AZ Gov. Hobbs signs executive order prioritizing ethnic black hair

March 20, 2023

Political atonement for discriminating against Talonya Adams?

Though Arizona’s public school test scores have lagged behind national scores, and were further negatively impacted by COVID school closures backed by teacher’s union members, democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs has other considerations that she prioritizes as it comes to Arizona‘s children.

Her focus is hair. And not just any hair. Hobbs has prioritized ethnic black hair. Her preposterous Executive Order titled, “Prohibiting Race-Based Hair Discrimination,” dated March 17, 2023 has to be read to be believed.

According to the 2020 U.S. decentennial Census (the most recent available), Black Arizonans comprised fewer than 5 percent of Arizona’s population — but they overwhelmingly vote democrat, so their hair matters to Hobbs.

This shockingly dismal Arizona Schools Report Card made available by the Arizona Department of Education under former Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, a democrat, heralded the promotion of “equity” as standards. Grades were given short shrift.

State Superintendent of Schools Tom Horn, a Republican who previously served as Arizona’s elected attorney general, is back in charge of Arizona’s schools having won reelection as superintendent. Given his past successes in elevating Arizona’s educational standards and scores, Hoffman’s dismal record will be noted for the failure it was.

Hobbs defeated Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake by less than a single percentage point, 50.3% to 49.6%, which is hardly a mandate for Hobbs who continually wields a Janet Napolitano-style veto pen. That underhanded tactic earned the former governor —an open border advocate — who resigned to join the Obama administration, the nickname “J-N0.” Democrats govern by demagoguery. Republicans produce results.

For Gov. Katie Hobbs to prioritize black hair is absurd, but it‘s clearly a tactic to gain the good will of the black voters she needs to bolster her image after her unsavory involvement in the Talonya Adams saga. Talonya Adams, a black staff attorney and policy advisor was fired by then-senate minority leader Hobbs for wanting to be paid a salary commensurate with her white, male counterparts. Adams was paid $30,000 less.

This brief U.S, District Court order shows an impaneled jury awarded senate staff lawyer Talonya Adams — who represented herself in court — nearly $3 Million dollars after being discriminated against by Katie Hobbs.

Project Veritas posted ‘Disappearing Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate,’ during the 2022 campaign. In it Hobbs said, “I don’t want to talk politics with anyone I don’t know.” That must be the reason she refused to participate in the KAET-TV political debate…the only candidate for any statewide office to ever take that stance since the debates began decades ago.


British PM Rishi Sunak vows to deport illegal aliens

March 7, 2023

Biden should take a page from British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s book as U.S. domestic terrorism surges

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, a conservative nearly half Biden’s age at 43, is serious regarding his contention that illegal immigration creates myriad problems. He noted that criminal gangs should not be allowed to continue their activities, which he called “immoral trade.” Sunak said, “Illegal migration is not fair on British taxpayers, it is not fair on those who come here legally and it is not right that criminal gangs should be allowed to continue their immoral trade. I am determined to deliver on my promise to stop the boats.”

Sunak’s comments come at a time when Britain allows illegal aliens to claim asylum after they have crossed the border. As per these laws, illegals are allowed to stay while their case is litigated. You don’t have to strain yourself to know that the illegals use the time to disburse throughout the country they invaded, as Americans are all too well aware, since they are replicating what occurs here.

Scroll down the Atlanta Police Department press release website to see the 23 mug shots of the mostly home-grown domestic terrorists — including two from Arizona — who waged an unprovoked, coordinated attack on the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center’s construction equipment and police officers. Wearing black clothing they entered the construction area and began throwing large rocks, bricks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at police officers. The far-left, dying, Arizona newspaper provided no coverage.

Two high profile shooters, two different outcomes

March 2, 2023

Sirhan Sirhan, now 78, was once again denied parole Wednesday, 55 years after he shot and killed presidential candidate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and wounded five others in Los Angeles in 1969. Sirhan, a Palestinian from Jordan, acknowledged he was angry at Kennedy for his support of Israel.

The latest denial by a two-person board in San Diego came after Sirhan was found suitable for parole by a parole panel in 2021, a decision that was reversed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. In this L.A. Times op-ed published in January 2022, Newsom wrote that Sirhan remained a threat to the public.

Sirhan’s attorney, Angela Berry, said the most recent parole denial was influenced by Newsom’s stringent opposition to the release.

Then there was John Hinckley Jr., who in 1981 attempted to assassinate then-President Ronald Reagan to capture the attention of actress Jodie Foster. Reagan’s would-be assassin was recently granted unconditional release, 41 years after the shooting that rocked the nation. Hinckley, now 67, was found not guilty in the aftermath of the March 30, 1981, attack by a jury that declared him insane. He subsequently spent two sporadic decades in a mental hospital, often released to his mother’s care in her gated Williamsburg, Virginia community where he had access to a Toyota Camry while on extended release.

In 2003, U.S. District Judge Paul L. Friedman, nominated to the federal bench by Bill Clinton, began allowing Hinckley to live outside the hospital with restrictions, and by 2016, he was residing in Virginia at his elderly mother’s golf course estate full-time. She died in July 2021.

Friedman indicated last year that all of Hinckley’s restrictions would be lifted by June 15 if he continued to do well, and confirmed that opinion Wednesday. Judge Friedman, who is a lawyer, not a medical doctor, declared Hinckley “shows no signs of active mental illness.”

Reagan recovered from the shooting, but White House press secretary James Brady was left permanently disabled after being shot in the head. Following Brady’s death in 2014, a medical examiner ruled his death a homicide caused by the wounds inflicted by Hinckley. That message obviously never resonated with Judge Paul Friedman.

Irrational Ronna forgets she is RNC chair, not despotic thought police

February 28, 2023

Emboldened by being elected to an unprecedented fourth consecutive two-year term as Republican National Committee chair, Ronna Romney McDaniel has begun issuing edicts. She will have her hands full trying to enforce a loyalty pledge from 2024 presidential candidates to support the nominee in order for them to participate in debates.

Ronna McDaniel now requires a “pledge” Republican presidential candidates must sign in order to authenticate their candidacy and remain within Ronna’s parameters. She forgets she is the titular head of the party, and individual candidates, their strategists and coordinators determine the paths of their campaigns and political strategy. 

McDaniel presumes every Republican candidate will be all too happy to discard their values and sing the kumbaya anthem.

She’ll be wrong again.

AZ rancher, 73, faces murder charges for defending property from invading illegals

February 23, 2023

George Alan Kelly is being held on $1 million bail in the shooting death of a previously deported illegal alien invading the Nogales, Arizona ranch on which he and his wife work and live.

Arizona’s failing leftwing newspaper characterized the shooting with the words, “rancher shot and killed a Mexican citizen in the back as he ran for his life.”

Fox News earlier reported a GoFundMe account organized on Kelly’s behalf was booted based on its policy explicitly prohibiting campaigns that raise money to cover the legal defense of anyone formally charged with a alleged violent crime.

An active fundraiser for Kelly remains on the Christian crowd funding platform GiveSendGo.

“Neighbors say that he had been having difficulty keeping invaders out and say that Mr. Kelly would have acted in good faith,” the fundraiser’s organizer, Shannon Pritchard, wrote. “It is a tragedy that a simple farmer, who should be protected by the government, has been abandoned and had to defend himself.”

On his website, in a letter titled, “Welcome to safe, historic and beautiful Santa Cruz County,” Sheriff David Hathaway inanely wrote: “As a family with nine children, we can attest to the fact that Santa Cruz County is a great safe place to raise a family and has the advantage of offering the experience of multiple cultures and easy visits to Mexico.”

Hathaway, a democrat, mostly self-funded his $70,000 campaign in Arizona’s smallest county.

Archaic Biden crassly uses bigoted term describing black governor

February 16, 2023

The New York Post article headlines, ‘Biden refers to Maryland’s first black governor, Wes Moore, as ‘boy’ in speech,’ displaying how out of touch relic Biden is as he reverts to antiquated segregationist rhetoric to describe accomplished black male leaders.

Desegregation of American schools culminated with the 1954 Supreme Court case, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, which ruled that separating students by race was unconstitutional. Biden, currently 80-years-old, was then in junior high. Though a career politician, democrat Biden is a product of his time and appallingly has made no effort to modernize his passé thinking. Biden gave the eulogy at the funeral of his democrat segregationist senate colleague Robert Byrd, who began his political career as a high ranking member of the Ku Klux Klan.

Dennis Prager defines LGBTQ+ ‘Pride’ as Totalitarian

February 1, 2023

As those who have read his thought-provoking books and listen to his nationally syndicated radio show know, Dennis Prager is a reliable conservative voice. His biography ends with these words: “When Dennis Prager speaks, America listens.”

With this intro, Seeing Red AZ brings our readers Prager‘s most recent, enlightening column, “LGBTQ+ ‘Pride’ Is Totalitarian,” On occasion we have posted informative columns under the heading, “Weekend Reading Guaranteed To Make You Smarter.” The column we’re directing our readers to today is too timely and pertinent to wait five days to read.

Ukraine: Biden’s reckless proxy war

January 31, 2023

As the war in Ukraine escalates, with Russia sending more troops and munitions to the now ravaged nation — displacing civilians who survive to wander the frozen (average Jan. temperature in Kyiv is 27°F) wasteland with the clothes on their backs. Previously a major producer and world-wide exporter of wheat and corn, displaced Ukrainians are now wondering how they will provide sustenance for themselves and their families.

According to Reuters News, Russia warned the United States on Monday that the last remaining pillar of bilateral nuclear arms control could expire in 2026 without a replacement due to what it said were U.S. efforts to inflict “strategic defeat” on Moscow in Ukraine.

We are not authorities on Ukraine and its untenable situation, but we do read and watch the news. We also remain attuned to former President Donald Trump who recently posted this on his Truth Social Account.

The New York Post headlined a recent report, ‘Biden mislabels Ukraine as aggressor while announcing tanks to Kyiv.’

Dan Steinbock, who writes for The American Conservative authored, “The unwarranted Ukraine proxy war: A year later,” which is illuminating.

Joe has “no regrets” about hiding classified documents for 6 years

January 27, 2023

Karine Jean-Pierre, Biden’s mouthpiece, refuses to answer questions

January 25, 2023

Unfit for the job…credentials include having worked for Obama, and being a black, married lesbian

The scandal surrounding the ever-increasing loads of classified documents found at Joe Biden‘s home, garage and Penn-Biden Center office, continues to grow. Americans appropriately expecting to get official updates on the debacle are thwarted as spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre remains as stoic as a totem, not only claming up, but refusing to take questions about what has become more than an embarrassment. She is known to let an entire press conference lapse without once calling on Fox News’ Peter Doocy. This is her well rehearsed, absurd denial:

KJ-P: “I’m going to have to refer you to the department of justice for that.”

“I’m just going to respect the process.”

KJ-P: “Again I would refer you to the department of justice …next.”

The concerns that the Penn-Biden Center is the recipient of large sums of money from China are detailed in this letter from U.S. Rep. James Comer, (R-KY), chairman of the Congressional Committee on Oversight and Accountability. It is addressed to Ms. Mary Elizabeth Magill, President of the University of Pennsylvania. The congressman minces no words in his search for the truth. He previously wrote this op-ed, “Get Ready for Republican Oversight,” printed in the Wall Street Journal, detailing the need for accountability by the democrats.

H/T RNC Research