Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Obama Administration Arming Al Quaeda

Obama Admits He Can’t Cut it

AZ Senate Leader Shills out Big Bucks for Utah’s Ambassador to Arizona — Rich Crandall

By the American Post-Gazette Every man has his price. State Senator Rich Crandall’s price is about $25,000. That’s what State Senate President Steve Pierce spent out of the Republican Victory Fund (RVF) to… Continue reading

Obama Ad Exposed

Defense Secretary Justifies Inaction in Benghazi Attack

John Semmens: Semi-News — A Satirical Look at Recent News U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta explained that the U.S. military commander for Africa, General Carter Ham, the chairman of the U.S. Joint… Continue reading

Romney has Lead in Arizona

Mike Sunnucks, of the Phoenix Business Journal, reports a new poll from Rasmussen Reports and KPHO-TV Channel 5 gives Republican Mitt Romney a 52-44 percent lead over President Barack Obama in that race, and… Continue reading

Poll Shows Paton Leading Comfortably over Democrat

A new poll of 569 Arizonans puts Republican Jonathan Paton in the driver’s seat in his race for Congress against former Congressman Ann Kirkpatrick, according to an email from Max Fose. Respondents (37%… Continue reading

Benghazi: Obama’s Middle East ‘Fast & Furious Scandal’

Obama installed Ambassador Stevens to supply weapons to Al Quaida By Frank Gaffney, Jr. Center for Security Policy President Obama’s once-seemingly-unstoppable march towards reelection hit what he might call “bumps in the road”… Continue reading

Obama Built That! An Administration Constructed on Lies

Peter Ferrarra, Director of Entitlement and Budget Policy at the Heartland Institute, explains just how Obama lied repeatedly in the debates and the Democrat world yawned through the lies. This piece appears on… Continue reading

Taxpayers Gouged by Obama’s Green Energy Losers

The Heritage Foundation It is no secret that President Obama’s and green-energy supporters’ (from both parties) foray into venture capitalism has not gone well. But the extent of its failure has been largely… Continue reading