Friday, April 12, 2013

4-12-13 MCRC Briefs

Think About It:  According to the left wing zealots we have in politics we're not supposed to judge all Muslims by the acts of a few "crazies," but the acts of a few American “crazies” is enough to judge all Americans who own guns. – author unknown

April 12, 2013
·        RNC Statement On Changes To Rules Of The Republican Party: LOS ANGELES, CA—RNC Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement regarding rules of the Republican Party as voted on at the RNC Spring Meeting in Los Angeles, CA:
"During the general session at the RNC Spring Meeting, the membership overwhelmingly voted to empower the state parties and grassroots in the selection of delegates,” said Chairman Reince Priebus. “We all agree the grassroots are the center of this party and are vital to winning elections. This change makes clear that the grassroots will pick their delegates and that presidential candidates can neither veto delegates nor unseat delegates. This was a win for both delegates and candidates by unifying our party behind this delegate allocation process.”
Rule 16 as passed at convention resolved a perceived problem recognized by many in the 2012 primary process that candidates may have won a statewide vote in which delegates were bound to a specific candidate and then had to come back and win the delegates at another contest which sometimes didn’t reflect the results of statewide presidential preference elections.
Today's amendment clarifies that bound delegates must vote in accordance with state party rules and state law – in other words, delegates cannot claim to support one candidate when elected at the state level and then change their loyalty to someone else later. This rule also ensures that the delegate could not be removed for failing to vote as bound and made clear a presidential candidate cannot veto delegates.
Another proposed amendment to Rule 16 did not pass, which would have reinstated the practice of so-called "beauty contests" in which states hold non-binding primaries, conventions, or caucuses where there is a presidential preference vote.
·        The Yavapai County Area Directors Passed A Resolution Last Night In Opposition to Governor Brewer's Medicaid Expansion.
·        Maricopa County GOP LD1, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 22, 23, 25, 26, 27 And 30; Pima County Republican LDs 2, 3 ,4, 9, 10, 11, 14;  the Coconino Republican Executive Committee , along with the Pinal, Cochise,  the Cochise County Republican Committees and the Yavapai County Area Directors have united in passing resolutions in opposition to the Governor’s Medicaid Expansion (AHCCCS) in support of Obamacare.  Pinal County Republicans passed their resolution back in February.
·        LD12 Is Planning A Spring Picnic From 4-7 Pm, April 20 in Discovery Park in Gilbert. Speaker: Sen. President Andy Biggs.   Tickets: adults - $12 (14 yrs and older); $20 adult and one guest, children ages 3-13  $5 each. Children under three – free. RSVP: Annette Freeman  480-0577-9881     ld12-gop-picnic&instance 
·        Former Commander Of Navy Seal Team Six and current Montana State Senator Ryan Zinke will address "Trust, Leadership and American Exceptionalism" at 6:30 pm, April 16 at the Sun City West Foundation, 14465 W RH Johnson Blvd. Open to the public. Donations accepted to cover expenses. Contact: Jean Goncalves, publicity chairman 623-214-8010
·        The Arizona Conservative Coalition West Valley will meet April 16 at CARROWS, 9889 W Bell RD, Sun City. Order from the menu at 6 pm. Mtg at 7 pm.  Speaker: Former eight-year Peoria Unified School District School Board President (two years), Diane Douglas who will be addressing education, including Common Core and curriculum.  Contact:
·        Congressman Paul Gosar Introduced Several Jobs Bills This Congress: Land Exchange, Wildfire Prevention, and Hydropower Development bills which would revitalize our rural communities, grow the economy, and restore prosperity. He I also invited numerous gun manufacturers to relocate to Arizona where we respect the Second Amendment.
·        Congressman Paul Gosar reports, “As the only congressional member from Arizona on the Oversight and Government Reform Committee, I have been relentless in my pursuit to investigate and expose waste, fraud, and abuse in the Obama Administration. Let me be clear, there have been countless examples of waste, fraud, and abuse in this administration, from Fast and Furious to the Benghazi cover-up. I continued this Congress to push for the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder for his actions and inactions pertaining to the misguided and unlawful Operation Fast and Furious. I will not stop until the American people get the answers they deserve.
     “Outside of Washington, I traveled across one of the largest congressional districts in the country, at over 50,000 square miles, to meet with constituents and hear their ideas on how we can find solutions to the problems that face our country. This included hosting over 10 roundtable discussions and listening sessions. I enjoy traveling throughout the district and meeting with people. Stay tuned to future announcements, as I or my staff may be in your town.  This has just been the first 100 days and I plan to keep going strong.”  Contact: on Twitter @repgosar, or through Facebook at Representative Paul Gosar.
·        US Senator Jeff Flake Invites You To The First Breakfast in the 113th Congress Coffee Cup Club series scheduled April 20 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale. Registration at 7:30 am. Breakfast/program at 8 am. Breakfast/membership $50. Limited seating. RSVP deadline – April 16. RSVP here. Contact: or call 602-845-0333.
·        Congrats To State Committeeman And PC Michael Auerbach who was recently appointed to a three-year term on Scottsdale’s Neighborhood Advisory Commission. Contact your city, county and school district for openings, and check the Governor's Office Boards and Commissions vacancies here.
·        Governor Jan Brewer Just Vetoed SB 1115, A Health Care Freedom Bill That   Would Have Ensured Price Transparency For Medical Services, according to the Americans for Prosperity- AZ Director Tom Jenney’s newletter.  “Meanwhile, Brewer continues her push to allow unelected bureaucrasts to raise hospital bed taxes in Arizona in order to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare.  Once again, Brewer has proven that she is no friend of free-market reforms in health care,” Jenney wrote  Click HERE to help us fight the Medicaid expansion, or go to  Jenney recommends calling Brewer at (602) 542-4331 and (520) 628-6580 and let her know how disappointed you are or email by going here:
SB 1115, which received bipartisan support in the Legislature, would have mandated that health care providers provide cash prices (imagine that!) to their customers.  By doing so, the reform would have introduced greater price competition to health care in Arizona, and helped to prevent fraud and over-billing. Price transparency is essential to our health care freedom because it would let the market guide consumers toward optimal health care choices.  By putting downward pressure on health care prices, the reform would have helped local businesses that are self-insured or that depend on high-deductible medical insurance plans. This was a great opportunity for Gov. Brewer to demonstrate that she supported free-market reforms in health care -- but she blew it, according to Jenney. Thanks to Senator Nancy Barto for introducing SB 1115, and thanks to all of the Legislators from both parties who voted in favor of the bill.  – Contact Jenney:    (602) 478-0146
·        Secretary Of State Ken Bennett Will Appear On Liberty Storm with Shane Krauser from 5-7 pm, April 13 at 960AM the Patriot radio to discuss the constitutional crisis, the state budget, and a potential run for the governorship. Live on internet   Call in: 602.508.0960 (Phx) or 888.960.9696 (outside of Phx).
·        Lilia Dashevsky – Maricopa County Teen Republicans, will also be in the studio to discuss the rising generation and their responsibility.
·        Shane Krauser Has Joined The Partnership of  Davis Miles McGuire Gardner to consult in cases where constitutional issues are implicated.
·        Congressman Trent Franks will address the Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am, May 4 in the Quail Room in the Sun City West Foundations Blvd, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City West. $2 donation to cover expenses. Coffee/donuts at 8 am.   Information: 602-421-8877.
·        Phx City Councilman Jim Warings’ District 2 Budget Hearing is scheduled April 15 in the Paradise Valley Community Center, 17402 N. 40 St., Phx.  Food Tax Discussion from 5-6 pm. Budget hearing at 6 pm.
·         Lyle Rapacki Is Scheduled To Make His Anti-Agenda 21 Presentation to the Palo Verde Republican Women’s Luncheon at 11 am, April 17 at the Grayhawk Golf Club Fairway House, 8620 E. Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale.  $25 per person. Reservations deadline 9 am, April 15. RSVP: Jan Stephenson 480-488-1139.
·        Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham’s executive team consists of:
ü  Gretchen Conger Martinez  - Chief of Staff,
ü  Chad Heywood - Executive Director.
ü  Tim Sifert - Communications Director, and
ü  Laddie Shane - Executive Assistant.
·        Jim Waring’s  Phx District 2 Community Meeting is scheduled at 7:30 am, April 23 at t he Mayor Clinic Education Blvd, RmA, 5777 E. Mayo Blvd, Phx.  Guests: Mayor Stanton and Vice Mayor Bill Gates.  Community Meeting
·        Congressional District 9 Candidate  Air Force Lt Colonel (ret) Wendy Rogers filed her quarterly financial report with the Federal Elections Commission today, raising $102,530 in fundraising. Rogers is one of the Air Force’s first 100 women pilots. She was also a certified mental health therapist, a teacher, and has been a successful local business owner for the past 16 years. Since retiring from the military in 1996, Rogers and her husband of 35 years have lived in East Valley. Wendy is the mother of two, and soon-to-be proud grandmother of two. Rogers holds two master’s degrees, one in Social Work and the other in National Security Studies.
·        Former Legislator Ron Gould Of Mohave County Is Back On The Air – cohosting an hour radio talk show at 11 am, (AZ time), the second Friday of the month (April 12) on KNTR "SPEAK OUT" Voice of the Free 106.3 FM Listen live
·        A Rally In Support Of Sheriff Joe Arpaio is scheduled from 3:30-6:30 pm on April 14 in front of the UA Plumbers and Pipefitters 46 union hall, 3109 N. 24th St., in protest to those gathering signatures to recall Arpaio.
·        An All Arizona Patriot Rally Is Scheduled April 19 At The Higley Center For the Performing Arts, 4132 E. Pecos Road, Gilbert. Free admission.  Speakers include Derrick Wilburn (Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Conservatives and American Conservatives of Color), Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon, Arizona GOP Chairman Robert Graham, American Academy for Constitutional Education Director Shane Krauser and Clarence Henderson, 1960 Sit-In Participant in Greensboro, NC. Sponsored by the American Academy for Constitutional Education, the Rocky Mountain Conservatives and the American Conservatives of Color. For information:  480-347-8969 or
·        The Pinal County Republican Committee  (PCRC) Will Hold It's Lincoln Day Luncheon at 11 am, Saturday, April 13 at the Sun City Anthem Ballroom, 3925 N. Sun City Blvd., Florence. Speakers include Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, Chairman of the AAARC Rev Clyde Bowen and Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles. Contributions are $35 per person. Contact Clara Davis at for reservations.
·        LD4 Will Meet From 5-7 Pm, April 15 At 14247 W. Broadway, Goodyear With LD Representatives Fred And Jan Amatoras. RSVP To LD4 Chairman Rhonda King Rhondaking08@Gmail.Com
·        Congressman Paul Gosar will meet with Lake Havasu constituents from 1-4 pm, April 17 at Lake Havasu City Hall, 2330 McCulloch Blvd N, Lake Havasu.  Details HERE
·        LD22 Will Conduct An April 15 $1,000 Gift Certificate Drawing of the winners choice of merchandise at V Jewelers in Surprise. Tickets are $10 each. Second prize is a leather (conceled carry )purse valued at over $200. Tickets sales contact: Fund-raising Chairman Glenn Haynes  714-267-1693 or  The PC selling the most tickets will receive a special prize.  Checks should be made payable to: AZ Republican LD-22.
·        LD24 Will Host A reception for Ambassador John Bolton from 5-7 pm, April 25 at the University Club, 39 East Monte Vista Road, Phx. VIP Reception and Photo $200, Individual for Reception Only $50, Individual Precinct Committeemen $35. Bolton’s remarks at 5:45 pm. Proceeds to be used for GOP Outreach and Party Building. RSVP:  (602) 541-2997
·        See if your provisional ballot was counted at this site. Ballots can be rejected when incorrect information such as precincts is used.
·        New citizens oath: The Oath:    AZGOP Facebook page.
·        Reps. David Schweikert (CD6), Matt Salmon (CD5), and Sen. Jeff Flake (AZ) will host an informational session for Arizona high school students who are interested in attending United States Service Academies. The session is scheduled from 10 am to 1:30 pm, April 20 in the Saguaro High School Auditorium, 6250 N. 82nd St., Scottsdale. This event is designed to educate students and their families about the educational opportunities available through the U.S. Military Academy (USMA), the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA), the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA), and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA). Representatives from each U.S. Service Academy will be present to answer questions and there will be a presentation by current U.S. Service Academy cadets who will highlight the benefits of attending a service academy. Members from Schweikert, Salmon and Flake’s staff will also be on hand to explain the Congressional nomination process.  All high school students, regardless of age, are welcome. RSVP to with name, phone number, high school, congressional district, and number of people attending the event. Questions can be directed to Schweikert’s Service Academy Representative Daniel Caldwell at 480-946-2411. Press inquiries can be directed to
·        Police: Package Addressed To Arpaio Had Explosive Materials  Investigators believe package was picked up at rural PO box and arrived at post office in Flagstaff.
·        Horne, Aide Ask Superior Court To Dismiss Case    Lawyers have asked Maricopa County Superior Court to intervene in their campaign-finance case.
·        Gov. Brewer Rallies Medicaid Allies   Rally held to show support for plan to expand for about 300,000 more Arizonans.
·        Slain Giffords Aide Honored  A meeting room at the U.S. Capitol has been renamed in honor of Gabe Zimmerman.
·        McCain, Flake Vote Against GOP Gun Filibuster Arizona Senators among 16 who buck GOP leadership and push to allow debate on gun legislation.
·        Arizona Education System In Desperate Need Of Overhaul   By Craig Barrett, chairman of the Arizona Ready Education Council and former CEO and chairman of the board of Intel Corp.
·        Silence Of The Lambs In America   By Doug Hagmann
·        President Obama's Budget
SEEINGREDAZ   Daily Updates
·        Stop Agenda 21 In Arizona
FLOYD REPORTS     Daily updates
·        Obama Disarms America
·        Dear Benghazi Survivors…
·        Unions Dying In Wisconsin!
·        Texas Vs. Tsa, Round 2
·        Congrats To AZGOP Chr Graham/Sen. McShame & The Flake Sell Out AZ
·        Biden Revises NRA History on Background Checks Vice President Joe Biden exaggerates when he waxes nostalgic about the “good old days” — a time when “everybody, including the NRA, thought background checks made sense.” Biden’s office says he was referring to the NRA’s support for background checks in the early 1990s and its stated support for expanding background checks to include gun shows in 1999.
·        Colorado Sheriffs To File Lawsuit Against State’s New Gun Laws The Lawsuit About To Be Filed By Colorado's Sheriffs Is Likely To Be The First Step On A Long Journey To Rectify The Damage Wrought To Individual Rights By The State's Legislature With Its New Gun Law.
·        US On A War Footing And 17 Airforce Squadrons Are Grounded The Air Force will begin grounding combat air squadrons Tuesday in response to forced spending cuts that have eliminated more than 44,000 flying hours through September, according to internal documents obtained by Air Force Times
·        Obama Paves Way To Arm Muslim Brotherhood-Linked Regime In Somalia President Obama decided this week that the Muslim Brotherhood-linked regime ruling parts of Somalia out of the capital city Mogadishu is eligible to receive U.S. military aid and weapons.
·        Weiners-Media-Rehab-Ignores-Larger-Scandal Times Piece Has Sex Details, Not Wife's Muslim Brotherhood Connections
Hillary Advised Huma To Hold Onto Weiner
·        Rallies Push For Senate Action On Immigration Legislation  Supporters Of Immigration Reform Gathered In Washington, D.C., For The Citizenship For 11 Million Rally, Co-Sponsored By SEIU And CASA Of Maryland
·        Senator-Ag-Growers-Largely-Agree-On-Immigration   Bill Could Exclude Many
·        M3 Report   Updated Daily    Caution: Graphic Photos  
·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily
·   Border News Watch: links to sites on matters of law enforcement for illegal human and drug traffic.
·        Banished-Historic-Dont-Tread-On-Me-Flag   City Determines Popular Banner 'Too Partisan'
·        Banished! Historic Don't Tread On Me Flag Taken Down: "Too Partisan" Veterans groups have tapped the Thomas More Law Center to take up the fight.
·        Deja Vu! Another Dead Diplomat, Another Obama Wh Story Change   The deaths of U.S. diplomatic personnel — and the State Department’s changing account of how they died — raise echoes for some of the security failures in Benghazi, Libya, where Islamist extremists killed four Americans in assaults on the U.S. diplomatic compound Sept. 11. The State Department has acknowledged that five Americans killed in Afghanistan, including 25-year-old diplomat Anne Smedinghoff, were on foot when they were caught in the blast of a suicide bomber, and not in an armored vehicle as officials told bereaved relatives earlier this week. Read the NTEB Archives on the BENGHAZI COVERUP
·        Fha In Line For Taxpayer Bailout An item in President Obama's budget that would provide a $943 million bailout for the Federal Housing Administration has drawn fire from congressional Republicans.
·        Busting-Out-All-Over-Black-Mob-Violence   See if your home town is on this list of notorious cities.
·        EPA Mandates Tax On Rain
·        I’m Offended By Islam
·        IRS: No Search Warrant Needed To Read Taxpayers' E-Mail   In A Handbook Obtained By The ACLU, The IRS Claims That Its Agents Do Not Need A Search Warrant Before Snooping Through Taxpayers' E-Mail.
·        Us On A War Footing And 17 Airforce Squadrons Are Grounded The Air Force will begin grounding combat air squadrons Tuesday in response to forced spending cuts that have eliminated more than 44,000 flying hours through September, according to internal documents obtained by Air Force Times