Right-thinking Arizonans who are also insomniacs are in luck

August 16, 2017

JD Hayworth will appear on “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning at 3:15 am ( AZ Time) on the Fox News Channel.

Hayworth was invited to talk about President Trump’s upcoming visit to Phoenix — and the President’s “relationship” with Arizona’s two U.S. Senators.

Of course, you can watch JD every weekday morning from 7-9 am, (AZ Time) on Newsmax TV…Ch. 349 (DirecTV). You can also watch on your computer at www.newsmaxtv.com


JD Hayworth: A Fox News “Specialist” July 4, 2:00 pm

July 3, 2017

Arizona’s own conservative firecracker JD Hayworth lights up July 4 with a guest appearance on Fox NewsSpecialists,” Tune in at 2:00 pm (AZ time) as former Congressman Hayworth joins co-hosts: Eric Bolling, Katherine Timpf and Eboni K. Williams with his unique analysis of the top news reports.

You also can catch JD weekdays on his regularly scheduled Newsmax TV show.

 


Fox News calls in a “Specialist”

May 16, 2017

Former Arizona Congressman JD Hayworth will run two “Best of” programs Wednesday and Thursday morning on Newsmax TV, as another network has requested his help.

JD will fly to New York to appear on Wednesday’s edition of “The Fox News Specialists,” airing at 2:00 pm, AZ Time.

This definitely sounds like not to be missed programming.


A “Spring Homecoming”

April 16, 2017

American Tradition entwines “Homecoming” with autumn, as the football schedules of high schools and colleges annually attest.

But in this “Arizona spring,” we take note of a most welcome homecoming. After three years in Florida anchoring Newsmax TV programs, former Congressman JD Hayworth is back in Arizona…and he’s brought Newsmax TV with him!

Monday morning, his new program premieres from a local studio. Watch every weekday from 7-9 am at www.newsmaxtv.com (Click on TV at top of the page.)


JD Hayworth: A rare pre-Christmas treat you won’t want to miss

December 21, 2016

J.D. Hayworth, the Valley’s favorite talk show host before moving to the nationally televised stage with Newsmax Prime, will be subbing for Mike Gallagher on KKNT “Intelligent Talk” radio.

Click on the Listen Live button, to hear the conservative former Arizona congressman or on your radio dial at 960 AM The Patriot —  from 7-10 am local time this morning Wednesday and Thursday (Dec. 22).

Santa arrived early for die hard J.D. fans. 


McCain hustles for dough,lies,hides from debates

July 27, 2016

The email solicitations for funds are coming fast and furiously from John McCain. His consultants must be charging him by the word, since the last begging missives have shortened the salutations from “My friend” to simply “Friend.”

McCain is not cash strapped. Bankrolled with $ millions, he pays handsomely for strategists to conceive new desperation ploys to rake in money — bolstering reliable lobbyist cash flows — which in turn is spent on commercials that shamefully engage in blatant lies aimed at his primary opponent Dr. Kelli Ward.

As an example, are claims that while in the state senate she voted to imperil our military and embolden ISIS. Kelli Ward is a military wife.  Her husband is a Colonel in the U.S. Air Force and is the flight surgeon for the Arizona Air National Guard. State legislators don’t vote on issues of national security. The U.S. Congress where McCain has spent over three decades, does. McCain not only lies, but insults the intelligence of Arizona voters with these contemptible falsehoods.

Dr. Ward, a family practice physician and conservative former state senator has challenged McCain to a debate prior to the Aug. 30 Primary Election, but the 80-year-old McCain running for his sixth 6-year term, has remained mute.

During the Republican National Convention which Ward attended but John McCain and Jeff Flake peevishly boycotted, Ward told the Arizona Republic:

“Senator McCain and his cronies in the Arizona Grassroots Action PAC have spent over $2 million attacking me, so obviously, Senator McCain has something he wants to say. I think he should say it to me, to my face. He should man up, stop stabbing me in the back, and let’s get the policy out on the table and in front of the people of Arizona.”

The newspaper reported “a spokeswoman from McCain’s reelection campaign did not respond to its request for comment on Ward’s debate challenge.

In 2004 McCain willingly engaged in a debate with perpetually losing Democrat candidate  Stuart Starky a middle school teacher who presented no threat, but played the same duck and dodge games with conservative former congressman J.D. Hayworth. Hayworth finally embarrassed McCain onto a debate stage, though McCain’s stooge Jimmie Lee Deakin shared the dais.

Dr. Kelli Ward will also fight back  She’s intelligent, conservative, knowledgeable on the issues while displaying a healthy dose of grit. What an asset she’d be in the U.S. Senate as Obamacare gets overhauled.

This was the honest assessment of presidential candidate John McCain’s mother back in 2008, when she was asked about his level of support within the base of the Republican Party.

It hasn’t gotten any better in the intervening years. The nation’s lowest esteemed senator, McCain has actually been censured by the elected officials of his own party at the annual statewide statutory meeting. 

We can do better. When Dr. Kelli Ward (video) says, “Send a fresh, new voice to the U.S. Senate: Let’s shake up Washington together,” you know those are not hollow words. It’s time for a change, Arizona.


McCain quandary: Court Latino voters or support Trump?

May 24, 2016

McCain goes all out for Hispanics, will blame loss on Trump

TPM  DC examines three GOP U.S. Senate races — John McCain’s among them — and their schizophrenic courting of Hispanic voters while attempting to keep Donald Trump supporters on board their campaigns.  It’s a dicey road for the candidates from Arizona, Florida and Nevada.

McCain, so intensely unpopular both nationally and with Arizona’s grassroots conservative base, that he was censured by elected state delegates at the Statutory Republican Party Meeting — later the object of his retaliatory attempts to purge them by using an out-of-state Obama donor — is now fighting for his political life.  His latest tactic is to blame Donald Trump for his woes, (audio obtained by Politico) rather than admit that he is reviled by Republicans who view him with contempt.

John McCain, who has courted the racist LaRaza (“The Race”) and had “Mexico First” Juan Hernandez as an integral part of his failed presidential bid, currently has a Hispanic outreach team, Unidos Con McCain, in place to garner the votes of those who are more concerned with the continued flow of illegals than national security. He announced three AZ Hispanic leaders would co-chair the committee and hired a local Telemundo reporter to serve as his Hispanic outreach director. The team has been traveling Arizona, organizing bilingual door knocking activities and setting up Spanish-speaking phone banking. English-speaking American taxpayers get the back of McCain’s gnarled hand.

The ever-opportunistic Jason Rose, who the leftist TPM claims “ran” JD Hayworth’s 2010 Primary challenge to McCain, now does a “complete 180,” explaining how McCain has been effective in reaching out to the Latino Community in his desperate attempt at re-election this year.

Actually Rose has spent an entire PR career making a bee-line for money, no matter the source or the ideological bent. When Hayworth discovered Rose’s affiliation with Open Borders efforts in Texas, not to mention his sense of the Flack’s inability to employ any sense of discretion, the former Congressman chose others to operate his senate campaign. Rose promptly went on a “Twitter rant,” demeaning Hayworth’s efforts.

Then, Rose and his lawyer wife, Jordan, fell over themselves getting back into the good graces of John McCain — including making donations to the very campaign Rose at one point hoped to defeat.

The 80-year-old running for another 6-year senate term is as opportunistic and devoid of ethical encumbrances as the PR operative, so it’s not surprising that Rose has found a role vouching for the very senior senator’s “virtue” and his appeals for “diversity.”

But that “diversity” is instead “divisiveness.” It has divided the GOP; it has sidetracked efforts to secure the border; it has ignored the national security imperative of ending illegal immigration.

McCain hopes to con Arizonans one last time — and Rose looks for his next thirty pieces of silver. Quite a team.