New Hampshire 1st 2016 primary: Results here

February 9, 2016

View live 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary election results, including delegate counts and results for Democrat and Republican presidential races. Polls close at 7 p.m. ET.  Arizonans, blessed with Spring like weather would find the cold temperatures daunting, but New Hampshire residents are accustomed to the cold and snow. All nine voters in Dixville Notch voted last night at midnight in a tradition begun in 1960.

Democrat vote results: Hillary Clinton did not receive a single vote. Bernie Sanders won 4 votes. Republican votes:  Donald Trump received 2 , John  Kasich received 3.

This year marks the New Hampshire Presidential Direct Primary Election’s 100th Anniversary  — 1916-2016. 


By George! McCain & Hillary have a lot in common

February 1, 2016

Billionaire leftist George Soros is their common bond

McCain_lovingly_HillaryFor starters, we’ll remind readers of John McCain’s longtime close association with Hillary Clinton and his stated admiration of the devious snake-oil saleswoman. In 2013 he called her arock starhe could support for president in 2016. McCain referred to conservative Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul as representing an obsolete “isolationist, America-Firsters” mindset element of the Republican Party for wanting to enforce our nation’s sovereign border. Republican pretender McCain even took potshots at America’s iconic President Ronald Reagan, sarcastically saying his presidency was “perfect, without ever a problem.”

In Jan. 2014, Seeing Red AZ posted John McCain cavorts with pal George $oros, exposing the deep ties McCain has cultivated with the extremist, America-hating, anti-capitalist. George_Soros_John_McCain

Discover the Networks.org Guide to the Political Left uses this page to direct its focus on multi-billionaire George Soros and the left-wing organizations he has long been instrumental in funding. Tucked in near the bottom of the lengthy list is an entity known as the Shadow Party which was principally conceived and organized by George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Harold McEwan Ickes — all identified with the far left element of the Democrat Party. Other key players included: Morton H. Halperin, Director of Soros’ Open Society Institute and John Podesta, Democrat strategist and former chief of staff for Bill Clinton.

Under the heading Follow the Money, John McCain’s involvement is revealed. Richard Poe, a New York Times-best selling author and award-winning journalist, writes “John McCain Gets Soros Cash.” Why would McCain be the willing recipient of money from Soros — who funded Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns?

We posted McCain joins Soros pushing “refugee” invasion, Nov. 2015 — filled with excellent links that further expose the man who is seeking a sixth, six-year senate term at age 80. The depth of McCain’s deception is mind-boggling.

Soros_and_HillaryThe Daily Caller reports Hillary Clinton is the beneficiary of a $6 million donation from Soros Sunday, in an attempt to save her on the eve of the Iowa caucus — and bringing his total haul to pro-Clinton groups to $8 million. The first paragraph of the report contains a stunning Hillaryism.

Conservative Human Events lists the Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous.

If John McCain lived in Iowa, it’s not a leap to imagine he’d be caucusing for Hillary today. The duo are joined by Soros’ tainted and strings-attached generosity.   


Jon Kyl gives Rubio what he wouldn’t want from McCain

January 27, 2016

Since Marco Rubio has entered the presidential sweepstakes, he’s spent an inordinate amount of time running from his job in the senate and attempting to disavow his collusion with John McCain, Chuck Schumer, Jeff Flake, Dick Durbin and the throng of leftists and RINOs who comprised the infamous Gang of Eight amnesty pushers. Fortunately, their efforts failed — again.

Supportive words regarding Rubio’s candidacy emanating from the lyin’ lips of John McCain would amount to a political kiss of death for the amnesty proponent. Enter former Arizona senator Jon Kyl — now toiling as a DC lobbyist.  He was brought in to lavish praise on the obedient establishment clone Marco Rubio.

Rubio exemplifies the same duplicity Kyl and McCain perfected (deceitful campaign ads under links) —  talk tough about the border, win re-election — then immediately reverse course and advocate for amnesty. 

Rubio has taken hits trying to explain away his senate absences by arguing that the votes he would have cast are meaningless. “A lot of these votes don’t mean anything. They’re not going to pass, and even if they did, the President would veto them.”  It’s the old “dog ate my homework” ruse and works about as well.

Florida’s junior senator not showing up for work doesn’t phase Kyl. Politico carries Kyl‘s compliment:

“He didn’t shy away from the [amnesty] issue. People looked to him for leadership, and he provided it,” Kyl said. “Not everybody was happy with the proposals that he actually supported, but there’s an old saying in politics: ‘You can’t get something without giving something.’ If you want to just have it your way all the time, you’re never going to get anything done.”

There’s also an old saying among principled conservatives that Marco Rubio and Kyl obviously missed: “If you stand for anything, you stand for nothing.” 


Trump tramples intelligence of supporters

January 26, 2016

Donald Trump is so confident of the loyalty of his supporters that he recently boasted, “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters.” 

He delivered his crass message at a weekend campaign rally in Sioux Center, Iowa. The Feb. 1 Iowa caucus is less than a week away, making the timing of hurling insulting comments at his base all the more odd.  Though the caucus is widely regarded as crucial to the 2016 presidential race, this list of previous winners exposes the fallacy of it as an accurate predictor of future White House occupants.

At stake are 30 Republican and 52 Democrat delegates.


GOP debate tonight Jan. 14: Main event 7:00 PM

January 14, 2016

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Undercard debate begins at 4:00 pm (AZ time)

The latest Republican Presidential debate — the first in the 2016 election year — will be held in North Charleston, South Carolina .tonight, Thursday, Jan. 14. The event will be hosted by Fox Business Network. Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo will moderate the prime time debate. Trish Regan and Sandra Smith will moderate the earlier, second tier debate.

The prime time debate begins at 7:00 pm AZ Time, (9:00 pm ET).  This top-tier event features seven candidates: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich. Chris Christy who has seen a recent resurgence is back on the prime time lineup after previously being dropped to second tier.

Participants qualifying for the earlier debate which will air at 4:00 pm AZ Time (6 p.m. ET) are: Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum. Carly Fiorina, dropped from the main stage this time around, will join them. Rand Paul has announced he will boycott tonight’s debate after being demoted to the lesser event.

Criteria for participation on the main stage can be found here.

Both debates will air on the FOX Business Network and live stream on FOXBusiness.com.

Additional information on viewing accessibility can be read here.

The focus will be on economic, domestic and international policy issues.


Obama’s brazen anti-gun agenda stifles 2nd Amendment

January 5, 2016

Arrogant executive action usurping congressional powers latest in series ranging from climate change to illegal immigration

The imperial Barack Obama, increasingly inclined to govern unilaterally — bypassing congress by use of his regal twins executive orders, and issuances of Presidential Memoranda is at it again.

This time instead of cozying up to communist dictators in Cuba and colluding to expand nuclear capabilities to Islamic madmen in Iran, he’s playing hardball with the U.S. Constitution. In attempting to curtail our Second Amendment freedoms, the lame duck president fully exposes what many Americans have long regarded as his contempt of our liberty.

Obama’s overreaches have resulted in a record number of firearms-related background checks — well over 23-million — last year. Records indicate that more guns were sold in 2015 than in any previous year in American history. In December alone, the FBI conducted 3,314,594 background checks, an increase of more than half a million checks over the previous single-month record set in December 2012.

Simply put, gun and ammo sales are surging because Americans have no confidence the government can protect them and their families and actually fear Obama’s repressive tactics.

Among Obama’s proposed firearm restrictions, curbs on gun purchases would extend to those accused of violence against current or former dating partners or those with temporary restraining orders. A gun-possession ban for Social Security beneficiaries who are believed incapable of handling their own finances is also included.

On Monday, Jan. 4, Barack Obama released this multi-pronged FACT SHEET: New Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence. Individual sales between two people will require the seller be a registered, licensed dealer, and submit to a background check any time they sell a gun from their private collection. Assessing mental health has become the purview of the government as doctors are asked to become informants.  

Hypocrisy is rampant. As they propose to diminish our Second Amendment rights, Obama and his family and the Clinton’s are secure with armed secret service protection.  Seeing Red AZ posted “Dem gun hypocrites,” in Dec. 2012, detailing the congressional liberals and double talking,  left-wing celebrities who have concealed carry permits and own firearms — which they support restricting us from accessing.   

The Second Amendment is about much more than simply carrying concealed, hunting, or sport shooting. Our right to keep and bear arms is a bulwark against tyranny.

The TrainMeAZ Campaign is designed to teach and bring gun safety and knowledge to every Arizonan. Check it out.


Fiorina’s secret weapon: Ovide Lamontagne leads NH team

January 4, 2016

Three time loser tapped to help Carly Fiorina win

If you haven’t heard of Ovide Lamontagne, you aren’t alone. He’s something of a GOP mover and shaker in New Hampshire, where he’s run for and lost numerous offices. In 1996, he ran for governor and lost to Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. With political zeal still coursing through his veins in 2010, he ran for the U.S. Senate, this time losing the nomination to Kelly Ayotte. In 2012 he ran for governor again and lost to another Democrat — Maggie Hassan.

Now he’s been signed on as Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina’s New Hampshire state chairman, according to the Union Leader newspaper.

“With Ovide leading our efforts in New Hampshire as State Chairman, we will continue to build momentum around the state,” Fiorina said in a statement.

Time is short. The New Hampshire Primary takes place Feb. 9.

Fiorina, the former CEO of HP, is currently running in 8th place in New Hampshire polls, even trailing Jeb Bush.

It looks like Ovide Lamontagne has got his work cut out for him. But, as the old adage goes, “the fourth time might be the charm.”


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