Victor Davis Hanson’s most recent column posted on Townhall is titled, “Imagine the Unimaginable.” The words “must read” are often tossed about casually. They hold genuine significance when applied to the writings of Prof. Hanson. He issues a warning we must heed before it’s too late.
Asking what newly reconfigured 1st Congressional District candidate Elijah Norton has in common with The Beatles is not as strange as it might appear. In 1963, John Lennon, exhibiting an extraordinary sense of predictive insight wrote the song “Nowhere Man,” that ideally describes candidate Elijah Norton, though Norton wasn’t born until 1990.
It’s worth remembering that Congressman Schweikert has emerged victorious from other political challengers, including Ben Quayle a.k.a Brock Landers the son of former Vice President Dan Quayle as well as Hiral Tipirneni, formerly a Valley doctor, disallowed to practiced medicine since losing a medical malpractice lawsuit in 2007 resulting in the needless death of a former patient. That fact didn’t stop her from deceptively running campaign ads wearing scrubs with a stethoscope around her neck at a fake patient‘s bedside. During the Obama administration, dedicated leftist Tipirneni made $millions promoting Obamacare.
Both Quayle and Tippernini carpet-bagged into the district to challenge Schweikert. His effectiveness aided his success in those two needless challenges. Now Elijah Norton is resorting to contrived hit piecesagainst Congressman David Schweikert. A second one was in yesterday’s mail. Norton is unable to point to any personal political successes due to the fact that he has none. Take time to read the linked exposé. Then disregard the fallacious flyers and commit to reelecting Congressman David Schweikert…a proven conservative who consistently delivers on behalf of Arizonans. We are fortunate to have him representing Arizona.
He focuses on the political left’s desire to facilitate its agenda by increasing the size of the U.S. Supreme Court, turning historical precedent on its ear in order to upend the Republican majority, the last three of whom — Justices Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett — were nominated by President Donald Trump, a sure-fire rankler to the left.
There’s a new phenomenon taking hold as elections heat up across the United States. Republican candidates are choosing to skip debates.
Former football star Herschel Walker, a Trump-endorsed conservative, is running for Georgia’s U.S. Senate seat, currently held by radical democrat Raphael Warnock. Herschel Walker is considered the front-runner.
Their rationale makes perfect sense. Debates are often hosted and moderated by leftist entities and biased news commentators, as we’ve witnessed here in this two-minute video as election results showed Donald Trump trouncing Hillary Clinton.
Inthis January 13, 2022 letter to the Co-Chairs of The Commission on Presidential Debates, Ronna McDaniel, chairman of the Republican National Committee documents why the Republican party and GOP voters have lost faith in the debate process, as she proposed commonsense reforms.
This past Thursday the Republican National Committee announced it had unanimously voted to require GOP presidential candidates to abstain from presidential debates sanctioned by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
“Debates are an important part of the democratic process, and the RNC is committed to free and fair debates,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement. “The Commission on Presidential Debates is biased and has refused to enact simple and commonsense reforms to help ensure fair debates, including hosting debates before voting begins and selecting moderators who have never worked for candidates on the debate stage.” She added that the RNC will “find newer, better debate platforms” for Republican candidates to make their cases.
The RNC announced it is planning a rules change that would require presidential candidates seeking the party’s nomination to sign a pledge saying they will not participate in any debates sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
“Equity” the trendy buzzword of the left, has no place in the implementation of the death of innocents
The word “infanticide” is the only appropriate term for describing the bill signed into law this past week by Colorado Governor Jared Polis. “Health” is also a misappropriated word applied to the title.
Polis signed H.B. 22-1279, the “Reproductive Health Equity Act,” (read this brief summary) which the governor said “codifies a person’s fundamental right to make reproductive health-care decisions free from government interference.”
The appropriate time to make those “decisions” is prior to conception.
“In the State of Colorado, the serious decision to start or end a pregnancy with medical assistance will remain between a person, their doctor, and their faith,” Polis added in his statement. Dodging the fundamental facts, Polis did not clarify what faith condones murder of a preborn human baby up until the moment of its birth.
Note the word “woman” has been replaced by the politically correct “person,” though only women are biologically able to conceive, carry a baby and give birth. The Act specifically states, “A fertilized egg, embryo or fetus does not have independent or derivative rights under the laws of this state.”
Polis is married to Marlon Reis, another man, described as an animal rights activist — a passion that does not extend to human children. They are now the parents of two young children whose mothers made the loving decision to allow their babies to live, something Polis clearly abhors. The deadly abortion industry thrives under dems. The following video reveals those considered “human weeds” and “genetically inferior races,” were key to Planned Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger’s abortion mission. It was originally posted April 1, 2015 in our post, “Ted Cruz is no Barry Goldwater — Thank God!” which drew the pro-life/pro-abortion distinction between them.
Today we take the unusual step of making a congressional letter to an inept Biden administration official our post. Arizona’s CD-5 Congressman Andy Biggs sent this letter signed by him and 19 of his House colleagues to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, posing six pertinent questions about Russian nationals illegally entering the United States and being released into the interior of our country by DHS. It was sent just days ago on April 1, 2022, but don’t mistake this for an April Fool’s Day prank. The topic is deadly serious. Arizona is fortunate to have this America First patriot representing us and asking the serious questions that the radical, open border leftists incomprehensibly want to conceal.
Alejandro Mayorkas, a retread from the Clinton and Obama administrations, was endorsed for his current position by none other than former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, who resigned to join the Obama administration as head of Homeland [IN]Security. She was noted for her comment, “You show me a 50-foot wall and I’ll show you a 51-foot ladder at the border. That’s the way the border works.”
Mayorkas, an illegal alien himself, is described as fleeing to America from Marxist Castro’s Cuba with his parents and sister as a child. Their story begins to fray when it turns out that the desperate illegals left Florida for California, where they moved to posh Beverly Hills. It’s a odd take on the tear-jerking rags to riches theme we frequently hear. Mayorkas then went to Berkeley for a socialist indoctrination, making a full circle turnaround, ultimately receiving a law degree from Loyola University.
AZ Republic headline blasts, “Judge: Trump’s efforts after vote likely criminal.”
The contemptible comment comes straight from the ruling of U.S. District Court Judge David O. Carter. He was nominated to the federal bench Oct. 21, 1998 by Pres. Bill Clinton and quickly confirmed the next day by a voice vote, making it impossible to know what the actual pro and con vote total was, since no senators were identified. This cagey policy is not the norm.
What we know in the intervening years is that Judge Carter is not an unbiased trier of facts, but a robed partisan who referred to President Donald Trump as engaged in a “conspiracy to defraud the United States.” (page 36.) This March 28, 2022 legal disposition by Judge Carter leaves no room for confusion where he stands in regard to mischaracterizing the events of January 6, 2021. On page 39 of this court filing, he describes “Overt acts in furtherance of the conspiracy.”
As much as we’d like to believe judges are impartial and apolitical, the reality is they are appointed by politically aligned governors and presidents. Under some circumstances they have to defend their careers and character to selection panels. None in recent memory had his integrity impugned by desperate partisans during the nomination process as we witnessed with President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh. Though he had honorably served for over a decade as judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, he was deceitfully vilified, in a desperate effort to deny President Trump another SCOTUS nominee. Justice Kavanaugh was sworn in on October 6, 2018. Following his nomination but prior to his confirmation, he wrote this moving commentary in the WSJ:
The UK’s Daily Mail reportson the White House’s rush to clean up after gaffe machine Joe Biden told U.S. paratroopers in Poland, “You’re going to see when you’re there — some of you have been there — you’re going to see women, young people, standing in the middle, in front of a damn tank, saying, “I’m not leaving,” Biden said those words to the 82nd Airborne Division. Biden’s peculiar mention of “when you’re there,” clearly suggests that the U.S. troops would be deployed across the Polish border into Ukraine.
Administration officials wasted no time attempting to clarify Biden’s remark’s insisting there has been no change in policy. “The president has been clear we are not sending U.S. troops to Ukraine and there is no change in that position,” a White House spokesperson told Fox News on Friday. Biden has stated that troops would not be sent into Ukraine under any circumstances during despotic Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked invasion. The overarching concern for Americans is the actual potential of escalating into World War III. Putin has been targeting defenseless civilians as he bombs hospitals, schools, a theater with a huge signs advising there were children inside and forcing hundreds of thousands to flee their homes. Food and water are scarce and Ukrainians are terrified.
Most telling of Biden’s disconnect with Americans is this new poll from left-leaning Grinnell College which reveals that fewer than 3 in 10 Americans believe the economy will get better one year from now and just 34 percent approve of Pres. Biden’s job in office.
In a little over a year of Biden’s bumbling attempt at being president, sanity appears to be making a comeback.
Scooping the leftwing local newspaper, which doesn‘t want to touch an honest report on democrat Hobbs, who oversees statewide elections, reporter Jordan Conradson’s exposé rates no coverage in the local press. He proves once again he has his ear to the gritty Arizona ground providing news purposely withheld from Arizona voters.
To whet your appetite, SRAZ includes the opening paragraphs of Conradson’s coverage:
“Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, now running for governor, has violated Arizona election law by closing Arizona’s online candidate petition portal for 2022 until the end of the filing period.
In January, Katie Hobbs was threatened with a class 6 felony if she chose to violate the law by closing the E-Qual online system for candidate petitions. Arizona statute requires the Secretary of State to provide a secure internet portal for candidate petitions.
The Gateway Pundit reported that Hobbs tried to sue AG Brnovich to prevent her prosecution, but the court threw out her bogus case. Hobbs responded by revealing her plans to subvert election law anyway.”
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has done what many Americans have hoped someone would do: send tyrannical Dr. Tony Fauci packing. Sen. Paul, who is also a medical doctor, has introduced an amendment to Senate Bill 3799 to bring sanity back American health care.
On March 14, 2022, Sen. Paul introduced this much needed amendment to eliminate octogenarian Dr. Anthony Fauci’s overarching position as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and replace it with three separate national research institutes. Fauci, a career government bureaucrat since 1968, has not seen a patient since he made rounds as a medical resident, though he was integral to mandating mask wearing and shutting down businesses and schools.
Dr. Paul’s reorganization amendment would immediately eliminate Dr. Fauci’s position. replacing it with three new directors of the following new institutes:
1. National Institute of Allergic Diseases
2. National Institute of Infectious Diseases
3. National Institute of Immunologic Diseases
Each of these three institutes will be led by a director who is appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate for a 5-year term.