SENATOR KELLI WARD ENDORSES JEFF DEWIT FOR STATE TREASURER

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Phoenix -  Jeff DeWit, CEO/Investment Professional and candidate for Arizona State Treasurer, announced today that State Senator Kelli Ward has endorsed his candidacy.

“As the Senator representing Legislative District 5, I am pleased to endorse Jeff DeWit in his race for State Treasurer.  Like Jeff, I place a high value on candidates that believe in conservative principles. The extensive private sector financial experience he brings to the table is invaluable to our state and to the office of Treasurer. Jeff’s opposition to Medicaid expansion and other “Big Government” programs assures me that he will guard the people’s checkbook. His desire to add more transparency to the state budget will allow all of the citizens of Arizona to see exactly where the money goes,” said Senator Ward.

“I’m honored to have Senator Ward’s support for my campaign. She has been a strong stalwart fighting for limited government and fiscal prudency, issues I feel strongly about,” said DeWit. “Conservative principles of fiscal responsibility are key to growing our economy and creating jobs in Arizona. Senator Ward has been a strong voice and leader for these principles and I will be as well.”

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About Jeff DeWit: Jeff is a successful CEO/Investment Professional with over 21 years of experience. Jeff started in the financial business in 1992, becoming one of the youngest licensed Investment Executives with Smith Barney Shearson. He then traded on the exchange floor as one of the youngest full members of the CME and Chicago Board of Trade. In 1999 Jeff founded ECHOtrade, and served as CEO from their Phoenix headquarters for 14 years. His passion for finance and his 21 years of experience in minimizing risk while maximizing returns in the financial markets, are perfectly suited to the job of Treasurer. For more information about Jeff DeWit or his campaign for State Treasurer, please visit www.JeffDeWit.com. You can also follow campaign updates on Facebook at www.facebook.com/JeffDeWitAZ or on Twitter at @JeffDeWitAZ.

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Toby Farmer: Vote No on Legislator Pay Raises

Toby Farmer

“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. ”

Words of Martin Luther King, Jr., articulating his belief that the notion of true and great public service comes from a heart willing to make the sacrifice to do whatever it takes to make the world a better place for the underserved and future generations.

In Arizona, we have a citizen legislature – normal people leaving the private sector to serve our state for a limited amount of time. A true servant leader is one willing to make the commitments to advocate and to serve the people whom they represent. Being a legislator should not be the best job you’ve ever had, and the notion that pay raises will translate to better legislators is just as fatuous.

Earlier this year State Senator Don Shooter infamously told a reporter that freebies like Fiesta Bowl tickets helped supplement his income and that he wanted a pay raise from taxpayers if he was going to give up lobbyist gifts and perks.

He even remarked: “It costs a lot of money to do this job, there’s an opportunity cost.” So much for sacrifice and a citizen-based legislature.

This November, Prop 304 will ask voters to approve a 45% pay raise for our citizen legislature. Meanwhile our state is facing a $300-plus structural deficit. Add a court judgment requiring the state to pay back an additional $316M to our schools, and this should be a no brainer about where we should be allocating our limited state resources.

As a Republican candidate for LD13 State Senate, I don’t believe in special interest perks and gifts from lobbyists. I’m not running for office because I’m focused on my next stepping stone in life. Being a state legislator should not be the best job you’ve ever had. If you don’t have a mentality of service as a state legislator you don’t deserve to be elected.

Let’s put our priorities in order. Vote No on Prop 304. Vote No on legislator pay raises.

Toby Farmer is a Republican candidate for the Arizona State Senate in legislative district 13. For more information about Toby Farmer, visit his website at FarmerAZ.com

Danny Ray’s Campaign Piece Provokes Questions on the Gubernatorial Race

Yesterday I was visited by a member of Danny Ray’s campaign team here in northeast Mesa and was provided with this piece of campaign literature.

Danny Ray for Mayor Mesa

Of course, I’ve watched the voters of Mesa authorize the mayor and council to take the city deeper into debt through bond elections – against my advocacy and wishes.

But what really provoked my interest was who has been in leadership over the years approving increases in the budget and amount of debt.

Having been the former Communications & Outreach Director for AFP-Arizona, I jumped over to the local government scorecard put out by the Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Arizona to refresh my memory on how the City of Mesa scored. Here’s a screenshot of their performance from 2008-present:

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As you can see, no one on the current council scored anywhere close to taxpayer-friendly. This confirms what Danny Ray has been campaigning on but it also reveals something about the former mayor and his effort to get a promotion to Arizona Governor.

While I like the fact that Danny Ray seems to be an anti-establishment candidate, I’m now wondering just who took Mesa in the direction its currently going and how that might be injected into the gubernatorial race.

Just sayin’

Adam Kwasman releases campaign ad in race for AZ01

Kwasman for Congress

Touts Conservative Record, Arpaio Endorsement

Oro Valley, AZ - Republican Congressional Candidate Adam Kwasman released his first TV ad of the campaign today. Kwasman’s conservative voting record along with his Congressional platform are highlighted throughout the thirty second advertisement.

“I’ve been very encouraged at the reception my campaign has been receiving across the First Congressional District,” Kwasman said.  “With early voting set to commence, the time is right to begin the next phase of my campaign.”

The ad will appear on cable systems across the entire district. The Republican primary will be held on August 26.

Audio text of ad:

Adam KwasmanI’m Adam Kwasman and I approve this message.

Male Announcer:  There is a new generation of leaders emerging in Arizona.

Adam Kwasman led the fight to stop the expansion of Obamacare here.

Voted to end Common Core.

Has received awards for his conservative leadership.

Now Kwasman is running for Congress

Sheriff Joe Arpaio endorsed Kwasman because Sheriff Joe knows Adam will say no to amnesty and work to secure our border.

 Adam Kwasman for Congress.  Standing Strong for Arizona.

 Watch Kwasman’s ad here:

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For more information about Adam Kwasman‘s campaign for Congress, please visit www.AdamKwasman.com.

Andrew Thomas Stood Up to the Gay Lobby – Spoof Ad

H/T to Ryan for bringing this to my attention.

Wouldn’t you know it. We live in an age when the internet rules and anyone can grab video and have fun with it.

Here’s to Arizona Commentator on the quick video edit posted on YouTube!

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Phoenix Earns High Marks From NFIB

City judged one of five best in nation for welcoming small business

In an e-newsletter to its more than 330,000 members nationwide today, including 7,000 in Arizona, the National Federation of Independent Business, America’s voice of small business, ranked Phoenix as one of the top five cities in the country “Opening Their Doors to Small Business.”

“Phoenix’s rebounding economy, favorable climate and entrepreneurial culture attracts many transplanted residents,” said the NFIB article. “Two years ago, the Phoenix City Council implemented reforms that shifted a significant portion of city permitting and inspection functions to the private sector and created 24-hour turnarounds for projects such as city and building permits that used to take four to six months. With quicker turnarounds, doing business in Phoenix has become faster and more convenient.”

Noted Farrell Quinlan, NFIB’s Arizona state director, “The majority of people starting small businesses and prospering here were born somewhere else. That kind of new blood and vitality means opportunities in Phoenix aren’t encumbered by an old-boys network.”

In a news release issued by Mayor Greg Stanton, he said, “This ranking is a testament to the actions we’re taking to lift small and local businesses. We’re moving in a new economic direction – one that creates real opportunity for business owners and entrepreneurs.”

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Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio

City Councilman Sal DiCiccio added, “This puts Phoenix in a position to compete in the global economy, making us faster, smarter and better than our competitor cities. Getting 24-hour permitting and the ability to submit plans online allows businesses to open today, not months from now. The Mayor and Council recognized that it grows our economy faster when we help businesses take off quickly.”

DiCiccio, a longtime NFIB member, led the 125-member Ad Hoc Development Task Force that produced the reform recommendations for how to streamline the city’s permit process.

Phoenix has also been helped by a better state climate, Quinlan pointed out. “The state has been a leader in low tax rates and regulatory reform. For instance, Arizona simplifies the process state agencies must follow when creating rules and regulations they impose on Arizona businesses. That leadership ensures government serves as a facilitator of economic dynamism rather than a frustrator of job creation.”

Other cities making the top five list were Caspar, Wyoming; Jackson, Mississippi; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Orlando, Florida.

For more than 70 years, the National Federation of Independent Business has been the Voice of Small Business, taking the message from Main Street to the halls of Congress and all 50 state legislatures. NFIB annually surveys its members on state and federal issues vital to their survival as America’s economic engine and biggest creator of jobs. NFIB’s educational mission is to remind policymakers that small businesses are not smaller versions of bigger businesses; they have very different challenges and priorities.

Most Recent Arizona Gubernatorial Ads

Here are the most recent gubernatorial ads for your review and comment. Note, production and airing for these ads is being paid for by money raised from donors, money from the candidate’s own pocket or from Arizona taxpayers through the Clean Elections system. Can you tell which?

Andrew Thomas - July 17, 2014
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Ken Bennett - July 16, 2014
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Christine Jones - July 15, 2014
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Scott Smith - July 15, 2014
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Frank Riggs - July 15, 2014
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Doug Ducey – July 8, 2014
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Fred DuVal – April 17, 2014
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Let us know what you think!

Wendy Rogers Raises Over $138K in the Second Quarter of 2014

Wendy Rogers

More than $380K Cash on Hand

Tempe – Today Lt Col Wendy Rogers (ret), Republican candidate for Congress (AZ-9) reported her campaign raised $138,367.90 during the 2nd quarter on her financial report. This helped increase her total cash on hand to $387,346.69.

“We have picked up astounding momentum. Everywhere I travel, volunteers clamor to get onboard. More and more supporters drop into campaign headquarters on a daily basis to get involved, because they not only want to be a part of something special, but also a refreshingly well organized campaign.” says Rogers. “Our campaign indeed is remarkable. Over 1,300 people have donated to us. We cherish that. I honor every donation we’ve received,” Rogers continued.

Building on amazing success from prior quarters, Wendy Rogers has continued to amass resources and endorsements needed to win the seat. The Republican primary election for Congressional District 9 will be held on August 26th, 2014.

A 5th-generation military officer, Lt Col Wendy Rogers (ret) spent her career serving her country as one of the first 100 women pilots in the Air Force. For the past 17 years, she and her husband have met payroll as job creators in their own business, have raised two children, and now have two grandchildren.

To learn more about Wendy visit: www.wendyrogers.org

New Website! Exposing the Obamacare Republicans!

Obamacare Republicans

The ObamacareRepublicans.com website is officially up!

Find out which Republicans voted for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion and still support forcing Obamacare on all Arizonans.

And please donate to the effort to get the message out!

New Poll: What is the MOST important issue in the Governor’s Race?

East Valley Pro-Life Leaders Endorse Ralph Heap for State Senate

Every election year there are a number of candidates that proclaim themselves to be “pro-life” Many of these candidates are seeking
re-election so it is important to clarify what pro-life actually has meant to them by their past voting record.

As precinct committeemen in LD-25 and ardent pro-life advocates we are concerned that the voting public is being tragically misled by some candidates seeking re-election that continue to profess a pro-life stand but their voting records scream otherwise!

Planned Parenthood’s (the largest abortion provider in the Nation) latest annual report indicates it had a record year when it came to funding from the government, receiving a record $542 million in taxpayer dollars (an increase of $60 million last year) by way of MEDICAID reimbursements, government grants and contracts. This amounts to almost half of all Planned Parenthood’s budget.

Medicaid Expansion, regardless of how noble and caring this program appeared on the surface, in short, is nothing more than the linchpin of Obamacare
and as it gets fully implemented, the gates will open wide; Planned Parenthood to receive millions more. Therefore, common sense dictates the Medicaid Expansion under Obamacare in Arizona will increase funding to Planned Parenthood. And inevitably, as their funding increases so will abortions while real health-care services for all women will deteriorate!

The cost of abortions (to the babies and the taxpayer) is immoral and we must end it.

“Bad Morality makes Bad Policy” – therefore any representative that voted for the Governor’s Medicaid Expansion simply CANNOT profess to be a pro-life candidate in our estimation.

We are confident that Dr. Ralph Heap, when elected, will stand unwavering in the protection of all innocent life as his profession calls him to do; his first campaign priority to repeal Obamacare in Arizona!

He has our support as our State Senator!

Joe & Jinny Perron
Pro-Life Advocates
Precinct Committeemen – LD-25

The ‘Good Guys’ – 2014 Arizona Elections

Alliance of Principled Conservatives – 2014 Arizona Elections

The Alliance of Principled Conservatives is pleased to present the ‘Good Guy List,’ an Arizona Republican Primary election guide to principled conservatives who will protect your freedomsprotect your wallet, and protect Arizona.

We are pleased to also announce that all of the incumbent candidates on the ‘Good Guy‘ list have also been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Businesses NFIB.  No candidate on the APC ‘Blacklist‘ has been endorsed by NFIB.

Additionally every incumbent candidate on the APC ‘Good Guy’ list has received high scores on the Americans for Prosperity 2014 Arizona Legislative Scorecard with the majority receiving a cumulative designation of ‘Champion of the Taxpayer’.

The National Federation of Independent Businesses states “the legislative candidates endorsed by NFIB today are proven friends of free enterprise whom Arizona small-business owners can trust to place their responsibility to taxpayers first over the interests of bigger government and its enablers.”

The candidates on the APC ‘Blacklist’ have tried to demonize the mission of APC as non-comprehensive and one-issue focused. Ethan Orr in LD9 continuously states that his Obamacare Medicaid Expansion vote is the only vote people find disagreeable. Heather Carter in LD15 blatantly ignores the Republican Party joining Jeff Dial and Rob Robson in LD18 bragging that their Crony-Capitalist war chest is all they need to get the votes to retain their seats.

The Blacklisted candidates trumpet their commitment to the Obamacare Medicaid Expansion, Common Core, increasing your taxes, and SPENDING MORE THAN WE PAY in taxes.  APC is glad that organizations like NFIB and AFP prove that the Blacklisted candidates do NOT deserve a vote based on their commitment to ‘bigger government and its enablers.’

Join APC in supporting the ‘Good Guys‘ – principled conservatives, small-business owners, and hard-working taxpayers along with the friends of free enterprise, NFIB and the champions of limited-government, AFP.

VOTE YES – The ‘GOOD GUYS’

Dr. Ralph Heap, Senate LD25
David Burnell Smith, LD15
John Allen, LD15
Darla Dawald, LD8
Irene Littleton, Senate LD8
John Fillmore, LD16
Kelly Townsend, LD16
Shawnna Bolick, LD28
Tom Morrissey, Senate LD18
John King, LD18
Jill Norgaard, LD18
David Farnsworth, LD16
Sam Medrano, LD5
Sonny Borreilli, LD5
Jay Lawrence, LD23
Michelle Ugenti, LD23
John Kavanaugh, Senate LD23
Steve Montenegro, LD13
Darin Mitchell, LD13
Paul Boyer, LD20
Anthony Kern, LD20
Steve Smith, Senate LD11
Vince Leach, LD11
Mark Finchem, LD11
David Gowan, LD14
David Stevens, LD14

 

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NFIB Endorses 42 Legislative Candidates

Nine Newcomers Join 33 Incumbents as Small Business’ Choice

The political action committee of Arizona’s leading small-business association today announced its endorsements of 42 candidates for the Arizona Senate and Arizona House of Representatives.

NFIB/Arizona Leadership Council Chair Mark Giebelhaus and NFIB/Arizona State Director Farrell Quinlan flank LD18 House hopeful Jill Norgaard at the small business group’s Small Business Forum this week.

NFIB/Arizona Leadership Council Chair Mark Giebelhaus and NFIB/Arizona State Director Farrell Quinlan flank LD18 House hopeful Jill Norgaard at the small business group’s Small Business Forum this week.

“The legislative candidates endorsed by NFIB today are proven friends of free enterprise whom Arizona small-business owners can trust to place their responsibility to taxpayers first over the interests of bigger government and its enablers,” said Farrell Quinlan, Arizona state director for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).

NFIB/Arizona Leadership Council member Jeff Fleetham and LD28 House hopeful Shawnna Shawnna Bolick at the small business group’s Small Business Forum this week.

NFIB/Arizona Leadership Council member Jeff Fleetham and LD28 House hopeful Shawnna Shawnna Bolick at the small business group’s Small Business Forum this week.

The principal standard used to evaluate incumbents was their voting records on 12 bills supported or opposed by the National Federation of Independent Business during the 2013-2014 legislative sessions. Endorsements for non-incumbent candidates were largely based on the quality of their answers on a questionnaire. These endorsements are formally issued by the NFIB/Arizona Save America’s Free Enterprise (SAFE) Trust, the organization’s political action committee, and represent the culmination of the pre-primary phase of the candidate evaluation process. There may be further endorsements in select legislative and statewide races after the August 26th primary elections.

NFIB/Arizona Endorsements in 2014 Legislative Primary Contests

For more than 70 years, the National Federation of Independent Business has been the Voice of Small Business, taking the message from Main Street to the halls of Congress and all 50 state legislatures. NFIB annually surveys its members on state and federal issues vital to their survival as America’s economic engine and biggest creator of jobs. NFIB’s educational mission is to remind policymakers that small businesses are not smaller versions of bigger businesses; they have very different challenges and priorities.

Did Heather Carter Vote to Raise our Taxes?

By Jose Borajero

Heather Carter

Heather Carter

Shortly, the Arizona Supreme Court will be ruling on whether the Medicaid tax imposed by the Democrats, aided and abetted by Representative Heather Carter and eight other Republicans in the House of Representatives is really a tax or something else, like a fee. The only question that will be resolved by the court is whether that move was legal or not. It will not determine whether it was good or bad. We all know that the mere fact something is legal does not automatically make it good, or desirable.

Whether we call it a tax, or something else, like a fee, an assessment, a contribution, an investment, or any of a myriad euphemistic terms that big government advocates use to disguise taxes, the fact remains that Heather Carter voted for bills that increase the amount of money that moves from the pockets of the taxpayers to the pockets of the government.

That fact is reflected in the results of the legislator evaluations done by three conservative leaning organizations.

Americans for Prosperity (AFP): This organization routinely keeps track of how legislators vote on issues having to do with economic matters, like taxation, spending, education, etc. (scorecard)

Goldwater Institute: These folks evaluate legislator performance across a wide variety of subjects, including tax & budget, education, constitutional government, and regulation.

National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB): This is a watchdog group for small businesses, which account for the vast majority of jobs in this country. They evaluate legislators on whether or not their votes enhance small businesses ability to operate in free and open market. (scorecard)

Currently in Arizona, we have 17 Republicans in the Senate and 36 Republicans in the House of Representatives, for a total of 43 Republican legislators. Let us see how Heather Carter was scored by all three organizations.

ORGANIZATION SCORE RANK
Americans for Prosperity – 48%  or 39th out of 43
Goldwater Institute – 61% or 35th out of 43
National Federation of Independent Businesses – 75% or 43rd out of 43

Conclusion: Heather Carter is a friend of Big Government and an enemy of the tax payer. People should keep that in mind when deciding whether to vote for her or for her challenger(s).

 

New GOP Victory Office Opens in West Phoenix

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July 2, 2014
Contact: Tim Sifert


New GOP Victory Office Opens in West Phoenix

Ground Game Expanding Rapidly, Activists Flock to Volunteer at West Valley GOP Victory Headquarters

PHOENIX – After opening GOP Victory Offices in Tucson and Casa Grande earlier this year, Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham announced a third office opening this week on Phoenix’s west side.  The address is 10050 W. Bell Rd, Suite 26, in Sun City.

The grand opening celebration will be July 12th from 10am to 1 pm and will feature refreshments and remarks from Chairman Graham. The AZGOP staff will be on hand to answer questions, provide information to precinct committeemen and other volunteers, and help prepare Republicans for victory in November.

“We have a tremendous number of volunteers who are coming in and offering to help in so many ways, and we need more space for them to work when they’re not out in the field,” said Robert Graham, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party.  “The more convenient it is for our volunteers and party workers, the more phone calls and door knocking can get done — and that’s the best way for our party to get each and every voter engaged in supporting our Republican candidates.”

In April, Graham held the grand opening of Victory Offices in Pima and Pinal County, and the West Valley GOP Victory Office promises to be an excellent complement to the AZGOP Headquarters located in Central Phoenix.

“I’ve spent the last eighteen months as Chairman building up the resources our Republican party needs to mobilize to win, and this is just another example of success breeding success,” Graham added.

Victory Offices serve the Republican Party’s goals of providing work space for volunteers and party officials, as well as a place for candidates to distribute information. Republican Precinct Committeemen, who are locally elected by voters in precincts throughout the state, are being joined by other volunteers and staff at these offices to implement Graham’s Victory 2014 plan to mobilize voters and encourage support for Republican candidates in the general election in November.

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Christine Jones, Exposed – Part 2

Yesterday, we drew attention to Christine Jones’ shaky rhetoric regarding her position on amnesty. Her “tough talk” border security plan comes with a whopping $270 million price tag - and, as she forcefully says in her latest political ad,  she will send the bill to President Obama.

Not so fast! Just last night, at her Scottsdale townhall with Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, Jones admitted that sending Obama the bill is simply an unrealistic expectation.

‘I’m not as stupid as I look,” she says before tossing her hair and smiling at the crowd.

So we ask, are we as stupid as Christine Jones hopes we are?

Um, the answer is emphatically NO!  But don’t take our word for it. Check out this video for yourself:

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Let’s save Arizonans the cost and humility of electing a haphazard and boisterous candidate. Help us spread the word about Christine Jones’ real plan for Arizona by sharing this video on social media and through your personal email lists. And tell Christine Jones that we are NOT stupid enough to elect a candidate who changes her tune with every audience!

Hobby and a Lobby of Glass Houses

By Sam Stone

The liberal angst over the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of Hobby Lobby and other Christian-owned family businesses is rapidly spinning out of control. Critics have accused Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court of everything short of genocide. Comedian and MSNBC contributor John Fugelsang tweeted that the Hobby Lobby ruling “proves once again that Scalia Law is a lot like Sharia Law”, explicitly comparing the atrocities committed in the name of radical Islam to not requiring someone else to pay for the morning-after pill. That’s ridiculous.

It’s ridiculous in light of what Hobby Lobby really is: one of the best examples of corporate humanity and compassion in this country. It’s even more ridiculous when you compare Hobby Lobby to, for example, Staples – a similar retail business run by founder and CEO Tom Stemberg, who was a significant contributor to President Obama’s campaigns.

Hobby Lobby pays a starting wage of $9.50 per hour for part time employees. Full time employees start at $14 an hour. All employees are eligible to enroll in the company-sponsored health care plan (which covers 16 types of birth control). All employees have Sundays off.

Staples employees often start at whatever minimum wage their local jurisdiction has set. Their average wage for associates is $8.55 an hour. Most associates do not qualify for company-sponsored benefits. Staples is open 7 days a week.

And yet, the left is basically claiming that because Hobby Lobby will only pay for 16 of 20 FDA-approved birth control types, they are the Taliban and the Green family are members of ISIS. What on earth does that make Tom Stemberg and Staples? A Staples employee who doesn’t have company health insurance isn’t getting their morning-after pills paid for by the company, either. Or condoms. Or the pill. Or…you get the picture.

I have a ton of liberal friends and family members who pooh-pooh the idea of a War on Christianity. Frankly, I always have as well. The reaction of liberals and their media allies to the Hobby Lobby case is changing my mind. The mainstream media doesn’t so much as bat an eyelash at the Staples of the world, so long as the plutocrats in charge are willing to keep lining the pockets of liberal candidates (and their own networks). But Christian business owners who pay their employees a living wage and provide healthcare benefits are monsters because they won’t pay for a few specific abortifacients?

Nothing in the Supreme Court ruling or Hobby Lobby’s employee handbook prevents employees from going out and purchasing the morning-after pill for themselves. But, apparently, none of this matters so long as liberals can use the ruling to perpetuate a mythological conservative “war on women” that exists mostly in the minds of the Sandra Fluke’s of the world. Perhaps, instead, they should take a look at their own glass houses.