Arizona 2018

I don’t know about some of you but I’m glad Jeff Flake decided not to run. Gives people a chance to elect someone who will actually work for them and keep their oath of office. Your first task is to elect the best candidate in the primary which is as important, maybe even more critical than the general because the primary is where you decide who is running. In the general you can only vote for who won the primary. Many people complain they don’t have any good candidates and my question is did you vote in the primary?

Elections for Statewide offices and Congress
✓ Special Primary House CD 8: Tuesday 27 February 2018
Special Election House CD 8: Tuesday 24 April 2018
Primary: Tuesday 28 August 2018
General Election: Tuesday 6 November 2018

First we have the Senate seat of Jeff Flake (unfortunately John McCain isn’t up for election this year). I won’t list all of them but the first one is Joe Arpaio. We all know he is a fighter, the MSM hates him and the Left hates him which is probably the best endorsement he could have since I don’t trust any of those people. His website is . Next is Craig Brittain, he lists some of the right things on his website but I don’t really know much about him. If you have anything to say just comment below. Kelli Ward seems to say the right things on her website  too so I don’t know for sure but any one of them would be better than what you have had.


CD1 – Currently you have a Democrat Tom O’Halleran. You have Wendy Rogers and Steve Smith Check out their websites and make your best decision.

CD2 – Currently you have Martha McSally (R) who is running for Senate. You have Lea Marquez Peterson a hispanic who wants border security, could be interesting to see how the left deals with that. Brandon Ray Martin, Casey Burke Welch and Marilyn Wiles Check them out and get out there and vote for your choice in the primary.

CD3 – Currently you have a Democrat Raúl M. Grijalva personally I don’t trust him. On the republican side you have Sergio Arellano, Joe Nicolas “Nick” Pierson and Edna San Miguel

CD4 – Currently you have a Republican Paul Anthony Gosar he isn’t really being challenged.

CD5 – Andy Biggs  (R)

CD6 – David Schweikert (R)

CD7 – Currently Ruben Gallego (D). He is being challenged by another Democrat so I hope he loses his primary just to stir things up Catherine Miranda

CD8 – Trent Franks (R) leaving. Steve Montenegro (R), Christopher “Chris” Sylvester (R). Check them out, make your choice then vote in the primary.

CD9 – Open Seat, Irina Baroness von Behr(R), Steve Ferrara(R), David Victor “Dave” Giles(R), Seth Leibsohn(R) I suggest one of these in the Republican primary.

Alabama Run Off 2017

A Tuesday 26 September 2017 runoff will be held between the top two Republican vote-getters, Roy S. Moore 40% and Luther J. Strange, III 32%.

My pick is Judge Roy Moore. His website . One of the biggest reasons I support him is that he stood up for the Constitution and would not cower to the politically correct crowd as a Supreme Court Justice for the state of Alabama. He also has an impressive list of endorsements, check them out. His stances are consistent with mine and would be consistent with any Conservative or Tea Party type or just any American Patriotic person. I would consider him an outsider like President Trump and he has a history of standing up for American Values.

I believe in order to Drain The Swamp it will require putting people in office who will Stand up for America and fight the politically correct and establishment types that have become entrenched in Washington. I believe in Term Limits and I also believe it is up to We The People to impose them. It will be a fight but our Country is worth it so if you live in Alabama please get out and vote on Tues. Sept. 26, 2017.


The Nuclear Option by Michael Connely


There has been a lot of discussion about Republicans in the U.S. Senate using what is called the “nuclear option” to get an outstanding nominee Neil Gorsuch appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. This was needed to overcome the “cloture” rule that requires 60 Senators to vote to allow a Supreme Court nominee to even be voted on by the Senate. Unfortunately, the same rule also applies to most of all regular legislation brought before the Senate including those laws passed by the House of Representatives.

The U.S. Constitution provides for bills to be adopted, and nominees to be onfirmed by a majority vote in the Senate with the Vice President casting the deciding vote if the Senate is evenly split. The Senate is also allowed to set its own rules but there is nothing indicating that they can override the majority vote requirement, yet that is what the Senate did that in 1917 when it adopted a two thirds vote cloture rule. That proved to be a disaster since the overwhelming majority was virtually never reached, despite the fact that in those days members of the Senate were patriots and would vote for legislation that was good for the country not just their political party.

Yet, there was still gridlock in many cases so in 1975 the Senate changed its rules to set the current 60 vote threshold. Both parties used it to their advantage when the other party controlled the Senate. Then the Democrats under Harry Reid decided in 2013 to get rid of the cloture rule when it came to Obama nominated federal judges at the district and appellate level that were being blocked by Republicans because of many of the nominees far left leanings. The Senate democrats were all on board with this change and Chuck Schumer was particularly enthusiastic.

However, now that the Republicans have taken a page from the Democrat playbook and invoked the nuclear option to get Neil Gorsuch confirmed to the Supreme Court, Schumer and many other Democrats are absolutely hysterical. It seems that the cloture rule should only apply to Republicans, not to the Democrat elitists who consider themselves above the law. They are adamantly opposed to Judge Gorsuch because he believes in the Constitution that Democrats generally view as an archaic document that is getting in the way of their game plan to destroy our constitutional republic and create a “socialist paradise” in its place.

However, while I fully support use of the nuclear option to confirm Judge Gorsuch; as a constitutional lawyer I have a problem with the entire cloture rule. I believe it is unconstitutional and should be entirely abolished by the Senate. The fact is that the cloture rule dilutes my vote and those of all other Americans who vote for Senators. Instead of having my Senators effectively represent me by voting to pass or defeat legislation by a majority vote, as provided in the Constitution, their votes are often meaningless.

For example, I have been working for the last four years with veterans who are being arbitrarily denied their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Eighteen months ago I also predicted that the same methods were going to be employed to disarm Social Security recipients, That has also come true and the House of Representatives has passed legislation to stop these abuses. However, initial indications are that Senate democrats will use the cloture rule to stop both of these bills from coming to the full Senate for a vote.

That will happen because under the cloture rule the two votes of the Senators in Texas that will represent me will be meaningless while the votes of the two Democrat senators from Massachusetts will count along with all other votes by Senate democrats. America’s heroes and our senior citizens will continue to be denied their constitutional rights. For this and other compelling reasons, it is imperative that we call on Republican senators to permanently abolish the 60 vote cloture rule and give us back our Constitution and the ability of Congress to act with majority votes of 51.

Michael Connelly

Michael Connelly blog

Judicial Dictatorship by Michael Connely



It is apparently official now. Three unelected leftist lawyers wearing black robes and sitting as justices on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals have confirmed a ruling by a lower court unelected leftist federal judge that stays the Executive Order on immigration issued by the elected President of the United States. As I pointed out in the previous article on the subject I posted on my blog the actions of the President were entirely reasonable, legal, and constitutional.

Neither of the courts has listened to any evidence or made a ruling on the constitutionality of the order, but instead have decided it is “probably” unconstitutional. However, in order to understand what these four judges have actually done it is necessary to read between the lines and determine the true implications of this ruling which are staggering.

Essentially the ruling says that elections no longer matter, the will of the American people no longer matters, and most importantly the Constitution of the United States no longer matters. So according to the men and women in black we are no longer a Constitutional Republic, but a judicial dictatorship where all decisions including those dealing the with the all-important matters of our national security, and the lives of American citizens will now be made not by Congress and the President of the United States, but by a hand full of elite federal judges. This effectively dissolves the Constitutional establishment of three separate, but equal branches of government.

Ironically the federal judiciary has for years being undermining the Constitutional rights of American citizens that are protected in the Bill of Rights. This includes central rights like freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to keep and bear arms, the right to due process of law and numerous others. Yet, as of today they decided to confer Constitutional rights on citizens of foreign countries that have never had these rights.

This includes a “right” of potential terrorists to enter the U.S. without being properly vetted and to possibly kill Americans. Americans should be outraged. This is clearly a political decision made to advance the leftist agenda and stifle the desire of Americans to protect their homes and families from the type chaos of that is occurring in Europe and other areas of the world.

Michael Connelly

Michael Connelly blog

Constitutional Law Alliance

Some Reasons Trump Won

Some Reasons Trump Won

  1) Obama calls me clinger – Yes I am a clinger. I cling to my Religion and my 2nd Amendment. The fact is they are both rights guaranteed in our Constitution so it would be un-american to not be a clinger and Trump understood that.

 2) Hilliary calls me Deplorable – I think that statement was as much of a reason for the Trump surge as anything. It was offensive and showed how little respect she had for concerned Americans, as a consequence a very large number of us wore the term as a badge of honor.

3) Bill calls me redneck – This from someone from Arkansas which is about as redneck as you can get. Shows how little respect he has for patriotic Americans too. I have always seen the term redneck as a slight from many but also as people who believe in God and Country also.

4) BLM calls me racist – Does racism exist? Of course but it isn’t only whites that are racists, blacks can be racist too. History tells us that the democratic party started the KKK yet it is Trump and his supporters that get called racist and it simply isn’t true.

5) Feminists call me sexist – I personally don’t have a problem with women and don’t think they should have a problem with me. From what I have seen Trump has hired many people and given them leadership positions based on ability, men, women, white, black or anything else without regard to color or sex and that is the way it should be.

6) ISIS calls me infidel – The way they use it I guess I am an infidel. Bottom line is if someone wants to live under American law, practice their religion and let me practice mine they won’t have a problem with me. When they want to either force me to convert to their religion or be killed then they will and should have a problem with me ( go back to number one for the explanation).

7) Trump calls me American – We all have differences but we are all taken care of in our Constitution. We are endowed with certain unalienable rights by our Creator, those rights are our birthright and no one has a right to take them away. Trump agrees with that and that my friends is the main reason he won because he spoke to Americans who are tired of being taken advantage of by people who think they know better how we should live our lives, spend our money and what we should believe. Millions of Americans stood up and said enough, we will be silent no longer.

Trump Prophesy Part 2

[VIRAL] Part 2: ‘Firefighter’s Prophecy: “2016 Annointed President Prophecy”

I watched this video and thought it’s true, I have been speaking to Pastor’s about 501-c3 for a few years now. Many did not know about the Johnson Amendment and just thought it had always been that way. Even the Church has been educated wrong and they didn’t know it. The same thing happens to our children learning history in public school.

The only Candidate I have ever heard speak about it is Donald Trump. I hope the Church learns the truth and does what is required. This is one of the many reasons I am convinced he was chosen for this time and why none of the weapons the globalists have used against him have worked. I urge everyone to continue their prayers for Donald Trump, his Family and members of his Team. God will take care of him but our prayers help a great deal. See Part One

My Thought’s On Trump’s Win

I sat here tonight watching Fox News, waiting for the election results. I didn’t support Trump in the primary but when he won that and I thought it through I got behind him. The reasons for that were that there was about 30 years of history on Hilliary and most of it wasn’t good. They started putting negative stuff out about Trump without the proof, when you bothered to do some research on Trump the people who knew him, worked for him etc., you found out they told a different story than what the news told. The fact that many of the Republicans, Democrats and the Media were against him (I’m convinced they were/are scared of him) was a big reason I was for him because I don’t trust any of those people. Then there was the fact that from day 1 we were told he had no chance, I felt that God must have been working because he was getting results when all the conventional wisdom said it was impossible to do what he was doing.

I watched the news people stammering and not believing what they were forced to report. It made me feel good to see them have to admit they were wrong. It came as a complete surprise to them, they didn’t see it coming. Many of us expected it because Donald Trump was speaking for the people, in a way we could relate to. For the past 8 years or so we were losing hope so when Trump started saying the things we were feeling it got our attention, we started to have hope that things could change. No politician could have done that because quite frankly “WE DON’T BELIEVE THEM”. Like the old joke: How do you know a politician is lying? Because their lips are moving!

When Trump came out and gave his victory speech, rather than do the things the news would have told you he would do, he struck the right tone, he was humble, he put the focus on the people who worked so hard to get him there and indicated there would be much work to do, we needed to be united as a country and the American People (all of us) that were important and he would work for all of us, even if we had not supported him.

Bottom line is we can have hope again, it can get better.