Monday, March 17, 2014

3-17-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


March 17, 2014 – St. Patrick’s Day


·       The AzCDL-Requested SB1063 that would make “no firearms” signs on public buildings unenforceable unless the statutory weapons storage requirements are followed, passed out of the Senate Third Read today, Monday, March 17 by a 16 to 13 vote.To survive, it must be heard in a House committee before Friday’s (March 21) deadline.


·       The Yavapai County “Anna Cocklin Volunteer of the Year” award went to Elsie Tyree at the recent Lincoln Day Luncheon.  The “Michael Vietsman Most Valuable Precinct Committeeman of the Year honoree is Roger Reinsch.  They each received a framed certificate and a gift certificate dinner for two at the Texas Roadhouse Restaurant. Congrats to the YCRC winners.


·       The Apache County Republican Committee has scheduled its Lincoln Day Luncheon for 6 pm, May 17 at the American Legion Hall in Springerville. Congressman Matt Salmon will be the speaker, accompanied by CD1 candidate Rep Adam Kwasman and gubernatorial candidate Mesa Mayor Scott Smith. Any other candidates in attendance will be a few minutes to address the group as well. They can host a table in their behalf for $25.  Tickets are $30 per person. Items for a silent auction are currently being accepted. For details visit


·       Here Is The Link To Jeni White’s Photos Album Of Pics The 2014 MCRC Lincoln Day Luncheon

·       A Big Thank You To All Of The Volunteers who made the biggest MCRC LDL on record big success.  428 in attendance.  Volunteers are the backbone of the party. Thank you for all you do:

April Riggins

Lynne Weaver

Lori Urban

Jose Borrajero

John Strasser

Margot Wittenburg

Andrew Costanzo

Tom Husband

Jeni White

Dan Grimm

Joe Hobbs    

Laddie Shane
McKenzie Shane
Jon Riggins

Pat Oldroyd

Cathy Schwanke

Barbara Medal

Gary Johnson

Emilena Turley

Mara Benson

Elaine Gangluff

Greg Weisman

Holly Buss

Ed Shadley

Colene Shadley

Ernie Collum

Robert Hunt

Linda Rizzo
Vera Anderson
Bob Pullar 
Sue Pullar
Barbara Sasser
John Sanborn 
Don Newton
Mike Richardson
Bill Buckley 
Mindy Buckley
Kerry O’Neal
Curt Miller 
Kat Miller


·       Congressman Matt Salmon Is Holding A Town Hall from 3-4 pm, Tues, March 18 on ObamaCare and the national health care delivery system at the Broadway Christian Church, 7335 E. Broadway Road., Mesa. RSVP: (480) 699-8239 or by clicking here


·       Sen John McCain’s Town Hall With USAA Employees is scheduled at 9:45 am, Tues, March 18 in Phoenix.


·       Editor’s Note:  When Briefs Ask Why A Private Meeting with company employees is called a ‘town hall’ instead of private (closed to the public) meeting, McCain’s spokesman Brian Rogers explained “We consider it still to be a town hall, with a couple hundred employees asking about anything on their minds.”


·       The Grand Valley Republican Women are hosting a 4-6:30 pm, March 21 ‘meet and greet’ for LD8 and LD11 candidates at the Mission Royal Recreation Center, 11 S Mission Parkway,  Casa Grande.  Confirmed candidates include: LD8 House – Darla DeWald, Frank Pratt and TJ Shope, LD8 Senate Irene Littleton, Trey Terry, Harold Vangilder, and Alan Pease, LD11 House – Mark Finchem,  Jo Grant, Vince Leach, LD11 - Senate Scott Bartle, and Steve Smith. RSVP: 520-858-2792 or (subject line: GVRW Legislative Meet & Greet).


·       LD11 House Candidate Vince Leach Schedule:

·       March 18 – 3 pm, Sun City Vistoso Republican Club                   

·       March 18 – 5:30 pm, SaddleBrooke Irish Pub Night                         

·       March 19 – 5:30 pm, Western Pinal GOP Club Casa Grande           

·       March 20 – 4 pm, Grande Valley GOP Women Casa Grande     

Contact:  520-818-8814 


·       Congressman Paul Gosar’s scheduled for this week:

·       March 18 – 1-4 pm, Kingman Staff Office hours, 220 N. 4th St., Kingman.

·       March 20 – 1-3 pm, Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin’s office, 610 E.  Hwy 260, Payson. See flyer  HERE .


·       LD24 Will Host Incumbent Attorney General Tom Horne and State Treasurer candidate Randy Pullen, past AZGOP Chairman, at the 7 pm, March 20 meeting scheduled at AZGOP HQ, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx.  Contact: Chr Brian Kaufman (602) 480-2424


·       Make Your Voice Heard - Use Www.Azvoices.Gov to voice your opinions on crucial issues. This website, created by Sen Bob Worsley and Secretary of State Ken Bennett, for citizen input.


·       Former 25 Year Conservative KTAR Talk Show Host Jay Lawrence is running for the LD23 House seat. The Air Force veteran says he is pro-second amendment, pro-border security, pro-family, pro-life, pro-marriage and supports improving education, job creation, economic growth


·       Supt Of Public Education Candidate Diane Douglas and her crew of volunteers will be collecting petition signatures at motor vehicle locations throughout the state April 7-13. Volunteers are needed for Goodyear, Buckeye, Avondale, Surprise, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler and Apache Junction. Volunteers should contact the Douglas volunteer coordinator Kristine Johnson at 480-241-7111.


·       Gov Brewer enters the battle for the GOP  In a Capitol Media Services article this week Howard Fisher writes,  "And she's going to get deeply involved in helping her party elect "pragmatic" candidates versus the "ideologues" who have taken hold within parts of the GOP."  Click to  Join the Alliance.


·       LD12 will meet at 7 pm, March 20 at the the Quartz Hill Elementary School, 3680 S Quartz St, Gilbert. Contact: LD12 Chr Mickie Niland  Chairman@Azld12.Com  Http://Azld12.Com/


·       Republican Candidate Announcements, fundraiser, neighborhood walks and other events can be sent to for posting in the Briefs.  In fairness to all GOP primary candidates, Briefs does not post endorsements, nor does it endorse any GOP candidates prior to the primary.


·       The New Maricopa County Republican Committee Web Address Is:   If there's something that you need and can't find, please contact Webmaster John Strasser at 480-273-8798 or


·       Former Graham County Sheriff  Richard Mack and founder of  the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association will address the Surprise Tea Party Patriots at 6:30 pm, Tues, March 18 at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 West R. H. Johnson Blvd. Mack will speak on State's Rights, Oath of Office, and how to use the State Supreme Court to repeal Obamacare. As a constitutional sheriff, he is a defender of the Bill of Rights and state's sovereignty has been awarded the highest honors from the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America, and the NRA. Contact: SurpriseTeaPartyPatriots


·       Phx Vice Mayor Jim Waring will host a community meeting from 8-10 am, March 22 with Congressman David Schweikert in the Paradise Valley Mall food court, 4568 E. Cactus Road.  The meeting will focus on current issues related to Phoenix as well what’s happening in Washington, D.C. d2meeting


·       Phoenix Is Hosting Two Free Health And Resource Fairs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at Maryvale Community Center, 4420 N. 51st Ave., and Saturday, March 29, at South Mountain Community Center, 212 E. Alta Vista Road. Attendees can get information about Medicaid (AHCCCS) eligibility, enrollment and benefits; Medicare benefits and options; Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) enrollment assistance; how to access health services through community health clinics; and other community services and programs that help promote healthy families and save money.  Visit healthfairs


·       CANCELLED: To Be Rescheduled: Congressman David Schweikert’s District 6 Coffee Cup Club March 19 Breakfast at the Chaparral Suites, 5001 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale.


·       Congressman Matt Salmon, Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere regarding the announcements of U.S. and E.U. sanctions on Russian entities that are aiding military aggression against Ukrainian sovereignty:  “With today’s announced sanctions, Russia is given one more opportunity to listen and react to the growing international pressure against their illegitimate actions in Crimea. Leveraging a sham resolution in Crimea that will never be recognized by the international community is not a path forward for Russia, and President Putin has yet another opportunity to change their path of aggression towards a peaceful resolution. Above all, the Obama administration must use whatever means possible to ensure Ukrainian sovereignty is preserved and international law is upheld.”  Note:  Last week, the House overwhelmingly passed H. Res. 499, authored by House Committee on Foreign Affairs Chairman Royce and Ranking Member Eliot Engel, which condemns the violation of Ukrainian sovereignty by Russian forces, endorsing Russian sanctions and calling on the U.S. to promote increased gas exports to reduce Vladimir Putin’s leverage.


·       Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs Is “The Most Impressive Candidate for Arizona Governor that you’ve never heard of,” according to Arizona Political Report. Riggs suggests you can learn how he earned that handle by inviting him to speak at your meetings by contacting him at (480-437-1033) or by email ( The trail that lead to the “most impressive candidate” for governor includes serving in the US Army, former police officer and deputy sheriff, building a successful real estate and outdoor advertising business … all before running for congress and routing out an incumbent Democraft in a districts where Dems had a 20-point registration advantage. He served three terms in Congress, organizing the Gang of 7 that exposed the House Bank and Post Office scandals, fulfilling the Contract With America by requiring Congress follow the same laws they pass, term limiting the speaker and chairmen, cutting taxes for the first time in a generation, balancing the budget four years in a row, passing welfare to work, banning partial birth abortion, and defending traditional marriage. He’s pro-life, pro-family, pro-2nd Amendment, supports private property rights, taxpayer rights, small business and free enterprise. He and his wife Cathy moved to Arizona 12 years ago, and has since built the largest nonprofit organization in the country dedicated to helping public charter schools with their financing and facility needs (serving 5,000 Arizona students).

·       Attorney General Tom Horne today joined Attorneys General from across the country in an effort to convince the largest pharmacy chains in the nation to stop selling tobacco products.  AGs from 28 states and territories have written to the CEOs of Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, Safeway and Kroger, asking them to remove any and all tobacco products from their shelves. In addition, 32 AGs have commended CVS Caremark for its recent decision to stop selling tobacco in its stores.“Pharmacies and drug stores are increasingly marketing themselves as a source for community health care, yet they continue to sell deadly tobacco products, which sends a mixed message,” said Horne. “My office regularly conducts undercover operations that seek out retailers who sell tobacco products to underage minors. This effort alongside my fellow Attorneys General is another way to hinder the availability of highly-addictive nicotine products to our kids.”


·       AG Tom  Horne Points Out That Tobacco-Related Disease is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, causing over 480,000 deaths in the last year alone – more than AIDS, alcohol, illegal drug use, car accidents and firearm-related deaths combined. Since 1965, over 20 million Americans have died prematurely as a result of smoking. The devastating health effects of these tobacco products have been well documented for over 50 years, since the 1964 Surgeon General’s report on the Health Consequences of Smoking. Furthermore, health care costs and productivity losses attributable to smoking cost the nation at least $289 billion each year. Almost 90% of all adult smokers start smoking by 18 years of age. Info on Youth Tobacco Program:


·       Tom Jenney’s AFP Update On AZ Legislation: (602) 478-0146

·       SB 1355, Sen Gail Griffin, would protect public employees' paychecks by preventing their union dues from going to political activity without their biannual permission. This ensures workers are not forced to fund political agendas they don't agree with.  Approved by the Committee of the Whole (COW) and should be going to the floor anytime now. HERE to give input.

·       HB 2260, Rep Tom Forese, passed both the Senate Government and Environment and Senate Appropriations Committees this past week (by unanimous votes). This legislation, a project of NFIB-Arizona, would institute a Small Business Bill of Rights at government regulatory agencies and require them to inform business owners dealing with the agencies that they have these rights. HERE to your senator

·       SB 1413, Sen Steve Yarbrough and supported by Gov Jan Brewer, would align Arizona with many other States that do not impose sales taxes on the energy consumed by manufacturers. This broad-based tax relief would encourage Arizona businesses to remain in-state and draw in additional job creators from outside our borders who are looking for a more hospitable environment to grow their businesses. Will be heard in the House Ways and Means Committee on Monday at 2 pm. HERE to committee and click HERE to legislators

·       HB 2291 and SB 1236, Rep Debbie Lesko and Sen Kimberly Yee would expand the eligibility pool for Arizona's Empowerment Scholarship Accounts-thus allowing more Arizona families to make their children's educational experiences as individualized as possible, and enable our children to be educated in schools that meet their needs. Click HERE and HERE to legislators.

·       HB 2367, Speaker Andy Tobin, will be heard by the Senate Health and Human Services Committee  Wednesday. This legislation would enact Medicaid reforms that would prevent able-bodied adults from remaining in an overloaded and broken federal healthcare system for too long. Click HERE to the committee. Click HERE to your senator.

·       HB 2058, Rep John Kavanagh, would prevent "pension spiking" by those enrolled in the Arizona State Retirement System, Public Safety Personnel Retirement System, and Corrections Officer Retirement System. To be heard by the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday at 2 pm. HERE to committee and HERE to senate.

·       HB 2150, Rep Sonny Borrelli (and others), passed from the Senate Education Committee on Thursday by a 5-1 (with three not voting) vote, and should be headed to the floor soon. It would expand the eligibility for Empowerment Savings Accounts to include the children of armed service members killed in the line of duty. This legislation would allow the children of our American heroes to receive the proper education they deserve - and the educations their parents would have wanted to provide for them. HERE to senate.

·       HB 2328, Rep David Livingston, was referred to the Senate Education Committee last week. Bill would remove the requirement that students who receive a scholarship or tuition grant from a student tuition organization (STO) be attending a specified school or be the dependent of an armed service member stationed in Arizona. HERE to committee.  HERE to senate.

·       HB 2377, Rep Justin Olson, would protect Arizonans from falling victim to a hidden "inflation tax." Arizona is one of a few States that does not index its tax brackets for inflation, meaning you could be pushed into a higher tax bracket simply by receiving cost-of-living wage adjustment. To be heard on Wed March 19 in the Senate Finance Committee. HERE to committee members. HERE to senate.

·       HB 2465, Rep J.D. Mesnard, failed to pass on reconsideration (its second Third Reading) by a close 29-29 vote (with two not voting) in the House. This bill would have ensured that any additional revenue Arizona receives from imposition of the so-called Marketplace Fairness Act would be used to cut taxes for Arizonans, rather than fund additional spending. Thank Mesnard for his hard work.

·       HB 2508, Rep Phil Lovas, is one of the most important bills down at the Capitol this session and it has been assigned to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee. Lovas' bill would ensure that those seeking to become ObamaCare "navigators" undergo criminal background checks in an effort to keep Arizonans using from giving access to personal health and financial information to criminals and con artists. HERE to committee to support this crucial legislation and click HERE to ask your senator to support HB 2508 when it comes to the floor.

·       HB 2614, the Truth-in-Spending reform by Rep Steve Smith, has been one of AFP-Arizona's biggest priorities for several years. It failed to pass on reconsideration by the House by a slim 30-28 vote - it was one vote away from passing. This bill would have mandated that legislators inform their constituents when they plan to increase their spending taxpayer dollars faster than the rate of growth of the economy.  It would have been a crucial "speed bump" on future spending and a big step towards budget transparency. thank Smith at for his hard work.

·       HCR 2005, Rep Phil Lovas, aka as the Terminal Patients Compassionate Care Act, would allow voters the choice on the 2014 ballot to provide drug manufacturers the right to provide terminal patients with safe investigational drugs. This live-saving legislation passed the Senate Health and Human Services Committee in a unanimous bipartisan vote. HERE to senators.

·       HCR 2022, Rep J.D. Mesnard, would allow voters to prohibit the Legislature from levying a property tax on the first $2.4 million of full cash value -- saving money for property owners and limiting government's taxing power. To be heard by the Senate Finance Committee this Wednesday at 2 pm.  HERE to committee. HERE to senate.

·       SB 1395, Sen Judy Burges, would allow district school boards and charter boards to opt out of Common Core (aka the "Arizona College and Career Readiness Standards") as long as they create standards that meet or exceed the Common Core standards. Passed COW this week, HERE to senate.




·       See MCRC Calendar For Complete Listing: Http://Archives.Mcrcbriefs.Org/  Left Hand Column (In Red) -  Maricopa County And State Wide GOP Activity Listings.


·       March 18 – LD4  (with Estrella Republican Club)(3rd Tues) 6:30 pm social. 7 pm mtg. Starpointe in Estrella Mountain Ranch.  Contact: LD4 Chairman Rhonda King Rhondaking08@Gmail.Com   623-640-3742  Cell


·       March  18 – CHANDLER REPUBLICAN WOMEN, (3rd Tues) 6:30 pm social, 7 pm mtg. Downtown Chandler, 250 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler, Speaker: Secretary of State candidate Michele Reagan and Gubernatorial candidate Christine Jones.  Contact: 2nd Vice-Chair Lisa Askey 602-320-9291.


·       March 19 – PALO VERDE REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CLUB. (3rd Wed) registration 11 am, 11:30 am lunch. Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E Thompson Peak Pkwy, Scottsdale. $25 per person. RSVP: Edith Stock, by email:, or call her at 480-294-7092 (cell).


·       March 20-  LD12 (normally 2nd Thurs) 7:15 pm, Quartz Hill Elementary School, 3680 S Quartz St, Gilbert. Contact: LD12 Chr Mickie Niland  Chairman@Azld12.Com  Http://Azld12.Com/


·       March 20– LD16 (3rd Thur), 6:30 pm social,  7 pm mtg. Liberty Arts Academy, 3015 S. Power Rd., Mesa. Just south of Guadalupe on east side of Power Rd. In the Auditorium. Contact: Chr Jerry Clingman Cell 480-861-4958  Home 480-986-5236   http://www.ld16gop@us


·       March 20 – LD21 (3rd Thurs) 7 mtg. Plaza Del Rio Community Center, 13215 N 94th Drive, Peoria. Speaker:. Chr Kevin Payne -  Website:


·       March 20  - LD24 (3rd Thru) 7 pm, AZGOP Headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx. Contact: Chr LD24 Chr  Brian Kaufman  480-442-2424   bkaufx@gmail,com   


·       March 20– LD25  (3rd Thurs) 6:30 pm, Mesa Utilities Bldg., 640 N Mesa Drive Road, Mesa. Chr Paul Whetten



·        CAIR Efforts To Control Republican Women's Clubs

·        Ex-Arizona-Lawmaker-Scott-Bundgaard-Drops-Lawsuit Against Phoenix    Bundgaard Claimed That City Employees, Motivated By Political Interests, Conspired To Falsely Portray Him As An Abuser

·        Independent Voters Biggest Voting Block In Arizona

·        Hands Off The Heritage-Fund, Lawmakers

·        Matha McSally Attends Annual Air Force Posture Hearing

·        Bring-Greasewood-Flat-Eatery-To Cave-Creek-Councilman-Says

·        Days Past; Diaries Describe 19th-Century Life For Arizona Women

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·        Three-Member Citizens Panel Named For Legislative Vacancy

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·        Hear 5-Minute Stump Speeches From 29 Arizona GOP Candidates!

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·        County-Attorney-Considering-Charges-Against-MCSO-Deputy-Involved-In-Accident

·        Court-Rejects-Appeals-For-Arizona-Death-Row-Inmates

·        Pot-Luck-Protest-People-Fired-Up-Over-State-Statute-Banning-The-Event

·        More-Than-200-St-Patricks-DUI-Arrests-Statewide

·        Toilet Art Causing-A-Big-Stink-Neighbors

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·        History notes: The Teapot Dome Scandal


·        Senator Tries To Disarm 41 Sheriffs At Okla. Capitol

·        Religion Of Peace Update: Iraqi Law Legalizes Child Marriage

·        John McCain’s religious freedom memory lapse

·        KFYI’s Barry Young To Retire: Who’ll Pimp For McCain?

·        Fla. Loss Signals Future Dem Defeats, Worries McCain

·        AZ Gov. Jan Brewer Won’t Seek Reelection… Because She Can’t


·        Hear 5-Minute Stump Speeches From 29 Arizona GOP Candidates!

·       Grande Valley Republican Women To Host LD-8 And LD-11 Candidate Meet & Greet


·        Why The Mexican Wolf Should Not Be Listed As "Endangered" In Arizona

·        Child Psychologist Dr. Megan Koschnick Explains Why Common Core Standards Are Inappropriate For K-3

·        Stop Coddling Our Kids To Help Them Excel!

·        What's Wrong With Arizona's Common Core Standards? (AKA ACCS)


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·        IRS-Tea-Party-Targeting-Leads-Directly-Obama

·        White-House-Official-On Way Out  Jay Carney

·        MSNBC-Host-Outraged-Even-Liberal-ABC-Dared-Question-Obama


·        Thoughts-From The Latrine: Liberal-Crap-Jobs-Americans-Wont Do

·        CAIR-Tries-Shut-Briefing-American-Jihadi-Networks

·        It's Called-Spying-Muslims; -Just-Sop-Rest-Us

·        FBI-Probe-Of-Harry-Reid-Could-Damage-Obama-Administration


·        CAIR Efforts to Control Republican Women's Clubs 



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·        Why-Democrats-Are-Worried


·        Another-Group-Of-60-Migrants-Tries-To-Enter-US

·        NAFBPO’s  Proposal For Comprehensive Immigration Enforcement And Reform

·        Spring Break Terror: Student Kidnapped & Raped In Mexico; A Deal With The Right Devil; Guatemalan Girls Rescued From Sex Traffickers

·        Deportations Come Mostly From Border, DHS Chief Says

·        DHS Using Bogus Deportation Numbers To Inflate Obama Enforcement Claims

·        CBS Seizes $1M In Hard Drugs Over Weekend At Nogales Port

·        Great Britain; Why We Should Be Selfish About Immigration - And Unafraid To Talk About It

·        White House To Look For More Humane Deportation Practices

·        Testimony: DHS Agents Admit Reports Falsified

·        Cartel Connection? Senator Presses Agency On 'Mexican Military' Incursion Into US

·        Tough Questions About Immigration 'Reform'

·        Obama Seeks Executive Options To Aid Illegals

·        US Border Patrol Agents Under Attack From Rock-Throwing

·        Video Of Illegals Rock Attacks On Border Patrol Agents

·        Little Change Seen In Border Patrol Memo On Use Of Force

·        Illegal Protesters Cross  San Diego Bieder From MX, Seek Asylum

·        Illinois Issues 14,000 Driver License To Undocumented Foreigners In 2 Mos

·        Lawmaker Forms Congressional Border Security Caucus

·        Arming US Agents In MX Stalling Trade Agreement

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·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily

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·        Need2no.Us   Border News Watch:


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·        ATF-Raids-Gun-Store-Despite-Restraining-Order-Protecting-Customer-List

·        Armed Sheriffs Asked To Disarm Or Leave At Oklahoma Capital

·        Sandy Hook, Gun Control & Time Stamped AP Photos - Serious Questions About What Really Happened

·        Fantastic: NY Gun Owners Burn Gun Registration Forms In Protest Of NY Safe Act

·        Politician In Oklahoma Tells Sheriffs To Disarm Or Get Out!!


·        Robert-Gibbs: Democrats-Absolutely-In-Danger-Of-Losing-Senate-In-2014


·        Coming Home: Veterans Wonder What Now?

·        Retired Us Airman Reunites With War Dog

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·        The Latest Clinton Controversy Will Be Tough To Cover-Up


·        Virginia Legislature Commends Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center Which Operates As Hamas Front Group

·        GRAPHIC: ABSOLUTELY NOT FOR CHILDREN: Christians-Throats-Slit-In-Pagan-Slaughterhouse


·        Nullification Rising: States Are Fed Up With The Feds & Are Fighting Back




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·        Ron Paul: If Spying On Senate Is So Bad, Why Is It OK For Them To Spy On Us?

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·        Hypocritical Dianne Feinstein Blasts The Use Of Drones By The Little People - Not Government


·        GRAPHIC: ABSOLUTELY NOT FOR CHILDREN: Christians-Throats-Slit-In-Pagan-Slaughterhouse


·        29-Year-Old Welfare Parasite Would Not Accept An $80,000 A Year Job Driving A Truck



·        Extremely Contagious Pig Virus Has Already Killed More Than 4 Million Hogs In The US


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·        Putin Responds To Obama By Sanctioning Obama Administration And US Senators

·        “Comrade Obama” Mocked By Russian Deputy Prime Minister Over Weak Sanctions

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·        Israeli Pediatrician: Syrian Snipers Deliberately Shooting To Paralyze Children & Cause "Misery"

·        State-Sponsored TV Anchor Threatens: Russia Is "Realistically Capable Of Turning The United States Into Radioactive Ash"

·        Ukraine Mobilizes Army Of Tens Of Thousands, Ready To Fight Russian Troops If Necessary…

·        Is Putin-The Irrational-One?