Thursday, March 12, 2015

3-12-15 Republican Briefs

MCRC Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser

Thursday, March 12, 2015


·       Correction: A KelliPAC has been formed for LD5 Sen Kelli Ward for her potential run against Sen John McCain in 2016.  The KelliPAC was not formed by Ward, as indicated in the March 8 and March 11 Briefs.  According to KelliPAC Treasurer Doug McKee is an Independent Expenditure Committee   independent of Ward’s committee/campaign.  KelliPAC is a SuperPAC that is set up to help Ward establish a ground network and financial pathway to assist her efforts in a run for the US Senate.  Ward is not directly connected to KelliPAC, according to McKee.  However, Ward is supportive and appreciative of their efforts.   Contact: Doug McKee, Treasurer KelliPAC  (855) 241-9991.


·       And speaking of KelliPAC, Doug McKee will travel all over the state to talk to LDs, groups and organizations.  Book him at  (855) 241-9991.


·       Reports Are Coming In Of The Success Of Tonight’s Woman2Woman event with about 100 in attendance. Lots of yummy Hors d'oeuvres and other goodies, along with a well-planned program.   Sandra Day O'Connor, Jane Lynch, Ann Lynch, Helen Gangloff, Carole Crocker, Helen Purcell, Ashley Bunch, Diane Ortiz Paarsons, Carole Joyce, Martha McSally and Gabby Saucedo–Mercer were a few of the ladies spotted in the crowd.  Way to go ladies!


·       A Cruisin’ With Bill Gates North 32nd Community Event is scheduled between 8 am and noon, Sat., March 21 on the NE corner of 32nd St/Shea Blvd in

ü  8 am - Noon: Local Business Open Booths

ü  8 -9 am: Registration & Refreshments, Bike Rodeo & Car Seat Safety Check

ü   9 am: Bike Raffle Giveaway

ü  9-10 am:Community Bike Ride

ü  10am - Noon:  Open Booths

ü  Bike Helmets (ages 5-18 while supplies last)

For a complete list of booths, visit


·       Governor Doug Ducey Today Signed Arizona's Balanced Budget - a bipartisan, values-based spending plan that puts Arizona on a path toward structural balance for the first time since 2007 while protecting vital areas like K-12, child safety, public safety and our most vulnerable. "This is the job Arizonans hired us for, and I'm proud we were able to get it done in a responsible, swift and bipartisan manner," said Ducey. "This budget reflects the priorities I ran on and addresses the problems I was elected to solve.  It restores much-needed fiscal responsibility to government by forcing the state to live within its means and stop spending money it doesn't have. It prioritizes education, with nearly half our overall budget going toward K-12 and universities. It protects classrooms, child safety, public safety and our most vulnerable populations. And it does all of this without raising taxes on the citizens of Arizona. I'm grateful for the Legislature's efforts to get this done, and done right."


·       Maricopa County Republican Activist Joe Hobbs is circulating a resolution to Censure the Federal Communication Commission for its takeover of the Internet. Hobbs encourages clubs, LDs, and other civic groups to sign on to his resolution. Download at    Contact Hobbs are 480-381-2380


·       Congressman Trent Franks annual golf and spring training fundraiser is scheduled March 20 and 21 in Phoenix. March 20 – 1 pm Tee time at the Arizona Biltmore, followed by a reception/dinner at 6 pm. Speaker to be announced.  Saturday, March21 – 1.05 pm, Spring Training Baseball game and lunch buffet (Camelback Ranch Royals vs White Sox). Limited number od discount rate rooms at the Biltmore Resort available.  Golf – $1,000. Dinner – $1,000. Baseball - $500 or weekend pass for all events - $2,000 per person. RSVP: (623) 561-8060 or


·       About 80 PCs from LDs 24 And 28 gathered at Vincent’s on Camelback last night for the presentation of  “fun” awards to some of their precinct committeemen. Scottsdale Mayor  Jim Lane present awards to LD24 Chairman Ken Bennett and LD28 Chairman Vernon Parker. In addition to recognition certificates, Bennett also gave each award winner a Copper coin one side in color with the SOS name and emblem and on the flip side is the State of Arizona Seal in Copper.

ü  LD 28 Awards signed by Chairman Parker were presented to Bernard Kirk,  Jeanette Kirk, Randy Pullen, Elaine Gangluff, Ephram Cordova,  Rep  Kate Brophy McGee, Former US Vice President Ben Quayle, Hon.  Mary Hamway, Lisa Parker, George Garbell, Shawnna Bolick, Shannon Barthelemy, Rick Smith, County Recorder Helen Purcell, Scott O’Connor, Lori Galvin, Travis Junion, Henry Hyde, Walter Dudley, Tom Haney,  Karen Green, Michael Green, Russ Warner, Scott Celley, Roger Marce, Vicki Marce, Karrin Taylor, John Anson, House Speaker Adam Driggs, Lenore Driggs, Gail Driggs, John Owens, Norris Nordvold, Frank Rivera, Mary Fish, Charlotte Reed, Susan Shepherdson, Sally Geyer, Bill Cheatham, Debbie Cheatham, Carolyn Berta, Matt Morales, Hon. Pam Kirby, Kim Hartmann, Hon. Jini Simpson, Robert Bogart, John Jarvis, James Ashley, Mac Magruder, Lynn Hopkins, George Teegarden and Barbara Espinosa, celebrity blogger from LD23.

ü  LD24 Awards signed by LD24 Chairman Bennett were presented to Carol Crockett, Wendy Anderton, Heather Ayres, Hon. Barry Wong, Armand Verdone, David Ludwig, Jinny Ludwig, Martha Ludwig, Carole Joyce, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith, Paul Smith, Tristan Manos, Kathy Evans, Rep Tony Rivero, Travis Redwine, former Californa Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr.,  Joe Abate, Michael Rubinoff, George Cuprak, Brian Kaufman and a special ‘For Dedicated Service Above The Call!’  Award to Frosty Taylor, Briefs editor from LD13.  

Others in attendance included  Patricia and Jasper Hawkins, Clint Bolick, Joel Barthelemy, Eveline Hyde, Marty Spouse, Robin Owens, Paul and Rita Barnes, Donna Smith, and Shiree Verdone.


·       Congresswoman Martha McSally will hold a town hall at 8:30 am, Fri., March 13  with students from Presidio High School in Tucson.  Between 9-10 am, students will tour the C-SPAN bus, an interactive multi-media learning center that brings C-SPAN’s coverage of public affairs to students and communities nationwide.


·       The Ahwatukee Republican Women's Club will meet (4th Tues) March 24.  (6:30 pm networking. 7 pm mtg)  at the Clarion Hotel,  5121 E. La Puente Ave. I-10 & Elliot Rd., Phx. Speaker: House Majoirity Leader Rep. Steve Montenegro.  Contact: President Debbie Smith or 480-616-9193


·       If You Missed Him On Thursday, Judicial Watch Director of Research and Investigations Chris Farrell again will appear on "The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson" on the Fox News Channel in the 2 pm ET Fri, March 13, regarding Judicial Watch's reopening of its lawsuit seeking information on top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. Because the Freedom of Information Act request at issue in this litigation included communications of Secretary Clinton and Ms. Abedin, Judicial Watch seeks to reopen this litigation to remedy the State Department's failure to retain, records-manage, and search for these records in Hillary's secret email cache.


·        The Surprise Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., April 7 to hear  A.J. LaFaro, National Director, Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) and Immediate Past Chairman of the  Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) address conservative principals, ballot harvesting, and closing Arizona primaries. LaFaro is an Air Force veteran, has a MIA in Finance, is a former Phillips Petroleum computer programmer, past Chairman LD17 Republican Committee, Chairman of Arizona Citizens Tired of Public Employee Unions and a Tempe Tea Party member. The meeting is scheduled in the Grand Canyon Room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West, For Map. The Surprise Tea Party normally meets the first Tues of the month. The next meetings are scheduled May 19 and June 2. Speakers tba.


·       The Maricopa Republican Club meets 7 pm., March 26 -4th Thursday – at the Villages Community Center at Ranch El Dorado 20991 Butterfield Maricopa.


·       The Casa Grande Fine Arts Explosion is scheduled March 14 and 15 in
Down Town Casa Grande at Peart Park.


·       Two Secret Service Agents drove their car through a crime scene the night that they apparently drove under the influence into White House barricades, according to officials. The Department of Homeland Security is investigating the incident.


·       They Were Shot... Because They Were Police Officers.’ Two Ferguson police officers were released from the hospital after a shooting early Thursday outside the police station. The chief of St. Louis County police called the incident an “ambush,” as police continue to search for the suspects.


·       Gov Doug Ducey: When I took my oath of office, I pledged to submit a balanced budget to the Legislature every year in accordance with our state constitution. Last weekend the Legislature passed a balanced, bipartisan budget that protects Arizona's values and our citizens' pocketbooks. I'm especially proud of this plan because we managed to practice fiscal responsibility while increasing funds for our K-12 classrooms. This budget will bring meaningful and lasting change to our education system to help teachers teach and students learn. Watch what Jake Hoffman, a school board member in Higley Unified School District, is saying about our budget putting classrooms first.


·       The May 8 Tempe Republican Women’s  1920’s ‘speakeasy’ Cocktail Party tickets are available online. $25 for members, $30 for non-members and $35 for at-the-door registrants. Participants are asked to dress in prohibition era flapper wear.


·       Tempe Republican Women’s Club President Jessica Merrow reports a 41% increase in our membership since its first quarter report.


·       The AZ FRW Executive Committee will elect delegate-at-large for the Sept 11-13 NFRW convention during the May15-16 AZFRW meeting at the Mesa Hilton. If you wish to be a delegate to the national convention, then you must register and attend the May AZFRW Meeting, according to Tempe Republican Women’s President Jessica Merrow  480-306-2545.

·       Congressman Matt Salmon’s Legislative Update: This month, in addition to those passed by voice-vote, the House passed, and I voted in favor of, the following bills:

ü  H.R. 596, a bill to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and health care-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010

ü  H.R. 50, the Unfunded Mandates Information and Transparency Act of 2015

ü  H.R. 527, the the Small Business Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act of 2015

ü  S. 1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act

ü  H.R. 644, the Fighting Hunger Incentive Act of 2015

ü  H.R. 636, the America's Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2015

ü  H.R. 529, a bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to Improve 529 Plans


·       Tempe Republican Women will hold their first ‘Package From Home’ packing party of the year between 10:20 am- 12:30 pm., April 4. Donations should be brought to the March 23 monthly meeting.  Contact: President Jessica Merrow  480-306-2545.

·       Congressman Paul Gosar Townhalls

ü  March 13 – 1-4 pm, Staff in Yarnell, 22302 Hwy 89, Yarnell, AZ 85362.

ü  March 18 – 1-4 pm, Staff  at Mayer Fire Dept Adm, 11975 Hwy 89, Mayer, AZ 86333.

ü  March 19 – 9 am-noon, Staff at Apache Junction City Hall Conference Rm, Bldg D, 300 E Superstition Blvd., Apache Junction, AZ 85119.

ü  March 19 – 1-4 pm, Staff in Admin Conference Rm, 775 N Main St., Florence, AZ 85132.

ü  April 3 – 8 am, Coffee with the Congressman, Brownies Restaurant: 1145 South 4th Avenue, Yuma, AZ 85364.

ü  May 7 – 5:30 pm, Town Hall, City Hall Council Chambers: 1 City Plaza, Yuma, AZ 85364.

Website on Twitter @repgosar, or through Facebook at Representative Paul Gosar.


·       The Pinal County Republicans Booth will be open between March 18 and 22 at the Pinal County Fair Grounds.


·       The Tempe Republican Meetup is scheduled at 6:30 pm., March 19 at the Boulders on Broadway, 530 W Broadway Rd.  No speakers. No agenda. Just good food, good fun, good people.


·       Jose Borrajero’s  AZRRT Call To Action And Activity Report 150306 - 2115  Weekly update on what’s happening at the Arizona legislature.  Fresh post every Friday.


·       Updates On AZ Firearms Bills: See AzCDL


·       Latest Actions On Bills:


·       If You Are Trying To Contact Gov Doug Ducey submit your message on the online form at:  Call Phoenix: 602-542-4331 and Tucson: 520-628-6580.  Mail letters to  Gov Doug Ducey, Executive Tower, 1700 W Washington Street; Phoenix, Arizona 85007 or


·       The Tempe Republican Women’s March 20 and 21 garage sale is scheduled from 7 am to 4 pm each day. Details tba.


·       The weekly Freedom Report to grassroots activists on free market oriented legislation s conducted at 10 am, every Friday. To participate in Friday's Freedom Call - Dial (712) 775-7031, then type: 421-127-730#.  See


·       Upcoming Maricopa County Parks Wildflower Programs schedule:

ü  March 13, noon, Wild about Wildflowers - San Tan Mountain Regional Park

ü  March 14, 9 am, Wildflower Walk - Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area.

ü  Participants are encouraged to bring plant books and cameras on the hikes. Trails used vary from week to week depending upon the abundance and variety of wildflowers.





·       LD17 Will Host A Voter Registration Tent at the Ostrich Festival the evenings of March 13 and 14, plus all day March 15.


·       The Graham County Republican Committee will meet at noon March 13 in the  Manor House Glass Room, 415 E. Highway 70, Safford. No cost to attend. Lunch is available for purchase.


·       An Arizona Corporation Commission staff meeting is scheduled at 11 am, Fri., March 13. Staff Meeting.



·       LD27 Is Hosting A ‘Patriots In The Park Community Gathering’ between 11 am-5 pm, Sat., March 14 at El Reposo Park, 502 E. Alta Vista Road   Phoenix, AZ  85042 -- featuring free food, raffles and fun for all. Bring 5 canned food items to donate for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul . Contact our South Mountain Precinct Committeemen  to purchase a 50/50 Raffle Ticket. Event contacts:  Chairman Ron Harders at 1st VC Jose Tello at  or 2nd VC Chris Morrill at


·       The Paradise Republican Women will meet for  lunch Sat., March 14 at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 with Clint Bolick, Vice-President of litigation at Goldwater Insistue and co-author of ‘Immigration Wars’ with Jeb Bush.  10:30 am social.  11 am program.  $30 per person.  Reservations/checks to PRWC , PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267. RSVP by Thurs., March 12. 


·       LD 9 Will Meet At 9 AM On Sat, March 14 at La Paloma Urgent Care, 4001 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson, 85718. Speakers will be Nick Dranius and Rep. Mark Finchem. Contact Chr Brad Johns


·       Clint Bolick, VP of Litigation for the  Goldwater Institute and Co-Author of Immigration Wars with Jeb Bush will address the Paradise Republican Women at their March 14 luncheon at Gainey Ranch Golf Club, 7600 E Gainey Club Dr., Scottsdale. 10:30 am social. 11 am lunch. $30 per person. RSVP by March 12.


·       Volunteers Are Needed March 14 And 15 by the NRA-ILA for the Mesa Gun Show to man booths starting at 9 am in Centennial Hall, 201 N Center St., Mesa. Contact: Michael Horanburg · 505-261-2087


·       Harry Plummer, Headmaster of Ville de Marie Academy, will address ‘Common Core’ at the Sat., March 14 Pro-Life Inter-Faith Conference . Register  or ~ Call:  480-216-7217.


·       The AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance Pro-Life Inter-Faith Conference is scheduled from 9 am-3 pm., Sat., March 14 the at the Windemere  Conference Center, 5750 E. Main Street, Mesa. Speaker Fr. Andrew Kemberling will address the hard truths about Socialism and its Incompatibility with Christianity. Others confirmed speakers include Maricopa County Sheriff  Joe Arpaio,  Priests for Life Director Father Frank Pavone, Light of Hope Institute Pastor C. T. Wright, Founder, Maricopa County Supervisor Steve Chucri,  Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Former Maricopa Co. Attorney Andrew Thomas, Founder & President AIFD Zuhdi Jasser, M.D., LD 25 Rep Justin Olson, LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro, and Frontline Fellowship Chairman Rev. Bill Bathman. Limited Seating. $35 – conference breakfast and buffet lunch. $45 – booth, conference, breakfast and lunch. Registration or  Information: 480-216-7217.



·       Volunteers Are Needed for the LD17 voter registration booth at the Ostrich Festival on Fri., March 13 from noon until 6 pm, Sat., March 14 from 10 am-6 pm, and Sun, March 15 from 10 am-6 pm at Tumbleweed Park. Map Here  Volunteers should contact Mike Tennant at 480-802-0178 or email



·       The Verde Valley Republican Women Luncheon is held the 3rd Wed of the month (March 18) at the Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa, 2250 E Hwy 89A, Sedona.  $17 each. Speaker: Drake Mitchell of the AZ Citizens Defense League will address gun owner registration. Verde Valley Fire Chief Nazih Hzaine will talk about fire safety. RSVP - Erma Sesek - 928-284-4248 or


·       The Palo Verde Republican Women Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., March 18th at the Grayhawk Golf Club, 8620 East Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale.  Social 11 am.  Lunch $25.  Frank Riggs, former California Congressman and current President/CEO of Scottsdale-based Joe Foss Institute will be the speaker.  RSVP: Contact Edith Stock, or call 480-298-7818 for reservations.



·       Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., March 19.


·       Nat'l Director of AZ Republican Assembly A J LaFaro will address “Ballot Harvesting, Stuffing, And Tampering And Closing The Republican Primaries” in Arizona at the 6 pm., Thur., March 19 Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma meeting at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95, Yuma.  LaFaro, who authored the “closed primary resolutions” passed by the AZGOP and Maricopa County Republican precinct committeemen at the January statutory meeting, is the immediate past chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee – aka the Republican Party of Maricopa County.  Contact: Chr Sally Kizer 928-210-1219   





·        E J Montini: Flake, At 52, Shows More Maturity Than Mccain At 78

·        Arizona-Legislature-Eyes-Four-Weeks-Work

·        Cox-Internet-Rolls Out Gigabit-High-Speed-To Phoenix

·        Laurie Roberts: Arizona Legislature Prepares To Declare Our Independence

·        Sheriff-Responds-To-Order-To-Remove-American-Flag-From-Courthouse; ‘You-Mess-With-My-Flag-The-Fight-Is-On-Baby

·        Ferguson-Mayor-Blasts-Holder-After-Cops-Shot   'We're Not Going To Roll Over' To Justice Department, He Says

·        MCSO-Gives-$10,000-To-Wounded-Officers

·        ASU-Prof-Shocked-To Be Target-Of Dems-Climate-Probe

·        Laurie Roberts: Dark-Money-Group-Praises-Ducey-Legislature

·        Critic Of Ariz Courts Claims Libel, Defamation In Suit

·        House-Approves-Anti-Common-Core-Bill

·        Arizona-Abortion-Debate-Lawmaker-Molested

·        Robert Robb: GOP-Lawmakers-Should-Revolt-Against-Budget-Process

·        Laurie Roberts: Perennial-Lieutenant-Governor-Bill-Is-Approved  Just What Arizona Needs… Another Elected Official

·        Maricopa-County-Hospital-Budget   Bil Bruno: Leaders Miss The Point Of My Criticism. The System Is Bleeding Red Ink, And They Keep Making Excuses For It.

·        Obama's Stuck In A VA Echo Chamber

·        Arpaio-Bans-Jodi-Arias-From-Video-To Visitation-Phone-Calls

·        Valley-Superintendent-Fights-To-Keep-Common-Core

·        Goodyear-Police-Shut-Down-Marijuana-Grow-Operation

·        Owners-Of-Gilbert-Kennel-Back-In-Court

·        Llamas-Owners-May-Not-Be-Following-Licensing-Requirements

·        Residents-Losing-Houses-In-Loop-202-Expansion

·        After-Schilling-Cyber-Bullying, Local-Expert-Offers-Advice-For-Parents

·        City-Of-Tucson-To-Prohibit-Sleeping-On-Sidewalks

·       71-Year-Old-Man-Beaten-On-Sun-City-Golf-Course

·        McSally Urges Halt to “Disproportionate” A-10 Cuts

·        McSally Continues to Hit the Ground Running During District Work Week

·        McCain Sponsors Bill To Enhance Background Checks For All Educators With Unsupervised Access To Children

·        McCain On Senate Intelligence Committee Approval Of Cybersecurity Legislation

·        McCain On Southcom Commander’s Warnings About Threat Of Sequestration To U.S. Border Security

·        McCain: AG Nominee Unfit Because She Supports Obama’s Executive Action

·        Net Neutrality And Global Control: Something-Monstrous-Is-Being-Hidden-From-The-Public-Eye-A-Must-Know-Secret-Exposed-Please-Read-Before-Its-Too-Late

·        Dc Testimony: Melvin Part Of Group Of Top Copes To Testify Before Federal Task Force

·        Peoria School District Considers 4 Day Week

·        Some-Harley-Motorcycles-Plagued-By-Death-Wobble

·        Open-Sexual-Deviant-I've-Been-Indoctrinating-Americas-Kids-To-Be-Sodomites-And-I-Lied-About-It-Am-Not-Sorry

·        Speeding Less Than 10 Mph Over Limit Would Cost Less Under Bill

·        Chandler Police Department Has A New Form Of Non-Emergency Contact

·        Bill Would Allow Dyslexic Kids Exemptions From Move On When Reading Law

·        School Nursing Jobs Could Be Cut By Education Budget

·        Public Run Out Of New York City Council Meeting After ‘Black Lives Matter’ Protesters Cause Disruption

·        Groundbreaking Outside State Capitol For Memorial To Fallen Firefighters

·        Wildflowers Drawing Visitors To Arizona Parks After Wet Winter

·        Zoning Delay Announced For Medical Marijuana Operation

·        Kids’ Letters Press Group’s Claim That GOP Budget Cuts Too Deep



·        Nat’l ID Card: Hypocrisy Reigns At Arizona Republic

·        GOP 2016 Hopefuls Engage On Issues In Iowa

·        Hillary Fails To Put Lid On Email Scandal, Meets Legal Resistance


·        Costs And Tax Increase Are A Train Wreck For Phoenix Transportation Plan

·        Darth Flake: Flake Joins Obama And Clinton In Attacking GOP Senators


·        HB2190 Wins In AZ House - Crony Capitalism And Federal Overreach Lose Important Battle

·        A Mom Stands Up Against Common Core And They Smile. When She’s Done, They’re Not Smiling Anymore.

·        HB2190 Press Conference Thursday, March 12, 1PM AZ Capitol

·        HB2190 - Repeal/Replace Common Core Passes In The House


·        Review-Of-American-Sniper

·        Arizona-House-Republicans-Violate-US And State Constitutions

·        Illegal-Drugs-Entering-Arizona-Stopped At Checkpoint

·        Ducey Still Spinning Budgets Cuts To Education And AHCCCS

·        Only-In-America-Flag-Offends-People-But Benefits Don't


·        Hypocrisy Warning

·        Standing Around

·        Perhaps Not The Best Message...


·        China! Will America Win The Trade War?


·        Hillary Has Not Answered What Criteria Was Used To Decide What Is A Private Or Public Issue


·        Barack-Obama-A-Man-For-The-Ages


·        Obama To Use U.N. To Ram Through Iran Deal, Pretend It Allows Him To Ignore Constitution


·         “Hey, Leftist Hypocrites, You Want To Talk About ‘Treasonous’? Explain This”

·        Tragic Mistake: Jordanian Pilot Burned By ISIS Was Shot Down By Friendly Fire


·        Watchers of Weasels Nominations – Delete to the Beat Edition

·        Veterans: Robin Paul Receives Salary Of $80K + Bonus, But Mocks Vet Suicide



·        Maricopa County Republican Committee ByLaws   2014


·        AZGOP financial reports filed/ AZ Sec of State 

·        FEC Filing Updated/Current AZGOP Financials Info

·        Arizona_Republican_Party_Bylaws


·        GOP-Video-Shreds-Hillary-Clintons-Claim-Of-Being-Most-Transparent-Person-In-Public-Life

·        RNC: Clintons-Press-Conference-Left-More-Questions-Than-Answers


·        Critics Of GOP Letter To Iran Need To Relax

·        GOP-Double-Cross-Ensures-A-Dem-Prez-In-2016

·        Republicans-Cast-A-Wary-Eye-At-New-Round-In-Immigration-Fight


·        Another Email We’ll Never See: The Army’s Report On Bowe Bergdahl


·        Clinton Email Scandal Intensifies As Benghazi Investigators Find ‘Huge Gaps’

·        Benghazi Chairman Insists Clinton Must Testify Twice


·        American With Ebola To Be Treated At National Institutes Of Health


·        Secrets Of Mexico's Drug War

·        Los Rojos Leave Message With Decapitated Guerrero Mayoral Candidate

·        Nogales Cbp Officers Seize $1.2million Worth Ofmarijuana

·        Federal Judge Orders Investigation Into Obama Administration’s Illegal Amnesty

·        Central Americans Apprehended By Mexican Immigration  In Less Than 24 Hours In The Northern Border Area Of Piedras Negras, Coahuila.  All Were From Guatemala, Honduras And El Salvador And Had Arrived In The Border Area By Bus.

·        Widespread Torture In MX Report May Be Faulty  , But Should Be Taken Seriously Despite Federal Disagreement With The Diagnosis.

·        G.U. Turncoats: 'Sierra Unida' Group Cleans Up Iguala Plaza For 'Los Rojos'

·        Three-Arrested-In Nogales-$116k-In Hard-Drugs-Seized

·        Calling All Whistleblowers: Mexico Leaks Hopes To Find The ‘Mexican Snowden’

·        Terror In Coahuila: Up To 300 Disappeared In Mexico’s Forgotten Massacre

·        NACO CBP Officers Seize $30k In Marijuana

·        Remember 1986

·        Borderland Beat

·        AZ Border Defenders     Updated Daily

·        Need2No    Border News Watch  


·        Obama: 2nd Amendment Responsible For High Homicide Rates

·        Dems-Push-ATF-To-Revive-Bullet-Ban


·        Former-Intelligence-Officer-The-Utter-Stupidity-Of-Hillary-Actions


·        If-You-Need-Help-From-Obamas-Air-Force; Well-God-Help-You

·        Navy Creates A Drone That Looks Like A Shark!

·        Out Of Control: Air Force Bans Blessings After Atheist Group Complains


·        It Isn't The E-Mails, It's The Corruption: Congress Has To Find All The Facts


·        DOJ Attorneys Tell District Court Amnesty Benefits Are Legal, Temporary — Other Officials Say The Opposite

·        Justice Department Takes Credit For Second Operation Choke Point Settlement


·        Dems Block Bill To Help Human Trafficking Victims Because It Won’t Fund Abortions


·        Democrats Are Bullish On Retaking Senate

·        Dem Hopeful Martin O’Malley Takes Swipe At Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail Scandal


·        CBS Admits Hillary Clinton’s Press Conference Raises “Uncomfortable Questions”

·        LOL: Jon Stewart Skewers Hillary’s Email Excuses


·        Internet Police: Move Over FCC, FTC To Regulate Web Ads


·        Judge-Orders-Hearing-After-Obama-Admin-Grants-100000-Illegals-Work-Permits


·        No One Knows The Size Of The Government’s Contracted Workforce

·        Federal Judge Orders Investigation Into Obama Administration’s Illegal Amnesty


·        Here's What GOP Presidential Hopefuls Think About Tom Cotton's Letter To Iran

·        When Potential 2016 Candidates Could Announce Their Run

·        GOP-Double-Cross-Ensures-A-Dem-Prez-In-2016


·        Bush Severs Final Corporate Ties, Clearing The Path For A 2016 Bid


·        Is It Too Early To Dismiss Chris Christie?


·        Hillary’s-Other-Presser-Problem; She-Was-Utterly-Unlikable

·        Clinton Required To Sign Document Claiming She Turned Over E-Mails In 2013.  Did She?

·        Hackers Hit Clinton Server, Cite Security Lapses