Sunday, March 24, 2013

3-24-13 Tea Party

·     The Colorado River Tea Party Cookbooks Are Now Available For Sale. $12 per book. To purchase contact Shari David at 928-581-0618, e-mail or Sandy Brown at 928-345-3589, e-mail

·        March 25 - Mesa Red Mountain Tea Party (every Mon) 7 pm. Faith High School, 7464 E. Main St., Mesa. Contact: Randy Hatch

·        March 25 – Arizona Project – Morning Edition. 10 am by invitation only. AP offices, 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phx.  Contact Ron Ludders Ludders  602 677-1496 

·        March 25   - Arizona 2012 Project, Evening Edition – North. (every Mon) 6:30 pm. 2012 Project Office, 3375 E. Blvd., Phx. Speaker:  Rep David Burnell Smith – updated on AZ legislature. Contact: Chr  Ronald Ludders  602 677-1496  RSVP Jean Maddox  602 795-7815.

·        March 26 - Arizona 2012 Project –Special Training Session on Stopping the Recall Sheriff Joe petition. 6:30 pm. 2012 Project Office, 3375 E. Blvd., Phx. Contact: Chr  Ronald Ludders  602 677-1496  RSVP Jean Maddox  602 795-7815.

·        March 26 - Original North Phoenix Tea Party (every Tues) 6 p,  Home of Wes Harris, 14802 N. Coral Gables Dr. Phx. Contact: Wes Harris  602-942-9281

·        March 26 -  East Valley Tea Party. (every Tues) 7 pm, Burke Basic School, 131 E  Southern Ave., Mesa. (Between AZ Ave & Mesa Dr). on South Side of road.)  Contact: Greg Western or

·        March 26- Southeast Valley Tea Party Patriots. (every Tues) 7 pm, Sheriff Station (Gantzel/Combs), Fry's Center. Contact: Ann Stevens at 480-334-3688.

·        April 16  - Fountain Hills Tea Party. (3rd Tues) 6:30 pm., Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd. (Palisades Blvd. & Golden Eagle Blvd.) Guests State Treasurer Doug Ducey, and Carlos Alfaro, Students for Liberty.Contact:  Richard Rutkowski  or

·        March 19 - Daisy Mountain Tea Party Patriots  (1st & 3rd Tues.) 6:30 pm. Sonic Restaurant, 41135 N. Daisy Mountain Drive, Anthem. Contact: Vera Anderson 602-821-4675

·        March 20  - Wittmann Tea Party Patriots (1st & 3rd Wed)  7 pm, Welch's Garage -  North on Grand Avenue (U.S. 60) turn left on 211th Ave, then an immediate right on the frontage road, follow the Road about 1/4 mile north. Garage on the left. Contact:  Brian J. Byrnes at 623-910-5831   wittmann-tea-party-patriots

·        March 20 – Ahwatukee Tea Party.(3rd Wed)  6:30-8:30 pm.  Pecos Community Center, 17010 S. 48th St., Phx.

·        March 20, 27 – Tea Party Patriots Of Glendale (every Wed) 6 pm, Denny’s Restaurant Banquet room, 51st Ave/Thunderbird Rd., Glendale.  Contact: Ryan Kinnear at  glendaleteaparty

·        March 21 - Payson Tea Party, (3rd Thur) 6 pm. Tiny's Family Restaurant, 600 East Hwy. 260 (1/4 mile East of intersection of SR87 and Hwy. 260).

·        March 21 – Yavapai Tea Party. (3rd Thurs) 6:30 pm. Living Faith Christian Center, 7225 N. Coyote Springs Rd.  (Off 89A, on the road to the new fairgrounds)  Prescott Valley. 928-775-3025. Map-Directions   yavapaiteaparty

·        March 21– Tea Party Patriots Scottsdale & Paradise Valley (3rd Thurs) 6:30 pm. Scottsdale Thunderbird Suites, 7515 E.Butherus Dr.,Scottsdale. Contact: 480-946-8069 Details:  teapartyscottsdaleparadisevalley

·        March 21 Colorado River Tea Party.  NOON, 6480 E. Hwy 95, Yuma,

·        March 21, 28 - Superstition 9-12, (Thursdays) 6:30 pm, The Feedbag Restaurant, 300 S. Phelps Dr., 480-983-9211    or superstition912teapartypatriots

·        March 23, 30 - Deer Valley Tea Party Patriots (every Fri) 6:30 pm., Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road, Phx.  Contact: Mike Davis   480-634-3388  deervalleyteaparty

·        March 25  - The Latino Legal Immigrant Tea Party Patriots. (4th Mon) 7 pm, GOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx. Contact: Art Olivas at

·        March 25– Peoria South Tea Party  (2nd & 4th Mon, 5th Mon – movie night)  6:15 pm, Brother’s Restaurant , 8466 W Peoria (in mall on NEC of Peoria/85th Ave.), Peoria. Contact: Jason Dragon

·        March 26 – Shadow Mountain Tea Party. (4th Tues) 6:30 pm, Abby’s Grill, 13035 N. Cave Creek Rd., Phx.

·        March 26 - Sun City West Tea Party (4th Tues)  6 pm, Foundation Building, 14465 R. H. Johnson, Quail Room, Sun City West. Speaker: Jonathan Butcher – Education Director Goldwater Institute on Common Core Studies.  Contact: Bernie Paluch

·        March 27 - Rio Verde Foothills Tea Party Pot Luck. (4th Wed)  7 pm.  Ray Wallage home, 14428 E.  Monument Drive,  Scottsdale.  (Dynamite/Rio Verde to 144th Street. Turn north on 144 Street. One third of a mile, turn left on Monument. Second  house on the left.   Contact Ray Wallage  480-948-9209.

·        March 28  – Surprise Tea Party. (4th Mon) 7 pm. Sun City Foundation Plaza – Quail Rm, 14465 W. R. H. Johnson Blvd. Sun City West, (Corner of Stardust and RH Johnson).  Speaker: Timothy Ballard, formerly with the CIA and a Special Agent for the Dept. of Homeland Security. He currently teacher American/International Politics at Im,perial Valley College. Limited seating. Obtain tickets are the regular Monday night mtgs.  Contact:  or Jim Wise  623-975-2895

·        March 28 - Colorado River Tea Party.  6 pm, Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, Yuma. Speaker: Sheriff  Leon Wilmot.

·        March 30 - Latino Legal Immigrant Tea Party Patriots (last Sat), 10 am. Contact: Art Olivas   602-268-9758.

·        April 1 & 15 - Pinal County Tea Party, (1 & 3rd Mon)  6:30 pm. Pinal County Cowboy Church, 18171 W. Hopi Dr., Casa Grande 912projectpinalcounty or

·        April 1- Flagstaff Tea Party – ROCH. 6 pm, Radisson Woodlands Hotel, 1175 W Route 66, Flagstaff.  Contact: Rich Mihalik, president.

·        April 1 - Waking Up America. (1st Mon) Sometimes morning, sometimes evening. 7 am. or 7 pm.  (Mon). Denny’s (SW corner of I-17 and Bell Road).   Wesley W. Harris   602-942-9281

·        April 2 - Surprise Tea Party. 6:30 pm, SCW Foundation Bldg, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd., Sun City West. Contact: Julie Wise

·        April 2 Thru 7 – Colorado River Tea Party – Booth at County Fair.

·        April 4 – Colorado River Tea Party (meeting cancelled).

·        April 4  - Maricopa Tea Party, (1st Thurs) 6:30 pm, Maricopa Community Church, 44977 W Hathaway Ave, Maricopa. Contact: Irene Littleton   520-836-0973 or  912projectpinalcounty

·        April 4 – Tea Party Patriots Scottsdale & Paradise Valley (1stThurs)  6:30 pm. Program Focus - Cyber Security - The Next Risk To Our Country.  teapartyscottsdaleparadisevalley

·        April 8 - Arizona Red Mountain Patriots  7 pm, East Valley High School, 7420 E Main St (Northeast Corner of 74th & Main) Mesa. Speaker: Brigitte Gabriel, Leading Global Islamic Terrorism Expert and founder of ACT! For America.  She was raised in Lebanon and lived in a bomb shelter for seven years.  Limited seating. Tickets $7 each. Tickets sales:   CLICK HERE to view Brigitte’s special video invitation. Some of her topics will be: Suppression of criticism of Islam, Homegrown jihad, Terrorists infiltrating our borders, The Muslim Brotherhood and creeping sharia law in America and Misrepresentation of history in our public education.

·        April 9 & 23 - Northwest Valley Tea Party Patriots (2nd and 4th Tues) Royal Café, 10793 W. Grand Ave.,Sun City (SW quadrant of 107th Ave & Grand Ave) 6:30pm  Contact:Ted Farmer   360-271-6974

·        April 11 – Yavapai County Tea Party.(2nd Thur) 7 pm, Living Faith Christian Center, 7225 N. Coyote Springs Rd.  (Off 89A, on the road to the new fairgrounds)  Prescott Valley. 928-775-3025. Map-Directions   yavapaiteaparty .

·        April 11 & 25 -  Colorado River Tea Party. 6 Pm, Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, Yuma (Last Bldg. Behind Church). Contact: M. Sally Kizer  928-210-1219  Coloradoriverteaparty@Yahoo.Com  Www.Coloradoriverteaparty.Org

·        April 13 - North Valley 912 Project, (2nd Sat) 1:30 pm, Deer Valley Airport Restaurant. Contact:  Arizona Luke  602.845.0660    NorthValley912  

·        April 13 - We The People Tea Party, (2nd Sat) Oracle Justice Court, 1470 N. Justice Dr., Oracle, Jane O'Mahen,520 896-2516

·        April 18 – Colorado River Tea Party – noon meeting. Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95, Yuma.

·        April 20 – Colorado River Tea Party "What! More Taxes? Rally" - AWC 3C Building, 2-5 pm

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3-23-13 MCRC Briefs

March 23, 2013 

·        AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham had a full day starting off with a room-packed with the State GOP Executive Committee (including county and legislative chairmen) at State GOP HQ, where he laid out his plans for the party’s future with a truck load of enthusiasm.  This guy knows how to energize his troops. Get ready for some moving and shaking.

·        Later in the day Graham appeared on Shane Krauser’s Liberty Storm at 5 pm on AM960 Radio to discuss the latest GOP happenings. here.  Krauser, a Constitutional expert and trainer, is another conservative young man full of enthusiasm and energy.

·        State GOP Committeewoman to the Republican National Committee (RNC) Sharon Geise updated the GOP leadership on the RNC’s recent “Growth & Opportunity” report that can be viewed at GOP-Report-Calls-For-Sweeping-Reforms-To-Compete-In-2016  and  Read The GOP Report

·        This week LD21, LD25 and LD12 and the Coconino Republican Executive Committee joined Maricopa County LDs 1, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22 , 23, 27, Pima County Republican LDs 2, 3 ,4, 9, 10, 11, 14,  and the Cochise County Republican Committees in passing resolutions in opposition to the Governor’s Medicaid Expansion (AHCCCS) in support of Obamacare. 

·        Resolutions Passed By The Maricopa County Republican Executive Guidance Committee  (MCRC EGC) March 7 are posted on the MCRC Web site.  Go to or the 3-8-13 MCRC Briefs at

·        Clair Van Steenwyk  Van the Radio Man says: Voters will be conducting a “Second Amendment Rally” at the AZ State Capitol on March 28.  Bring your signs against Expanding Medicaid, Amnesty, Gun Control Etc., For Pro Life, Balanced Budget, Legal Immigration, Drill Now, Jobs and Freedom.  Bring water and walking shoes, as we begin to deliver a message to all those who hold office, at any level of government.
    At the Governor's Press Conference on the Capitol Lawn we were told we weren't welcome to be there on private property, so I invite all of you to join us at the Capitol to march as they did in the 60's for their Constitutional Rights.
This is meant to send a message to all that ‘We the People’ Are One.  It's time for those in office to do what we instruct them to do, and no longer listen to paid lobbyists, and especially those who believe they can violate our constitutional god granted rights.

·        A Kickoff Event To Introduce And Benefit Andy Hull's Sunshine Foundation will be held at 6 pm, April 10 at the Castles ‘n Coasters, 9445 N. Metro Parkway, Phx  in  memory of Andy Hull, son of CD3 GOP activist LeAnn Hull. $30 per person – unlimited rides. For tickets contact: Mary Beth Leboeuf 602-291-5507 or Laura Mesenbrink 480-239-8722.

·        Congressman David Schweikert’s district office is looking for full-time internship applicants for the 2013 summer term (May through August). Please note that this is an unpaid internship. Responsibilities include answering the phone, assisting with constituent casework, correspondence, and events. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume with “Summer Internship Applicant” in the email subject line to by April 12.

·        Banamnestynow.Com Gearing Up For Renewed Fight Against Amnesty  Pearce: ‘Looking for warriors and people who understand the Constitution’

·        The-Tidal-Wave-Has-Begun  A small segment of a day along the Arizona border.  NAFBPO maintains that the border is not secure.

·        Julie Katsel From Sen.  Jeff  Flake’s Tucson Office will address the Tucson Republican Women’s Club at 11:30  am, March 25 at the Viscount Suites Hotel, 4855 E. Broadway, Tucson

·        The Maricopa Country Republican Committee will host Bill Whittle, “one of the best conservative speakers of our time,” on May 15 in Sun City and Phoenix. the event is co-hosted by the Arizona Conservative Educators and the Arizona Conservative  Coalition.
ü  Sun City: Union Hills Country Club, 9860 W Lindgren Ave.,
ü  1:30 pm - VIP Reception $50 per person
ü  2 pm – Conservative Conversation with Whittle.  $20 per person.
ü  Tickets available at  limited seating
ü  Information: Lyle Tuttle   623-583-2354
ü  Phoenix:  El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St.
ü  6 pm – VIP reception, book signing and photo. $150 person
ü  7 pm – Conservative Conversation with Whittle.  $30 per person
ü  Tickets available at
Ø  Group discounts (if paid by May 1) $5 per ticket discount for group (minimum of 10 tickets).  Reserved prime seating for your group. Group will be mentioned in the program as event hosts.  Payment by check to club or GOP Events.  Tickets sent to the club for distribution. Discounted pricing for groups and clubs – if paid for by 5/1/13. Tickets/information contact:  Lori Urban 480-221-9633 or
Ø  Sponsorships: Contact Lori Urban Lori Urban 480-221-9633 cell or

·        Volunteers Needed: Maricopa County Republican Headquarters - West Needs Volunteers for four-hour shifts at the Sun City office, 10050 Bell Road (NW corner of 99Ave/Bell Rd).  The office has two-staffers per shift. Several shifts are open.  There are many exciting events planned for the immediate future including fund raisers, training programs, speakers, and other projects that require a variety of skills.  Volunteers have an opportunity of interfacing with elected officials, district chairmen, precinct committeemen as well as the public. Stop by or call 623 977-4532.

·        Arrowhead Republican Women’s Club Events Chairman Jan Martinson has announced that Dr. Lyle Rapacki will address the May 21 ARW dinner in the Briarwood Country Club Ballroom, 20800 N. 135th Ave., in Sun City West.  Doors will open at 5 pm, dinner at 5:30 pm and program at 6:15 pm. Tickets are $35 each or $65 per couple. Business attire, no jeans allowed. Cash bar. Deadline for ticket reservations is May 17. Rapacki has just completed a tour addressing “Agenda 21” throughout the state. With Rapacki’s drawing power, you’d be wise to make early reservations as the room can accommodate 225 people. Contact Martinson at 623-546-3753 

·        Phx City Councilman Jim Waring’s Community Meeting will host Secretary of State Ken Bennett at 7:30 am, March 28 at the Paradise Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church- 14845 N 40th St, Phx

·        Arizona Project reports that the recall against House Minority Leader Chad Campbell (LD24 D) is picking up speed with over 300 petitions on the street and 11% of the required signatures already gathered.

·        A "Door Drop" (Delivering Flyers To Homes) Meeting to prepare for 2014 elections is scheduled at 6 pm, March 27 at the Maricopa County Rep Office, 99th Ave/ Bell Road.  Please come and give your opinion on what we did well, where we did not do well and what we need to do for next fall.  Contact: Barbara Wyllie-Pecora

·        Political Blogger Jeff Vath Remains In Extremely Critical Condition in John C. Lincoln Hospital following Thursday night surgery.

·        Rep David Burnell Smith Will Address The Arizona Project at 6:30 pm, March 25 at 3375 E. Shea Blvd, Phx.  Contact: Chairman Ronald Ludders 602-677-1496.

·        A Special Training Session To Block The “Recall Sheriff Joe” efforts will be held at 6:30 pm, March 26 at Arizona Project office, 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 2, Phx. Contact: Chairman Ronald Ludders 602-677-1496. Petitions can be obtained by calling Ludders.

·        The 300 Page Agenda 21 Document can be viewed at Agenda 21  or org/wiki/Agenda_21  
·        The Az Civil Rights Advisory Board Will Conduct A Public Forum on ‘Law Enforcement –SB1070’ from 6-8 pm, March 26 at the Phoenix College Dome Auditorium, 3110 N. 10th Ave., Phx

·        The Ben Avery/Game and Fish Outdoor Expo continues from 9 am to 4 pm March 24 at the Ben Avery Shooting Range, 4044 W. Black Canyon Blvd. in Phoenix (Carefree Highway, 1/2 mile west of I-17), Free admission and parking. Outdoor food, exhibits, live animals, catch-and-release fishing tank, firearms author/books.

·        Recall Petitions Against Dem House Minority Leader Chad Campbell (LD24) can be obtained by contacting Arizona Project Chairman Ronald Ludders at  602-677-1496. 

·        Maricopa Board Of Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox Recall efforts.  Contact: Ron Harders at

·        “Stop the Recall” on Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpairo Recall. Contact: John DeCarlo or or call 602-486-4725. 

·        Congressman Matt Salmon will address LD17 Republicans at 7 pm, March 26 at the Tri-City Baptist Christian Academy, 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler. Contact: Sandi Bartlett

·        JD Mesnard Will Make A Presentation On Medicaid Expansion at 6:30 pm, March 26 – prior to the 7 pm, LD17 meeting. Contact: Sandi Bartlett

·        Gun Owners Of America Will Be Giving Away A Bushmaster Carbon 15, an AR-style semiautomatic Personal Defense Weapon at a drawing scheduled April 18, according to GOA president Ken Rineer.  For information go to

·        The AZGOP “Legislative Salute” Is Scheduled At 6 Pm, April 10 at the Marriott at Sky Harbor, 1101 North 44th St., Phx. featuring Republican Strategist Frank Luntz. 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.

·        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.

·        Common Core Studies Will Be Topic Of Discussion At The 6 Pm, March 26, Sun City West Tea Party meeting in the Foundation Buildings, 14465 RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City West.  Goldwater Institute’s  Education Directofr Johnathan Burcher will make the presentation.  Contact: Bernie Paluch

·        Congressman Matt Salmon Will Address LD17 At 7 Pm, March 26 in the Tri-City Baptist Christian Academy, 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler. Contact: Chr Tyler Bowyer

·        The Pinal County Republican Lincoln Day Luncheon is scheduled April 13 in Florence. See PCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon  for details/tickets.

·        The Candy Man

GOLDWATER INSTITUTE  frequent updates
·        You may remember that last fall, a Goldwater Institute investigative report found that the Arizona Students Association, a private political group that generates most of its income from mandatory $2-semester fees on tuition bills, was directing student fees toward political activism, including a $120,000 donation to a campaign supporting a $1 billion state sales tax increase that many students opposed.
·        Voice Of Veterans” Radio Shows Www.Vovradioshow.Org
SEEINGREDAZ   Daily Updates
·        Scheming Mayor Stanton Lies Again: Food Tax Stays   Amnesiac Greg Stanton Abandons Pre-Election Pledge To Repeal Food Tax
FLOYD REPORTS     Daily updates
·        Gilbert School Board Member Opposes Common Core And HB2047.  Julie Smith, Board Member, Gilbert Public Schools, Email To Arizona Senators.
·        Obama-Gun-Control-Issues-Shouldnt-Be-Controversial   Obama presses Congress to vote on gun-control measures
·        Support Gun Makers Who Support You - Buy More Guns!   By Erik Rush It is time for Republicans on the federal level to learn from successful Republicans on the state level. It is time to smartly change course, modernize the Party, and learn once again how to appeal to more people, including those who share some but not all of our conservative principles.—Growth and Opportunity Project report, Republican National Committee
·        Nullification Against Gun Control  By Douglas V. Gibbs  “Shall not be infringed.”  Those words are an order to the federal government.  The central government shall not infringe, in any way, against the fundamental right of keeping and bearing arms.  The Second Amendment is clear.  For the purpose of having a militia that is in good order so that it may protect the States against tyranny, be it foreign, or domestic, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
·        Disarming American Citizens, Obama Style    By Doug Hagmann
·        History Of America’s Right Of The People To Keep And Bear Arms     By Kelly OConnell
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·        Don’t call it Amnesty By Daniel Greenfield   Amnesty is bad. Everyone agrees on that. Even the senators who support amnesty claim not to support it. Instead they support “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” with “A Path to Citizenship”. They support a comprehensive solution that will be compassionate and work as an immigration policy for the 21st century.No one uses the term “amnesty” anymore except opponents of amnesty for illegal aliens and their more vociferous advocates. This makes for some confusing speeches and press conferences.
·        Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Disguised Amnesty   By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh  Politics and court decisions are driving the immigration debate. It is no longer considered illegal to cross the border into our country, it is economical, moral, and “socially just” to inhabit a country that you have no legal claim to, a country that gives you the title of “undocumented, in the shadows” citizen, with all the benefits and no responsibility, a country whose language you have no desire to learn, whose history, traditions and culture you rejec
·        Obama Shows No Interest In Enforcing Immigration Law  Frosty Wooldridge  With over 20 million illegal alien migrants working and residing within the United States, many Hispanic Americans have worked into key governmental positions. Such individuals encourage more immigration into America—even at the expense of Hispanic poor minorities that cannot secure jobs in an overwhelmed market. The more immigration, the less jobs. Simple mathematics provides a despairing future for all Americans...    
·        The-Tidal-Wave-Has-Begun  A small segment of a day along the Arizona border.  NAFBPO maintains that the border is not secure.
·        Border-Deaths-Increase
·        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.


·        How did Ambassador Stevens Die   By Robert Klein Engler  According to a CBS News/AP story, posted on the Internet (September 12, 2012, 10:37 AM), US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens died of “severe asphyxia,” sometimes referred to as smoke inhalation. It was reported to the media by a Libyan doctor, but was not an official autopsy report. In spite of this unofficial report, most Americans believe the ambassador was murdered.

·        Benghazi FBI FOIA Request Denied: Stonewall Continues   By Marinka Peschmann


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·        Women Are Smarter Then Men, Part 1: Denny Cuddy   The other day, a middle-aged woman sadly told me her husband was "moving out." I responded that middle-aged men often get stupid, and she corrected me saying, "You mean 'stupider'." In a way, she was right, and I replied that I was one of the few men on earth who understood that women are actually smarter than men. She smiled, thinking that I was simply trying to make a clever point. However, I really meant what I said, and my understanding of female superiority began at a very early age...


·        Obama-Tolerance-Police-Accused-Of-Intolerance   Lawsuit Says Worker Faced Discrimination Over Beliefs

·        No Budget, No Pay   Sen. Cornyn Discusses His 'No Budget, No Omb Pay' Amendment

·        Anti-White-Racism-Found-In-Chicago-Transit-Hiring    Black Population Called 'Unduly Dependent On Public Sector Employment'


·        Horrific-Human-Toll-Of-Militant-Atheism-Exposed    USSR's genocide against Christians largely ignored