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  • Martha McSally is Worse Than Jeff Flake

    02/05/2018 5:48:35 AM PST · by Kaslin · 66 replies ^ | February 5, 2018 | Rachel Alexander
    Arizona’s Republican U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake has announced he’s not running for reelection, so several candidates have jumped into the open race to replace him. There are currently three frontrunners. GOP Rep. Martha McSally, a combat pilot who served in the U.S. Air Force, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward. Ward made a name for herself launching an unsuccessful conservative challenge to Sen. John McCain in 2016.McSally is the darling of the GOP establishment. She was elected to Congress in 2014, representing a swing district seat formerly held by Gabrielle Giffords. Senate Majority...
  • Evidence Piling up That Seth Rich Leaked DNC Emails to Wikileaks

    05/24/2017 11:16:49 AM PDT · by dontreadthis · 112 replies ^ | May 24, 2017 | RACHEL ALEXANDER
    The evidence is growing that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich leaked over 44,000 emails to Wikileaks. Democrats assert that the Russians hacked into the DNC’s emails. However, Julian Assange of Wikileaks maintains that the Russians didn’t do it. He says a disgruntled insider did it. Two More Voices Last weekend, two more voices spoke up claiming insider knowledge. Kim Dotcom, a friend of Assange and founder of Megaupload, said he was involved with Rich transferring the emails to Wikileaks. He issued a statement today describing his contact with Rich. He said Rich contacted him using the pseudonym “Panda” (Rich loved...
  • How State Bars Are Taking Down Conservative Attorneys

    07/05/2016 7:05:46 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 28 replies ^ | July 5, 2016 | Rachel Alexander
    State bars across the country have become havens for the left in recent years, increasingly used to target conservative attorneys. With deep pockets — due to the exorbitant amount of dues they charge attorneys in order to practice law — it is impossible to fight back once targeted. More than half of state bars are mandatory, which means they are unavoidable if you want to practice law. This is very disturbing, considering many of these states have right-to-work laws. Why are attorneys required to join a union? Arizona has one of the most corrupt state bars in the country. Many...
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott Capitulates to Left-Wing Special Interests

    04/19/2016 5:26:14 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies ^ | April 19, 2016 | Rachel Alexander
    Last month, I wrote about some important legislation in Florida that would modernize that stateÂ’s harsh alimony and child custody laws. Florida is lagging behind many states which have updated these laws to reflect the fact that most women now work outside of the home and that children need both parents to thrive, regardless of whether their parents are living together or apart. Sadly, Florida Governor Rick Scott (R) capitulated to intense lobbying by liberal special interest groups and vetoed the bill. The bill had immense support, passing both houses of the Florida legislature by super-majority margins. The governorÂ’s office...
  • Former Congressman Renzi Deserves a New Trial

    10/12/2015 10:23:09 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 10 replies ^ | October 12, 2015 | Rachel Alexander
    In an incredible new development in the criminal case of imprisoned former Congressman Richard Renzi, Federal District Court Judge David Bury has agreed to hold an evidentiary hearing on October 26th in Tucson to look into FBI corruption and consider RenziÂ’s motion for a new trial. This comes due to new information that emerged after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear his appeal earlier this year. RenziÂ’s new-trial motion reveals a significant and appalling pattern of misconduct by the FBI during both the investigation and prosecution of his case. Renzi was targeted by Democrats within the U.S. AttorneyÂ’s Office...
  • Liberal State Bar Spends Three Years Going After Lawyer For Being Conservative Blogger

    06/17/2013 8:11:49 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 11 replies
    RightWingNews ^ | June 17, 2013 | John Hawkins
    Everyone has now heard stories about conservatives who’ve been punished by “non-political” agencies like the IRS for their beliefs, but it happens at the state level, too. Back in 2011, I wrote about Rachel Alexander, who was targeted by the liberal State Bar of Arizona for having the audacity to work with other conservative lawyers to fight corruption in the state. Rachel Alexander was collateral damage in a liberal fight to ruin her former boss, then-Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas. Thomas attempted in 2009 and 2010, with the help of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, to stop corruption by some judges and...
  • The Power of Being “Offended” in Order to Shut Down Political Debate

    04/21/2013 9:56:26 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 75 replies
    Townhall ^ | 4-22-13 | Rachel Alexander
    Has society really become quite thin-skinned, or is acting “offended” a new tactic that is being used to shut down legitimate political debate? Progressives are increasingly claiming to be offended whenever those on the right disagree with their left-wing positions. It doesn't matter what the issue is; the left will divert a legitimate political debate into an accusation that the right disagrees with them because they are full of hate towards them. This puts the right on the defensive, and removes the real debate from discussion. It then becomes difficult for the right to ever prevail with their position, because...
  • Where do Fred Thompson supporters go from here?

    01/25/2008 10:02:32 AM PST · by BplusK · 160 replies · 110+ views
    GOPUSA ^ | January 24, 2008 | Rachel Alexander
    With Thompson dropping out of the presidential race, his conservative supporters are wondering who to support now. He has not yet endorsed one of the remaining candidates. There are four viable Republican candidates left; Huckabee, Romney, McCain and Giuliani. Giuliani is unacceptable to the kind of conservative who was supporting Thompson, because of his liberal social views and reputation as a moderate. He has yet to win a primary and may drop out of the race if he doesn’t win Florida. McCain and Romney are currently tied for the lead in Florida polls. McCain is leading national polls, but Huckabee...
  • The Demise of McCain’s Presidential Bid

    02/27/2007 4:26:35 PM PST · by pissant · 57 replies · 1,207+ views
    Hawaii Reporter ^ | 2/27/07 | Rachel Alexander
    It’s been a steady downhill slide for John McCain ever since rumors began that he was jumping into the 2008 presidential race. The GOP in Arizona elected anti-illegal immigration champion Randy Pullen as its state chair last month, sending a message to McCain that his moderate views would not control the GOP in Arizona. Immediately after Pullen’s election, the entire staff of the state GOP resigned, ostensibly because the candidate for state chair they saw as pro-McCain had lost. In addition, the New York Times recently reported that the recently elected Maricopa County GOP chairman (greater Phoenix area) Lyle Tuttle...
  • How to Beat Hillary in 2008

    02/13/2006 5:31:21 AM PST · by az4vlad · 57 replies · 1,492+ views
    Intellectual Conservative ^ | February 13, 2006 | Rachel Alexander
    Republicans are looking toward 2008 with increasing unease. Hillary Clinton’s name recognition gives her a towering edge over any other Republican or Democrat candidate. Americans are ready for a female president, and Hillary is a logical choice, having more visibility than even any potential male candidate. Nevertheless, Hillary’s ascendancy can be overcome. She is assured to win the Democratic primary, but will have problems winning the general election. Her principal weakness? She is conspicuously lacking in charisma. As we have learned progressively since the arrival of television, personality counts considerably in national elections. How else would little-known Bill Clinton have...
  • Why is the Republican Party attacking our two major presidential candidates?

    08/17/2007 6:29:39 AM PDT · by az4vlad · 70 replies · 1,521+ views
    Intellectual Conservative ^ | August 16, 2007 | Rachel Alexander
    What is the Republican National Committee doing attacking the two major GOP contenders for president, Giuliani and Romney (who have no history as conservatives) for being too conservative on illegal immigration? The party leadership is out of touch with not only conservative Republicans, but mainstream Republicans as well. The Republican National Committee chairman, Mel Martinez, has come out criticizing the GOP's 2 top candidates for president, Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney for their positions on resolving illegal immigration . What is wrong with this picture? Giuliani and Romney are considered RINOs to many Republicans, with track records to prove it,...
  • Three Cheers for the Women of Conservatism

    05/08/2003 12:18:09 PM PDT · by YaleConserv · 28 replies · 283+ views
    DEBATEUSA ^ | 5-7-2003 | Lowry
    Southern sayings are a treasure for they offer wisdom to the ear. There is a saying that was in style in the south that held that “any human that can birth a child has to have the strength of a mighty warrior”. Once a man views a birth, he should quickly conclude that a male mighty warrior is not up to the task of childbirth. He is simply not that strong. While for many the physical and emotional strength of women has never ceased to be that of amazement, their intellectual ability is thought by some laggards to be less...