Wednesday, March 25, 2015

3-24-15 Briefs

AZ Republican Briefs

Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


·       ATTN:  AZRRT CALL TO ACTION 150324-1000  Jose Borrajero’s  AZRRT Call To Action And Weekly Report  3-24-15 update  on HB2420 – Gov Doug Ducey’s request for an Inspector General that enables great power, but little accountability.



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Here are the provisions of this bill. If you think that it concentrates too much power on one individual without adequate oversight, then contact all senators and express your opposition. (this is a strike-all bill) Provisions


1.     Establishes the Office of the Inspector General and requires the Governor to appoint the Inspector General to serve at the pleasure of the Governor and report directly to the Governor.

2.     Requires the Inspector General to satisfy the following requirements:

a)      have at least 10 years of demonstrated ability in management analysis, public administration, investigations or criminal justice administration or other closely related disciplines; and

b)      not have held any political party office within two years immediately preceding the appointment.

3.      Requires the Inspector General to be selected without regard to political affiliation.

4.      Specifies that the Inspector General is eligible to receive compensation.

5.      Directs the Inspector General to perform the following powers and duties:

a)      examine and investigate the operations, management and affairs of state agencies;

b)      conduct investigations and examinations of contractors, subcontractors, grantees or subgrantees of state agencies regarding waste, fraud, abuse or allegations of criminal or civil wrongdoing that impact the state;

c)      periodically review policies and procedures, monitor operations and make recommendations for improvement of state government;

d)     receive complaints of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement and misconduct involving state agencies and determine whether investigation is warranted and establish a system for anonymous reporting; and

e)      submit an annual report that describes the efforts made by the office toward preventing and detecting criminal misconduct, fraud, waste and abuse in state government to the Governor and the Legislature and a copy to the Secretary of State.

6.      Requires the Inspector General, following any examination, review or audit, to allow the affected state agency an opportunity to provide comments before the release of a report and requires the annual report to include the response of state agencies, if any.

7.      Directs all officers and employees of state agencies to extend full cooperation and all reasonable assistance to the Inspector General.

8.      Specifies that the Office of the Inspector General may sue and be sued and that the Inspector General’s authority is subject to the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure.

9.      Allows the Inspector General to do the following:

a)      administer oaths and issue subpoenas to obtain testimony, records and other necessities to perform required duties; and

b)      apply to the appropriate court for enforcement of subpoenas or for sanctions for a party’s failure to comply.

     10.  Requires the Inspector General to have access to all nonprivileged records, information, electronically stored data, reports, plans, projections, matters, contracts, memoranda, correspondence and any other materials of a state agency.

11.  Establishes that the Inspector General is deemed to be an authorized representative and agent of each state agency for the following purposes:

a)      examining and investigating the records of all contractors, subcontractors, grantees or subgrantees of the state agency; and

b)      obtaining access to any records of the state agency in the possession of a third party, including bank account records.

12.  Requires the Inspector General and the Inspector General’s employees to carry credentials and badges that identify their employment with the office.

13.  Requires the Office of the Inspector General to do the following:

a)      adhere to professional standards for initiating and conducting audits, investigations, inspections and reviews that must be consistent with standards adopted by an AIG; and

b)      develop an operations manual that contains standards.

14.  Designates the Office of the Inspector General as a law enforcement agency that confers all investigative powers and privileges appurtenant to a law enforcement agency under state law.

15.  Includes the following in the powers and privileges of the Office of the Inspector General:

a)      access to computer systems;

b)      access to information maintained for the use of law enforcement personnel; and

c)      access to any information contained in the criminal history records and identification files of the Department of Public Safety (DPS).

16.  Gives the Office oversight authority and review responsibilities for investigations performed by the Office within the following state agencies and entities:

a)      Department of Corrections (DOC);

b)      DPS;

c)      Department of Economic Security (DES);

d)     Department of Transportation (ADOT);

e)      Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System Administration (AHCCCSA);

f)       Department of Child Safety (DCS); and

g)      any internal compliance or enforcement units within other state agencies.

17.  Directs the Inspector General to establish an Inspector General Advisory Council (Council) consisting of the following members:

a)      the Inspector General or the Inspector General’s designee;

b)      the director of DOC or the director’s designee;

c)      the director of DPS or the director’s designee;

d)     the director of ADOT or the director’s designee;

e)      the director of AHCCCSA or the director’s designee; and

f)       the director of DCS or the director’s designee.

18.  Requires that the records prepared or obtained by the Inspector General in connection with a conducted investigation be confidential and protected from disclosure.

19.  Specifies that a privilege established by law may not be waived to any records obtained by the Inspector General and that all records and information deemed confidential by other law and obtained by the Inspector General and are to remain confidential.

20.  Establishes that any person who knowingly, intentionally or recklessly makes public any confidential information or record in violation of the aforementioned provisions is guilty of a class one misdemeanor.

21.  Defines office and state agency.

22.   Makes a purpose statement.

23.  Terminates the Council on July 1, 2023.

24.  Terminates the Office of the Inspector General on July 1, 2025.

25.  Repeals Title 41, Chapter 53 on January 1, 2026.

26.  Becomes effective on the general effective date.

      Amendments Adopted by Committee

Adopted the strike everything amendment.

      Senate Action


·       SCR1019 Update: The AZ House of Representatives took their 3rd reading vote today on SCR 1019 (Commending Israel). The measure passed, 37-19 with 4 non-voting. LD29 Democrat Minority Leader Eric Meyer did not vote, and his LD 24 caucus colleagues, Alston and Clark voted nay.  See text:  Arizona-2015-SCR1019-Introduced.html  Commending Israel Resolution


 ·       HB2184 Goes Down In Flames   Failed Final House Reading.  Supt Of Public Ed Not Stripped Of Power


·       AzCDL Update On HB2320: We thank everyone who contacted the Senate Appropriations Committee about the 3 poison pill amendments proposed for HB 2320.  They listened and the proposed amendments were withdrawn.  Once again you made a difference. An agreement was reached among several of the stakeholders that the proposed amendments, and opposition to HB 2320, would be withdrawn in exchange for a floor amendment clarifying that HB 2320 does not apply to any area where firearms possession is prohibited by federal law.  HB 2320 (Rep. Brenda Barton, LD-6) is the AzCDL-requested bill that would exempt CCW permit holders from being disarmed when entering state and local government controlled property if their “security” is limited to the flimsy “no firearms” sign bureaucrats like to hide behind, but criminals ignore.  Under the proposed law, everyone entering must be screened if agencies or political subdivisions choose to ban weapons on government property. Following the Senate Appropriations Committee hearing, we are expecting HB 2320 to be quickly scheduled for a Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) hearing, where the floor amendment will be introduced by Sen John Kavanagh.  In anticipation of the COW hearing, we have drafted an email for you to send to your Senator asking them to support HB 2320 during the COW hearing and to only support the amendment offered by Senator Kavanagh. email to your Senator  These alerts are a project of the Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.


·       LD2 Chairman Sergio Arellano has announced the LD’s support for the Fri., March 27 first annual Busca Tu Estrella competition looking for the best voice in nogales/Southern Arizona scheduled at the Esplendor Resort at Rio Rico. Pre-party at 4 pm., doors open at 6 pm. dinner at 7 pm.  Guest: Humberto Luna, a true legend in Spanish language radio   Prizes include recording contract, trophy and full page in Elite Magazine. Arellano is seeking sponsors for a table (dinner/seating for 10 - $50 per seat). RSVP 520-287-6885  Contact Arellano at      520-396-9426 or  LD2 Exec Board


·       For the second time in a week, the Republican National Committee was recognized     for its achievements in advertising and video production, winning four Telly Awards. These awards follow Thursday’s announcement that the RNC won two gold Pollie awards from the American Association of Political Consultants. The award-winning ads include:
Campaign Tails” – Bronze Award in the Online Video – Online Commercial for Directing
Victory 365” – Bronze Award in the Online Video – Online Commercial for Campaign Promotional/Branding
It’s Nuts” – Bronze Award in the Online Video – Online Commercial for Political Issues/Campaign Advertising
Get Rid of Obamacare – Vote Republican” – Bronze Award in the Online Video – Online Commercial for Directing

·       The Paradise Republican Women Plan A ‘Bingo’ luncheon at 10:30 am (social), 11 am program, Sat., April 11 at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Golf Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. $30 per person. RSVP by April 8, 2015  or mail your check and reservation to: PRWC,  PO Box 14425,  Scottsdale, AZ 85267


·       The Fountain Hills Republican Club announces its programs through June. Meetings at  9 am in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N La Montana Drive, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. Contact:

ü  April 18, Sat., Speaker: CD 6 Congressman, David Schweikert. 8:30 am – social.

ü  May 16, Sat.   Speaker: Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas .

ü  June 20, Sat.,  Speaker: Jon Riches from the Goldwater Institute. 


·       Today, the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (ACJC) announced that it will be awarding $604,339 to 13 criminal justice agencies and non-profit organizations across the state to fund evidence-based drug prevention and education programs focused on Arizona youth and young adults. This 2015 grant program is a collaboration between ACJC and the Arizona Department of Health Services, Division of Behavioral Health Services to fund prevention and education efforts by state, county, local, and tribal criminal justice agencies – as well as non-profit organizations – between April 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015. Drug Prevention and Education Grant awardees:

ü  Apache County Sheriff’s Office  $11,600

ü  Administrative Office of the Courts   $100,000

ü  Attorney General’s Office   $54,778

ü  Arizona Department of Corrections    $23,025

ü  Coconino County Superior Court   $22,200

ü  Kingman Police Department   $65,915

ü  Maricopa County Adult Probation     $79,045

ü  Maricopa County Attorney   $14,976

ü  Tempe Social Services – Care 7  $29,620

ü  HOPE, Inc.   $26,789

ü  MATFORCE   $98,975

ü  Pasadera Behavioral Health Network   $41,289

ü  Pima Prevention Partnership    $36,118


·       The Daisy Mountain Tea Party Patriots will host Trevor Loudon, author of “The Enemies Within” at 6:30 pm., April 7 at the Anthem Civic Building, 3701 W. Anthem Way, Anthem, AZ 85086. Books will be available for purchase. Contact: Chr  Vera Anderson :   602-821-4675

·        The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 9 am, Sat., March 28 at the Devonshire Senior Center, 2802 E Devonshire, Phx, 85016. Congressman David Schweikert is slated to speak, Jose Borrajero and the AZRRT will make a presentation on how to the Legislative Right to Speak Program and the Legislative Bill Tracking System. Legislative members of AzRA will give an overview of bills under current consideration. AzRA officials will also present it’s Legislative Bill Rating Scorecard.

·       PC Tickets Are $60 And Tables Are Going For $480 for the 7 pm, Sat., March 28 Republican Party of Maricopa County Lincoln Day Dinner scheduled at the Scottsdale Hilton. Speaker: Ted Nugent. Business attire recommended.  Congressmen Matt Salmon and David Schweikert will present the Lincoln Bust and Reagan Plaque – the top county awards - to precinct committee honorees. Other awards are in store for worthy PCs, according to Chairman Tyler Bowyer, who will serve as master of ceremonies. Executive Director April Riggins will chair the event, co-chaired with Liz Alcorn. While this is an increase of ticket costs from years past, Bowyer points out this is an upgrade from a luncheon to a formal dinner -- as well as a fundraiser for the largest Republican county in the nation. $125 per seat (non-PCs). $250 – Chairman’s Circle, VIP Greet and photo (following the dinner/award presentations). Registrations open at 5:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm.  RSVP or questions: Liz Alcorn at (602) 315-0349. Tickets online at


·       The Sahuarita Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., April 14 at the  Triple Play Restaurant, 1570 W. Duval Mine Road to hear LD2 Rep Chris Ackerley,  and Pima/Santa Cruz Counties Oath Keeper Chapter President Paul Fitch. Attorney & Constitutional Authority Kris Anne Hall’s video will be shown . No meetings in May, June, July & August. Next meeting is Sept 8, 2015. sahuaritateapartypatriots


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


·       Volunteers Are Needed to help at the Yuma County Republicans booth at the upcoming Yuma County Fair. To sign up contact Secretary/office mgr Lorna Brooks at 928-317-9120


·       A. J. LaFaro, National Director of the Arizona Republican Assembly (AZRA) and Immediate   Past Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) is available to make presentations to Arizona County and Legislative District (LD) Committees, Republican Clubs, Tea Parties and Liberty Movements about

ü  1) ballot harvesting, stuffing and tampering and

ü  2) closing the Republican primaries here in Arizona

      LaFaro is scheduled to speak to the

ü  Surprise Tea Party on April 7.

Any County or Legislative District (LD) Committee, Republican Club, Tea Party or Liberty Movement interested in hearing LaFaro's presentation can
contact him at


·       Maricopa County Republican Activist Joe Hobbs is leading an effort to Censure the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) for its unconstitutional takeover of the Internet. Hobbs encourages organizations to download a copy of his resolution,  discuss it at their meetings and fill in the name of your organization as indicated. Hobbs asks that his name remain on the censure document “as is.” Download at   Contact Hobbs at 480-381-2380 or


·       The Arizona Citizens Defense League is raffling two custom built AR-15 pistols by Forward Operating Base in Phoenix. AzCDL’s logo is laser etched on the lower of each pistol.   The pistols are chambered for the 5.56 NATO round. Only 900 tickets will be sold.  Each ticket represents 2 chances to win.  Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased at gun shows and other events where AzCDL has a table.  Tickets may also be purchased at AzCDL’s online store.  The drawing for both pistols will be held on Sun, June 14, 2015. Contact: Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.






·        The Estrella Conservative Republican Club and LD4 will meet at 7 pm., March 25 at Estrella Foothills High School.  Speaker: Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery. Contact: Richard Newcomer  t602-512-1340.


·        Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will headline the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Leadership Series Luncheon on Wed, March 25 at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Registration 11 am. Register Now $105 – member, $125 non-member.  Precinct Committeeman, log in as a non-member, select AZGOP PC, and pay $50.  AZ Chamber Leadership Series-Gov. Scott Walker  Contact Cylee Gutting at  or (602) 248-9172 ext. 123 for more information and for sponsorship opportunities. az-chamber-leadership-series-gov-scott-walker


·        Freedom Fires Will Meet at 6:30 pm., March 25 at the Burke Basic School, 131 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210. Speaker: Darla Dawald, former National Director of the "Patriot Action Network".  Admission: $2.00 (17 and under are free)


·        The Yuma Freedom Library Wine Tasting and celebration of the Bill of Rights is scheduled between 6-9 pm., Thurs., March 26 at Yuma’s Main Squeeze, 251 S. Main St., Yuma, AZ. You will have an opportunity to bid on bottles of wine with a label for each of the 10 Amendments. All proceeds go to The Freedom Library Education and Scholarship Program. Contact: Sec Lorna Brooks 928-317-9120.  


·        The Maricopa Republican Club meets at 10 am., Thurs., March 26 (4th Thurs) at Villages Community Center, 0991 Butterfield, Maricopa, AZ. Contact:  Brenda Hermanson, (480) 250-9085, brendahermanson​​  http:/www.maric​oparepublicancl​


·        Pima County Republicans will be conducting outreach calls from 5:30-7:30 pm., Thurs., March 26 from the GOP office at 17 W Wetmore #300, Tucson. RSVP to Ralph Kayser at 520-313-2776 or email


·        The Pima County Republican Women’s dinner with Supervisor Ally Miller is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Thurs., March 26 at 6555 E Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85710. Contact: Tiana Smith at 520-886-3681.



·        The Republican Club of Green Valley/Sahuarita will meet at 9am, Fri., March 27 at Friends in Deed, 301 W. Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley. Speaker tba.  Contact: PCRP HQ



·        The Republican Party of Maricopa County Lincoln Dinner is at 7 pm., Sat., March 28 at the Scottsdale Hilton, Scottsdale. Speaker: Ted Nugent. Business attire recommended. PC tickets - $60.  $125 per seat (non-PCs). $250 – Chairman’s Circle, VIP Greet and photo (following the dinner/award presentations). Tables for eight - $480. Registrations open at 5:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm.  RSVP or questions: Liz Alcorn at (602) 315-0349. Tickets online at


·        The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 9 am, Sat., March 28 at the Devonshire Senior Center, 2802 E Devonshire, Phx, 85016. Congressman David Schweikert is slated to speak, Jose Borrajero and the AZRRT will make a presentation on how to the Legislative Right to Speak Program and the Legislative Bill Tracking System. Legislative members of AzRA will give an overview of bills under current consideration. AzRA officials will also present it’s Legislative Bill Rating Scorecard.


·        A Breakfast With Judge Clancy And The Arizona Capital Times staffers is scheduled at 8am, March 28 at the Deer Valley Airport Restaurant, 702 W Deer Valley Road, Phx.  ACT staffers include  Editors Jim Small, Tom Spratt, Luige del Puerto and reporters Hank Stephenson, Ben Giles, Gary Grado and Jeremy Duda. RSVP


·        Tempe Republican Women will canvas the Tempe area between 11am and 2 pm., Mar 28. Participants will meet at 10:30 am., at the Dunkin Donuts, 1830 E Warner Rd.  where they will pick up t-shirts, walking lists, and flyers. Volunteers are cautioned to wear good walking shoes.


·        LD1 (Maricopa County) Will Have A Booth between 10 am and 4 pm at the March 28 and 29 at Anthem Days, registering voters, handing out balloons and candy, and hosting elected officials such as Rep. Noel Campbell and Judge Gerald Williams. The Daisy Mountain Tea Party will be there to inform neighbors of Tea Party activities, especially Trevor Louden’s appearance at the 6:30 pm., April 7 meeting at the Anthem Community Civic Building.  Contact LD1 Chairman Cathy Schwanke



·        The Pima County GOP Executive Committee will meet at 6 pm., March 30 at the Arizona Family Restaurant, 80 W Esperanza Blvd, Green Valley, AZ 85614.   Contact:  First Vice Chr Yale Wishnick 520-625-3680



·        LD17 Precinct Committee Training is scheduled at 6:30 pm., March 31 Tri-City Baptist Church Seminary Bldg, 2211 W Germann Road, Chandler, AZ 85286 . Map Here  The regular meeting begins at 7 pm., with Congressman Matt Salmon.  They meet the last Tuesday of the month.  Contact: Chairman Shadow Asgari at


·        Volunteers Are Needed To Man The Colorado River Tea Party –Yuma Booth during the  63rd annual Yuma county fair is scheduled March 31-April 5 in Yuma. Admission:  Tues - Discount Day - $2.  Wed - Sun , $5 Adults,  $3 Children 6 – 12,  Children age 5 & under Free. Free entry for booth volunteers.



·        Ducey Requests Common Core Review At Arizona State Board Of Education

·        Presidential-Actions/Executive-Orders

·        10-Charts-Which-Show-We-Are-Much-Worse-Off-Than-Just-Before-The-Last-Economic-Crisis

·        Gosar to New Commissioner: Golden Opportunity to Facilitate New Hydropower, Job Creation

·        Klayman/Arpaio File Amicus Brief In Texas Amnesty Case To Have Obama Justice

·        Klayman Files RICO Racketeering Case Against Hillary And Bill Clinton And Their Family Foundation

·        Gosar Rips New Job Killing Regulations Aimed to Prevent Fracking on Federal Lands

·        Released FOIA Documents: 165,900 Convicted Criminal Illegals Released Into US By Obama Homeland Security

·        Prominent Islam Critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Islam Is ‘Not A Religion Of Peace’

·        Phoenix, Other Valley Cities Reel From Pension Spikes

·        AZ Progresses Toward Associate Degrees/Certificates

·        TSA Allows Former Terrorist On Board With Expedited Screening

·        Protect-Veteran-Educational-Benefits-Stop-HR-476 

·        Laws To Prevent Abuse Of GI Bill Benefits Weren't Enforced, Records Show

·        McSally on VA Decision to Expand Veterans Choice Program

·        McSally Introduces First Bill to Stop Cartel “Spotters”

·        McCain And Lindsey Graham On Afghanistan

·        McCain On Fifth Anniversary Of Obamacare

·        McCain, Flake, Heller & Reid Introduce Bill To Extend Interstate 11 Designation To Arizona’s Southern Border

·        McCain, McSally Introduce Bill To Enhance Penalties For Cartel & Human Trafficking “Spotters” On U.S.-Mexico Border Flake, Franks, Gosar, Salmon, Schweikert and Kyrsten Sinema, cosponsored the legislation.

·        McCain On VA’S 40-Mile Rule Change

·        Persistence Paid Off For Willow Beach Fish Hatchery

·        Arizona-Gov-Doug-Ducey-Makes-Smart-Move-Against-Common-Core

·        Janet Napolitano And Michael Crow — Together Again

·        Business Groups Press Ariz. Legislature To Stop Tempe Plastic Bag Ban, Phoenix Energy Rules

·        Muslims Angry At TX Mayor After She Stops "Sharia Court"... Her EPIC Response!

·        Artist-Releases-Controversial-Painting-Of-Barack-Obama

·        A List Of Basic Unanswered Questions About Iran

·        More Than 1/3 Of Arizona State Budget Comes From Uncle Sam

·        Report: Arizona-National-Parks-Need-$500M In Maintenance

·        Bill To Create Arizona Real ID Option Still Alive

·        Ride-Share Insurance Bill Moving Through Arizona Senate

·        AZ Senate Committee Approves Firearms Legislation

·        Kelly-Twins-Gear-Up-For-Launch-Of-One-Year-Mission-Comparing-Living-In-Space-To-Living-On-Earth

·        Business Groups Press Legislature To Stop Tempe Plastic Bag Ban, Phoenix Energy Rules

·        Wanda Wright Chosen To Head AZ Dept. Of Veterans' Services

·        Tucson Packing Company Recalls Misbranded Roast Beef

·        Report: Arizonans Carrying $22.6 Billion In Federal Student Loan Debt

·        Sheriff Joe Arpaio Set To Testify In Deposition Wednesday

·        Woman Who Spent 22 Years On Death Row In Arizona Speaks Out

·        Bill Shielding Officer Names After Shootings Heads To Ducey

·        Arizona Fire Departments Ditching Rural/Metro

·        Prison Had No Bibles For Distraught Inmate, Gave Him Porno Mag Instead

·        $200M Infill Developments Coming To Old Town Scottsdale, Central Avenue

·        GCU Plans To Nearly Double Phoenix Campus To 400 Acres

·        Study: Phoenix Workers Live Farther Away From Work Than In 2000

·        Unbelievable – Police Hiring Immigrants With Obama Work Permits As Officers

·        E J Montini: McCain-Hates Obamacare

·        McCain’s Mean Machine Gearing Up

·        John McCain Can’t Believe President Obama’s Posture Towards Israel

·        McCain-To-Obama; Get-Over-Your-Temper-Tantrum-Over-Netanyahu-Remarks

·        McCain's Machine: Well-Oiled Or Broken Down? Ward May Be The One To Find Out



·        Winning Issues For 2016 GOP WH Candidates?

·        McCain’s Mean Machine Gearing Up

·        Minorities Voting Dem Disenfranchise Themselves


·        Media Blackout – 35% Of AZ Dems, 47% Of AZ Latinos Support Deportation


·        HB2184 Goes Down In Flames

·         HB2184 Strips Superintendent's Last Vestiges Of Authority!!!

·        SB1200 Deserves Your Attention

·        One Million Signatures Needed

·        Obamaesque Tactics In The Governors Office - Take Action

·        Retire-John-McCain


·        AZ  Budget-Passed-With-Little Input, But Big Impact On Native Americans

·        Arizona-Senate-Committee-Approves-HB2553

·        Arizona-Governor-Doug-Duceys-Secret Police

·        Drugs-Worth-Millions-Seized-At-US Border - East To West

·        Obama-And-Ghani-To-Discuss-Afghan

·        No-Teleprompter-For-Ted-Cruz-When He Announced For President

·        Does-Texan-Ted-Cruz-Stand-Chance-Of Becoming Next Republican Nominee For President



·        Judicial Watch: Homeland Security Releases 165,900 Criminal Illegals

·        Immigration Executive Order Allows Man To Stay And Kill Three?

·        Judge-Who-Is-Halting-Amnesty-Made- Threat-Against-Obama’s-DOJ

·        ICE Signs Agreement To Join Europol's Efforts To Target Human Smuggling

·        Will-DOJ-Charge-Border-Patrol-Agents-With-Racial-Profiling

·        Second Wave Of Illegals Crashing US Southern Border Now – More Than 30,000 Illegals Released Into America’s Cities

·        Released FOIA Documents: 165,900 Convicted Criminal Illegals Released Into US By Obama Homeland Security


·        Police Thankful Armed Passerby Was On Scene During Violent Barber Shop Outburst


·        War-On-Women-Gets-Hot-With-Radioactive-Pads   Levels 35 Times Higher Than Is Considered Safe

·        Mob-Attack-On-Afghan-Woman-Becomes-Rallying-Cry-For-Justice


·        White-House-Announces-Pause-In-Us-Troop-Drawdown-From-Afghanistan

·        NATO-General-Shows-Our Dear-Leader-How To Lead-‘Nothing Should Be Off The Table’  We Need Security For The United States And Our Allies.

·        Navy Bans Chaplain From Ministering To Family Of Dead Sailor

·        Ride The Thunder: One Marine Seeks To Restore Rightful Honor Of America’s Vietnam Veterans In New Film

·        VA Choice Program's Distance Rule To Be Revised

·        In First Floor Speech, Ernst Urges Help For Vets

·        Laws To Prevent Abuse Of GI Bill Benefits Weren't Enforced, Records Show

·        Protect-Veteran-Educational-Benefits-Stop-HR-476

·        Christian Chaplain Dismissed For Giving Christian Advice Concerning Sin

·        Country-Singer-Luke-Bryan-Heard-People-Insulting-The-American-Military; He-Fired-Back-In-A-Big-Way


·        Will-DOJ-Charge-Border-Patrol-Agents-With-Racial-Profiling


·        Democrat: Heirs Must “Earn” Inheritance From Parents


·        CNN-To-Earnest: Why-Does-White-House-Trust-Iranian-Leader-Who-Chants-Death-To-America-Video


·        Judge-Who-Is-Halting-Amnesty-Made-A-Huge-Threat-Against-Obamas-Department-Of-Justice

·        Obamacares-Fate: What Key-Supreme-Court-Justice-Said-That-Could-Be-A-Huge-Clue


·        Feds-Urge-Banks-To-Call-Cops-On-Customers-Who-Withdraw-$5,000-Or-More


·         Judge Jeanine Take Obama To The Mat, Angrily Asking, ‘Whose Side Are You On?’ "You Just Hate Bibi Netanyahu."


·        Scott Walker Compliments Cruz Before Saying Washington Needs A ‘Fresh Face’

·        After Cruz Announced His Presidential Bid, This Lib’s Head Almost Exploded

·        Ted Cruz Is Going On Obamacare.

·        Ted Cruz Gives Official Announcement Of White House Run At Liberty University

·        Ted Cruz Faces Fierce Hispanic Backlash Over Immigration Crackdown Advocacy

·        Does Ted Cruz Have A “Natural Born Citizen” Issue When It Comes To His Presidential Bid?


·        Donald-Trump-Redirects-His-Birther-Ire-To-Presidential-Candidate-Sen-Ted-Cruz


·        Ben Carson: President Obama Is A ‘Psychopath’


·        Scott Walker Compliments Cruz Before Saying Washington Needs A ‘Fresh Face’


·        Report: Hillary Clinton’s Staff Also Used Their Personal Email Addresses

·        Mark Halperin: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Running Against Herself’ And ‘Losing’

·        Klayman Files Rico Racketeering Case Against Hillary And Bill Clinton And Their Family Foundation


·        Israel-Spied-On-Iran-Talks   Ally’s Snooping Upset White House Because Information Was Used To Lobby Congress To Try To Sink A Deal

·        Democratic Senators Beg For Another Obamacare Delay

·        Federal Workers Could Pay More For Health Care, Get Less For Retirement Under GOP Plan

·        Obama’s Iran Hypocrisy Is Fully Exposed As Boehner Again Defies Prez Over Israel

·        Congress Considers Privatizing The Air Traffic Control System


·        10-Charts-Which-Show-We-Are-Much-Worse-Off-Than-Just-Before-The-Last-Economic-Crisis