Tuesday, June 18, 2013

6-18-13 MCRC Briefs

June 18, 2013
·       The United Republican Alliance Of Principled Conservatives (URAPC) Kick-Off To Stop Obamacare In Arizona is scheduled at 10 am, Saturday, June 22 on the State Capitol Lawn in Phoenix. Volunteers are needed to gather 84,000 signatures (within 90 days) required to place Gov. Jan Brewer’s recently signed Medicaid Expansion Bill on the November ballot. Petitions will be available at the kick off. Participants are asked to bring clip boards, pens, walking shoes and water. Any AZ registered voter can sign the petition. Email: to reserve the number of petitions you wish to pick up.
·       The URAPC canvas to LD 15 and LD 18 will start at 1 pm, June 22.
ü  LD15:   Join Ron Gould at the Deer Valley Airport, 702 W. Deer Valley Road, Phx
ü  LD 18:  Join Frank Antenori & Christine at McDonald's, 4750 E Warner Rd, Phx, (NW corner -  Warner/48th St.) 
·       Gov Jan Brewer Has Appointed David Marlow Haws To The Yuma County Superior Court.  Haws has been licensed to practice law in Arizona for more than 20 years, has served as a Yuma County Court Commissioner since November 2012, and was previously appointed by Governor Brewer as a Yuma County Superior Court Judge in February 2012.  Prior to his judicial roles, he served as a Supervising Deputy County Attorney. Haws fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Jim Clark.
·       Judy Hoelscher is the newly elected LD1 Vice Chair.  She fills a vacancy left by Sen. Lori Klein who has moved to Yavapai County.
·       Reports indicate Klein is considering running for the legislature in Yavapai County.
·       Congressmen Paul Gosar And Tom Tancredo, along with retired INS Senior Special Agent Mike Cutler will headline the 5-8 pm, July 13, ‘Walk the Line” gathering at Living Faith Church, 7225 N. Coyote Springs Rd., Prescott Valley. $25 person (includes dinner). Tickets: Sue at or 928-636-7355.  Checks payable to CV Pachyderm
·        The Arizona Citiziens Defense League (AzCDL) recruited its 9,000 member during an early June gun show. AzCDL , organized six years ago, is committed to restoring and protecting the right to keep and bear arms in Arizona. Within six years, it has racked up a string of legislative victories, including the AzCDL requested Constitutional Carry. Contact: .  Or .
·       A Congressman Paul Gosar Potluck-BBQ Benefit is scheduled between 4-8- pm, June 22 at 1905 W Road 2 South, Chino Valley. $10 per person. Participants are asked to being a side dish to serve 12 people. Bring chairs. Please RSVP so they know how much chicken, burger and hot dogs to purchase. RSVP to Sue Goodchild Or 636-7355.
·       June 20– LD16 (3rd Thur), 6:30 pm social, 7 pm mtg., Legacy Arts Academy,  3015 S. Power Road, Mesa. Chr Jerry Clingman Cell 480-861-4958  Home 480-986-5236
·       June 20 – LD21 (3rd Thurs) 7 mtg. Plaza Del Rio Community Center, 13215 N 94th Drive, Peoria. Speaker: Clerk of the Maricopa County Superior Court Michael Jeanes. Chr Kevin Payne -  Website:
·       June 20 – LD24 cancelled, no June meeting. Resumes July 18  (normally 3rd Thurs) ,  7 pm, Republican Headquarters, 3501 N 24th St, Phoenix.  Chr Brian Kaufman
·       June 20  – LD25  (3rd Thurs) 6:30 pm, Mesa Utilities Bldg., 640 N Mesa Drive Road, Mesa. Chr Paul Whetten
·       Shane Krauser – Host Of Liberty Storm will discuss “Defeating the Corruption of our Culture” at the 7 pm, June 27 meeting of the Arizona Conservative Coalition at the Maricopa County Republican Headquarters, 10050 W Bell Rd, Sun City.  RSVP: Diane Douglas at
·       The Arizona Chapter Of Americans For Prosperity will be in Yuma at 6 pm, June 20 showing the documentary “Sick and Sicker” to the Colorado River Tea Party at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95. The film shows what happens when "the government becomes your doctor. " Contact: Shane Wikfors: : | (602) 620-0530
·       Phoenix Fourth of July events:
·       Shawnna Bolick has opened an exploratory committee for LD28 House.
·       Phx City Council Dist 8 Candidate Luis F. Rodriquez can be reached  or   Campaign volunteers welcome.
·       According to the AZ Fraternal Order of Police, 241 Arizona police officers have been killed in the line of duty in our state's history.
·       Senate-Rejects-Border-Fence Senators on Tuesday rejected building the 700 miles of double-tier border fencing Congress authorized just seven years ago, with a majority of the Senate saying they didn't want to delay granting illegal immigrants legal status while the fence was being built.
·       The Arizona Freedom Alliance is hosting a “State Supt of Education John Huppenthal Town Hall” Meeting from 7-8 pm, June 24 at the Heritage Academy, 32 S Center St., Mesa. RSVP on Arizona Freedom Alliance:
·       Congressman Trent Franks: Following The Passage Of H.R. 1797, the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which protects unborn children beginning at 6 months – authored by Franks:  "Passage of today's landmark bill marks the first time in history, in either chamber of the U.S. Congress, that affirmative protection has been extended to unborn children. It is my prayer that today also marks a day when America finally opens her eyes to the humanity of these little victims and the inhumanity of what is being done to them."The bill was passed by a vote of 228-196. Congressman Franks is serving his sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives and is a member of the Judiciary Committee, where he serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Constitution and a member of the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations. He is also a member of the Armed Services Committee, where he serves on the Strategic Forces Subcommittee and the Subcommittee on Intelligence, Emerging Threats, and Capabilities.
·       Salmon Introduces Legislation In Response To SCOTUS Ruling On AZ Voter ID Law: ‘State Sovereignty in Voting Act’ Grants States Flexibility to Require Evidence of Citizenship for Voter Registration -- Today, Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ-05), along with Arizona Representatives Paul Gosar (AZ-04), David Schweikert (AZ-06), and Trent Franks (AZ-08),  introduced legislation that grants states the flexibility and authority to ask for additional documents to prove U.S. citizenship while registering to vote. Salmon’s latest bill comes on the heels of Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on the voter registration case, Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, in which the high court ruled that Arizona’s Proposition 200 is pre-empted by the National Voter Registration Act’s mandate that all states “accept and use” the federal form. Salmon released the following statement regarding his legislation: “…In light of yesterday’s Supreme Court decision, I felt compelled to introduce legislation that ensures states have the right to ultimately decide for themselves whether or not to require additional documentary evidence to prove U.S. citizenship.”   The full text of the bill here.  Salmon serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere. He is also a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.
·        Delivering-The-$10,000-College-Degree  by Andy Thomas    Governors and other leaders promoting the $10,000 degree are, with the same stroke, addressing two major challenges. They strike a blow against student debt and rising education costs. And they finally deal with the pervasive liberal misuse of higher education.
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·        Advice-At-Corner-Store
·        AG Horne’s Press Release Addressing  U.S. Supreme Court Decision Read Here. Or Just Released Video
·        Who’s Looking Out For Us?
GILBERT WATCH  See daily updates
·        Tesla Tussle

FLOYD REPORTS     Daily updates
·        What Recovery? Obama Fails
Republicans, Times are About to Change
·        No To Sharia Law

·        3-Former-NSA-Employees-Praise-Edward-Snowden-Corroborate-Key-Claims Whistleblowers, Say He Succeeded Where They Failed.
·        American-Powerhouse-Goes-Full-Force-Vs-IRS   Massive Rally This Week To Demand Agency Brought To Justice
·        Surprise-Tables-Turned-In-Vote-Fraud-Case   Video Sleuth Confronts Prosecutor Who Tried To Indict Him
·        Senate-Rejects-Border-Fence Senators On Tuesday Rejected Building The 700 Miles Of Double-Tier Border Fencing Congress Authorized Just Seven Years Ago, With A Majority Of The Senate Saying They Didn't Want To Delay Granting Illegal Immigrants Legal Status While The Fence Was Being Built.
·        M3 Report   Updated Daily    Caution: Graphic Photos  
·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily
·   law enforcement: illegal human and drug traffic.
·        Senate-Rejects-Border-Fence Senators on Tuesday rejected building the 700 miles of double-tier border fencing Congress authorized just seven years ago, with a majority of the Senate saying they didn't want to delay granting illegal immigrants legal status while the fence was being built.
·        Obama Assists The Muslim Brotherhood One More Time   What does it take to get Congress to come to their senses?

·        Republicans_Get_Played_Again  Common Core
·        First Lady Michelle Obama Is Staying Monday Evening In The $3,300-Per-Night Princess Grace suite of Dublin’s Five-Star Shelbourne Hotel, according to Irish press reports, adding some credence to accusations she is in the city for a quick vacation at taxpayer expense.
·        A Reluctant Warrior Tiptoes To War   By Patrick J. Buchanan
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