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.”

Jeb Bush’s funding partners raise troubling questions

October 1, 2015

Carson’s donations coming from average Americans, front runner Donald Trump is self funding

Patrick Howley, writing for Breitbart* exposes the disturbing connections between Jeb Bush’s oil shipping business — which is partly financed by far leftist billionaire George Soros’ Chinese business partner and protégé Chen Feng. The well-researched report is deserving of attention. 

If we’re known by the company we keep, there is no question Jeb! has some explaining to do. It will take an abundance of his practiced glibness to address these associations.

John McCain has more than a passing interest in Soros, which we reported in “John McCain cavorts with pal George $oros” in Jan. 2014.  Soros, according to WND, has been revving up McCain’s personal economy for over a dozen years!  As the intertwining becomes clearer, it’s no mistake that McCain has been complimentary regarding GOP establishment pick Jeb Bush‘s potential.

Here (must watch commercial first) Jeb Bush compares himself and his waning presidential campaign to John McCain, saying McCain won the Republican Primary even as his own campaign was faltering eight years ago. The crucial detail Bush omits is that winning the Primary is only half the battle.  It’s winning the General that matters. McCain’s short lived Primary victory ultimately gave us Barack Obama.

Marco Rubio, cut from the same cloth, is the slick-talking, pro-amnesty Gang of Eight member, who continues to join forces with John McCain. Most recently they aligned in bizarrely blaming Islamic terrorism on oppression.

Meanwhile, last night, just hours before the close of the third-quarter fundraising period, Ben Carson’s campaign announced he has raised more than $20 million during the last three months — doubling the $10.6 million he collected during the previous quarter.

The soft-spoken Christian neurosurgeon and political newcomer has converted rising polls numbers into hard cash. His aides said he has collected more than 600,000 donations since he launched his exploratory committee in early March. Carson has engaged average Americans, who are contributing to and fundraising for him. His campaign manager called Carson’s surge, “The new reality.”

* H/T SRAZ Commenter Saguaro Sam

Candidate donation solicitations speak McVolumes

September 30, 2015

Earth to candidates: We won’t be your “friend” unless you show conservative credentials

As the FEC deadline for the third fundraising quarter approaches tonight, political activists have been inundated with donation solicitations from candidates. There are the low-key requests and the fever pitched, agitated pleas — packing messages of doom unless the money rolls in.

The winner for employing the most desperate begging has to be Jeb!, who has had his wife, other family members and now his son trying to raise cash from the folks. His haughty sounding PAC, “Right to Rise,” speaks to his idea of expected ascendancy. The lobbyists are on board, but are getting edgy at his mostly single digit polling numbers.

George P., the Texas Land Commissioner and the latest Bush-in the-political-dynasty-wings, is begging on behalf of his seriously plunging dad. It won’t help. As SRAZ commenter, State Delegate so succinctly noted recently, Jeb is ready for the “political embalming fluid.” McCain has been complimentary regarding Jeb Bush‘s potential, which could account for his use of the word, ”Friends” in his solicitations.

Marco Rubio, the slick-talking, pro-amnesty Gang Of Eight member, who continues to join forces with John McCain in blaming Islamic terrorism on oppression, has a not-so-novel approach to his appeals for cash. Rubio addresses his prospective donors as “Friends.”

Why would any candidate seek to emulate this?

Donald Trump, able to self fund, is not imploring his followers for donations.

Dr. Ben Carson wisely addresses his supporters as “Fellow Conservatives,” as he talks about the dangers of political correctness which “prevent us from speaking honestly about our challenges, our differences and our culture.” This brain surgeon knows a thing or two about how the human mind functions.

He’s undoubtedly keenly aware few of us enjoy being so presumptuously addressed in McCain-speak.

KTAR broadcasts in Spanish: “The voice for a better AZ”

September 16, 2015

File this under “We couldn’t make this stuff up”

The radio trade paper NTS Media Online runs a riveting piece under the heading “Talk and Media News Notes.” The final item features Phoenix radio station KTAR doing a show Thursday night called “Hispanic in Arizona.” If you’re an English-speaking American, this is not the place for you, since the show will be entirely “en Espanol!”

This Thursday evening (9/17) KTAR-FM/Phoenix will host Hispanic In Arizona, a first of its kind, two-hour community roundtable discussion, with one hour to be broadcast exclusively in Spanish. Commenting on the upcoming special program, Bonneville/Phoenix VP Content and Operations Ryan Hatch said, “Our goal at KTAR News is to be the voice for a better Arizona and to connect with our community in a meaningful way. We’re very proud to be the first English-speaking radio station in Arizona history to host a show in Spanish.”

Some of our astute readers may remember an April Fool’s joke in 2009 when then local talk show host JD Hayworth ran an announcement from “The Commission” in “Washington, DC” stipulating that going forward KFYI would be REQUIRED to broadcast in Spanish for two hours each night. The spoof announcement ran in Spanish and English, and caused quite a commotion, though it was, of course, a joke.

Now, KTAR is actually doing it — and in the process, looks to replace the Periódico de la República de Arizona (Arizona Republic) on the “Politically Correct Pander Meter.”

Obama increases Muslim refugee surge into U.S.

September 13, 2015

What a surprise…citizens worldwide want to maintain their security, national identity

Reaction to Barack Obama announced intention to increase the number of Syrian refugees admitted into the United States to at least 10,000 in the fiscal year beginning in October was far less than mixed. Disapproval of the scheme that includes scant vetting was swift.

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY) responded by stating the obvious, “Our enemy now is Islamic terrorism, and these people are coming from a country filled with Islamic terrorists. We don’t want another Boston Marathon bombing situation.”

In her weekend column, “America’s Reckless Refuge for Jihad syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin addresses the same concerns with a fact-filled commentary. She writes,

“Our asylum and refugee programs are routinely abused by ordinary fraudsters and Islamic terror plotters alike. Our immigration enforcement failures are compounded by deadly illegal alien sanctuary policies, a deportation abyss that allows hundreds of thousands of deportation fugitives to run loose, and the persistent lack of a tracking system to identity and kick out millions of foreign visa overstayers.”

Thousands of anti-asylum demonstrators are flooding the streets of European nations demanding an end to rampant refugee resettlement from Muslim countries. Participants held flags and banners proclaiming, “Stop the Islamisation of Europe.”

“We’re here so the government hears our voice and abandons any plans to welcome Muslims,” stated one of the organizers.

In this ABC News report, a senior FBI official has admitted the U.S. is finding it virtually impossible to screen out terrorists that could be hiding among the thousands of Syrian “refugees” heading to American cities.

“The U.S. simply does not have the resources to stop Islamic radicals in Syria from slipping into the country through the State Department’s refugee-resettlement program,” said Michael Steinbach, deputy assistant director of the FBI’s counter terrorism unit.

Yet Barack Obama remains steadfastly committed to his stated mission to “fundamentally transform the United States of America,” while imperiling the security of our nation. The safety and security of Americans should not be a partisan issue, but not a Democrat voice is raised in opposition.

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.

McCain: “ISIS has nothing to do with reality of Islam”

September 5, 2015

Robert Spencer, writing for Jihad Watch rocks discerning Americans back on their heels with his commentary John McCain: “ISIS has nothing to do with the reality of Islam.”

Focusing on McCain’s abysmal ignorance, Spencer, whose latest book is titled, “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to ISIS,” notes McCain’s response to a question he was recently asked: How, as the senator of a state simmering with anti-Islam fervor, he would deal with what looks to many like a powder keg ready to explode?

John McCain responded, “Frankly, I think most citizens in this country and in Arizona know that Islam is a peaceful religion. I’ve never heard of this movement, and I like to think I keep up with everything going on.”

Watch this stunning example of Sen. McCain’s broad spectrum of knowledge.

McCain concluded, “Unequivocally, without a doubt, the religion of Islam is an honorable and reasonable religion [and that] ISIS has nothing to do with the reality of Islam.”

A much more reliable source for information regarding radicalized Islam is Arizonan Zuhdi Jasser, M.D., founder of American Islamic Forum for Democracy. AIFD‘s mission is to advocate for the preservation of the founding principles of the United States Constitution, liberty and freedom, through the separation of mosque and state. Dr. Jasser, a frequent guest on Fox News, can be seen discussing the bizarre lure of ISIS to American Muslims here:



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