In between reports on Hurricane Harvey the press is managing some outrage over the pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio who had been jailed for criminal contempt. While the pardon was not a huge surprise (and the timing on a Friday evening during a Cat 4 Hurricane makes the ultimate news dump) rest assured that by … Continue reading Why the Arpaio Pardon Won’t Hurt Trump in One Headline
There are a lot of people who can't wait to see a veto in Arizona of the Religious Freedom bill. CNN & MSNBC have made it their cause celebre, GLAAD sees it as a great way to recover from their Duck Dynasty defeat and many in the establishment GOP see it as an excellent change … Continue reading Fred Phelps Dreaming of a Brewer Veto in Arizona
The documents say what they say and cannot be added to; each new "historical Jesus" therefore has to be got out of them by suppression at one point and exaggeration at another C.S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters #23 As Arizona (and now Georgia) fight over religious protections concerning Gay Marriage and the 1st Amendment Erick … Continue reading Who knew Christians had the Bible Wrong all these Years
The State Chairman of Arizona spoke to me in Boston: I seems to find an awful lot of state chairmen in those two days.
Not everyone came for strictly political reasons, some came to promote their states like Gordan James & company Here is the entire team selling Arizona, is it a nice state to visit.
My flight for Arizona left just before 10 a.m .EST, it was notable for two things: the first was the young mother sitting next to me. She handled her 5 month old and a 2 1/2 year old with incredible skill. A spectacular job. The second was some of the views from the air, breathtaking! … Continue reading DaTechGuy in Da Grand Canyon State
Tim Blair has a must read post today about how obsession, comparing the "Jewish conspiracy" fetishes in the Arab world with the Palin obsession of the left, it skewers all the right people and closes thus: If Palin’s “extreme rhetoric” causes murders, perhaps we should be keeping an eye on media leftists, for they seem … Continue reading Blair and Surber on civility
...that John McCain will be a hawk on immigration. As everyone knows I have a lot more fondness for McCain (due to his critical part in the Iraq war victory) that my friend Barbara Espinosa who has spent the last several months effectively laying out the case against him. As I mentioned yesterday I certainly … Continue reading For Arizona Voters this will be the last day…
according to this report: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a television interview in Ecuador this month that the Obama Justice Department "will be bringing a lawsuit" against the controversial Arizona immigration measure signed into law earlier this year. The Lonely Conservative has this to say: You’ve gotta love Jan Brewer. She’s sticking to … Continue reading So the White House is going to sue Arizona…
One thing that has really struck me about the Arizona Law has been the almost united media reaction of how dare they. They are beating their breasts, calling them Nazis, vowing not to do business in Arizona and posturing themselves to prove how pure they are on civil rights by bravely standing in opposition to … Continue reading The Human shields of the media
My arch enemy friend Chris asked a reasonable question in comments on my Bryon York post. To Wit: Pete, what circumstances would give an officer reasonable suspicion that a person was not a legal resident? It's the type of question that the media is all over today, it deserves an answer so here it comes. … Continue reading Do you know a good tomato from a bad one?
Today Morning Joe gave a platform from somebody from Telemundo hitting Arizona's new immigration law. I'm not familiar enough with the law yet to make an intelligent opinion yet, but something he said stuck me. He hit the law for making it illegal for illegal aliens or as he put it "undocumented immigrants" to get … Continue reading Morning Joe and “undocumented immigrants”