Anchor babies taught vulgarity by proud illegal parents

November 5, 2015

Así que, ¿quién es racista?

In the event you missed this vile anti-Donald Trump video flying under the bland title, “Deport Racism,” we present it to you here. For those who wonder why Trump’s message regarding illegal immigration is igniting his poll numbers, wonder no more.

These children of illegals, who deride the term anchor babies that correctly describes them — although CNN considers it a “loaded term” and a “slur“ — are classic examples of the family values Republicrat Jeb Bush tells us exemplify the “act of love” that brings their parents to the United States. He views questioning that rationale as steeped in “harsh political rhetoric” and says their unlawful entry into our country “shouldn’t rile people up.”

After Jeb’s flaccid showing at the Oct. 28 Republican debate in Boulder, Colorado, conservative columnist Peggy Noonan described him as “The Not Ready for Prime Time Bush.”

His skewed views could explain why Jeb, the establishment’s anointed “inevitable candidate”  has now fallen to 4 percent in the most recent Fox News (page 3) and Quinnipiac (page 3) surveys.

Americans are clearly weary of double-talking amnesty proponents who pander to illegals, and are looking in new directions for leadership as we see our country collapsing. Thinking citizens realize we are running out of time.

MC School bond and override election results

November 3, 2015

The Nov. 2, 2015 election results for the bonds and overrides being sought by the Maricopa County school districts will be available after 8:00 pm.

CLICK HERE for the continually updated vote tabulation, provided by the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office. Mail-in ballots that were hand-carried to polling places today will not be included in this count.

Nearly thirty school districts across the Valley are asking taxpayers to once again approve school bonds and overrides.

We recently wrote this post, “But, but….it’s for the children,” regarding the never ending tax increases. The rest of us have to live within our means, but somehow schools remain exempt.

The state legislature just passed a bill that puts $3.5 billion into education to significantly impact Arizona schools — without raising taxes, while maintaining a balanced budget. This is being accomplished by utilizing the State Land Trust and drawing what Gov. Doug Ducey refers to as “a modest amount as a shrewd investment in our kids.”

Stay tuned.


Calif. approves “state sanctioned voter fraud”

October 14, 2015

Jerry Brown continues to expand right for illegals

California’s far left  Gov. Jerry Brown has signed the New Motor Voter Act — Bill 1461 — into law, effectively assuring illegals will be able to cast ballots in future elections.

The legislation automatically registers to vote all California residents when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses at the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Breitbart News quotes True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht saying, “This bill is terrible. It makes an already bad situation much, much worse,” adding that California’s registration databases “lack the necessary safeguards to keep non-citizens off the voter rolls.” She had urged Gov. Brown to veto the bill— to no avail.

Election Integrity Project of California President Linda Paine echoed that Assembly Bill 1461 “will effectively change the form of governance in California from a Republic whose elected officials are determined by United States citizens and will now guarantee that non-citizens will participate in all California elections going forward.” The Election Integrity Project of California had joined True the Vote to demand that Brown veto the bill, calling it a path to “‘state sanctioned’ voter fraud.”

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a co-sponsor of the legislation, issued this media release in support of the law saying, “The New Motor Voter Act will make our democracy stronger.” Padilla gushed, the newly signed law will “potentially add millions to California’s voter rolls.” 

“The New Motor Voter Act will make our democracy stronger by removing a key barrier to voting for millions of California citizens,” Padilla said in the statement. Referring to “residents” as “citizens,” Padilla said, “Citizens should not be required to opt in to their fundamental right to vote. We do not have to opt in to other rights, such as free speech or due process.”

In 2013, Brown signed Assembly Bill 60 which made illegal aliens living in California eligible to apply for driver’s licenses. It was the latest action to expand privileges for non-citizens in the nation’s most populous state. California already provides in-state tuition to illegals at all public colleges and universities. Brown also signed an inconceivable law allowing illegals to practice law in the state. In 2014, the San Jose Mercury News reports it was approved in a unanimous ruling by the California Supreme Court

The law allowing California residents to automatically register  to vote when obtaining a driver’s license, goes into effect Jan. 1, 2016, making millions of illegals eligible to vote in the presidential election.

Last year ago we posted ‘Have you heard? The USA is “the other Mexico.”  It’s filled with information well worth reviewing. This video clip of California Gov. Jerry Brown greeting Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is instructive. In response, Pena Nieto brassily called on other states to “evolve” like California so the United States can be more like his home country….. impoverished and crime ridden.

Jerry Brown stands as a monument of the insanity that undergirds liberalism.

Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam rally issues threats

October 11, 2015

Rallying cry: “Justice or Else”

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, Nation of Islam organizer Louis Farrakhan themed Saturday’s march “Justice or Else.” 

What exactly does that threat mean?

In 1995 when the first march took place, Farrakhan won some praise for exhorting black men to take responsibility for improving themselves, their families and communities. But the underlying theme was blaming what he called “white supremacy” for “suffering in the black community.”

Farrakhan, now 82, is still a notorious race baiter and hate monger. He took up that same mantel yesterday on the National Mall in DC, denouncing what he referred to as the “white establishment,” saying, “Moses was not an integrationist and neither are we. Let me be clear. America has no future for you or for me. She can’t make a future for herself, much less a future for us.”

He spoke of passing the torch to the younger generation, specifically mentioning “Black Lives Matter,” as the “future leadership.”

“These are not just young people who happened to wake up one morning. Ferguson ignited it all,” he said. “So to all the brothers and sisters from Ferguson who laid in the streets, all the brothers and sisters from Ferguson who challenged the tanks, we are honored that you have come to represent our struggle and our demands.”

Farrakhan neglected to mention the looting and destruction of small, family owned businesses or the deception of the “Hands up, don’t shoot” mantra.  He neglected to mention marchers vilifying police as they shouted, “Pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon.”  He didn’t talk about the tragedy of black-on-black murders making cities like Chicago resemble war zones. Missing from his racist diatribe was the fact that astronomical black out-of-wedlock births contribute to poverty, crime and high drop-out rates which sustain the terrible cycle. He was silent on the shouting down and silencing of a Democrat presidential candidate who was insensitive enough to say, “All Lives Matter,” and later apologized for his transgression.

America has twice elected a black president and Dr. Ben Carson, a black Republican neurosurgeon who rose up from the depths of poverty is riding high among white voters in the 2016 presidential polls.

Yet civil rights activist Benjamin Chavis, said, “There’s too much injustice, too much inequality, too much mass incarceration, too many situations in our community that need addressing, and that’s why we’re here today.”

Addressing problems needs to take place within black communities. Issuing threats and blaming others will not solve the systemic woes that keep the vicious cycle going. Involved parents, fathers in the home, stressing faith and the need for education will accomplish more than blaming and threatening. But reaching such goals is a lot tougher than spewing ill-placed vitriol.

Bill Nye, dedicated leftist, is no Science Guy

October 4, 2015

Incoherent pro-abortion ramblings appeal to media

We begin with the premise that Bill Nye is an odd duck. The comedy writer and entertainer who formerly toiled as a mechanical engineer before morphing into Bill Nye the bow-tie-wearing “Science Guy,” is a self-declared agnostic, a climate change advocate and an enthusiastic Obama supporter. He also holds a patent for never manufactured ballet shoes. With this whirlwind of activity surrounding him, he found time to get married, and remained a devoted husband, until be boogied 7 weeks after exchanging vows.

Nye has won the praise of liberal media outlets since taking on the topic of abortion — an issue with which he exhibits limited understanding — though the lame-stream media delightedly fawn over him.

NewsBusters’ Katie Yoder exposes the Bible bashing, farcical scientific “expert”  in 10 Worst Media Headlines Applauding Bill Nye’s Abortion Video.

After reading her report, watch the absurd video, in which Nye claims pro-life views are “just a reflection of a deep scientific lack of understanding and you literally or apparently literally don’t know what you’re talking about.”

Sounding more like a teen than the scientist he alleges to be, Nye says:

“And so when it comes to women’s right with respect to their reproduction, I think you should leave it to women. This is really – you cannot help but notice — I’m not the first guy to observe this, you have a lot of men of European descent passing these extraordinary laws based on ignorance. Sorry you guys. I know it was written or your interpretation of a book written 5,000 years ago, 50 centuries ago, makes you think that when a man and a woman have sexual intercourse they always have a baby. That’s wrong and so to pass laws based on that belief is inconsistent with nature. I mean it’s hard not to get frustrated with this, everybody. But you can’t tell somebody what to do. I mean she has rights over this, especially if she doesn’t like the guy that got her pregnant. She doesn’t want anything to do with your genes, get over it, especially if she were raped and all this. So it’s very frustrating on the outside, on the other side. We have so many more important things to be dealing with. We have so many more problems to squander resources on this argument based on bad science, on just lack of understanding.”

“I really encourage you to look at the facts. So I just really encourage you to not tell women what to do and not pursue these laws that really are in nobody’s best interest. Just really be objective about this. We have other problems to solve everybody. Come on. Come on. Let’s work together.”

AZ’s 3 university prez, coach, net huge pay raises, bonuses

September 26, 2015

In this March 7. 2015 statement from the Arizona Board of Regents, we read, “Universities were dealt a big blow in the fiscal year 2016 budget with $100 million in cuts. Cuts to university budgets represent 63 percent of all hard cuts made in the name of balancing the state budget.”  But ABOR president Eileen Klein also notes, “Our governor challenged our state to think big.”

That “challenge” was obviously taken literally with the massive salary, benefits and 6-figure performance bonuses “for meeting goals,” being doled out to the presidents of Arizona State University (Michael Crow), University of Arizona (Ann Weaver Hart)  and Northern Arizona University (Rita Cheng). Cheng, the most recent hire, didn’t fare as well as her peers  — this year.

Crow took a $10,000 hit for falling short of the “benchmark” of bachelor degrees conferred. 

As they were distributing the big bucks Thursday, the regents generously threw in a $200,000 pay increase for ASU’s head football coach. Todd Graham’s annual salary now skyrockets to $3 million a year — excluding bonuses.

We recommend you read the facts and figures — printed in the daily newspaper — on an empty stomach.

Pesky emails: Douglas’ Bradley reprising Huppenthal?

September 9, 2015

AZ Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas’ headaches grow

There must be something in the water at the Arizona Department of Education. The Superintendent’s chief of staff Michael Bradley is doing a good imitation of John Huppenthal, his beleaguered boss’ equally beset predecessor.

Huppenthal found himself in hot water after he was exposed as the anonymous commenter on numerous blogs — including this one — which he visited during work hours as well as in the wee hours when the insomniac was unable to sleep. KPHO-TV 5 carried this report at the time. The decade’s long, serial office holder ultimately lost the 2014 primary election to Diane Douglas in a 58 to 41 percent upset.

Fast forward. Though Bradley asserts he was sick and sending emails from home, his problems arose when contacting the Arizona Alliance of Black School Educators regarding the group’s possible support of the recall of his boss. Bradley works for Diane Douglas, the current state Superintendent of Public Instruction who is the subject of a recall effort.

Now Max Goshert, the recall’s chairman, has filed a complaint with the state Attorney General’s Office accusing Bradley of breaking state law by engaging in political activities on state time.

The rest of the story is sure to unfold. carries the Capitol Media Services report which details the current fiasco.


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