Wednesday, April 23, 2014

4-22-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


April 22, 2014


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·       LD13’s M&M Team, Rep Incumbents Darin Mitchell And Steve Montenegro, will be going door to door in Goodyear and Litchfield Park starting at Mitchell’s house at 8 am, Sat.  April 26 for coffee and donuts. Walks between 9 am and noon.  Volunteers should call call Sondra Duncan at 602-413-0301 or Linda Migliore at 760-803-9790.


·       A Signature Collection Event For Supt Of Public Instruction Candidate Diane Douglas,  sponsored by Arizona Coalition for Excellence in Education, is scheduled at 9:30 and again at  noon, Sat., April 26 at  410 E. Mesa Vista Lane in Mesa (private home). Forms, fliers, lists, maps, and training will be provided to volunteer neighborhood walkers.  Please bring water & sun protection. Contact/donate: Tracy Langston 480-529-1123


·       The Western Pinal Republican Has A New Website Www.Pinalwprc.Com . WPRC meets at 5:30 pm, the third Wednesday of the month at Eva’s Fine Mexican, Casa Grande. Contact:  Teresa Ottesen Binder or  602 397 2007


·       The Arizona Republican Party’s Annual Legislative Salute, featuring former Sen Jon Kyl,  is scheduled May 2 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. 6 pm reception. 7 pm program. RSVP: Michelle Hyde 602-633-2777 or or Jennifer Bontrager 602-957-7770


·       Attorney General Tom Horne Authored The Principal Friend Of Court Brief in today's victory by Michigan upholding state bans on racial preferences in college admissions, state contracts, and state employment. Horne stated: "Arizona, like Michigan and other states, has a voter approved ban on racial preferences in college admissions, state contracts, and state employment. The sixth circuit declared that ban unconstitutional, which is ironic, because the constitution guarantees that all individuals are entitled to equal protection of the law. Our office prepared the principal friend of court brief, joined in by other states, in the appeal to the US Supreme Court. Today, the Supreme Court ruled 6-2 in our favor. This upholds the fundamental American principle, that we are all individuals, and that what counts is our knowledge and character, and not what race we happened to be born into. It is gratifying that the Arizona Attorney General's office played a major role in this victory."  See  Brief


·       Tom Morrissey, Immediate Past Chairman Of The Arizona Republican Party and LD 18 senate candidate, congratulates the Goldwater Institute “for their fine work regarding the matter before the Arizona Court of Appeals which resulted in the ruling that the method which brought Medicaid Expansion to Arizona was unconstitutional.  This is a major step, in the right direction, taken on behalf of the citizens of Arizona, by those who understand the principles of the Constitution and have the courage to do something about it.”   Contact: 602 319-5103 


·       McSally Shatters 'War on Women' Image in Ariz. House Race   Martha McSally, a Republican challenging Democratic Rep. Ron Barber for his Arizona House seat, is shattering the Democrats’ national narrative that the GOP is anti-woman. “Messengers matter,” said McSally, a retired Air Force colonel and the nation's first female fighter pilot to fly in combat. “I think it rings hollow to say a woman candidate is out of touch with women.”


·       Gubernatorial Candidate Christine Jones will address the Oro Valley folks at 6 pm,, Thurs, April 24 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene, 500 W Calle Concordia, Oro Valley. 


·       The Western Conservative Summit Is Scheduled July 18-20 In Denver. Jim DeMint will address the expected 2,500 attendees.  Townhall Columnist Joanne Moudy of LD15 will be speaking at four breakout sessions – three on pro-life issues and one on using fiction to change the minds of the masses.  Contact: Joanne Moudy (c) (808) 554-4792


·       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. See Briefs at Http://Archives.Mcrcbriefs.Org/


·       Last Month Congressman Matt Salmon Launched The Initiative The Shrink Our Spending or the SOS Initiative legislation aimed at curbing federal government's addiction to spending.  See video  here . Track  SOS Initiative at


·       Sun City Republican Club President Carol Farris has resigned due to personal and health reasons.  Former vice president Jackie Miller has moved up into the president position.


·       A Roundtable And Luncheon Featuring State Treasurer And Gubernatorial Candidate Doug Ducey is scheduled at 11:30 am, Wed., May 7 at the Viscount Suites Hotel, 4855 E Broadway, Tucson. Roundtable/luncheon $2,000 per person. Lunch $100 per person. Casual attire.  RSVP by Monday, May 5. Contacts: Kelly Molique 480-213-5910 or Corinne Lovas at 623-218-6616 or


·       Reports Are In That The Sun City Republican Picnic was quite successful. LD21 Rep Debbie Lesko announced the golf cart bill passed and is on the Governor’s desk waiting her signature… no more tickets for driving carts on the right side of the road.


·       LD17 Rep Tom Forese, along with Triadvocates and Stand for Children Arizona hosted a meet and greet breakfast reception for Hadi Partovi, cofounder and CEO of this morning in support of HB2265 – which allows a school district or charter school to count a rigorous computer science course a  math credit.  There will be 1.4 million computer science jobs by 2020, but only 400,000 computer science students. In 2013 all three Arizona Universities graduated only 300 computer science professionals.


·       NW Conservatives Are Hosting A LD11 Senate And House Candidate Forum from 6-8 pm, May 8 in the Oro Valley Library. 


·       The Estrella Conservative Republicans/Legislative District 4 meeting is scheduled at 7 pm, April 23 at the Starpointe Residents Club, 17665 W Elliot Road, Goodyear.  CD3 coordinator Andrew Costanzo will make a presentation on “Get Out the Vote”.  Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is the speaker for the evening. Contact: Estrella Conservative Republicans - Richard Newcomer, or 602-512-1340 or LD4 Chairman Fred Amator, or 623-980-6007.


·       CD9 Andrew Walters schedule: Volunteers RSVP to

·       April 23 – 10 am, signature collecting at Ironwood Library, 4333 E. Chandler Blvd., Phx.

·       5 pm, evening walk, meet at Campaign HQ, 1243 E Broadway Rd #105.

·       5 pm, phone bank, campaign headquarters. Bring laptop, cell phone.

·       April 24 – signataure collecting at Sunset Library, 4930 W Ray Road, Chandler.

·       5 pm, evening walk, meet at Campaign HQ, 1243 E Broadway Rd #105.

·       5 pm, phone bank, campaign headquarters. Bring laptop, cell phone

·       April 25 – 5 pm, signature collecting at Chase Field, meet in front of the TGI Friday entrance. Bring campaign t-shirt, water, glove.

·       April 27 – 9 am, signature collecting at Crossroads Gun Show,  1826 W McDowell Road, Phx. Bring: campaign t-shirt, water, sunscreen, hat.  Contact:


·       The Deadline For The CD4 Art Competition is April 23. Competition is open to all high school students within CD 4. The first place winner will be flown to Washington, D.C. for an awards banquet and will have his or her artwork displayed in the US Capitol Complex for one year. Other awards include college scholarships. Click HERE to learn more about the competition.


·       Attorney General Incumbent Tom Horne Conduct A Town Hall from 5:30 – 7 pm, June 17 Oro Valley Public Library. He will updating citizens on  protecting Arizona against the federal governments constitutional overreach and taking questions on various issues.


·       State Treasurer Doug Ducey:  “I would like to commend all those instrumental in passing HB 2454. As a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Human Trafficking, and a father of three young boys, my heart breaks for the families that are torn apart by those who perpetrate these unforgiveable acts. I greatly appreciate the work put forth by Representative Eddie Farnsworth for sponsoring the bill, his colleagues on both sides of the aisle for passing it, and Governor Brewer for signing it today making it tougher for criminals to prey on and exploit our most vulnerable asset. “Arizona’s fight against this form of modern-day slavery will continue beyond these positive reforms. We have so many passionate individuals in our local communities that are helping the victims of these terrible crimes, and educating the public on resources available for those needing assistance. Today is just the first of many important steps we can take to better protect and assist Arizona’s children and families.” Contact: 602.542.7880


·       Sen Jeff Flake Will Participate in an 11 am, Wed., April 23 Town Hall to discuss issues of importance to the West Valley and the Latino Community at the Rock of Ages Ministries,
11427 N. 79th Ave, Peoria. RSVP by April 21 to Shiree Verdone
or 602-541-2997.


·       Bill Bridwell And Steve Miller Are Hosting A ‘Meet And Greet’ for LD8 Senate candidate Harold Vangilder at 5:30 pm, Thur., April 24 at Tommy’s Bistsro in Casa Grande.


·       Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will address the 3:30 pm, Fri., April 25 symposium on “Countering Iran’s Nuclear, Terrorist Threats” scheduled at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Grand Ballroom AB, 340 N. 3rd St., Phx. Rsvp is required;  phone (888) 304-4451  (    Event sponsored by the Iranian-American Community Of Arizona And Peoria City Councilman Tony Rivero.


·       District 1 Community Breakfast with Councilwoman Thelda Williams is scheduled at 7:30 am, Fri., April 25 at the Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road, Phx. Breakfast available for $4.99, not including tax or gratuity. District 1 provides your drink.


·       A Gubernatorial Candidates Forum is scheduled from 6-8 pm, Fri., April 25 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort Phoenix.  5:30-7pm – reception.  7-8 pm forum. Admission $75 General and $50 for Partner Organizations. Includes reception with hors d’oeuvres, wine and meet/greet. Participating candidates Kent Bennett, Doug Ducey, Scott Smith, Christine Jones, Al Melvin, John Molina, and Frank Riggs. Moderated by Fox 10 Troy Hayden. RSVP:


·       LD25 Senate Candidate Ralph Heap And LD25 House Candidate Justin Olson will have a ‘meet and greet’ at 6:30 pm, Fri, April 25 at the Red Mountain Country Club, 6425 E Teton Circle, Mesa.


·       Matt Papke for Tempe City Council is having a free volunteers appreciation breakfast at 8:30 am, Sat. April 26 at Mark’s CafĂ©, 6340 S Rural Road #120, Tempe, followed by a neighborhood walk. Contact: Jessica Merrow , Campaign Manager  480-306-2545.


·       CD3 Coorindator Andrew Costanzo is determined to elect a Republican in CD3. He is asking volunteers to meet at 9 am, Sat., April 26 to work the Estrella Mountain Ranch neighborhood to collect nomination petition signatures and distribute campaign literature for CD3 candidate Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, LD4 Senate candidate Constance Uribe and LD4 House candidate Richard Hopkins . RSVP to Andrew Costanzo,  or 480 677-0697.


·       An Afternoon Garden Party Reception In Support Of Congressman David Schweikert between 4-6 pm, Sat, April 26 at 2920 East Cloud Road, Cave Creek. The event is hosted by Dr. Dan and Kay Baxley, with co-hosts Dr. Kurt Budenbender, Bob & Barbara Hathorne, Chandler Peterson and Liz Van Valin. Special guests include Rep Michelle Ugenti, Cave Creek Mayor Vincent Francis, Cave Creek Council Reg Monachinao and Phoenix Vice-Mayor Jim Waring. $100 suggested donation. RSVP to: Allison Mary  or 480-628-2763.


·       The Iranian-American Community Of Arizona And co-sponsor Peoria City Councilman Tony Rivero will conduct a 3:30 pm, April 25 symposium on  “Countering Iran’s Nuclear, Terrorist Threats” featuring  former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel Grand Ballroom AB,  340 North 3rd Street, Phoenix. Other speakers include General George Casey (ret), 36th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army; former Commanding General, Multi-National Force – Iraq and Linda Chavez, former White House Director of Public Liaison. Free admission. Free self-parking for the event at the Sheraton Hotel.RSVP required to :  or (888) 304-4451


·       The Gila County Republican Committee Champagne Brunch is scheduled between 11 am and 2 pm, April 26 at the Payson Senor Center.  Includes champagne, a buffet lunch and guest speakers. Payson Senior Center. Contact:  Lolly 928-474-2334.


·       LD8 Senate Candidate  Irene Littleton, LD8 Senate Candidate schedule:

·       April 26 – 10 am-6 pm, Oracle Parade & Oak Festival, Oracle.

·       April29 – Superior Rotary Club


·       The Sun City Grand Republican Interest Group is hosting a Governor Candidate Forum at 9 am, April 26 at 19781 N. Remington Dr., Chaparral Center – Hopi Room.  Open to all Sun City Grand residents and guests, elected officials and candidates.  Contact: Contact: Ginny Nyre, President (623-544-7187) or Ruth Seiter, Vice President Programs (623-544-9309) or visit our webpage at


·       The Andrew Walter For Congress volunteers are forming a team for this year’s Pat’s Run – a 4.2 miles run scheduled at 6:05 am, April 26. Registration before March 31 is $42. To register:  this link to be directed to the registration page. Walter for Congress t-shirts will be provided. Contact: Ben Stewart at


·       The Tucson Republican Women’s Club’s 12th Biennila TRW-PAC Candidates Luncheon is scheduled Mon., April 28 at the Viscount Suite Hotel, 4855 E Broadway, Tucson featuring  CD2 and CD4 candidates, along with gubernatorial candidates Ken Bennett, Doug Ducey, Al Melvin, John Molina, Frank Riggs, Scott Smith, Shelley Kais, Chuck Wooten, Miguel Olivas.   CD2 candidate Martha McSally is sending representatives for the meet and greet. 11 am – social, program noon.  Each candidate will be given 5-7 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A session and then 2 minutes for each candidate to summarize their positions. Admission $40 per person. $75 per couple and $30 for active regular TRW members. Checks payable to TRW-PAC and mail to TRW, Po Box 16185, Tucson, Az 85732. Contact: Maureen Leith 520-760-5051 or

·       The Conservative Business League Is Hosting Three Constitutional Debates featuring CD-4 Democrat candidate Mikel Weisser and Shane Krauser of the American Academy for Constitutional Education.  No political materials, signature gathering or campaigning will be allowed due to debate decorum and venue rules.

·       May 6 – 7 pm at Poston Butts High School, 32375 N. Gantzel Rd, San Tan Valley. Doors open at 6 pm.  The two-hour debate is comprised of four, 20-minute segments.  Debate rules will be established by an Instructor from Grand Canyon University and response time tightly controlled. A three judge panel comprised of a Democrat, Republican and an Independent will score the debate. Debate issues:

·       Religion and the First Amendment (with discussion of SB 1062 as it applies to free speech)

·       The Constitution as a "living, breathing document".

·       The General Welfare Clause

·       The Second Amendment

·       May 13 – 7 pm, Cases Grande Middle School, A three judge panel comprised of a Democrat, Republican and an Independent will score the debate. Debate topic tba.

·       Debate Three: Venue to be determined. Topic tab.

·       The JLBC Staff Reports Monthly To The Legislature on the status of General Fund revenue collections and other fiscal issues. This report can be found on the following link: Among the key points of the document:

1.     March General Fund revenues increased by 19.9% from March 2013, due to growth in Individual Income Tax collections. It is difficult to draw conclusions about this result, as the timing of taxpayer filing and return processing can cause significant fluctuations in collections in any given week. The overall trend of Individual Income Tax collections will remain uncertain until at least the middle of May.

2.     In terms of the states’ other main revenue categories, Sales and Corporate Income taxes showed increases over the prior year, with those revenues categories coming in at $13.6 million and $11.5 million above the budget forecast, respectively.

3.     Sales Tax collections of $326.0 million were 9.3% above March 2013 and $13.6 million above the forecast for the month. For the first 9 months of the fiscal year, sales tax collections are 5.9% above the prior year and are $2.5 million above the January forecast.

4.     Corporate Income Tax net collections were $78.4 million in March, which is $3.0 million greater than March of the prior year. Year-to-date, collections are down (10.6)% compared to the prior year, and are $9.4 million above the January forecast.

5.     Overall March General Fund collections were $55.6 million above the January forecast. Year-to-date, overall collections are $39.0 million above the January forecast.

The Finance Advisory Committee (FAC) met on April 10, 2014 to update its revenue forecast.   The FAC is a 15-member panel of private and public section economists. The FAC heard presentations on General Fund Revenue collections, the U.S. economy, and state cash flows. During the meeting, FAC panelists generally outlined a slowly improving economy, with moderate growth predicted for the next several years.  - Sen John McComish , Rep Bob Robson and Rep Jeff Dial.


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

·       April 23 – LD4 (4th Wed) 7 pm, Starpointe Residents Club in Estrella Mountain Ranch (Elliott & Estrella Parkway). Chairman Fred Amator 

·       April 23– ESTRELLA CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN CLUB. (4th Wed) 7 pm, Starpointe in Estrella. Starpointe (Elliot Rd immediately off Estrella Pkwy), Goodyear.  Contact:  Richard Newcomer: 623-398-5638

·       April 26 – SUN CITY GRAND REPUBLICAN INTEREST GROUP GOVERNOR CANDIDATE ROUND TABLE. (4th Sat) 9 am, 19781 N. Remington Dr., Chaparral Center - Hopi Room.  Open to all Sun City Grand residents and guests, elected officials and candidates.  Contact: Ginny Nyre, President (623-544-7187) or Ruth Seiter, Vice President Programs (623-544-9309) or



·        From-Bunker-Hill-To-Bunkerville: Americans-Fight-Back    Lyle J. Rapacki, Ph.D. is a Protective Intelligence and Threat Assessment Specialist and private-sector Intelligence Analyst. He has provided Intelligence Briefings to selected members of the Arizona State Legislature on Border Security and related threats to State sovereignty since June, 2010. He provides intelligence analysis to elected officials and law enforcement across the Nation.


·        Feds-Send-Nearly-Million-Help-Arizona-Schools The money will go to the Arizona Department of Education, which will distribute the federal School Improvement Grants to schools through a competitive application process.


·        The-HHS-Mandate-Its-All-Or-Nothing   Joanne Moudy

·        Brewer-Signs-Bill-To-Curb-Human-Trafficking

·        Bringing-Abortion-Clinic-Standards-Up-To-Snuff   Joanne Moudy

·        Brewer-Vetoes-Job-Requirements-For Medicaid

·        Governor Vetoes Religious Tax Breaks

·        Brewer-Vetoes-Controversial-Gun-Bills

·        Mills Tell Senators: Give-Us-More Timber

·        Governor-Signs-Dozens-New-Laws

·        Militarys-Largest-US-Solar-Installation-Will-Be-In-Arizona

·        Opponents Of SB 1070 Celebrate Another Victory

·        Arizona-Appeals-Court-Medicaid-Challenge-Alive

·        McCain: Obama Doesn't Appreciate 'American Leadership' Role

·        Jeb-Bush-Pushes-Amnesty-AZ-Conference

·        Jeff-Flake Shows Support For Jeb Bush's 'Act Of Love' Immigration Comment

·        Romney: I-Was-Right-About-Russia

·        Homeland-Security-To-Purchase-25-Million-Shotgun-Rounds

·        Arizona-History-Legislature-Sunset    Laurie Roberts

·        Mark-Levin-Assails-Az-Sen-Andy-Biggs-Blockage-Of-Scr1016

·        Mark-Levin-Mocks-Hillary-Clinton-Trying-Explain-Her-Accomplishments

·        Marijuana-Rally-Attendees-Respond-Study-Proving-Weed-Causes-Brain-Damage

·        Phoenix-Ends-Heated-Budget-Hearing-Process

·        Phoenix-To Bid-For Dems-2016 Convention

·        At The Capitol  Palin Blasts Biggs

·        Private-College-Announces-Mesa-Campus-Will-Close

·        12 Smugglers Detained Near Yuma Over Easter Weekend

·        NASA Releases Photos Of Grand Canyon Taken By ISS

·        Arizona Court Rules On DUI Law For Marijuana Users

·        Ammo Shortage Sparks High Prices

·        Arizona Officials Impose More Fire Restrictions

·        Parents-Upset-Kids-Moving-Classrooms-During-School-Hours

·        Bi-Partisan-Group-Of-Senators-Lobbying-To-Prepare-For-Wildfire-Season



·        AZ Higher Education: As Nearly Free As Possible?



·        Crying Wolf  Video. 

·        Guess Who's Coming For Dinner? Wolves 


·        The Unfounded State Bar Complaint Against Chief Deputy Prosecutor Shawn Fuller

·        The Skinny On Gillen

·        Anita Christy

·        Judge Duber To Sit On Ortega Murder Trial Despite Conflict


·        You’ll Never Guess Who’s On The Clintons’ Enemies List


·        Krauthammer Says This Is The Stupidest Line Ever Uttered By An American President


·        Willie Myrick Escapes Kidnapper By Singing Every Praise Over & Over: Do You Know This Man?

·        NY State’s Absurd Statement About “Authenticity” And Common Core, Testing With Barbie & Obamas African Village Project Resurrected?


·        Rudy Giuliani Speaks- You Can Meet With Him




·        Jeb-Bush-Pushes-Amnesty-AZ-Conference

·        Is The GOP Betraying The Best To Pander To The Worst?

·        Republicans-Set-Up-First-Max-PACs-In-Wake-Of-McCutcheon-Decision   “We are moving forward on a joint fundraising agreement with the NRSC and NRCC so we can maximize our donations to help candidates win in November,” said Kirsten Kukowski, a spokeswoman for the RNC, which was a party to the Supreme Court case.


·        Jeb-Bush-Pushes-Amnesty-AZ-Conference

·        12 Smugglers Detained Near Yuma Over Easter Weekend

·        Border-Patrol-Arrests-More-Than-200-Illegal-Immigrants-In-McAllen

·        Remember 1986

·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily

·        Azborderdefenders  - Hidden Cameras

·        Need2no.Us   Border News Watch


·        Warning: Obama Might Have Just Figured Out How To Take Your Guns Away

·        This Woman Just Ripped Bloomberg’s Gun Control Plans To Shreds

·        ATF Regulations Designed To Disqualify Many From Gun Ownership

·        Prosecutor’s Targeting Of Gun Range Exec Enters 15th Year

·        Takes-Minute: S-E-Cupp-Completely-Dismantle-Bloombergs-Fight-Guns

·        NRA-ILA | Contact Your Senators And Representative To Stop Proposed Semi Auto Firearm Importation Ban

·        How Not To Fix The Second Amendment

·        Gun-Classes-Drawing-More-Women

·        Judge: Out-Of-State Pot Rap Can’t Stop Gun Ownership | Boston Herald

·        NRA Won’t Let Michael Bloomberg Step On Citizens’ Rights


·        Reid’s Ominous Threat: “Something Will Happen” To Bundy Family

·        Reid Goes For The Throat: Watch What He Just Said About The Bundys

·        Reid: If Bundy Supporters Are Patriots, We're In Trouble


·        Today’s American Minute: The Oklahoma Land Rush

·        Nevada Rancher And Former Shoshone Chief's Range War With BLM Predates Bundy Standoff

·        Texas To BLM: ‘Come And Take It’


·        After The Standoff, What's Next For Bundy And BLM?

·        Cattle-Shot-Buried-On-Bundy-Ranch

·        Cliven-Bundy-Needs-To-Pay-His-Grazing-Bills

·        Watch BLM Whistleblower Reveal What Could Be The Real Reason Behind Bundy Ranch Stand-Off

·        Bundy Family Releases More Graphic Images Of Cattle Mass Graves

·        You Won’t Believe What Facebook Did To This Fox News Reporter’s Pro-Bundy Post

Editor’s Note:  See  April 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 Briefs for additional stories.


·        Democrat: Iraq-War-Vet-Not Up To Real-Job

·        Kristol, Dershowitz Slam Effort To Rig Electoral College


·        Guess What This Democrat Just Admitted About Obamacare (It Isn’t Pretty)


·        Justice Antonin Scalia Says Supreme Court Least Qualified Part Of Gov To Judge NSA


·        IRS Revokes Conservative Group’s Tax-Exempt Status Over Anti-Clinton Statements


·        How NBC Had To Resort To Drastic Measures To Help This Host’s Image

·        Did The Mainstream Media Hit A New Low This Past Week?


·        Trial That Could Expose Obama As Kenyan Postponed Until After Midterms


·        Bias Bash: Alarming Number Of Militarized Federal Agencies

·        Democrat: Iraq-War-Vet-Not Up To Real-Job


·        State-Department-Cant-Name-One-Accomplishment-From A Clinton-Run-Initiative


·        Holder-Expand-Clemency-Criteria

·        Governmental Terrorists Thwarted (This Time)


·        Bias Bash: Alarming Number Of Militarized Federal Agencies


·        Watch Furious Judge Unload On Snickering Convicted Killer

·        Supreme Court Upholds Power Of States To Ban Affirmative Action

·        Federal Court: Administration Must Release Memos Allowing Drone Strikes On Americans


·        Illinois-Medicaid-Paid-Dead-People-12-Million-In-Services


·        38 Republicans Put Aside Differences For Lawsuit Challenging Legality Of Obamacare

·        This Democrat Just Admitted Obamacare Will Only Get Worse

·        Hey Harry, What About Elijah Cummings And Lois Lerner And Americans Not Getting Away With Breaking The Law?

·        Dem-Senator-Seeking-To Do What Benghazi-Video Could Not.


·        Existing Home Sales Hit 1-1/2 Year Low

·        Moving In With Parents Becomes More Common For The Middle-Aged. The Number Of Californians 50 To 64 Who Live In Their Parents' Homes Has Surged In Recent Years, Reflecting The Grim Economic Aftermath Of The Great Recession.


·        Lingering-Questions-About-Unpaid-Obamacare-Premiums

·        Krauthammer: Obama Semi-Nationalizes Healthcare

·        This Democrat Just Admitted Obamacare Will Only Get Worse

·        'Illegal-Secrecy'-Shields-These Obamacare-Workers 

·        Obamacare Punishes Sick And Older Americans

·        Kathleen Sebelius Stayed Federal Long Enough To Get Her Part Of The Plunder

·         Sebelius Used Her Influence To Get Organizations To Donate To “Enroll America”

·        Lone Dem Admits Obamacare Will Hurt Democrat Party


·        Student- Decorates-Tissue-Box-With-Presidential-Quotes; Project-Is-Awesome

·        Over 1,200 Students Sign Petition To Block Michelle Obama Speech At Their Graduation


·        Product Placement In Common Core? Repaying The Corporate Backers?

·        Why Are The Cops Punishing Common Core Opponents?


·        Homeland-Security-To-Purchase-25-Million-Shotgun-Rounds


·        State-Department-Cant-Name-One-Accomplishment-From A Clinton-Run-Initiative


·        Obama-Blasts-GOP-Turning Down Govs-Medicaid-Expansion

·        Federal Court: Administration Must Release Memos Allowing Drone Strikes On Americans

·        CBO Analysis: Barack Obama Wants Decade Of Highest Taxes In U.S. History

·        Barack Obama Claims States Motivated By No Other Reason Than “Political Spite”

·        NYT-Columnist: Obama-Has-A-Manhood-Problem-Internationally


·        Al-Qaida-Militia-Establishes-Gaza-Base-Trains-Palestinians-Fight-Iraq-Syria-Operations

·        Revealed: What Barack Hussein Obama Really Thinks Of The British

·        You Won’t Believe What This Egyptian Wants Pay Back From Israel For

·        U.S. Releases Another $1 Billion To Iran

·        Provocative-Putin-Reacts-To-US-Presence  Puts U.S. Warship On Notice As Washington Moves Troops