London poised to elect Muslim mayor today: Has defended terrorists

May 5, 2016

Unrestrained immigration alters demographics, dooms native cultures

Is “So what?” the appropriate response to the fact that London is poised to elect its first Muslim mayor? The Washington Post thinks so.

The distance between Phoenix, Arizona and London, England is well over 5,000 miles, with eight hours separating the two time zones. But there are myriad ties that bind us from shared history and language to our legal system based in part on English common law.

 The Spectator, a British publication, features a report titled, “Muhammad really is the single most popular boys’ name in England and Wales.” The Daily Mail, a well-respected British news source reported in December 2015 on the proliferation of Sharia courts dispensing ‘justice.’ At the time the article was written, there were eighty-five such courts.

Breitbart (London edition) headlines its article, “London is about to elect a Muslim mayor who has defended Islamists, 9/11 terrorists, and who is endorsed by anti-Semites.” That news is definitely worth more than a casual shoulder shrug accompanied by “So what?” Londoners go to the polls today to choose a replacement for the outgoing Mayor, Boris Johnson MP, the conservative who has held the post since 2008. Despite the fact the Labour Party is currently mired in an anti-Semitism scandal, if all things remain equal, expect the party’s candidate Sadiq Khan MP to be confirmed in the early hours of Friday morning. Zac Goldsmith is the conservative candidate.

Regardless of the laissez-faire attitude exhibited by the tolerant-of-everything Washington Post, this is serious business, with far-reaching consequences, as Europeans throughout the continent stand at the brink of becoming minorities in their own countries. Prolific Muslim mass immigration coupled with exceedingly high birth rates will topple the ethnic Europeans and their unique cultures in short order. 

Gatestone Institute identifies “The True Cost of Europe’s Muslim “Enrichment,” pointing to the dire consequences of the demographic changes, coupled with the resistance to assimilation. Country by country the effects of unchecked immigration are staggering. Europe’s immigration/migrant/refugee crisis is not a “So what?”

Neither is ours.

Donald Trump’s repeated vow to “build a wall” has given him the GOP nomination, surprising establishment pundits. 


Sen. Ted Cruz’ greatest blunders

May 2, 2016

For an acknowledged brilliant guy, with conservative values that rankle the GOP establishment, he’s woefully deficient in the strategy department

Talking about “New York values” right before the New York primary was not a smart move. The reverberation from that perceived slam, put this icing on his resounding defeat cake.

Conspiring with the self-centered John Kasich to put the skids on Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign — only to have the undisciplined and slippery spoiler Kasich bail on him. Kasich is hoping for a brokered convention, which has the very real potential to ensure the GOP future political irrelevance .

Ted Cruz’ selection  of Carly Fiorina “I have great admiration for Hillary Clinton” (video) as his Vice Presidential running mate. Fiorina also supports and lauds John McCain (video) as well as serving as an economic adviser to, and  high dollar bundler for his failed presidential campaign.

Refusing to answer”Meet The Press” interviewer Chuck Todd NINE TIMES Sunday as to whether he’d support Donald Trump if he‘s ultimately the GOP nominee.

Where are his advisers?


Pondering our undoing

April 23, 2016

Thomas Sowell is a man who possesses a brilliant mind, which makes his “Random Thoughts” worth reading.

This is an example:

“Historians of the future, when they look back on our times, may be completely baffled when trying to understand how Western civilization welcomed vast numbers of people hostile to the fundamental values of Western civilization, people who had been taught that they have a right to kill those who do not share their beliefs.”

Ponder that.


McCain signs onto bill releasing thousands of criminal aliens

April 16, 2016

In an April 15, 2016 Action Alert, Numbers USA headlines that Arizona Sen.John McCain has signed onto a bill that would release thousands of criminal aliens into the U.S. with no deportations.

 Dear Arizona activists,

We have just learned that Sen. John McCain has become a cosponsor of S. 2123 — the Criminal Justice reform bill that could release tens of thousands of illegal aliens onto the streets.

Even as a member of the Senate Gang of 8, Sen. McCain has always been supportive for the rule of law and spoken against sanctuary cities. But S. 2123 would disproportionately favor non-citizens. According to government data, 77% of federal drug possession convictions and more than 25% of federal drug trafficking convictions in FY 2015 were non-citizens. It’s these criminal aliens that would be released from federal prisons and into our local communities if this bill becomes law. And unfortunately, the Obama Administration has shown little willingness to remove non-violent criminal aliens from the country.

You can read more on the bill here and here.

Numbers USA’s Chris Chmielenski, with the best of intentions though obviously not an Arizonan, urges calls to John McCain’s D.C. office  (202) 224-2235, advising us to tell the senate staffer to let McCain know that we’re disappointed in his support for S.2123 — the Criminal Justice Reform bill that would disproportionately benefit criminal illegals, and urge him to change his position on the bill. 

This is the John McCain — contemptuous of conservative opinions — Arizonans know all too well, which is why elected state delegates at the annual Statutory GOP Meeting overwhelmingly voted to censure him in 2014. The following year, John McCain and Jeff Flake were both greeted by the delegates with boos and turned backs.  Some attendees walked out.

Of “jump off the page” interest is the fact that the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary chaired by S. 2123 sponsor Sen. Chuck Grassley, is a veritable Who’s Who of John McCain and Jeff Flake’s notorious, amnesty pushing Gang of Eight cohorts, including Charles Schumer (D-NY), Dick Durbin (D -IL), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) — along with the two Arizona Sens. McCain and Flake. Marco Rubio (R-FL) found his involvement in the amnesty scheme derailed his presidential aspirations.


Liberal Merrick Garland: dubbed “centrist” by media

March 19, 2016

Jeff Flake calls Obama’s SCOTUS nominee “less liberal”

The media is playing Barack Obama‘s selection of D.C. Circuit Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court as a “centrist,” but this selection of facts prove him to be quite different from that portrayal:

During a recent interview on NPR, Obama claimed that Republicans are “worried and scared” that their base will “punish them” should they decide to hold hearings and vote on his nominee for the vacant Supreme Court seat following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. “The bottom line is that there has not been a coherent argument presented” (against confirmation) by Republicans, Obama said. He further states he expects the GOP to relent on his Supreme Court nominee.

We’ve assembled just a few reasons to be suspicious of Merrick Garland:

Merrick Garland’s anti-Second Amendment stance: Garland’s record on the bench “leads to the conclusion that he would vote to reverse one of Justice Scalia’s most important opinions, D.C. vs. Heller, which affirmed that the Second Amendment confers an individual right to keep and bear arms,” warns Judicial Crisis Network’s Carrie Severino. The Washington Times reports Garland has a ‘very liberal view of gun rights.’

More here on National Review.

 Merrick Garland shows deference to labor unions: Garland’s deference has typically proved beneficial to unions. He wrote 22 decisions involving the National Labor Relations Board from 1997 to 2016, according to the legal blog On Labor.

Merrick Garland was mentored by the Supreme Court’s liberal icon: Garland clerked for Justice William J. Brennan Jr., the leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal wing.

 Merrick Garland  sides with the EPA on environmental regulations: Garland “doesn’t come with any inherent skepticism about the federal government overreaching on environmental regulation,” says Richard Lazarus, an environmental law scholar at Harvard University. And leftist publication Mother Jones has hailed him as the savior of Obama’s “climate legacy.”

Merrick Garland revered the author of Roe v. Wade: During a speech in 2005, Garland referred to the writings of Justice Harry Blackmun, the author of Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion, as “a great gift to the country.”

 Jeff Flake is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He is among a handful of squish Republicrats who have agreed to meet Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. “I hear nothing but good about him,” said the aptly named Flake, who is a frequent traveling companion and basketball playing chum of Obama’s and is generally deferential to him.

This is Flake‘s memorable quote from this past week: 

“But I said yesterday that if Republicans are not successful in the November election — I hope we are — but if we are not, then we ought to look at this nomination in the lame-duck session in November. I would rather have a less-liberal nominee like Merrick Garland than a nominee that Hillary Clinton if she were president would put forward.”


Germany’s Merkel suffers consequences of disastrous policies

March 14, 2016

Voters send unambiguous message: “Close the door”

The consequences of German Chancellor Andrea Merkel’s irresponsible refugee resettlement programs have resulted in a referendum against her and the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) in major polls on Sunday.

The populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party founded in 2013 recorded a surge as it garnered support from irate voters. Germans have watched in alarm as 1.1 million people claiming refugee status arrived in the country in 2015 alone. In the first week of Sept. 2015, Merkel declared that any Syrian who reaches Germany can claim asylum. In the days that followed, 25,000 more arrived. The number has continued to explode.

“The people who voted for us voted against this refugee policy,” said AfD deputy chairman Alexander Gauland. The group used familiar campaign slogans such as “Secure the borders” and “Stop the asylum chaos.”

The solution comes with a hefty price tag. The European Union will be on the hook to Turkey to the tune of $3.2 billion for its promised aid in staunching the flow of refugees to Europe from the conflict in Syria, and to prevent Europe’s worst refugee crisis from worsening further.  Turkey has been instrumental in not only arming, but financing the Islamic State (ISIS), whose actions in Syria have led to an unprecedented exodus of refugees mostly through Turkey, which Europe is now hoping to bribe so it will lock down its borders.

Bowing to liberal policies with the potential to change the culture of a nation, over the wishes the nation’s citizens, raises their ire whether the acts take place in German or the United States. (video)

Read more in the UK’s The Guardian.


AZ Gov. Ducey signs ballot harvesting / felony bill

March 10, 2016

Ballot harvesting — an issue that gained prominence after a three-year mission exposing it by former Maricopa County Republican chairman A. J. LaFaro — was signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Doug Ducey.

Stating HB 2023 maintains election integrity, Gov. Ducey, noted the bill will allow judges to impose a one-year prison term and up to $150,000 fine for the practice employed by political operatives who collect mail-in ballots requested by other voters.  

Here‘s an example of ballot stuffing caught on video. When questioned, the man carrying the boxful of ballots to be put into the voting machine says, “Go F**k yourself, Gringo!”

It’s no surprise the daily newspaper’s left-wing columnist EJ Montini finds a way to characterize this bill that maintains voter integrity, as “voter suppression.”

Liberals always have a sensationalized fallback position when it comes to questionable voting practices.  The guarantee of secure elections should be a fundamental expectation of each and every voter. American citizens, even Democrats, should accept nothing less.


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