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Briefs Editor Frosty Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sunday. April 5, 2015 – EASTER SUNDAY
· Vote In The GOP Presidential Straw Poll at presidential-straw-poll Who would you like to see as the Republican nominee in the 2016 presidential election?
· AzRA President Thayer Verschoor responds to Sen Debbie Lesko 4-4-15-briefs: Senator, thou doth protest too much – and for the wrong reason. I like Senator Lesko. Her record (generally conservative) makes her vote against HB2246 troublesome. She ignored numerous constituent emails and phone calls. You can't say you trust parents then vote against "Parental Rights". The facts:
ü I met with the Speaker because of our criticism that SB1469 established - in the budget - the SBE as a separate agency. The Speaker believed AzRA was wrong, however, House Research Staff advised him that AzRA was correct; and the Speaker and I forged a stronger/closer relationship.
ü Neither I nor AzRA denigrated Superintendent Diane Douglas. We have gone to the wall fighting for her and her interests urging the defeat of HB2184, SB1469, and supporting HB2190, and HB2246 which failed due to the vote of Senator Lesko.
ü The Senator is inaccurate asserting that AzRA is a reincarnation of the PAChyderm Coalition. A look at the AzRA Executive Board shows only two persons in the 16 member AzRA leadership core were in PAChy leadership.
Senator Lesko is right on one point - Liberals like to divide and conquer. That applies to Democrats, but sometimes more so to (Pro-Common Core/Pro-Medicaid Expansion/Pro-Illegal Immigration) RINO Republicans that Senator Lesko joined in killing HB2246. We are not stating she is a RINO, but the question as to why she joined them is appropriate.
E-mails that hold elected officials accountable do not distract and divide. Elected officials inconsistent in following the Constitution, and the position of those they represent, cause distraction, division and the integrity of the Republican Party and many leave the Party in disgust. Editor’s Note: This statement has been condensed to the policy limit of 300 words. See full statement Senator, thou doth protest too much – and for the wrong reason.
· Precinct Committeemen Having Been Asking About The upcoming AZGOP April 18 meeting since it is traditional for interested PCs to sit in on the meetings (as observers, cannot vote). There has been no public announcement of the April 18 AZGOP meeting, so I sent an e-mail to AZGOP Robert Graham reminding him that – when elected in 2013 he had assured me that Briefs would receive the announcements/agendas and was welcome to attend all state GOP meetings. (Normal procedure for the past decade of prior state chairmen). Yesterday morning, Graham responded “… This is a new cycle and I am changing things up a bit. This will be a closed meeting. Those in attendance will be the Executive Committee, AZGOP Staff and the LD Chairman. Thanks for your interest. Have a Happy Easter.” So there you have straight from the horse’s mouth… It’s a closed meeting. Hmm… wonder how that is going to set with interested grassroots State Committeemen and PCs???
· There Is Also Growing PCs Chatter about the lack of movement by the AZGOP on the “closed primaries resolutions” that were passed at the January 2014 and 2015 statutory meeting. Many are of the opinion that the AZGOP is delaying action on ‘closed primaries’ because they believe Sen John McCain cannot win a closed primary election. They wonder if this one of the items up for discussion at the mysterious April 18 ‘closed meeting’?
· ATTN: Town Of Gilbert Republicans: The Town of Gilbert is looking for people to serve on the Planning Commission and Parks. See board-openings
· The Arizona Game and Fish Department “open houses” for constituents to review proposed recommendations at the Game and Fish regional offices:
• 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. 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.
· RidersUSA will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., April 6 at the Elks Lodge #2251, 2302 S Hardy Dr., Tempe. 5:30 pm dinner optional. Agenda: "Flags For Our Fallen" and ID cards for illegals.
· AZ Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) Update On The Legislative Session: At 3:34 am, Friday, April 3, the Arizona Legislature adjourned (Sine Die) their 2015 Regular Session. Any bills that did not make it through the Legislature and sent to the Governor are dead this year. Once adjournment occurs, the Governor has 10 days (not counting Sundays) to make a decision on bills sent to him by the Legislature. Generally, bills not vetoed by the Governor will become effective on July 3, 3015.
Bills Signed: The status and summaries of bills that AzCDL monitored this session can be found on our Bill Tracking page. The following are firearms related pro-rights bills that the Governor has signed:
ü HB 2396 (Rep. Franklin Pratt, LD-8) removes the restriction on the type of firearms a wildlife guide may carry.
ü HB 2527 (Rep. Anthony Kern, LD-20), the AzCDL-requested bill that strengthens Arizona’s firearms preemption laws by prohibiting state agencies and political subdivisions from restricting the transfer of firearms.
Pending Governor Decision: The following pro-rights bills were sent the Governor and are awaiting his decision:
ü HB 2399 (Rep. Franklin Pratt, LD-8) would add hunter harassment to the list of crimes that can suspend or revoke a hunting license.
ü HB 2407 (Rep. David Stevens, LD-14) would require strict compliance for the ballot initiative requirements (signatures, dates, etc.). With Bloomberg’s gun owner registration ballot measure coming, it is important to make sure proper procedures are adhered to.
ü SB 1189 (Senator Kelli Ward, LD-5) would allow for the restoration of the right to possess firearms when certain convictions are set aside.
Comments about these, or any other bills, can be left at the Governor’s website.
· AzCDL Notes That The Bills The Governor Signed (or was sent to the Governor), are fairly “safe.” Meanwhile, every critical, (from AzCDL perspective) important, pro-rights firearm bill suffered unexpected defeat this session.
ü HB 2320 (Rep. Brenda Barton, LD-6) - AzCDL-requested bill that would exempt CCW permit holders from being disarmed when entering state and local government property unless everyone entering is screened for weapons, was killed during a Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) hearing by three Republican Senators voting with the Democrats. This was after, HB 2320 passed out of the House. Followed by the Senate Appropriations Committee hearing where an attempt to add poison pill amendments was exposed and quashed. Two of the three Senators who switched sides in the COW hearing, Adam Driggs and Bob Worsley, voted for a virtually identical bill in the last session.
ü HB 2431 (Rep. Bob Thorpe, LD-6) - AzCDL-requested bill that would establish an interstate compact that restricts member states from enacting firearm transfer requirements greater than existing federal law, was held in the Senate Rules Committee while the clock ran out on the session. The passage of a bill like HB 2431 is critical in derailing Bloomberg’s gun owner registration ballot initiative. There will only get one more opportunity to pass a state compact bill before the 2016 election.
ü SB 1291 (Sen Steve Smith, LD-11) - would allow for injunctions, fines and civil suits when political subdivisions (counties, cities, etc.) disregard state firearm preemption statues, was a casualty of the final hours of the session. After making it through the Senate, it was amended in the House and sent back to the Senate where it failed to get a final floor vote before Sine Die. SB 1291 was heavily lobbied for by the NRA.
ü SB 1330 (Sen Kelli Ward, LD-5) - would make any future federal acts that violate the Second Amendment invalid in Arizona, was held in the House Rules Committee while the clock ran out.
· AzCDL Notes That “the Speaker of the House is a member of the House Rules Committee, along with the House Majority Leader and House Majority Whip. The Senate Rules Committee is chaired by the Senate President and its members include the Senate Majority Leader and the Senate Majority Whip. These are the most powerful members of their respective chambers. If anyone can make a bill move or not move, they can. AzCDL questions, why the sudden change of heart by the Legislative Leadership? Could it be there was a quiet effort to prevent “controversial” bills from reaching the Governor? If so, at whose request? Is it the lure of Bloomberg money? Will AzCDL face the same obstacles next year? From AzCDL perspective the defeat of these bills can be laid directly at the feet of the Leadership. They had the power to get these bills to the Governor, but for whatever reason they chose not to.”
Meanwhile, AzCDL will continue to work to defeat Bloomberg and to prepare for next year’s legislative battles. – Contact: Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.
· LD-29 Will Meet At 7 Pm., Tues., April 14 at Kings & Associates Realty, LLC
6006 N 83rd Ave, Suite 201, Glendale, Az 85303.Felix Garcia, candidate for City of Phoenix District 5 Councilman, will discuss his plans for Phoenix and the fall election. Contact: LD29 Chr Alan Gaugert 623-330-3622 email@example.com
· The Emery Riddle University Republicans meet at 7 pm., Monday evenings in the ERU-King Engineering Bldg. Contact: Joey Cilano firstname.lastname@example.org
· An Immigration Forum is scheduled at 5:30 pm., Fri., April 17 at the Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre West Campus, 2202 W Anklam Rd., Tucson. A flyer carrying the photos of Congressmen Raul M. Grijalva and Luis V Gutierrez reads: “Time to attend a protest at PCC to show our displeasure towards DACA and PACA.” The flyer doesn’t say who is sponsoring the foum/protest.
· . April 6: 5:45 pm, Mesa Main LibraryAnyone in Arizona is invited.www.GilbertWatch.com
· Arizona Sheriff Babeu Slams ICE Plan to Free Illegal With TB Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu slammed federal immigration officials for creating a huge public risk with their plans to release an illegal alien with drug-resistant tuberculosis into the largest city in Pinal County. "This is unacceptable — and it's reckless disregard for the public's safety,"
· The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) website www.azra2016.com has been established, thanks to the efforts of Dave and Vicki Alger. It is still in the creation process and interactive pages are being added on a regular basis.
· The Colorado River Tea Party’s Annual Tax Day Event is scheduled from 1-4 pm, Sat., April 11 at the Joe Henry Memorial Park. Bring folding chairs or blankets. Tables under Ramada #28. Free hot dogs, soda and water will be available. LD13 State Senator Don Shooter, who is the chairman of Senate Appropriations and vice chair of Natural Resources, and LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro will be speaking on the 52nd legislative sessions "bill's" impacting your TAX dollars. Howard Blitz of Freedom Library and Constitution Studies, will explain the original purpose of taxes. Yuma County Supervisor/radio talk show host Russ Clark will be the master of ceremonies. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer email@example.com 928-210-1219.
· Congressman Paul Gosar has named the winners of his annual Easter Card competition:
ü 1st place for 7 and under: Taylor Coz, Yuma Boys and Girls Club.
ü 2nd place winner 7 and under: Audrey (Pita) Islas, Sacred Heart Catholic School in Prescott.
ü 3rd place 7 and under: Savanna Delgado Janice, Avalon Charter School in Apache Junction.
ü 1st place winner 8 and older: Alyse Locarno, Avalon Charter School in Apache Junction.
ü 2nd place winner 8 and older: Tanner Baker, Clarkdale-Jerome School in Clarkdale.
ü 3rd place winner 8 and older: Taylor Miller, Clarkdale-Jerome School.
ü Best Theme: Gia Jehle, Calvary Christian Academy in Lake Havasu.
ü Best Egg: Karina Barragan, Calvary Christian Academy in Lake Havasu.
ü Best Bunny 8 and older: Michaela Fijlkowski from Palm Croft Elementary School in Yuma.
ü Best Bunny 7 and under: Jacob Goldsberry from Superstition Mountain Elementary School in Apache Junction.
Tied - people's choice:
ü Lili-Claire Nicole, Sacred Heart Catholic School in Prescott.
ü Jaicee Paine, Boys and Girls Club in Kingman
Over 485 children participate in this year’s contest.
· Sen John Kavanagh, and Reps Jay Lawrence and Michelle Ugenti , will be the callers at the Paradise Republican Women’s Bingo luncheon scheduled at 11 am., Sat., April 11 at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Golf Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 10:30am Social. $30 per person. RSVP deadline: April 8, 2015. Mail your check and reservation to: PRWC, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267. Contact: www.prwc.org
· AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham will attend the Honoring American’s Veterans event at 6 pm., Mon., April 13 at the Steele Indian School Park Memorial Hall in Phoenix. Refreshments provided.
· Welfare-Abusers-Getting Bad-News 12 more states are now seriously looking at, is through drug testing for welfare recipients, the theory being that if someone has enough money to buy and use drugs, they don’t need or deserve welfare assistance
· The Maricopa County Young Republican Professionals Charter Meeting will be held 7pm Tues, April 21 at AZGOP HQ 3501 N 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Open to 18-40 year old Republicans in the valley. Speakers: AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham and MCYRP President Chris Herring speak about the vision for Young Republicans in Maricopa County. RSVP through the Facebook link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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: email@example.com
LD2 Chairman Sergio Arellano is urging potential candidates to attend the four-day, non-partisan Tucson Hispanic Chamber Candidate Campaign Academy starting April 9. This workshop provides training for political candidates or campaign workers. Facilitator: John C Scott, political talk show host who has interviewed nearly every southern Arizona candidate during his 40 years career. The four-day, once a week workshops will be held from 6-9 pm., at the chamber office. $99 per person. THCC members $75 per person. Register at www.tucsonhispanicchamber.org
ü April 9 – Civic Leadership: Should I run for office?
ü April 16 – Issues/Opportunities from a business perpective
ü April 23 – Candidate Media Training.
ü April 30 – Developing a Winning Campaign – campaign finance/clean election, political parties 101.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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. Contact: Kaufman at 480-368-2777 firstname.lastname@example.org
· 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 Emery Riddle University College Republicans meet every Monday evening at 7 pm, in the ERAU-King Engineering Blvd in Prescott. Contact: Chr Joey Cilano 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.
· 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.
· Gov Doug Ducey Will Sign House Bill 2645 at 9:30 am., Mon., April 6 which allows for a person to obtain lab testing without the prior consent of a physican. The governor will be joined by elected officials and CEO of Theranos Elizabeth Holmes, Rep Heather Carter and Sen Nancy Barto at ASU SkySong, 1365 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 300, Scottsdale, AZ 85257.
TUESDAY, APRIL 7
· The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30pm., Tues., April 7 in the Grand Canyon Rm of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd. Sun City West, AZ 85375to hear immediate past Maricopa County Republicans Chairman A J LaFaro address ‘Voter Fraud, Ballot Harvesting’ and other hot topics. LaFaro is the National Director, Arizona Republican Assembly (Azra), LD17 Past Chairman; Chairman Of Arizona Citizens Tired Of Public Employee Unions and a Member of the Tempe Tea Party. The STP 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. Contact: Chr Vera Anderson : 602-821-4675 firstname.lastname@example.org 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://SBRC1.org
· Congressman Trent Franks is 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. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com
· 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.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10
· LD 10 Will Be ‘Remembering Ronald Reagan’ at 6 pm., Fri., April 10 with dinner, dancing and a silent auction at the Savory Opera House in Trail Dust Town, , 6541 E Tanque Verde Rd., Tucson. Contact: Parralee Schneider 250-5073 firstname.lastname@example.org
· The Oro Valley Republican Women Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Fri., April 10 at 300 W Greenock Dr.,Oro Valley. Contact: Beth Van Horn at 520-403-5931.
· 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.
SATURDAY, APRIL 11
CD1 Candidate Gary Kiehne will address CD11 at 9:30 am., Sat., April 11, in the Oro Valley Library, More Information
· The Organizational Meeting Of North Central Arizona Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly will be held at 11 am., Sat., April 11 at Robbies 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. . RSVP Rose firstname.lastname@example.org or Jacque email@example.com for a lunch head count for the restaurant
· LD 9 will meet at 9 am, Sat., April 11 at La Paloma Urgent Care, 4001 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson, 85718. Speakers will be AZ Secretary of State Michele Reagan and LD5 Sen Kelli Ward. Contact: Prog Chr Kate Reynolds (520.296.4944) or Chairman Brad Johns (520.250.9763).
LD17 Precinct Committee Training is scheduled from 10 am until noon, Sat., April 11. Contact: Chairman Shadow Asgari at LD17shadow@gmail.com
· A Coffee And Cocoa Club Breakfast with Sen Jeff Flake and Rep Jason Chaffetz is scheduled at 8 am., April 11 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott. Registration at 7:30 am. $50 includes membership, breakfast and hot beverage mug. Register here.
· The Paradise Republican Women 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. RSVP by April 8, 2015 or mail your check and reservation to: PRWC, PO Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 www.prwc.org
· 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 at the Gherald Hoopes Activity Center on the campus of Eastern Arizona College. Contact/RSVP: 928-651-0455
· The Glendale Police Department and Council member Tolmachoff will host an April Shred Event between 8-11 am, April 11 at Highland Lakes School, 19000 N 63rd Ave., Glendale, AZ. This free service is a valuable resource that helps residents properly dispose of personal information that can lead to identity theft. Each household is limited to three banker’s boxes and due to demand, the event may conclude if trucks are full. For further information, please contact Doreen Anderson with the Glendale Police Department at 623-695-0440.
· ERAU College Republicans And Yavapai County Young Republicans invited the whole family to a BBQ between 11 am-3 pm., Sat., April 11 at the Pool Ramada on the ERAU Campus. Free food, raffle prizes, speakers, fellowship and fun. Speakers: LD-1 Rep Noel Campbell and Quang Nguyen of Patriot Network TV. RSVP by April 4 to Joey Cilano 928-420-4751 or ERAU.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marty Hermanson Is Hosting the Maricopa Golf Classic Tournament raising funds for Wounded Warriors & 100 club on Sat., April 11 at the Duke at Rancho El Dorado, 42660 W Rancho El Dorado Pkwy, Maricopa, Arizona 85138. If you do not play golf, they offer lunch @ $25. Website has the packet and information. You can pay online. If you would like to donate a Raffle or Silent Auction item, please reach out to email@example.com Golf Committee: Chairman Marty Hermanson, Chance Jordan, Doug Murray, Stephanie Bores, James Dawson and Brenda Hermanson www.themaricopagolfclassic.com
· Author Trevor Loudon www.TrevorLoudon.comwill discuss his book “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the US Congress” and a new documentary film "The Enemies Within" between 9:45 am and noon, Sat., April 11 at the North Scottsdale Christian Church, 28700 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale, AZ. 85266, – Donations & vendors welcome. Contact: Mark Singer-480-488-1388 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Awesome Food City Grocery Store Ad Not A Word Is Spoken