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Maricopa County Republican Briefs
Maricopa County Republican Chairman: AJ LaFaro firstname.lastname@example.org
Briefs Editor – Frosty Taylor email@example.com
Dec 12, 2013
'Twas the month before Christmas
When all through our land,
Not a Christian was praying
Nor taking a stand.
Why the PC Police had taken away
The reason for Christmas - no one could say.
The children were told by their schools not to sing
About Shepherds and Wise Men and Angels and things.
It might hurt people's feelings, the teachers would say
December 25th is just a ' Holiday '.
Yet the shoppers were ready with cash, checks and credit.
Pushing folks down to the floor just to get it!
CDs from Madonna, an X BOX, an I-Pod
Something was changing, something quite odd!
Retailers promoted Ramadan and Kwanzaa
In hopes to sell books by Franken & Fonda.
As Targets were hanging their trees upside down
At Lowe's the word Christmas - was no where to be found.
At K-Mart and Staples and Penny's and Sears
You won't hear the word Christmas; it won't touch your ears.
Inclusive, sensitive, Di-ver-si-ty
Are words that were used to intimidate me.
Now Daschle, Now Darden, Now Sharpton, Wolf Blitzen
On Boxer, on Rather, on Kerry, on Clinton !
At the top of the Senate, there arose such a clatter
To eliminate Jesus, in all public matter.
And we spoke not a word, as they took away our faith
Forbidden to speak of salvation and grace
The true Gift of Christmas was exchanged and discarded.
The reason for the season, stopped before it started.
So as you celebrate 'Winter Break' under your 'Dream Tree,
Sipping your Starbucks, listen to me.
Choose your words carefully, choose what you say
Shout MERRY CHRISTMAS,
not Happy Holiday ! --- Author Unknown
· Editor’s Note: If the links will not open for you, paste the link into your brower and search the story that way or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and a copy will be sent under a different format. The MCRC tech John Strasser is working on the problem. Sorry for the inconvenience to you. Editor – Frosty Taylor
· Research Poll Finds Obama's Job Approval Rating Higher Than McCain's & Flake's . http://www.icontact-archive.com/VXBuOPIIMPkURjT1IU65_dZRrt2NQvK1?w=4
· The Freedom Index: A Congressional Scorecard Based on the U.S. Constitution rates congressmen based on their adherence to constitutional principles of limited government, fiscal responsibility, national sovereignty, and a traditional foreign policy of avoiding foreign entanglements. The percentages below are cumulative scores are based on key votes from 1999 through 2013. Click on a senator's or representative's name to get a detailed breakdown of his or her voting record. http://www.thenewamerican.com/freedomindex/ Arizona:
Sen. John McCain - 64%
Sen. Jeff Flake - 82%
Dist.1: Ann Kirkpatrick - 20%
Dist.2: Ron Barber - 5%
Dist.3: Raul Grijalva - 28%
Dist.4: Paul Gosar - 77%
Dist.5: Matt Salmon - 73%
Dist.6: David Schweikert - 82%
Dist.7: Ed Pastor - 21%
Dist.8: Trent Franks - 75%
Dist.9: Kyrsten Sinema - 0%
· The Maricopa County Republican Committee's Panel Discussion On "The Future Of The Republican Party" held Dec 5can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/81627511 , according to Chairman A. J. LaFaro. Contact: LaFaro email@example.com
· The Newly Formed “Front Porch Rockers” Are Hosting Speakers at the MCRC West Office, 99th Ave/Bell Road, who uphold the Federal and Arizona Constitutions and are urging people to move out to their front porches and spread the word with neighbors . Randy Miller of Surprise will made a presentation on what he considers the city councils disregard for the law. Miller has been a strong opponent of allowing a city council member who has moved to California to continue to vote on Surprise issues via phone. Coffee/donuts will be served. Contact for time: 623-977-4532.
· Rep Brenda Barton of Payson is “greatly pleased ” at the sudden change of heart by the United States Forest Service (USFS) regarding restricting hunters to a 72-hour rule on camping trailer permits. “This is a wonderful example of how federal agencies can work with local communities to resolve issues like these. It’s the holiday season and the Forest Service has finally gotten into the spirit. ” The USFS has recently reversed its seemly sudden policy of restricting hunters to a 72-hour rule. Instead, they have made it clear that sportsmen may keep their trailers set up for the regular two-week period, and in many cases covering the term of their hunting permit. Many local economies in Barton’s sprawling rural district rely on the revenues brought to their communities by sportsmen and hunters. Barton concluded that “…this could have had negative economic impacts on several of the local communities in my district and I truly applaud the Forest Service decision to reverse their previous action.” Barton contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Rep Tom Forese has teamed up with LD23 Chairman Doug Little to run for the Arizona Corporation Commission.
· Sen Kelli Ward And Sen Kimberly Yee received Trailblazer for AZBio Association awards yesterday at the Phoenix Country Club.
· Former State Rep Terri Proud announced today that she will not run for re-election in LD11 in 2014 yielding to the LD11 team of senate candidate steve Smith and house candidates Vince Leach and Mark Finchem.
· CD1 Candidate Adam Kwasman says the DC insiders budget agreement is a bad deal because it breaks the cap on spending, ads nearly $70 billion to the budget and increases fees on consumers.
· The Yavapai County Republican Committee is participating in this year's J.S. Acker Night Showcase from 5:30-8:30 pm, Dec 13 at YCRC Headquarters, 112 B E. Union St., in downtown Prescott. YCRC is sponsoring “The Rusty Pistols Cowboy Band and homemade cookies. Donations to the tip bucket will be appreciated. To contribute cookies or volunteer to help call (928) 776-4500. The Acker Musical Showcase is free event and benefits J.S. Acker Performing Arts Scholarship Fund.
· LD29 Chairman Charlie Ellis (480-678-0938) is asking for volunteer plumbers, electricians, drywallers, carpenters and demo crews to help provide improvements to veteran owner occupied homes within zip code 85033 (roughly bounded by 59th Avenue to 83rd Avenue from Camelback Road to Thomas Road.) between Dec 13-14. The Maryvale Revitalization Corporation in conjunction with Home Depot and The Curb Appeal Program provides resources for exterior home improvements at no cost to the owner. Improvements may include exterior house paint, limited desert landscaping, windows and doors. Funding is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Call 623-848-2795 for applications or information.
· Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper of the will hear oral arguments in Biggs v. Brewer on Dec 13. Goldwater Institute 's legal team is representing dozens of Arizona legislators and their constituents against the unconstitutional actions taken by Governor Jan Brewer and some legislators when they voted in June to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare.
· Need A White Elephant Gift For A Holiday Party? You can pick one up for $5 at the MCRC West office, 99th Ave/Bell Road. They are wrapped and ready to go.
· The Russell Pearce Show Will Officially Launch On 960am The Patriot From 7-8 pm Saturdays featuring weekly guests and taking calls at (602) 508-0960.
· LD21 Conservative Coffee Fundraiser: Coffee is available in three freshly roasted and ground blends, - Medium (Freedom Blend), Bold (Constitution Blend) and Decaf (Liberty Blend). One pound bags are $12 and Gift Sets contain 3 - 1/2lb bags and sell for $21. See: http://ld21.org/LD21/Coffee.html
· Judy Hoelscher At : Judy@Shadowlakes.Com Is Calling For 20 People to protest Obamacare enrollment training from 5-7 pm, Dec 17 at the Tempe Escalante Center, 2150 E. Orange St., Tempe. Signs will be provided. Participants are asked to bring their cancellation and insurance increases letters. See enrollment training at https://www.getcoveredamerica.org/events/rsvp/4v74y/
· A Vulture Mine Daze Dinner will be held at 2 pm, Jan 26 in the Coffinger Park Recreation Center with live music, cowboy entertainment comedy/music, fashion show, high school student art show and a door prize. Student art can be purchased. Reservations required. $20 per person. RSVP to Paula Hartwell 684-9018 no later than Jan. 20. Sen Judy Burges and former Sen Jack Harper will be in attendance (both were instrumental in getting the state Vulture Mine Day bill passed.
· Congressman David Schweikert’s reaction to testimony from Gary Cohen, Deputy Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services during a hearing yesterday in the House Small Business Committee examining delays in program implementation of Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) exchanges. “Last week we heard from small business owners that their insurance premiums are skyrocketing as uncertainty in the implementation of the President’s health care plan is having a chilling effect on job creation and small business growth. While the Administration is full of ‘happy’ talk, they have been unable or unwilling to provide us with the facts and data needed to realistically measure and assess the real impact on small businesses going forward. Until we have solid data, the words and promises made by the Administration are meaningless and if the Administration isn’t willing to voluntarily provide Congress with real-time data, I will work with my colleagues on legislative action that will compel full and complete transparency.” Full video here.
· Gov Jan Brewer Today Lauded An Annual Report From The Government Transformation Office highlighting its efforts to improve, modernize and streamline Arizona state agencies. “One of my priorities in public service since day one has been to make state government run as efficiently and cost-effectively for Arizona taxpayers as possible,” said Governor Brewer. “I created the Government Transformation Office for that very purpose, and it continues to successfully fulfill its mission, cutting red tape and improving the way the state accomplishes its work.” The full Government Transformation Office annual report can be viewed at: http://www.azdoa.gov/userfiles/GTO%20Annual%20Report_2013.pdf
· Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne has announced the arrests of six members of the Sanchez Money Laundering Organization in Tucson and New York. Armando Robles Urrea, Conception Suarez-Montijo, Gladis Celaya-Reuelas, Noemi Suarez-Montijo, Frank Babcock, and Maria Yvette Sanchez-Arvizu were arrested. Luis and Julio Villagrana were spotted on Tuesday night, but fled from law enforcement and have not yet been picked up. The head of this organization, Maria Yvette Sanchez-Arvizu, is responsible for laundering over $750,000 in personal efforts alone. The Sanchez Money Laundering Organization was involved in the laundering of drug trafficking proceeds through various bank accounts and a local Tucson casino. From approximately June of 2010, and continuing through May of 2013, this group laundered approximately $1.6 million dollars.
· CD8 Congressman Trent Franks Statement regarding his "No" vote on the Ryan/Murray budget proposal: "It is important to recognize that there are many very positive aspects of this proposal. My colleague, Rep Paul Ryan, did a masterful job of negotiating for many very good provisions with a group -- Congressional Democrats -- that have very rarely shown even the slightest willingness to work with their Republican counterparts towards serious solutions to our fiscal problem. For starters, alleviating the shameful effects of sequestration on our military is its best provision. Unfortunately, while the proposal features a number of small steps in the right direction, the overall effect is still one of increased spending for the next two years, raising user fees, and again delaying the difficult, but necessary decisions we will ultimately need to make to save our nation from the budgetary issues that threaten to destroy our nation from within unlike any military force could do. Any savings as a result of this proposal are based on the assumption that, 'We will continue to overspend for only a few more years. Then we'll really get serious.' The unfortunate reality, as we all know, is that the overspending continues, but the agreed upon belt-tightening never seems to occur."
· CD5 Congressman Matt Salmon Statement On The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 (Amendment to H.J. Res. 59): “I applaud Chairman Ryan and our Republican Budget Conferees for working under difficult circumstances to negotiate a compromise with Senate Democrats, and I appreciate that this deal offers some positive items, such as helping to bring back regular order for the appropriations process, approving the Transboundary Hydrocarbon Agreement, restoring badly needed resources for our military, and making small changes to some mandatory spending programs. However, for me and most of the constituents I have heard from in my district, this deal falls short of something I could support. Unfortunately, this deal fails to even make modest reforms to our nearly bankrupted entitlement programs and it, once again, increases government spending in the short-term with only a promise to make spending cuts in the long-term. If we are not willing to make tough choices now, then how can we expect future Congresses to stop kicking the can down the road?”
“This was a grand opportunity for our nation’s leaders to reform and preserve the fiscal longevity of our entitlement programs, and this deal does not rise to that challenge. Furthermore, I have never believed that Congress should raise taxes or increase fees to justify more government spending. Sadly, this deal does exactly this by raising fees on air travelers. As we move forward under these new spending caps, my hope is that Congress and President Obama will finally recognize that our fiscal problems are not solved by raising more revenue and increasing spending, but by cutting spending and addressing our biggest crisis – unsustainable entitlement spending. We must make do with less government or our children and grandchildren will pay the heavy price as we continue to see a skyrocketing debt and runaway government spending. We must make big strides in the direction of a smaller and more efficient government in order to get our country back on the right path.”
· Dec 14 – Lincoln Republican Women’s Club Holiday Gala. 6 pm, American Legion Hall Post 44, 7145 E 2nd St Scottsdale. Buffet dinner/dancing, cash bar. Bring ‘Toys for Tots’. Marines will be there to collect toys. $30 per person. RSVP with check payable to LRWC mailed to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250, 480-368-2777or email her at email@example.com Contact: 480-941-9053.
· Dec 14 - The Russell Pearce Show (Sat). 7 pm, 960AM The Patriot
· Dec 14, 21, 28 - Shane Krauser's Radio Show (960 AM 5 pm every Saturday) Call in at 602.508.0960 (Phoenix area) or 888.960.9696 (outside of Phoenix).
· Dec 14, 21, 28 – Voice Of Veterans Talk Show (every Sat) 3-5 pm, Host: Vernon Bagley with co-host Phil Mason. NBC 1260 AM, 96.1 FM. 480-423-1260. Questions/topics contact: Bagley at firstname.lastname@example.org or MAVS@azgop.org
· Dec 14, 21 28- Steve Kates’ “A Call To Rights” Radio Show. (Sat) Noon to 2 pm, KFNX 1100 AM Call in 602-277-5369.
· Dec 15, 22, 29 - The Red Pill Approved national radio blog talk show. (Sun) 7-8 pm, WBTN. Call-in number: (914) 338-1458. Hosts: Reymundo Torres, Sergio Arellano and Jose Borrajero - topics of interest to conservative Latinos. Call-in number: (914) 338-1458. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/webuiltthatnetwork/red-pill-approved-radio RedPillApprovedWBTN
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· This Morning On “CBS This Morning,” Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus talked about streamlining the GOP presidential nominating process to give the next Republican nominee the financing and resources necessary to win in 2016. watch clip here: http://bit.ly/1e7VPfu CNN’s article: http://cnn.it/18FJIBB
ILLEGALS, IMMIGRATION, BORDERS
· Top Official In Obama Biarathy Mystery Killed Woman Lone Fatality In Hawaii Plane Crash
CULTURAL WARS/RELIGIOUS ISSUES
· Congressmen-Want-Bring-Obama-Court-Not-Faithfully-Executing-Laws 30 Members Support The House Resolution Calling For Civil Action.
OBAMACARE Aka ACA/HEALTH
Aka AZ's College And Career Ready Standards
· John Podesta, Founder Of Left-Wing Center For American Progress, To Be Presidential Counsel Full Story Obama Recruits President Of Soros-Funded Group
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