Carrier shutdown averted, Trump saves American jobs

December 1, 2016

A major reason Trump’s campaign message resonated so strongly

As he campaigned for president, Donald Trump spoke about American companies that were planning on closing their U.S. based facilities and moving to Mexico. Air-conditioning manufacturer Carrier Corp. was one of the companies Trump called out by name.  With its intended relocation 1,400 jobs at its Indianapolis-based manufacturing facility would have been lost. Think of that as 1,400 families wondering how they would keep a roof over their heads and food on the table.

With his Jan. 20, 2017 inauguration still weeks away, president-elect Donald Trump has already secured an early victory as he and Vice President-elect Mike Pence directly intervened calling Gregory Hayes the CEO of United Technologies Corporation, Carrier’s parent company, persuading the manufacturer to remain in Indiana.

Under terms of the agreement, Carrier will receive tax incentives from the state economic development corporation to keep the jobs in the state.

Watch this video to see why Donald Trump’s election was not a shock to those who pay attention to what’s actually going on in this country. When a company official told longtime employees, “I want to be clear. This is strictly a business decision,” it moved lifelong Democrats to vote for the man who promised to keep American jobs in America. Carrier workers in Indiana are paid approximately $20 an hour as compared to Mexican workers who would have earned $3. During the announcement, the company rep repeatedly told the disgusted employees to quiet down.

United Technologies Corporation (UTX) took a nosedive on the heels of its announced move to Mexico and is still trying to rebound.

Other companies Trump mentioned during the campaign that were poised to head south are Ford Motor Co. and Nabisco, maker of all-America cookie favorite Oreo.


Religion of Peace update — more terror Nov. 28, 2016

November 29, 2016

Abdul Razak Ali Artan, an Ohio State University freshman drove his vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians at the school, then jumped out and stabbed numerous people with a butcher knife, before police officer Alan Horujko, rightly hailed as a hero, shot and killed the attacker on Monday. At least 11 victims were transported to hospitals.

PJ Media reports that in a new publication, ISIS has called for random knife attacks in “alleys, forests, beaches, and quiet neighborhoods. ” Also on the hit-list are kids engaged in sports.

Artan, 18, was a Somali refugee. He was a legal U.S. permanent resident. The city of Columbus where the campus attack took place has a large Somali population, the second largest in the United States.

ABC News reveals Artan’s Facebook rant that was posted just minutes before his bloody rampage began.

Ohio Governor John Kasich released a statement that state residents’ “thoughts and prayers go out to the Ohio State community.” The “thoughts a prayers” message is heard so often under these circumstances, the words are beginning to ring hallow.  What  Kasich, and every other governor should do is join together 50 strong to implore the federal government to impose stiffer immigration standards and shut down the influx of unable-to-be-vetted “refugees.” The feds are not doing their job to fulfill these key words in the Preamble to the United States Constitution: “….. establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity….

Although the Somali Student Association has a prominent presence on campus, (check out the audience in the opening frames of video link) Artan, now being referred to as a terror suspect, was offended over what he regarded as too few prayer rooms to accommodate Muslim students.

On the White House website we are treated to Barack Obama’s condolences (in both English and Spanish) on the death of Cuba’s brutal Communist dictator Fidel Castro. He also lets us know he has pardoned the national turkey, There is not, however, a single word referencing this latest terrorist attack on American soil.  He didn’t even say that if he had a son, he would look like Abdul — as he did with Trayvon MartinHe’ll probably get around to it when he returns from the golf course.


Hillary Clinton should be indicted, not elected

November 3, 2016

What will it take for the Arizona Republic to withdraw its endorsement?

With less than a week before Election Day, Hillary Clinton’s scandals have grown at breakneck speed. Extending past the private mail server located in her basement which compromised national security and the money-making machine and pay for play scheme, selling access to then-Secretary of State Clinton —  inextricably entangled with the Clinton Foundation. We’ve read with disgust how Democrat strategist and interim DNC Chair Donna Brazile acknowledged in a now disclosed email to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, “From time to time I get the (townhall/debate) questions in advance.” Guess who she passes them along to? 

As the walls began closing in, Hillary Clinton’s closest aides and advisers were given immunity.

National Review’s Andrew C. McCarthy writes, “The Clinton E-mails Are Critical to the Clinton Foundation influence peddling Investigation.”

All of this deceit leads to at the highest levels. The latest disclosures involve recordings detailing that FBI agents felt they had sufficient evidence to pursue an indictment of Hillary Clinton, but were shut down by U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s Department of Justice. 

Yes, the same Loretta Lynch who had a private jet-board meeting with Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport — ostensibly to discuss Bill’s golf game and grandchildren — as Hillary’s mounting legal problems were worsening. Despite reaching political heights, the self identified po’ boy from Hope, Arkansas still function as a power obsessed hick.

Even Barack Obama is weighing in on the FBI‘s investigation, as he watches his ‘third term’ drop like a rock, declaring, “We don’t operate on innuendo, incomplete information or leaks.” Democrats Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, great fans of the FBI Director just last month, are now piling on James Comey for reopening the investigation. The FBI Director’s term is ten years long for a reason.

Bypassing mere politics by a mile, with raw criminality front and center, the likelihood of a Clinton indictment is worth betting on.


2016 Election rigged? Of course it’s rigged

October 19, 2016

Donald Trump’s allegation is right on target

For most Americans, questioning the integrity of elections has not qualified as a front burner issue. We believed in the righteousness of the process. Whether or not the winner was our choice, we dutifully accepted the results of what we have long considered an unquestionably equitable system.

But like a brick with a threatening note hurled through the window, we have been shocked from our complacency. Though we have every right to expect neutrality from the press, it’s not news that the media lean left, which affects reporting.

Now WikiLeaks reveals how deeply embedded reporters are in the 2016 presidential election, even funneling questions to Hillary Clinton via DNC Chair Donna Brazile in advance of a televised debate. A new data dump, reported by Zero Hedge, including thousands of Podesta email exchanges underscores the deceit. Lobbyist John Podesta is the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. He was previously Chief of Staff to Bill Clinton and advisor to Barack Obama. His organization Center for American Progress is funded to the tune of $ millions by anti-American George Soros.

Deception has permeated the highest levels. This morning’s Daily Caller reports that according White House records, Robert Creamer, a key operative in a Democrat scheme to send agitators to create chaotic disruptions at Donald Trump’s rallies has visited the White House 342 times since 2009.

The Center for Public Integrity has illuminated the collusion of the press with the Clinton campaign, in an article titled,Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash.”

Those identified as journalists, reporters, news editors or television news anchors — as well as other donors known to be working in journalism were identified in federal campaign finance filings as having donated nearly $400,000 — of which more than 96 percent has benefited Clinton.

Evidence of dead and ineligible voters on voter rolls is highlighted by former DOJ voting rights section attorney J. Christian Adams on Fox and Friends. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, says dead voters typically vote as Democrats.

The elections director in Indiana, the home state of Gov. Mike Pence, Donald Trump’s VP running mate, says she has found thousands of incidents of altered voter registrations which she characterized as potential “voter fraud.”

Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe has video evidence of a liberal deputy political director of a left-wing group boldly admitting to engaging in grand scale voter fraud.

In 2012, we posted another Project Veritas video revealing shocking conversations with election officials in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When questioned by the undercover videographers whether they were acting within the law by requesting numerous registration forms without any IDs, the election department workers said, “We’re not the police.”

Those are the same words used by Maricopa County Recorder and inferred by Arizona Secretary of State referencing their intentions not to enforce the state’s new law prohibiting ballot harvesting.

The integrity of election is no longer a given. After eight years of Obama and the prospect of Hillary leading his third term, Republicans have much to be concerned about.

 


Spare us Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Celebrate Columbus today

October 12, 2016

Christopher Columbus who was heralded for “sailing the ocean blue in 1492” is the latest victim to fall to the overarching lunacy of political correctness. In fact, Christopher Columbus is now regarded as a white exploiter of Indian tribes, bringing white men’s diseases from Europe and initiating the changing of the culture of the noble nomadic tribes, living in teepees and hogans, communicating via smoke signals and drums and without written languages.

President Benjamin Harrison established the Columbus Day holiday in 1892, the 400th anniversary of Columbus’ landing in the “New World” in 1492.

Next, the District of Columbia along with the cities Columbus, Ohio, Georgia, Mississippi and Indiana, will be forced to change their names. .Americans of Italian heritage should be outraged, but even Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio, whose parents were Italian immigrants, voted to go along with the program, rationalizing that Phoenix doesn’t observe Columbus Day as a paid holiday. The move won’t rename an established celebration, as other cities have done — yet.


Precinct Committeemen: Have you been McPurged?

September 7, 2016

Wednesday evening: The PC numbers in challenged districts are finally posted. Click on link in the first paragraph and you‘ll get a free ride.

According to reports, today is the day the results for the precinct committeeman races will finally be available and posted at the Maricopa County Recorder‘s website.  Given that election day was over a week ago and early ballots were being tabulated over the past month, the excessive wait makes little sense. 

As we noted previously, these races take on greater significance given the high level, behind the scenes machinations to remove elected conservatives— many longtime PCs — from within the precincts. The unpaid, grassroots workers of the Republican Party are once again having an elbow thrust in their gut, as the GOPe (establishment) is working with Team McCain to oust McCain disloyalists — real or imagined — from the party ranks. Concerted efforts include purposely overfilling the allotted number of committeemen allowed in each precinct and then either mailing out or hand delivering cards to households listing names comprising a “conservative slate.”  The maneuver is intended to aid the establishment by knocking actual conservatives off the roster. The fact that these are loyal Republican workers is of no consequence when it comes to the down in the weeds, devious schemes few would expect busy U.S. Senators to engage in.

This is not a new phenomenon. Former Sen. Jon Kyl engaged in these underhanded tactics in 2012As we pointed out at that time, the precinct committeemen elections are crucial since it is the elected precinct committeemen who elect the intra-party leadership. Having conservatives in these posts hinders the efforts to have malleable stooges voted in to do the biding of the Republicrat honchos, who invariably push for amnesty immediately after they are reelected — though they campaign as committed agents of border security.

Following McCain’s censure by elected state committeemen at the 2014 annual Statutory Meeting of the State Committee of the Arizona Republican Party, he undertook a mission to replace conservatives. His deceptive trickery with out-of-state Obama donors made the national news. Read about his tyrannical tactics in Front Page magBreitbart, and POLITICO.

McCain’s retaliatory actions against conservatives went even further, as he and liberal Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich) urged IRS’s Lois Lerner’s involvement in a scheme to target conservatives for additional scrutiny from the tax agency.

For memory refreshers, this was Kyl’s deceptive campaign ad before the votes were tabulated and he joined McCain in another amnesty deception. Here is McCain’s infamous border walk ad, where he urged building the danged fence. Jeff Flake also lied as he conveniently tacked right on the border in a tight race. The open border newspaper went ballistic, calling his change of heart on legalizing millions of illegal aliens “jarring.” He bore the newspaper’s wrath by being called a “politician” no longer a “statesman.’

The editorial board needn’t have worried.  He reverted to his amnesty stance the very next day as he colluded with his mentor McCain and formed the disreputable Gang of Eight with liberal senators Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin and others.

Check here later today to see if you’ve been McPurged. No specific time was given for the release of the vote totals.

In this Jan. 17, 2016 press release, Tyler Bowyer, Maricopa County Republican chairman gives voice to the grassroots activist’s dissatisfaction. He gets it


McCain colluders Graham, Lynch set to scuttle Trump….& UPDATE

August 19, 2016

Update-tagEureka!  We Found AZ’s Elusive Presidential Electors

Although attempts to locate the names of those representing Arizona’s Republican voters as members of the 2016 Electoral College were dead ends, we finally located the following list. Since they were appointed by Arizona Republican Chairman Robert Graham, it would seem reasonable they would be proudly displayed on the AZ GOP website. They were not. He should have been happy enough with these McCain-supporting electors to have given them prominence. Why the secrecy?

The Arizona presidential electors are Foster Morgan of Glendale, Walter Begay of Kayenta, Bruce Ash of Tucson, Sharon Giese of Mesa, Jim O’Connor and Jerry Hayden of Scottsdale, and Robert Graham, Edward Robson, Carol Joyce, Alberto Gutier and Jane Lynch of Phoenix.

Politico runs a disturbing report regarding GOP Electoral College members stating they will not support Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee. Jane Lynch, an Arizona elector,is quoted as saying she’ll likely cast her personal vote for libertarian Gary Johnson or a write-in candidate.

In other words, Jane Lynch will be supporting Hillary Clinton. And why not?  Lynch was a founding member of the deceptively named Grassroots Arizona PAC, rife with out-of-state Obama donors, bent on taking out conservatives. Connect the dots. One of the initial donors to the PAC was Paul Hickman, who at the time was John McCain’s Arizona chief of staff. 

 “I don’t like the fact that I’m going to do this,” said Lynch regarding committing her electoral vote to Trump. The 75-year-old Lynch who has attended eight national Republican conventions affirmed her belief that there’s an increasing likelihood that Trump will lose Arizona to Hillary Clinton. 

“Bill Clinton did win Arizona in 1996,” she recalled. “So it’s not too far-fetched that Mrs. Clinton might win Arizona.” Lynch’s wishful thinking isn’t factoring in Obama fatigue, the ongoing scandals engulfing Hillary, her deteriorating health, the generational divide separating the Clinton candidacies, nearly $20 Trillion dollars in debt, the emergence of ISIS under her terms as Secretary of State, and the fact that Slick Willy was a more likable figure than Shrillary.

The President of the United States is not elected by popular vote but rather by electors in the Electoral College. In 2016, Arizona has 11 electoral votes. Arizona’s share of electoral votes represents 2 percent of the 538 electoral votes up for grabs in the general election and 4 percent of the 270 votes needed to be elected president. Electors of both the Republican and Democrat parties are selected by their party chairmen.

In the case of Jane Lynch, GOP chairman Robert Graham bears the responsibility for choosing a like-minded, known McCain ally, who gives lip service to Republican values, but turns decidedly squishy when backbone counts, like the aisle crossing, pro-amnesty maverick himself. The list of Arizona’s members of the 2016 Electoral College appears to be shrouded in secrecy, since numerous attempts to locate their names proved fruitless.

The conservative grassroots of the Republican Party are well aware of Robert Graham’s close ties to John McCain. Graham’s appointment of Lynch, whose stated intent to betray the Republican presidential candidate aligns with McCain’s ongoing betrayals of Republican principles. An abbreviated list of only a dozen such deceits can be read here. Memory refreshing is a good thing.