Wednesday, April 9, 2014

4-8-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


April 8, 2014


·       On The Eve Of My 77th Birthday, I find myself reflecting on the things I’ve witnessed along the way. This nation has advanced from backyard water pumps and taking a stroll down a path to a little wood house with a half- moon on the door aka the “two-holer” or  “outhouse”  to the upmost of  modern conveniences.

As a child, I dreamed of becoming a pilot or an attorney. Those aspirations still exist but I suspect it’s a bit late to take on those endeavors.

As a teen, I learned to drive on a farm tractor and became a telephone operator (drop key switchboards, crank telephones and eight-party lines) for pocket change. I married my high school sweetheart, had two wonderful children, and was crowned Mrs. Nebraska 1964 before we moved to Arizona.

In 1967 we moved into a home near 32nd Street and Shea in Phoenix. Javelina roamed where Paradise Valley Mall now stands. Hwy 51 through Dream Draw Pass was as graveled road, and  and Shea Boulevard didn’t  have a stop sign. When we moved from that area in 2002, it had become the busiest intersection in Phoenix.  

As we settled in Arizona’s casual late 60s lifestyle, an editor challenged me to start writing for his local newspaper. As I moved from columnist to reporter, to editor and publisher I chased fire trucks (became a honorary Phx fireman in the 70s) and cops calls (first female reporter permitted to ride in the first Phx PD helicopter), covered all kinds of meetings and social/sports events (before female photojournalists were allowed on playing fields or beyond most newspapers cookie pages).

Lunching with legislator Sandra Day O’Connor was an education in itself, chatting with Sen Barry Goldwater (yes, he did paper his bathroom with photos of his friends and installed bright red fixtures) was a kick, visiting with Ronald Reagan long before he became President was a treat, photographing Pres. Gerald Ford was a pleasure, interviewing  Olympic gold-medal winner Jesse Owens was a highlight, watching the Miranda Rights become law was most interesting,  and there were always laughs with Congressman Sam Steiger and a parade of mayors, councilmen, legislators, supervisors, school officials and board members (both Republicans and Dems) … and yes, they were frequently irritated when my investigations exposed their shenanigans in print.  But that comes with the territory.  The murder of fellow journalist Don Bolles was one unforgettable  downer.

Retirement in the early 90s, resulted in boredom so I joined Attorney General Bob Corbin’s staff for a couple of years and stayed on with AG Grant Woods for a couple more years before transferring to Arizona Game and Fish.  The AG office was an extremely interesting agency; but the following decade as a Game and Fish public information officer served up adventures few get to experience.  Covering the release of the first Mexican Gray Wolf, the Black-footed ferrets reintroduction, the release of a rehabilitated bear and a mountain lion, counting big horn sheep from the Colorado River, a flight over the Grand Canyon in a thunderbird storm, and traveling the backwoods of Arizona’s wilds was a photo/journalists dream.

Upon my retiring from AZGF in 2002, we intended to live a nice quiet, peaceful, senior life near our grandkids.  That lasted less than two years, when then LD4 Chairman Lyle Tuttle prodded me out of hibernation, which resulted in the start of the MCRC Briefs and unfolding of another journalism adventure. What a lucky woman I am to still be editing ‘history in the making’ here in Arizona.  – Editor Frosty Taylor


·       AJ LaFaro, Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, will address the Arrowhead Republican Women luncheon today at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West. Check- in start at 10:45 am. Prior reservations required. $20 per person. RSVP:, Luncheons - or


·       On CBS This Morning, reporter Major Garrett noted, "The White House is getting … roughed up by its own pay equity rhetoric. An analysis of White House salaries, which nobody here disputes, shows that the median income of female staffers is 88 percent of that of male staffers." CNN's John King described it as "a textbook case ... of do as I say, not as I do."  By the way, this hypocrisy is nothing new. Women on Obama's Senate staff earned less than their male counterparts.


·       LDl3 Sen Don Shooter Is Among The Best Committee Chairs At The Arizona Legislature for the second year in a row, as well as one of the most influential individuals at the Capitol complex, according to readers of the Arizona Capitol Times (ACT).  The West Valley legislator was named recently along with Governor Brewer and other elected officials.  The honors are part of the weekly newspaper’s Best of the Capitol awards.  Best of the Capitol was created in 2006 as a way for the ACT to spotlight the people, places, and personalities that make up Arizona’s public policy arena.  Readers of the ACT submit names of possible honorees, and a panel of leaders at the newspaper determines the top five in each category to be honored.

Shooter is Chair of the powerful Senator Committee on Appropriations.  The West Valley Senator explained his approach as Chairman.  “I try to handle significant issues and bills in a principled and compassionate manner, always keeping in mind my bosses: the voters and the taxpayers. I am honored that the Capitol community feels I am in a position to best help my district,” said Shooter.

In addition to the Committee Chair nomination, Shooter is a finalist for Best Power Broker. “Senator Shooter is in one of the top power positions and can ultimately decide the fate of bills that make it to his committee. This honor is a testament to Senator Shooter’s popularity at the Capitol and the job he has done as Appropriations Chair,” said ACT Vice President & Publisher Ginger Lamb.  Contact: Mike Philipsen, Communications Advisor, Arizona Senate Republican Caucus, Office: (602) 926-3972 Cell: (602) 904-2070


·       A Meet And Greet Is Scheduled in the patio at Monti La Casa Vieja, 100 S Mill Ave., Tempe,  between 2-4 pm, April 12  for candidates:

·       Wil Cardon – Secretary of State

·       Diane Douglas – Supt of Public Instruction

·       Doug Little – Arizona Corporation Commission

·       Tom Forese – Arizona Corporation Commission

·       Tom Morrissey – LD18 Senate

·       John King – LD18 House

·       Jill Norgaard – LD18 House

·       Ralph Heap – LD25 Senate

·       Justin  Olson -  LD25 House

·       Rusty Bowers – LD25 House

Contacts:  Jim or  Liz

·       The Arizona Department Of Transportation continues to gather comments on the 2015-2019 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program while reaching out to the public and communities statewide for their input on the direction of the program over the next five years.

·       April 11 – 9 am, Town of Marana Council Chambers, 11555 W. Civic Center Drive in Marana.

·       April 11  -  9 am,  Public hearing/board meeting, Town of Marana Council Chambers, 11555 W. Civic Center Drive, Marana, AZ 85653.

·       May 9 -  9 am,  Public hearing and board meeting in the City of Flagstaff Council Chambers, 211 W. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86001.

·       June 13 – 9 am, Board meeting, City of Willcox Council Chambers, 300 W. Rex Allen Drive, Willcox, AZ 85643.

·       Go To -   the Arizona Secretary of State's web site -  to sign the petitions of the candidates of your choice and contribute $5 to the Clean Election candidates. Candidates can get half of their signatures and half of their $5 contributions this way.


·       Supt of Public Instruction John Huppenthal is scheduled at address ‘Arizona College and Career Ready Standards’ during a town hall meeting at 5:30 pm, Thurs., April 10 in the Oasis Golf Course Clubhouse, 5764 E. Hunt Hwy, Florence, AZ 85132.

·       LD23 Will Hold Its Annual Breakfast at 8:30 am, May 3 at Gainey Ranch Golf Club. National Speakers Dr. Barry Asmus (USA today calls Asmus on of the five beset speakers in the country), Congressman David Schweikert and other politicians.  CONTACT -SHIRLEY -   480-251-7031 mobile.

·       An 'Arizona Common Law Grand Jury' meeting is scheduled from 7-9 pm, April 9 at Total Wine and More conference room - organized by its Common Law Grand Jury Committee. RSVP at  Arizona Freedom Alliance:

·       The Maricopa County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) will meeting (open to the public) at 6 pm, April 9  at the Scottsdale Public Safety Headquarters, 8401 E. Indian School Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251.

·       East Valley Precinct Committees Are Hosting A Gubernatorial Open Mic Forum at 7 pm, April 10 at Campo Verde High School, 3870 S Quartz St, Gilbert  (Loop 202 and Val Vista Drive). Contact:  Sandi Bartlett   480 600 2874.


·       The April 10 Hugh Hallman For State Treasurer Fundraiser will feature Gin Blossoms vocalist and guitarist Jesse Valenzuela, Arizona folk+rock+reggae warrior Walt Richardson, and Mark Zubia & Friends from 6:30pm to 8:30 pm at The Walterdome, 6425 East Thomas Road,  Scottsdale. Snacks and beverages will be served. Admission $25 per person. Contact:  Hallman and Valenzuela are lifelong friends and went to grade/ high school together.Hallman is the former Mayor of Tempe.


·       A Reception Honoring Attorney General Candidate Mark Brnovich, hosted by Kevin Neal, is scheduled at 6 pm, Wed., April 9 at the The Titanium Room, Scottsdale Gun Club, 14860 N Northsight Blvd, Scottsdale. Light appetizers. Test your sharp-shooting in the range. Suggested contribution 4150 per person.  RSVP to Amilyn Pierce at or 602-708-8980 or Jenna Brouk at or 480-226-7596.


·      A Breakfast For Sen Bob Worsley is scheduled at 7 am, April 10 at 63 E Main St.#102, Mesa to discuss Arizona’s future.  RSVP to


·       The Fountain Hills Republican Club Has Changed Its Meeting To 9 am, April 12, a the Fountain Hills High School Learning Center, Palisades 7 Golden Eagle, for the gubernatorial forum. Candidates include Secretary of State Ken Bennett, former Go Daddy officer Christine Jones, State Senator Al Melvin, former chief phoenix Indian Medical Center Dr. John Molina, former Congressman Frank Riggs and former Mesa Mayor Scott Smith.


·       Did You Know: Gubernatorial Candidate Frank Riggs is the only gubernatorial candidate who, as a member of Congress, voted to ban partial birth abortion and to defend traditional marriage (The Defense of Marriage Act).  He has a consistent  track record of upholding traditional moral values via his pro-life and pro-family voting record.


·       Diane Douglas, Candidate For Superintendent Of Public Instruction, schedule:

·       April 9 - 3:45 pm, SaddleBrooke Republican Forum for Supt of Public Instruction candidates, Saddlebrooke Mountain View Club House, 38735 S. Mountain View Blvd., Saddlebrooke.

·       April 10 – 6:30 pm, Northwest Conservatives, Oro Valley Branch Library, 1305 West Naranja Drive, Oro Valley.


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

·       April  9 – 9 am, Mary T’s,  Cottonwood Lane, Casa Grande.

·       April 10 – Meet & Greet, private home in Casa Grande.


·       Tobin On Budget: While legislators and the Governor look forward to a comprehensive plan to fix Child Protective Services that is due in May, the state’s 2015 General Fund budget increases funding to CPS by nearly $60 million. This $60 million increase follows a combined federal and state increase of $130 million to the Division of Children, Youth & Families, which comprises CPS functions primarily, over fiscal years 2013 and 2014 – the DCYF budget was $550 million in 2012 and rose to $680 million in 2014. “To truly transform child protective services, the funding has to be there, but a plan to fix the problem also has to be there,” said Speaker Tobin.

For fiscal year 2015 the General Fund budget funds an additional 242 child safety staff and 20 investigators for the Office of Child Welfare Investigations, and directs money to areas that will reform the agency from the ground up and help to keep families together:

·       $20 million to create a standalone agency for Child Protective Services

·       $15 million for additional child safety staff

·       $6 million for adoption services

·       $6 million for children support to families with in-home and out-of-home services

·       $5 million for automation and computer upgrades

·       $3 million for Intensive Family Service that provides intensive services to families whose children are at imminent risk for out-of-home placement

·       $2 million for additional staffing for the Office of Child Welfare Investigations, which reviews cases where criminal conduct has been alleged

EDUCATION:  In fiscal years 2013 and 2014 the General Fund budget restored more than $200 million to education. For fiscal year 2015 the budget increases education funding by $189 million, which excludes a 2014 supplemental of $47 million. This puts the education portion of the budget only $130 million lower than its 2008 peak of $3.9 billion - the figures below do not include funding for capital improvements and all-day kindergarten. Dept. of Ed. K-12 GF Budget: 3940000000, 3650000000,  3160000000,  3480000000, 3370000000      , 3490000000, 3620000000, 3810000000

To continue improving workforce development efforts, the 2015 budget increases funding by $3 million for Joint Technical Education Districts (JTED), this program delivers technical education in partnership with business.

·       Fund JTED                             $1.5 million

·       Rural JTEDs Soft Cap/Equip  $1.0 million

·       JTED Performance Funding   $0.5 million

            The budget also increases funding by $3.5 million for the Cooperative Extension Program at the University of Arizona, adding 28 full-time employees. 

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: The budget appropriates $9 million for construction of a 90-bed veteran’s home in Yuma, $3 million for Adult Protective Services and over $1 million for autism programs, assisted living programs and homelessness grants. Other highlights:

·       Military Installation Fund to protect bases                 $2.5 million

·       Department of Public Safety                                      $3.3 million

·       Counter terrorism ACTIC                                           $0.8 million

·       Restore $ to Highway User Revenue Fund                $30.0 million

Estimates are based on JBLC documents posted at Contact:  Christopher Leone  602-926-3233 (o) 480.242.8643 (c)


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


·       April 9  – AZ LATINO REPUBLICAN ASSOC. (ALRA) (2nd Wed) 6:30 pm.  AZ Project Offices, 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phx Contact: Jose Borrajero   602-402-5932 Http://Www.Latinogop.Org  RSVP 520-333-4204 Or Www.Saucedomercer.Com


·       April 9 - Politics On The Rocks (2nd Wed) 6 pm, Montelucia Resort Centro Lounge,  4949 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley.  RSVP:



·       April 9 - Politics On The Rocks (2nd Wed) 6 pm, Montelucia Resort Centro Lounge,  4949 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley.  RSVP:


·       April 9 – ARROWHEAD REPUBLICAN WOMEN’S CLUB. (2nd  Wed) 11 am, Briarwood Country Club - 135th Ave & Meeker Blvd., Sun City West.  $20 per person. RSVP required. No jeans. Adults only. Speaker: A J LaFaro, Maricopa County Republican Committee Chairman. Guests may attend twice before they are required to become members. Reservations: (Luncheons tab)  or



·        Rep. Gosar Announces 2014 Easter Card Competition Winners

·        Gosar Targets Administration's Wasteful Spending

·        “Ghost Town Recons” Crowned Champion Of Flake’s Elite Eight Of Waste

·        Protecting Your Home From Wildfire

·        McCain: President-Not-Leading-On-Ukraine

·        Maricopa-County-Real-Estate-Taxes-Soon-To-Be-Calculated-Differently

·        Online-Security-Flaw-Exposes-Millions-Of-Passwords

·        Tempe-Town-Lake-Dam-To-Be-Replaced-This-Summer

·        Phx Weather: Warming This Week

·        Shortage-Limes-Squeezes-Phoenix-Area-Bars

·        Rocket-Science-House-Conservative-Targets-NASAs-$3M-Spent-To-Find-Intelligent-Life-In-Congress

·        DOJ-Sought-Scapegoat-For-Fast-And-Furious-Former-Arizona-US-Attorney-Says

·        Kwasman Addresses Mingus Mtn And Verde Valley Republicans Trunk-N-Tusk In Sedona

·        Power To The People? Whitehouse.Gov Petition Seeks To Give Alaska Back To Russia

·        White, Middle-Aged, Heterosexual Males: America’s Newest Minority Group

·        One-Big-Gas-Distraction

·        Arrests-Signal-Growing-Insider-Threat-From-Muslim-Soldiers   Jihadist 5th Column Targets The Military

·        Responses-To-All-Ignored-Arizona-Abuse-Reports

·        Foot-Fetish-Predator-Targets-Valley-Real-Estate-Agents

·        Video-Captures-Airborne-Smuggling-Operation

·        Rush-Limbaugh-To-Get-2nd-Cochlear-Implant

·        Car-Tipping-Vandals-Target-Compact-Smart-Cars

·        $300K Worth Of Meth Found At Border

·        Study: Americans Most Ignorant Of Where Ukraine Is Located Are Also Most Willing To Send U.S. Troops There

·        State-Law-Keeps-Some-Tax-Credits-Secret

·        Union-Launches-Sky-Harbor-Airport-Shuttle-Strike

·        Valley-Leaders-Make-Push-To-Bring-Final-Four-To-AZ

·        Grocery-Prices-Increase-Save-Money-With-These-Tips

·        First 90-Degree Day Of The Year; Hotter Days Ahead

·         End Of Windows Xp Support Spells Trouble For Some

·        Appeals Panel Could Lift Ariz. Abortion Rules Block

·        Arizona Eyes Changes Of Behavioral Health Services

·        Editorial: Tom-Horne-Kidding, Right?




·        Pullen: Qualifications Galore

·        Kwasman Revs Up Sedona


·        Special Interests Bullying Innovative Competitors

·        Americans For Prosperity: Congress And President Are Shortening The Fuse


·        Scott "Light Rail" Smith Uses Funding Scheme That Avoids Public Vote

·        Building the Machine: The Common Core Documentary


·        Gila-Watch-Welcomes-Patrick-Omalley-Contributing-Editor

·        Reminder: East Valley Gubernatorial Candidate Forum: April 10, 7 Pm

·        Peter Schiff Ridiculed In August 2006 When He Predicted The Recession Of 2007


·        Matt Salmon Promotes School Choice And SNAP ID Laws.

·        Paul Gosar Targets Protecting Privacy And Welfare


·        Is GOP Establishment-Finally-In For A Rude-Awakening  


·        Westboro Baptist Visits Moore OK For 3rd Time: “Shagged Tail” After 10 Minutes Or Less: Champagne On Sale – “Not A Coincidence”

·        Ted Cruz: We’re A Nation Of “Immigrants” And A Nation Of “Rule Of Law:” Who Crafted Law Not Making Border-Creep A Felony?

·        Muslim Persecution Of Christians, December, 2013

·        Whoa! Eric Holder To Louie Gohmert: “Buddy, You Don’t Want To Go There” – Gohmert: I Don’t Need Lectures From You


·        Tax Dodger Charles Rangel Now Dodging Rent; Taxpayers To The Rescue



·        Ted Cruz: We’re A Nation Of “Immigrants” And A Nation Of “Rule Of Law:” Who Crafted Law Not Making Border-Creep A Felony?

·        Jeb Bush Is Saying What About Immigration?

·        Video-Captures-Airborne-Smuggling-Operation

·        Dennis Burke Should Be Further Sanctioned, Not Celebrated For Lying To Brian Terry's Family

·        DHS Document: 68,000 Illegals With Criminal Convictions Released In 2013      Get Full Report 8 Page Report

·        Images Reveal Dangers Facing BP From Rock-Throwers

·        Additional Border Patrol Agents Not Enough To Beat Smugglers

·        US Unearths Sophisticated Border Drug Tunnels

·        MX Confirms Confrontation With AZ BP Agents  MX Soldiers, Who Misidentified Themselves To Border Agents, Claimed To Be Pursuing Drug Smugglers

·        Issa To ATF Head: Why Are Major Fast And Furious Players Still Working At Agency?

·        Unsecured Border Encourages Child Victimization, Says Former BP Org

·        Another Month Of Violence/Vigilants In Michoacan, MX

·        Narco-Cities: Mexico And Beyond


·        Eric-Holder-Discusses The Future Of Your 2nd Amendment Rights    The New Anti-Gun Talking Point?

·        Vermont Activists Blow Cover On Gun Confiscation Bill


·        Ted-Cruz: Republicans-Need-Strong-Conservative-Candidate-To Win

·        Mark Levin: “I Want To Tell You Something That I’m Ashamed Of And Disgusted About…”


·        Charles Rangel Just Cost NY Taxpayers $87K Because He Wouldn’t Pay His Rent

·        Divorce-Reveals-Shocking-Accusations-Prominent-Democrat

·        Sharpton Blasts Portrayal Of Him As FBI Snitch


·        NSA Whistle-Blower Snowden Did Try Government Protocol First, But Also Took Steps To Avoid Being Abused Like His Predecessors


·        ‘I Want To Know Who Is Going To Jail’   Boehner Weighs In On The IRS Scandal


·        Holder-Explodes-During Hearing

·        'You Don't Want To Go There': Holder Tangles With GOP Rep At Hearing  Holder Got Into A Heated Argument With A Republican Congressman Tuesday Over The Still-Pending Contempt Case Against Him.


·        Former-AG-Mukasey-On-Calls-For-Select-Committee-On-Benghazi


·        Why Do Police-Need-Unstoppable-Military-Vehicle?

·        Admirals-Admission-Obama-Told-Us-Support-Gays-In-Military-Or-Quit

·        Fort Hood, Gun-Free Zones And ‘Progressive’ Insanity

·        US Options To Curb Russia On Ukraine: Boots On The Ground In Poland?

·         Arrests-Signal-Growing-Insider-Threat-From-Muslim-Soldiers   Jihadist 5th Column Targets The Military


·        Hillary-Struggles-To List-Accomplishments During-Tenure-As Secretary-State


·        Muslims-Divided-On-Presbyterian-Easter-Egg-Hunt


·        Men-Average-$11,505-Higher-Salary-Than-Women-In-Dick-Durbins-Senate-Office

·        Mark Levin: Obama Uses Women More Than Any Man That I’m Aware Of…

·        WH Demands 'Equal Pay For Women,' Pays Own Female Employees Less Than Men

·        Carney-Snaps-At Reporter-Questioning-77-Cent-Stat ‘From-Reuters,-I-Expect-Something-Little-More Precise'

·        On CBS This Morning, Reporter Major Garrett Noted, "The White House Is Getting … Roughed Up By Its Own Pay Equity Rhetoric. An Analysis Of White House Salaries, Which Nobody Here Disputes, Shows That The Median Income Of Female Staffers Is 88 Percent Of That Of Male Staffers." Cnn's John King Described It As "A Textbook Case ... Of Do As I Say, Not As I Do."  By The Way, This Hypocrisy Is Nothing New. Women On Obama's Senate Staff Earned Less Than Their Male Counterparts.


·        Detroit-Police-Arrest-4-In-Brutal-Beating-Of-White-Truck-Driver

·        Muslims-Divided-On-Presbyterian-Easter-Egg-Hunt

·        Detroit Driver Clings To Life, Beaten By Mob After Accidentally Running Down 10-Year-Old


·        Holder-Explodes-During Hearing

·        Congressman-Refuses-To-Question-Holder-Suggests-He-Should-Be-In-Jail

·        Gowdy: You Don’t Have Discretion On Whether To Follow The Law Or Not… Holder: I Disagree…


·        Dems Seek To Demonize Justices

·        Retiring Employee Describes Sec As Nothing More Than ‘A Tollbooth On The Bankster Turnpike’

·        The Smoking Gun Posts Documents On The Rev. Al Sharpton’s Work As FBI Informant


·        Supreme Court Declines To Hear Appeal From Photographers Who Wouldn’t Work Same-Sex Ceremony


·        Men-Average-$11,505-Higher-Salary-Than-Women-In-Dick-Durbins-Senate-Office

·        Holder-Explodes-During Hearing

·        Congressman-Refuses-To-Question-Holder-Suggests-He-Should-Be-In-Jail

·        Gowdy: You Don’t Have Discretion On Whether To Follow The Law Or Not… Holder: I Disagree…

·        Boehner: Lawmakers To Weigh Criminal Case Against Lerner For ‘Misleading The Congress’

·        Harry Reid Took Money From Koch Lobbyist

·        'You Don't Want To Go There': Holder Tangles With GOP Rep At Hearing  Holder Got Into A Heated Argument With A Republican Congressman Tuesday Over The Still-Pending Contempt Case Against Him.

·        Cantor Undermining Hensarling Riles Conservatives Suspicious Of His Motives

·        Dem-Senator-Barbara-Boxer-Literally-Sprints-Avoid-Viagra-Question

·        ‘I Want To Know Who Is Going To Jail’ Boehner Weighs In On The IRS Scandal

·        Rand Paul Accuses Dick Cheney Of Pushing Iraq War For Halliburton


·        23% Rate Obamacare A Success; 62% Think GOP Repeal  Likely

·        Tanning Salons Are Inspected More Than Abortion Clinics In New York

·        Rand-Study: Only-36%-Obamacare-Enrollees-Were-Previously-Uninsured


·        This Is How Kids Are Fighting Back Again Michelle’s Lunch Decrees


·        Common Core Teaches Adultery In 3rd Grade


·        TSA Travel Tips: Traveling With Portable Oxygen


·        Watch-Joe-Biden’s-Inappropriate-Awkward-Joke-Will-Make-Jaw-Drop


·        Will-Hubris-Sink-The-Dems

·        Obama-Fundraising-Texas-The Day-Of Fort-Hood-Memorial

·        Obama-Blames-Limbaugh-For-Caricature-Status   'There's That Gap Between Perceptions Of Me And The Reality'

·        Top 3 Ways Obama Has Left The World In Ruins

·        This Is How Kids Are Fighting Back Again Michelle’s Lunch Decrees

·        Cranky-Carney  WH Press Sec. Gets Testy When Confronted With Fact Obama Admin Is Botching Gender Pay Stats

·        Obama Administration Waffles On U.N. Nominee Who Helped Take U.S. Hostages In 1979

·        WH Demands 'Equal Pay For Women,' Pays Own Female Employees Less Than Men


·        Bo’s Booty May Have Been Booted From Saudi Arabia

·        Obama-Wants-Pay-33% More To -Un-And Intl-Groups

·        US Options To Curb Russia On Ukraine: Boots On The Ground In Poland?

·        Russian-Agents-To-Blame-For-Unrest-In-East-Ukraine

·        African-Diplomats-Shun-Black-Business-Owners