from Iowa. Donald Trump v. Jorge Ramos: Trump wins!

Univision’s Jorge Ramos, an ethnic activist, is not a journalist —  as he purports to be. Watch Donald Trump’s able handling of this intentionally rude and provocative, pro-illegal bully.


Crowded GOP field pared down to10 participants

August 5, 2015

Debate forum should be revealing as well as entertaining

The top 10 candidates — based on recent national polls — include Businessman Donald Trump, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.

Not making the cut for participation in the first forum — ranking 2 percent or less in the polls — are technology CEO Carly Fiorina, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, former New York Gov. George Pataki and most recent entrant former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore.

The two-hour event will be carried live on Fox News, Thursday, Aug. 6, at 6 p.m. (Arizona time). Three of the network’s hosts — Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace — will moderate the debate.


It’s official! Dr. Kelli Ward announces for U.S. Senate

July 14, 2015

After decades of McCain, her fresh, new voice is compelling, as Kelli Ward invites Arizonans to join her:  “Let’s shake up Washington together.”


Dr. Kelli Ward: Poised to challenge McCain

July 14, 2015

Dr. Kelli Ward, a two-term state senator representing Legislative District 5, sent out this encouraging message, which includes a sentence Arizona Republicans can relate to: “ The status quo and the politics of the past aren’t working for Arizona or America.”

She’s referring to the U. S. Senate seat currently occupied by John McCain.

Ward opened a U.S. Senate Exploratory Committee in April and has been traveling the state, attending gatherings and district meetings, where she meets with and answers questions posed by Arizonans. She doesn’t insult questioners. There is no ducking and dodging or holding restrictive and contrived one way “conversations as the current senator and his seatmate do.

This evening, Kelli Ward is making an official “Future Plans Announcement.”
Tuesday, July 14,  5:00 pm
Shugrue’s Bridgeview Room
1425 McCulloch Blvd
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

The event is open to the public and all are welcome. She asks that you RSVP here.

Read Dr. Ward’s impressive bio. Her views on the issues of importance to Arizona citizens are clearly defined.  Attend her announcement if you are able.

John McCain has been entrenched in Washington, D.C. since he was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1982, well over three decades ago. He will be 80 years old by Election Day and is running for another six-year term. 

McCain’s polling numbers are abysmal. Townhall.com a leading conservative source reported that only 30% of Arizonans approve of the job McCain is doing to 54% who disapprove. There isn’t much variability in his numbers by party —- he’s at 35/55 with Republicans, 29/53 with Democrats, and 25/55 with registered Independents. Conservative Review gives both Arizona’s U.S. Senators an “F” rating. John McCain’s can be viewed here.  Senate Conservatives Fund urges Arizonans to Replace McCain, saying, “There are few Republicans who have betrayed our conservative principles more than John McCain.”

A senate campaign is a major undertaking, If ever there was a time to step up and put our money where our mouths are in order to send John McCain into retirement — it’s now.

He doesn’t want to go.


Scott Walker launches GOP presidential campaign

July 13, 2015

“Proven fighter, proven winner” begins race with ideological, geographical advantages

After a host of lackluster retreads and iffy Republicans have announced as 2016 GOP presidential candidates —- 14 others, to be exact —- Wisconsin Gov.Scott Walker declares his candidacy today. His late entry was hinged on getting the stalled state budget on his desk and signed.

Walker, 47, is the fifteenth candidate, but the one many conservatives have been waiting for since his energizing speech (video) at the  Iowa Freedom Summit in January.

After going head-to-head with the Wisconsin’s unions, he and his family endured threats. Walker faced thousands of protestors at the Capitol. But he prevailed, waging a successful battle against the $3.6 billion budget deficit, job losses and a double-digit tax increase. He won the race for governor three times in the last four years, winning a recall election in a state that was previously under Democrat control for over thirty years —- the only governor in U.S. history to declare victory in a gubernatorial recall election.

Scott Walker is a proven winner. In 2008 when running as county executive, he received  nearly 60 percent of the votes in a county that went two-thirds for Barack Obama.

National Review reported in May that Walker has visited border states and met with Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, causing him to adopt a firmer stance on illegal immigration, and in the process separating himself from the politically correct, open border, squish pack —- even moderating his own former position. National Review identifies Walker’s position as “hard-line.” We call it rational.

In advance of his announcement, the liberal media has been working overtime to marginalize him, though his successes stand as strong testament to his conservative commitment. Besides getting right-to-work legislation passed, he expanded  school-voucher availability, signed legislation repealing a 48-hour waiting period for gun purchases, implemented mandatory drug testing for food-stamp recipients and banned abortions after 20 weeks.

Democrats openly acknowledge, Scott Walker, not Jeb! Bush, is the man to watch. Our May 12, post on Walker can be read here. In it we noted the recent Quinnipiac Poll showing the as-yet-undeclared candidate Walker leading the Iowa Republican caucus pack, with establishment favorite Jeb Bush at a distant seventh. Across the polling board, Walker was hitting it out of the park.

Time will tell if the momentum holds.


Donald Trump expected to draw thousands in Phoenix

July 10, 2015

Focus on illegal immigration resonates

Due to overwhelming demand for tickets to hear presidential candidate Donald Trump, his Saturday, July 11 event is moving from the Arizona Biltmore Resort to the much larger Phoenix Convention Center.*

Within hours after it was announced that Trump was scheduling a visit, organizers began scrambling to locate a larger crowd accommodating venue. At last count, over 3,500 people have signed up for the free tickets at www.standwithtrump.eventbrite.com.  Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will accompany Trump, who will be speaking on illegal immigration.

Trump’s poll numbers have surged, topping out the GOP candidate list, according to this just released national survey. Rasmussen reports that most Americans agree with Trump on the criminality associated with illegals.

The Washington Post reports that Jeff Flake — who has the lowest rating in the U.S. Senate, 3-points below bottom-dragger John McCain — attempted to pressure Maricopa County GOP chairman Tyler Bowyer not to sponsor the event.

But Bowyer would have none of it, instead issuing a statement in response to Flake’s comments saying the party is “thrilled” to welcome Trump. Bowyer accused the senator of violating former president Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment: “Thou shall not speak ill of any other Republican.”

“It is saddening that at a time when Republicans should be exposing the negligence and failed policies of Democrats — from sanctuary cities to DACA and catch-and-release to Obama’s refusal to secure the border — some Republicans choose to instead gossip about which GOP presidential candidate was invited to meet with voters in their home county,” the statement read.

Amnesty-supporting Flake declared Trump’s views as not reflective of the Republican Party.

“As an elected official and as a Republican, I’m not excited about this, to say the least,” Flake said. “I don’t think that [Trump’s] views are reflective of the party, particularly in Arizona, a border state.” 

Yet in a case of views being “reflective” much closer to home, when Flake’s then 15-year-old son, Tanner, was exposed for his online spew of vile racist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic slurs, Jeff Flake actually apologized on behalf of his son, requiring nothing of him. Tanner, who used the name “ni**erkiller” as a game participant, was equally vicious in his insults of the very Hispanics his dad is working so hard to legalize, referring to Mexicans as “scum of the earth.”  Read our post “Generational Flakes.”

*Phoenix Convention Center, 100 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004 — North Ballroom.  Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM


Behind the scenes: Robert Graham’s exclusive Exec. Meeting

May 2, 2015

This is what actually took place at the April 18, 2015 CLOSED AZ GOP Executive Meeting.  The transcript is taken directly from a recording:

AZGOP Executive Committee transcript

The issue of closed primary elections has been front and center on this site for some time, along with the duplicitous actions of AZ GOP Chairman Robert Graham who failed to substantively respond to the resolutions that were overwhelmingly passed by elected state delegates at the January 2014 and 2015 AZ GOP Statutory Meetings.

Instead of being voted on at the April 18, 2015 executive committee meeting, state chairman Robert Graham, carrying McCain’s water, shut out Precinct Committeemen and scrapped the issue opposed by…..John McCain.

* Transcript: H/T Arizona Freedom Alliance


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