Sheriff Penzone welcomes illegals, evicts disabled vet

July 18, 2019

Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone is a man with little to recommend him. As a police officer separated from his first wife, he roughed her up when she didn’t have their son’s hockey gear beside the door when he arrived to pick the boy up. The redacted Glendale police report, previously available online, was removed when he took his second stab at running for sheriff after losing to popular six-term Sheriff Joe Arpaio in 2012. 

Democrat Penzone won in 2016, thanks to socialist multi-billionaire George Soros, who pumped nearly $3 Million into Penzone’s campaign as he made overhauling the U.S. criminal justice system a priority. Penzone was also the beneficiary of relentless hammering of Sheriff Arpaio by the failing daily newspaper where Arpaio’s anything-for-a-buck son-in-law Phil Boas, the editorial page editor, oversaw the daily assault on his wife’s father.

Back in 2011, Human Events listed the “Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous,” referring to him as “the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country.” Soros is also a globalist who despises national borders.

Soon after Penzone took office, he gave a nod to his open border supporting benefactor Soros, by referring to illegal invaders flooding Arizona as “guests.”

With these facts as background it’s not difficult to grasp the callousness of Penzone’s actions in seizing and auctioning off the mobile home belonging to a disabled military veteran — for “outstanding back taxes.” In fact, the $405.70 tax payment was made by owner Jim Boerner a full week before the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office sold his home.

Penzone claimed his officers who seized the property weren’t aware of the payment until after the home was put up for auction and sold to a buyer on June 20. Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is currently reviewing the legality of the sale of the vet’s mobile home.

The Maricopa County Treasurer’s Office, which collects and administers taxes, says the payment was legally processed and the outstanding debt was paid on June 13, by Jim Boerner whether the sheriff knew about it or not.

Ignorance is no defense for acting reprehensively.  Most importantly, the buck stops with Penzone.

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Sheriff Joe sightings drive local newspaper berserk

July 15, 2019

Arpaio supporters know how to raise the left’s ire

It’s mid-July in Phoenix. Garden flowers wilt. Heat-induced lethargy sets in. This is hardly the time to taunt voters with campaign related enigmas. But if any name is a guaranteed attention grabber, it’s that of retired Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. 

The lunatics at the local newspaper are going even battier — with a report about the popular former sheriff, elected to an unprecedented six-four-year terms from 1993 to 2016. 

The report derisively describes large billboards mysteriously springing up around the Valley, making it all the more amusing to read. The billboards, featuring a large photo of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a badge affixed to his tailored uniform shirt, with law enforcement emblems on each upper sleeve, looks official enough to be a campaign ad. The rest of the billboard has white lettering on bright red background:  “Sheriff Joe.  One More time.  2020.”

That’s it. There is no declaration of an office, or who paid for the signs, though the spectacular tease exemplifies Arpaio, which makes it priceless.

The anything-for-a-buck editorial page editor Phil Boas, fearful of being next among the myriad staff cuts at the failing newspaper, reprehensibly oversaw the daily multi-pronged assault on Arpaio — his own father-in-law.

Current Sheriff Paul Penzone, who Boas helped elect, is supportive of open borders, and notable for referring to illegal aliens as “guests” immediately after he was sworn in. He won with a reported $3 Million cash infusion from his Socialist benefactor George Soros, who also funded the campaign of Kim Foxx, when she was a candidate for Cook County State’s Attorney.

Foxx, whose office became notorious after she dropped all charges against Empire actor Jussie Smollett following revelations he falsified a racist and homophobic attack against himself in a failed effort to raise his profile and salary. She was featured at a fundraiser hosted by Alex Soros, son of radical leftist billionaire, George Soros, who also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to a super PAC supporting her.

Globalist Soros, also a dedicated McCain supporter, disdains national borders and favoring laxer criminal prosecution, used the same tactics in his failed attempt to remove Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery — attempting to replace him with an unknown, accommodating leftist. High dollar donations funneled through his PACs are his modus operandi throughout the country as noted by Politico in this report: George Soros’ quiet overhaul of the U.S. justice system. We urge you to read it.  Knowledge is power.  Prepare for the coming elections.


‘Arizona Wins’ is a leftist, taxpayer-funded scam

July 11, 2019

Swathed in Identity politics, feigned oppression and using tax dollars to forward a far left agenda

The Daily Caller headline,FCC Dings Left-Wing Nonprofits For Using Federal Program To Finance Pet Projects,” definitely qualifies as an attention getter.

It begins with these words:

A commissioner with the Federal Communications Commission wants to know why two liberal nonprofit groups are using revenue from a federal program designed to give poor children internet access on various progressive pet projects.

Organizations involved in a FCC-program dolling out broadband internet for kids might be siphoning off millions of dollars for their own purposes, according to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.  The Educational Broadcast Service (EBS) licenses are intended to help schools, but Carr believes revenue from the program is going to political causes.

Carr sent letters to the three groups: Voqal, North American Catholic Educational Programming Founding (NACEPF) and Rockne Educational TV, who he believes are the most responsible for the ruse.

“In your latest annual report, you highlight a number of donations you have made to political and advocacy groups. Organizations by the same name as two of your grantees — Arizona WINS and WIN Minnesota — appear to expressly advocate for the defeat of political candidates,” he noted in one letter to Voqal President John Schwartz.

Obviously the words, “Arizona WINS,” flash like a lighthouse beacon. What we found is anything but benign. Its concept of winning encompasses extreme leftism, as we see in SOMETHING’S HAPPENING IN AZ. #ANEWDAY:

“Join us for our launch party! You’ll meet the 2019 Monzon Fellows in person while learning more about this exciting new organization that will be working to build the political power of voters of color and low-income communities in Arizona! RSVP using the form to the right.”

As you check out the biased bios of the principals, focus on Monica Nowakowski. She is the daughter of Phoenix City Councilman Michael Nowakowski, who has joined in the loathsome trend of bashing Phoenix Police. Their Polish surname is a relic from a family member of a previous generation. Monica’s dad is Executive Vice President of La Campesina Radio Network — part of Entravision Communications, a network of 48 Spanish-language radio stations in eleven states, also broadcasting into Mexico — in conjunction the far left Cesar Chavez Foundation. Monica was employed in sales and PR.

The concept of Americans coming together to accomplish things that benefit us all has no relevancy when radical leftists are involved. It’s all about identity politics, feigned oppression and using tax dollars to forward a far left political agenda. Stay alert. This will only intensify as we approach the 2020 election.

 


Agendized lawyers pushing border detention farce

July 5, 2019

Do the crime, you do the time…without your family

Two local lawyers who draw their salaries from a tax-exempt corporation known as Abolish Private Prisons, have written an op-ed in the Hillary-endorsing, homeless vagrant newspaper, condemning border detention centers.

Under the guise of “criminal justice reform,” the now sacred cow of the left, John Dacey and Robert Craig, are in reality, working to lodge a legal challenge to the constitutionality of prison privatization in the United States. Socialist billionaire George Soros has been funding the overturning the U.S. criminal justice system for years as noted by Politico.

They inventively link the 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence to holding illegal invaders in border facilities, which they disdain. They focus on children, since that fulfills the heartstrings tugging aspect of their lengthy screed.

The word pictures they paint are more preposterous than disturbing. This is an example: “Babies on cold concrete floors, not being allowed to sleep, shower or wash themselves.”

They write of “distraught parents having loved ones ripped from their arms.” as they ignore the facts. Many of these children are not traveling with their parents. Our lax laws allow invaders traveling with children priority processing status. They know the drill, bringing often exploited children, as they falsely claim asylum status.

If asylum is actually what Central Americans are seeking, why didn’t they make that claim when they set foot in Spanish-speaking Mexico?  American benefits are generous and the Democrat presidential candidates are promising them even more, along with the right to determine our congressional representation, by being counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.

American citizens who commit crimes are separated from their children during their incarceration. It happens every day in every state in the nation. If the crimes are egregious enough, the parents and children are permanently separated.

Then comes the ax wielded by the Abolish Private Prisons profiteers: “Most detainees are in private facilities.” What the duo is looking for is launching a money-making challenge to the constitutionality of private for-profit prisons at the SCOTUS level. They are on the same page as the radically left Southern Poverty Law Center, which places people and organization it reviles on a hate group list. Their allegations are on par with radical Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who falsely alleged that detained women were told to drink out of the toilet.

Claiming to care about babies “unable to shower,” they actually care about money lining their own pockets.

The duo opines that “the evils” of private detention “enable the current atmosphere of over-enforcement” — as if were it not for incarceration there would be no crime.

Disingenuously alleging basic hygienic amenities like toothbrushes and soap is denied to the illegals, Dacey and Craig actually write that the conditions have prompted former prisoners of the Taliban and Somali pirates to speak out, saying that such basic items were provided even while they were held captive — placing the U.S. below terrorists.

They urge voting for legislators who will end this. “We need active citizens to demand so much more than we are getting from our elected leaders. Support leaders and organizations that demand moral solutions. But unless we are willing to fight for change, by voting for policies and legislators that would end these practices, we are complicit in these cruelties.”

Guess who Dacey and Craig will be voting for? Hint: it won’t be Republicans. That’s why the leftist newspaper provided undeserved space.


Dying AZ Republic heralds newsroom diversity quotas

July 3, 2019

The harsh truth for many of us who grew up following the news, is journalism Is dead. Victor Davis Hanson, writer extraordinaire, provides the stark reality in his illuminating column,Journalism is Dead—Long Live the Media!posted on American Greatness. The entire column is a worthy read, though we have lifted two paragraphs as we zero in on the affront that appeared in Arizona’s pathetic excuse for a newspaper.

First, Hanson:

“Concerning the three great psychodramas of the last two years—the Kavanaugh hearings, the Covington kids fiasco, and the Jussie Smollett fantasy—the media for too long trafficked in the lies of the discredited and predicated their coverage on ideology: feminists, Native Americans, and African-Americans as noble victims; their white male oppressors not so much, regardless of the actual facts of the case.

During the Duke lacrosse team mess, the University of Virginia fraternity hoax, and the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin drama the public first began to sense the old implicit media bias had become something new—an outright distortion of evidence to serve a higher cause. We are now at the point that the news consumer has little expectation that journalists will report the facts, but assumes that they will massage, distort, and misrepresent narratives for purposes of supposed social utility.”

Next, the failing, left-leaning Arizona Republic:

The homeless, skeletal semblance of its former self after massive layoffs, relying on editor-less ASU Cronkite students working out of their cars, dependent on McDonald’s wi-fi — treats readers to an embarrassing half-page editorial.

Greg Burton, a new hire as executive editor, unashamedly exposes the truth that drives the newsroom.  If you guessed news, you’re off by a country mile. It’s diversity! The actual title?

From our executive editor: We’re dedicated to improving newsroom diversity – and have the numbers to prove it.”  Seriously.

To Burton, gender and ethnicity trump (oops!) competency. He lists the percentages of “women and people of color” the newspaper has hired, promoted and added to the management ranks, while acknowledging the many personnel loses as subscriptions have plummeted. Burton continues, “We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving diversity as we recruit and retool. In 2018 and 2019, we rebuilt the newsroom to 30% people of color. As I write this, we’re at 31%.”

His offensive premise is only “people of color” can relate to “other people of color.” Following that brilliance to it’s logical conclusion, as an imperfect white male, Burton should be jobless again in record time. 

According to Feb. 2019 numbers provided by Statista, only 32% of United States’ adults trust the news media most of the time. The U.S. was among the several countries where less than 35 percent of survey respondents considered news media generally trustworthy, ranking close to Malaysia, Taiwan and Slovakia.

The Arizona Republic’s new executive editor Greg Burton provides a clue for the lack of trust. If reporters are hired to fill quotas based on their melanin/skin pigment and whether they sit or stand in the bathroom, clearly readers are held in similar disregard. That could be added to the long list of why there are so few left.

He concludes with this deceitful though pitiable pitch: “Know this about The Republic: We’re here to produce and deliver great journalism, and to reflect the community we serve. If you’re not a subscriber, join us at (provides the subscription address).” We’re betting there won’t be a rush to take him up on the invitation to support the shrunken, overpriced, Hillary endorsing rag that values diversity over veracity.


Anti-Trump bias vs. Ducey love fest

July 1, 2019

Inconsistent coverage in dealing with rogue nations

President Donald Trump was in Osaka, Japan meeting with world leaders at the G-20 Summit Friday and Saturday. Predictably, the lamestream media coverage of our president was negative.

His significant trade meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping resulting in resumption of talks and reigning in of tariffs was buried on page 8 of the USA Today insert of the daily newspaper. 

On Sunday, Trump became the first U.S. President to set foot in North Korea, briefly meeting in the Demilitarized Zone with Kim Jong Un. The historic meeting was characterized as a concession to the dictator, rather than opening the door to dialogue. Following the meeting, President Trump announced that the USA and Korea will relaunch stalled nuclear talks. Speaking of the meeting through a translator, Kim said, “I believe that this will have a positive force on all of our discussions in the future.”

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, on the other hand, is heralded for hosting the Arizona-Mexico Commission 2019 Summit in Phoenix. Mexico, abutting our southern border, has facilitated the passage of 100’s of thousands of illegal aliens from the Central American countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras through its own normally impenetrable southern border — through its interior — via caravans to the United States. Far from a spontaneous movement, it was strategically planned and supported by Mexico. Prior to this serious breech of so-called friendship, Mexico has long aided and abetted its own citizens as they invaded the United States, even printing comic books* in 2005, to assist the illiterate in evading capture.

Monies sent back to their native countries by Mexican and Central American illegals in 2018, amounted to a record $53.4 billion in American currency — tax-free remittances. Mexico and Central America benefited by this massive transfer of wealth siphoned out of the USA. That’s more than double the estimated cost of building a secure border barrier on the U.S./Mexico border. Taxing those billions of outgoing American dollars should begin immediately, with those monies earmarked to pay for the wall.

By way of a June 27, 2019 News Release, delusional Ducey extols the Arizona-Mexico Commission which he declares has focused on “strengthening Arizona’s relationship with Mexico,” and “promoting goodwill.”

To the rest of us who were not mentored in deceit by John McCain, this is insultingly preposterous. Ducey’s first job when he arrived in Arizona to attend ASU was working at Cindy Hensley McCain’s Hensley & Co., one of the largest Anheuser-Busch beer distributors in the nation. That early association was the basis for a longstanding friendship between the Ducey’s and McCain’s. John McCain, a committed amnesty proponent, encouraged Ducey’s political career. It shows.

* H/T Eagle Forum


McCain Institute falls on hard times

June 29, 2019

It took a total of three pages for the gloomy Page One story to be fleshed out. Listen closely and you can almost hear the gnashing of teeth over the ominous news bearing this headline: “ASU’s McCain Institute faces new challenges without senator.”

It’s a good bet the institute bearing the name of the deity worshiped by the adoring sycophants at the Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic, was heading south prior to this lengthy admission of despair. McCain called Hillary arock starhe could support in 2016. They were both recipients of Socialist, America hating, multi-billionaire George Soros’ generosity.

The article interviews a high dollar donor who talks in terms of McCain’s “legacy,” always McCain’s paramount consideration. We are reminded that the man who graduated at the bottom of his U.S. Naval Academy class, was “the son and grandson of admirals” — which is how the flamboyant hotshot who crashed three navy planes, gained admittance to the USNA’s hallowed halls in the first place.

Cindy Lou Hensley McCain, a beer empire heiress, is given coverage. She is identified as a “humanitarian activist and philanthropist,” who also goes on record with talk of “advancing her husband’s legacy and values.” In fact, she has hired a Hollywood agent to book paid speaking engagements for her. Cindy’s going rate is between $5,000 and $10,000.

Between selling their luxury penthouse in the Biltmore area and buying and renovating a nearly $3 million French chateau inspired home in the upscale North Central corridor, she’s also been busy taking over as chairman of the Washington, D.C. based McCain Institute.

In her public statement, she said, “The mission of the McCain Institute, to advance values-based leadership around the world, has always been important to my family.  I believe the work of the Institute, from fighting human trafficking to training the next generation of international leaders to advancing human rights and democracy, is more important now than ever. I’m honored to take on this role, particularly as the Institute undertakes an ambitious set of new initiatives to expand its impact.”

Human trafficking is a topic Cindy McCain has made her hallmark, even when it involves blatant deception. Cindy concocted a preposterous story about witnessing the trafficking of a toddler at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and went public with it, though her account was disputed by Phoenix Police.

The anorexic newspaper, back on the auction block, functions largely with student reporters, lacking editors. Now reduced to vagrant status after being forced to sell its 10-story building and parking garage, it pathetically pleads with readers, “Have news to share about Arizona’s U.S. senators or national politics? Reach [the reporter] on Twitter and Facebook.” Her contact info is included. “Support local journalism,” it begs. “Subscribe (newspaper’s link is provided) today.”