Prof’s apt reply to ‘Person of the Year’ Greta Thunberg

December 15, 2019

Time Magazine recently named Greta Thunberg ‘Person of the Year.” The strident Swedish 16-year-old, who is traveling far too much to rightly be described as a school girl, (she is, in fact, a drop-out) is heralded for denouncing world leaders who don’t ascribe to her climate change activism, specifically omitting naming major polluters China and India while blasting the U.S. The financing of her global travels remains a mystery. Her insults shrilly barked from the platform oddly given her at the United Nations, were specifically hurled at the United States and our President Donald Trump. For this she has become the darling of the leftist media.

Thunberg encouraged worldwide student school strikes for climate and blasted United Nations representatives with her “How Dare You” speech — threatening, “We will not let you get away with this…we will never forgive you.” For this, she has become praiseworthy as the youngest Time honoree.

The issue of climate change, regarded as cyclical by many scientific experts, has been hijacked by anarchists and this arrogant teen afflicted with Asperger Syndrome who is the daughter of an opera singer and an actor. She commands international attention as she issues threats and accuses the U.S. and industrialized nations of “stealing my dreams.” Hatred of America, the most generous nation on the planet, is a guaranteed attention grabber.

Professor Jason D. Hill responds to Greta Thunberg with a brilliant commentary, titled,An Open Letter to Greta Thunberg: You are not a moral leader. But I will tell you what you are.”  Hill’s extensive credentials follow his open letter.

It was published on Front Page mag and is definitely worth your time.

Shining a dose of antiseptic sunlight on the magazine’s radical left perspective, Time itself notes its other finalists “were three people at the center of the impeachment proceedings against President Trump: the president himself, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and the anonymous whistleblower whose complaint helped set the impeachment inquiry in motion.”

What a surprise.


Dems prioritize impeachment,except when golf’s on 

December 14, 2019

Distraught Democrats, who began discussing the prospect of impeaching President Donald Trump immediately after his inauguration, have made good on their promise, while kicking the Constitution in the shins. Unable to get over their angst that scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election, they’ve come up with novel, politically motivated charges in the articles of impeachment they’ve brought against the Republican president: one for abuse of power and a second for obstruction of Congress. The surging economy and record employment numbers are not on their retribution focused minds.

The Dems are moving at breakneck speed, hoping to beat the 2020 election clock while overturning the 2016 vote they despised. The other compelling force is the impending loss of ailing, 86-year-old Supreme Court Associate Justice, former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It would be unthinkable to them if President Trump made a third appointment to the high court, definitively altering the composite for decades to come. These impeachment obsessed leftists take their jobs seriously. Nothing can diminish their dedication…except a good golf game, as Louisiana Democrat U.S. Rep. Cedric Levon Richmond demonstrates. He’s definitely got his priorities in order, and a guy who forges his own path. When he and his bride married, they registered for gifts at Williams Sonoma and Babies R Us.

*H/T Video courtesy of Steve Guest, RNC’s Rapid Response Director


Anti-Trump play to debut in Phoenix

December 12, 2019

In a move sure to arouse more than toe-tapping, the Phoenix Theatre Company (PTC) is veering from solid entertainment to celebrating illegal immigration. Season ticket holders are paying to be propagandized by political leftism masquerading as a musical.

‘Americano!’ is being heralded as the centerpiece of The Phoenix Theatre Company’s 100th Anniversary Season for 2020. It doesn’t come cheap to be insulted and have your belief in the rule of law demeaned. Decent Saturday night seats run close to $100 bucks apiece, not including additional “fees.”

This synopsis comes directly from the PTC: “This musical true story follows Tony, the child of immigrants who discovers his undocumented status when he tries to enlist in the Marines. With his lifelong dream of serving in the military vanishing quickly, Tony must confront his family, his heritage, and a deeply divided country. Featuring a sumptuous original score of new music, Americano! casts a profoundly human light on what it means to be a Dreamer.”

Notice the word manipulation:

“Child of immigrants”: Omits the word “illegal.” Actual immigrants come to the United States legally.

“Undocumented status”: They have plenty of documents. Our 2008 post titled, “Lingo,” provides the facts.  Read Number 3.

“Dreamer”: Read D.R.E.A.M. Act morphs into dreamy amnesty.

If this is the latest trend in live theater, rational Valley residents might want to reconsider their entertainment options.


Dems take their own pulse, as Americans rally in Pres’ support

December 11, 2019

It’s been said that a doctor who treats himself has a fool for a patient. The same can be said in reference to Democrats suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome who self medicate by overdosing on potentially lethal impeachment meds. Political irony at its best was on full display Tuesday. Partisan extremists who populate the Democrat Party moved forward with farcical articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, the same day, Americans turned out by the thousands to attend his Hershey, Pennsylvania rally.

Trump enthusiast Scott Presler gifts us with his video showing the massive crowd supporting the president. Hundreds waited more than 10 hours enduring, rain, and freezing temps to ensure a seat.

Illuminating their own inconsistencies, the Trump-hating Dems also announced they were going to pass the signature trade deal of a president they say is “too dangerous to leave in office.”  The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA ) replaces the problematic North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

And on the brink of the Dem’s sure-to-backfire impeachment of the president, a new dynamic is evident. The President is seeing a significant boost in support. Recent polling results by Firehouse Strategies/Optimus are headlined: “BREAKING: As Impeachment Moves Ahead Trump Surges in Battleground States.”

And that impeachment? First declared as a goal immediately following his inauguration, by Maxine Waters, the earliest motivations were tied to China and Russia collusion. When those contrived constructs didn’t pan out, the Dems fast forwarded to baseless charges of bribery and extortion, also duds. Finally they settled on impeachment is “in the public interest.” The best economic news we’ve had in decades is irrelevant to the left. Instead they run on the socialist promises of “free” health care and college they know they can’t deliver and advancing open borders, undermining our nation’s rule of law and sovereignty.

It’s actually all about two women. The first is scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton who Trump trounced in 2016. The second is Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 86, and ailing. If she dies on Trump’s watch, he will get a third Supreme Court nominee, unthinkable in the mind of leftists. Refresh your memory here.


AZ integral to contrasting refugee resettlement reports

December 10, 2019

Refugee status often contrived to exploit: Arizona falls prey

First we direct your attention to a compelling commentary by conservative columnist Michelle Malkin, titled,Citizen revolt: Resist refugee resettlement dumps!

Read it from beginning to end. We promise you the facts will shock you out of your shoes.

Then hop over to the local newspaper. Monday’s pathetic edition was so anorexic it contained only two sections. Sports was one. Leftward skewed news was the other. Characterized by oversize photos, regurgitated reports and purchased content, it is rife with hearing aid ads and even those dealing with ED, aimed at the senior citizens who are accustomed to the flaccid plop of a folded newspaper on their driveway.

You’ll find an intriguing Page One report  that coalesces flawlessly with Malkin’s stunning assessment This one, however, details the welcoming of costly “refugees.” And, of course, it’s taking place right here under our noses in Arizona.  It’s time to get up to speed on this far-reaching problem as our state thrusts its finger in the eye of our citizens, but also President Trump, who has set more rational standards.

On September 26, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order specifying a humanitarian and responsible approach to refugees that protects the welfare of American citizens. This brief fact sheet clearly states his rational approach to  dealing with refugee resettlement, which increases transparency and prioritizes America’s citizens.

Important takeaways from the White House fact sheet:

The primary goal of our refugee policy is to enable refugees to ultimately return home, where they can help rebuild their communities – which also supports our foreign policy interests.

The United States spends billions of dollars resettling refugees that could be invested in our citizens here at home.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spent more than $96 billion on programs supporting or benefiting refugees between 2005 and 2014. HHS surveys show that 45 percent of refugees arriving between 2011 and 2015 were receiving cash assistance and 49 percent were receiving Medicaid.

President Trump is prioritizing the safety and security of the American people by making sure we do not admit more people than we can vet. The United States can only admit so many refugees while ensuring we maintain a high standard of screening.

Proper controls are vital, as many refugees come from countries that are known sources of terrorism or lack the modern record keeping to help us identify their nationals.

Law enforcement has apprehended a number of alleged terrorists in recent years who passed through our refugee program.

This is the man the Democrats are intent on impeaching.


Mark Levin, Alan Dershowitz agree impeachment is a sham

December 9, 2019

Political opposites find agreement on impeachment

If you missed Sunday’s Mark Levin program, “Life, Liberty & Levin” we are happy to bring you the important interview with Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, a self described liberal. Although he admits voting for Hillary Clinton, Dershowitz describes impeaching President Trump under the current circumstances as an example of political tyranny, questioning the ethics of the U.S. House.

The article,Liberal attorney Alan Dershowitz: Dems’ impeachment case doesn’t meet any credible legal standard,“ is well worth your time…especially today.

This, and more, are all available on The Blaze.


Remembering Dec. 7, 1941: “A date which will live in infamy”

December 7, 2019

 

USS Arizona after Japanese attack

Today marks the 78th anniversary of the Japanese stealth bombing attack on our naval fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii resulting in the deaths of 2,335 American service members and 68 civilians. Nearly 1,180 were injured. The attack sank 12 naval vessels and heavily damaged nine others.

President Donald Trump released this Proclamation in remembrance of that horrific day that precipitated United States involvement in World War II.

The USS Arizona still lies beneath the harbor with its dead entombed. The ship sank in less than nine minutes after a 1,760-pound armor-piercing bomb penetrated its decks and exploded in the ship’s forward ammunition magazine. 1,177 sailors and marines on board were killed; 334 crew members survived.

Other major installations on Oahu, including Wheeler Field and Kaneohe Naval Air Station, also were attacked.

View President Franklin Roosevelt’s famous “A date which will live in infamy” speech (Original Draft: page 1, page 2 and page 3) and declaration of war following that unprovoked attack.

In his address to a joint session of Congress, President Roosevelt rightfully referred to December 7, 1941 as, “a date which will live in infamy.”