Joe Arpaio has been there for us: Let’s return the favor

March 30, 2017

AZ Republic endorsed Soros-funded candidates Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Paul Penzone & Diego Rodriguez

There’s never enough bile for the insatiable Arizona Republic to hurl.  After daily spews of rancor aimed at Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the career lawman who was elected to an unprecedented 6 four-year terms, lost to Paul Penzone, a George Soros funded batterer.  Democrat Penzone refers to illegal aliens as “guests” — not of the jails he now oversees, but of Maricopa County.  Soros, a multi-billionaire Socialist and open borders devotee, spent over $2 million to defeat Arpaio.

Arpaio gets hammered by the daily for legal costs he incurred while doing the job he was elected to do. He is currently scheduled for an April 4 trial in Federal Court, charged with criminal contempt stemming from accusations of violating judicial orders against profiling Hispanics, a charge he refutes.  Arpaio’s mounting legal fees are now his personal responsibility.

Consider making a donation to Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s legal defense fund. He has been there for the citizens of Maricopa County doing the job we elected him to do for 24 years. It’s time to return the favor.

The end game for the extremist left is to see the 84-year-old former sheriff in jail.  Joe Arpaio, the son of Italian legal immigrants was appropriately born on Flag Day, June 14. He is a patriot who served in the military, as a police officer and worked for the federal government in the Drug Enforcement Administration serving in diverse locals such as Turkey and Mexico City. Eventually Arpaio headed the Arizona DEA office prior to running for sheriff.

Soros’ entry into the Maricopa County Sheriff’s race is by no means a stand alone aberration. His Safety and Justice national PAC and Maricopa Strong PAC are part of a  syndicate with long tentacles reaching into law enforcement races, including county (district) attorneys, in numerous states, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico and Texas, among them. Soros funded unknown Democrat Diego Rodriguez challenging Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. Soros is funneling multi-millions into the expansion of Europe’s “refugee” crisis, declaringnational borders are the obstacle.”

Like his associates and benefactors of his largess John McCain, Hillary Clinton, Paul Penzone and Diego Rodriguez, Soros is an open borders agent, who refers to illegal aliens as “migrants.” That’s why they and their advocates get his money and Sheriff Joe Arpaio was slated for removal.

We’ve been fortunate to have a man of Arpaio’s caliber heading up the Sheriff’s Office and working to keep Arizona citizens safe. Show your appreciation by helping to defray his legal expenses.


McCain & Flake’s amnesty pal Schumer is a jerk

March 29, 2017

Sen. Chuck Schumer’s bad behavior not limited to the senate

No one has ever accused Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) of being refined. He is known for being shrill, petty and arrogant. In fact, he has long been described by friend and foe alike as an “incorrigible publicity hound”

This Fox News report detailing Sen. Chuck Schumer’s lack of basic manners, self-control and unhinging over other people’s election choices in inappropriate settings, explains why he was the go-to-guy for John McCain and Jeff Flake when they put together their infamous ‘Gang of Eight’ amnesty scheme.

The Arizona duo chose four of the furthest left Democrats and two other Republicrats to join them in their failed misadventure. So committed is Schumer to open borders, he introduced a bill in 2012 intending to kill Arizona’s SB1070, and similar laws throughout the country as he anticipated the Supreme Court could rule in favor of the states.

Anytime you hear the words “Immigration Reform,”  “Comprehensive,” or the phrase “Our immigration system is broken,” let your antenna rise to their highest level, since those are the words used to suppress the truth about the invasion that is taking place in the United States. Our immigration system is generous and welcoming to actual immigrants who enter this country legally and choose to become Americans. Don’t allow the amnesty peddlers and illegal labor profiteers to confound our language.  Illegals are neither “immigrants” nor “migrants.”

The question to ask McCain and Flake — if they ever come out of hiding and actually face their constituents — is, “Why are you intent on expanding the Democrat Party?” 

Ann Coulter wrote,Hispanicked GOP elite: They’ll respect us in the morning,” four years ago. Her facts still apply although the figures have undoubtedly increased. If you read it in 2013, it’s time to reacquaint yourself with a healthy dose of reality. If you missed it, this is your chance. Coulter addresses the myth that Hispanics are “natural Republicans.” The information is invaluable as President Trump prepares to fulfill his campaign promise of building a wall along our sovereign southern border. We have a right to know who is entering our country and public officials have a moral obligation to protect Americans in these perilous times.


Calif. Dems threaten border wall contractors

March 22, 2017

A trio of California Democrat lawmakers have issued a warning for contractors who sign up for President Donald Trump’s border wall construction project along the U.S./ Mexico: Build it, and we will divest from your company.

This latest act of defiance stems from President Donald Trump fulfilling his campaign pledge to secure our nation’s sovereign, but easily breached border, with a wall. This issue was a winner with American citizens, who swept him into office last November.

The state lawmakers have introduced the cagily written Assembly Bill 946 that would compel the state to drop its pension investments in any companies involved in the construction project.

“This is a wall of shame and we don’t want any part of it,” Assemblyman Phil Ting said in a statement. “Immigrant stories are the history of America and this is a nightmare.”

What Ting neglects to add is that actual immigrants arrive legally. Illegal aliens use stealth to enter our country, and once here facilitate their existence and access to social services by using stolen or fraudulent identification.

He has another ace up his sleeve to “put more money in the pockets of those who need it most.” He devotes a page of his legislative website to checking eligibility forfree money from the government.” Of course the government doesn’t generate money.  Hardworking taxpayers are the ones he desires to fleece, with his “You Work, I Eat” scheme.

Assembly Bill 946 sprang to life on Monday, three days after the U.S. Customs and Border Protection requested proposals forborder wall prototypes.

The proposed legislation requires the California Public Employee Retirement System and the California State Teachers Retirement System — the two largest public pension funds in the nation, with investments of $312 billion and $202 billion, respectively — to liquidate investments in any company involved with the wall’s construction within a year. It would also require the pension-fund management to report a list of those companies to the Legislature.

This lunacy is the brainchild of Democrats Phil Ting (San Francisco), Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (San Diego), and Eduardo Garcia, (Coachella), who must have missed the news that on March 21 alone Customs and Border Protection agents reported seizing over $40 Million in cocaine headed for American streets.

Ting’s district includes the sanctuary city of San Francisco where Kate Steinle, 32, was senselessly murdered by an illegal alien, repeat drug felon, using a stolen gun. He had been deported five times, and was just released from jail. She was strolling the pier walking arm-in-arm with her father when her life was cut short.

In 2011, ABC 10 News in San Diego reported the Shi’a Muslim terrorist group Hezbollah has a long-established foothold adjacent to the city. Does Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, who represents the area, care?

We need a wall.  We need it now.


Did Obama’s NSA illegally spy on Sheriff Arpaio’s prosecution?

March 20, 2017

Jerome Corsi, writing for INFOWARS details in this Bombshell report what he describes as clear parallels to Obama’s wiretapping of Trump.”

You won’t want to miss this report, which contains a timeline of the Arpaio civil rights case, “created with the assistance of the Operation Dragnet whistleblower and made public in a federal hearing that disseminated the timeline to the public. It was provided to Infowars.com, and is reproduced in full.”


A glaring example of fake news

March 20, 2017

No cream in your coffee?  No milk on your Wheaties? According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, you can lay the blame for such inconveniences directly at the feet of President Donald Trump.

Who knew?

Trump’s campaign promise to deport illegal aliens doesn’t play well with a dairy farmer interviewed for the newspaper’s report.  He depends on “foreign workers” to do the dairy work, saying Americans won’t work for $13 an hour — the identical salary bank tellers in Wisconsin earn. Farming today, including dairies, is overwhelmingly mechanized  Stoop labor in the fields is mostly a thing of the past. Dairies have long had automated milking machines.

This Center for Immigration Studies report titled, “Alternatives to Immigrant Labor” was published in 2000 — seventeen years ago!  Even then the conclusion was hand harvesting of fruit and vegetable crops in the United States is a labor-intensive operation that accounts for about 50 percent of total production costs.

In other words, even paying substandard wages to illegal harvesters increased the prices to American consumers. Mechanization, including computer and vision equipped robotic systems for crop detection and robotic arms with special grippers for crop detachment, collection, and transport are described in the CIS report, which concluded, “Great progress has been made as computers, vision systems, and motion/manipulation control technologies have been enhanced.”

Those words were written nearly two decades ago. It’s not difficult to imagine rapid advances have since been made in our ever increasing technological world.

The entire premise of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel report, “Immigration Policy Could Put Dairy Farmers Out of Business, is fallacious. The newspaper editorially endorsed Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. Although no fan of Hillary’s it used inflammatory hyperbole to describe Trump, calling him a “liar, a bigot, a gleeful peddler of hate, egotistical and emotionally unsteady” — among other insults.

The editorial board concluded with this display of foolishness:  “For those who can’t support Clinton’s policies, we recommend they follow the lead of Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who wrote in the name of a mature, conservative leader at the top of his ticket — in his case, Arizona Sen. John McCain.”

That selection of a “conservative leader” could explain why John Kasich is a man destined to be relegated to political obscurity when his term expires. He lost the Republican nomination for president in 2000 and 2016. 

This newspaper shames itself with its obnoxious, leftist spew.


Dubya Bush odd choice to save Flake’s political ass

March 16, 2017

Anti-Trump Bush stumps for anti-Trump Flake

Bush fatigue is a chronic malady afflicting many Republicans, reaching epidemic proportions in the border state of Arizona where the illegal invasion is not a back burner issue. After the presidencies of Poppy (Bush 41)  and Dubya  (Bush 43), brother Jeb, the establishment pick, who had no chance of winning the 2016 presidential primary, spent a staggering $150 million before he withdrew. 

Donald Trump was elected as an anti-establishment populist, who responded to the concerns of average Americans. In his short time in office, he has made excellent cabinet appointments, nominated an originalist in the mode of former Justice Antonin Scalia to the U.S. Supreme Court, is keeping jobs in America, working to repeal and replace Obamacare, and build a border wall. According to this morning’s Rasmussen Presidential Tracking poll, 80% of Republicans agree with the job he’s doing. 

Arizona’s two U.S. Senators, John McCain and Jeff Flake were vocal opponents of candidate Trump. McCain withdrew his momentary support after Trump was the Republican nominee. Flake never gave an endorsement, opting instead to make the rounds of broadcast networks telling interviewers he would not only not endorse Trump — he would also not vote for him. McCain took the same approach and has continued to be a leading antagonist.

Flake, reported by AZ’s Channel 3  to be the most unpopular senator in the nation, faces the voters in 2018. His arrogance is only exceeded by his lack of trustworthiness. Even the daily newspaper which has forgiven him his politically expedient transgressions, had to acknowledge he’s in trouble.

Under the circumstances and with an election around the corner, it would seem reasonable that Jeff Flake would go to the mat finding someone who could bring voters to his shaky campaign. But the closed-to-the-public exclusive dinner soiree April 11, at a Paradise Valley mansion headlines George W. Bush — another Republicrat who refused to vote for President Trump.

Great strategy, Jeff.  We hope you keep it up. We support principled conservative  Dr. Kelli Ward.


Phx. Dist. 3 runoff election: Dirty tactics pay off for Stark

March 15, 2017

This is not just an election with consequences to those residing in District 3.  All Phoenix residents will be jeopardized by the votes that Debra Stark and the Democrat majority cast

Although the daily newspaper, clearly supportive of liberal Debra Stark, attributes her victory over Chris DeRose in Tuesday’s Phoenix City Council Dist. 3 runoff election to her focus on “quality-of-life issues such as repairing city infrastructure,” the facts speak for themselves.

Stark, the short-term interim appointee ran one of the dirtiest campaigns in memory, on par with John McCain’s blatant deception. Her numerous mailers repeatedly referred to author and former prosecuting attorney Chris DeRose as “a fraud” who “cannot be trusted.” One of the mailers posed as a legitimate tabloid size newspaper using the masthead, The Phoenix Press. It had sections labeled news, community, local, opinions and even a page devoted to entertainment, featuring an inane, self-serving crossword puzzle. The costly “newspaper” was a union effort on her behalf — the firefighter’s union — which has close ties to Democrat Mayor Greg Stanton.

Stark, also a Democrat,  was appointed to fill a vacancy on the council when Republican Bill Gates resigned to run for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors. In his new perch, Gates remained silent during the campaign, not aiding his would-be successor in the north Phoenix district.  Councilmen Sal DiCiccio and Jim Waring both stepped up to endorse DeRose as did Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Congressman David Schweikert. Corporation Commissioners Tom Forese and Bob Stump, and House Majority Leader Steve Montenegro all endorsed Chris DeRose.

DeRose, who ran a quality, issues oriented campaign, opposes sanctuary city status for the City of Phoenix. Debra Stark, who slickly voted to table the issue until after the election, has denied her affinity for this disastrous equivocation.

So what went wrong in this GOP majority district? Traditionally city elections are low turnout affairs. This one for a single district was destined not to generate much interest. Unions turn out the vote. Women often vote for women. Voters don’t pay close enough attention to the issues. The result? Republicans are now in the minority on the city council of the capitol city of red state Arizona.

The grand hoax is that the mayor and council represent non-partisan positions. Everyone knows that charade to be nothing more than a political pretense. Debra Stark presents a stark example of the sham.

Continually updating election results can be seen here.

Seeing Red AZ has previously written about this District 3 City Council race:

March 6, 2017: Mudslinger in Dist. 3 Council runoff has familiar fingerprint

Feb. 16, 2017: Phx City Council runoff: Why it’s crucial to elect Chris DeRose