Fem Dems take the term “swearing-in” seriously

January 5, 2019

On her first day in office, newly elected U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, (DS-MI) began her career with a vulgar assault (video) on President Donald Trump.

Speaking at a D.C. reception hosted by the radically leftist, Soros-funded  group MoveOn.org, the Muslim congresswoman related an exchange with her son on election night. 

Tlaib, a member of the Democrat Socialists of America who ran unopposed in the General Election, quoted her son saying, “Mama, look, you won. Bullies don’t win.” Her response was far from typical of the way most mothers would interact with their child, “Baby, they don’t. Because we’re gonna go in there, we’re gonna impeach the motherf**ker.”

Representing Michigan’s 13th Congressional District, a minority majority district, she advocates for the abolishment of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and supports free health care and free college. The daughter of Palestinian immigrants, she is an ardent opponent of the nation of Israel. She is one of 14 children in a family that accessed welfare benefits.

Unlike Rashida Tlaib, who took her oath of office with her hand on the Quoran, Arizona freshman class Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, a self-identified bi-sexual, also known for her crude language, opted for a volume of Arizona Revised Statutes, a law book that includes both the U.S. and Arizona Constitutions. Previously describing herself an atheist, she now has the distinction of being the only senator to declare herself “religiously unaffiliated.” God is only invoked when she swears.

Keep extremist U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old Bronx-born Puerto Rican in your sights, as well. She didn’t take her oath on the Communist Manifesto, though it fits her agenda. She says she wants to impose a 70% tax on “the rich,” though she doesn’t identify who they are, nor does she acknowledge that the wealthiest Americans already pay the highest federal taxes, while many others pay none at all.

Like Tlaib, Ocasio-Cortez is member of the Democratic Socialists of America. She worked as a community organizer for Democrat Socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in 2016.  Ocasio-Cortez ran on a far-left platform which includes abolishing ICE, race-based leniency for minority criminals, tuition-free college and universal healthcare.

Hillary Clinton called conservatives “deplorables.” Think of these three women as “indistinguishables.”  Shocking as it is, as public schools dumb down America’s students teaching global warming and recycling rather than broad based American and world history, there are sure to be more following in their footsteps. 

Although capitalism has been the most dynamic force for economic advancement, delivering countless millions out of the depths of poverty, raised living standards to once-unimaginable heights and enabled an unprecedented flourishing of productive creativity, young Americans are not impressed (video).  It was the support of 18 to 34 year old millennials that made Socialist Bernie Sanders an unlikely presidential contender, although he was older than many of their grandparents …who, through years of experience,  are more likely to be Republicans.

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Trump Derangement Syndrome, personified

December 30, 2018

 Customer’s MAGA cap and pro-Trump T-shirt send nutcase clerk into frenzied rant

If you haven’t seen this video, know this: They walk among us.  If you’ve seen it previously, watch it again to remind yourself that the only rational way to deal with radical leftists is to vote for the conservatives on the ballot and send President Trump back for a second term in 2020.


Court rules pregnant moms’ drug use not child abuse

December 29, 2018

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in its collective wisdom, reversed the decision of a lower court and has ruled that women who use illegal drugs while pregnant can’t be considered perpetrators of child abuse against their newly born children, under the state’s child protection law.

Why, you might ask?

In the 16-page opinion, issued Friday, in which the mother is anonymously referred to by initials, the court’s majority determined the law’s definition of a child doesn’t include fetuses or unborn children —- opining victims of perpetrators must be children —- “a person under 18 years of age” —- just not too far under that interpretation.

A 1997 statute specifically exempts pregnant women and abortion providers from facing charges in the death of a pre-born baby.

Two justices who dissented waffled, saying what should matter is when the injury manifests itself, and that can be after the child is born.

This case involves a newborn girl who was hospitalized for 19 days last year undergoing treatment for drug addiction that caused severe withdrawal symptoms. Her mother resumed drug use after being released from jail two weeks before the baby was born in January 2017. At the time of birth, she tested positive for opiates, marijuana and benzodiazepines.

The mother’s lawyer, David S. Cohen, called the high court’s decision a victory for public health and the rights of women and children. His client does not have custody of the child. Though not surprising, the Pennsylvania branch of the far left American Civil Liberties Union also holds the opinion that women should not face criminal charges for using illicit drugs while pregnant saying it stigmatizes them and makes them fearful.

In Pennsylvania, pre-born children are not fortunate enough to legally count, although they are able to have life saving, in utero surgery performed on their tiny living bodies.

Five of the seven Justices are Democrats.


Facts re: judicial order restricting Trump’s border security 

November 24, 2018

Those of us who pay attention are aware of the Nov.19, judicial decision resulting in a nationwide restraining order barring President Donald Trump from denying asylum to caravans of illegal aliens who cross over the southern border between legitimate points of entry.

After advocates for the thousands of foreign invaders from Central America did some judge shopping, they found their ideal black-robed decider on the United States District Court for the Northern District of California,

How much do any of us know about Judge Jon Steven Tigar? He fits the metric for an Obama appointee. The former San Francisco public defender graduated from UC Berkeley School of Law. And as an immigrant himself, his bias is clearly with  the illegal border crossers. The difference is, he arrived legally from London, England, where his father was a law professor. But when there is an opportunity to constrain the Republican President of the United States, the lines predictably blur.

Michael Cutler, writing for FrontPagemag provides an in-depth report in which he concludes the judge’s ruling “ignores the Constitution, the 9/11 Commission Report and common-sense.”  Cutler’s impressive bio and previous articles can be read here.

Federal judge blocks Trump’s asylum ban on illegal aliens,“ is highly recommended reading to bring us up to speed on the federal judiciary’s attempts to hamstring President Trump’s efforts to provide security to America’s citizens and expect our sovereign border to be respected.

Previous generations of immigrants came legally — often processed through Ellis Island. They were eager to learn English, acclimate and became proud Americans taking our nation‘s history as their own. Today we are told to “Press One for Spanish.” Using California as a template, these facts from the California Department of Education’s Language Census: Fall 2017 stand out:

A total of 2,637,412 students (English Learners and Fluent English Proficient) speak a language other than English in their homes. This number represents about 42.3 percent of the state’s public school enrollment.

Americanization is now a contemptible goal. We are no longer a “melting pot,” but rather a “salad bowl,” of distinct ethnicities where diversity, rather than unity, is celebrated. Hyphenated Americans have become the norm. And a single Obama-appointed judge like Jon S. Tigar wields more power than our elected president.


Illegals can’t speak English but can say,“Asylum”

November 19, 2018

Coached by their advocates and legal advisers, a new wave of Central American illegal invaders estimated at 7,000 are causing havoc at the California border and creating problems in Mexico, which refuses to accommodate them though allowing them passage through the country to invade the United States. Tactically posed photos depict women and children but the facts indicate the majority are young, unaccompanied men.

Texas Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert tells (video) Fox News’ Leland Vittert, “[Voters] have already held the House responsible … if we don’t fund this now –– it’s not going to happen.”

Gohmert is correct, of course. Thanksgiving is nearly here and the Christmas holidays are fast approaching, leaving little time for the current Republican-led House to fund the wall. The brief window is closing. After January, the new Democrat majority House members will be sworn in and funding for the wall will be nothing more than a fantasy. Democrats view the hordes of illegals as potential voters.

Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow in classics and military history at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, former California State University (Fresno) professor, commentator and author, wrote this prophetic article for City Journal in 2002, Do we want Mexifornia? in which he addressed the flood of illegal immigration into California raising urgent questions that the whole nation must face.

We’re living in that future now.


Latest lunacy from the left invades news, ASU

October 7, 2018

We read the AZ Republic so you don’t have to

The Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic newspaper appears to be on a quest to outdo its own excesses.

First, a bit of levity which is deserving of being called, “a good for a laugh” headline:

“As Sen. Jeff Flake stokes White House speculation, his political brand seems in tatters.”

No kidding? Flake is not running for reelection to his single term senate post due to 18% approval ratings, no doubt exacerbated by his relentless brutalization of President Donald Trump. As Trump’s numbers continue to soar, Flake’s have tanked. If he can’t generate support in his home state, it’s unlikely he’d fare better elsewhere, though he’s irrationally been to the primary battleground state of New Hampshire twice recently.

On Saturday, as the Supreme Court confirmation vote was taken, one of the radical hooligans in the senate gallery yelled out, calling Jeff Flake, “a coward.” These are the same people he has actively courted, and are now turning on him. No wonder his eyebrows are down-turned and his perpetual smirk has been replaced by the pained look of a man with inflamed hemorrhoids.

Moving right along, we’ll give you a front page headline under a photo of a person resembling the newspaper’s editorial page editor, Phil Boas, though sporting long hair. You’ll remember him as the man responsible for overseeing the in-tandem opinion pieces — some masquerading as reports — persistently hammering and working double-time to remove Sheriff Joe Arpaio from the elected office he held for an unprecedented six four-year terms. Arpaio is Boas’ father-in-law.

But, no. The photo is not Boas, but a person named Natalie Diaz. Below the photo is this headline: “ASU poet gets MacArthur ‘genius’ grant, worth $625 K.”

Turns out the “genius” is “one of only 25 people nationwide to receive such a bounty. And what sets this poet who works in the ASU English Department apart from the academic herd?  According to the report, “Her poetry draws on her experiences as a Mojave American and Latina to challenge the mythological and cultural touchstones underlying American Society.” There’s even more that makes Diaz so deserving of the prize money.

In addition to Latina, Diaz self identifies as ‘queer and indigenous” expressing hope “to offer visibility to queer people and show how they have been hurt and erased. Also how they deserve and express love.”

If you thought the English Department was a safe space for your college students, think again. There is probably an assignment on “Toxic Masculinity,“ which is actually being considered as a course for integration into Minnesota kindergartens.

 The Chicago-based John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is a “philanthropic” organization with assets of approximately $7 billion that supports the promotion of leftist causes such as “over incarceration, global warming and nuclear risk,” as it “continues its historic commitments to the role of journalism in a responsible and responsive democracy.”

Get it?


Diversity: Our strength or demise?

September 16, 2018

Hyphenated Americans display dual allegiances, lack full commitment to the United States

Today SRAZ is taking Patrick J. Buchanan up on his invitation to share his columns.  It was difficult choosing which one to use, but because we are Tucker Carlson fans, the decision went in favor of his displaying the temerity to inquire of the left, “How, precisely, is diversity our strength? Since you’ve made this our new national motto, please be specific.”

The question was raised after he played clips of Democrat politicians reciting what has become an fundamental ‘truth’ of modern liberalism.

You’ll findThe Unpardonable Heresy of Tucker Carlson,” to be worthy of your time and attention.

This video excerpt of Tucker Carlson’s show features startling demographic numbers. In 1990, the small community of Storm Lake, Iowa had a mere 1.1% foreign born population. Today over half of the residents don’t speak English at home.

Carlson interviews U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, (R-PA), the former mayor of Hazelton, Pennsylvania.  In 2000, less than 2% of the population was Hispanic. Today, fewer than 20 years later, Hazelton is majority Hispanic, thanks to mass illegal immigration.

Hamtramck, Michigan had two Bangladeshi residents in 1990. Today the city is majority Muslim.  

Diversity is obviously not our strength, since we see it overpowering the predominant culture without any input from the citizens whose families have resided in these communities for generations — many with immigrant family roots themselves.  The difference lies in the fact that previous generations of immigrants came to the U.S. legally, processed through Ellis Island (from 1892 – 1954), and were grateful for the opportunity to be Americans. They learned English, prioritized education for their children and accepted our nation’s history as their own. That adaptation was known as Americanization — unfortunately a passé concept today.