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Tuesday – Oct 27, 2015
· Today, Supt of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said she is very pleased by reports that Gov. Doug Ducey and legislators will call a special session and that a deal has been reached to settle the ongoing education funding lawsuit. “I strongly support the decision makers who have come together to address the need for increased education funding, including Gov. Ducey and leadership at the Legislature,” said Superintendent Douglas. “I am excited and pleasantly surprised to hear that the plaintiffs and defendants in the lawsuit were able to reach a compromise that will result in immediate new funds for our schools.” The Superintendent had previously expressed her disappointment that the state was only able to afford an additional $74 million for education in its FY 16 budget given increases in state revenues. This led her to call for an immediate appropriation of $400 million for classroom teachers, a plan that would have been supplemented in future years by Gov. Ducey’s land trust proposal.With respect to the proposed settlement, the Superintendent said that while she is relying on a broad description of the compromise, the specific details will be key. However, she said she is confident that both parties are well represented and will do what is right for Arizona children.
· Clint Hickman Delivers For Wickenburg: In an effort to connect employers and job seekers in the northwestern part of the county, Maricopa County and the Town of Wickenburg have entered into an innovative partnership. The county and Wickenburg will jointly fund a full-time professional from the county’s Workforce Development Division on site at the Wickenburg Public Library and Learning Center, 164 E. Apache Street. The job developer will link job seekers, private businesses and other employers in the Wickenburg area, as well as provide adult and youth programming within the Town Library. “This is an exciting opportunity to provide greater economic access to the growing northwest part of the county,” explained Supervisor Hickman. “I am elated that Mayor John Cook and his administration were so willing to collaborate with us to expand our reach and extend our employment services. I am certain that this will help to boost the economy there.” This position will offer classes and workshops to assist adults in resume writing, interviewing techniques, on-site employer recruiting and other critical services, as well as serve as case manager for job seekers. “This new initiative supports Wickenburg’s major employers by building a strong local workforce, and the addition of another staff person will enable us to provide highly-requested Saturday hours at the library,” commented Cook. “I am excited by the opportunities this partnership presents and appreciative of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, in particular the leadership of District 4 Supervisor Clint Hickman.” Both the Wickenburg Town Council and the County Board of Supervisors have approved the Inter-Governmental Agreement creating the position, financed through the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. “This partnership will bolster opportunities for local people and expand company footprints in the region,” explained Patricia Wallace, Director of the Workforce Development Division of the Maricopa County Human Services Department. “Wickenburg is a great place to live, work and play.” - See more at: .maricopa.gov
· Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am., Thurs, Nov 5 at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213. Our "Honoring our Veterans" meeting will include speaker Dan Caldwell, Legislative and Political Director for Concerned Veterans for America (CVA). Also speaking briefly will be WWII Veteran Robert Sternecker and a special guest attending this month is WWII Veteran Victor "Vic" Giles who turned 90 last summer. RSVP deadline is Sun., Nov. 29 to email@example.com or call (480) 615-0524. Lunch is $10 for members, $12 for visitors/guests. For Veterans this month only, lunch is $8. Membership is $25, Jan-Dec and Men Associate Memberships $15. The club meets the first Thursday of each month. The Dec 3rd meeting is their annual Christmas Party and Membership Drive. $5 for lunch in December with paid 2016 renewals and new memberships. Contact: President Sherry Pierce at the above phone or email address.
· There Are A Few Spots Remaining for the Mon, Nov 16 rally in Scottsdale to Reclaim America. The Heritage Foundation is leading an unprecedented fight to reverse America's course and this briefing kicks off the conservative counterstrike against the liberal agenda. RSVP here: https://reclaim.heritage.org/events/arizona/
· The Clean Elections Commission will hold a public meeting at 9:30 am., Thur., Oct 29. At 1616 W Adams #110, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Details: azcleanelections.gov/
· A Debate Watch Party with three big screens and light refreshments - starting with the Undercard Debates (Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal) at 4 pm., Wed., Oct 28 at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2, Phoenix, AZ. (Lindsey Graham, George Pataki and Jim Gilmore did not get the 1% polling required to participate ) The main event starts 6 pm and with candidates Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Chris Christie. A discussion, limited to two hours, will follow the debates. Candidate Carson has donated the refreshments for the evening. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496 Diane Ortiz-Parsons 480-236- 2795 or Nina Marlow 480-707- 9043.
· An Election Night Returns Party for Steve Didio, Ryan Hartung, Shir LaMonna, and Pat Stranney is scheduled from 7-10 pm., Tues., Nov 3 at El Molinito, 10180 N Oracle Drive in Oro Valley.
· ACT! For America Tucson/Marana Chapter has re-scheduled it’s Oct 28 meeting to 6 pm., Wed., Nov 4 at the Nanini Branch Library, 7300 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, AZ 85741 (520-594-5365). Speaker Col Jon Gold, US Army Retired, will discuss “The Refugee Crisis: Phase 6 - IslamicInvasion.” Goodies to be provided. RSVP: Lyle at ActTucson@aol.com or cell at (520) 820-8258! See website at www.ActTucson.com & ACT national at www.actforamerica.org.
· Karen Schutte Is The New Republican Party Designee to the Pima County Accuracy Certification Board.
· The Pima County Board Of Supervisors recently voted 4 -0 to do a hand count audit of the upcoming election.
· Today, Congressman Paul A. Gosar joined 18 other members of the House in introducing legislation that will initiate articles of impeachment against John Koskinen, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), for high crimes and misdemeanors: “On Koskinen’s watch, the IRS intentionally destroyed nearly 24,000 emails from Lois Lerner and failed to comply with a Congressional subpoena. To make matters worse, Commissioner Koskinen made a series of false and misleading statements, under oath, to Congress at multiple committee hearings on this matter. Koskinen said in March 2014 that the IRS had turned over all Lerner’s emails and all requested information, yet, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration uncovered more than 1,000 emails that the IRS tried to hide. As a result of this despicable conduct and his fraudulent statements under oath, Koskinen is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors and must be impeached. Under the direction of Commissioner John Koskinen, IRS officials have led a coordinated effort to hide the truth about this rogue agency’s targeting of innocent Americans based on their political beliefs. There is an old saying in Washington that ‘It's not the crime, it's the cover up’... In this case, it’s both. Commissioner Koskinen’s crimes are a scar on our Republic and an affront to the first amendment protections of our Constitution. Make no mistake, unelected bureaucrats, such as Commissioner Koskinen, will continue to freely violate the rule of law until the House enforces its sovereign power of impeachment under Article I, Section 2, Clause 5. These bureaucratic henchmen haven’t suffered any negative consequences for their corruption. That must end now.” See impeachment initiating HERE.
· Congressman Matt Salmon on word that the USS Lassen has safely transited the South China Sea.“Today the destroyer USS Lassen safely transited the South China Sea, in international waters, near reefs where China has been constructing and militarizing artificial land masses in disputed territory. As Secretary of Defense Carter has said, ‘The United States will fly, sail, and operate wherever international law allows.’ Freedom of navigation is vital to international commerce and passage and instrumental to international maritime law. I strongly support U.S. efforts to assert these principles in support of freedom of the seas around the world. I commend the crew of the USS Lassen for a job well done in this overdue demonstration of U.S. leadership in the South China Sea, the first I hope of more to come.”
· Fri., Nov 13 is the deadline for public feedback to the Standards Development Committee at https://k12standards.az.gov/comment-standards. Public comments on the existing Mathematics Standards and English Language Arts Standards (ELA) may be submitted online through Nov 20 -- Or attend one of the 6 pm., public hearings scheduled across the state: Schedule:
ü Oct 29 - Tucson, Pima Community College Downtown Campus.
ü Nov 2 – Maricopa County, Chandler Center for the Arts.
ü Nov 2 – Pinal County, San Tan Valley, WalkerButte K-8 School.
ü Nov 3 - Apache/Navajo County, Show Low, Whipple Ranch Ele School Multipurpose Rm.
ü Nov 4 - Coconino County , Flagstaff, Flagstaff High School.
ü Nov 5 – Cochise County, Sierra Vista, Rothery Educational Services Center.
ü Nov 9 - Mohave County, Kingman, Mohave County Admin Bldg.
ü Nov 9 - Maricopa County , Peoria, Peoria High School
ü Nov 10 - La Paz County , Parker High School.
ü Nov 10 - Graham/Greenlee County, Safford Graham County General Services Bldg.
ü Nov 10 - Yuma County, Yuma School District One
ü Nov 12 - Santa Cruz County , Nogales, Santa Cruz County Complex
ü Nov 17 - Maricopa County , Phoenix, Madison Elementary School District
ü Nov 18 – Gila County, Globe, Gila County Board of Supervisors Room
· Congressman Matt Salmon: Shrink Our Spending Initiative - "Last year, I began a program to identify and cut wasteful spending government-wide, because we know every federal department, office, and agency has wasteful spending within their budgets. I called this program my Shrink Our Spending Initiative. This year, I found $3 billion of your hard-earned tax dollars that the government has decided to fritter away on ineffective, duplicative, or downright wasteful programs. Join me in my fight to cut spending and protect your hard-earned tax dollars." – Matt read more about the initiative
· Sen John McCain, Chairman Of The Senate Armed Services Committee on the Senate’s passage of the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act: “The Senate’s passage of the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act is a critical step forward in addressing cyber threats and ensuring we have the tools in place to deter future cyber-attacks. As Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, I believe that enacting legislation to confront cyber threats must be among the highest priorities of Congress. The need for Congressional action is also enhanced by the Obama Administration’s inability to develop the policies necessary to deter our adversaries in cyberspace. In just the last year alone, we’ve seen cyber-attacks launched by malign actors such as Iran, North Korea, China, and Russia and against national security targets including the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Pentagon, and the Office of Personnel Management. As Admiral Michael Rogers, Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, recently warned, ‘It’s only a matter of time before someone uses cyber as a tool to do damage to critical infrastructure.’ McCain’s remarks here. McCain’s floor statement supporting the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act here.
· Congressman Matt Salmon after voting in favor of H.R. 597, a bill to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank of the United States.“I fundamentally oppose the idea that the government is involved in making loans to businesses, and I believe our founders would be equally opposed. Unfortunately for our exporters, countries around the world offer their own Export-Import Banks that provide effective financing for their domestic industries. By reauthorizing the Ex-Im Bank, we ensure a level playing field for those who want to import American goods by allowing them access to the same financing as other developed nations. Over the past few months, I’ve had countless conversations with small businesses in the fifth district. Each of these entrepreneurs has told me about the destructive effects of the collapse of this bank in a world where national involvement in international trade is commonplace. Make no mistake; today’s vote was a vote in favor of jobs right here in Arizona. I’m focused on reforming our policies so that we can get the government out of business financing, Ex-Im Bank included. Until that day however, American businesses should not be penalized for creating jobs here at home by policies that result in fewer sales and subsidized foreign competition.”
· John McCain On The Obamacare Insurance Premium Increases for Arizona: "When Arizonans see their insurance premiums skyrocket under Obamacare this year, they can thank Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, who proclaims the so-called “Affordable Care Act” as her proudest vote in Congress. According to data released yesterday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Arizonans enrolled in Obamacare will see their premiums increase by an average of 17.5 percent – more than twice the national average – while residents of Phoenix will see their rates jump even higher by an estimated 19 percent. Unfortunately, Ann Kirkpatrick’s shortsighted stamp of approval of the President’s health care law will continue to burden Arizona taxpayers with rising costs, decreased quality of care, fewer providers, and less choices. Our state deserves a representative that will fight to repeal and replace this fundamentally flawed law, as I have done since 2009. Ultimately, Americans should have the freedom to buy affordable health insurance that works for them and their families – not the federal government."
· Floating Around The Internet: We Are Getting Older and our tickers aren't what they used to be... so here is Our Special Bucket List for 2015 and 2016.... Here Is All We Want..
1. Hillary: in prison!
2. Put "GOD" back in America !!!
3. Borders: Closed!
4. Congress: On the same retirement & health care plans as everybody else .
5. Congress: Obey its own laws NOW!
6. Language: English only!
7. Culture: Constitution, and the Bill of Rights!
8. Drug Free: Mandatory Drug Screening before & during Welfare!
9. NO freebies to Non-Citizens!
10. Balance the budget.
11. Stop giving away our money to foreign countries! Charge them for our help! We need it here.
12. Fix the TAX CODE! And most of all.
13. "Respect Our Military And Our Flag!!"
· Dr. Kelli Ward, Candidate for US Senate in 2016 will speak to the Saddlebrooke Republican Club between 3:45-5 pm, Wed., Nov11 at the Mountain View Country Club at SaddleBrooke Two, 38759 S Mountain View Blvd, Tucson, Arizona 85739. To schedule a presentation contact Jason Hayes - Central District Campaign Director, Kelli Ward for US Senate Campaign firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com 202-394-7202 www.kelliward.com
· Sen John McCain On The Obama Administration’s support for Russia’s invitation to Iran to join international talks on Syria’s future: “The Obama Administration’s support for Russia’s invitation to Iran to join international talks on Syria’s future is foolish and dangerous. Iran and Russia are not interested in a negotiated solution in Syria that favors U.S. interests. They are interested in imposing a limited military solution, which they are doing with increasing numbers of Iranian forces on the ground backed by Russian airpower. Pretending to be constructive participants in international diplomacy only buys Iran and Russia time to achieve the ends they seek on the battlefield. These regimes do not share our goals or our interests. They want to double down on the Assad regime, destroy what is left of the moderate Syrian opposition, defeat U.S. objectives in Syria, and impose a settlement on their terms. This has been true for nearly five years, and never more so than today. That this simple reality continues to elude the Administration is astonishing.”
· Former LD20 Chairman Ray Malnar, who is running for Councilman in the Nov 3 Glendale City Race is asking for volunteers to help out on Sat, Oct 31 to walk his nine precincts from 9 am until noon. Contact Malnar at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 623-869-1160.
· The State Board of Education’s Standards Development Committee will seek public input on Arizona’s Mathematics and English Language Arts Standards at 6 pm., Thurs., Oct 29 at Pima County College, Downtown Campus, 1255 N Stone Ave, Bldg CC – Rm 180, Tucson, AZ. For information on Arizona’s K-12 Mathematics and English Language Arts Standards, please visit: https://k12standards.az.gov/ Sybmit feedback online to https://k12standards comments Contact: Debbie D’Amore (520) 724-8451 or Jennifer Reynolds 480-961-4214 http://arizonansagainstcommoncore.com/
· Common Core Comments Can Be Submitted to https://k12standards.az.gov/ until Nov. 20. feds-admit-u-s-education-department-forced-states-accept-common-core-start Contact: Jennifer Reynolds 480-961-4214 http://arizonansagainstcommoncore.com/
· The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) has taken the lead in researching the various school districts overrides/bond issues on the Nov 3 ballot. AzRA Chairman Thayer Verschoor and First Vice Chairman Phil Mason can be reached at email@example.com to arrange for a presentation on “Truth in (School) Finance” that exposes indiscretions with school district budgets. Check with NWV AzRA Chapter Chairman Lyle Tuttle at firstname.lastname@example.org for an budget presentation specific to the Dysart School District.
· See Complete List Of School District Overrides And Bond Election On Your Nov 3 early ballot at http://education.maricopa.gov/site/Default.aspx?PageID=257
· November 18 Is The Deadline for submitting public comments on the nine Arizona Supreme Court judge candidates. Anonymous comments cannot be considered. See applications at http://azcourts.gov/jnc. Send written comments to to 1501 W. Washington, Suite 221, Phoenix, AZ 85007 or by e-mail to email@example.com The Commission will meet at 8 am, Nov 20 a.m. to hear public comment and interview the candidates. Three nominees will be forwarded to Gov Doug Ducey for appointment to fill the opening created by retiring Justice Rebecca White Berch. The candidates are:
ü Clint D. Bolick, Vice President for Litigation at the Goldwater Institute
ü Michael J. Brown, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
ü Kent E. Cattani, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
ü Daisy J. Flores, of Flores & Clark, LLC
ü Andrew W. Gould, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
ü Maurice Portley, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
ü Timothy J. Thomason, a Maricopa County Superior Court Judge
ü Samuel A. Thumma, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
ü Lawrence F. Winthrop, an Arizona Court of Appeals Judge - Division I
· The Arizona Project is planning a Feb 20 "Candidate Corral" at the Pioneer Village on I-17 and Carefree Highway. Details tba. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496
· LD17 is conducting a Painting Raffle Fundraiser featuring artist Jon McNaughton "The Forgotten Man". View painting the-forgotten-man-1 Purchase raffle tickets from LD board members for $5 each. Contact: Chairman Dr Shadow Asgar LD17shadow@gmail.com
· Veteran’s Organizations, legislative districts, Republican axillaries, political grassroots groups, Tea Party, Young Republican or TAR's have a free table awaiting you at the Feb 20. 2016 Candidate Correl scheduled at Pioneer Village (I-17 just north of Carefree Highway). Presidental candidates have been invited as well as Congressman Trey Gowdy. Contact: Ron Ludders, Arizona Project Chairman at 602-677-1496.
· Eleven year Air Force Veteran Lance Whitford is a local-vet-work-30 jobs in 30 days to help others veterans get hired as part of a campaign called Operation Serving Our Community. Whitford founded Vets-2-Work Vets2work.us which connects veterans to businesses who want to hire veterans. The week of Nov 6-10, he will use the money he makes for all of his daily jobs to hire veterans for ‘Operation Serving Our Community’ to do projects throughout the Valley. They will work:
ü Nov. 6-7 & 9-10 from 7:30am -12:30 pm. at Habitat for Humanity community in Avondale. At 12:30 pm, Sat., Nov 7 they will have their ‘Thank A Veteran Social’ at the job site.
ü Sunday Nov. 8 we will assist in the building and installation of a handicap ramp on American Legion Post #1's meeting facility.
ü During the duration they will conduct a Homeless Veterans Clothing Drive to re-stock the clothing room at the Prescott VA and both the Prescott and Phoenix US VETS.
ü They will also have crews that can be dispatched to out community members in need of some labor assistance. For more information go to: local-vet-works-30 valley-man-works-30-jobs-30-days-help-veterans azfamily.com/clip/ kpho.veteran-works-30-jobs-in-30-days or call Whitford at 928-499-8391.
· Every 7 am., Friday Fitness Hikes are scheduled starting at the McDowell Mountain Regional Park Trailhead Staging Area. Come prepared to hike between 8-12 miles.. Please wear sturdy shoes & bring plenty of water. Location: 16300 N. McDowell Mountain Park Dr., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. Ph: 480-471-0173 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Operation Enduring Gratitude (Veterans serving Veterans by Rebuilding Homes and Lives) is collecting canned good between Oct 19-Nov 13 at Wes MEC. Contact: OEG founder Charlie Ellis (480) 678-0938 Charlie@OperationEnduringGratitude.Org
· There Is Still Room For Two Or Three Viet Nam Vet’s on the Colorado River Tea Party “Welcome Home Viet Nam Veterans” float scheduled for the Tues., Nov 13 Veterans Day Parade in Yuma. Contact: Chr Sally Kizer coloradoriverteaparty.org/
· The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors is looking for volunteers interested in becoming Adoption Ambassadors to foster care dog for several weeks prior to adoption. Contact: Animal Care Center at (602) 506-PETS (7387) or http://www.maricopa.gov/pets/
· The 2016 Maricopa County Republicans Mandatory meeting will be conducted Jan 16, 2016 in Church of the Nations, 6225 N Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. 85012, confirms MCRC Executive Director April Riggins, who is co-chairing the event with Dan Grimm.
· The Alex Meluskey For Senate Campaign has a new campaign headquarters, at 10603 N. Hayden Rd. Suite 110. Scottsdale, AZ 85260. There will be a grand opening “Open House” on Nov 7, preceded by a press conference and open interviews with Meluskey. Contact: Comm Dir Joel Andrews Frewa www.Meluskey.com JoelFrewa (954) 907-3292
· AZ Heroes to Hometowns needs of donations by Nov 11 to purchase 2,500 turkeys hams, along with $20 grocery gift cards to provide meals for military families at Thanksgiving, according to founder Kathy Pearce. email@example.com
· US Sen Candidates Dr. Kelli Ward, Alex Meluskey and Clair Van Steenwyk are available to speak at events or to groups. To schedule:
ü Ward, Contact Carolyn Leff at 928- 230-0633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
· Call The White House 202-456-1111 Comments. Switchboard: 202-456-1414. Contact Senate https://www.senate.gov/ or Representatives http://www.house.gov/ 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:
- Senator John McCain (R- AZ) 202-224-2235 202-228-2862
- Senator Jeff Flake (R- AZ) 202-224-4521 202-228-0515
- Rep Ann Kirkpatrick (D1) 202-225-3361 202-225-3462
- Rep Martha McSally (R2) 202-225-2542 520-881-3588
- Rep Raul M. Grijalva (D3) 202-225-2435 202-225-1541
- Rep Paul A. Gosar (R4) 202-225-2315 202-226-9739
- Rep Matt Salmon (R5) 202-225-2635 202-226-4386
- Rep David Schweikert (R6) 202-225-2190 202-225-0096
- Rep Reuben Gallego (D7) 202-225-4065 202-225-1655
- Rep Trent Franks (R8) 202-225-4576 202-225-6328
- Rep Kyrsten Sinema (D9) 202-225-9888 202-225-9731
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
· A Republican Debate Watching Party BBQ will be held at 5 pm., Wed., Oct 28 at the Arizona State Republican West Valley office, 10050 W Bell Rd, Sun City, AZ 85351
The undercard debate starts at 3 pm. Primetime debate at 6 pm. RSVP for attendance and food selection. Contact: Ted Farmer email@example.com or 360-271-6974.
Moderators: Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick, and John Harwood Candidates: Candidates with at least 3% polling average appear in primetime, the rest at 6pm debate .More info 2016-republican-primary-debate-schedule
· A CNBC Presidential Debate Watch is planned at 6 pm., Wed., Oct 28 in the Viscount Suite Hotel, 4855 E Broadway Tucson 85711. Happy Hour prices 5- 8pm. Food, Fun & Friendly Republicans Sponsored by: Pima GOP, Pima County Republican Club, Southern Arizona Hispanic Republicans, Tucson Republican Women, Legislative District 9, Legislative District 10 & Eastside Republicans.
· A Conservative Presidential Candidate Debate party will be held between 5-8 pm., Wed., Oct 28 at Rosati's Restaurant 18221 N Pima Road, Scottsdale. Contact: Lori Urban 480-221-9633 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Young Americans for Liberty are hosting State Senator Kelli Ward at 5 pm., Wed., Oct 28 in the student union at Glendale Community College Student Union, 6000 W. Olive. Ave. Glendale, AZ. Free. Open to the publc. Free food and drinks provided.
· Ted Cruz For President Fans are invited to a Presidential Debate party, with four large screen TVs, from 5-8 pm., Wed., Oct 28 at The Native Gill and Wings, 5030 E Ray Road., Phoenix AZ 85044. View Map . Tickets: presidential-debate-party-for-ted-cruz Contact: Arizona Cruz Grassroots Director Darrell Covert email@example.com
· A Two-Mile ‘Full-Moon’ Hike will begin at Usery Park, 3939 N Usery Pass Road, Mesa at 7 pm, Oct 28. The park ranger requests that participants bring a flashlight, water and wear closed-toe shows. No pets, please. Contact: 480- 984-0032 firstname.lastname@example.org
· Tom Jenney of Americans for Prosperity will address Freedom Fires at 6:30pm., Wed., Oct 28 at Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85210.
· The Payson Tea Party meeting will meet at 6 pm., Oct 29 at Tiny's Family Restaurant, 600 E. Hwy 260, Payson AZ to hear senate candidate Alexander Meluskey address his run for the Arizona senate seat.
· Do You Know Why Saguaros Grow Arms? Take a walk with the Usery Mountain Regional Park Ranger at 9 am., Oct 30 and find out. Bring water and wear closed-toe shoes. The park is at 3939 N Usery Pass Road, Mesa. Ph: (480) 984-0032 email@example.com
· A One-Hour Session On Desert Survival will be presented at noon, Oct 31 at Usery Park, 3030 N. Usrey Pass Road, Mesa. Ph: (480) 984-0032 firstname.lastname@example.org
· A One-Hour Presentation Of Gila Monsters will be presented by the park ranger at noon, Oct 31 in Usery Mountain Regional Park, 3939 N Usery Pass Road, Mesa 85207. Ph: (480) 984-0032 email@example.com
· Pioneer Living History Museum Harvest Fest is scheduled from 9 am-5 pm., Oct 17-18, 24-25 and Oct 31-Nov 1 at 3901 W Pioneer, (Phoenix Exit 225 from I-17 North of Carefree Highway). Free pumpkins while supply lasts. Gun shows, pumpkin patch painting, hayrides, vendors, music, family entertainment, gold panning etc. Tickets pioneerharvestfest.tickets/ $24 At Gate, kids 2 and under free. Police Officers/Firefighters: $1 per paid head (attendance) will be donated to the 100 Club and Firefighters Charities (it will be a split .50 each per paid person). 25% off to firefighters and police officers along with their families (up to 3 guests). This can be combined with coupons.
· A National Day of Remembrance Candlelight Vigil is scheduled at 5 pm., Sun., Nov 1 at Wesley Bolin Park – by the ‘Fallen Officers’ Memorial’ in Phoenix to remember victims of illegal aliens. The event is hosted by a coalition consisting of United for a Sovereign America, BAN Amnesty Now, Arizonan’s for Immigration Reform, The Tea Party Immigration Coalition, American Freedom Riders, Arizona Rebel Alliance, ACU, The Remembrance Project, Riders USA, and Remember 1986. Contact: Publicity Coordinator Barbra Heller, 602-505-8760, firstname.lastname@example.org
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· Republicans Still Don't Have A Middle-Class Agenda They're Too Busy Proposing Tax Cuts For The Wealthy—Again.
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· Rush Reveals BIG Story He’s ‘Been Holding’ To See If Media Would Cover (It Didn’t) He Held Off His Comments For Almost A Week...
· Megyn Kelly: Media IGNORED ‘Bombshell’ Email At Benghazi Hearing, Left Clinton ‘Unscathed’ “This, Despite Clear-Cut Evidence She And Other Administration Officials Repeatedly Misled The American People..."
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· Rand Paul: Hillary Would’ve Been Fired For Benghazi Had Bill Been President “I Think If Bill Clinton Had Been President… He Would Have Let Hillary Clinton Go..."
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