U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene issues articles of impeachment, targets Biden officials

May 19, 2023

GOP Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, a reliable supporter of former President Trump, isn’t letting grass grow beneath her feet. Within days, she has issued articles of impeachment encompassing high-ranking Biden administration officials, including U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland; Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas; U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves; and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Each of the links provide direct routes to the individual articles of impeachment. This is our government at work.

The United States Constitution Article II, Section 4 provides for this action.


Failing Feinstein presents judicial problem for dems

April 18, 2023

Reconfiguring federal judiciary a top priority for Biden administration

As judicial vacancies go unfilled by salivating leftwing democrats who see an opportunity to remake the federal judiciary in their image, pivotal Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), has dug in her 89-year-old heels refusing to resign from the senate judiciary committee. Questions have long been raised by her colleagues about her mental acuity, as noted in the San Francisco Chronicle.

The aged California democrat hasn’t cast a senate vote in over a month when her office finally announced during her absence that she was hospitalized and recovering from shingles. The senate returns to session next week after a two-week recess, but Feinstein has been mum on providing any indication of when she might return to Washington.

Obviously under pressure to allow liberal judicial appointments to proceed, she concludes — via her staff — by “playing ball“ with this statement dated April 12, 2023: “I understand that my absence could delay the important work of the Judiciary Committee, so I’ve asked Leader Schumer to ask the Senate to allow another Democratic senator to temporarily serve until I’m able to resume my committee work.”

This slickster language has been massaged, edited and revised. It’s a good bet she won’t be returning and her temporary “fill-in” will be appointed to her seat. These are D.C. dems, after all, and leave nothing to chance when it comes to crucial, lifetime judicial appointments.

Senate Republican leaders, not onboard with the democrat scheme, came out Monday against temporarily replacing Feinstein. Sen. John Cornyn, (R-TX), a senior member of the Judiciary Committee said he and his colleagues oppose the idea as it would help democrats advance judges on a party-line basis.

“These are, by definition, the most controversial nominees,” Cornyn was quoted as saying. “And if Democrats are depending strictly on their own party-line vote to get them out of committee…I don’t think there’s any appetite on our side to help what we consider to be controversial or unqualified nominees to get confirmed.”

Sen. Cornyn is a former Texas Supreme Court justice and elected attorney general.

Magical Sen. Feinstein: Clings to Senate post without showing up

April 14, 2023

Although California Sen. Dianne Feinstein hasn’t been in her D.C. senate office in months, her staff continues to crank out comments and press releases giving the impression the 89-year-old is still toiling away on behalf of the citizens who pay her salary.

According to her senate website, she advocates for gun control, and sympathetically affirms, “My heart breaks for everyone affected by the mass shooting in Louisville.” Feinstein’s surrogates also bare her leftist spine as they/she calls on Chief Justice Roberts to investigate Justice Clarence Thomas. She invites those who visit her website to “join me on twitter,” though it’s a certainly her staff does the tweeting. Select any of her myriad press releases for an indication of the handle they keep on issues. A particular favorite is a release indicating, “Feinstein and Colleagues Introduced Legislation to Restore, Protect Americans’ Right to Abortion Nationwide.” Even facing her 90th birthday in June, she’s never lost her zeal for baby killing. The press release which refers to Republicans as the “extreme party,” uses these foolish and incendiary words, “…the far right’s crusade to stifle the bodily autonomy of pregnant people is leading to disproportionate harm for non-white communities as well as LGBTQ+ communities.” Notice the words, “pregnant people” replaces “women.”

Weeks after her February announcement stating she’d been diagnosed with shingles, Feinstein’s extended absence from the Senate has left democrats scrambling, given the party’s slim 51-49 majority. High-profile dems, short on sympathy, as Republicans gain power, are now calling for her resignation.

Feinstein’s office responded by releasing a statement acknowledging the delays at the Judiciary Committee and announcing that she has asked Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer “to allow another Democratic senator to temporarily serve until I’m able to resume my committee work.”

As internecine pressure mounted, she then announced she will not run for reelection in 2024 but will continue to serve out her current term in office.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, following Biden’s lead on the U.S. Supreme Court appointment, prioritizing DNA over credentials, promises to appoint a black woman if either of California’s U.S. Senate seats became available.

Feinstein’s statement said she intended to return to Washington in March after being diagnosed with shingles, but has been delayed “due to continued complications related to my diagnosis.” She did not offer specifics about her health, though her memory lapses and confusion are no secret, as reported by The Hill.

AZ U.S. Senate race could be a crowded, expensive brawl

April 10, 2023

Since Arizona’s 1912 statehood, Arizona has had only thirteen senators, six democrats and seven Republicans. Carl Hayden, a democrat territorial sheriff, was later elected to the senate for a then-unprecedented 43 years, retiring at age 91. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema recently interjected a new component to that mix when she left the democrat party on Dec. 9, 2022. Leaving no room for misinterpretation, Sinema filed her statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission as a registered Independent December 15, 2022 — though, like Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) and Angus King (Maine), she still caucuses with the democrats and remains a decisive vote in their current 51-49 majority.

Hovering in the shadows as Sinema sucks the democrat oxygen from the impeding senate race is dem U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego, who launched a challenge to Sinema in January. His presence is not good news for democrats who rightfully fear a split vote, benefiting GOP candidates. His Hispanic surname will be an automatic asset among that voting demographic.

Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb, a Republican, is expected to announce his candidacy for Arizona’s U.S. Senate race this week. Carl Hayden aside, being sheriff of Pinal County (link to U.S. Census Bureau demographics) is not widely regarded as a requisite for a U.S. Senate seat. In anticipation of his senate campaign, in 2020, Sheriff Lamb wrote a paperback book, “American Sheriff: Traditional Values in a Modern World,” noting that he is a descendant of Pilgrims.

Senate races are expensive. This link has facts and graphs detailing the exorbitant costs of a U.S. Senate race, based on Federal Elections Commission data. Whether Lamb can raise the necessary funding is the looming question. The Wall Street Journal recently noted that former GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is now considering a senate run.

China-based TikTok infiltrating US via our youth. Is anyone paying attention?

March 24, 2023

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew, a native of Singapore, appeared before congress Thursday, March 23, testifying that TikTok prioritizes user safety as he sought to avert a U.S. ban on the app by downplaying its ties to China. Representatives of both parties aggressively questioned Chew on topics including TikTok’s content moderation practices, its data security plans, and past spying on journalists, according to this informative AP report.

TikTok reputedly has over 150 million U.S. users. It is a major attraction to American teens, whose parents have little, if any, knowledge regarding its wide ranging content. Wake up, America!  Our political enemy is subtly influencing our youth!

The Business of Apps website reveals what too few Americans are aware of in its report, TikTok Revenue and Usage Statistics (2023).” If you read nothing else today, acquaint yourself with this vial and disturbing information. Knowledge is power. This site is used by national news organizations and sells much of its information, though there is still some crucial data that is available.

America can no longer afford to ignore this dangerous incursion.

AZ U.S. GOP Rep. Debbie Lesko grills dodging Chew, who received a Master’s Degree from Harvard Business School. He just previously admitted that TikTok tracks users’ individual keystrokes, then backtracked, telling Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) that he will “get back” to her about whether the Chinese app keeps records of users’ credit card information and passwords.

Mangled Mitch McConnell remains MIA following fall March 13, UPDATE

March 10, 2023

3/13/23: Though scant information has been made available regarding his condition we are now told that McConnell also broke a rib in addition to the concussion he suffered. Released from the hospital today, he is not going home, but has been moved to an “inpatient rehabilitation facility.”

After suffering a concussion during fall requiring hospitalization Wednesday evening, 81-year-old Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) remains in the hospital “for a few days of observation and treatment,” according to his staff. Falling at that advanced age is far more serious than even a decade earlier. Mayo Clinic provides a definitive report on the causes and risks associated with older patients in such circumstances. McConnell required surgery in 2019 after suffering a fall at home resulting in a fractured shoulder. At that time his recovery took several weeks. McConnell has a history of heart problems and had triple bypass surgery in 2003.

Now, 16 years past normal retirement age, Mitch McConnell is the longest-serving Senate leader in history. First elected to the Senate in 1984, McConnell is Kentucky’s longest-elected senator.

In his absence, Minority Whip Sen. John Thune (R-SD) will assume the GOP leadership position. He’s a generation younger than McConnell. The average age of the 118th Congress is 58 years old. Scroll down through Fiscal Note for a definitive list of members of congress and their ages as of February 6, 2023. Lydia Stowe has assembled a fact-filled reports.

An interesting fact no one seems inclined to clarify: The base senate salary is $193,400 yearly, yet McConnell’s net worth is $22,841,026. Ballotpedia has the names, facts and figures:


As sitcom character Ricky Ricardo was known to say, “Splain that to me, Lucy.”

Far-left Warnock wins in Georgia, credits conservative God

December 7, 2022

In Tuesday’s exceedingly close senate run-off election in Georgia, incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock won by the slimmest of margins as he disappointingly held back Herschel Walker by a razor thin 51.4% to Walker’s 48.6%. The U.S. Senate is currently split 50-50, with dems having control due to VP Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote. Warnock’s win expands their majority in 2023.

Warnock, a senior pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, is an anomaly, invoking God when it serves his purposes to do so, even as he supports abortion. He stated at a campaign event in Athens Georgia the day prior to the election, “I voted to protect Roe v. Wade, and I would do that again.”  Warnock is currently in a legal battle with his ex-wife, Oulèye Ndoye, who has accused him of neglecting to see his children during his custody days and leaving her with unpaid child care expenses. 

And though slippery Warnock won the election to a six-year term, he attempts to exploit non-existent “voter suppression.”

“There are those who will look at the outcome of this race and say that there is no voter suppression in Georgia,” Warnock stated. “Let me be clear: Just because people endured long lines that wrapped around buildings some blocks long, just because they endured the rain and the cold and all kinds of tricks in order to vote, doesn’t mean that voter suppression does not exist. It simply means that you the people decided that your voices will not be silenced.”

After Warnock thanked his supporters, he declared, “God should get the glory” for his win.

Principle challenged former AZ U.S. Rep. Jim Kolbe dies

December 5, 2022

Bizarrely compared to Republican heroes

Former Rep. Jim Kolbe, elected to congress in 1984, after losing to Jim McNulty in 1982, has died of a stroke at age 80. A Republicrat from Tucson, he is eulogized with accolades befitting a truly noble man…which the long-term congressman was not. Pima County Board of Supervisors Chair Sharon Bronson lavished Kolbe with praise in a tweet, claiming he “was old school Republican in the mold of Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower – a friend of business and the environment.”

Omitted was the 1980’s scandal in which the openly gay Kolbe was embroiled, causing him to leave congress when it was revealed he was soliciting sex from male congressional pages as was his Massachusetts democrat colleague Gerry Studds. Former House Clerk Jeff Trandahl told ABC News that Arizona Congressman Jim Kolbe was one of a small number of “problem members.” This exposé detailing Kolbe’s predilection for young teen boys appeared in the Washington Post Oct. 9, 2006. Kolbe retired within two months of the report being published.

Longtime Arizona political observers will remember Kolbe was forced “out of the closet” by the ever-so-compassionate Gay DC Media… who threatened him after he announced his “yes”vote for the Defense Of Marriage Act.

After leaving Congress, Kolbe served on the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations under democrat President Barack Obama. An open-borders advocate and supporter of in-state tuition for illegals, pro-abortion Kolbe left the Republican Party and became a registered Independent in 2018 after the election of Donald Trump. He endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

Memo to Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson: Neither Teddy Roosevelt nor Dwight Eisenhower were known to be sexual predators, nor did they endorse far leftist democrats or their ideologies. Confusing Jim Kolbe with either of them is beyond foolish.

Jim Kolbe was married to Sarah Dinham, a UofA psychology professor for 15 years. He later married Panamanian native Hector Alfonso in 2013.

Arizona D.C. dems signal an internecine battle

September 28, 2022

Ruben Gallego, a radical leftist democrat representing Arizona Congressional District 3, who preposterously focuses on expansion of border medical centers and protecting COVID infected illegal aliens from deportation, throws the first punch. Gallego accuses fellow democrat Arizona U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of aiding Republicans. This is his recent tweet in which he obviously is declaring his intention to challenge Sinema who has frequently partnered with West Virginia democrat Joe Manchin on more moderate legislation than their extremist colleagues. As this battle intensifies, pull up a comfy chair and pop some corn. Watching dems destroy each other is reliably entertaining. This is a race that begs for the entrance of a strong, well-funded Republican. The dems will go all out to ensure keeping this seat.

Biden’s spokesmouth Karine Jean-Pierre’s warped reality on debt

September 3, 2022

“American Rescue Plan helped turn the economy back on,” she declares

”SpendingTracker.org estimates H.R. 1319 will add $1.8 trillion in new (taxpayer funded) spending through 2031. The bill is 232 pages in length.