Sunday, May 29, 2016

Police Called to Break Up Drunken Party at NM Governor Susana Martinez Hotel Suite

Susana Martinez’s Bush Loyalty
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Is NM governor working with GOP Establishment to undermine Trump?
In the wake of the scathing comments, leading members of the GOP such as Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Scott Walker, Rep. Paul Ryan, Gov. John Kasich, and Gov. Jeb Bush rushed to the defense of Martinez, tweeting or voicing their support for her. However, the supportive tweets have led some to think that this could be part of a larger plan to undermine Trump.
Notably, all of these supporters of Martinez have at one point been‪#‎NeverTrump‬, have expressed concern about Trump's candidacy, or have yet to throw him their support.
Dec 18, 2015 - SANTA FE (KRQE) — A late-night phone conversation between Governor Susana Martinez and Santa Fe police showed a different side of New ...
New York Daily News
Dec 19, 2015 - Susana Martinez tries to call off cops after staff's hotel soiree turns wild and ... Martinez tells police to call off response to hotel noise complaint ... in which she defended her staff's wild holiday antics as an innocent pizza party.
Mother Jones
Dec 23, 2015 - A new audio recording released by Santa Fe police on Tuesday suggests ... Susana Martinez, once a rising star within the Republican party, ...
Santa Fe Reporter
Dec 18, 2015 - A hotel party attended by Gov. Susana Martinez in Santa Fe last weekend was apparently a rowdy affair. No arrests were made, but a ...
Las Cruces Sun‑News
Dec 18, 2015 - SANTA FE - New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez on Friday apologized for the actions of her staff during her annual holiday party at a downtown ...
1.                   The Huffington Post
Dec 18, 2015 - Susana Martinez (R) was caught on tape admonishing police for .... be a political liability for Martinez, a rising star in the Republican Party who ...
1.                USA Today
Dec 19, 2015 - Susana Martinez on Friday apologized for the actions of her staff during her annual holiday party at a downtown Santa Fe hotel and also said ... from a noise complaint that led police to a hotel room rented by one of Martinez's ...
Dec 18, 2015 - The third clip features Martinez speaking to a dispatcher and police. ... a loud party, including Susana Martinez , prompted a call to police.
1.       Dec 18, 2015 - When the staff of the El Dorado Hotel called Santa Fe police at 1:30 am ... That's theRepublican Party's new chair of the national Republican

The Arrogance of the Prom King by Robert Ringer

The Arrogance of the Prom King
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Just when you think you’ve heard and seen it all in the Republican campaignathon, along comes prom king Paul Ryan displaying an arrogance that makes Donald Trump look like the Dalai Lama by comparison.  Millions of American jaws must have dropped in unison when chameleon Ryan casually told CNN’s Jake Tapper that he’s “just not ready” to support Trump.
Really?  Where do I even begin to address such a remarkable display of unflinching arrogance?  How about just stating the obvious — that the litmus-test conservative crowd still doesn’t get it.
That’s right, hard as it is to believe, after ten months of watching Trump swat every political fly who’s annoyed him, the pathetic “Never Trump” crowd really and truly still does not understand what’s taking place in America.
Specifically, what they don’t get is that this is a genuine revolution.  And it’s not a revolution about Trump.  It’s a revolution about the corruption and arrogance of the leadership of the Republican Party — and, on a broader scale, the entire Washington political establishment.
That’s right, it’s taken eight long and destructive years, but the Republican Party’s base is now in full revolt against the Ryans, the McConnells, the McCains, the Grahams, et al.  You’d have to be blind, deaf, and stupid — or totally delusional — not to have figured that out by now.  Nevertheless, the guys who have run things for decades have chosen to stubbornly remain in a state of denial.
They do not understand that the so-called leadership is not the Republican Party.  The Republican Party is the Republican voters.  Had party leaders been able to do so, they were fully prepared to ignore the will of their rank-and-file members at the Republican National Convention in July and use their crooked, self-serving rules to get their way.
Now, since Trump put Cruz and Kasich on the canvas much earlier than expected, their state of self-righteous panic has quickly intensified and they’re talking about forming a third party.  LOL.
Would that they would actually do it, because it would be yet another episode of Road Runner Trump versus Wile E. Establishment.  And, as with the real Road Runner and real Wile E. Coyote, it’s Wile E. who always end up on the losing end of these clashes.
There are three things about which you can be certain if the panicked Republican ex-leadership actually moves forward with a third party:
1.                   It will give Trump yet another big boost in the polls.
2.                  They will lose badly to Trump in the general election.
3.                  They will forever be persona non grata in the new Republican Party that they once controlled. Talk about poetic justice.
Who in the hell does Paul Ryan or any of the other Never-Trump RINOs think they are to proclaim that Trump will have to prove to them that he’s willing to adopt their platform?  Attention all RINO wusses:  Trump steamrollered everyone in the field because he refused to go along with your ideas!
Giving in to the establishment’s platform would, in fact, be Trump’s first big mistake.  Millions of his supporters, who got on the Trump Train because they agreed with what he was saying, are counting on him to hang tough.
So, what’s at the heart of the inability of establishment guys like Bill Kristol, Rich Lowry, and so many sitting members of the House and Senate to put on their big-boy pants, suck it up, and concede the fact that their own party’s base has resoundingly rejected their phony conservative principles?
They would like us to believe that they’re mad at Trump because he’s not conservative enough, but that’s total B.S.  The truth is that they’re mad because Trump has threatened their power and easy access to myriad ways of stealing from taxpayers.
If they want to find out why they are now on the outside looking in, they need only look in the mirror.  True, Barack Obama deserves the most credit for bringing about the 2016 revolution against the establishment, but the RINO crowd is a respectable second by virtue of doing what it does best:  enable Democrats.  And, in the process, they have also enabled Obama in his efforts to destroy what’s left of America.
The establishment crowd loves to rail on about how important it is for a presidential candidate to have “core conservative principles,” but which conservative principles are they talking about?
The kind that have turned the Middle East into a living hell for millions of innocent people caught in the crossfire?  Or the $500 billion that Ryan personally handed over to Obama — without even a debate in Congress! — thus putting every American citizen deeper in debt?  Or the refusal to enforce existing law when it comes to illegal immigration?
What establishment Republicans have discovered, to their disbelief, is that most voters don’t give a damn about their self-serving conservative principles.  And the reason for their rejection is that these are the very principles that have helped Obama and his Marxist base destroy America.
Yet Paul Ryan now insists that Trump must adopt the very principles that the Republican base has already resoundingly rejected.  Give me a break.
In their upcoming meeting, what Trump needs to say gently to Paul Ryan is:  “Screw your conservative principles!”
Of course, the Never Trumpers insist that not only is he going to lose badly to Hillary, he will also take many on the “down ticket” along with him.  I find it amazing that so many otherwise intelligent people believe that Trump can’t win the general election because today’s polls have him so far behind Hillary the Horrible … behind with women … behind with blacks … behind with Latinos.  They can’t seem to grasp the fact that the election is six months away — an eternity even when two normal candidates are running against one another.
But the fact is that Trump and Hillary are not normal candidates.  Trump is a problem-solving, job-creating, blue-collar billionaire with a magnetic, in-your-face personality who is capable of destroying anyone who’s stupid enough to try to take him on.  (Are you listening Paul?)  And Hillary is an incredibly dislikeable serial criminal who’s on life support with the FBI.
As Democratic strategist Dave Saunders said the other day, “Trump will beat Hillary like a baby seal.”  Saunders went on to say, “I know a ton of Democrats — male, female, black and white — here [in southern Virginia] who are going to vote for Trump.  It’s all because of economic reasons.  It’s because of his populist message.”
Allow me to repeat:  economic reasons.  One of the least-mentioned facts gleaned from the exit polls in Indiana is that 92 percent of voters said that the economy was their number-one concern.
That’s horrible news for Hillary the Horrible, because she’s linked herself inextricably to Barack Obama’s bring-down-America’s policies.  (Cutting her some slack, she probably had no choice, because Obama undoubtedly has the key to her cozy little prison cell tucked away in his pocket.)
This is why, contrary to what you’re hearing from the media and scared-to-death Dirty Dems, Trump is likely to wipe out Hillary’s lead in the polls early in the race, then increase his own lead rapidly as the public becomes saturated with the criminal deeds and lies of the Face of Evil.  Her trademark response to Trump’s devastating attacks are likely to be alternate tears and hysterical shrieking as he slaps her around like … well … like a baby seal.
We are now in a whole new political universe, and those who don’t adapt to it will be left behind.  Glenn Beck is mentally ill, so he has a legitimate excuse.  But there’s still time for “conservatives” like Bill Kristol, Rich Lowry, and Mitt Romney to save their reputations if they grow up quickly and start acting like responsible adults rather than tantrum-throwing children.

Copyright © 2013 Robert Ringer
ROBERT RINGER is a New York Times #1 bestselling author who has appeared on numerous national radio and television shows, including The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, ABC Nightline, The Charlie Rose Show, as well as Fox News and Fox Business. To sign up for a free subscription to his mind-expanding daily insights, visit

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Trump New Mexico Had Paid Protesters

Bathroom Problem Solved

{h/t GB } Texans know how to solve a problem.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Thursday, May 26, 2016

“You don’t change Donald Trump,” Said Paul Manafort

“You don’t change Donald Trump,” he said. “You don’t ‘manage’ him.”
Paul Manafort looks the part of a chairman: 67, well-coiffed, bespoke-suited and appropriately Rolexed. In the world of Donald Trump, that’s his title: campaign chairman and chief strategist.
And as chairmen do, Manafort assured us that his enterprise will be crowned with success: Trump will beat Hillary Clinton soundly in November.
“He’s gonna win,” Manafort said over breakfast at a local diner called The Royal in Old Town Alexandria. “He’s gonna win unless we — meaning people like me — screw it up. This is not a hard race.”
Why? In Manafort’s summary: Trump will remain Trump.
He may moderate a few views — think Muslims — but he won’t and doesn’t need to back down on anything. He probably won’t pick a woman or a member of a minority group as a running mate because that would be “pandering.” He won’t win George W. Bush’s levels of Latino support, but he will pick up enough Hispanic votes in key swing states. He won’t get the Bush family’s support and doesn’t want it. Trump just has to be presidential enough in the first debate (no body parts mentioned), pick an experienced running mate, and run Clinton into the ground as a corrupt version of Barack Obama.
He’ll win with white men and women, plus just enough of everyone else. Simple.

Donald Trump has 1238 Delegates He's Made The Cut

1,237 DELEGATES NEEDED FOR GOP NOMINATION looking ahead Trump should end up with over 1400 delegates.

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 According to 2016 Delegate Tracker Donald Trump has 1,238 Delegates with 335 remaining. Five states yet to have their primary

Kevin McCarthy The Leader's Daily Schedule - 5/26/16

Leader's Daily Schedule
On Thursday, the House will meet at 9:00 a.m. for legislative business. First votes expected: 10:00-11:00 a.m. Last votes expected: 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
One Minute Speeches

Complete Consideration of H.R. 5055 - Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017 (Modified Open Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Mike Simpson / Appropriations Committee)

Motion to Go to Conference on H.R. 4974 - Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Act / H.R. 5243 - Zika Response Appropriations Act / H.R. 897 – Zika Vector Control Act and Democrat Motion to Instruct Conferees

Special Order Speeches

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Arizona Rep Hale discusses healthcare issues facing Native American and rural communities at recent conference

PHOENIX Rep. Albert Hale, D-St Michaels (District 7), recently spoke about healthcare issues facing Native American and rural communities at a conference hosted by the Arizona Medicare-for-All Coalition in Phoenix.

Conference organizers, Dr. Mary Ellen Bradshaw and Dr. Jonathan Weisbuch, said in a joint statement that Hale’s contributions to the event provided much needed insight into the healthcare situation within many of the communities Hale represents.

“We appreciated Rep. Hale’s comments, as did the others who attended the conference. He was inspirational making many excellent points about the problems rural Native Americans had during his youth, and continue to have today, with hospitals and clinics many miles and hours away from the places people live.  He spoke of the fact that frequently the doctors were unaware of the hardships faced by their patients. The information Rep. Hale shared was inspiring and revealing,” they said. “It was well-received by the audience. We are grateful for his willingness, and the willingness of so many other community leaders, to participate and engage at an in-depth level on such important and complex issues.”

The conference on May 21 focused on debunking myths associated with Arizona’s health system, and provided a review of the public health system and a review of some of the state’s requirements to provide care for those who are in the most need. Hale provided perspective on healthcare within the communities he represents at the Arizona Legislature.

“The challenges for healthcare in Arizona rural communities and Indian nations remain the same as when I was growing up on the Navajo Nation. The communities and nations are often in low-income areas where roads are not paved and the distances to the nearest healthcare facility are miles away. The healthcare facilities do not always have medical professionals who can provide the care that may be needed,” Hale said. “Getting the care needed can be difficult because of these restraints.”

He added that cost can also create barriers for accessing healthcare, which can complicate medical needs.

“Just getting to the healthcare facility and complying with referrals to other facilities involve costs that put undue burdens on families. These are some of the factors that cause people in rural communities and Indian nations to delay getting the medical attention they need. Sometimes, the delay can cause the affliction to progress so the treatment becomes more costly,” Hale said.

Hale concluded by calling on the government and healthcare professionals to work with the community to find solutions to the healthcare issues within Native American and rural communities.

“The future of healthcare in rural communities and Indian nations depends on the action we take together on all of these contributing factors,” Hale said. “Each must be addressed because ensuring our people are healthy is vital to ensuring our future is healthy.”
Rep. Hale is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation. He was born in Ganado and raised in Klagetoh, Arizona. He is Ashiihi (Salt), born for Todichiini (Bitter Water). His maternal grandparents are Hanaghani (Walk About clan). His paternal grandparents are Kiyanii (Tall House clan). He is a 1969 graduate of Fort Wingate High School, a Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school located east of Gallup, New Mexico. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (1973), and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque, New Mexico (1977), and an honorary Juris Doctor degree from Phoenix School of Law (2012).  He is the former President of the Navajo Nation.


To Have or Have Not Children by Dr Ada M Fisher

Unplanned Parenthood
Dr Ada M Fisher
Dan Brown’s novel “The Inferno” is a take on Dante’s work of the same title.  In it, he posits a global conspiracy or in the case of the last episode of television’s X-file, to not only control births but force contraception on all without their knowledge or without any regard for their personal wishes. 

The move to Defund Planned Parenthood from tax payer’s dollars is as it should be.   The 1965 US Supreme Court held in Griswold vs. Connecticut a right to marital privacy in contraception which guaranteed couples the right to privacy in their choices of contraception or birth control.  The freedom in this choice should be upheld but the cost should not be borne by the US taxpayers for when someone else pays the bill it too easily can obliterate any privacy barriers.  A personal choice should place the burden on the individual not society.

Abortion is not birth control except in China.  The use of such for sex selection in patriarchal societies is one that all, particularly women, should find reprehensible.  The selling of fetal parts or their use in research is not an unexpected phenomena particularly in medical schools which teach obstetrics, the National Institute of Health, pharmaceutical companies or in any pursuit which seeks to develop human products.  From this type of research vaccines, new drugs and untold human applications have come forth.

Today more than 50% of children are born out of wedlock and few people headed for the altar have not consummated their relationship beforehand.  The number of children born in a marriage before nine months include the likes of Ronald and Nancy Reagan yet they were given a pass while too many others have been looked upon with disdain.

The issue is do we want children?  How do we want them born?  Who should have them? Who determines what a family is?  Who pays for the cost of children, families, food, shelter and child care born to those denied birth control?  Will a child become only the province of the financially able?  Does a village have to pay for and raise a child?

If people do not want to bear the responsibility for any progeny they may conceive or adopt, is it right to pass this off to society?  Abstention sounds great but the ability of people to defer gratification in all spectrums of life including sex is increasingly lost. As our population of young decreased worldwide, the increased cry was for immigrants as a filler of this void with unanticipated results. Our demography is changing which is unsettling to some and uncomfortable for others.  Our children are our life’s blood.  But the choice to have children must remain a personal decision for which those making the choice must be responsible.
Dr. Ada M. Fisher is a PHYSICIAN, licensed teacher , previously elected school board member, former medical director in a fortune 500 company, AUTHOR, gifted Public Speaker and THE nc rEPUBLICAN nATIONAL cOMMITTEEWOMAN. Contact her at P. O. Box 777; Salisbury, NC 28145;DrFisher@DrAdaMFisher.COM. [Her book, Common Sense Conservative Prescriptions Solutions for What AIls Us, Book I IS available through