March 4 Trump: 12 noon Sat. March 4

March 3, 2017

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The newspaper’s intentionally vague late afternoon headline: “Hundreds attend Phoenix pro-Trump rally”

A N N O U N C E M E N T 

Phoenix is hosting a “March 4 Trump Spirit of America Rally”  — part of a nationwide campaign that includes planned marches in support of President Donald Trump in cities across the USA.

The event, to be held at the state Capitol, begins at noon on Saturday, March 4, and will feature state Treasurer Jeff DeWit– Arizona’s Trump campaign chairman — former Senate President Russell Pearce, the architect of SB 1070,  and numerous Republican leaders.

The Arizona State Capitol is located at 1700 West Washington Street, in Phoenix. Arrive early; bring water and flags to wave.

This page sums up the view of a growing number of Americans, weary of the constant battering President Trump receives from the overwhelmingly leftwing media.

Show up to support President Trump. The press routinely underestimates our numbers. They were wrong when we turned out in full force on Election Day, putting Donald Trump in the White House. Let’s make such an intentional misrepresentation an impossibility by the strength of our numbers at today’s rally.


Donald Trump became the president with speech to Congress

March 1, 2017

Americans watched transfixed as the election returns came in on November 8, 2016 and Republican Donald Trump was declared President of the United States. A shell-shocked Hillary Clinton called to concede in the early morning hours the next day. Conservatives cheered the election of the populist, swept into office by citizens of all political persuasions frustrated with the status quo.

Conceited liberals were unable to process the results. The leftist press has relentlessly brutalized him. The rest of us knew he would ably represent us.

Tuesday evening, after less than two months in office, President Trump delivered his inspiring first speech (video) to the joint session of Congress signaling what can only be described as a powerful beginning — setting the marker for his entire presidency.  Fox News’ Chris Wallace was compelled to call it “one of the best speeches [he’s] heard a president give.”

President Donald J. Trump concluded his dynamic address (full text)* with these words:

The time for small thinking is over.  The time for trivial fights is behind us.

We just need the courage to share the dreams that fill our hearts, the bravery to express the hopes that stir our souls. And the confidence to turn those hopes and dreams to action. From now on, America will be empowered by our aspirations, not burdened by our fears, inspired by the future, not bound by the failures of the past, and guided by our vision, not blinded by our doubts.

I am asking all citizens to embrace this Renewal of the American Spirit.  I am asking all members of Congress to join me in dreaming big, and bold and daring things for our country.  And I am asking everyone watching tonight to seize this moment and — Believe in yourselves. Believe in your future. And believe, once more, in America.

Thank you, God bless you, and God bless these United States.

* Courtesy of CNN


Reporter admits false coverage of Pres. Trump is commonplace

February 5, 2017

The Daily Caller’s report by Alex Pfeiffer carries the headline,Errors From The Press Are Piling Up In The Opening Weeks Of The Trump Administration.”

How refreshing it is to see this critical self-analysis on the skewed reporting, with the opening statement reading, “Journalists can’t seem to get their stories straight in the opening weeks of the Trump administration, whether in tweets or in articles where falsehoods have been spread almost daily.”

Pfeiffer then proceeds to list “several botched stories or conflicting reports since President Trump took office.”

This is definitely a must read.

Yes.  It’s Super Bowl Sunday. But this won’t take more than a few minutes of your time, and it factually substantiates what many of us have suspected with regard to the dishonest coverage candidate, and now President Donald Trump receives.

Bravo to young Alex Pfeiffer. He can’t be getting many invitations from his fellow reporters following this honest assessment, but he’s earned our respect. May he go on to emulate the Daily Caller’s co-founder Tucker Carlson, who now headlines his own Fox News show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” His ratings are sky high, nearly doubling Megyn Kelly’s, who is now at NBC. She lost her following after her brutal attacks on candidate Donald Trump in the wake of her stint as a presidential debate host.


Fed. Judge Neil Gorsuch named to replace Scalia

February 1, 2017

Fulfilling yet another campaign promise for his first 100 days in office, Pres. Donald Trump has nominated federal judge Neil Gorsuch, 49, to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. Justice Scalia unexpectedly passed away last February.

Gorsuch was nominated to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit by Pres. George W. Bush on May 10, 2006 and was confirmed by a unanimous voice vote. 

SCOTUS blog, in an earlier profile of Judge Gorsuch notes “his background is filled with sterling legal and academic credentials.”

Now, however, in a purely partisan effort, the same senate Democrats who joined in giving Judge Gorsuch unanimous approval to the federal appellate bench are posed to attempt to scuttle his Supreme Court nomination.

It’s worthy of note, that while in the U.S. Senate Barack Obama voted against Bush Supreme Court appointees John Roberts and Samuel Alito, both of whom were confirmed.


Pres. Trump’s travel ban protects Americans

January 31, 2017

America hating George Soros revs up mobs

President Donald Trump is not letting any grass grow under his feet as he takes his job seriously and fulfills promises he made as the Republican nominee.  After eight years of an Obama administration, American leftists can’t deal with a leader with integrity, who means what he says and  gets down to the business of protecting the country he loves.

Late Monday Pres. Trump announced the firing of acting attorney general Sally Yates, an Obama holdover, who had defied him on his travel ban, saying she “has betrayed the Department of Justice.” It will be a different story when Sen. Jeff Sessions is confirmed as U.S. Attorney General.

Trump issued an executive order imposing a 90-day restriction on entry to the U.S. by citizens of seven countries where vetting of “refugees“ is impossible. The countries are Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Libya and Yemen.  The MSM refers to them as immigrants. They are not.  The moratorium is referred to as a Muslim ban.  It is not. From the liberal perspective, it would appear that anyone who desires to enter the United States has a right to do so, and we have an obligation to allow them unfettered access to our land, despite being unable to gauge the risk of terrorism they could present.

Barack Obama  who spent most of his presidency golfing, traveling or vacationing,  has now become an activist, saying he “fundamentally disagrees” with  Donald Trump’s “Muslim ban” and is “heartened” by the protests.

 Obama must be suffering from amnesia, since he instituted  similar restrictions himself, in 2016.  As a former ACORN community organizer, the protesters clogging airports and streets would appeal to him.  The fact that large numbers of otherwise non-working people can be mobilized  within short order is thanks to multi-billionaire Socialist George Soros, who advocates for borderless nations — which are not nations at all. 

This no doubt accounts for Soros’ close friendship with the unprincipled John McCain, who has promoted amnesty for illegal aliens since his days of partnering with liberal icon Ted Kennedy. Now he has other cronies, but the issue of throwing open our doors and funding benefits for those who enter the U.S. by stealth has always appealed to him. His latest amnesty cohort, Jeff Flake, refused to endorse GOP nominee Donald Trump, and like McCain, made it clear he would not vote for him.  

Mull that over. Arizona’s two U.S. Senators, who run as Republicans, both voted for Hillary Clinton. 


It’s time to take back the AZ Republican Party & UPDATE

January 24, 2017

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Jan. 26, 2017

At the eleventh hour and without throwing his support to Jim O’Connor who he campaigned alongside, Frank Thorwald has withdrawn from the three-man race for Arizona Republican Party chairman.

Thorwald was widely considered a spoiler helping McCain supporter Jonathan Lines defeat the true conservative, Jim O’Connor. Actions speak louder than words.

 

Don’t be deceived: Vote conservative Jim O’Connor for AZ GOP chairman

Politics is an intriguing business. It has the ability to lure or repel. Whether as elected officials or  grassroots activists, it holds many of us captive  — some for decades.

Those who began as newly recruited precinct committeemen continued to run for the office and some as state committeemen. The reward for serving in the unpaid posts and donating countless hours /years of labor intensive work is helping to elect those who shared their core beliefs to public office.

As bizarre as it appears, Arizona’s U.S. Senators have often ignited turf wars at the precinct (neighborhood) level aimed at ousting hardworking conservatives from their posts. Unprincipled John McCain and his surrogates have honed this traitorous activity to a razor sharp edge, even colluding with a San Francisco based Obama donor.  For his continual conspiring with Democrats against his own party, John McCain was censured by Republican State Committeemen in 2014.

Jon Kyl engaged in these underhanded tactics in 2012. Jeff Flake undermined Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, by refusing to endorse him and arrogantly showing up wherever a camera and mic might be to catch his betrayal.

Worthy of note are the shenanigans nearly out-the-door McCain and Flake colluding State Chairman Robert Graham has engaged in. Graham oversaw the Jan. 2015 meeting that stretched the sensibilities of state committeemen to the limits as he slipped the two senators in the rear stage door using a ruse to have them vacate the auditorium before the ballots were tabulated.  The duplicitous duo, who never attended state meetings,  were greeted with boos, turned backs and walk outs.

This coming Saturday Jan. 28, State Committeemen elected in their own legislative districts across Arizona, will assemble for the AZ GOP Statutory Meeting at the Church of the Nations, 6225 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix. Election of party officers will be front and center. Candidates for AZ GOP State Chairman are conservative Jim O’Connor, also-ran Frank Thorwald, and Jonathan Lines, the McCain /Flake ally being pushed by Robert Graham. Don’t be deceived.  The one to vote for is Jim O’Connor.

The Jan. 23 Republican Briefs provides even more background as well as Lines’ denials. It’s the top story. There’s more from Arizona Freedom Alliance, titled, “AZGOP Candidate Jonathan Lines from Those Who Know Him Best.”

In this video Tim Horn first Vice Chair of Legislative District 23, Jim O’Connor’s home district, exposes Robert Graham’s disenfranchisement scheme to rig the election for his chosen successor Jonathan Lines. This information is crucial. If you’re a state committeeman, you can’t be better informed in four short minutes. The video is well done and  the facts are clearly presented


“President Trump”— The words we’ve been waiting to hear

January 20, 2017

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Here is the full schedule for Donald Trump’s inauguration, beginning this morning at 9:00 am AZ time. (11:00 am (ET).

Fox News GO provides every viewing option, 24/7 — live from your desktop, tablet or smart phone.  You don’t have to miss a minute of Donald J. Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the United States. 

This extensive coverage of Thursday evening’s festivities— including numerous photos — comes courtesy of the U.K.‘s Daily Mail.