Abortion called “health care” by AZ Planned Parenthood

August 30, 2022

“Reproductive Rights advocates” deceptive term used to conceal profitable death industry

In today’s America with Bidinflation destroying our economy, purchasing power, and quality of life, the leftwing Arizona Republic newspaper instead gives front page and jump page placement to the resumption of abortions by Planned Parenthood — which assists in “planning“ your family by butchering some of them. The report whines about the fact that baby killing, which is described as a “service,” will currently resume only in Tucson.

Nevertheless, the proponents have found reason to rejoice. “Our staff, everyone at Planned Parenthood Arizona, we are just so incredibly excited to be able to serve our community again in this way with essential abortion care,” according to a quote from Brittany Fonteno, CEO of Arizona Planned Parenthood. “No matter what happens we’re going to continue fighting for our patients and their ability to access this health care.”

Despite the ambiguous language, “health care,” when referred to by Planned Parenthood, means certain death to the babies the cult of death refuses to refer to as preborn human infants. Fonteno also uses the terms “reproductive rights advocates” to describe those advocating for and profiting from abortion, as well as “pregnant person,” in an apparent effort not to offend transgender people who offend easily.

Abortion is a lucrative business.

Life News headed lined its 2021 report, “Planned Parenthood Brought in $1.6 Billion, Made $70 Million Profit From Killing Babies in Abortions.”


Fraidy Katie Hobbs runs from AZ’s governor’s debate

August 24, 2022

Hobbs bobs as she ignores and insults voters

Democrat Katie Hobbs wants to be governor, but refuses to engage in a debate with her Republican counterpart Kari Lake. Arizona voters should be able to hear her repeat her mantra posted on her campaign website, “As governor, I will fearlessly work to increase access to abortion services.” Hobbs also opined, “Let me be clear — the decision to have a child should rest solely between a woman and her doctor.” In Hobbs’ convoluted world, fathers are irrelevant. Describing her previous career as a social worker, Hobbs clumsily referred to herself as “a domestic violence advocate.”

Debates have been prominent features in political campaigns since Nixon and Kennedy debated in 1960.

Hobbs no doubt fears a debate will focus negative attention on her, when as then-senate minority leader she was party to a discrimination lawsuit filed against the senate in Federal Court by Talonya Adams a lawyer/policy advisor for the Arizona Senate democrats. Ms. Adams alleged racial and sexual discrimination based on asking to be paid as much as her white male counterparts.

According to this 12 News report, Hobbs was less than two months into her job as minority leader when Adams was fired. Adams had been in her policy adviser position for three years. The jury awarded Ms. Adams $2.75 million. Katie Hobbs issued an apology…which is more than Arizona voters can expect as she hides from them, refusing to debate for the state’s top job.

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission site lists all upcoming debates which will be televised on “AZ PBS on Arizona Horizon.” The Arizona governor’s debate is scheduled for Oct. 5, at 6 PM. There is even a designated spot to submit debate questions. Democrat Katie Hobbs is the only candidate for statewide office who has not agreed to debate. Will Republican candidate Kari Lake debate an empty chair as Clint Eastwood did at the 2012 Republican National Convention?


Cloutless newspaper toils in vain to influence votes

July 27, 2022

Arizona voters are gearing up for the Aug. 2, 2022 Primary Election, whether voting early or on Election Day. Pertinent information can be found here. Exercising our rights is an integral part of American freedom. So too, is freedom of the press, enshrined by congress in our First Amendment. The fact is, hard copy news has gone the way of the buggy whip as Associated Press recently admitted. The local newspaper, shriveling in size and filled with disreputable content, remarkably relinquished its reins on pre-election endorsements after infuriated subscribers cancelled in the wake of its Hillary Clinton endorsement. In the aftermath, the Arizona Republic whined that it received death threats following that ill-conceived position. The daily’s more recent tactic is to create an echo chamber of anti-conservatism generally, and anti-Trumpism, specifically, as a reliable arm of the democrat party. Journalists left long ago, replaced by Cronkite J school students and reporters who fit these constricted parameters. As examples, the newspaper that brags about hiring based on ethnicity and gender — they call it diversity and inclusion — has a employee who specializes in “people experiencing homelessness” and another who is unable to type the words “illegal alien,” repeatedly using the word “migrant,“ to describe America’s invaders. The brassiest new tactic is coddling incarcerated criminals while ravaging the Arizona prison system.

The upcoming primary and general elections present unique challenges, since Trump-hatred is so virulent, Trump endorsed candidates become pariahs. With staff dwindling, the two remaining columnists who previously specialized in sap have taken on the mantle of hate-mongers and deceit spewers. A recent pro-abortion column by emaciated leftist E.J. Montini was headlined, “GOP’s goal is complete subjugation of women,” which is not only insulting, it’s untrue. Laurie Roberts whose specialty was exposing the plight of children in tenuous situations, has joined Montini in disparaging Republicans while glorifying democrats — advising the remaining readers not to believe the polls if they don’t align with her leftwing wishful thinking. She conveniently forgets it was Republican governors who appointed her Republican sister Ann Timmer to the Court of Appeals and then as a justice on the Arizona Supreme Court. 

Facts are of no consequence. “It’s the agenda stupid.*

*Bill Clinton’s strategist James Carville coined the phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid,” during the 1992 presidential campaign.


AZ Republic leftists seize on death as a midterm lifeline

July 21, 2022

No lie is too flagrant to tell

The failing local newspaper’s front page headline blasts, “Debunked claims on abortion promoted.” In a rational world, there would be a lot to debate about that dishonest statement presented as fact.  We do not live in such a world, rather one where extremist adults believe it is a right to kill innocent pre-born humans.

This time there’s an intriguing component to the matter. An Arizona legislator speaking out against abortion doesn’t fall into the expected category. Walt Blackman is a black man — with the distinction of being the first black Republican ever elected to the Arizona Legislature. He is also pro-life and vocal about his views. Not only that, but he knows history. Rep. Blackman served in the United States Army for 21 years as a front line tank commander. Among other distinctions, he was awarded a Bronze Star for combat action in Iraq, and a Meritorious Service Medal.

Rep. Blackman’s knowledge of history is crucial in this context. The newspaper is brutalizing him for taking on Margaret Sanger, the Planned Parenthood founder who was instrumental in not only bringing abortion centers to the impoverished neighborhoods in New York City, she targeted poor immigrant families and blacks, all of whom Sanger referred to as “human weeds.” The leftists who still work at the dying Arizona Republic are unable to face that fact.

Instead Rep. Walt Blackman, a self-identified constitutional conservative who represents Legislative District 6, is brutalized for not walking in lockstep with the pro-abortion newspaper for the unforgivable sin of telling the truth.

Seeing Red AZ is not a newcomer to the pro-life movement as this sampling of revealing posts illustrate:

April 1, 2015: Ted Cruz is no Barry Goldwater — Thank God! (Describing so-called “Mr. Conservative” Barry Goldwater, supporting an AZ Congressional democrat candidate over a pro-life conservative. She won with his endorsement.)

Jan. 21, 2019: Dems OK barbaric infanticide, Republicans vote for life

July 27, 2020: Planned Parenthood endorsed “conservative” Rodney Glassman

June 26, 2022: Businesses fund abortion related expenses…vote with your feet

This video is not new, but its message remains relevant — substantiating Rep. Blackman’s statements:


Life is a gift: A concept AZ US Dist. Judge Rayes doesn’t comprehend

July 13, 2022

Though you’ve likely never heard his name, Douglas Leroy Rayes, a U.S. district judge for the District of Arizona, can make decisions that have a profound impact on Arizona residents.

On Monday, he blocked a 2021 Arizona law recognizing the personhood of a fetus from the moment of fertilization, siding with the abortion industry which determined the measure “was too vague and exposed them to prosecution.”

The Center for Reproductive Rights, which asserts it “fights for the fundamental human rights of all people in the U.S. and across the globe,” neglects to include preborn human babies as it makes fundraising its mission, highlighting donors and “major gifts,” using death as a fundraising mechanism.

The Arizona Attorney General’s office recently prevailed in disallowing abortions based on the sex or race of the child. The office countered that the provision, which says state law must be interpreted to grant fertilized eggs, embryos and fetuses the same “rights, privileges and immunities available to other persons,” was not intended to create any new abortion-related crime.

U.S. District Judge Douglas Rayes, an Obama appointee, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2014 by a 77 to 19 vote — with 4 senators not voting. Republicrats John McCain and Jeff Flake both voted for this democrat, who replaced Republican Judge Frederick Martone, then assuming senior status.

During the hearing, Rayes expressed concern about a state policy that the provision’s effects be interpreted case by case in court, after abortionists voiced fears they could be prosecuted for child endangerment or other crimes.

In his ruling, Rayes, engaging in classic double-talk, wrote that his motion blocking the law was not just about abortion. “It is about giving people fair notice of what the law means so that they know in advance how to comply.”

The case is one of many disputes over state abortion laws after the U.S. Supreme Court sent the matter back to the individual states, sensibly removing it from under the auspices of the federal government.

Arizona passed the personhood law in April 2021. Abortion providers sued to block it last August, fallaciously arguing that it was unconstitutionally vague because it did not make clear what conduct, if any, it would prohibit. In March, Arizona passed a law banning most abortions after 15 weeks. That measure is set to take effect in September.


Repeating a lie doesn’t make it true

July 5, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court did not outlaw abortions. The justices, in a 5-4 decision, voted to send the matter back to the states, for their own legislatures to individually decide. Fifty states will not all walk in lockstep. Democrats, however, fearing a massive loss in the midterm elections in a backlash vote to Biden’s irresponsible actions and onerous inflation that is having an excruciating effect on Americans, are using abortion to bolster their candidates. Protesting crowds of leftists are easily activated. They come equipped with signs, slogans and super-size quantities of rage. It’s become a career for hordes of them. The issue is of less consequence than the ability to amass, harass and engage in destruction.

Imagine campaigning on dead babies.

“The Constitution does not mention abortion. Further, there is no such built-in right in the Constitution as part of the 14th Amendment. The 14th Amendment guarantees certain rights not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, but any such right must be well rooted in the nation’s history and customs. It is time to give the Constitution its priority, and return the issue to elected officials,” jointly wrote the affirming justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

In fact, the justices said that although various rights can be found in the American Constitution that are not explicitly written, the right to abortion is not one of them, because it was not “deeply rooted” in American existence when the Constitution was written in the 18th century.

“The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion. The authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,” states the majority opinion.

We should all rejoice in those rational words.

They logically counter the latest outrageous trend being embraced by Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, and the radical ACLU — using the issue to fund raise — which contend that bisexual, transgender, non-binary men can become pregnant and need abortions.

We are living in a world where absurdities and deceit have replaced medical facts and rational thinking.


Biden lets fact slip as we celebrate Independence Day…

July 4, 2022

Listen as Biden finally speaks the truth

Those blobs of cells the dems dismissively talk about? Biden admits they actually are “a child.”


Why Mark Finchem deserves your vote for AZ Secretary of State

June 29, 2022

Today we take our readers directly to Gateway Pundit to read a timely report by Jordan Conradson, titled: “State Rep. Mark Finchem Calls On The Attorney General’s Office To Investigate Democrat Adrian “Fast and Furious” Fontes And Others Involved In The June 24th AZ Riot & Insurrection.”

Read Mark Finchem’s recent statement regarding the US Supreme Court’s decision to return Roe v. Wade to the states, which includes his news release.

Arizona does not have a lieutenant governor. Our line of ascension is the secretary of state. Who better in this important position than constitutional conservative State Rep. Mark Finchem?


AZ Republic’s long awaited apology misses the mark

June 27, 2022

Alluding to cramps more offensive than daily assault of leftwing dishonesty and promoting abortions

The Arizona Republic is a failing relic from another time. It has fallen on hard times and few subscribers remain, due not only to its relentless leftwing bias, but to the fact that day-old news thrown on a driveway has been replaced by instant news, as close as your pocket and providing a wide variety of perspectives rather than the constant drone of a far-left whine. It has even curtailed deliveries to paid subscribers in an effort to keep itself afloat.

Yet Sunday’s edition momentarily provided some hope that the editorial board that veers so far left it is impossible to correct its stance, had seen the light. Tucked away on page 4A was this all caps headlined, NOTE TO READERS:

“The Dilbert cartoon in today’s newspaper contains material that could be offensive to many readers. Unfortunately, our comics section was pre-printed, and we were not able to replace it with another comic strip.  We apologize to readers who find offense.”

For this Dilbert cartoon which mentions “cramps” to be considered offensive, but the daily barrage of leftist insults and month-long same-sex “pride” events rate a pass, exemplifies the insanity that drives the Hillary-endorsing, Trump-despising, out-of-touch with reality, garbage can liner.

Monday’s edition includes a multi-page “report” peddling the lie that abortion has been overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. In fact, the Supreme Court merely turned the decision back to the individual state legislatures. Reporter Stephanie Innes actually used the words, “Pregnant person’s rights.” Attributing pregnancy to something only women experience is a bridge too far for radicals. And granting “personhood” status to pre-born human infants rates as abhorrent.


Businesses fund abortion related expenses…vote with your feet

June 26, 2022

We have choices. Take your business and your votes elsewhere

Americans remain in a fragile economy, with Bidenflation continuing to cause prices to soar and consumers cutting back on high priced meat and dining out less frequently. Housing costs have surged beyond the grasp of many would-be buyers. Going shopping as a diversion is a thing of the past as raging gas prices are considered before every trip. Supply chains are continuing to face disruptions, resulting in higher costs for decreasing products. Year-old cars cost more than they did new.

With this as a backdrop, businesses with a political agenda have recklessly decided to push customers away, bizarrely referring to abortion as a matter of “healthcare,”” though not for the baby whose life will be snuffed out.

The Hill has a list of some of the major companies that will pay for abortion related and “gender-affirming,” travel expenses.  Be aware that these costs will be passed along to consumers. Those engaging in this slap in the face of pro-life consumers are listed here. As an example, Amazon told employees that it will pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses annually for non-life threatening medical procedures that are not available within 100 miles of an employee’s home, including abortions. If you value life, don’t fund this high-priced death package in exchange for convenience. Planned Parenthood Arizona, which makes millions in revenue as an abortion provider, continues to solicit “your tax-deductible gift today so we can continue to protect and provide care, no matter what.”

Anticipating outrage, The Hill removed its comment section for this post, depicting Biden holding a much different opinion than he does today

“I do not view abortion as a choice and a right. I think it’s always a tragedy, and I think that it should be rare and safe.” he said in 2006.

Be aware: Rodney Glassman, a perennial election loser is now opportunistically running as a Republican for Arizona Attorney General. Glassman was previously a lifelong democrat who was endorsed by Planned Parenthood.

Seeing Red AZ endorses superbly well qualified, Constitutional Conservative Andrew Gould, for Attorney General.