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A FULL FINAL CAMPAIGN DAY

Len Munsil - 27 min 59 sec ago

Tracy and I were honored to fly throughout Arizona today for large rallies in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma, and Prescott. We were with Sen. Jon Kyl and many other Republican candidates. I started this morning with an endorsement from Luis Gonzales, and finished at the historic courthouse steps in Prescott with Sen. John McCain. Prescott is where our first campaign day ended on Statehood Day nearly 9 months ago. Sen. McCain honored me by lauding me for running a clean, strong campaign on the issues, and said he was proud of the campaign I ran and believed AG candidate Bill Montgomery and I represented the future of strong leadership for the Arizona Republican Party.

We finished up with the final 90-minute gubernatorial debate occurring live on KGCB radio. You can listen to it here.

Categories: Arizona Politics

Promoting Non-Destructive Stem Cell Research

Sonoran Alliance - 59 min 15 sec ago

 VirtueMedia

Here is a great ad put together by our friends at VirtueMedia that should have been used throughout Missouri by the pro-life movement.

Maybe Republicans will wise up someday and go on the offensive to promote adult stem cell research instead of destructive embryonic experimentation.

Click here to watch the ad.

Arizona Voters

Blogicus - 1 hour 47 min ago

Important: Read Arizona Right to Life's endorsements, the Center for Arizona Policy's Voter's Guide and the Guide to Arizona Propositions.

Check out the endorsements by the Sonoran Alliance:

US Senate - Jon Kyl
Congressional District 1 - Rick Renzi
Congressional District 2 - Trent Franks
Congressional District 3 - John Shadegg
Congressional District 4 - None
Congressional District 5 - JD Hayworth
Congressional District 6 - Jeff Flake
Congressional District 7 - Ron Drake
Congressional District 8 - Randy Graf
Governor - Len Munsil
Attorney General - Bill Montgomery
Secretary of State - Jan Brewer
read the rest here, including a guide to the propositions.

Lighthouse Blog has more info on Arizona Propositions, including this:

Proposition 107 - Protecting Marriage - Yes, because marriage is under assault from liberals and activist judges. Homosexuals can unite via legal means without renaming a historical religious institutions.
No, I don't agree with all of the recommendations (particularly 104 and 206).

BTW, you may have noticed that certain Arizona candidates seem embarrassed by their party's name:

The one thing that stands out is the lack of party designation on the majority of signs of known Democrats. Republicans place the identifying name prominently on their signs. At the very least, the elephant logo is obvious. The absolute winner for the non-identifying signs are those of Democrat Jim Pederson, senatorial challenger hoping to unseat Republican Sen. Jon Kyl.
Look for the word "Democrat" on Janet Napolitano's website, it seems to be missing in action.

Arizona: Vote for Len Munsil

Blogicus - 1 hour 53 min ago

Len tells us why:

I am a native Arizonan, and I love this state and its people. We have the potential to make Arizona the best, safest and most prosperous place to live in the nation.

I am committed to Arizona’s families. My wife Tracy and I have been married more than 20 years and have eight children. I am a Christian, and I believe faith is an asset for officeholders, not a detriment. One of Janet Napolitano’s top aides called me a “zealot” because of my faith – suggesting a different view of religious commitment from her camp. I am a strong defender of religious freedom for all.

I am not a politician. I’ve been involved in public policy for 20 years based on fighting for values and principles, not partisanship or political power.

I have similar legal credentials to Janet Napolitano. But instead of gaining experience as a political appointee or bureaucrat like Napolitano, I have entrepreneurial experience building a nonprofit organization from scratch into the largest of its kind in the United States.


DSW Endorsements

Sonoran Alliance - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 4:09pm

Many of my friends and family are asking me how they should vote. During the Primary Election I provided my endorsement sheet. Now that the General Election is upon us, here are my endorsements (link).

US Senate - Jon Kyl
Congressional District 1 - Rick Renzi
Congressional District 2 - Trent Franks
Congressional District 3 - John Shadegg
Congressional District 4 - None
Congressional District 5 - JD Hayworth
Congressional District 6 - Jeff Flake
Congressional District 7 - Ron Drake
Congressional District 8 - Randy Graf
Governor - Len Munsil
Attorney General - Bill Montgomery
Secretary of State - Jan Brewer
Treasurer - Dean Martin
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Corporation Commission -Gary Pierce*
State Mine Inspector - Joe Hart
Central Arizona Water Conservation District - Janie Thom & Jean McGrath

District 1 
Senate: None
House: Lucy Mason & Andy Tobin

District 2
Senate: Royce Jenkins
House: Preston Korn*

District 3
Senate: Ron Gould
House: Trish Groe & Nancy McLain

District 4
Senate: Jack Harper
House: Judy Burges & Tom Boone

District 5
Senate: Jake Flake
House: Bill Konopinicki

District 6
Senate: Pamela Gorman
House: Sam Crump & Doug Clark

District 7
Senate: Jim Waring
House: Nancy Barto & Ray Barnes

District 8
Senate: None
House: John Kavanagh*

District 9
Senate: Bob Burns
House: Rick Murphy & Bob Stump

District 10
Senate: Linda Gray
House: Jim Weiers & Doug Quelland

District 11
Senate: Barbara Leff
House: Adam Driggs & Don Hesselbrock

District 12
Senate: Robert Blendu
House: Jerry Weiers & John Nelson

District 13
Senate: None
House: None

District 14
Senate: None
House:John Stevens*

District 15
Senate: None
House: William Wheat*

District 16
Senate: None
House: None

District 17
Senate: None
House: Laura Knaperek & Dale Despain

District 18
Senate: Karen Johnson
House: Mark Anderson & Russell Pearce

District 19
Senate: Chuck Gray
House: Kirk Adams & Rich Crandall

District 20
Senate: John Huppenthal
House: John McComish & Bob Robson

District 21
Senate: Jay Tibshraney
House: Warde Nichols & Steve Yarbrough

District 22
Senate: Thayer Verschoor
House: Andy Biggs & Eddie Farnsworth

District 23
Senate: Cheryl Chase
House: John Fillmore & Frank Pratt

District 24
Senate: Russ Jones
House: Joseph Melchionne & Rodney Martin

District 25
Senate: None
House: Gail Griffin*

District 26
Senate: All Melvin
House: David Jorgenson*

District 27
Senate: None
House: Gene Chewning*

District 28
Senate: None
House: None

District 29
Senate: None
House: Bruce Murchison*

District 30
Senate: Tim Bee
House: Jonathan Paton*

* Cast only one vote (you get more than one) for this candidate.

Propositions:
Proposition 100 – Yes
Proposition 101 – Yes
Proposition 102 – Yes
Proposition 103 – Yes
Proposition 104 – No
Proposition 105 – Yes
Proposition 106 – No
Proposition 107 – Yes
Proposition 200 – No
Proposition 201 – No
Proposition 202 – No
Proposition 203 – No
Proposition 204 – No
Proposition 205 – No
Proposition 206 – No
Proposition 207 – Yes
Proposition 300 – Yes
Proposition 301 – Yes
Proposition 302 – Yes

Maricopa Community College Board
Colleen Clark

Arizona State Supreme Court
Vote “NO” on all justices

Arizona Court of Appeals – Div 1
Vote “NO” on all judges

Arizona Court of Appeals – Div 2
Vote “YES on
Philip Espinoza
Joseph Howard
Vote “NO” on all other judges

Arizona Superior Court, Maricopa County
Vote “YES” on
Edward Burke
Alfred Fenzel
Jeffrey Hotham
Brian Ishikawa
Michael Jones
Kenneth Mangum
Vote “NO” on all other judges

A RATHER NOVEL PRESS RELEASE FROM THE DRAKE FOR CONGRESS CAMPAIGN

Hot AZ It Gets - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 3:48pm
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Campaign Contact:

 

Terry Krukemyer

Ron Drake for U.S. Congress

520.461.2076

TerryK@drake4congress.com

 

 

November 7, 2006

 

LEAVE THE REST TO GOD

 

 

Since the beginning of the campaign, we have been laboring diligently to understand the issues and problems facing the people of District 7.  We have done all that we can do to move the campaign forward in presenting a viable alternative to the status quo.  After all we have done, we have nothing left to do but ask for God’s blessings to be upon us.

 

We ask that everyone unite together in prayer today.  We want to thank God for all the protection, guidance, and blessings that we have received and to ask for His support in this noble cause we have pursued. 

 

 

For more information, visit:

 

www.drake4congress.com

P.O. Box 86958

Tucson, AZ ostalCode>85754-6958ostalCode>

 

Categories: Arizona Politics

Independent Thought ?

Hot AZ It Gets - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 3:39pm
  Quelling Dissent  

We're hearing Sen. Jon Kyl has quietly sent out the message that the new state party chairman must be a McCain loyalist. Also, everyone--including district chairs--should either proclaim loyalty to McCain for the 2008 primary or remain "neutral." An East Valley precinct committeeman, and an outspoken supporter of  presidential aspirant, Mitt Romney, writes that he has already felt pressure.    Hmm...he must feel like a Reagan supporter in 1976. McCain's squishy posture on border security in a post 9/11 world is just one of many issues which don't sit well with conservatives.  Such heavy handed tactics are obviously intended to insure "unity" when '08 rolls around, but where is the room for differing opinions?
Categories: Arizona Politics

Please don't forget about me on Tuesday!

BirthFIRST - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 2:45pm

Embryo2_1

Categories: Pro-Life

Rain, Jerry Springer and Voting Machines

Lighthouse Blog - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 2:37pm

Voting_machine What do rain, Jerry Springer and voting machines have in common?   All are road blocks to democrat votes.   

Rain has historically been a problem for democrats as their voters aren't moved to vote by moral or philosophical reason.  Thus, they lack the motivation that a pro-lifer or a supporter of our military might have, and can easily be dissuaded from voting by rainy weather, which, thankfully, is predicted tomorrow.

Jerry Springer and soap operas are a big problem too, as are many TV shows.  Democrats get focused on one episode or another during election day and forget to vote.  If the 3 liberal major networks were smart, they'd cease broadcasting until after the polls close.

Voting machines will be a big problem this year.  In 2000, many democrats were still unfamiliar with  pen and paper, and had a difficult time filling in the little line between the head of the arrow and the tail, which is required to cast their vote.  Now with the new machines - straight out of Star Trek - Democrats could be in for major confusion.  Look for lawsuits galore and Jesse Jackson flying all over the country - except in Republican districts - claiming voter disenfranchisement.

Yep, this will be a fun week!

Categories: Arizona Politics

THE FRIGID AND FICKLE WATERS OF LEADERSHIP

Hot AZ It Gets - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 1:36pm
Salmon swimming upstream   Rumors are rife regarding the upcoming election for GOP state chairman. The name of former Speaker, Jeff Groscost, who unexpectedly passed away this past week, was prominently mentioned for the position. He had a strong following.   Randy Pullen's name is being bandied about, as is outgoing Senate President Ken Bennett's. One thing is certain:  Matt Salmon will not hold onto that seat in the January state leadership election. Regardless of whether he desires to stay or opts to leave, he will be history by day's end Saturday, January 27, 2007.   Salmon spiraled from party golden-boy to "a disappointment" in record time. The rift needs to be healed as the GOP moves forward.  It's time for a practitioner of the smooth and a hard-charging fund-raiser to take the helm. Salmon has spent his term lobbying--as did his predecessor, Bob Fannin.    The '08 presidential cycle looms large and the state party needs a captain.
Categories: Arizona Politics

WHERE'S THE PARTY, DUDE?

Hot AZ It Gets - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 1:06pm
  Jim Pederson for Senate
  Driving around town....   Campaign signs don't dot the landscape--they obscure it.  There are so many candidates and pro and cons on propositions that they become little more than a colorful blur as one cruises along the roadways.   The one thing that stands out is the lack of party designation on the majority of signs of known Democrats. Republicans place the identifying name prominently on their signs.  At the very least, the elephant logo is obvious.  The absolute winner for the non-identifying  signs are those of Democrat Jim Pederson, senatorial challenger hoping to unseat Republican Sen. Jon Kyl.   Pederson, it should be remembered, is the former chairman of the state Democrat party.  Now running for a top partisan post, his signs are humorous for what they exclude: "NOBODY'S SENATOR BUT OURS," infers no party affiliation.   Quite a trick--even for a partisan guy like Houdini Pederson.
Categories: Arizona Politics

VOTE FOR LEN MUNSIL

Sonoran Alliance - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 1:02pm

Len Munsil 

This is the latest statement by the Munsil Campaign. It bears repeating on this blog.

To: Friends of Len Munsil for Governor

From: Len Munsil

WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR ME Now it is decision time. If you are undecided, I hope you will take time to read this. If you are a supporter, I hope you will send this to everyone in your address book. 

I am a native Arizonan, and I love this state and its people. We have the potential to make Arizona the best, safest and most prosperous place to live in the nation.

I am committed to Arizona’s families. My wife Tracy and I have been married more than 20 years and have eight children. I am a Christian, and I believe faith is an asset for officeholders, not a detriment. One of Janet Napolitano’s top aides called me a “zealot” because of my faith – suggesting a different view of religious commitment from her camp.

I am not a politician. I’ve been involved in public policy for 20 years based on fighting for values and principles, not partisanship or political power.

I have similar legal credentials to Janet Napolitano. But instead of gaining experience as a political appointee or bureaucrat like Napolitano, I have entrepreneurial experience building a nonprofit organization from scratch into the largest of its kind in the United States.

I have also worked to train prosecutors and law enforcement officials in enforcing laws protecting women and children from sexual violence.

I believe my core values – limited government, lower taxes, strong support for law enforcement, a tough approach to crime, and the centrality of the family – are the core values of most Arizonans.

Janet Napolitano has tried to present herself as something other than what she is – a big-government, cultural liberal with no ideas and no plans for our future.

I have a plan to secure the border. I believe doing so will save Arizona taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars annually and improve our health care, educational and criminal justice systems. Janet Napolitano believes the border cannot be secured, and has done nothing to stop illegal immigration in four years.

And less than two years after 9/11, she proposed giving drivers’ licenses to illegal immigrants. She has vetoed every legislative effort to address illegal immigration, and even vetoed a bill that would have stopped our taxes from going to subsidize in-state tuition for illegal aliens.

I have a plan to improve education in Arizona, which has declined to the worst results in the nation under Janet Napolitano’s watch. She has no plan and no agenda other than to throw more money at the problem. I believe in excellent pay for excellent teachers, accountability, and providing more educational choice for parents.

I have a plan to work with Attorney General candidate Bill Montgomery to attack Arizona’s worst crime rate in the nation, and I will appoint tough-on-crime judges.

I have proposed steady downward pressure on income and property tax rates in Arizona because you deserve to keep more of your own money, rather than give it to the government. Janet Napolitano has fought and tried to kill every proposed tax cut over the last four years. When she was finally forced to sign a tax cut, she took credit for it.

Arizona’s economy improved because none of Janet Napolitano’s economic proposals were followed. We didn’t raise the taxes she wanted to raise, borrow the money she wanted to borrow, or spend all of the money she wanted to spend.

I have a record of working with both Republicans and Democrats to advance good policy. Janet Napolitano doesn’t get along with people in either party. She set a record for vetoes in one term, and three of the small number of Democratic legislators switched parties because of her.

She vetoed the rights of gun owners during emergencies. She vetoed efforts to lower health care costs and emergency room wait times by ending frivolous lawsuits against emergency room doctors.

She is a committed liberal on cultural matters. She embraced an offensive, anti-American 9/11 memorial. She is not merely pro-choice, but is an abortion extremist who has backed partial-birth abortion and taxpayer-funded abortion, while opposing parental consent and a woman’s right to know. I am pro-life.

Napolitano opposes preserving marriage as the union of one man and one woman. I support preserving the definition of marriage.

I believe in open and honest government. Napolitano has repeatedly vetoed efforts to require that her multi-billion dollar executive budget be opened to public scrutiny.

If you are content to live in a state that is last in education but first in crime, if you are content to have a leader who has done nothing about our most pressing problem – illegal immigration – if you are content to live in a state with a committed cultural leftist at its helm – vote for Janet Napolitano.

But if you believe in mainstream American values, I hope you’ll join Sen. John McCain, Sen. Jon Kyl, and dozens of Congressmen, state legislators and mayors around Arizona in voting for me.

Parental notification - a bad idea for child predators..

Prolife Blogs - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 12:35pm

Just listen to what these experts on child seduction have to say about parental notification laws..

"I hang out in internet chat rooms, where I meet plenty of young underaged girls. I chat with them tell them how beautiful they are, and form a relationship with them. Eventually I have my way with them or I move on to another girl. There are so many to choose from, I don't need to waste too much time with one who wont give me what I want. I may get some pregnant, but so what, the clinic can fix that, and nobody has to know. It's like getting away with a crime! Parental notification for abortion? That would put me behind bars!"-- Chet Chatter, 34, Fort Bragg, CA

Read more from the experts at http://www.iwantyourdaughter.com/

PS... Share their testimony with your friend via email....

Categories: Pro-Life

Eugenic Abortion Leads to Infanticide

Prolife Blogs - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 10:59am

The pro-life community has been buzzing about the proposal by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology to discuss actively euthanizing sick and disabled newborns in England. Read about it in this TimesOnline article.

There are several important points to this article. The first and most important is that fact that there is no doubt eugenic abortion leads to infanticide:

The college’s submission was also welcomed by John Harris, a member of the government’s Human Genetics Commission and professor of bioethics at Manchester University. “We can terminate for serious foetal abnormality up to term but cannot kill a newborn. What do people think has happened in the passage down the birth canal to make it okay to kill the foetus at one end of the birth canal but not at the other?” he said.
Categories: Pro-Life

Voter Guide

Lighthouse Blog - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 10:38am

Voter_guide Lighthouse Blog has come up with the following voter guide.  I attempt to provide the way to vote as well as a basic reason for doing so.  There are many more reasons for voting one way or another on these but I thought brevity was in order.  As far as candidates go, we must vote for pro-life republicans wherever possible

Proposition 100 - Keeping Aliens in Jail - Yes, because illegal aliens who commit serious felonies are hard to re-catch since they operate under the radar.

Proposition 101 - Local Property Taxes - Yes, because it should keep taxes low.

Proposition 102 - Standing on Civil Lawsuits - Yes, illegal aliens should not be awarded settlements from legal persons or entities.

Proposition 103 - English as Official Language - Yes, because we spend millions trying to communicate in various languages, and English is the only language people in this nation can use to succeed.

Proposition 104 - Municipal Debt - Yes, because it seems reasonable.

Proposition 105 - State Trust Lands - Yes, because it is a reasonable measure to preserve state lands.

Proposition 106 - Conserving Arizona for Teachers Unions - No, because it gives strength to teachers unions who are inhibiting quality education of our kids.  The unions need to focus on education, not usurping more power.  It also will prohibit public use of many state lands.

Proposition 107 - Protecting Marriage - Yes, because marriage is under assault from liberals and activist judges.   Homosexuals can unite via legal means without renaming a historical religious institutions.

Proposition 200 - Lottery for Voters - No, because voting is serious business and should not be rewarded with anything other than good government.  Also, I'd rather have few, educated voters than many, uneducated voters.

Proposition 201 - Smoke Free Arizona - Yes, because smoking is a huge health problem, as is second hand smoke.  If smoking didn't impact the non-smoker I would care.

Proposition 202 Arizona Minimum Wage - No, because it will cost jobs for legal citizens and give more jobs to illegal aliens.

Proposition 203 - First things First - No, because it puts government first and parenting second.  Parents need to be in control of and make decisions in the best interests of their children.

Proposition 204 - Humane Treatment of Farm Animals - No, because this is a proposal paid for by radical out of state animal groups who know little of what goes on in Arizona.   Very few Arizona's agree with this measure, except Sheriff Joe Arpiao, who is too kind to the animals in his own cages.

Proposition 205 - Vote by Mail - No, because voting is a serious business to be done by sober people who care to take the time to vote.  Absentee ballots are great for those in need, but we run the risk of major voter fraud if we mail out ballots to everyone.  Again, I'd rather have only a few, educated voters voting than many, uneducated voters doing so.

Proposition 206 - AZ Non-Smoker Protection - Yes, because smoking and second hand smoke are serious health hazards.  If smoking didn't impact the non-smoker I would care.

Proposition 207 - Private Property Rights - Yes, because governments have gotten out of hand and individuals need protection from overreaching municipalities.  This does not prevent taking, it only compensates those whose property is taken.

Proposition 300 - Public Program Eligibility - Yes, Only legal citizens should benefit from tax dollars.  Illegal aliens should not benefit from government programs until they are legal.

Proposition 301 - Me th Offenses - No, because it will clog our jails and because first time offenders in every other category of drug use are eligible for probation.   This is just too extreme.

Proposition 302 - State Legislature Salaries - Yes, we need good people running for office and they should not have to live in near poverty while in such an important role.

Categories: Arizona Politics

WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR ME

Len Munsil - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 9:44am

I have been posting on this blog throughout this campaign. You can find my insights on a variety of topics on this website. To the best of my knowledge, I am the first statewide candidate in history to post regular blog updates throughout a campaign – directly from me, to you the voter, with no filter -- sometimes to the chagrin of my political advisers!

I intend to continue posting. Whether my next posts come as Governor-elect or private citizen is up to you.

Now is decision time.

If you have come to this website unsure of your decision, then let me give you my best shot.

I am a native Arizonan, and I love this state and its people. We have the potential to make Arizona the best, safest and most prosperous place to live in the nation.

I am committed to Arizona’s families. My wife Tracy and I have been married more than 20 years and have eight children. I am a Christian, and I believe faith is an asset for officeholders, not a detriment. One of Janet Napolitano’s top aides called me a “zealot” because of my faith – suggesting a different view of religious commitment from her camp. I am a strong defender of religious freedom for all.

I am not a politician. I’ve been involved in public policy for 20 years based on fighting for values and principles, not partisanship or political power.

I have similar legal credentials to Janet Napolitano. But instead of gaining experience as a political appointee or bureaucrat like Napolitano, I have entrepreneurial experience building a nonprofit organization from scratch into the largest of its kind in the United States.

I have also worked to train prosecutors and law enforcement officials in enforcing laws protecting women and children from sexual violence.

I believe my core values – limited government, lower taxes, strong support for law enforcement, a tough approach to crime, and the centrality of the family – are the core values of most Arizonans.

Janet Napolitano has tried to present herself as something other than what she is – a big-government, cultural liberal with no ideas and no plans for our future.

I have a plan to secure the border. I believe doing so will save Arizona taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars annually and improve our health care, educational and criminal justice systems. Janet Napolitano believes the border cannot be secured, and has done nothing to stop illegal immigration in four years.

And less than two years after 9/11, she proposed giving drivers’ licenses to illegal immigrants. She has vetoed every legislative effort to address illegal immigration, and even vetoed a bill that would have stopped our taxes from going to subsidize in-state tuition for illegal aliens.

I have a plan to improve education in Arizona, which has declined to the worst results in the nation under Janet Napolitano’s watch. She has no plan and no agenda other than to throw more money at the problem. I believe in excellent pay for excellent teachers, accountability, and providing more educational choice for parents.

I have a plan to work with Attorney General candidate Bill Montgomery to attack Arizona’s worst crime rate in the nation, and I will appoint tough-on-crime judges.

I have proposed steady downward pressure on income and property tax rates in Arizona because you deserve to keep more of your own money, rather than give it to the government. Janet Napolitano has fought and tried to kill every proposed tax cut over the last four years. When she was finally forced to sign a tax cut, she took credit for it.

Arizona’s economy improved because none of Janet Napolitano’s economic proposals were followed. We didn’t raise the taxes she wanted to raise, borrow the money she wanted to borrow, or spend all of the money she wanted to spend.

I have a record of working with both Republicans and Democrats to advance good policy. Janet Napolitano doesn’t get along with people in either party. She set a record for vetoes in one term, and three of the small number of Democratic legislators switched parties because of her.

She vetoed the rights of gun owners during emergencies. She vetoed efforts to lower health care costs and emergency room wait times by ending frivolous lawsuits against emergency room doctors.

Despite her promises and a huge cash infusion, she has failed to effectively reform Child Protective Services. I am committed to protecting Arizona children from abuse, and to providing sufficient resources for women and children fleeing domestic violence.

Napolitano is a committed liberal on cultural matters. She embraced an offensive, anti-American 9/11 memorial. She is not merely pro-choice, but is an abortion extremist who has backed partial-birth abortion and taxpayer-funded abortion, while opposing parental consent and a woman’s right to know. I am pro-life.

Napolitano opposes preserving marriage as the union of one man and one woman. I support preserving the definition of marriage.

I believe in open and honest government. Napolitano has repeatedly vetoed efforts to require that her multi-billion dollar executive budget be opened to public scrutiny.

If you are content to live in a state that is last in education but first in crime, if you are content to have a leader who has done nothing about our most pressing problem – illegal immigration – if you are content to live in a state with a committed cultural leftist at its helm – vote for Janet Napolitano.

But if you believe in mainstream American values, I hope you’ll join Sen. John McCain, Sen. Jon Kyl, and dozens of Congressmen, state legislators and mayors around Arizona in voting for me.


Categories: Arizona Politics

UK OB-GYNs Jump On the Groningen Bandwagon

Prolife Blogs - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 9:33am

From The Independent

How cold-blooded is this quote?

"We would like the working party to think more radically about non-resuscitation, withdrawal of treatment decisions, the best interests test, and active euthanasia, as they are ways of widening the management options available to the sickest of newborns."

That was the opinion of the The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology in a submission to the medical regulatory body, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.

Read the rest at Marlowe's Shade

Categories: Pro-Life

The rumor about John Paul Stevens

Prolife Blogs - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 8:04am

stevens.jpgFrom Human Events, November 4:

For weeks, commentators have speculated that significant numbers of conservatives, alienated by over-spending, the Iraq War, and other perceived GOP disappointments, will stay home on Election Day, giving one or both Houses of Congress to Democrats. But for those who care about reforming the Supreme Court, sitting this one out may soon look like a mistake of historic proportions.

For the past several weeks, there has been a rumor circulating among high-level officials in Washington, D.C., that a member of the U.S. Supreme Court has received grave medical news and will announce his or her retirement by year’s end. While such rumors are not unusual in the nation’s capital, this one comes from credible sources. Additionally, a less credible but still noteworthy post last week at the liberal Democratic Underground blog says, “Send your good vibes to Justice Stevens. I just got off the phone with a friend of his family and right now he is very ill and at 86 years old that is not good.”

Normally, this news might be too ghoulish to repeat publicly. Nevertheless, with the election just days away, it is news that should be considered....

Categories: Pro-Life

On Eve of Election Day, National Pro Life Radio Announces New Online Programming

Prolife Blogs - Mon, 11/06/2006 - 12:13am
Washington DC (PRWeb) November 6, 2006 -- http://www.nplr.net [National Pro Life Radio] announced today its new 24-hour a day online radio programming targeted at America's 55% pro life majority. The new company, based in Washington DC, is a nonprofit effort backed by several major donors and aimed at achieving greater awareness and unity among pro life people.

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"Solidarity, awareness, education – three key components for a better stronger Pro Life movement that sees growth and success in ending legalized abortion – few things can produce and enhance these needed components as quickly and effectively as radio," says http://www.nplr.net [NPLR] founder and general manager Paul Schenck on the eve of national elections.

Schenck says a major objective is to educate voters on the life issues so they know who and what to vote for in the future.

"There's a lot of dangerous fine print out there these days," Schenck said. "Missouri's Amendment 2 is a great example for why we need to help Pro Life people understand the issues before they cast their votes."

Categories: Pro-Life

GOING GONZO! COME TO MONDAY'S PHOENIX RALLY!

Len Munsil - Sun, 11/05/2006 - 11:23pm

Luis Gonzales will be a featured speaker at our Phoenix rally Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. at Republican Party headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St. I hope to see all of you there!

For information on our rallies in Tucson, Yuma and Prescott with Sen. McCain, Sen. Kyl and other candidates, please check the box at right!

Categories: Arizona Politics
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