AZ Republic peddles the fraud of moral relativism

August 22, 2016

In what is clearly not a coincidence, the Arizona Republic runs two articles a single day apart. Each deals with faith.  Article One, titled, “The Many Faces of One Faith,“ is three pages in length. The faith in question is Islam. The oversized quote accompanying the report is attributed to Hani Rahal, identified as Leader of Al-Mahdi Benevolent Foundation. His quote? “Many Americans are afraid of the unknown, they don’t know what Islam is.”

In fact, in recent years Americans have come to know what certain adherents of Islam tell us and show us it is.  No rational observer believes all Muslims follow such beliefs, though this National Review report, Obama’s Bad Math on Islamic Terrorism, is rife with disturbing polling data and specifics that give rise to suspicions. It also makes the point that Muslims are no more fundamentally bad than Christians or Jews. But it is not true, as Barack Obama has said, “99.9 percent of Muslims” reject Islamic terrorism. Obama’s 99.9 percent figure is demonstrably false. Pew Research has polled the issue extensively. In surveys of the Muslim populations of nine majority-Muslim countries, an average of 57 percent have an unfavorable view of al-Qaeda, not 99.9 percent. Thirteen percent have a favorable view of al-Qaeda, not 0.1 percent. 

Article Two in the Sunday edition uses an almost 90-year-old Holocaust survivor to make the point that she was hated merely for who she was. The horrors she endured have no relationship to mainstream American Muslims, though that is the point attempting to be made. The Nazis rounded up 6-million Jews and millions of others and sent them to death camps where they were starved and subjected to unspeakable atrocities, then gassed or put into ovens. American Muslims, described as being about 70 percent Democrat, live ordinary lives here. There are no parallels to 1930’s and 40’s Europe.

The elderly Holocaust victim was led down the Primrose Path by columnist Karina Bland, who specializes in midlife travails and was clearly over her head in making this moral equivalency on behalf of introducing individual Valley Muslims and their faith.

The differences are stark. European Jews did not commit heinous crimes in the name of God. They did not behead, bomb, drive massive trucks through crowds engaged in outdoor festivities with their children. They did not butcher or strap on suicide vests to randomly slaughter wedding attendees, shoppers or diners. They did not commandeer commercial airliners and fly them into skyscrapers. They did not hand out candy to their children as they celebrated wholesale slaughters, accompanied by joyful shouts of “Allahu Akbar!” which translates to “Allah is greater!”  — meaning Allah Is Greater Than Your God or Government. Robert Spencer of “Jihad Watch” provides a more complete explanation.

Islam is fundamentally different than the religions of Christianity or Judaism. Islam, the fastest growing worldwide, demands strict adherence to its precepts, which are often incompatible with our Constitutionally granted freedoms, since it seeks dominance. Tom Trinko at “American Thinker” provides an in-depth analysis in his column, Islam: Not Just a ReligionFor the Arizona Republic to use an elderly victim to try to convince us otherwise is reprehensible but understandable, as Obama opens America’s  floodgates to hundreds of thousands of unable to be vetted Muslim “refugees.”


AZ Republic endorses McCain in deceitful editorial

July 29, 2016

Truth takes a hike as open border stance gets front and center treatment

The fact that the open border crew at the Arizona Republic endorsed amnesty advocate John McCain comes as no surprise. After over three decades in Washington, D.C. the 80-year-old liberal who has made a career of deceptively capitalizing on an “R” alongside his name, and is anathema to conservatives, is brazenly running for another six-year term.

What is surprising is that the newspaper doesn’t let facts get in the way of its agenda. Examples include the blatant falsehoods concerning two of McCain’s challengers. Front runner Dr. Kelli Ward, a family practice physician, is identified as having served “two years in the Arizona Senate.” It was actually four years — two terms that were two years each. It would seem anyone entrusted with writing a pre-election endorsement would be inclined to check these easily attainable facts. Is the sloppiness intentional or the hallmark of those who choose to diminish  experience? Being a state senator with a penchant for voting “present” nearly 130 times instead of taking a stance, was considered significant enough to springboard Barack Obama to the presidency.

In describing  Alex Meluskey, the editorialist calls him a “GOP Party activist.”  In fact, the primarily self-funded Meluskey was registered as a PND, Party Not Designated, prior to deciding to run for the U.S. Senate. When the newspaper wants to spin, it doesn’t allow pesky facts to get in its way.

The premise of the endorsement is that McCain is prepared to lead in a dangerous world. Aside from irrationally befriending Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi and assisting him in obtaining military weaponry. McCain tweeted out that after visiting him at his Libyan “ranch” the murderous dictator was “an interesting man.”

The editorial fails mention the fact that McCain has been censured by elected members of his own party at a statewide meeting. It omits his longtime association with George Soros, who has funded him since 2001.

Here is an example of McCain’s vast knowledge regarding Mideast turmoil.  McCain posing with ISIS terrorists, who he referred to as “freedom fighters.” Here he is in a 2008 CBS News clip speaking with reporters in Jordan and exhibiting abysmal ignorance of who the extremists and terrorists even are. He was immediately corrected by far more knowledgeable then-Sen. Joseph Lieberman while an obviously embarrassed Lindsey Graham hung his head. On the home front, here’s McCain exhibiting his disturbing lack of knowledge on economic matters.

The newspaper absurdly credits McCain with taking on the VA hospital scandal in which veterans were denied much needed care, resulting in needless deaths while administrators were paid astronomical salaries. It erupted right here in Arizona, under John McCain’s nose. He only reacted when it was politically expedient. McCain, who has served as a “legacy” adviser to Barack Obama,  is also a Second Amendment restrictionist.

This shocking video shows McCain’s abysmal  disconnect on a wide range of issues.

But in the end, it’s all about amnesty for illegals. Although McCain strolled the border with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu and vowed to build the danged fence, immediately after being reelected, he spearheaded another attempt to push amnesty, with the Gang of Eight, including Jeff Flake, and a host of the most liberal members of the U.S. Senate. Though his word is worthless, the newspaper swoons into throes of McEcstasy actually referring to the marginal McCain as “a global figure.  One of the most influential people in in the world.”

John McCain has had his time and has been a dismal failure. Vote for conservative Dr. Kelli Ward.  It‘s past time for a change.

 


Religion of peace update: French priest beheaded celebrating mass

July 26, 2016

Siege comes amid shouts of “Allah Akbar”

ISIS savages stormed a Catholic Church in Normandy France during morning mass, beheading 84-year-old  priest Jacques Hamel. Several worshippers, including two nuns, were taken hostage in the gruesome, bloody attack. An alert was initially issued by a third nun who escaped from the church. The UK’s Daily Mail carries a complete report.

Security sources confirmed one of the murderers was a convicted terrorist who was being monitored with an electronic tag, and inexplicably had been released by a court to serve his sentence living with his parents.

President Francois Hollande, whose country has suffered numerous deadly attacks, said ISIS had declared war on France. The time has come for France and the entire civilized world to declare war on ISIS — not refrigerators and air-conditioning which U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry says present a greater threat.


No wonder John Kerry doesn’t visit AZ in July

July 26, 2016

On a trip to Vienna this past weekend, Secretary of State John Kerry — a global warming devotee — said the threats posed by air conditioners and refrigerators are on par with Islamic terrorism. 

No wonder he hasn’t graced the great state of Arizona with his presence. He must have heard the temperatures are routinely in the triple digits throughout the summer. He’d have a problem not using the air in his luxury hotel suite and limousine.

Kerry, it should be remembered, entered into a disastrous nuclear enrichment deal with America-hating Iranians, on behalf of Barack Obama. To sweeten the agreement — which removes sanctions against the hostile regime and ultimately enables Iran to become a nuclear power — the U.S. has made available $1 billion in frozen assets. After the initial part of the deal was cut, the Iranian dictator led mobs in chants  of death to the United States! Heritage has a fact-filled report.

But in John Kerry’s world, it’s those dastardly refrigerators and air conditioners we have to worry about. ISIS murderers aren’t the threat to the civilized world.  His talking points are those of Barack Obama. 

This is Barack Obama’s take (brief video) on the ISIS inspired violence that has invaded Western Europe and the United States at breakneck speed on a nearly daily basis.

 

 


Schlafly: Trump treated with hostility; Flake leads the pack

July 17, 2016

In her commentary “Trump Battles Globalist Republicans,’ Phyllis Schlafly provides the back story to Donald Trump’s visit to Capitol Hill — just days prior to announcing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his Vice Presidential running mate —  where he hoped to unify Congressional Republicans behind his presidential campaign. This is a must read article, since it illuminates congressional egos and the chasm dug ever wider with the tools of hostility and disloyalty. Trump’s message of putting America First doesn’t resonate with the globalists, who yammer about “protectionism.”

Schlafly, Eagle Forum founder, lawyer and conservative icon exposed Jeff Flake with these words:

Senator Jeff Flake (link not in original article) of Arizona openly mocked Trump at the meeting and then bragged to reporters about their “tense” exchange. Flake, an unrepentant member of the Gang of Eight that produced the 2013 amnesty bill, has already announced plans to resurrect that discredited bill next year no matter who is elected president.

Read her entire article here. It’s filled with facts you’ll need to know as we move closer to Election Day. The marginal Flake, a first term senator, will be running for another six-year term next year. He needs a challenger before he becomes more deeply entrenched. We’re currently experiencing the unseemly spectacle of the egotistical octegenarian John McCain, Flake’s amnesty mentor, running for six more years at age 80.


More savagery in France: Religion of Peace update

July 15, 2016

The latest news on the terrorist attack that ripped through a massive crowd of Bastille Day celebrants Thursday in Nice, France identifies the murderer as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a 31-year-old Tunisian-born resident of Nice who had dual French-Tunisian nationality.  Though not on an official French watch list, he was known to police in connection with crimes such as theft and violence.

The death toll has risen to at least eighty-four, including children and infants. Two U.S. citizens — a Texas father and his 11-year old son — Sean and Brodie Copeland are among the dead.  Fifty-two people of the 202 injured, remain in critical condition. Among the victims were families spending time in the resort town to enjoy the fireworks and food along the beach on the national holiday synonymous with liberty.

French President Francois Hollande had no trouble referring to the evil as a “terrorist act.”

A bit of background on the murderer’s homeland. Tunisia’s Constitution stipulates that Islam is the official state religion. The president of Tunisia must be Muslim.

The French newspaper Nice Matin reported that weapons and fake grenades were found inside the oversized truck used to carry out the massacre by intentionally careening into the crowd for a mile and a half, while shots rang out from the truck cab. The Islamic terrorist driver was killed by French authorities. 

The Sun, a UK newspaper, has more coverage of the carnage, including photos and videos.

ISIS is reported  to be celebrating the death and destruction that is the hallmark of the Islamic State. 


So you think you know Jeff Flake? Think again.

July 3, 2016

Don’t be fooled by his perpetual smirk and peroxide streaked hair, the narcissistic Jeff Flake is not your cool but amiable friend. A McCain ally and fellow ‘Gang of Eight’ amnesty colluder — except when elections roll around — his unsavory background is matched only by his disregard for his Arizona constituents in particular and America’s citizens in general.

Business Insider (BI) runs an article titled, Jeff Flake: Congress needs to ‘suck up’ and pass TPP ‘because you know it has to be done’ that’s well worth your time. Once again, Flake stands toe to toe with Barack Obama — this time on the monumental monstrosity known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Conservative Treehouse provided a link to the BI report while exposing Jeff Flake as a “Wall Street Operative and foot soldier for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.” Be sure to check out the photo of Flake and his fellow travelers.

As Jeff Flake thrusts a finger in the eye of American sovereignty in urging the passage of the Trans Pacific Partnership — another of Obama’s signature power grabs, Dick Morris relates the catastrophic consequences to America‘s Forum host J.D. Hayworth as he discusses Obama’s attempt to fast track TPP. The Trans Pacific Partnership provides irreversible authority, since treaties supersede statutes under the U.S. Constitution. Watch this vitally important interview beginning at 5:52.

In 2012 as perpetually repositioning Flake was running to replace the retiring Jon Kyl, the League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund and Majority PAC launched an $800,000 television ad campaign outlining the risks of sending former uranium mining lobbyist Jeff Flake to the Senate.

In the early 1990’s Jeff Flake worked as a lobbyist for Rossing Uranium — one of the world’s largest suppliers of the nuclear fuel. He was registered as a foreign agent representing the company which operates a mine in the African country of Namibia.  Flake earned approximately $7,000 per month opening doors in D.C. and promoting the firm with financial ties to Iran.

For a wealth of information about Jeff Flake, scroll through the “Categories” section on the right side of the SRAZ page and click on Jeff the Flake. He’s running for reelection next year, after winning by a slim 3 points and needs to be ousted. U.S. Senate terms are six years long. Stay informed. 


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