Sunday, May 3, 2015

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Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor

Web Master   John Strasser


Sunday - May 3, 2015


·       A Simmering Controversy Over the new Yavapai County Chairman Mark Sanders  management style surfaced last Wednesday when several Executive Committee (ExCom) members distributed an “open letter” of  concerns to precinct committeemen.  The letter, signed by current officers Second Vice Chair L. G. Mace, Treasurer Roger Reinsch and Assistant Treasurer Craig Arps allege that Sanders: (Editor’s Note: Contrary to an earlier report, immediate past chairman Jim Dutton, did not sign the letter.)

ü  Overstates the number of newly recruited PCs, noting there are currently 227 PCs, whereas there were 242 two years.

ü  Said YAVGOP would be raising $100,000, whereas it only have $900 which won’t keep them operational for long.

ü  2015 Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner netted $4987; the 2014 Dinner netted $7783.

ü  Told the Executive Committee they have no say so in the operation of the committee or the office. Twice told them, “I am the chairman, I can do anything I want.”

ü  Refuses to give ExCom members office keys.

ü  Changed the password to the computers system, denying access to the ExCom.

ü  Made fiscal decisions without the consent to the ExCom.

ü  Doesn’t follow Robert Rules of Order.

ü  Appointed two Area Directors before they were appointed PCs.  The bylaws require an Area Director to be a PC at the time of appointment.

ü  Told the ExCom to “get used to his management style.”

A partial lists of improvements the officers claim need to be made:

ü  Update and maintain the YAVGOP web site.

ü  The T’NT application on the website is not the same as the one in the office kiosk

ü  The State GOP has offered a free website has not been responded to.

ü  Newly appointed PC’s are being ignored;

1.     January appointees still have not been notified of the Board of Supervisors approval of their applications.

2.     Haven’t been added to the News Letter list

3.     BOS hasn’t been informed of death, resignations or when PCs have moved out of their precincts.

4.     AZGOP hasn’t been provided with PC contact information.

5.     Area Directors, Precinct Captains and PCs of status changes not recorded.

6.     Current PC list not provided to PCs

7.     PC meetings not announced.

In an exchange of e-mails between Sanders and some of the PCs, Sanders claims the allegations are “misrepresentations, distortions and falsehoods.” He admits there are administrative issues but claims they are being worked out and that no signee has spoken to him about these complaints. “My election as Chairman has been assailed since the very day of the election,”  Sanders wrote - citing negative responses posted on Facebook.  Noting three of the signees are Pachyderm members, he claims he was asked to leave a Chino Valley Pachyderm meeting and that the Pachyderms directed all reference to their club be removed from all YAVGOP publications, sites or other location. Sanders e-mail claims there has been an ongoing attempt to discredit and create derision ever since he was elected.


·       AZGOP Executive Committee Transcript Link to a transcript of the April 18 AZGOP Executive Committee (ExCom) meeting taken directly from a tape recorded by an attendee of the meeting that was closed to precinct committeeman (PCs)  and state committeemen observers.  Briefs doesn’t have space to run the 23 page transcript.  Behind The Scenes: Robert Graham’s Exclusive Exec. Meeting  also provides some insight to the meeting.


·        Attention - Common Core Fighters: Applications are due May 6 for those wishing to serve on the State Board of Education (SBE)  “Arizona Standards Development Committee (ASDC).” This is the committee that was established at Gov Doug Ducey’s request to "review and replace the standards" at the SBE meeting on March 23rd. ( See application form:  Submitted applications, including resume, to  Contact: Jennifer Reynolds   480-961-4214


·       This Monday, May 4, at 9:30 Am (EST) ,  the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (D.C. Circuit) will hold oral argument on a lawsuit brought by Sheriff Joe Arpaio to enjoin the implementation of President Barack Obama's executive actions effectively granting amnesty to over 5 million illegal aliens. The lower court judge, Beryl Howell, an Obama appointee, had dismissed the case calling it politically based. However, Sheriff Arpaio disagrees. The primary issues are whether the US Constitution must be considered as well as the Administrative Procedures Act. President Obama circumvented both in illegally issuing executive orders which flouted the law of the land. A press conference will be held on the Courthouse steps immediately following, according to Arpaio’s attorney Larry Klayman.  This case is likely headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Contact:

·        Congrats To The AZ Citizen Defense League AzCDL for recruiting its 12,000 member at the Pima County Fair in April .  AzCDL formed in 2005 when seven activists decided to do something about the loss of the right to bear arms in Arizona.  By June AzCDL was officially formed with four of the original founders becoming AzCDL’s first directors.  That same year AzCDL experienced its first success at the legislature.  Five years later, in 2010, among many other accomplishments, they were successful in achieving Constitutional Carry in Arizona.  The right to carry openly or discreetly without begging permission from government bureaucrats was restored. Due to their success, Arizona has become the “brass ring” for gun grabbers.  Not only do they have Constitutional Carry, but Guns and Ammo magazine has twice declared Arizona as the number one state for gun owners.  AzCDL has become the main target of Bloomberg’s campaign to achieve universal gun owner registration.  You can join AzCDL at join AzCDL or upgrade your current membership with Fred ( Help support their two full time lobbyists at  Legislative Action Center or see Volunteer Page to offer your services.

·       Linda Brickman Had Joined  The AZ Leadership Team for Ted Cruz for President.  Information on Cruz   Brickman can be reached at: or 602-330-9422.


·       Canceled: The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma has cancelled its May 7 meeting so members can attend Congressman Paul Gosar’s Town Hall  scheduled at 5:30 pm., in the City Hall Council Chamber, 1 City Plaza, Yuma.  Contact: Chr Sally Kizer   928-210-1219 .


·        Cancelled: The Arizona American African Republican Committee (AAARC) will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., May 7 in the AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx to hear Phoenix mayoral candidate Anna Brennan.  Contact: Rev Clyde Bowen   Facebook:


·       Reports Are Coming In that about 100 people attended the AZGOP ‘Campaign School’ at state headquarters in Phoenix on Saturday. The session featured AZGOP Executive Director Chad Heywood, Communications Director Tim Sifert, Consultants Sean Noble, Constantine Querard and Brian Murray, on topics including communications, grassroots activities, social media and fundraising. More sessions are planned in the future.


·       The Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families is searching for youth ambassadors that show leadership, engage communities and mobilize other youth to solve community challenges.  Applications are due by 3 pm., May 27 from those who will high school sophomore, juniors and seniors in the fall. Potential commissioners must submit an application and may be interviewed in June at the State Capitol if selected.  If you are interested in applying you can access the application at  The GYC members will be selected and announced in late June. A mandatory orientation for the Governor’s Youth Commission 2015 - 2016 is on Sat, Aug 8, 2015 in Phoenix


·       Tea Party Patriots Will Be Hosting Legislative Updates at 1 pm every Monday that Congress is in session, Legislative Consultant Bill Pascoe will cut through all the muck, mire and political spin to give you pertinent, up-to-date information on what is happening in Washington and how you can take action. Update: 1 pm,  Monday EST. register


·       The Moral Action Ministry Presents Supt of Public Education Diane Douglas in the Arizona State Government in Action-The 1st 100 days of 2015 between 9:34 am and noon, Sat., May 16 at the North Scottsdale Christian Church, 28700 N. Pima Road, (Dynamite & Pima) Scottsdale, AZ. LD23 Reps Michele Ugenti and Jay Lawrence will address legislative issues.


·       "Ragged Old Flag"    John Cash… too good not to share


·       Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas will launch a statewide tour next week to hear residents opinions and concerns on all K-12 education issues. The “We Are Listening” tour will make 14 visits through the end of June. Public comments can also be submitted via email at, online at, or via the @azedschools Twitter account using #HearingEveryVoice. See schedule:

ü  Thurs., May 7 -5 pm, Coronado High School, Scottsdale

ü  Sat. May 9 – 9 am, Chandler High School Center for the Arts, Chandler

ü  Thurs, May 28 – 5 pm, Pima Community College Cntr/Arts, Tucson

ü  Sat. May 30 – 9 am, Buena Performing Arts Cntr, Sierra Vista


·       The Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL) can use some helping hands to work at their guns shows and other events from Page to Yuma, Bullhead City to Wilcox. AzCDL started in June 2005 with a handful of citizens. Today, the membership is nearly 12,000 and is expected to expand to 13,000 by the opening of the next legislative session.  See Volunteer page for information about volunteering. Volunteers interested in helping at the Arizona Freedom Fest on May 1-3 at Shots Ranch should contact Fred at  To join go to (AzCDL) for information on the all volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.


·       Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas is establishing an annual committee to review regulations on education in Arizona’s Education Code A.R.S. Title 15 Education. Professionals interested in participating should submit their C.V. or resume either electronically via email to the or by U.S. Postal Service to Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1535 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007 by May 15, 2015, with the first meeting planned for June.  Subject line: “Application for Title 15 review committee.

·       Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate or Representatives   Let them know how you feel. Hold their feet to the fire. They wanted these positions so badly, hold them accountable.  Arizona delegation phone numbers: 

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

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

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

o   Rep Martha McSally  (R2)                 202-225-2542             520-881-3588            

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

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

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

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

o   Rep Reuben Gallego (D7)                  202-225-4065             202-225-1655

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

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




·       Editor’s Note:  When expressing opinions, please limit commentary to 300 words.


·       Joseph N. Perron, President AZ East Valley Pro-Life Alliance: Ten Republicans joined  Democrats to back pro-abortion Obama AG nominee Loretta Lynch.  AZ Senator Jeff Flake was amongst the 10 defectors.

It is appalling and deeply disappointing  that our Jr. Senator, deliberately ignoring his pro-life commitment, as a candidate to defend and protect life to the AZ pro-life voter,  adamantly forged ahead to join Democrats in voting for Obama’s pro-abortion Attorney General Nominee.  Pro-Life elected leaders must “dare to be different” and do the right thing by our Creator without rationalizing their beliefs and/or feelings, particularly when it comes to protecting LIFE! ten-republicans-join-democrats

Loretta Lynch previously argued that the ban against the killing of partially-born children was “unconstitutionally vague and threatens the integrity of the criminal justice system”.  She defended the pro-abortion position against the ban saying the definition of a “living fetus” is “hopelessly vague”. There is nothing “vague” about inhumanely suctioning a baby from its mother’s womb before it is born!  loretta-lynch-admits-she-once-acted-to-protect-partialbirth-abortions

America deserves leaders who will fight for our unborn babies!  By giving into the evils of electing abortion-minded leaders is not “governing” but

“surrendering” to the most pro-abortion agenda in our nation’s history!

Yes, Mr. Flake “elections do have consequences”!   America Deserves Better!  Contact: Perron 480-216-7217




·        Rep. Gosar Introduces Bipartisan Legislation To Prohibit Members Of Congress From Flying First-Class On The Taxpayer Dime

·        House Passes Gosar Amendments Supporting Increased Water Storage, Western Drought Solutions

·        Gosar-Buck Amendment Blocks $18.7 Million For New, Duplicative Climate Model Program

·        House Passes Four Gosar Amendments Targeted At Providing Better Services, Accountability At VA

·        Salmon Brings The Shrink Our Spending Initiative To The 114th Congress

·         Salmon And Sherman Introduce Resolution Expressing America’s Support For Nepal

·        McSally Takes Action To Better Protect Local Communities Against Terrorist Attacks

·        Flake, McCain Introduce Bill To Rewrite EPA’s Flawed Water Rule

·        Flake: #Porkchops: Draft Day Bust

·        Flake Speaks In Support Of Bill Requiring Congressional Review Of Nuclear Agreement With Iran

·        McCain ON DOD’s Annual Report On Sexual Assault In The Military


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

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

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

ü  Rep Martha McSally  (R2)           202-225-2542             520-881-3588

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

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

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

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

ü  Rep Reuben Gallego (D7)                        202-225-4065             202-225-1655

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

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






·        The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club will meet at the McCormick  ‘Millennium’ Resort, 7401 N Scottsdale Road., Scottsdale for their May 4 dinner meeting.   5:30 pm – meet/greet. 6 pm mtg, 6:20 dinner, 7 pm program. Matt Kenney/Dan Caldwell of Concerned Veterans for America will address the group. Spouses welcome.  $35 per person. Reservations required. RSVP deadline . Thurs., April 20.  Contact Judy Eisenhower  480-6598962


·        Congressman David Schweikert will be at Mustang Library Auditorium, 10101 N 90th St., Scottsdale, AZ 85258  at 4 pm., Mon., May 4  for a budget presentation. Contact: Linda Rizzo (480) 946-2411.


·        The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 4 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx. with Lance Hurley’s presentation of “An Evening with Patrick Henry.” Contact Chr Ron Ludders at 602-677-1496



·        The Pima County Republican Club luncheon featuring Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada is scheduled at noon, Tues., May 5 at the Sabbar Center, 450 S Tucson Blvd., Tucson. $11 includes beverage. Admission -$5 with chips & Beverage. Contact:



·        Senator Marco Rubio will highlight the CAP event at 7 pm., May 6 in the Arizona Christian University Gymnasium, 2625 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032. $40 members. Discounted rates for Precinct Committeemen.  Limited space.  Click here for  tickets for the main event or private pre-event reception. Pre-event reception attendees will get a picture with Rubio and participate in an exclusive Q&A. CAP President Cathi Herrod and Arizona Christian University President Len Munsil will also speak. contact Cylee Gutting at or (602) 248-9172


·        The Red Mountain Patriots will hear radio talk show host Bradlee Dean at 7 pm., Wed., May 6 at the Faith Christian School, 7464 E Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207. Doors open at 5 pm.


·        Freedom Fires, Red Mountain Patriots and the East Valley Tea Party meet the first and third Wednesday at the Faith Christian School, 7464 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207. Start time: 7 pm. Admission: $2.50. They also meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at Burke Basic School, 131 E. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210. Start time: 6:30 p.m. Admission: $2.  May meetings:

ü  Wed, May 6 at 7 pm.: Nationally-syndicated talk show host Bradlee Dean from Minnesota. Meeting Place: Faith Christian School.

ü  Wed, May 13  at 6:30 p.m.: KCarl Smith will be speaking at the Faith Christian School.

ü  Wed, May 20 at 7 pm .: Veteran's Day Celebration with Kirsten Millsap and Company at  Faith Christian School.



·        The Central Republican Women of Phoenix will meet at 6:15 pm, May 7 for dinner at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N. Central, Phoenix to hear Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery discuss issues facing the county.   Montgomery will discuss DUI enforcement and the ballot measure to decriminalize marijuana as  well as other  issues.  Social at 5:30 pm. $22 per dinner. RSVP: Tina Shaw or 623-934-9730.  A reservation made is a reservation paid. Cancellations must by made by May 4 to avoid being charged. Contact info:


·        Cancelled: The Arizona American African Republican Committee (AAARC) will meet at 6:30 pm., Thurs., May 7 in the AZGOP headquarters, 3501 N. 24th St., Phx to hear Phoenix mayoral candidate Anna Brennan.  Contact: Rev Clyde Bowen   Facebook:


·        Cancelled In Lieu Of Congressman Paul Gosar Townhall: The Colorado River Tea Party – Yuma will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., May 7 at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Hwy 95m (last building behind church).  Contact: Chr Sally Kizer   928-210-1219


·        Congressman Paul Gosar is conducting a 5:30 pm., May 7 Town Hall in the City Hall Council Chambers at 1 City Plaza, Yuma, AZ 85364. Website on Twitter @repgosar, or through Facebook at Representative Paul Gosar.


·       The Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am, Thur., May 7 to hear House Speaker David Gowan give a wrap up on the 2015 legislative session and take questions. $10 membership luncheon. $12 guest/visitors lunch. $25 yearly membership. Club meets the first Thursday of the month, except July/Aug. The group meets at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa.  Northwest corner of University Drive and Gilbert Road.  Riviera Plaza shopping center.  Contact: Sherry Pierce, President


·        The Northeast Maricopa County Chapter of Arizona Republican Assembly will meet between 6-8:30 pm., May 7 in Scottsdale.  Speaker - Scottsdale City Councilman Guy Phillips will address another Bond Issue that the majority of the council plans to foist off on taxpayers - similar to the 2014 bond issue.  Location: Scottsdale Via Linda Senior Center, Room 4, 10440 N. Via Linda, Scottsdale just south of Shea Blvd.  Open meeting. All are welcome.  RSVP not required.


·        Juan & Laura Ciscomani invite you to Patriotic Academy fundraiser at 6 pm., Fri, May 8 for conservative student boot camp. Hosted by Paul and Kathy Parisi, 363 E. Sunburst Pl., Oro Valley, 85704. RSVP with Laura Ciscomani (520) 6097416 or




·        The May 8 Tempe Republican Women’s 1920’s ‘Speakeasy’ Cocktail Party at the Tempe Sheraton, 1600 S 52nd St., Tempe. $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 Are Hosting A Cocktail Party Fundraiser between  7-10 pm., May 8 at the Tempe Sheraton, 1600 S 52nd St, Tempe. Cost is $30 - 2 free cocktails and appetizers included. Several hundred dollars worth of raffle items. Dress: Prohibition era. Costume not required. Vendor booths/sponsorships still available.  Tickets: trw-cocktail-party Contact: Jessica Merrow, 480-306-2545,


·        Republican Party of Maricopa County Chairman Tyler Bowyer is organizing the “Stand with Rand” Rally for Presidential Candidate US Senator Rand Paul between 3-5 pm., Fri., May 8 at the Sun Devil Fitness  Complex, 400 E. Apache Blvd., Tempe, Arizona 85287. Open to the public. Register at  MaricopaCountyGOP or  rand-paul-at-asu-tickets  Others speakers include LD5 Sen Kelli Ward, a potential US Senate candidate,  ASU Student Body President Cassidy Possehl and RPMC chairman Tyler Bowyer.  Contacts: Samantha Singh at , Nicholas VandenNieuwenhof at Or call (480) 965-8900 or call (480) 965-8900.



·        The LD23 Legislative Buffet Breakfast is scheduled at 9 am, Sat., May 9 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Road, Paradise Valley featuring Secretary of State Michele Reagan, Sen John Kavanagh and Reps Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence. Check in at 8:30 am. $40 per person. Checks payable to LD23 Republican Committee, 8776 E Shea Blvd, #106-341, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Reservation deadline – May 6.  Contact: Liz Alcorn  602-315-0349.


·        The Arizona Teenage Republicans Fundraiser dinner/auction is scheduled at 7 pm., Sat., May 9 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort with speakers former CA Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr., Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar, and former Secretary of State Ken Bennett. Tickets: 


·        Attorney General Mark Brnovich will address ‘Opinions, Thoughts And Goals’ at the Paradise Republican Women 11 am, Sat., May 9 luncheon  at the Gainey Golf Club, 7600 E. Gainey Golf Club Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85258. 10:30 social. Proposed bylaws changes will be voted on. $30 per person. RSVP by May 8. Mail check and reservation to: PRWC,  P.O. Box 14425, Scottsdale, AZ 85267.


·        Congressman Paul Gosar and former Congressman Barry Goldwater, Jr, along with former Secretary of State Ken Bennett will speak at the 7 pm., Sat., May 9 Arizona Teenage Republican (TARS) banquet at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort. Tickets: Click here 


·        The LD23 Legislative Breakfast is scheduled at 9 am, Sat., May 9 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, 7200 N Scottsdale Road, Paradise Valley, AZ. $40 per person. Speakers: Secretary of State Michele Reagan, Sen John Kavanagh, Reps Michelle Ugenti and Jay Lawrence. Check in opens at 8:30 am. Reservation deadline – May 6. Mail checks to LD23 Republican Committee, 8776 E Shea Blvd, #106-341, Scottsdale, AZ 85260. Contact: Liz Alcorn 6020-315-0349.



·        LD1 (Maricopa County) Is Hosting Congressman Trent Franks at 7 pm., May 11 at the Desert Hills Community Church, 34835 N. 7th St., Phx.  85086  (7th St. and Carefree Hwy., just north of Burger King). Contact  Cathy Schwanke  to confirm that Franks will be speaking in case of a scheduling change.


·        The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., May 11 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phx. with Founder of Public Speaking is Fun Founder Fred R Doidge aka  The Doctor of Public Speaking. He will address five ways to manage conflict, five ways to make a great first impressions and your personal commercial. Contact Chr Ron Ludders at 602-677-1496


·        The Yavapai County Republican Men’s Forum will elect new board members at the 11:30 am, May 11 meeting at St. Michael's Hotel Ballroom, 205 W. Gurley St., Prescott. Candidates include: Barry Denton – President; Tom Roegge – First Vice Chair; Mike Beatty – Secretary and Treasurer – Bob Luzius. Speakers include Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Central Yavapai County Fire District Chief Scott Freitag. $18 per person. Reservation deadline – Thurs., May 7. RSVP:  Bob Luzius  (928) 717-2551 or


·        Highway 69 Republican meet monthly at 6 pm, May 11  at the Puerta Vallarta Restaurant, 11901 E. Hwy 69, Dewey, AZ. 5 pm social hour. Speaker: Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio RSVP: June  (928) 632-4661.



·       Ethics Attorneys: Judge Snow Must Recuse Himself From Sheriff Arpaio’s Case

·       Democrat Believes Sixth Time Is Charm Against McCain

·       Britain Has A New Princess _ And Eagerly Awaits Her Name

·       Judge-Jeanine-Its-Time-To-Respect-Cops-Role-In-Society

·       Ducey-Fast-Pace-Makes-Friends And Foes

·       McCain-Tone-Toughens-On Immigration-Reform & Border-Security-As He Faces Reelection

·       Fema-Audit-Rips-Arizona-Division-Emergency-Management

·       Arizona-Cases-Among-Unreleased-VA-Investigations

·       Robert Robb: Arpaio-Hearing-Should-Stick-To-Racial-Profiling

·       Douglas-Will-Not Fire-Chief-Over Racy-Website

·       Gosar-Bucks-Amendment: Blocks $18.7 Million-For-New-Duplicative-Climate-Model-Program

·       Gofundme Yanks Crowdfunding Campaign For Baltimore Cops

·       Is-Marijuana-Initiative-Step-Toward-Legalizing-Drugs

·       Testing, Funding On Minds-Of Douglas Listening Tour Participants

·       Federal-Court-Upholds-Arizona-Election-Law

·       Politics-Unplugged-Seg-2  Board Of Supervisors/Budget

·       Politics-Unplugged-Seg-3   MCSO/Arpaio

·       Joe-Arpaio-Campaign-Get $5.5 Million -From Donors In Past 2 Years

·       State-Holds-Unclaimed-Property, Can Be Elusive

·       Gallego-Says-Dreamers-Should-Be-Able-To-Join-Military

·       Flagstaff-Seeks-Solutions-To-Winter-Snow-Recreation-Traffic

·       DPS-Weekend-Crackdown-On-SR-51-Speeders-Uses-Aircraft

·       Aquatic Programs Open Throughout Chandler

·       Colorado Plague Outbreak Shows It’s Hard To Diagnose The Disease

·       Russia Conducts Nuclear Bomber Flight Near Alaska

·       Almost-Extinct Fish Keeping Water Off Limits Amid Calif. Drought, Farmers Weigh Challenge

·       Arizona Could Face-New-Lawsuit-Dreamers-Drivers-License-Ban

·       Starving-McMansions-Big-Homes-Poor-Guatemala



·       Behind The Scenes: Robert Graham’s Exclusive Exec. Meeting

·        Robert Robbed Of Memory On Closed Primary  

·        Arizonans Are Well Acquainted With Fish Wrap News

·        Baltimore An Example Of Decades Of Liberal Control

·        Another AZGOP Exec. Comm. Member Voices Frustration With Graham

·        Dare Challenge McCain? Attacks On Sen. Ward Begin

·        Congressman J.D. Hayworth Is On The Move!


·        Ethics Attorneys: Judge Snow Must Recuse Himself From Sheriff Arpaio’s Case

·        New Poll: Support For Glendale Casino Collapses

·        Arizona Freedom Fest – Next Weekend!


·        Democrat Believes Sixth Time Is Charm Against McCain

·        AZGOP Executive Committee Transcript  4-18-15 meeting

·        Please Get Involved In The Process To Remove And Replace Common Core

·        The Conservative Populist Breakout

·        Forced To Re-Debate The Issue "Out Of Order"

·        A Fool Proof Way To Keep People Off My Lawn


·        When-Will- Governor -Ducey-Stop The Drugs From Being Smuggled Into AZ?

·        Baltimore: 50-Years-A Democrat-City-And Look At The Outcome

·        No-No-No-Arizona-Governor-Doug-Ducey - The Budget Is Not Balanced

·        Oops-Upside-Your-Head-By-Dr-Ada-M-Fisher


·        Gov-Ducey-To-Arizona-Citizens: Please-Get-Involved-In-The-Process-To-Remove-And-Replace-Common-Core

  • Click  HERE for details on the public process.  Click HERE to apply to be a part of the process.  May 6 deadline to submit applications to participate on the Arizona Standards Development Committee (ASDC) is May 6.) 
  • “Data Request Review Board”  Click HERE to read the handbook titled "Requesting Personally Identifiable Information or Data from the Arizona Department of Education.


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