Wednesday, January 30, 2013

1-29-13 Briefs

Jan 29, 2013
·        Poll On Immigration
·        Secretary Of State Ken Bennett Will Address The LD13 PCs at 7 pm, Feb 12 at PebbleCreek Country Club. Contact: Chr Robert Branch
·        Dr. Lyle Rapacki Will Speak About The UN Agenda 21 at 8:30 am, Feb. 2 Sun City West Republican Club.  Coffee/pastries at 8:30 am. $2 admission to cover room rent. The group meets in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation Bldg, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, SCW.  Contact Pres.  Ray Spitzer, 623+334-2325 or VP Jan Martinson, 623+546-3753
·        Dr. Lyle Rapacki Will Be Touring The State In February, addressing Agenda 21 with various Republican and Tea Party groups. See MCRC Calendar for dates/location. Calendar posted on the left hand side of the page.
·        Dr. Yaron Brook, Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute, will address the Flagstaff Tea Party-ROCN at 6 pm, Feb. 4 at the Radisson Woodlands Hotel, 1175 W. Route 66, Flagstaff.  Brook was born in Israel, served in the Israeli Army, started out as a Socialist but ended up exactly oppose. He became an America citizens, lives in San Diego and has written “Free Market Revolution” which he will address at the mtg. Refreshments will be served. Contact: Pres. Rich Mihalik or Coconino County Republican Committee Chr Joy Iris Staveley,   cell: 928-606-1131
·        Jose Borrajero, Maricopa County Republican Committee 2nd Vice Chairman and the Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s 2012 Grassroots Activist of the Year, will speak to the Arrowhead Republican Women at 11:30 am, Feb 13 at the Briarwood County Club, 135th Ave/Meeker Blvd, Sun City West. Jose fled Communist Cuba when he was 15 years old. No jeans. Adults only, no children. $20 per lunch. Reservations required by Feb 8.  Contact: Cindy Bensen
·        Hair On Fire Talk Show Hostess Barbara Espinosa interviewed AZRNC Committeeman Bruce Ash this afternoon on her show.
·        Senator Nancy Barto Has Received The Outstanding Legislator Of The Year Award from the arizona rural health association for dedication and service to arizona’s rural healthcare community.
·        LD15 Rep Heather Carter Has Received The Arizona Veteran’s Hall Of Fame Society’s 2013 copper shield award for helping arizona’s veterans, military servicemembers, families and survivors.
·        Sen Judy Burges, Former Rep. Jack Harper And LD13 Second Vice Chair Ernie Mccullom were honored Sunday afternoon at a luncheon in Wickenburg for their efforts to get House Resolution 2007 passed in 2012 recognizing the first Saturday of January as “Vulture Mine Day” for Henry Wickenburg, founder of the famed Vulture Mine.  During the luncheon D’Akenya Montoya, a Native American story teller, provided information on the Apache Tribe that lived in this area. He also presented each attendee with a polish Apache Tears. Paul Kay, a Bavarian accordionist, paid tribute to Henry Wickenburg with music.Elizabeth Hudson Smith gave a reading about Larriza Brewington, whose family was moved to Wickenburg by the railroads to operate a hotel. Mary DeGeoso played the flute, accompanied by drummers. Ron Rose, guitarist accompanied Paula Hartwell, who sang “I Traveled Along Way” – a song  she wrote about the Town of Wickenburg and the Vulture Mine.  Hartwell and Sidora Dazi performed several Falmenco dances.  The honorees were presented with large, framed proclamations and flags.
ü  The Resolution Proclamation reads:
ü  Whereas, the Vulture Gold Mine was discovered by Henry Wickenburg in 1863 and became the largest gold producing mine in Arizona; and
ü  Whereas, the Mine closed for good in 1942 although the tailings have been mined as recently as the 1990s and
ü  Whereas, the Vulture Mine is located on Vulture Mine Road, 12 miles west of US 60 in Wickenburg; and
ü  Whereas, the Vulture Mine Preservation and Restoration Associations works to bring visitors to the minenear Wickenburg.
ü  Therefore, be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of Arizona, the Senate concurring: that the Legislature proclaims the first Saturday of each January as “Vulture Mine Day” and encourages Arizona citizens to recognize and learn about this important part of our state’s heritage.”
·        The new LD23 Officers Are: Chairman Doug Little, First Vice Chair Joe Romack, Second Vice Chair Joe Meli, Treasurer Linda Rizzo, And Secretary Verna Heminger.
·        Maricopa County Republican Chairman AJ LaFaro urges Republican PCs to attend the Jan 30 Arizona Conservative Educators Forum scheduled at 6:30 pm at the Bass Pro Shop at the 202/Dobson Road. See the MCRC Calendar for details.  or go to
·        MCRC Chairman AJ LaFaro Has Announced  That The Lincoln Luncheon is scheduled for Feb. 23. Details to be announced.
·        A Feb 12 Republican Precinct Committeeman’s (PC) Day is planned at the State Capitol.  More details later.
·        ATTN: AZ GOP County Chairman – Please send a list of your newly elected county officers to Briefs at
·        Maricopa County GOP Executive Director Tom Husband has agreed to remain in his position.
·        Diana Duran will continue as the MCRC office manager at the 99th Ave/Bell MCRC office.
·        MCRC Chairman AJ LaFaro will be announcing his other appointees in the near future.
·        The New FAX Number At The West Valley Republican Office Is 623-533-4488.
·        Central Republican Women Of Phoenix (CRWOP), The Recently Combined Cactus Wren And Central Republican Women's Clubs, will host conservative black talk show host James T. Harris  at 6 pm, Feb. 7 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4001 N. Central. 5:30 pm social, 6:30 pm program. $22 per person for dinner, including beverage and dessert.  RSVP/reservations to Tina Shaw at   Harris can be heard from 3-6 pm <
·        Nearly 600 Proposed AZ Legislative Bills Have Been Filed this session. Filing deadline is Feb. 11. Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) is monitoring bills at Bill Tracking AzCDL will be monitering gun control proposals:HB 2376, HB 2378, HB 2379, HB 2380 and HB 2381. A pre-written opposition letter is available  at AzCDLs Legislative Action Center
·        LD25 Will Not Meet Until Feb.21, according to Chair Paul Whetten.
·        Starting Feb 21, LD16 meetings will now be held at Legacy Arts Academy, 3015S. Power Road, Mesa, according to Chairman Jerry Clingman.  He can be reached at Cell 480-861-4958, Home 480-986-5236 or
·        LD4 Chairman Rhonda King Has Announced The Feb 21 meeting will be held at 6:30 at Mimi’s Café in Avondale. Contact: Chr Rhonda King 623-640-3742 cell, 623-321-1682 fax or
·        LD20 Will Not Meet For Its Regularly Scheduled Jan. 26 meeting due to the county/state statutory meeting.
·        LD-29 Monthly Meetings Will Be The Second Tuesday of every month in Denny's Restaurant at 51st Avenue and Indian School Rd. 6:30 pm social/meal. 7 pm mtg.  Contact Chairman Charlie Ellis; 480-678-0938.
·        The Wickenburg Republican Club meetings will resume in February. Contact: Chr Frosty Taylor at
·        A 2nd Amendment Rally Is Scheduled At Noon, Feb. 16 At The Arizona State Capital to demonstrate that the Citizens of Arizona have reached the limits of tolerance for federal interference. Contact information: Rally Coordinator  602-471-5912
·        How The Internet Works In Future, We’ll Think Differently When The Net Is Slow.
·          Learn The Legacy Of Pres. Calvin Coolidge between 5:30-7 pm, Feb 4 at the Goldwater Institute, 500 E. Coronado Road, Phx. No admission fee. Light refreshments will be served.RSVP by noon Monday, Jan. 28 by clicking here
·          Contact Your Arizona Legislators 
·          Write All Your Federal Officials
·          Write All Your State Officials
·          Attn: Az GOP County Chairman – Please send a list of your newly elected county officers to Briefs at
·          Youcut   Tell Majority Leaders What You Want Cut From The National Budget
·          The Secretary Of State's Office Need To Hear From Everyone Who Witnessed Voter Fraud And Other Egregious Acts On November 6, 2012. If you have information of any type of fraud taking place during the Nov 6 elections, please contact:  Matthew Roberts, Director of Communications, Office of Arizona Secretary of State office, 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona 85007 (602) 542-4285 - (o)  (602) 540-3521 - (c).
·          The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office Makes Presentations On Voter Fraud, including mob behavior, protests, or violence. To view the Power Point presentation go to:
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     Frosty Taylor, Editor
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