“Boycott Target” gaining steam

April 26, 2016

Target’s radical activism turns bathrooms, dressing rooms into “gender-neutral” predator havens

The American Family Association is calling for a boycott of Target stores after the retail giant announced it would allow men to use the women’s restrooms and dressing rooms in their stores.

Last August, Seeing Red AZ wrote Target veers far off target, noting the corporate decision to  no longer label toys according to the sex of the child they are aimed at. Gender-neutral signs will also appear in the children’s bedding section. The only place gender labels will still remain is in the children’s clothing department — and who knows how much longer that will continue?

Arizona Target stores are listed here. When the neighborhood go-to store pays more attention to 1 percent of their shoppers over 99 percent, it’s time to reevaluate your priorities, and take your money elsewhere.

Sign the boycott pledge here and scroll down to read the posted examples of what Target’s policy can lead to. Call Target Guest Relations at 1-800-440-0680 and let them know you‘ve signed the pledge — and why.


Germany’s Merkel suffers consequences of disastrous policies

March 14, 2016

Voters send unambiguous message: “Close the door”

The consequences of German Chancellor Andrea Merkel’s irresponsible refugee resettlement programs have resulted in a referendum against her and the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in major polls on Sunday.

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party founded in 2013 recorded a surge as it garnered support from irate voters. Germans have watched in alarm as 1.1 million people claiming refugee status arrived in the country in 2015 alone. In the first week of Sept. 2015, Merkel declared that any Syrian who reaches Germany can claim asylum. In the days that followed, 25,000 more arrived. The number has continued to explode.

“The people who voted for us voted against this refugee policy,” said AfD deputy chairman Alexander Gauland. The group used familiar campaign slogans such as “Secure the borders” and “Stop the asylum chaos.”

The solution comes with a hefty price tag. The European Union will be on the hook to Turkey to the tune of $3.2 billion for its promised aid in staunching the flow of refugees to Europe from the conflict in Syria, and to prevent Europe’s worst refugee crisis from worsening further.  Turkey has been instrumental in not only arming, but financing the Islamic State (ISIS), whose actions in Syria have led to an unprecedented exodus of refugees mostly through Turkey, which Europe is now hoping to bribe so it will lock down its borders.

Bowing to liberal policies with the potential to change the culture of a nation, over the wishes the nation’s citizens, raises their ire whether the acts take place in German or the United States. (video)

Read more in the UK’s The Guardian.


Satanists’ antics result in AZ GOP chair launching recall

February 5, 2016

Seeing Red AZ  recently covered the Phoenix City Council’s plan  — on the advice of its legal council — to allow a Satanist to deliver the “invocation” (formerly known as the opening prayer), at the Council’s Feb. 17 meeting.

As might be expected, all hell broke loose. The majority of council members were not onboard with this affront. Satanist Stuart de Haan, a Tucson lawyer equipped with a king-sized agenda, initially made the request, saying his group is opposed to “religious tyranny” — presumably his view of prayer. The Satanists threatened a lawsuit.

The daily reported that Phoenix City Attorney Brad Holm’s statement provided no recourse:

“Consistent with the U.S. Supreme Court’s direction, the city cannot dictate religious viewpoints or the content of a prayer, Holm wrote. “In addition, government may not exclude a denomination or a religion from praying under these circumstances.”

In response, the council, after hearing testimony from both sides, voted to replace the traditional prayer with a moment of silence, according to this Fox News report.

But the saga doesn’t end there. On Thursday, AZ GOP Chairman Robert Graham’s spokesman blasted out an email titled, “We Need Prayer!” There’s nothing to disagree with in the content of Graham’s message, but the last paragraph and follow-up sentence were puzzling:.

“If a show of humility to God, rich in the American tradition, is to be ended because of a few satanic bullies, how are we going to fix some of our community’s and nation’s most pressing problems? Maybe it is time we send a message to the Phoenix City Council that they are out of touch with the people of Phoenix.”

Graham is collecting information necessary to create a ballot initiative to reinstate public prayer, as well as for the recall of elected Phoenix public officials.

Is Graham aiming for the mayor, the city attorney or the council members?

Stay tuned.


Phx City Council meeting: Satanists to deliver prayer

January 30, 2016

Will Mayor Greg Stanton bow his PC head in reverence?

Political correctness is in full bloom in Phoenix. The blue city in a red state has struggled under liberal Democrat mayors since the embarrassing Phil Gordon held sway at City Hall from 2004  — until the equally left-wing Greg Stanton was elected in 2012.

Phoenix city government promotes the sham of non-partisan elections though it’s always been clear where political allegiances lie.

In typical liberal fashion, Stanton, who led the 2014 “gay pride” parade and officially recognized the Greater Phoenix Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, has now approved representatives of a local Satanic group delivering the invocation — previously known as the opening prayer — at the Council’s Feb. 17 meeting.

Read the Fox News coverage, which includes a reassuring claim from one of the Satanists who refused to disclose what the group was planning for the invocation, but said, “We don’t intend on doing anything offensive.”

By whose standards?


New Year 2016: Obama transforms America

December 31, 2015

Happy_New_Year

As we embark upon this New Year, there is no better time to renew our acquaintance with America’s founding documents: The Declaration of Independence, our U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

They have served us well. The least we can do is stay familiar with what they contain, hold our Republican House and Senate majorities accountable and ensure that our children know what blessings we have been given as a nation.

Then ponder this census clock, which gives us all something to think about:

One birth every 8 seconds — One death every 12 seconds — One “international migrant” (net) every 29 seconds.

May God bless us all in the coming year.


T’was the night before Christmas….

December 24, 2015

A_visit_from_St_Nicholas

As is our tradition, we present this charming image of Clement Clarke Moore’s original handwritten poem, “A Visit From Saint Nicholas.” It was penned in 1822 as a gift to his children. Here is the fulleasier to read version.

Enjoy Christmas Eve.


Students sing ‘Allah Akbar’ at holiday concert

December 20, 2015

Christmas morphs into excuse for absurd political correctness

A song of praise to Allah was considered appropriate and defended by the local school district at Blaine High School in Minnesota, who claim it supports “inclusion.”

Parents in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are questioning the decision to use a song about Ramadan performed in Arabic at a holiday concert.

‘Allah Akbar’ meaning ‘Allah is greater,’ has been the favored phrase used by jihadist terrorists as they commit their bloody carnage in the U.S. and around the world.

In this video report, reporter Todd Starnes asks if Christian songs such as “Jesus Loves Me” or “Onward Christian Soldiers” will be sung at the school during Ramadan. What do you think?


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