Mark Levin, Alan Dershowitz agree impeachment is a sham

December 9, 2019

Political opposites find agreement on impeachment

If you missed Sunday’s Mark Levin program, “Life, Liberty & Levin” we are happy to bring you the important interview with Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, a self described liberal. Although he admits voting for Hillary Clinton, Dershowitz describes impeaching President Trump under the current circumstances as an example of political tyranny, questioning the ethics of the U.S. House.

The article,Liberal attorney Alan Dershowitz: Dems’ impeachment case doesn’t meet any credible legal standard,“ is well worth your time…especially today.

This, and more, are all available on The Blaze.


Remembering Dec. 7, 1941: “A date which will live in infamy”

December 7, 2019

 

USS Arizona after Japanese attack

Today marks the 78th anniversary of the Japanese stealth bombing attack on our naval fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii resulting in the deaths of 2,335 American service members and 68 civilians. Nearly 1,180 were injured. The attack sank 12 naval vessels and heavily damaged nine others.

President Donald Trump released this Proclamation in remembrance of that horrific day that precipitated United States involvement in World War II.

The USS Arizona still lies beneath the harbor with its dead entombed. The ship sank in less than nine minutes after a 1,760-pound armor-piercing bomb penetrated its decks and exploded in the ship’s forward ammunition magazine. 1,177 sailors and marines on board were killed; 334 crew members survived.

Other major installations on Oahu, including Wheeler Field and Kaneohe Naval Air Station, also were attacked.

View President Franklin Roosevelt’s famous “A date which will live in infamy” speech (Original Draft: page 1, page 2 and page 3) and declaration of war following that unprovoked attack.

In his address to a joint session of Congress, President Roosevelt rightfully referred to December 7, 1941 as, “a date which will live in infamy.”


Dem game plan: If at first you don’t succeed, try again

December 6, 2019

Impeachment is never ending strategy

Since the election results came in November 6, 2016, shell-shocked Democrats have never stopped reeling. Flyover country voters — minus five outliers, (Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota and Illinois) which joined the leftist coastal states — rejected scandal plagued Hillary Clinton and put Donald Trump in the White House. 

Impeachment talk started not long after. Despondent Democrats were not in a mood to wait until the next election to right what they consider an egregious, unfathomable wrong…mainstream American voters overwhelmingly electing Republican Trump president.

Now with the Dems moving forward with their sham impeachment, reality has set in. It can move through the House, where an initially reluctant Speaker Nancy Pelosi has fallen in line with the younger, radical new guard. But they face the reality of a Republican majority Senate. Currently, the U.S. Senate has 53 Republicans and 47 Democrats — including two independents who caucus with the Democrats, making the GOP majority precariously slim.

Thirty-four (34) senate seats will be on the ballot in 2020 — including a special election in here in Arizona. Democrats will only need to gain 3 or 4 seats to take control.  Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally is being challenged by gun confiscator, Democrat Mark Kelly AKA “Mr. Gabby Giffords.” Aided by Socialist George Soros‘ ActBlue, Kelly, who clearly states he will “defeat the gun lobby,” has already amassed more money than all other Arizona senate candidates.

Sen. Martha McSally has been endorsed by President Trump. It’s imperative she is reelected or we will be putting President Trump in peril, with a senate that will assuredly vote to remove him. 

Texas Rep. Al Green, a far left Democrat, actually says there is “no limit to the number of times” he and his political clique will try to impeach President Trump:

Republicans don’t just need to vote smart. We need to vote strategically. Our nation’s future depends on it.


AZ 2020 Congressional spoiler alert: The field widens

November 22, 2019

Another candidate intent on handing GOP held seats over to radical leftists

If you’ve never heard of Tom Lewellen, join the crowd. The murky political waffler is currently running as a registered Independent in his effort to unseat five-term CD-6 Republican U.S. Rep. David Schweikert, a respected finance and tax policy expert. Lewellen is nothing if not inventive, having started his own political party, ‘CIVIL Governance,’ titling himself, Executive Director. Ballotpedia has his error laden survey responses which reek of Elizabeth Warren’s and Bernie Sanders’ socialist redistribution of wealth. His campaign is based on distrust of our government.

Announced Democrats include: Anita Malik, who lost in 2018, unknowns Karl Gentles and Stephanie Rimmer and opportunistic carpet-bagger Hiral Tipirneni, who relinquished her medical license under pressure, yet continued to portray herself as a medical doctor — including wearing scrubs and a stethoscope in her last cycle ads. She failed in both of her challenges to U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko in 2018, in the special election and the general, running at that time in CD 8, across the valley. Tipirneni does not reside in the district in which she is now running. Democrat Gentles has a novel way of introducing himself, self-describing on his website in these words:

“Karl a longtime supporter of Democrats and Democratic campaigns, from interning on former Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt’s presidential campaign to running city council campaigns to supporting President Obama. He also served as a staff assistant for Senator John McCain in 1989. Karl credits the Senator for showing him that politics is less about ideology and party and more about building coalitions and doing what is right regardless of those factors.”

Seeing Red AZ has previously written about Daniel McCarthy, (here, here, and here,) a 34-year-old lacking any relevant experience, but carrying a super-charged ego, even naming his campaign “Demand Daniel.” His mission is to unseat Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally.  McCarthy is his own major campaign contributor. President Trump has unequivocally endorsed McSally, a former combat pilot and the first woman to lead a fighter squadron into a war zone. She also served as a two-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Incumbent Sen. McSally is being challenged by heavily financed, Soros-supported Democrat Mark “Mr. Gabby Giffords” Kelly, who, based on fundraising alone, is considered formidable as he runs for a seat national Democrats are salivating over. Hypocrite Kelly, a close Obama associate, is a gun confiscator for the rest of us, though not himself.

Efforts to lure Arizona Republican voters who are currently being represented in Washington, D.C. by well qualified GOP incumbents will end in disaster, giving the edge to Democrats who will turn our state into a deep blue, Democrat bastion. Don’t be fooled by novice political slicksters. If we lose the Senate, President Trump will not get any of his judicial nominees confirmed. Another Supreme Court vacancy is expected soon. 

A vote for an upstart candidate over a solid incumbent is guaranteeing a seat lost to the Democrats, something we will live to regret.


Dem witness admits Obama admin concerns re: Hunter Biden

November 16, 2019

Few Arizonans had even a passing familiarity with New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik until Friday when she adroitly zoned in on former U.S. ambassador to the Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch before the House Intelligence Committee where she is the sole Republican woman.

Yovanovitch, an Obama appointee who was replaced by the Trump administration, admitted that she was briefed by the Obama administration on Hunter Biden’s position with the Ukrainian firm Burisma Holdings and conceded it had the appearance of a conflict of interest.

Yovanovitch admitted that the Obama administration prepared her for her confirmation as ambassador with practice questions about Hunter Biden and his involvement in Ukraine. Hunter, the son of Obama’s Vice President Joe Biden was receiving more than $80,000 a month from Burisma, one of Ukraine’s largest energy companies, while his father was Obama’s point man for Ukraine policy. The younger Biden lacked any experience in natural gas, outside of his gene pool.

“You testified that in this particular practice Q&A with the State Department, it wasn’t just generally about Burisma and corruption, it was specifically about Hunter Biden and Burisma. Is that correct?” Stefanik asked.

Yovanovitch answered, “Yes.”

A stoic, blinking Adam Schiff appeared stunned as he watched the exposure of his impeachment scheme. Stefanik boldly referred to his “regime of secrecy,” and accused him of “making up the rules.”

As part of her reelection campaign, on Sept. 25, 2019, U.S. Rep. Stefanik announced her opposition to the impeachment of President Trump.


Markets attest impeachment scheme flops with Americans

November 14, 2019

The best indicator that the Democrats farcical impeachment inquiry, conducted in secret until Wednesday and hinging on the testimony of an unnamed “whistleblower” is a dud, is evident in the stock market response:

Here’s where the markets settled Wednesday, November 13, at the end of regular equity trading:

Dow (^DJI): +0.33%, or 92.1 points, surging to a new 52-week high

S&P 500 (^GSPC): +0.07%, or 2.2 points

Nasdaq (^IXIC): -0.05%, or 3.99 points

10-year Treasury yield (^TNX): -2.3 bps to 1.886%

Gold (GC=F): +0.76% to $1,464.70 per ounce

This is at the close of day after the embarrassing spectacle put on by Adam Schiff and his band of leftists who made invalidating the 2016 election and pushing for the impeachment of President Trump their foremost obsession since before he took the oath of office.

Fitting the description of the circus it is, Pissi Myles,* a super-size grotesque “drag queen” decked out in a gigantic blonde bouffant wig and flaming red iridescent mini-dress with cutaway shoulders, was permitted access.

The Dems claimed this would be a bi-partisan effort, yet not a single Republican voted for this investigation.

 A resolution authorizing public hearings and laying the groundwork for eventual proceedings in the Judiciary Committee passed by a vote of 232 to 196. All but two Democrats voted for the measure, with all Republican members voting against it. The chamber’s sole independent, Justin Amash (MI), joined the Democrats in voting for passage.

Many of today’s conservatives were raised by Democrat parents who lived through the Great Depression or its aftermath. Today’s vengeful and out-of-control Democrat Party is not the one they knew. They would be appalled.

* H/T Photos Daily Mail

 


AZ US Rep. Paul Gosar challenged by brassy upstart

November 7, 2019

A bizarre political trend is gaining momentum. It’s exemplified by the Swedish teenage climate change activist who has been the object of adulation by the left after addressing the United Nations, accusing the U.S. and industrialized nations of “stealing my dreams,” and threatening, “We will not let you get away with this…we will never forgive you.”  Her latest admirer is Leonardo DiCaprio, an anti-Trump, high dollar Democrat donor who was recently described as “swooning” over her as he referred to her as “a leader of our time.”  The object of his adulation preemptively stated she would refuse to meet with President Trump — who never issued an invitation.

Scientists at the Natural History Museum in London have officially named a tiny beetle after her. Fittingly, it has no eyes and lacks wings.

Arizonans have their own versions of this new breed of inexperienced aspirants who take on Republican incumbents. A former Martha McSally staffer living in Prescott is eyeing a congressional run. Though not a teen, Anne Marie Ward, who is in her 20’s, has decided to challenge Congressman Paul Gosar.

She is quoted as saying:

“We need to have younger citizens step up and run at every single level to really bring our conservative values back to life at the local, the state, the federal level,” Ward stated. “We have the Democratic Socialist party gaining momentum and the Republican Party losing momentum, and with that shift it’s time for the young generation to step forward and start using their voice to represent our communities again.”

She obviously missed the fact that it is the youth vote, known as millennials, that moved unlikely Bernie Sanders, an acknowledged socialist, within spitting distance of leading the 2016 Democrat ticket. They support radical leftist Elizabeth Warren and turned out to elect extremists Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib to congress. In response, the four women known as “the squad,‘ have irrationally called for lowing the voting age from 18 to 16.

Equally ill-prepared for the U.S. Senate seat he’s announced for, is Daniel McCarthy, 34, who is challenging incumbent U.S. Sen. Martha McSally for one of Arizona’s two senate seats — one already in the clutches of Dem Kyrsten Sinema. McCarthy’s ego-driven entry will do nothing more than aid current challenger, Mark “Mr. Gabby Giffords” Kelly, a gun-grabber, who is being funded by Socialist multi-billionaire George Soros.

Youth is great. We all wish we could keep it and our biceps, permanently ward off wrinkles and graying follicles. But the years bring with them the respectable trade-off of experience and wisdom.

At 60, retired dentist and current AZ CD-4 Congressman, Paul Gosar is just reaching his prime. He’s doing an excellent job in congress. Gosar is a known conservative who earned a Liberty Score “A“ rating from Conservative Review.

His unknown challenger, not even a decade out of her teens, tells us she holds to those same principles. Why, then, does she think we need to replace him?