Wednesday, August 15, 2012

8-14-12 MCRC Briefs

Aug 14, 2012




County Board Of Supervisor Candidate Jean McGrath has called on Maricopa County to drop its complaint against Speedworld and to work with the racetrack owners on a reasonable compromise.  A hearing is scheduled with the County to determine the fate of Speedworld. “Speedworld has been a fixture in the West Valley for over 50 years, and now the county wants to shut them down over a technicality,”   McGrath Said.  “The owner, Dan Matthews, has made every effort to appease the regulators but they are unwilling to compromise.  Simply put it’s government run amuck.” Contact: Scot Mussi,, 480-221-3292


Lawsuit Alleges Janet Napolitano Sexism

Interview-With-2016-Producer-Jerry-Molen  See Trailer Of “2016” – Released Nation Wide July 27, 2012.

4-Firefighters-Injured-Battling-Mistake-Fire   Road Closures

Brewer - Commemorating 30th Anniversary Of National Navajo Code Talkers Day:  “Thirty years ago today, President Reagan proclaimed August 14 as National Navajo Code Talkers Day – the first official accolade given to these true American heroes following their invaluable contribution to our country’s victory in World War II. Today, I was blessed with the opportunity to visit the Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial, in Window Rock, as we paid tribute to the more than 400 men whose language was the basis for ‘the unbreakable code’ that proved instrumental in saving countless American lives. As with all of our WWII veterans, the time we have left with our remaining Code Talkers must be cherished. We can never fully re-pay them for coming to our nation’s aid during its darkest of times, but we can honor their service and memorialize their sacrifice. On this special anniversary, I ask that Arizonans join me in offering our gratitude to the Navajo Code Talkers. As President Reagan so eloquently declared three decades ago, these men ‘defended the only land they have ever known, asking for nothing more than opportunity in return.’”

Congressman David Schweikert’s  Mobile Office Hours: Aug 15 – 3-4:30 pm, Appaloosa Library:  7377 E. Silverstone Drive, Scottsdale.Contact: Ernestina Borquez-Smith at or  480-946-2411.

Woman Walks Free After 49 Years In Arizona Prison





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The Solar-Painted Desert: Interior Gives An Environmental Pass To Its Business Friends

1. The Offender: Joe Biden   Watch Video
            2. The Offender: Debbie Wasserman Schultz   Watch Video
          3. The Offender: Barack Obama Watch Video
Romney-Ryan Bumper Stickers Available     Http://Mi.Tt/Rr12sticker
 Brand New Leather Jacket -You Get All The Bills We Aren't The Only Ones Who Are Getting Fed Up With Uncontrolled And Illegal Immigration. Even The Brits Are Starting To Wake Up
Verify The Vote Arizona’ Needs Volunteers:   Nearly 30,000 ”Top Two Primary” Initiative petitions filed at the Secretary of State’s office last week. In order to verify the nearly 360,000 signatures submitted against the Arizona voter registration files on a triple-redundancy system, volunteers are needed for  an estimated 12,500 hours of data entry in the next two weeks!  Volunteers can sign up at verifythevoteaz.us5    As soon as you get your ID and password, sign in and get to work!  In the meantime, please help recruit volunteers. To share this flyer go to:    Contacts:  Jennifer Wright & Brad Zinn  Verify the Vote, Arizona Co-Chairs
"Safeguard Arizona's Future," A Citizen's Group Opposing The Open Government/Open Primary Initiative, will be filing a lawsuit against the Secretary of State for certifying petitions circulated by individuals not qualified to circulate petitions in Arizona. For information: or
Arizona organization that opposes the Arizona Open Government Coalition’  Top Two Primary campaign
National Organization That Is Fighting Pro "Top Two Primary" campaigns nationwide.
A Free Three Hour Get Out The Vote is scheduled from 10:30 am To 1:30  pm,  Sept 22nd At The Scottsdale Library Auditorium, Scottsdale Civic Center, 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Limited seating. To Register: Leadershipinstitute.Org/Training/Register  Contacts: Barry Aarons At 602 315 0155 Or Laura Magnus At 602 432 3161.
The Verify The Vote, Arizona Elections Task Force Is Recruiting Statewide Volunteers to act as poll watchers for the Nov. 6 election. Training will be provided. To sign up:   Information:  (make sure the AZ is capitalized!)
Author And National Political Activist Dick Morris will headline a 6:30 pm, Sept. 12 AZ GOP dinner at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort,, 5594 W. Wild Horse Pass, Chandler. A 5:30 pm reception will precede the dinner.  $250 VIP tickets, $175 per couple. RSVP Lori Urban at 602-957-7770 or

Early Voting Locations:  Early Voting Runs Aug 2- Aug 24 At 5 Pm.  Offices Open 8 Am To 5 Pm:
  • Recorder's/Elections Office, 111 South 3rd Ave, Phx
  • Recorder's/Elections Office – MCTEC,  510 South 3rd Ave, Phx  Mon-Fri, 8AM - 5PM    Sat, Aug 11 & 18, 8 AM – 5PM
  • Recorder's/Elections Office , 222 East Javelina, Mesa Also Aug 11 & 18, 8 Am – 5pm
  • Avondale City Clerk's Office, 11465 W Civic Center Drive #200, Avondale.  Mon-Thurs, 7am – 6pm   Ends Thurs, Aug 23, 6pm.
  • Gilbert Municipal Center, 50 East Civic Center Drive, Gilbert Ends Thurs, Aug 23 6pm. Mon – Thurs 7am – 6pm; Sat, Aug 18, 10am – 2pm
  • Mesa City Clerk's Office, 20 East Main St, Mesa. Mon - Thurs, 7am - 6pm . Ends Thurs, Aug 23, 6pm,
  • Scottsdale City Hall/Elections Office, 3939 N Drinkwater Blvd, Scottsdale.
  • Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm Ends Fri, Aug 24, 5pm
  • Gilbert Municipal Center, 212 East Alta Vista Rd, Phx Begins Mon, Aug 6 Ends Fri, Aug 24, 5pm. Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm. Sat, Aug 11 & 18, 10am – 4pm
  • Tempe – ASU (Safety Escort Office, Palo Verde West Bldg), 330 East University Dr, Tempe. Begins Mon, Aug 6 Ends Fri, Aug 24, 5pm. Mon – Thurs, 10am – 6pm. Fri, 10am – 5pm
  • Wickenburg Town Clerk's Office, 155 North Tegner St, Wickenburg. Ends Thurs, Aug 23 6 Pm. Mon - Thurs, 7am - 6pm
Seeing Red AZ   Updated Daily
Sonoran Alliance   Updated Daily
Floyd Reports   Updated Daily
Mychal Massie   Daily Rant
M3 Report     Updated Daily    Caution: Graphic Photos  
AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily
Ice Chief Of Staff On Leave After New Allegations Of Lewd Conduct Surface   More-DHS-Employees-Come-Forward-With-Accounts-Lewd-Conduct-In-Wake-Suit
Why Won't the President Take Questions? RNC Comm Dir Sean Spicer: It's been almost eight weeks since President Obama last took questions from the White House press corps. When will President Obama quit ducking and dodging? When will he hold himself accountable? 10 questions:
1) Why did you cut $700 billion from Medicare?
2) Do you condemn the Obama SuperPAC's desperate and despicable ad campaign?
3) How do you explain the July increase in unemployment and slowing GDP growth?
4) Why is your plate too full for your own Jobs Council?
5) Did you approve of David Plouffe's profiting from a sponsor of terrorism?
6) Can you explain to business owners your "You didn't build that" comment?
7) Do you condone your staff using personal email accounts to conduct government business?
8) Why didn't you stop the restructuring of Solyndra's loan?
9) Why did you invoke executive privilege on the Fast and Furious scandal? 
10) Can you reconcile the conflicting responses to national security leaks?
Republican Strategist Ron Bonjean Explaining The Choice Of Some Newer Faces In The Lineup Of This Year's RNC Speakers: "It's Not Designed To Make People Famous. It's Designed To Elect Mitt Romney"
Presidential Debates:    Oct 3– Denver, Co; Oct 16;  Hempstead, Ny; Oct 22  Boca Raton, Fl.     Vice-Presidential Debate: Oct 11, 2012 – Danville, Ky.
Mitt Romney     Http://Www.Mittromney.Com/
 ICE Chief Of Staff On Leave After New Allegations Of Lewd Conduct Surface   More-Dhs-Employees-Come-Forward-With-Accounts-Lewd-Conduct-In-Wake-Suit

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