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AZ Republican Briefs
Briefs Editor Frosty Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Master John Strasser
Wednesday. April 1, 2015
· A Ceremony Formally Finalizing An Agreement reached by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Arizona Game and Fish (AZGF) Commission to restore rainbow trout stocking operations at Willow Beach National Fish Hatchery is scheduled at 1:15 pm, Fri., April 3 in Bullhead City. Participants include USFWS Director Benjamin Tuggle, AZGF Director Larry Voyles, AZGF Commission Chair Robert Mansell and Vice Chair Kurt Davis, CD4 Congressman Paul Gosar, Sen John McCain., Mohave County Board of Supervisors Chair Hildy Angius.
· The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) is rapidly growing. AzRA members Rose Sperry and Jacque Leslie are inviting conservative Republicans in the Verde Valley and Yavapai and Coconino counties to a North Central Arizona chapter organizational meeting at 11 am., Sat., April 11 at Robbie's Restaurant, 3460 East Beaver Creek Road in Rimrock. AzRA State Executive Board members will be in attendance. AzRA membership is restricted to committed conservatives only. AzRA has grown from a core group of 10 in October to 201 dues paying members in March. See new website www.azra2016.com details. AzRA officials say if you are feeling frustrated and are angered by the feckless leadership of Republican Party leadership and some of its elected officials, here is an opportunity to be a part of fixing the problem. RSVP Rose email@example.com or Jacque firstname.lastname@example.org for a lunch head count for the restaurant.
· Activist Jim Ehl: We already have a political organization structured by law in the Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) so why do we have political organizations such as the AzRA, AFA, AZRRT, TEA parties and others coming to be?? After all, the ARS provides for over 9000 ‘boots on the ground’ (Precinct Committeemen) to assist with the party work. The answer is simple! The ineffectiveness of the AZ GOP!! Does anyone wonder why there are more and more register as Independents??
· Precinct Committeemen (PCs) are grumbling that AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham seems to be moving at the speed of a turtle on the “Closed Primary Resolutions” that they approved at both the AZGOP and Maricopa County Statutory meeting in January. Graham has informed a PC that “We are putting an update together that will be released on April 18th. Stay tuned.” As you may recall, one of the issues that was brought up during Graham’s re-election campaign was his lack of action on a similar resolution passed in 2014. Rumor has it that Graham is calling a state meeting of officers/county chairs, etc for April 18. If you don’t see an update by April 18, give Graham a reminder call and ask about the status of the “Closed Primaries” Resolutions. A PC suggests, “ Perhaps he needs a little nudge.”
· The Arizona Republican Party Legislative Salute Dinner is scheduled at 7 pm., Fri., April 10 at the Arizona Biltmore, 2400 E Missouri Ave., Phx featuring speaker Gov Doug Ducey. Registration at 6 pm. VIP tickets $500. Individual tickets $200. RSVP: Michelle at michelle@the hydeco.com or Jennifer at email@example.com or 602-957-7770.
· PC Speaks Out - Outrageous ‘Touch and Feel’ Events: We are growing alarmed at the absolute, ‘in your face’ costs associated with events involving our publicly elected officials in the state of Arizona. The outrageous costs of these political fundraising events disqualifies most Arizonan’s opportunities to talk to and rub elbows with our publicly elected officials. How in the world did this get so out of kilter?
We presumed that this has always been the way things are done by glad handing at sparkling Champaign cocktail parties in Washington, New York, Los Angeles, or Hidden Valley Ranch in Cornville, AZ.
However, here in little old Arizona real folks are just barely emerging from the worst recession in history. Minimum wage jobs are still the norm here. How can Joe six-pack, or Helen on social security relate to having a quarter of their weekly income go to see a politician who they probably will never even get close enough to in order to shake their hand? $60 dollars is a lot of money to attend a regular event. $500 to $2,500 or $5,000 dollars is just criminal robbery of the electorate. And yet, they are unabashedly try to recruit regular folks to register to vote with the Republican Party? Balderdash!
The multiple fundraising events by politicians in Arizona are becoming a weekly drain on the very organizations where the money should go. The hard working Precinct Committeemen who are the bulwark of the Party performing the heavy lifting, have seen potential dollars sucked from local county committees and legislative district committees. And just try to get a hold of a staff member to get on their event calendar. Ha! Forget about it.
It’s a shame, we tell ya! The outrageous cost of political fundraising events has excluded most folks in Arizonan from any opportunity to ‘touch and feel’ the real democratic experience of what our Forefather’s envisioned in our Republic. How and why have we let this thing get so catawampus? - Names withheld by request.
· Two Meeting Are Scheduled This Week In Sierra Vista to gather public comments on proposed tax increases on retail purchases and restaurants/bars:
ü Thur., April 2, 6 pm at Fire Station 363, 675 Giulio Cesar
ü Sat, April 4, 10 am at Sierra Vista Public Library, Mona Bishop Rm.
Comments open until April 4 at
ü Sierra Vista Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/SierraVistaCAC or
ü Facebook – search Citizens Advisory Commission Sierra Vista or
Comments to City Council until April 16:
· The Arizona Game and Fish Department has made the 2015 fall hunt recommendations for deer, turkey, javelina, bighorn sheep, buffalo, bear, mountain lion, and predators and furbearers available for review at www.azgfd.gov/huntguidelines. The department also has scheduled a series of six “open houses” for constituents to review and ask questions about the proposed recommendations. The open houses will be conducted at the following Game and Fish regional offices:
• Thurs, April 2: 3-5 p.m., Tucson, 555 N. Greasewood Road.
• Thurs, April 2: 4:30-6:30 p.m., Mesa, 7200 E. University Drive.
• Tues, April 7: 3-5 p.m., Pinetop, 2878 E. White Mountain Blvd.
• Tues, April 7: 3-5 p.m., Yuma, 9140 E. 28th Street.
• Tues, April 7: 6-8 p.m., Flagstaff, 3500 S. Lake Mary Road.
No formal presentations are planned. The proposed recommendations will be presented to the commission for consideration during its April 11 meeting in Phoenix.
· Immediate Past AZGOP Chairman Tom Morrissey: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is taking the lives of 22 of American veterans every day, but there is a treatment for this disorder. Tuesday, Kris and I waited at the airport for the return of Cleo, a female veteran and former police officer, who was so badly damaged by PTSD that no one gave her much hope for recovery - no one except several people on the east coast, Kris and I, along with one other Valley resident. Cleo was a basket case when she left for Maryland two months ago, bound for the treatment donated by Brain Sake. She returned a different person. It is amazing to see the incredible change in this hero - who we sent to war and deserved every ounce of assistance that can be garnered.
Two weeks prior to her return, we told her that we’d be waiting for her at Sky Harbor and asked her if there was anything she needed that day. Her response was, “The one thing that would put a smile in my heart would be to have Sheriff Joe waiting me.” She had never met the Sheriff. I told Sheriff Joe of Cleo’s story. Sheriff Joe, Kris and I were waiting for her when she came off that plane. Cleo’s face lit up like a full moon in August as he saluted and hugged her. I will provide periodic updates on Cleo’s progress because we all need to be reminded of the tragedy known as PTSD and the new hope provided by this treatment plan. Our understanding of is that everyone who has gone through it has been healed and now Cleo has been added to that number. God moves in so many ways.
· Kim Sabow, Former Govs Fife Symington and Jan Brewer staffer, has joined Gov Doug Ducey as his Director Of International Affairs And Strategic Initiatives.
· Operation Jade Helm: Should We Be Worried? by Pastor Chuck Baldwin For two months this summer, the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) will conduct Realistic Military Training (RMT) Operation Jade Helm 15 (JH 15) in seven Southwestern U.S. states: California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Military spokesmen say the operation is merely a standard training exercise designed to prepare Special Forces troops for warfare overseas...
The Deadline For Placing Ads in the Central Republican Women of Phoenix 2015 membership directory is Thurs., April 2. Contact Regina Buzzello ReginaB@VentanaFineProperties.com
· HB2246, The Bill To Allow Parents To Opt Out of the Az Merit test, went down in flames when it was reconsidered today -- GOP legislators Steve Pierce, John Kavanagh, Jeff Dial, Adam Driggs, Debbie Lesko and Bob Worsley voted with the Dems.
· The Oro Valley Citizens Action Committee - opposed to the Town Council’s purchase of the Hilton El Conquistador Country Club - is gathering recall petition signatures against Mayor Satish Hiremath and Council members Joe Hornat, Lou Waters, and Mary Snider. They have until April 27 to gather enough signatures for a November recall election. Contact: OVCOG2015@gmail.com or visit www.OVCOG.org
· Reps. David Schweikert Matt Salmon And Sen. Jeff Flake will host an informational session from 10 am until noon, Sat April 18 at Red Mountain High School, 7301 E Brown Road., Mesa, for high school students interested in attending one of the U.S. Service Academies - Military Academy at West Point, the Naval Academy, the Air Force Academy and the Merchant Marine Academy. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org with name, phone number, high school, congressional district, and number of people attending the event. Questions to Ed Kelety at email@example.com , 480-946-2411.
The Arkansas House Has Approved a religious freedom measure that mirrors the one signed into law last week in Indiana that opponents there say opens the door to discrimination against gays and lesbians. Fourteen other states are considering similar proposals this year, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. See CNN.com
· Politically Challenged Take a look at how little college students know about their country.
· America's Skills Challenge: Millennials And The Future - Millennials may be on track to be our most educated generation ever, but they consistently score below many of their international peers in literacy, numeracy, and problem solving. The results of this report help shed light on the growing inequality of opportunity in the U.S. and the impact this has on both skills acquisition and outcomes for both current and future generations.
· The Maricopa County Commission Is Seeking Citizen Input on Maricopa County Superior Court candidates at 8:30 am., April 14 at the Arizona State Courts Bldg, 1501 W Washington, Rm 345, Phx. Sixteen candidates are vying for two openings. The candidates are: Julie Ashworth LaFave; Alison Bachus; Theodore Campagnolo; Gregory Como; Stephen Hopkins; Edward Johnson; Brian Kaiser; Kerstin G. LeMaire; Edith Lucero; Steven Lynch; Laura Reckart; Jeffrey Rueter; Aryeh Schwartz; Shellie Smith; Ronee K. Steiner, and Gerald Williams. Public comment will not be accepted after the 8:30 a.m. hearing. Candidate interviews are open to the public and will follow the public hearing. Written comments about candidates can be sent to the Commission at 1501 W Washington St, Suite 221, Phoenix, Arizona 85007 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org . Comment deadline is April 13. . Anonymous comments cannot be considered. The Commission will recommend at least three nominees for each opening to Gov Doug Ducey, who will appoint the new judges.
· Mohave County’s Public Health Dept reports that three active tuberculosis cases are being treated in the Bullhead City area.
Central Republican Women Of Phx are planning an April 18 trip to the casino in Payson. Reservations deadline is April 14. RSVP to Linda Spillman at 480-275-2364 email@example.com See Mazatzal Casino Fundraiser Flyer
· The Paradise Republican Women have scheduled their bingo fundraiser for Sat., April 11 at Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Golf Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 10:30am Social 11am Program. $30 per person. RSVP by April 8. Mail check and reservation to: PRWC, P.O. Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267. Website: www.prwc.org
· Jose Borrajero’s AZRRT Call To Action And Weekly Activity Report 150327-2050 Weekly update on what’s happening at the Arizona legislature. Fresh post every Saturday.
· The Prescott Valley Trauma Intervention Program announces its 9 am, Sat, April 18, Golf for TIP benefit at Stoneridge Golf Course with a Shot Gun Start 2-Man Scramble event. Entry deadline is April 4.
· The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors will recognized Yavapai County Purple Heart recipients at its 9 am., Mon, April 6 meeting at 1015 Fair St. in Prescott.
· The Mohave County GOP District 1 Lincoln Day Dinner is scheduled at 5 pm., April 11 in Kingman, featuring Gov Doug Ducey. Contact: 928-279-3950.
· The Graham County Republican Committee Lincoln Day Dinner will be held at 6 pm., April 11 in the Gherald Hoopes Activity Center on the campus of Eastern Arizona College. Contact: 928-651-0455
· Yavapai Regional Medical Center Outreach Program will present a free informational discussion on heart surgery at 2 p.m. on Mon, April 6 at the Prescott Valley Public Library.
· The Arizona Teenage Republican (TARS) banquet, featuring former CA Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr., is scheduled at 7 pm., Sat., May 9 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale.
· The Lake Havasu City chapter of Disabled American Veterans held their open house in the Mohave County Complex in Lake Havasu City. Supervisor Buster Johnson was recognized for his efforts in obtaining the new office space.
· Seniors And Family Caregivers are invited to attend a free, educational presentation on Senior Insurance: Options and Strategies, from noon to 1 pm, Thurs., April 9 at the Prescott Valley Christian Church, 7655 E. Long Look Drive.
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham: "Arizona's Disappearing Democratic Party" was the March 30 headline from Arizona Republic columnist Bob Robb, and his perspective is a refreshing accolade to all of you who worked so hard in the recent election to turn out our Republican voters. We have always known that the GOP is strong in Arizona -- we make up 34 percent of registered voters but our turnout efforts mean we are 43 percent of actual voters. Not only are we more than five points ahead of the Democrats in registration, we were 12 points ahead in turnout on election day. This is proof that the Republican base is strong in Arizona, no matter what the progressives and the liberal media might try to tell you. We are crushing our opponents, and they know it. As a party we have built our Get Out The Vote program into a flagship victory effort we can all be proud of. Our success comes from using the latest technology, maximizing fundraising from our generous donors, and fully supporting our nominees. But the greatest tool in the GOP toolbox is clearly the party workers at the grassroots level -- those who encourage their neighbors to support Republican candidates, get people involved in the party, and ensure that every voter within their reach is informed about the issues and candidates and prepared to vote accordingly. Again, many thanks to all of you who have done the heavy lifting at every level to ensure our success.
· Sens John McCain And Lindsey Graham were scheduled to discuss America’s response to terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as the rise of extremism in Europe, at a public forum hosted by Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) in Denver at 7 pm this evening.
· Sens John McCain And Lindsey Graham on the Iran nuclear negotiations: “We appreciate the diligent efforts to find a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear ambitions. However, it is clear the negotiations are not going well. At every step, the Iranians appear intent on retaining the capacity to achieve a nuclear weapon. Without significant change, we have little confidence the negotiations will end well. Regardless of the outcome, Iran’s threat to regional security and stability endures. Any hope that a nuclear deal will lead Iran to abandon its decades-old pursuit of regional dominance through violence and terror is simply delusional. The Obama Administration’s failure to recognize and counter this threat has only served to expand Iranian influence.”
· Congresswoman Martha McSally will hold a Town Hall with approximately 100 employees of Citibank in Tucson on Fri., April 3.
· An AZGOP Campaign School is scheduled at 9 am., May 2 at Phoenix headquarters, 3502 N. 24th St. The free session includes communications, fundraising, voter data, committee operations, a luncheon panel discussion with consultants Sean Noble, Brian Murray and Constantin Querard, plus a Q&A session. Limited space. RSVP to AZGOP Political Director George Khalaf at firstname.lastname@example.org.
· This coming weekend, Congresswoman Martha McSally will attend the 15th anniversary service to remember the 19 Marines who died in Marana after their Osprey aircraft crashed on April 8, 2000.
· The Republican Women of Prescott raffle tickets are now available. Win $10,000, $3,000 or $1,000 at the May 1 drawing. Tickets can be purchased the Republican HQ., 112 B E. Union St., Prescott, AZ 86303 928-776-4500 email@example.com; www.yavgop.org
· Volunteers Are Needed For The Republican Booth At The Pima County Fair, April 16-26 in Tucson. Contact: Steven Fuentes at 433-2615 or email Hq@pimagop.org.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
THURSDAY, APRIL 2
· The Central Republican Women of Phoenix welcomes LD5 Sen Kelli Ward, Chairman of the Education Committee speak at their 6:15 pm., April 2 dinner meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N. Central, Phoenix. Social at 5:30 pm. $22 per dinner. RSVP: Tina Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org or 623-934-9730.Contact info: email@example.com (602) 252-6300.
· The Northeast Valley Chapter of Arizona Republican Assembly will have its organizational meeting at 6 pm., Thurs., April 2, 2015 in Room 4 of the Via Linda Senior Center, 10440 N Via Linda, Scottsdale (just south of Shea Blvd on Via Linda), This chapter is for those committed conservatives who live in Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Cave Creek and Carefree but all who are interested are welcome to attend. This is designed to be an action focused organization that will focus on expanding our membership so that we will be fully engaged for 2016. Contact: Ardith Hildebrant firstname.lastname@example.org.
· The Superstition 9.12 Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., April 2 at the Mirage Sports Grill, 725 W Apache Trail 2A, Apache Jct., AZ 85119. Contact: 480-983-9211, email@example.com http://superstition912teapartypatriots.ning.com
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
· 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.
· The Tempe Republican Women’s Packages from Home Packing Party is scheduled from 10:30am-12:30pm, Sat., April 4. Volunteers can meet at 1201 S 7th Ave # 50, Phoenix, AZ 85007, or carpool from the Pyle Center, 655 E Southern, Tempe. Carpoolers should RSVP to Jessica at 480-306-2545. They can also use donations of PFH - small size toothpaste, men's deodorant (no spray), and men's boxers in sizes M, L and XL. Eemail firstname.lastname@example.org for drop-off or pick-up of donations.
MONDAY, APRIL 6
The Lincoln Republican Women Dinner Meeting is scheduled at 6 pm., April 6 at the New McCormick/”Millennium” Resort, Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Spouses invited. 5:30 pm social. 6 pm business mtg. 6:20 pm dinner. 7 pm program featuring Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell who will address ‘Voting Issues.’ $35 per person. Reservations Required. Deadline Thur, April 2. Send check made out to “LRWC” Patricia Kaufman,7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 or bring cash. Contact: Kaufman at 480-368-2777 email@example.com
· The Arizona Project will meet at 11:30 am., Mon., April 6 with New Zealand author Trevor Loudon of “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the US Congress” and a new documentary “The Enemies Within” www.TrevorLoudon.com at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx. Lunch not provided. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602-677-1496.
TUESDAY, APRIL 7
· The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., April 7 at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W. R H Johnson Blvd. Immediate past Maricopa County Republican Chairman A. J. LaFaro will address voter fraud as it pertains to harvesting, stuffing and tampering of the ballots. LaFaro is Current National Director, Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) and Past Chairman LD17 Republicans. He has been working for conservative principles and has not hesitated to shine a light on offenses within his own party. The Surprise Tea Party normally meets the first Tues of the month. The next meetings are scheduled May 19 and June 2. Speakers tba. www.surpriseteapartypatriots.com
· 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 : firstname.lastname@example.org 602-821-4675 http://www.daisymountainteapartypatriots.com/
· An ‘Update From Capitol Hill,’ featuring Sens John McCain and Jeff Flake, is scheduled at 11:30 am., April 7 by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, Greater Phoenix Leadership, and Arizona Manufacturer’s Council. Registration opens at 10:30 am. $65 for members, $80 for non-members. Contact: Cylee Gutting email@example.com
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
· The SaddleBrooke Republican Club will meet with AFP Director Tom Jenney at 3:45 pm., Wed., April 8 in the Mountain View Club House Ballroom, 38759 Mountain View Blvd, SaddleBrooke , AZ to discuss “The Power of Grass Roots. http://pinal.arizonagop.net/
· LD24 Has Scheduled A PC Training Workshop from 6-8 pm., Wed., April 8 at GOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx. LD24 has approximately 83 vacancies, according to Chairman Ken Bennett. Training Facilitator – Ray Sweeney, an EGC member at large. Objectives of the training sessions are:
ü To each capacity in PC quotas
ü Fill PC vacancies in each legislative district
ü Voter lists will be available for each precinct within the district
Participants are asked to
ü Bring a pen/pencil, notebook or legal pad.
ü RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Congressman Trent Franks will be hosting the 3rd of his Coffee With the Congressman – Mini Town Hall Series at 8:30 am., Wed., April 8 in the lower level conference room at 7121 W Bell Road., Glendale, AZ 85308. Room capacity is limited, so RSVP as soon as possible to 623-776-7911.
· Arrowhead Republican Women will be meeting Wed, April 8 at Briarwood Country Club, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City West to hear Political Director for the Arizona Republican Party George Khalaf. Check-in begins 10:45am, meeting at 11:30am. $20 payable by cash or check at the door. Reservations required through Judi Bourd, email@example.com ARW is open to Republican women registered to vote in AZ - Republican men may join as associate members.
· Phoenix District 2 and District 3 Joint Budget Hearing is scheduled at 6 pm., Wed., April 8 in the Paradise Valley Community Center - 17402 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ (Google Map)
· Freedom Fires will present International Blogger Trevor Loudon at 7 pm., April 8 at the Faith Christian School, 7464 E Main St., Mesa AZ 85207. Doors open at 6 pm. Loudon is the founder and editor of KeyWiki.org, a rapidly growing website with the goal of unlocking the covert side of U.S. and Global politics. Admission: $2.50 (17 and under are free)
THURSDAY, APRIL 9
· The Pima County Tea Party Patriots will meet with Colonel (Ret) Jon Gold, a 30 year military intelligence office who will address ‘The US Deterioration as a World Leader at 6 pm., Thur., April 9 in the Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E Tanque Verde Rd., Tucson. Contact: PCRP HQ firstname.lastname@example.org
· Rooftop-Solar-Proposal-Should-End-Debate Robert Robb
· House-Republicans-Ask-Appropriators-Block-Funds-Implementing-Obamas-Executive-Amnesties Gosar And 14 Others
· States-Lien-System-Is-A-Tool-To-Fix-Problems Congressman David Schweikert
· Retire-John-McCain: McCain Pandering To The Right
· AZ-Governor-Doug-Ducey-Resigns-Over... April Fool
· AZGOP financial reports filed/ AZ Sec of State azsos.gov/cfs/FilerDetail
· FEC Filing Updated/Current AZGOP Financials Info CandidateCommitteeDetail.do?canId
· AZ Border Defenders Updated Daily
· Need2No Border News Watch
FIRST AMENDMENT – FREEDOM OF SPEECH
LAW AND ORDER
JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO
BILL AND HILLARY