Tucker Carlson eviscerates overindulged, liberal college student

November 24, 2016

This vacuous punk wants to be an American history teacher. Imagine him propagandizing students with his personal perspective that allows him to view his own parents as being able to afford his pricey education through money they garnered profiteering from slavery. Unless they’re a couple of hundred years old, it’s a difficult argument to follow. They foot the bill for their son’s private Hampshire College tuition to the tune of $62,000 a year. Here’s an example of what’s influencing his judgment.


AZ GOP chair Robert Graham maneuvers for top RNC post

November 17, 2016

Like his mentor John McCain, Robert Graham stumbles over who the Republican nominee actually is, saying “in charge of the transition for Obama…I mean…Mr. Trump.”  (video 1:17)

You’ll recall John McCain confused Mitt Romney with Barack Obama during his endorsement speech for Mitt Romney.

When Arizona’s U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake refused to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump against radical leftist Democrat Hillary Clinton in the national primary election, Robert Graham went mute. He didn’t open his mouth when longstanding elected Republican precinct committeemen were systematically purged from their ranks and replaced with McCain sycophants, whose sole purpose is to vote for the McRINO officer slates at key state and county meetings.

SRAZ has written numerous articles about Robert Graham and his establishment ties. Here are just a few:

Sept. 28, 2016:  AZ GOP chair Robert (Mc)Graham gets testy when truth hurts

May 24, 2016:  McCain quandary: Court Latino voters or support Trump?

Apr. 8, 2016:     AZGOP Chair Graham facing demand for resignation

Jan. 22, 2016:   2 anti-establishment censures at AZ GOP meeting: McCain & Graham

Jan.11, 2016:    Robert Graham attempts to protect low level McCain operatives

Oct. 14, 2016:   Donald Trump recipient of Robert Graham’s major reversal?

July 30, 2015:   AZ GOP Graham misleads, blames; ignites war with LaFaro

July 22, 2015:   AZ GOP’s Robert Graham’s spiteful retribution

Apr, 15, 2016:   AZ GOP chair Robert Graham’s trickery exposed

Apr. 5, 2015:    Need more proof of McCain chokehold on AZGOP?

Dec. 2, 2015:   McCain so reviled GOP campaigning against him

Jan. 24, 2015    Sens. McCain, Flake rate boo-vation at AZ GOP meeting


Local fish wrap: Home of cutups and jesters?

November 5, 2016

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Although it was obviously not the intention of Dan Nowicki — McCain’s sycophantic assigned reporter at the Arizona Republic — his coverage of Mitt Romney’s visit to the East Valley to spread the McCain gospel to his fellow church members was nothing short of hilarious.

Nowicki writes that the “small crowd” which he generously estimated at 150 who showed up at the Chicago Cubs spring-training stadium was “no doubt depressed by the heavy rain, bitter wind and dangerous driving conditions.” Weather, not nearly as ominous as described, is a convenient excuse. Romney has never been able to turn out an Arizona crowd, regardless of the climate conditions, even in Mesa, where he should have cachet.

Romney spoke for all of ten minutes extolling McCain’s experience on the world stage and in the senate as a “bipartisan leader.” For conservative Republicans, who know the self identified “maverick” all too well, that translates as a turncoat colluder with the left.

Our post referencing Romney’s visit was much funnier, reminding our readers that brain-dead McCain couldn’t even remember who Romney is.  Watch this priceless 2012 campaign video as John McCain actually confuses then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney with Barack Obama. Then remind yourself McCain was four years younger then. The deterioration hasn’t improved with the passage of time.


McCain’s advice? Worth exactly what we pay for it

October 22, 2016

McCain outed as “vindictive and ethically challenged” by conservative magazine

Reliably classless and clueless John McCain is now giving advice on how to concede an election. This is a topic with which the twice failed presidential candidate has more than passing knowledge. Now in his 80s and arrogantly running for another 6-year term, McCain should brush up on his own advice. Armed with caches of lobbyist money, he routinely engages in deceit to attack his opponents. That’s his well honed modus operandi. Arizonans are slow learners, but growing numbers have had their fill and are refusing to vote for him this cycle.

The concession talk is an obvious slam aimed at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, from whom McCain clumsily withdrew his lukewarm endorsement  

Writing about John McCains retaliatory actions after being censured by elected GOP state delegates —  including colluding with Obama donors to remove conservative elected precinct committeemen from their unpaid positions,  FrontPagemag correctly noted:

 “There’s something obviously slimy about a powerful senator using out- of-state money to try and purge local critics in his own party. It’s anti-democratic and exactly the kind of thing that McCain, who claimed to be for campaign finance reform, was expected to oppose.

Except he’s been doing it for a while.

This is the problem with McCain. He’s not only a liberal Republican, but he’s vindictive and ethically challenged. He doesn’t seem to represent Arizona. He represents a handful of wealthy out-of-state donors trying to manufacture voters still willing to blindly pull the lever for him.”

Just a few of the countless examples of why inveterate liar and dangerous bumbler John McCain needs to be replaced are herehere, hereherehere and hereTake time to acquaint yourself with the information contained in these short linked videos.  It’s never been more important.  Early ballots are in your hands. Close of voting is just 17 days away.

Briefing Number Nine in the “Never McCain” series is titled McCain’s Poor Leadership. Click link to view.


AZ Republic glowingly endorses abuser for sheriff

October 13, 2016

Arpaio’s flawed challenger Paul Penzone funded by radical leftist billionaire George Soros who despises national borders

It’s no secret the open borders crew at the left-wing Arizona Republic have a vendetta against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. They’ve spent years bashing him, advocating for his defeat and hurling invectives his way. The in-tandem assaults are most often done as three prong attacks, using contrived stories masquerading as news reports, backed with hits from the two compliant columnists and a vicious cartoon thrown in, depicting career lawman Arpaio as a bozo with a badge.

This is the newspaper’s modus operandi.

No one listens to the rants from the newsosaur, which serves a diminished demographic of those who prefer day-old news in their driveway to the instantaneous internet. An endorsement from the Republic has increasingly become a political kiss of death. Much to their dismay, popular Sheriff Joe Arpaio continues to get reelected, despite the pre-primary endorsement of Dan Saban — who, as a Democrat, had previously lost to Arpaio and reprised that performance, this time as a newly minted Republican. The facile party switch was worthless. He still lost.

Now we see that the newspaper has turned its editorial page into the comics page. After going ballistic over Donald Trump’s decade-old taped private guy talk conversation, which we now know to have been intentionally leaked, the newspaper treats a violent man with a penchant for roughing up his former wife to its endorsement.

Where they are all too happy to pile on Donald Trump for words, the editorial board is more than willing to give Paul Penzone a pass for actions that resulted in orders of protection. In the weakest finale, the newspaper says “Penzone wants to try.  Voters should give him the chance.” 

The citizens of Maricopa County deserve more than problem-plagued retread candidate “trying” to do the tough work in one of the nation’s largest counties, in a state abutting the sieve-like border. He’s never uttered a word of commitment to doing so in either his previous or current campaign.

Sheriff Arpaio has been endorsed by the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, The Arizona Police Association, Arizona Association of Detention Officers, and National Border Patrol Council, representing the nearly 3,000 rank and file men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol in the Tucson Sector. Most importantly, he has repeatedly been endorsed by the voters of Maricopa County

Read Sheriff Joe’s impressive bio. Vote for him secure in the knowledge you’re voting for the best man for the job — Sheriff Joe Arpaio


Spare us Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Celebrate Columbus today

October 12, 2016

Christopher Columbus who was heralded for “sailing the ocean blue in 1492” is the latest victim to fall to the overarching lunacy of political correctness. In fact, Christopher Columbus is now regarded as a white exploiter of Indian tribes, bringing white men’s diseases from Europe and initiating the changing of the culture of the noble nomadic tribes, living in teepees and hogans, communicating via smoke signals and drums and without written languages.

President Benjamin Harrison established the Columbus Day holiday in 1892, the 400th anniversary of Columbus’ landing in the “New World” in 1492.

Next, the District of Columbia along with the cities Columbus, Ohio, Georgia, Mississippi and Indiana, will be forced to change their names. .Americans of Italian heritage should be outraged, but even Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, whose parents were Italian immigrants, voted to go along with the program, rationalizing that Phoenix doesn’t observe Columbus Day as a paid holiday. The move won’t rename an established celebration, as other cities have done — yet.


A frank discussion with Donald Trump

October 8, 2016

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has reportedly cancelled nearly $1.7 million in televised ads scheduled for the key states of Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio — as well as other buys in Colorado, Iowa, New England and Pennsylvania markets.

This decision coincides with the release of a decade old, open mic spew of vulgarities, for which Trump apologized Friday (video). Still, he was unable to resist impetuously leaving the door open to discuss Bill Clinton’s extramarital escapades.

Too easily distracted, Trump must focus on the needs of our nation.

This tit-for-tat strategy is pure folly. Bill Clinton is not running in this upcoming election. The issues are the enormous debt incurred by Barack Obama, which Hillary Clinton would expand upon as she promises free college tuition and increased benefits. Joblessness is on the rise. Social Security and government-funded health care are unsustainable and must be retooled. The flood of unable to be vetted “refugees” from terror sponsoring nations must come to an abrupt end.  Our border must be secured. In these uncertain times, it’s imperative we invest more in defense and rebuilding our military, long neglected by Obama — who prefers bowing to despots, heads of corrupt regimes and Muslim royalty on his global apology tour — to safeguarding American citizens. There is no question beefing up the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure is an issue of foremost importance. We are vulnerable on far too many fronts.

Republicans need to win this election, Mr. Trump. Redefine the perpetual pout and limit the adjectives. We heard you the first time. No need to repeat everything three times.

This isn’t rocket science. Alicia Machado was not the bait you should have taken in the first debate. Neither is attempting to cover your own crude statements by trying to make Bill Clinton’s conduct worse.  This is not a vulgarity contest.

Donald Trump needs to move past these distractions and discuss his vision for America. That’s the only message.

After eight years of the outrageous excesses of Barack Obama, this presidential election should have been a cake walk for Republicans. Instead key endorsers are peeling away and the campaign is on life support. It can be resurrected, but the clock is ticking. Stay on message, Mr. Trump.

We need you.