Suspended lawyer attacks AZ AG in Republic editorial

December 17, 2017

Serial suer has filed hundreds of lawsuits, been suspended by State Bar

The Opinion page at the daily newspaper consists of a one-sided view of events and individuals. There hasn’t been an Op-Ed page in years — one challenging the editorial page rife with leftist spew. At one time the now-failing Arizona Republic occasionally ran syndicated conservative columnists, whose opinion pieces it had to purchase. Now it relies on “My Turn” activists with a grudge to bolster its radical editorial board’s distorted views.

 The irrational headline, “Why does Brnovich hate the disabled,” is a case in point. Brnovich is Arizona’s Attorney General Mark Brnovich. The absurd “hate” charge is leveled by lawyer Peter Strojnik, a legal gadfly who has made a career of filing specious Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits.  In 2012, Peter Stojnik, was reinstated as a member of the State Bar of Arizona  after being suspended for 30 days.

 The lack of ethics are hereditary. In December 2016, Strojnik’s same named lawyer son was suspended by the State Bar of Arizona for attempting to “publicly shame” a business into settlement. Peter K. Strojnik was suspended for 30 days and ordered to serve a two-year probation period, which included undergoing chemical dependency treatment and  psychological evaluation.

 ABC15 News Investigative reporter Dave Biscobing provides the background on the elder Peter Stojnik’s ongoing legal battles with the Federal Court and Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Hundreds of questionable accessibility lawsuits have been filed against Valley businesses without prior notification.

 The bizarre newspaper article features a boldfaced question below the vulgar headline claiming Brnovich hates the disabled: “Courts have repeatedly slapped down the Arizona attorney general’s efforts to fight the rights of the disabled. Why is he still at it?”

That the Arizona Republic would print this factually incorrect information tells more about the lack of judgment of Phil Boas, the newspaper’s editorial director, than it does about the repeatedly sanctioned, provocateur lawyer who wrote the preposterous article and deals in deceit.

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Jeff Flake’s son, ex-wife lose: Jury decides in favor of Arpaio & taxpayers

December 16, 2017

During a federal civil court trial in which Austin Flake and his now-ex wife Logan Brown were suing the taxpayers of Maricopa County for $8 million in a malicious prosecution case, their attempts to play on the sympathies of the jurors fell flat with Thursday’s verdict.

 The duo were the caretakers for nearly two dozen dogs who died excruciating heat related deaths at a Gilbert kennel owned by Brown’s vacationing parents. They claimed former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio brought charges against them in order to embarrass Flake’s father, Sen. Jeff Flake — so out of step with Arizona Republicans, he does a fine job of discrediting himself without any outside assist. Papa Flake’s polling numbers sunk so low that he has opted not to seek reelection. After writing a 140-page anti-Trump diatribe masquerading as a book and with a title stolen from Barry Goldwater‘s iconic, “Conscience of a Conservative,” he was unable to resuscitate his career. Arizona is not the place to deride Pres. Trump. He won Arizona’s GOP primary by more than 20 percentage points before carrying the state in the general election. Among the president’s most ardent supporters, the feeling of betrayal is particularly intense.

After a six-day trial, the jury was unmoved by Flake and Brown’s claims of fear, distrust of the criminal justice system and depression requiring therapy and medication, resulting in “bickering” that ended their marriage. Austin Flake testified that he was forced to quit BYU until the matter was resolved — and gasp! — he had to get a job. Jurors refused to award them damages in the animal cruelty case that riveted Valley residents in 2014. The shocking account revolved around the boarded dogs being locked in a small utility room, without food, water or cooling in the scorching summer heat. After initially alleging the dogs bit through the electrical wires, they later claimed the air-conditioning unit malfunctioned. A Maricopa County Grand Jury indicted the Flake’s and Logan’s parents Todd and MaLeisa Hughes.

After the divorce, whiney Austin testified he got a dog for emotional support. Had he won, the millions of dollars the twosome originally claimed they deserved, the greenbacks would not have licked his face, but would likely have calmed him considerably.

Deputies from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office found dead dogs piled like cordwood in a nearby shed after the couple’s crude attempts to revive the still dying pets with a garden hose failed.  Austin and Logan admitted they never called a veterinarian, when they first saw the horrific condition of the family pets left in what their owners believed was optimum care.

Seeing Red AZ wrote numerous accounts of the then-ongoing saga that took unexpected twists and turns, exemplified by Logan’s mother and stepfather who were not even in the state at the time of the atrocity serving 23 days jail time. This single post provides a broad overview.


Russian involvement in US election? Nope. it was the FBI

December 15, 2017

When suspicious Republicans got wind of the fact that Democrat operative and former CNN commentator Donna Brazile was funneling questions to Hillary Clinton in advance of the presidential debate, the topic was stonewalled and termed preposterous — until  Brazile, the onetime chair of the DNC, finally admitted her involvement. Hacked emails from the campaign blew the lid off her previous denials.

And so it is with the now known to be fraudulent claims of Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election. “Collusion” was the Democrat’s repeated byword, used to describe Donald Trump, his friends and even family members.

It turns out the collusion was on the part of the FBI, the agency with the reputation of being squeaky clean. People working for the FBI from former Director James Comey on down, were poised to protect the conniving Hillary Clinton. Judicial Watch has done the research and exposes the incredible deception, including the purposeful words Comey used to exonerate Clinton — replacing “gross negligence” which denotes criminality, with the softer term “extreme carelessness.” Political bias clearly influenced the Clinton email investigations.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has become “irreparably tainted” after “endless revelations of bias” against President Trump. Laura Ingraham’s “Angle” monologue is enlightening.

 And that damning dossier guaranteed to bring Donald Trump’s political aspirations to a screeching halt? It was a bogus construct, but gleefully hand-carried to then-FBI Director Comey by none other than Trump-hater Arizona’s Senior Senator (ASS), who had previously referred to his liberal friend Hillary Clinton as a rock star he could support. In the end, he did — as did Arizona’s junior senator Jeff Flake. Both Republicrats announced they and their families withheld their votes from Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

 Flake, who authored a Trump-bashing 140-page booklet, has opted not to seek reelection due to bottom-dragging polling numbers. He did not  want the embarrassment of a massive primary election loss to Dr. Kelli Ward, a family practice physician and conservative former state senator, who had been crushing him in the polls. Prior to his political career, unprincipled Flake worked as a lobbyist and registered foreign agent for Rossing Uranium — one of the world’s largest suppliers of nuclear fuel —- which operates a mine in the African country of Namibia where Flake did his LDS mission. Flake earned a substantial salary opening doors in D.C. and promoting the firm which had deep financial ties to Iran.

Using The Freedom of Information Act, lawyers at Judicial Watch have sued for access to documents to probe this scandal that has permeated the highest levels of our government.

Fox News headlines its report:Republicans turn focus to FBI’s McCabe over texts on ‘insurance’ against Trump.” It’s filled with revealing information.

Although the networks and newspapers have given this scant coverage, expect this investigation to explode.


Sexual predator Bill Clinton: MIA

December 14, 2017

USA Today, the failing Gannett, Inc. parent company filler stuffed inside the anorexic Arizona Republic has its bias on full display this morning. The 12.14.17 edition has an online headline differing from the one that subscribers receive, blasting, “Americans ready to take action against harassment.” The layout of the accompanying photo also differs, depicting now jobless sexual predators Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey and Al Franken Their photos are accompanied by an enlarged center shot of President Donald Trump. In the online version all photos are the same size. Regardless of photo size, however, the message is clear: President Trump needs to be ousted. He was picked up on tape during the campaign discussing women with a male companion. He was overwhelmingly elected, beating back scandal-plagued Hillary to the shock of liberals who regarded her as a sure thing.

Bill Clinton, during his presidency, was impeached for lying and suborning perjury from his associates after it was revealed that he had a sexual relationship with a young female White House intern.  His photo is mysteriously missing from the USA Today front page lineup.

The leftwing, Hillary-endorsing newspaper thinks we all are suffering from amnesia. Our minds are clear. We are Republicans, represented by the elephant, noted for its long memory.

The same newspaper also carries an intentionally divisive headline, “GOP tax cut gets sweeter for rich.” Never mentioned is “the rich” are America’s job creators. Before they were “rich,” they took the risks, did without and  worked the long hours to keep their dream afloat. Through their efforts, they provided others the opportunity to own homes and cars, educate their children and live the American Dream.  Now these same entrepreneurs are ridiculed. Barack Obama, a former “community activist,” who spent his career at the public trough, told them, “You didn’t build that.”


Ala. US Senate election today: LIVE RESULTS HERE 

December 12, 2017

Voter turnout was far greater than predicted with 40.46% of the state’s voters casting ballots. In the end, Democrat Doug Jones won by a slim margin of less than 1%. The final vote totals were Jones 49.92% to Roy Mo0re’s 48.38%. Moore did not concede following the vote tally.

John Merrill, Alabama’s Secretary of State has revised his original predictions of a light 20 to 23% voter turnout in today’s Special Election for the U.S. Senate seat, saying he expects the numbers  to exceed 25 percent. Although the state has not elected a Democrat to the U.S. Senate in 25 years, the barrage of unsubstantiated, nearly 40-year-old allegations against Judge Roy Moore will clearly be a factor. But in the conservative state of Alabama, liberal pro-abortion, Democrat Doug Jones has his own mountain to climb. We’re putting our money on a Roy Moore victory, During the Sept. Primary Election, Luther Strange only won 4 out of 67 counties. During the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump triumphed over Hillary Clinton, by 62.18%  to her 34.33%.

Pres. Trump, a Moore supporter, tweeted this out today — Election Day:

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The people of Alabama will do the right thing. Doug Jones is Pro-Abortion, weak on Crime, Military and Illegal Immigration, Bad for Gun Owners and Veterans and against the WALL. Jones is a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet. Roy Moore will always vote with us. VOTE ROY MOORE!

6:09 AM – 12 Dec 2017

Polls close in Alabama at 7 p.m. (CST). (6 p.m. AZ time)   

 SRAZ WILL CARRY THE LIVE ELECTION RESULTS HERE.


Big spender Jeff Flake donates to Ala. Dem

December 6, 2017

On his way out the door, Flake is once again colluding with Democrats to push amnesty for illegals

With the crucial Alabama U.S. Senate election taking place next Tuesday, Dec. 12, we view the pathetic spectacle of lame duck AZ Sen. Jeff Flake interjecting himself into that race. Flake would rather see Doug Jones — a  pro-abortion, liberal Democrat who opposes repealing and replacing Obamacare — win than political conservative Judge Roy Moore.

Moore has been assailed at every turn since exhibiting the temerity to run for the seat previously held by Jeff Sessions, now U.S. Attorney in the Trump administration. Roy Moore has previously confined his political forays within the state of Alabama, running in four intrastate elections and twice elected state Supreme Court Chief Justice. But it was his ambitious move to run for the vacant U.S. Senate seat, that inflamed the Republicrat establishment which came after him with a vengeance, knowing they couldn’t control him.

In the wake of Harvey Weinstein et al, suddenly women came forward, waving never before heard — and impossible to validate —- allegations that he made overtures to them while they were teenagers and he was in his early 30s, 40 years ago. They took to the media armed not with verifiable facts, but with notorious lawyer Gloria Allred, ever eager to preen for the camera.

Flake’s own political future is in flush mode as he has alienated conservatives to the point that he was forced to make the face-saving decision not to run for a second senate term due to embarrassingly low polling numbers. During his 2012 election he barely squeaked into office by 3 percentage points though several polls predicted him to win by double digits. By the time he dropped out of the 2018 senate race, amnesty supporting Flake had a paltry 18% approval rating.

Interjecting himself into the Alabama senate race is par for Flake’s course. He did the same when Donald Trump sailed past 16 other GOP candidates to win the presidential nomination in 2016..The marginal Flake attempted to belittled Trump declaring, “He can’t and shouldn’t win,” while repeatedly proclaiming his refused to vote for Trump — putting him squarely in Hillary Clinton‘s column, whether by acts of omission or commission.

Now Flake isn’t merely giving the middle finger salute to Judge Roy Moore, but backing it up with money. Despite sitting on a massive pile of campaign cash collected from Washington lobbyists and gullible constituents, he wrote out a whopping $100 check to Democrat Doug Jones and was so proud of it he posted it on twitter.

And speaking of middle finger salutes, Breitbart News reports the slippery Flake is aiming another one in our direction. On his way out the door, he is once again colluding with open borders/amnesty Democrats, trying to legalize between 800,000 to 3.5 million illegal aliens.

We’d suggest calling his office to protest, but loose cannon Flake no longer has to consider constituents since he’s got one foot on a political banana peel and will do all the damage he can until Nov. 2018.

Your time will be better spent assisting principled conservative Dr. Kelli Ward, who is running for that soon to be vacant senate seat. Do what you can to help her get elected. It’s critically important.


Sexual harassment claims become a growth industry

November 22, 2017

“I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.”  —Charlie Rose, now fired from his longtime PBS program and CBS’ “This Morning,”

ASU is evaluating whether to rescind the Walter Cronkite Excellence in Journalism Award, presented to Rose in 2015. Charlie Rose is the latest in a long list of those who have acknowledged claims leveled against them.

New allegations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood, the media, and on Capitol Hill are dominating headlines. Men forcing themselves on women, and in some cases young men or boys, is reprehensible behavior. In recent weeks revelations have reached epidemic proportions. Politicians and celebrities appear to be standing in line to step up to the podium to offer apologies for past indiscretions. Many are entering sex addiction programs to show their commitment to rehabilitating themselves, as they watch their hefty salaries and prestige screech to a halt.

Newsweek’s Anna Menta writing that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of the powerful men who have been accused of sexual harassment, misconduct and assault, has posted a chronological list which will be updated regularly as new allegations come to light.

Conspicuously missing is admitted womanizer, impeached President Bill Clinton. Questionably included is Judge Roy Moore, now running for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. Though he‘s been a candidate five times, none of the 40-year-old allegations arose until the Republican establishment — led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — determined he was too independent to be compliant and began circuitously dredging for “victims” to recite uncorroborated stories, with liberal lawyer Gloria Allred as coach. Moore has emphatically denied the allegations which have been thrown at him for maximum political damage preceding the Dec.12, 2017 special election.

Prior to his dalliance with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which Bill Clinton first lied about, then admitted. (video) he had numerous women claim he forced himself on them. Another Geniffer Flowers, acknowledged a multi-year affair with him. Hillary, Bill’s ambitious enabler wife, blamed the revelations of his indiscretions on the “vast right wing conspiracy,” (video) while she gave campaign aides orders to “destroy” his accusers.

In the increasingly steamy environment, bizarreness has emerged. For a new low in political swagger there is the statement released by Bill O’Neill, an Ohio Supreme Court Justice currently a Democrat candidate for governor. O’Neill, responded to the controversy surrounding Al Franken’s behavior with a grotesque recitation of his own sexual past, which he says was complied to “save my opponents some research time.” He revealed he “was sexually intimate with approximately 50 very attractive females” in the last 50 years.

Are all accusers victims? When repeated denials are issued by the accused, those making the claims should be deposed under oath. Not every assertion is valid. Whether or not allegations have been verified, they are now considered compelling enough to ruin lives and careers. Our legal system still operates under the presumption of innocence. The politically motivated charges against Judge Roy Moore should give us all pause.