Phoenix’ 2018 Veterans Day Parade: Mon. Nov. 12th

November 11, 2018

Date: Monday, Nov. 12, 2018

Time: 11:00 a.m.

This year’s parade theme isOUT OF THE TRENCHES: A Century of Remembrance,” marking the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice to end World War I. The parade has more than 100 entries, and will also feature Veterans Service Organizations, POW/MIA/KIA Honor Guard and ROTC entries.

Presented for the 22nd year by Honoring Arizona’s Veterans, this family friendly event is an impressive tribute to our true heroes — our Veterans. Among the highlights are 14 floats, 12 marching bands, 7 color guards, equestrian units, and large helium balloons. In all, there will be 2,500 participants in the parade, with an expected 45,000 spectators along the route.

An impressive array of 8 Veteran Grand Marshals representing each era of military service from World War II to present day will be featured, led by Celebrity Grand Marshal Loretta Swit. Scroll through link to see them all. Read the history of Veterans Day.

Phoenix’ Veterans Day Parade will begin at 11 a.m.  The parade will head south on Central Avenue from Montebello Drive to Camelback Road; turn east on Camelback Road to 7th Street; turn south on 7th Street and end at Indian School Road. The parade will end at approximately 1 p.m. Map HERE.

The Arizona Republic listsfree food and meal discountsoffered by Valley restaurants on Veterans Day and reminds military members — current, former and retired — to bring their ID or proof of service with them. 

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Voter fraud?  What voter fraud?

November 10, 2018

With Arizona’s 2018 General Election results challenged by now averted lawsuitsand winners and losers shifting before our eyes, today’s post is especially provocative. Although the mainstream media vehemently denies voter fraud exists, evidence speaks louder than the denials. James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has been the leading investigators into voter fraud over the past several years. Here is a compilation of their investigations and compelling evidence that voter fraud is real.

The Heritage Foundation provides a state-by-state ‘sampling’ of of election fraud cases from across the country.

In 2012 SRAZ posted an earlier Veritas exposé, which we titled, Voter fraud? “We’re not the police.” The blatant disregard of maintaining election integrity by those in government offices remains shocking. Click on the link to watch the the video.

This ever-growing problem has been keenly honed by those who seek to manipulate our election system for their own goals. Only by exposing the reality that this criminal activity undeniably exists, can we have any hope of eradicating it. Arizona’s elected officials with oversight into such activities need to be paying attention. What would appear an obvious place to start would be working on behalf of a law to require actual photo ID be presented when voting, though that becomes unenforceable when people register to vote online and receive early ballots in the mail that they vote at their kitchen table, without ever interacting with election officials anywhere in the process. The recent court challenges centered on verification of signatures on the back of the mail-in ballots.  We now have until this coming Wednesday to get the results.

Is convenience worth the high price?


Tune in to hear JD — Tues. 7- 9:00 am, AZ Time

October 22, 2018

Another treat for JD Hayworth fans. Listen LIVE as he broadcasts from Tampa Bay’s WWBA 820-AM. 


Tired of wuss candidates? Steve Ferrara is anything but…

October 19, 2018

A serious candidate with humorous friends

Dr. Steve Ferrara is the conservative running for the U.S. House of Representatives in Congressional District 9. The seat in Arizona’s newest district, created in 2012, has been held by far leftist Kyrsten Sinema, who is now seeking a U.S. Senate post. Seeing Red AZ supports Martha McSally in that race that holds enormous national Implications. A Democrat majority senate would effectively shut down further Federal and Supreme Court appointments made by President Trump, holding him hostage to their political machinations.

Republican Ferrara, new to the political arena, has led a life of remarkable accomplishments. He is facing far left, union-supported former Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, after handily beating his two GOP primary challengers. 

Democrat Stanton, a known tyrant who callously disregards the voices of city residents, pulled a costly fast one as he exited the mayor’s office, ensuring votes from the La Raza open borders crowd, by gifting them $2.4 million in taxpayer funds.

Known for supporting unpopular issues, Stanton even lied about lifting the oppressive food tax as he gave large “retention bonuses” to city employees. When first elected in 2011, he received a congratulatory call from the overjoyed duo, Barack Obama and his Homeland Security chieftain Janet Napolitano.

Despite Dr. Ferrara’s stellar background, a supportive group, “Americans for Badasses in Congress,” are not without a sense of humor as evidenced by this hilarious video declaring him a “badass.” You’ll like him even better after viewing it.  A sense of humor is a saving grace for those who enter the political minefield. This man, a decorated navy veteran and medical doctor, is definitely up to the task. The rest of us are fortunate to have him step forward to tackle issues of importance on our behalf.

Congressional District 9 cuts a swath through central Phoenix making its way through Tempe and south Scottsdale, west Mesa, northwestern Chandler and areas of southeast Phoenix including Ahwatukee. (Map)

Message to Congressional District 9 voters: Remember to vote for Steve Ferrara. It matters.


Bias mars AZ U.S. Senate McSally, Sinema debate

October 16, 2018

Debate “moderator” Ted Simons was clearly unable to be impartial as he gave unjustified leeway to Kyrsten Sinema, while restricting Martha McSally

Arizona’s sole U.S. Senate debate was broadcast Monday evening, Oct. 15, co-hosted by the less than objective Arizona PBS/KAET Channel 8 and the Arizona Republic newspaper. 

U.S. Representatives — Republican Martha McSally (CD-2) and Democrat Kyrsten Sinema (CD-9) — are running for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat vacated by anti-Trumper Jeff Flake, who chose not to wage a reelection campaign based on 18 percent approval ratings. 

The newspaper’s political reporter Maria Polletta and Ted Simons, host of Channel 8’s “Arizona Horizon,” supposedly moderated the debate, though Simon’s partiality toward Sinema was clearly apparent. 

Using her soft, cultivated campaign voice, chameleon Sinema refused to respond to questions deserving of answers, saying, “Martha is trying to make this about me, making ridiculous attacks and what we know is that this campaign is about every day Arizonans and I’ll fight for them.”

When McSally, who identified herself as “pro-life,” pushed for a response Sinema finally admitted she would have voted against the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

But when Martha McSally, (read her full bio) the first female pilot to fly a fighter jet in a war zone and command a fighter squadron in combat, retiring in 2010 as a full Colonel, noted that CNN reported last week that in 2003 Sinema said it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban to fight our military, demanded an apology, Ted Simons rushed to Sinema’s defense — quickly shutting down McSally and ending the contrivance posing as a debate. This can be viewed in the concluding minutes of “the debate.”*

Conservative SRAZ doesn’t claim to be impartial. Because we support Republican U.S. Rep. Martha McSally in this crucial senate race that is being watched nationwide for its impact on the continuation of President Trump‘s winning agenda, we invite our readers to get the rest of the story, by watching TheRealSinema.com for the straight scoop about Sinema.

*Video provided courtesy of ABC 15

 


Pres. Trump in Mesa Fri. Oct.19, – Ticket info here

October 15, 2018

Rally supports U.S. Rep. Martha  McSally’s senate bid

The rally will take place this Friday evening October 19, 2018 at:

International Air Response

6250 S. Taxiway Circle

Mesa, AZ 85212

This location is adjacent to the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport

Tickets to the event are limited to two per person. Register HERE.

Winning this key senate race is crucial to retaining a Republican majority in the U.S. Senate. The Dems are desperate to pull an upset and stall any further judicial and cabinet appointments while restricting President Trump’s ability to continue fulfilling his promises to the American people. (Click the arrow on each link for a list of his stellar accomplishments.)

 Martha McSally was first elected to Congress in 2014 representing Arizona’s CD 2. Her impressive biography is one of exemplary service to our country. 


Kimberly Yee: Clear winner in AZ Treasurer debate

October 10, 2018

The two candidates running for Arizona State Treasurer sparred over issues related to the state budget and finances in a debate sponsored by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission. The candidates are Republican Kimberly Yee, former state senate majority leader, and Democrat Mark Manoil, a retired lawyer.

Heading Yee’s exceptional list of endorsements are five former state treasurers. Yee has no learning curve, having previously worked at the Arizona Treasurer’s office, where she promoted fiscally conservative principles, while advancing laws protecting Arizona’s taxpayers.

Manoil boasted about his endorsements by abortion provider Planned Parenthood and the stridently left National Organization for Women. His website features a photo of Manoil with Barack Obama — hardly a vote-getter in a state that gave all of its electoral votes to Donald Trump in 2016.

A typical disconnected liberal, Maniol says he wants to use the Treasure’s Office to fund “social justice programs” — hardly the purview of the office charged with managing nearly $15 billion in assets. Yet in an interesting dichotomy, the predatory property tax lawyer seized property from people only $50 in arrears on back taxes. Although he’s running for the job of managing $ billions in taxpayer monies, he admitted to having his own home foreclosed upon and his car repossessed.

This recent poll conducted by local ABC 15 and Phoenix-based OH Predictive Insights provides the most recent data in the Arizona Secretary of State’s race, the Treasurer’s race, the state Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Attorney General’s races. Although Republicans are leading in every sector, we can take nothing for granted. Be sure to vote to guarantee they win. Early ballots are being mailed today.  Polling places will be open 6am to 7pm on Election Day, Nov. 6.

The AZ Treasure’s debate was moderated by Horizon host Ted Simons.

Watch the State Treasurer debate by clicking this link. This video provides a revealing insight into the candidates, with Yee the obvious winner. Clearly the best qualified for the job, she deserves the votes of all rational Arizonans.