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Briefs Editor   Frosty Taylor    repcomm@cox.net

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Saturday – August 15, 2015 

 

·        McCain Tells Native American To “Get Out Of Here, Now!” See photo of Sen. John McCain reportedly attempting to release from a hand shake when he saw that Adriano Tsinigine held a sign that reads Protect Oat Flat.”  The photo cutline reads, “…Met Mr. McCain and asked for a photo. Then I pulled out my 'Protect Oak Flat' card and when he seen it, he looked me right in the eye and said "Get out of here, now!" Haha, this ma'ii is just afraid of us, because of how powerful we are...”  apache stronghold     Editor’s note: McCain was among Gov Doug Ducey’s group - including  Secretary of State Michele Reagan, House Speaker David Gowan, Senate President Andy Biggs, Sen Carlyle Begay and LD13 Senate Don Shooter - that visited the Navajo Nation Fri., Aug 15  for the Navajo Code Talkers Day festivities.

 

·       Protesters ‘Sit In’ To Voice Opposition To Sen John McCain’s visit in the Navajo Museum where McCain was to meet with Navajo Council members. See marley.shebala/videos

 

·       McCain Not Welcome on Navajo Nation: “…Being reminded that he is not welcomed on Dinétah and that we stand with our Ndeh/Apache relatives. Sen. McCain is again pushing our so-called leaders for another water rights settlement that solely benefits resource exploitation instead of Diné lifeways. Diné water for a Diné future, not wasteful and disrespectful settler societies!”   ‪#‎TóBeiNihiDziil       ‪#‎ProtectOakFlat  

 

·       Critics-Call-McCain’s-Oak-Flat-Tactics-A-New-Low

 

·       The Republican Party of Mesa (LD-25) will meet at 7pm, Thurs., Aug 20  at the Mesa Utility Building 640 N. Mesa Dr.  Mesa, AZ.  Scheduled speakers:

ü  A.J. LaFaro - Former MCRC Chairman,

ü  Dan Saben - Candidate Maricopa County Sheriff

ü  Alexander Meluskey Candidate US Senate.

Contact: Chr Ian Murray,  Ian@DesignedForLife.com   (602)524-7786

 

·       Presidential Candidate Dr Ben Carson will speak at 6 pm., Tues., Aug 18 in the Grace Community Church, 1200 E Southern Ave., Tempe, AZ 85282. Doors open at 5 pm.  Tickets available at https://www.eventbrite.com/register?orderid=448606983564&client_token=59232ea37e284985a4893438d89dab08&eid=18160331039  Those with tickets will be seated first. Without tickets – space available. Volunteers to help with the event should call Diane at 480.236.2795.

 

·       LD13 PC Scott Powelson responds to  appeals-court-rejects-arpaio-challenge-to-obama-deportation-amnesty  Rant on Cost:  Sheriff Joe and the other sheriffs involved in this battle of illegals, need to do their due diligence. They need to establish a system whereby they record the exact time and cost of their arrests for every crime they end up picking up

ü  Investigation time,

ü  Time costs of deputies and other employees

ü  Transportation costs

ü  Incarceration costs

All these costs need to be added up. The Sheriff/Police Offices need to document fully each and every time they pick up secondarily the same individual and the amount of time, the amount of money it costs to do this all the way down the line. Then he would have proof to submit to the courts. He’d have the ability to prove that it costs the county and the state. They can calculate the cost all the way across the board.

Had they done that, even with the kids in school, they could have defeated this attitude years ago even with the Supreme Court allowing the kids into the schools. The decision that was made back then was the plaintiff didn’t arm themselves going to court with a cost analysis; they had no way of proving what it was costing them to educate these millions and millions of illegal alien children. The Supreme Court didn’t address it because they did not submit any evidence of harm or costs.  What the court said to Sheriff Joe is the same thing with the same effect.

 

·       The Colorado River Tea Party will gather at 6 pm Thurs., Aug 20 to hear LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro and Yuma City Council members at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95, Yuma. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer  928-210-1219   coloradoriverteaparty@reagan.com     www.coloradoriverteaparty.org

 

·  LD21 Rep. Rick Gray has filed papers to run for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission.  Commissioner Bob Stump’s term will expire in 2016.

 

·       Congressman Trent Franks is listed among the speakers for the ACT for America National Conference and Legislative Briefing scheduled the week of Sept. 8 and 9  in Washington, DC.  Other speakers include Brigitte Gabriel, Bill Whittle, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and many others. Registration: contact Lauren Finney at lfinney@actforamerica.org.)

 

·       Judge-Blasts-Court-Rule-Forcing-Her-To-Dismiss-Arpaio-Case    Asks 'What If The Chief Executive Decides Not To Faithfully Execute The Laws?'

 

·       A Meet And Greet For Oro Valley mayoral and town council candidates is scheduled at 6:30 pm., Aug 22 at Molinito’s Restaurant, 10801 N Oracle. Hosted by Friends of the Candidates.

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS 

 

AUGUST 17

·        The Arizona Project will hear the results of a study by the Institute for Research on Presidential Election and a detailed program for the National Popular Vote at 6:30 pm, Aug 17 at 3375 E. Shea Blvd, 85028.  CQ will be the presenter and will have plenty of handouts for review. Contact: Chr Ronald Ludders 602.677.1496

 

AUGUST 18:

·        LD10 will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues, Aug 18 at the Elks Lodge. 615 S Pantano. Tucson, Arizona. They will not meet in December.  Contact: hq@pimagop.org   (520) 321-1492.

 

·        LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell - Chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee and Vice Chairman of Agriculture, Water & Lands  - will speak at the 6 pm., Aug 18 Daisy Mountain Tea Party in Anthem and at the 7 pm., Aug 25 Yuma County Republican in Yuma. Discussions to include Tax reform. 

 

·        Dr. Ben Carson Will Hold A Rally on the evening of Tues, Aug 18 in

 

·        The Arizona Corporation Commission has announced it will hold an open meeting at 10 am, Tues., Aug 18 and at 10 am, Wed., Aug 19.  Open Meeting Notice.

·        Fountain Hills AZ Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Aug 18. (3rd Tues) 6:30 PM., Fountain Hills Unified School District Learning Center, 16000 E Palisades Blvd. (Palisades Blvd. & Golden Eagle Blvd.). Congressman David Schweikert will provide a update on critical issues in Washington. Free admission. Donations welcome.  Contact:  Richard Rutkowski   info@fhteaparty.org  or  www.fhteaparty.org

 

·        Community meetings will be held on Gov Doug Ducey’s  new plan for AHCCCS, at 12:30 pm and 3 pm., Aug 18 at the Disability Empowerment Center, 5025 E Washington St, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85034. This is Ducey’s new Arizona’s healthcare program for low-income citizens, promotes personal responsibility and helps encourage able-bodied adults to transition into careers.  Contact: LD21 Sen Debbie Lesko DLesko@azleg.gov or 602-926-5413.

 

·        The Arizona Capitol Times Morning Scoop – Higher Education is scheduled at 7:15 am., Tues, Aug 18 at Alexi's Grill, 3550 N. Central Ave., Ste. 120, Phoenix. 6:45 am registration. 7:15 am panel discussion with panelists Glenn Hamer, President & CEO, Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Eileen Klein, President, Arizona Board of Regents and
Timothy Slottow, President, University of Phoenix. Moderator: Jim Small, Editor, Arizona News Service. Contact:
Tracy Keller at (602) 889-7140 or tracy.keller@azcapitoltimes.com Reservations required • Complimentary continental breakfast provided  RSVP HERE  Seating limited to 100. Sponsored by: University of Phoenix, 1Government Procurement Alliance.

 

AUGUST 19

·        Congresswoman Martha McSally’s staff will hold traveling office hours throughout CD2 in August and September. Staff will be available to assist constituents on issues ranging from veterans and immigration to Social Security and Medicare. No appointments necessary. Below is the full list of times, dates, and locations. See schedule:

ü  Aug 19, 10 am-2 pm., Schieffelin Hall, 402 E Fremont St., Tombstone.

ü  Aug 24, 11 am-2 pm., City Council Chambers, 120 W. 6th Street, Benson.

ü  Sept 17, 11 am-noon, Green Wally Council, 555 N LaCanada Dr #117, GreenValley.

Contact: Tucson office (520) 881-3588 or Sierra Vista office (520) 459-3115.

 

·        Freedom Fires meets every Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa. The August scheduled is:

ü  Aug 19 – Nick Dranias of Compact for America

ü  Aug 26 – Ammon Bundy

ü  Sept 2 – John Laurie and Sam Paine of the Constitutional County Project.

 

·        Sen Sylvia Allen and Supervisor Jason Whiting will conduct a Town Hall meeting to update citizens on current issues at 6:30 pm, Thurs, Aug 20 in the Snowflake Fire Station, 12 South 1st Street W, in Snowflake, AZ. 

 

·        Breakfast With Rep Kate Brophy McGee And Heather Carter is scheduled at 7:30 am, Mon., Sept 21 at Chompie’s Deli, 4550 E Cactus Road., Phx.

 

·        A Day Of Action Of Canvassing For Tucson Republican City Council candidates  Margaret Burkholder, Kelly Lawton, and Bill Hunt is scheduled between 9-11 a.m, Sat., Aug 15 starting at CVS Pharmacy, 6310 E. Broadway (SE Corner of Broadway & Wilmot). RSVP to Matt at 520-321-1492 or - hq@pimagop.org

 

AUGUST 20

·        The Pima County Tea Party Patriots Presents Jeff Utsch’s “Learn From The Past-To Deal With The Future”  - Practical Solutions for Recent Supreme Court Rulings – at 6 pm., Aug 20 at the Miller Golf Links Library  in Tucson Contact: hq@pimagop.org   (520) 321-1492

·        The Colorado River Tea Party –Yuma will met at 6 pm., Thur., Aug 20 with Yuma city council candidates and LD13 Rep Steve Montenegro, who is termed out and will be running for election as the LD13 Senator. LD13 Senator Don Shooter of Yuma will be running for election as a Representative in 2016. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer  928-210-1219   coloradoriverteaparty@reagan.com  www.coloradoriverteaparty.org

 

·        Congressman Paul Gosar will address the Chino Valley Pachyderm meeting at 6 pm., Thurs., Aug 20 at the Prescott Golf & Country Club, 1030 Country Club Blvd., in Dewey.  Doors open at 5 pm. Mtg at 6 pm. RSVP to Sue Goodchild at suepachy@gmail.com or 636-7355 before Aug 19. Roger Reinsch will in charge this meeting in Goodchild’s absence.  Goodchild said that State Treasurer Jeff DeWit will be the September speaker. In October CQ will provide a session on ‘How to vet a candidate, run a campaign, work on a campaign or be a candidate.  In December, Supt of School Diane Douglas will be the speaker.

 

AUGUST 22

·        St Joan of Arc Respect Life is sponsoring a Planned Parenthood protest between 10-11 am,  Sat., Aug 22 at Planned Parenthood Phoenix, 4751 N 15th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014 in conjunction with the National Day of Protest. Participants should bring signs. Speakers include Sen. Nancy Barto, US Rep. David Schweikert, County Atty Bill Montgomery, Fr. Don Kline, Dr. CT Wright, AZGOP Chairman Robert Graham. Contact Linda Rizzo, SJA Respect Life Chair, 480-766-6606 . 

 

 

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