Adm. Lyons: U.S. transformation in full swing since 2008

August 31, 2015

Muslim Brotherhood has penetrated all U.S. National Security Agencies

In a no-holds-barred speech, retired Four Star Admiral James “Ace” Lyons begins his presentation to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. earlier this year, by declaring Barack Obama has implemented the unilateral disarmament of our military. He unequivocally states that under Obama’s guidance, all of our national security agencies have been infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama is obviously making good on his promise to fundamentally transform the United States of America.  Few of us will forget the words uttered by presidential candidate Barack Obama days preceding the 2008 election. The foolish crowds, taught moral equivalency rather than American exceptionalism, by liberal unionist teachers, cheered as he vowed, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.”

Watch Adm. Lyon’s brief presentation, listen to his warning and forward it to your contacts. Regardless of your stance on the 2016 presidential candidates, this information is something we all can agree is critical for our nation’s survival. It’s imperative we unite behind someone who puts America first.


Latest Iowa poll: Trump 23, Carson 18; Clinton weak

August 30, 2015

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a commanding 23 percent lead among Iowa caucus participants according to the Bloomberg-Des Moines Register poll released Saturday. Ben Carson moves up to second place at 18 percent. Iowa’s barometer-like importance is tied to the middle America state hosting the first 2016 nomination balloting contest.

Trump was rated favorably by 61 percent of likely Republican caucus-goers and unfavorably by 35 percent in the new survey.

The turnabout in numbers has been surprising. Scott Walker, once the frontrunner in Iowa, has seen his support slip to a mere 8 percent —- placing him in a tie for third place with Ted Cruz. Both men appeared stronger contenders earlier.

Jeb! is on life support in Iowa, scoring below Walker and Cruz with just 6 percent. The amnesty and Common Core supporting dynastic Bush has one of the highest unfavorable ratings among the 17 Republican candidates, and is supported by only 16 percent of those who consider themselves establishment Republicans, the group whose favor he has specifically curried.

On the Democrat side, problem plagued Hillary Clinton has lost a third of her supporters since May. The “smartest woman in the world” has Bernie Sanders, a 74-year-old, self-declared Democrat Socialist, nipping at her heels and trailing her by only 7 points — 37-30. The actual melee will occur if the gaffe-prone VP Joe Biden enters the race, as appears more likely. Biden. and his advisors are meeting with prospective donors, organized labor and other major liberal constituencies to assess his potential support and Clinton’s weaknesses in key early states.

The next GOP debate is scheduled for Sept. 16, at the Reagan Library.  Expect the list to constrict further.

This is the attention-grabbing snapshot of the Bloomberg-Des Moines Register GOP polling numbers:

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Alarming! 100%+ voter registration rates

August 28, 2015

136 counties in 21 states have more registered voters than adult residents

True the Vote, the nation’s leading voters’ rights and election integrity organization, has announced its latest findings in an ongoing effort to reduce outdated records in America’s voter rolls.

136 counties in 21 states were given notices of potential violation of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, requiring election officials to make reasonable efforts to maintain voter rolls. Counties in receipt are demonstrated to have more than 100 percent voter registration at the time of the 2014 Election and have not indicated any significant effort to address the problem in the months following.

“It’s important that engaged voters keep the pressure on election officials to ensure that outdated or ineligible records are quickly addressed,” True the Vote Founder Catherine Engelbrecht said. “Bloated voter rolls hurt everyone. Deceased voters aren’t removed, duplicate registrations aren’t revoked and the records of voters who’ve relocated aren’t corrected. Low verification standards, like absence of voter ID, add to the confusion.”

“Bloated rolls create the ideal environment for identity theft and voter fraud.  With the U.S. Justice Department still refusing to set a national standard and enforce federal maintenance requirements, we’re now starting to see entire states come close to showing over 100 percent registration,” Engelbrecht added.

Key Highlights:

  • Who’s the Worst: Kentucky, Michigan and Indiana lead the nation in counties with 100% plus voter registration rates with more than 10 each (total voter registration rate per state)
  • Kentucky – 94%
  • Michigan – 95%
  • Indiana – 92%
  • Becoming an Urban Problem: Larger, suburban counties in Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan without a history of 100% plus rates are now over the line
  • 2016: The states represented in this most recent finding account for 305 Electoral College votes –a landslide total

Counties in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia received pre-litigation notices. True the Vote has requested that the counties outline efforts to remove dead, felon, moved or otherwise ineligible voters ahead of the 2016 election season to avoid litigation.

This latest research finding builds upon a body of work that has led to lawsuits against the States of Indiana and Ohio to update voter rolls in 2012.

Seeing Red AZ has addressed the issue of voter fraud several times over the past years. This post,  Voter fraud? “We’re not the police” contains links and a video that are valuable resources on this crucial issue as we head into the 2016 election cycle.

 


Donald Trump draws massive crowd in Alabama

August 22, 2015

Trump’s Alabama rally moved to 40,000-seat stadium to accommodate the crowds

Speaking to supporters in Alabama Friday, Trump’s immigration policy including building a wall on the southern border, was endorsed by conservative Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions who told the crowd, “I’m really impressed with your plan. I know it will make a difference.”

Sessions is a respected voice for, and steadfast supporter of, American workers and national security.

The fact that Trump continues to surge in the presidential polls is the actual barometer of American frustration over the illegal invasion.


Who’s $pending to exert political influence?

August 15, 2015

Record amounts spent by three top lobbying groups in Q2, 2015

On July 20th, filings on federal lobbying expenditures made between April 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015 were due to the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives. MapLight analyzed the 10 organizations that spent the most on lobbying Congress and federal agencies during this time period.

Take a guess which three organizations spent record amounts on lobbying efforts in the second quarter of 2015.

The arrows on either side of this chart, move to the next lobbying group and the amount they spent to influence votes. This compelling site is chock full of intriguing information regarding the money flow.

If you’ve wondered why your members of the U.S. House and Senate aren’t responding to your concerns about such crucial issues as the continuing illegal invasion of our country, the answer can be found on these pages. Let’s face it. Your donations are just too damn paltry. It’s impossible for individuals to compete with the mega-funding of the amnesty-supporting, illegal labor profiteers at the Chamber of Commerce.

Check out some of the bills by clicking on the bill title and compare the funding to the votes. Money talks.

MapLight bills itself as “celebrating 10 years of revealing money’s influence on politics.”  We think you’ll agree they do a bang-up job. There’s even more to find as you nose around the site. Chances are you’ll spend some quality time here.


Rick Perry expected to close 2016 campaign

August 11, 2015

The unwieldy list of 17 Republican presidential candidates appears to be paring itself down.

It’s being reported that Rick Perry’s presidential campaign team is no longer being paid. Fundraising has not met expectations for the former Texas governor and his polling numbers have never risen beyond 2 percent.  That fact prevented Perry from participating in the Top 10 prime time Presidential debate Aug. 6, hosted by Fox News and viewed by a record 24 million.

Wikipedia has a listing of the current 2016 GOP candidates. Expect the roster to continue to narrow. Watch for shuffling to take place as others follow Perry off the political stage and a second tier candidate repositions.  We’re expecting the impressive Carly Fiorina to advance. 

Fiorina shared the earlier non-prime time debate stage with Rick Perry, Bobby Jindal, Lindsey Graham, Rick Santorum, George Pataki, and Jim Gilmore. 

Establishment favorite Jeb Bush is lagging with American voters, who haven’t warmed to him as Karl Rove and the illegal labor profiteers at the Chamber of Commerce have. 

Donald Trump continues to dominate the news and poll numbers as evidenced in this NBC News survey taken after the debate. Fiorina and Ted Cruz had the biggest gain in favorability ratings, at seven and six points, respectively. Trump gained one additional point, adding to his 22 percent surge in the polling last week.

Poll results showed that 54 percent of Trump’s supporters indicated they would vote for him as an Independent candidate if he doesn’t win the Republican nomination. 

A rash of controversial comments that would have deep-sixed other candidates by now, don’t stick to the Teflon Trump.

Trump’s steadfast commitment to addressing America’s easily penetrable border and his resolve to build a wall, have driven his continually burgeoning numbers. Promises of amnesty for illegals and inaction on the invasion of our country don’t resonate with American voters.

 


Pres. Richard Nixon resigned 41 years ago today

August 8, 2015

War on conservatives has deep roots

There is a correlation between the taking down of President Richard Nixon and the removal of Gov. Evan Mecham from office here in Arizona. The media despised both of the Republicans for their conservative bent and went after them with relentless fervor. Mecham, a successful businessman and former state senator, faced a simultaneous impeachment, recall and endured a criminal trial — in which he was acquitted of the charges brought against him. The press was on a mission to remove him from the day the ballots were counted in 1986 and he was declared the winner.

Both men served their country in the military. Mecham was an Army Air Corps officer, a decorated war hero, and was held as a prisoner during World War II.

After completing law school and working in the legal field, Nixon served as a Navy Lieutenant Commander in the Pacific during World War II, winning numerous medals.

Most people know of his resignation (video) as a result of what was referred to as the Watergate scandal, but few are aware of his numerous accomplishments while President. From his days in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate, he was a leading anti-Communist when Communism was the major threat to our life and liberty, as Islamic terrorism is acknowledged to be today. He was also Governor of California and  served eight years as Vice President of the United States. Richard Nixon was reelected in 1972 by one of the largest landslides in U.S. history. 

Long before it was trendy, Pres. Nixon established the Environmental Protection Agency. He ended American involvement in the Vietnam War, bringing home American prisoners. Nixon ended the military draft and lowered the voting age from 21 to 18, reasoning that if you were old enough to serve your country in the military during combat, you should be old enough to vote for those who govern us. His presidential administration supported transferring power from Washington to the states, and he supported and enforced desegregation of Southern schools, opposed by Democrats. Nixon opened previously closed diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China and initiated détente, which he referred to as  a “thawing out” of relations with the Soviet Union, resulting in the much heralded Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. 

There’s more to the story.


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