AZ Gov. Hobbs signs executive order prioritizing ethnic black hair

March 20, 2023

Political atonement for discriminating against Talonya Adams?

Though Arizona’s public school test scores have lagged behind national scores, and were further negatively impacted by COVID school closures backed by teacher’s union members, democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs has other considerations that she prioritizes as it comes to Arizona‘s children.

Her focus is hair. And not just any hair. Hobbs has prioritized ethnic black hair. Her preposterous Executive Order titled, “Prohibiting Race-Based Hair Discrimination,” dated March 17, 2023 has to be read to be believed.

According to the 2020 U.S. decentennial Census (the most recent available), Black Arizonans comprised fewer than 5 percent of Arizona’s population — but they overwhelmingly vote democrat, so their hair matters to Hobbs.

This shockingly dismal Arizona Schools Report Card made available by the Arizona Department of Education under former Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, a democrat, heralded the promotion of “equity” as standards. Grades were given short shrift.

State Superintendent of Schools Tom Horn, a Republican who previously served as Arizona’s elected attorney general, is back in charge of Arizona’s schools having won reelection as superintendent. Given his past successes in elevating Arizona’s educational standards and scores, Hoffman’s dismal record will be noted for the failure it was.

Hobbs defeated Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake by less than a single percentage point, 50.3% to 49.6%, which is hardly a mandate for Hobbs who continually wields a Janet Napolitano-style veto pen. That underhanded tactic earned the former governor —an open border advocate — who resigned to join the Obama administration, the nickname “J-N0.” Democrats govern by demagoguery. Republicans produce results.

For Gov. Katie Hobbs to prioritize black hair is absurd, but it‘s clearly a tactic to gain the good will of the black voters she needs to bolster her image after her unsavory involvement in the Talonya Adams saga. Talonya Adams, a black staff attorney and policy advisor was fired by then-senate minority leader Hobbs for wanting to be paid a salary commensurate with her white, male counterparts. Adams was paid $30,000 less.

This brief U.S, District Court order shows an impaneled jury awarded senate staff lawyer Talonya Adams — who represented herself in court — nearly $3 Million dollars after being discriminated against by Katie Hobbs.

Project Veritas posted ‘Disappearing Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate,’ during the 2022 campaign. In it Hobbs said, “I don’t want to talk politics with anyone I don’t know.” That must be the reason she refused to participate in the KAET-TV political debate…the only candidate for any statewide office to ever take that stance since the debates began decades ago.


U.S. Sen. Cassidy holds Treasury Secretary Yellen’s feet to the fire on Social Security

March 17, 2023

Sen. Cassidy, (R-LA), has a resume most could only aspire to, but never equal. He is also knowledgeable enough to smell rotten baloney when it’s being tossed his way as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen attempted to do Thursday.

Appearing before the Senate’s Finance Committee, Yellen was repeatedly asked by Republicans about the lack of a Social Security plan in Pres. Biden’s recent budget proposal and democrats’ false claims that Republicans intend to slash the program. Sen. Cassidy stated that he is involved in bipartisan talks on the matter, but has been unable to schedule an Oval Office meeting to discuss them further.

This White House “fact sheet” titled, “The President’s Budget: Extending Medicare Solvency by 25 Years or More, Strengthening Medicare, and Lowering Health Care Costs,“ double talks and attempts to obscure the pressing problems of the severely under-funded program, while obviously omitting from the Ponzi scheme that younger American workers paying for the benefits their grandparents are currently accessing, will be left without funding in their own retirement years.

The Social Security Act, signed into law in 1935 by democrat Pres. Franklin Roosevelt, created Social Security, regarded as a federal safety net for elderly and unemployed Americans. The main stipulation of the original Social Security Act was to pay financial benefits to retirees over age 65 based on lifetime payroll tax contributions. In 1935, the life expectancy of the average American male was 59, so it worked out well with few able to collect. Social Security did not extend to widows and children until 1939. The average salary in 1935 was $471 a year. The average salary of high earners in that time period was $1,070 per year.     

On Feb. 13, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) reintroduced The Social Security Expansion Act in Congress, expanding individual’s benefits by an additional $2,400 a year. A Socialist masquerading as an Independent, Sanders (who caucuses with the dems) will have more support from dems in pushing the initiative, as they face upcoming elections and their constituents irrationally think these unsustainable, expansive programs are free.

Silicon Valley Bank amid other bank failures: A cause for alarm

March 13, 2023

Are bank catastrophes the new normal under Biden‘s economy?

Despite Silicon Valley Bank being named one of America’s Best Banks in 2022 by Forbes’ 13th annual look at America’s Best Banks, winning #15 out of the 100 largest publicly-traded banks based on growth, credit quality and profitability, it has taken a major nosedive. SVB was shut down Friday after it lost $2 billion in a liquidity crisis — becoming largest failure since the Great Recession. The bank is scheduled to reopen this morning under federal ownership.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has issued this updated and concerning press release titled, “FDIC Creates a Deposit Insurance National Bank of Santa Clara to Protect Insured Depositors of Silicon Valley Bank, Santa Clara, California.” Intending to be reassuring, it strikes fear in anyone who is paying attention. The press release states,” Silicon Valley Bank had 17 branches in California and Massachusetts,” using the past tense.

Federal regulators also seized New York regional bank Signature Bank. Signature becomes the third-largest bank to ever fail in the U.S., behind Silicon Valley Bank and Washington Mutual in 2008. First Republic Bank stock plunged by 63% this morning, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The No Fear Act heralded on the FDIC’s website has nothing to do with American’s fear of losing their savings, but is a trendy diversion and inclusivity site focusing on the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion and the production of annual reports of status and progress to Congress, the attorney general, the Office of Personnel Management, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Losing sight of the reason for its existence, Silicon Valley Bank needs to focus on what caused customers to access its services and leave the leftwing inclusion jargon to the Bidencrats.

Biden’s Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, a democrat who previously was appointed by Barack Obama, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on January 25, 2021, by this roll call vote of 84-15. Only 15 Republicans voted against her conformation.

No doubt dems new holiday will be a paid day off

March 9, 2023

Leftists want March 1st to be memorialized as “COVID–19  Victims Memorial Day”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D-MA) introduced a resolution that would make March 1, “COVID–19  Victims Memorial Day”

Arizona democrat Greg Stanton (CD-4), not to be outdone, has recently introduced this House resolution to make the first Monday in March “Covid-19 Victims and Survivors Memorial Day.” It also includes an Annual Covid Memorial Day Virtual Vigil…which translates to one not actually taking place.

But that’s just the icing on the demonstrably unpalatable COVID cake being baked by democrats. Among its many provisions is this tidbit: It would also “authorize $50 million in emergency supplemental funding to HHS to provide data collection on the racial and ethnic implications of COVID-19, including supporting the capacity of building in-state and local health departments to collect and transmit racial and ethnic data.”

That’s a bargain. Last year it was $90 Million.

Not only were we unaware the COVID virus was racially biased, but it necessitated the need for $millions in emergency supplemental funding to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to conduct or support data collection on the racial and ethnic implications of the non-discriminatory disease. Dems want every bit of information on us they can accumulate and this senate contrivance provides the format.

Wokeism exposed by the brilliant Victor Davis Hanson

March 4, 2023

No amount of flattery is sufficient to describe the national treasure that is exemplified by prolific author Dr. Victor Davis Hanson, whose impressive credentials include being a distinguished fellow of the Center for American Greatness. He is also a classicist and historian at the Hoover Institution and Stanford University. Today we present his most recent column which is, as we have previously noted with others, “guaranteed to make us all smarter.”

Regardless of the need to change the air filters, trim some trees or fill the gas tank, make time to read his most recent column, “The Woke Wrecking Machine.”  You’ll be wiser for doing so.

Wokeism is alive and well at Arizona State University, where president Michael Crow‘s base salary is $809,846. Crow received a $90,000 bonus for the 2021-2022 school year in addition to numerous other perks, including housing and vehicle use, and bonuses for achieving additional goals, according to this report in ASU‘s State Press. Crow’s wife, Dr. Sybil Francis, is also on the payroll as reported by the Phoenix New Times in 2017.

Pay attention. This epidemic rivals COVID, but there is no immunization.

Biden: “I don’t know anyone who’s worried about inflation”

February 17, 2023

Joe and his cohorts blame Putin, Trump’s tax cuts, then call their economic disaster “temporary and transitory”

H/T RNC Research

2024 pre-election analysis: blue states lose residents

February 13, 2023

Blue states face mass exoduses, red states need to brace for the harsh impact

Joe Concha, media and political columnist for The Hill, has recently written ‘The new red wave is already here.’  He writes, “Recent U.S. Census data underscore a grim reality for the biggest blue states: More people are leaving states such as California, New York and Illinois than moving to them.

The exodus is real: California lost nearly 350,000 residents in 2022, while New York lost about 300,000 and Illinois saw more than 140,000 go elsewhere, per Census numbers. Other states, including New Jersey (-64,231), Massachusetts (-57,292) and Pennsylvania (-39,957), also saw large numbers of residents say goodbye.”

Call it a roaring red wave of the 2020s. And this time, it’s actually materialized, unlike during the red wave that was predicted for the 2022 midterm elections.

Concha noted the three contributing factors to the flight are Taxes, Crime and Traffic. He supports his statistics with verifiable data from the annual U-Haul Growth Index and the Internal Revenue Service.

Reminder: Biden sought to freeze SS, Medicare, Medicaid

February 12, 2023

As Delaware Senator Biden bragged about freezing programs he now campaigns on maintaining

H/T Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.)

Liar George Santos has an AZ rival named Christian Lamar

January 30, 2023

The name George Santos, who was a proficient enough liar to get elected to congress in New York, is emblazoned in our memories since his whoppers were ongoing and his actions outrageous. The link in the previous sentence contains a national news report revealing his preposterous lies.

Christian Lamar, a repeat, though losing, Arizona legislative candidate, was just elected as one of three to a low level obscure CD8 Member-at-Large post at the GOP meeting on Saturday, which he will use as a stepping stone for public office. The other two elected to the post were a state legislator and district chairman.

Lamar lacks any credentials, though he was previously charged and convicted of hitting his live-in girlfriend and coming after her with a frying pan while he was intoxicated. This occurred following a fight they had at a casino. Lamar maintained his innocence, despite three courts upholding the conviction. He then ludicrously filed a civil rights lawsuit against the female responding officer, the Phoenix Police Department, the city and other departments over the arrest, claiming his Fifth and 14th Amendment rights were violated and the investigation was maliciously turned against him due to his race and gender. Christian Lamar sought $7 million in damages, which was tossed by a federal judge. Had he won, he would have been made rich on the backs of law-abiding taxpayers, whose votes he continually seeks.

Christian Lamar was also the subject of a civil lawsuit brought by Midland Funding in 2021.

Roll up your sleeves: Project Veritas’ shocking new COVID exposé

January 28, 2023

Pfizer exec discusses mutating COVID, necessitating new vaccines

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, there were three vaccines approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with the Food and Drug Administration. They were manufactured by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. Americans waited in long lines, sometimes entire families in cars, hoping for the jab through rolled down windows. We felt secure and safe from death by taking the “free” vaccines and carrying a card attesting to the fact. Not only were we safe, but we were keeping others safe.  It was a noble endeavor.

Of course, as the saying goes, “There‘s no free lunch…or for that matter, inoculations. There are costs associated with every phase of the process, from selling the reliability of the vaccine to the public, requiring even the reluctant to be vaccinated or risk losing their jobs, being booted out of school or the military, which many made their careers. Masks came with the territory.  Restaurants, theaters and stores shuttered since engaging in such previously routine actions were deemed risky. Many resorted to buying groceries online to avoid exposure to the terrifying disease. Schools closed and children fell behind. Holiday gatherings were considered too dangerous.

Now, thanks to James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas, we learn an even more repulsive truth from a Pfizer executive. So accustomed were the pharmaceutical companies to raking in big bucks providing the inoculations, they are now even considering creating a mutant that the government — funded by our taxes — can construct another antidote and force us, under penalty, to take.  

Click on the link below and watch as Pfizer exec Jordon Trishton Walker discusses mutating COVID, necessitating new vaccines.