Sunday, April 7, 2013

4-6-13 MCRC Briefs

April 6, 2013
·        LD13 Chairman Robert Branch Has Announced that Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce and the newly appointed District 4 Maricopa County Board of Supervisor Clint Hickman will address LD13 PCs at the 6:30 pm, April 9 meeting in the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Club house, 16222 Clubhouse Dr., Goodyear. Hickman was recently appointed to replace long-time Supervisor Max Wilson who retired due to health problems.  Contact: Chr Branch 602-334-6519.
·        The April 9 Sun Lakes Republican Club has a full agenda when it meets at 6:30 pm at the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd, Sun Lakes.  Jennifer Reynolds will address Agenda 21 and how it effects the community; Maricopa County Supervisors Denny Barney and Sen. Steve Yarbrough will give updates.  Contact: Michael Tennant   Cell:  262-880-4620
·        Brigitte Gabriel, One Of The Foremost Speakers On “Terrorism, The Middle East And Radical Islam” will address the Arizona Red Mountain Patriots at 7 pm, April 8 at East Valley High School, 7420 E. Main St., Mesa. Tickets are $7 each and can be purchased at  $8 day of event. Limited seating.
·        The Arizona Project Will Host An Evening With Congressman David Schwiekert at 6:30 pm, April 8 at its offices at 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 2-B, Phx. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602-677-1496.
·        The Goldwater Institute Will Host A Debate Watching Party of the debate about the role of labor unions in state and local government” from 5:15-7 pm, April 7 at 500 E. Coronado Rd, Phx - as broadcast from KTVK-TV (Chan 3). Facing off on Channel 3’s “Politics Unplugged” will be Goldwater Institute constitutional policy expert Nick Dranias and former state Senator David Lujan, whose experience with union issues includes his prior service as an attorney for the National Labor Relations Board. And tensions have been high at the state capitol this year as state lawmakers have been sharply divided on proposals to limit the influence of unions. This debate will examine the principles and the proper role for labor unions and collective bargaining in the government. Free admission. Refreshments will be served.  Limited seating. RSVP: Michael Pfeifer at or (602) 462-5000, ext. 274.
·        Congressman Paul Gosar And AZ State Treasurer will be the speakers at the 11:30, April 8 Yavapai Men’s Luncheon at the St. Michael’s Hotel, 205 W. Gurley,  in Prescott. $18 per person.  RSVP: Bob Luzius –928-717-2551or For information: Barry Denton, 928-442-3290
·        The AZGOP “Legislative Salute,”  featuring Republican Strategist Frank Luntz, is scheduled at 6 pm, April 10 at the Marriott at Sky Harbor, 1101 North 44th St., Phx. Registration & Reception 6 pm.  Dinner & Program 7 pm. Salute to Arizona legislators and find out more about the path to victory in 2014. Details: more  RSVP: Gretchen Martinez  or 602.957.7770 for sponsorship and tickets information.
·        An  Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Hearing is scheduled from 9 am until noon, April 11 in the Senate Building hearing room #3, 1700 W. Washington, Phx to address private property ownership and federal encroachment. There will be testimonies from individuals across the state of AZ who have first-hand knowledge and experience addressing the impact of the UN’s Agenda 21 programs on ranches and farms, as well as communities. Some of the focus will also be on the cost incurred and the negative impact on cities, towns and the county with the UN’s Agenda 21 and the EPA’s enforcement arm to carry out these Agenda 21 policies. RSVP to PJ O’Malley from the “Alliance for Sustainable Freedom” group at e-mail  or by phone at (480) 325-0646.  Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Hearing:
·        Yavapai County Superintendent Of Schools Tim Carter will address educational issues and Common Core when he appears before the Hwy 69 Republicans at 6 pm, April 8 at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant dining room, 11901 E.  AZ Hwy 69, Dewey. RSVP: 928-632-4661  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.
·        LD12 Will Meet At 6:30 Pm, April 11 in the Campo Verde High School Cafeteria, 3870 S. Quartz St., Gilbert. Parking on the west side of the school. Chairman Micki Niland will welcome new precinct committeeman at 6:30 pm. The meeting starts at 7 pm, featuring Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney, Gilbert Mayor John Lewis, Gilbert City Councilmen Victor Peterson and Jared Taylor and updates from the LD12 legislators. Tickets for the April 20 picnic will be available. purchase online HERE   Participants are asked to bring a can or two of food for the Open Arms Food Bank community outreach. See LD12 calendar HERE     Contact: Chr Mickie Niland
·        LD23 Will Meet At 6:30 Pm, April 11 at the Chaparral Suites Chaparral Suites, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.  Contact: Doug Little
·     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.
·        The Maricopa Country Republican Committee, Arizona Conservative Educators and Arizona Conservative Coalition will host Bill Whittle, “one of the best conservative speakers of our time,” on May 15 in Sun City and Phoenix.
Ø  Sun City: Union Hills Country Club, 9860 W Lindgren Ave.,
1:30 pm - VIP Reception $50 per person
2 pm – Conservative Conversation with Whittle.  $20 per person.
Tickets available at  limited seating. Information: Lyle Tuttle   623-583-2354
Ø  Phoenix:  El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St.
7     pm – VIP reception, book signing and photo. $150 person
7 pm – Conservative Conversation with Whittle.  $30 per person. Tickets available at
Ø  Group discounts (if paid by May 1) $5 per ticket discount for group (minimum of 10 tickets).  Tickets/information contact:  Lori Urban 480-221-9633 or
Ø  Sponsorships: Contact Lori Urban Lori Urban 480-221-9633 cell or
·        Have you seen Bill Whittle in action? If you haven't click the following link:
·        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.
·        Arizona GOP PCs Can Now Download The PC Handbook Here:
·        Contact Legislative Standing Committees:      Azleg.Gov/Standingcom
·        Contact Your Arizona Legislators: Www.Azleg.Gov 
·        Shoulder Injury Keeps Arpaio Out Of Office   Arpaio Most Often Works From His Fountain Hills Home, Where Sheriff’s Officials Say Aides Make Trips To Exchange Paperwork About Twice A Day.
·        CAUTION:  Rattlesnakes-Are-Out-In-Force
GOLDWATER INSTITUTE  frequent updates
·        Voice Of Veterans” Radio Shows Www.Vovradioshow.Org
SEEINGREDAZ   Daily Updates
·        US Citizens Suffer High Joblessness In Gang Of 8 States  Senate Gangsters Deceive On “Labor Shortages” To Promote Guest-Worker/Amnesty
FLOYD REPORTS     Daily updates
·        Does Obama Really Care?
·        Lest We Forget
·        Thumping Bible Thumpers
·        Senators Who Voted-To Give Un Power Over Constitution   Astonishingly, 46 (all Dems) of our US Senators were willing to give away our Constitutional rights to a foreign power.
·        State-Grants-Secret-Service-Vast-New-Powers  A Bill Is Heading To Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s Desk that Republican lawmakers say would give members of the Secret Service broad arrest powers in the state and could provide a framework for federal agents eventually to enforce gun restrictions.
·        Gun-Confiscation-Has-Begun
·        Communist-Party-Usa-Calls-For-Street-Heat-To-Push-Amnesty   Urges civil disobedience to ensure 'path to citizenship' for illegals
·        Reject-Gang-Of-8-Immigration-Deal   Star Parker warns against foreign-labor provision requiring more gov't bureaucrats
·        Rand-Paul-Wants-Illegals-Turned-Into-Taxpayers  'There are 11 million people ... and they are not going home'
·        Lawmakers-Told-Constitution-Requires-Secure-Border  All they need to do is demand protection against 'invasion'
·        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.
·        Veterans Are Receiving Letters From VA Prohibiting The Ownership Or Purchase Of Firearms  Veterans across the country are receiving letters informing them that they may be deemed incompetent to handle their financial affairs, which will also prohibit them from owning firearms.
·        YOUR TAX $  Fed-Govt-Spends-21M: Study-What-Animals-Really-Think
·        Senators Who Voted-To Give Un Power Over Constitution  Astonishingly, 46 of our United States Senators were willing to give away our Constitutional rights to a foreign power.
·        Rand-Paul-Wants-Illegals-Turned-Into-Taxpayers  'There are 11 million people ... and they are not going home'
·        Reject-Gang-Of-8-Immigration-Deal   Star Parker warns against foreign-labor provision requiring more gov't bureaucrats
Lawmakers-Told-Constitution-Requires-Secure-Border  All they need to do is demand protection against 'invasion'
·       US_Missile_Test_Delayed
·        The-Scientist-In-Chief
·        Now Obama Targets Your Fedex, UPS Packages  Shipper warns that the move "has potential to threaten privacy of all customers".
·        President Obama Seeks Deal, Proposes Cuts To Social Security   His 2014 Budget Embraces Tax Hikes Abhorred By GOP As Well As Reductions Loathed By Liberals. 
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