Daily Archive: November 10, 2012

Sinema Joins Zany DNC Washington ‘Sit-com’

It’s undeniable. The more extreme the Democrat, the higher they rise in politics. And now Kyrsten Sinema, the most radical politician in Arizona history, is going to Washington to represent nearly 200,000 Arizona citizens.… Continue reading

Hard-Liners? We’ll Show You Hard-Liners

So I’m driving to work on Wednesday and happened across KOY Radio 1230 news. The news director explains that State Senator Andy Biggs defeated State Senator Steve Pierce in the Republican caucus vote… Continue reading

McSally’s Lead Shrinks to 36 Votes

Conservative Martha McSally continues to cling to a tiny lead over incumbent Ron Barber in the race for Arizona Congressional District 2. McSally’s lead has shriveled to just 36 votes, with more vote counting… Continue reading

NYC Mayor Bans Food Donations to Homeless

John Semmens: Semi-News — A Satirical Look at Recent News New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has issued a directive blocking persons from donating food to the homeless in his city. “It’s not… Continue reading

Gov. Brewer: No More Broken Border Promises

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer called out the administration to secure the border. “If there is any consolation in Tuesday’s disappointing election results it is that illegal immigration has returned to the forefront of… Continue reading

Thank Obama for Your Pink Slip

By Kerry Picket, Washington Times Freedom Works has put together a list of companies  that will be laying off employees as a result of President Barack Obama’s health  care law: Welch Allyn Welch… Continue reading

When Conservatism Is a Second Language

By Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator And so, another moderate fails. Governor Romney is a good person, a great business leader. But, alas, he is also a moderate Republican. As were Herbert Hoover,… Continue reading