Saturday, November 15, 2014

11-15-14 MCRC Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


November 15, 2014


·       To All MCRC Precinct Committeemen Interested In Running For A MCRC Executive Office: Chairman, 1st Vice Chairman, 2nd Vice Chairman, Secretary or Treasurer. In accordance with the 2014 MCRC Continuing Bylaws, you must send a "Letter of Intent" by 5 pm, Dec 6, via e-mail to Chairman LaFaro at Even if you're possibly running as a member of a slate, you must e-mail your "Letter of Intent" separately. - - A. J. LaFaro,   Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC)


·       Anthem-Veterans-Memorial  One of Arizona’s best kept secrets is the beautiful Veteran’s Memorial located in Anthem, north of Phoenix – just off  I-17.  Designed by Anthem resident Renee Palmer-Jones, The five marble pillars represent the five branches of the US. Anthem resident and Chief Engineer Jim Martin aligned the pillars so that at precisely 11:11 am on Veterans Day, the sun’s rays will pass through each of the pillars’ elliptical openings to illuminate a glass mosaic medallion of the US seal. The AVM can be found in the Anthem Community Park,  41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem. Park hours 6 Am-10 Pm, Monday-Sunday.


·       MCRC Chairman A.J. LaFaro: The number of State Committeemen allowed  per Legislative District (LD) are based on the Precinct Committeemen elected or deemed elected in the Aug 26, 2014 Primary.  Listed below are the numbers that each of your LDs should use for selecting State Committeemen for the upcoming Jan 10, 2015 meeting. - A. J. LaFaro, Chairman, Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC)

             LD       PCs       State Comm

             1          118                  39

             4          17                    6

             12        208                  69

             13        89                    30

             15        154                  51

             16        109                  36

             17        207                  69

             18        179                  60

             19        26                    9

             20        114                  38

             21        102                  34

             22        159                  53

             23        337                  112

             24        126                  42

             25        324                  108

             26        74                    25

             27        34                    11

             28        315                  105

             29        31                    10

             30        48                    16

Totals               2,771               923


·       ATTN LD Chairman:  As you elect new officers and state committeemen, please forward the list of new officers/state committeemen to MCRC Communications Chairman Frosty Taylor at or  so we can update communications records.


·       Nov 4 General Election results:   or  http://Secretary of State Elections results/ 


·       Editor’s Note:  Maricopa County Republican Officer candidates – please hold your announcements to a maximum of 300 words. Those running over will be edited.


·       The Arizona National Guard’s first community open house and Soldiers and Airmen muster in a mass military formation on the field will be held at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe at 11 am, Sun., Dec 7 (Pearl Harbor Day).  Open to the public, the event will honor the service and sacrifice of Arizona’s military families during the last 13 years of conflict and will recognize the state’s veteran and military support community. “Throughout wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the longest in American history, service members have placed their personal lives, and often civilian careers, on hold to go into harm’s way to defend freedom,” said Maj. General Michael McGuire. “I am proud of each Soldier and Airman who voluntarily serves our state and nation, and the time has come to recognize them.” Stadium gates open at 9:30 am. Admission free. The muster ceremony, a Guard tradition dating back to the first muster of the colonial militia in 1636, is scheduled from 11 am – noon;  followed by the community expo adjacent to the stadium from noon – 4 pm. The expo will feature food, live entertainment, attractions, children’s activities, information booths, a job fair and more. Arizona’s Army and Air National Guard, a force of more than 7,500 Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen, have supported more than 10,000 individual deployments to overseas contingency operations since Sept. 11, 2001.


·       Tempe Republican Women car-pooled their donations to Packages from Home this morning to pack boxes for the soldiers.


·       The Cobre Valley Republican Club will meet at 9:30 am, Thurs., Nov 20 at Republican Headquarters, 424 N. Broad Street in Globe, according to President Judy Alexander. They will be discussing the election outcome, planning a Christmas Potluck And Future Fundraisers. Coffee and goodies. Contact: Chr Cobrevalleyrc@Gmail.Com  or 928-701-2195.


·       Tempe Republican Women Will Meet at 6:30 pm, Mon, Nov 17 at the Pyle Center, 655 E. Southern, with newly elected LD18 Rep Jill Norgaard. Discussion of the bylaws' amendments and election of new officers are also on the agenda. Attendees are asked to bring donations of books for Children's First  Academy.


·       Sarah Isgur Flores, a spokeswoman for the Republican National Committee, said increased interest in Elizabeth Warren showed that Democrats are “desperate to find an alternative to Hillary (Clinton) after her failed and expensive campaigning for vulnerable Democrats this year. I think they are “ready for...anybody else.”


·       Grassroots Action Will Announce A Major Grassroots Offensive against Obama's  amnesty efforts on Monday -- but leading to this announcement they  are asking voters to sign the national petition to "Stop Obama's Executive Amnesty".


·       AZ Project Chr Ron Ludders: Elections are about issues and personalities.   We have had the required primary and general election in a fair and equitable contest of ideas.  In both races the principles of Diane Douglas prevailed.  Like it or not, the results are in and now it's time to allow Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas do the job she was elected to do.  This nonsense about a recall is juvenile, illustrates the extreme that the left will go to just to have a last dying breath of a chance to change the will of the voters. It can't be done. There is a lot of growing up to do on the part of those wanting a recall. My advice,  Get Over It! – Arizona Project Chr Ron Ludders,


·       Arizona House of Representatives Speaker-elect David Gowan announces his selection of Committee Chairmanships for the 52nd Legislature. Collectively, the Chairs are critical for the advancement of meaningful public policy. “I am confident House Chairs will preside over their committees with distinction, and ensure the people of Arizona are thoughtfully served,” said Gowan. Committee hearings for the 52nd Legislature are open to the public and will be posted on the Legislature’s website,

o   Agriculture, Water and Lands – Rep Brenda Barton, LD-6

o   Appropriations – Rep Justin Olson, LD-25

o   Banking and Financial Services – Rep Kate Brophy McGee, LD-28

o   Children and Family Affairs – Rep John Allen, LD-15

o   Commerce – Rep Warren Petersen, LD-12

o   County and Municipal Affairs – Rep Doug Coleman, LD-16

o   Education – Rep Paul Boyer, LD-20

o   Elections – Rep Michelle Ugenti, LD-23

o   Energy, Environment and Natural Resources – Rep Frank Pratt, LD-8

o   Federalism and States' Rights – Rep Kelly Townsend, LD-16

o   Government and Higher Education – Rep Bob Thorpe, LD-6

o   Health – Rep Heather Carter, LD-15

o   Insurance – Rep Karen Fann, LD-1

o   Judiciary – Rep Eddie Farnsworth, LD-12

o   Military Affairs and Public Safety – Rep Sonny Borrelli, LD-5

o   Rules – Rep David Stevens, LD-14

o   Rural and Economic Development – Rep T.J. Shope, LD-8

o   Transportation and Infrastructure – Rep Rick Gray, LD-21

o   Ways and Means – Rep Darin Mitchell, LD-13

o   Speaker Pro Temporeo - Rep Bob Robson, R-Dist. 18.


·       The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Nov 17 at 3375 E Shea Blvd, Suite 2,  Phoenix, AZ 85028 for a round table discussion on several of Judge Jeanne's Fox News personal commentary. Plans for a Christmas Party and the next yard sale are also on the agenda. Items can be delivered between 0 am – 5 pm. Contact Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496


·       NRCC: At The Moment, Martha McSally Is Up 161 Votes and has momentum, but Democrats are contesting the validity of the election and fighting against the choice of Arizonans. This race is headed straight for a recount - which is bad news. We've got legal teams ready to fight for every last vote - but we don't have the resources to fund their efforts. Nancy Pelosi and Martha McSally's opponent, Ron Barber, will stop at nothing to win this race. We have to fully fund our recount efforts immediately to stop any potential illegal activity that could jeopardize the outcome of this race. If we don't hit our goal of $200,000 for our recount fund, we could lose this race. Don't stand idly by and let Democrats steal this victory from us - stand with us and fight back now.  Thank you.  -- The National Republican Congressional Committee


·       A Soldier With The Arizona Army National Guard’s 850th Military Police Battalion will receive a Purple Heart medal during a 1 pm, Nov 16 ceremony at Papago Park Military Reservation. Sgt. 1st Class Jasen Barcklay, then a corporal, was wounded during a mounted patrol on Sept. 2, 2005, while serving as a team leader for the 860th Military Police Company in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  After departing Abu Ghraib Iraqi Police Station to conduct a patrol, a vehicle borne improvised explosive device, or VBIED, detonated approximately 10 meters away from Barcklay’s Humvee.  The explosion was followed by an ambush consisting of small arms and rocket propelled grenade fire from insurgents. Barcklay’s squad returned fire and was able to suppress the enemy attack and secure the area.  Upon completion of the mission Barcklay was treated for ringing ears and stiffness in his back and neck. Later he was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.


·       The Republican National Committee (RNC) released a new web video entitled “#Grubering,” highlighting clips of ObamaCare comments made by Jonathan Gruber and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Gruber’s comments reveal Democrats violated the trust of voters. View video here  or download here .


·       The AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance’s ‘Fall for Life’ Wine-tasting & Silent Auction Fundraiser is scheduled between 7-9 pm, Sat., Nov 22 at the Red Mountain Ranch Country Club, 6425 E. Teton, Mesa. Special guests Rev Thomas J Olmsted, Sheriff Joe and Ava Arpaio, featuring Debbie Georgianni as Mistress of Ceremonies.  $50 donations pp. Cocktail attire. To Donate silent auction Items call 480-201-7198.   Register   Gold hosts include Steve Chucri, Andrew & Ann Thomas , Joe & Jinny Perron, Frank & Cathy Riggs, Diane Andersen,  Debbie  Perron-Tennant, Genny Jones,  Dave & Lori Urban, Michael & Suzanne Grishman, Carolyn McCorkle, Diane Andersen, Bernard & Haydee Dawson, St. Steven’s Respect Life,  Bonnie Waite, Aaron & Christine Accurso, Tony & Linda Rizzo,  John Bock  and Elaine Hughes.  Silver Hosts : Knights of Columbus  Council #3121 (2). Bronze Hosts: Deborrah Miller, Estelle Parmeter  and Rosemary Doyle.       


·       AzCDL Has Scheduled Gun Shows in NW Arizona.

o   Kingman November 22-23

o   Bullhead City Dec 6-7.

Volunteer for the Bullhead City show should contact Mark Spencer (520) 234-7204. Volunteer workers for the Kingman show should contact Dave Richardson at


·       Yavapai County Election Results Go here for election results.


·       AZ Heroes to  Hometowns Need Monetary Donations to purchase 2,400 grocery gift cards ($15)  for a turkey or ham for Thanksgiving dinner for injured/wounded troops, deployed military families, guard, reserves, and active duty military. Please consider helping those families that have done their part to fight for our freedom: Thank you in advance for your support of our wounded troops. Paypal link:  Contact: Kathy Pearce, Founder/CEO AZ Heroes to Hometowns 480.330.1632 or

·       Dates To Remember:

o   Jan10, 2015: Maricopa Co. Republican Committee Organizational Mtg, Grace Community Church, Tempe.

o   Jan 24, 2015: AZGOP Organizational Mtg



·       Organization Meetings Set:

o   LD1 – 7 pm mtg, Nov 17 at the North Gate Church, 23835 N. 7th St., Phx. Registration opens at 6 pm. Mtg at 7 pm. Contact Chr Cathy Schwanke

o   LD47 pm, Wed., Nov 19 at Estrella Foothills High School 13033 South Estrella Parkway in Goodyear. 6:30 pm – social. Contact:  LD4 Chr Fred Amator Chairman

o   LD 13 – 7 pm, Nov 18, 6 pm registration opens. PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Room, 16222 Clubhouse Dr., Goodyear. (Exit 126 off I-10, go N on PebbleCreek Parkway 2 miles to entrance on left - enter the Tuscany Falls gate off PebbleCreek Pkwy). Nominations are due to Nomination Committee Chair Bob Branch or by Nov 12. Branch is not running for re-election due to heavy work schedule.

o   LD17 – 7 pm, Nov 18, Reorganizational Meeting at the Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg, 2211 W. Germann Road., Chandler, AZ. Officer and State Committeemen will be elected.  Chairman Tyler Bowman 

o   LD19 – 7 pm, Nov 17. Location TBD. Contact: Chr Cherie Scott

o   LD 20  - 6:30 pm, Nov 17 at Washington Elementary School District Office, 4650 West Sweetwater Avenue, Glendale, AZ.   Sign in opens at 6 pm. Contact Chairman:

o   LD21   7 pm Weds., Nov. 19 at Talisman Hall, 10433 W. Talisman Road, Sun City, 85351. Credentials open 6:30pm, close at 7:15pm; Meeting 7pm.  Contact Chr Kevin Payne,

o   LD22   6:30 Pm, Mon., Nov 17 at the Westbrook Village Association Recreation Center, 19281 N. Westbrook Parkway,Peoria, AZ, 85382.  Greg Rucker is the Nominations Committee Chairman.  For further information contact First Vice Chair Tom Platt at 602-615-8470 or

o   LD23 7 pm, Thurs., Nov 20 atThe Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd, Fountain Hills, AZ.  Credentials open at 6 pm.  They will close at 7 pm.  At 7:15 pm, credentials will reopen for 10 minutes.  All PCs in LD23 who wish to participate in the meeting must be through the credentials by 7:30 in order to get a ballot to vote.

o   LD24 Thursday, November 20. Paul Smith Chr nominating committee. LD24 Chr Brian Kaufman  480 321 6947.

o   LD26  - 7 pm, Nov 25. Doors open at 6:30 pm,  meeting at 7pm. Location currently TBD. Contact: LD26 Secretary Chris Gidney   602-432-5438.

o   LD27 7 pm, Tues. Nov 18 at Jumbo Buffet, 3414 W. Southern Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85041. 6:30 pm – social.  Nominations for District Officers and State Committeemen should be submitted to Nominations Committee Chairman, Alice Lara,  Other inquiries should be addressed to Chairman Andrew Costanzo,

o   LD28  7 pm, Mon, Dec 1 at Madison School District Office, 5601 N. 16th St, Phx.  Chr Scott O’Connor  (602) 469-3850.


·       Call The White House (202) 456-1111  and your Senators or Representatives. Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, let’s hold them accountable.

o   Senator John McCain (R- AZ)           202-224-2235             202-228-2862

o   Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ)                202-224-4521             202-228-0515

o   Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1)                 202-225-3361             202-225-3462

o   Rep Ron Barber (D2)                         202-225-2542             202-225-0378            

o   Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3)                202-225-2435             202-225-1541

o   Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4)                      202-225-2315             202-226-9739

o   Rep Matt Salmon (R5)                       202-225-2635             202-226-4386

o   Rep David Schweikert (R6)               202-225-2190             202-225-0096

o   Rep Ed Pastor (D7)                            202-225-4065             202-225-1655

o   Rep Trent Franks (R8)                       202-225-4576             202-225-6328

o   Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9)                  202-225-9888             202-225-9731



·       ATTN: Candidates/LD leaders/Group Chairman:  If you have sent events or announcements to Briefs that have not been posted (except endorsements) or that I have not responded to, please resend them. Messages can be sent to  or  If I do not respond with “thx” within 24 hours, please resend – using one or all of the above e-dressses.  I’d rather get duplications than not receive your e-mails.





·       LD 20  - 6:30 pm, Nov 17 at Washington Elementary School District Office, 4650 West Sweetwater Avenue, Glendale, AZ.   Sign in opens at 6 pm. Contact Chairman:


·       LD19 Will Not Meet On Nov 10.  Their organizational meeting is scheduled at 7 pm, Nov 17 at a location to be announced.  – Cherie Scott


·       LD22 Has Scheduled Its Election Night At 6:30 Pm, Mon., Nov 17 at the Westbrook Village Association Recreation Center, 19281 N. Westbrook Parkway, Peoria, AZ, 85382.  Greg Rucker is the Nominations Committee Chairman.  For further information contact First Vice Chair Tom Platt at 602-615-8470 or


·       The Sun City Republican Club will discuss adding three more board members and changing their meeting location place for 2016 at their Nov 17 meeting. Winners of the Nov 4 General Election will be recognized.  The Nov 17 mtg starts at 7 pm, at the Sundial Center, 14801 N 103rdAve., Sun City, AZ 85351. Tickets will be available for the Mon., Dec 8  Christmas Party. $10 each.


·       The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Nov 17 at 3375 E Shea Blvd, Suite 2,  Phoenix, AZ 85028 for a round table discussion on several of Judge Jeanne's Fox News personal commentary. Plans for a Christmas Party and the next yard sale are also on the agenda. Items can be delivered between 0 am – 5 pm. Contact Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496



·       LD13 Is Conducting Its Reorganizational Meeting for election of officers and state committeemen at 7 pm, Tues., Nov 18 at the PebbleCreek Tuscany Falls Clubhouse – Chianti Room, 16222 Clubhouse Drive, Goodyear, AZ. 85395. Registrations open at 6 pm.


·       The LD17 Reorganizational Meeting will be held at 7 pm, Nov 18 at the Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg, 2211 W. Germann Road., Chandler, AZ. Officer and State Committeemen will be elected.  Chairman Tyler Bowman 


·       The Pima County Republican Club Luncheon starts at 11:30 am, Tues., Nov 18 at the Sabbar Shrine Temple, 450 S. Tucson Blvd., Tucson. Lunch $11. Speaker: Dr. Jane Orient.

·       The Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Nov 18 (3rd Tues) at the   Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd. (Palisades Blvd. & Golden Eagle Blvd.). Tara Nolan, a representative of the "Run, Ben, Run" organization promoting the possible candidacy of Dr Ben Carson in 2016, will address the group. Some local residents will share their personal stories about immigration. No admission. Donations accepted. Chr: Richard Rutkowski  or

·        The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will gather at 6:30 pm, Tues., Nov 18 at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza (Grand Canyon Rm), 14465 W. R H Johnson Blvd, to hear Sheriff Joe Arpaio address  immigration, veterans, tent city, and drug crackdown. www.surpriseteapartypatriots for more information.   Terry Rapp is slated to discuss Common Law Grand Juries at the Dec 2 mtg.

·       Bill Gates Coffee Chat is scheduled between 8-9 am, Tues., Nov 18 at Paradise Bakery, 375 E Bell Road, Phx, AZ 85022.  Coffee/pastries provided.  RSVP request for planning purposes to or call 602.262.7441. Cox Communications will address WiFi Hotspots.  Drop your old computers off at a Cox Solutions Store in recognition of National Recycling Day.


·       The Chandler, Sun Lakes and Gilbert Republicans will meet at 7 pm, Nov 18 in the   Tri-City Baptist Christian Seminary Bldg., (On the South Side of Parking Lot), 2211 W. Germann Road, Chandler, AZ  85286.  Contact: Chr  Tyler Bowyer 


·       The Chandler, Sun Lakes and Gilbert Republicans will not meet in December, according to Chairman Tyler Bowyer. 


·       Sold Out: The Republican Women of Prescott meet at 11:30 am, Nov 18 at the Prescott Resort, 1500 E. Hwy 69, Prescott. $17 per person. (Waiting list only, no walk-ins.)Program: Tribute to America's Veterans (Wear uniforms, medals and ribbons if possible) RSVP:  Elsie Tyree (928) 778-0235 or or Pam Calhoon at (928) 778-7157 or  Accepting $17 donations for a Veteran's lunch.


·       The YavGOP Executive Committee Meeting is scheduled at 5:30 pm at Republican Headquarters, Conference Room, 112B E. Union St., Prescott.


·       The Sun City Republican Club will meet  at  7 pm,  Nov17 at the  Sundial Center,  14801 N 103rd Ave., in  Sun City to discuss the Dec 8 Christmas party. 6:30 pm social.  Christmas party tickets are $10 each.


·       Campaign Signs and Literature Returned To The Yavapai County Republican Office will be donated for recycling by Mon., Nov 17 If Candidates Haven’t Retrieved By Then. Contact (928) 776-4500 with any instructions pertaining to the materials and signs. A few volunteers have offered to help take down the signs.  If you are interested, give the office a call.



·       LD4 Will Hold Its Organizational Meeting At 7 Pm, Wed., Nov 19. 6:30 pm social at the Estrella Foothills High School, 13033 South Estrella Parkway in Goodyear. New officers and state committeemen will be elected. Contact:  LD4 Chr Fred Amator Chairman


·       The Women’s Leadership Forum Of The NRA Luncheon is scheduled at noon, Wed., Nov 19 at the La Paloma Country Club, 3660 E Sunrise Drive (Entrance west of Resort, off Sunrise) in Tucson. Speaker: NRA Past President Sandy Froman will address the 2014 election and the road ahead.  Reception 11:14 am. Contact:


·       Pima County District 4 Supervisor Ray Carroll will address the Eastside Republican Club at 6:30 pm, Wed., Nov 19 at the Golf Links Library, Community Room, 9640 E Golf Links, Tucson.


·       Palo Verde Republican Women will meet for lunch at 11:30 am., Nov 19 at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 E. Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, to hear AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham on the latest issues facing the GOP.  11 am social. The cadets of Squadron 302, Deer Valley will present colors.  Frank Youdelman, Treasurer of the Tucson Fundraising Committee for the benefit of the new Fisher House, will be presented with a donation. RSVP Edith Stock, or call 480-298-7818.


·       The Verde Valley Republican Women will meet at 11 am, Nov 19 at the Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa, 2250 W. Hwy 89A, Sedona. Cost:  $17. Speaker: Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Masher. RSVP:  Erna (928) 284-4248 or


·       The Estrella Conservative Republican Club will meet at 7 pm., Nov 19 at Estrella Foothills H.S. Contact: Richard Newcomer   602-512-1340.


·       The Western Pinal Republican Club meets at 6 pm, Wed., Nov 19 at the Eva's Fine Mexican Food, 2033 N Pinal Ave, Casa Grande. Check in 5:30 pm. Tickets $10. 


·       Freedom Fire Lives  - Wed., Nov 19  Supreme Court Stimulation.  6:30 pm, at Burke Basic School, 131 S. Southern Ave., Mesa. $2 admission.



·       LD23 Will Meet Nov 20 in the Fountain Hills Learning Center. Sign in begins at 6 pm.  This meeting is on the 3rd Thursday.  By-laws for election of District Officers.


·       The LD24 Reorganization Meeting will be Thursday, November 20. Paul Smith is chairing the nominating committee. Brian Kaufman   480 321 6947


·       The Chino Valley Pachyderm will meet at 6 pm, Nov 20 at the Bonn Fire Restaurant, 1667 S. State Route 89, Chino Valley. RSVP:  Sue Goodchild at (928) 636-7355 or Limited Seating, Order from menu.



·       The AZ Republican Lawyers Assn will meet at 11:45 am, Fri., Nov 21 to hear Congressman David Schweikert at Polsinelli, One East Washington #1200, Phx.  $20 per member. $35 for non-members (payment at the door.  RSVP


November 22

·       The East Valley Pro-Life Alliance ‘Fall for Life’ Wine-Tasting  and Silent Auction Fundraiser is scheduled at 7 pm, Nov 22 at Red Mountain Ranch Country Club, 6521 E Teton, Mesa. $50 donation.  Cocktail attire. Register via website: or call 480-216-7217.


·       ATTN Teachers:  Do You Have Wildlife Education Resources or programs that you want to share with the public? The Arizona Game and Fish Department is hosting a Wildlife Education Resource Fair in conjunction with its annual Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center Open House from 10 am – 3 pm, Nov 22 and 23. Exhibit space is free and will include an 8 foot table and chairs. Space is limited! If you are interested in showcasing your resources, complete This Application Form and submit it via email to   Download the Event Flyer.





·        Warrant Out For Arrest Of Newly Elected Ariz. Legislator

·        Pinal Races Final - Finally

·        Flake-TO Senate; LET'S Share-Lunch

·        McCain On Receiving The “Peace Through Strength” Award At The Reagan National Defense Forum

·        Franks/Cruz Introduce "Sanction Iran, Safeguard America Act Of 2014"

·        Rep. Salmon Calls On Appropriators To Block Illegal Executive Actions On Immigration

·        Homeowner Catches Alleged Gun Thieves On Surveillance System; 100th Day In Sanctuary For Undocumented Woman

·        United Healthcare Jumping Into Arizona Marketplace

·        Arizona National Guard Soldier To Receive Purple Heart

·        Montini: Gray-Wolf-Grand-Canyon-North-Rim

·        Phoenix Weather: Coldest Temps Of The Season, Snow Head To Ariz.

·         U.S. Postal Employees Protest Changes

·        Phoenix Lands 2017 NCAA Men's Final Four

·        Phoenix-Councilman-Calls-For-Chiefs-Firing

·        Peoria-Police-Gives Out Impersonator-Warning

·        Arctic-Chill-Settles-Across-Upper-Midwest-Rockies

·        Navajo-Lawmakers-Approve-Junk-Food-Tax

·        FAA-Says-Flights-Misdirected-Over Phx Neighborhoods

·        Energy-Efficiency-Programs-Cut; Helped-Thousands-Consumers

·        Crossings-By Migrant-Kids-Remain-Low-Following-Surge

·        Robert Robb; GOP-Avoid-Big-No-No

·        Arizona-Child-Maltreatment-Deaths-Rise

·        Revisiting-Pipeline-Family-Divided

·        Legislature: State-Retain-Partisan-Makeup



·        Obama 2011: Executive Order On Amnesty “Not Appropriate”

·        Austin, Logan Flake Plead Not Guilty In Dog Deaths

·        Obamacare architect: Americans too stupid for truth


·        Who’s The Real Dunce


·        Queen Of Hearts Birdwell Loses Head Over Vote! .”

·        Gila County Republicans Rock! By Gary Morris

·        Do You Feel Safe? This Letter To The Editor, Written By Chairman Of The Gila County Republican Committee Gary Morris, Was Ignored By Payson Round-Up.

·        Your Second Amendment, By Bill Whittle


·        Gila County Republicans Rock! By Gary Morris

·        Do You Feel Safe?

·        Cobre Valley Republican Club Monthly Meeting: 11/20/2014


·        Kafka Smiles...

·        The Era of Big Polling is Over.

·        Clean Elections Working as Advertised

·        Montini Calls the Kettle Black

·        Here's Why They are Going Away

·        Don't Expect the Media to Cover this Dirty Trick

·        Clean Elections Working As Advertised

·        Montini Calls The Kettle Black


·        Mike Huckabee’s Extraordinary 10,000 Mile Journey Could Be The Key For Republicans In 2016

·       Honoring Individual Sacrifice On Veterans Day

·       Obama Might Have To Take A Page Out Of Bill Clinton’s Book If He’s Serious About Avoiding Impeachment


·        An Illegal Amnesty

·        A Strategy Of Defeat

·        An Anonymous Rebuttal

·        A Case Of Sabotage

·        Homeless Vets To Remain Homeless

·        Additional Article Of Impeachment


·        Freaky New-Age “Messiah” Makes An Appearance Or Better Yet Christian Antichrist / False Christ!? Just Who Is This Maitreya And Why You Need To Know Who He Is…


·        The-Heart-Of-The-RNC: The-Radical-Neanderthal-Core


·        “This Is What Revolutions Are Made Of…I’m Not Kidding”



·       Voters-Are-Giving-You-One-More-Chance-GOP. Don't Blow It!