Saturday, July 9, 2016

7-9-16 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor      Web Master John Strasser


Western Pinal County Chapter of The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., July 11 at 408 N Sacaton St, Ste II in Casa Grande with Casa Grande City Council candidate Karl Montoya and Pinal County Treasurer candidate Ted Gremmel. Contact: Jason Hayes

LD25 Write In Senate Candidate Itasca Small will speak at 6:30 pm., July 13 at East Valley Tea Party at the Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern in Mesa. Contact: Itasca --Gene or Karen

LD27 Chairman Ron Harders will host the ChiTown ExPat radio program at 2pm every Saturday through October on KING FM. Sponsors needed. Interviewees should call 602-243-0111 to schedule an appearance. Contact: Harders

An Observer informed the Briefs last evening that Judge Murray Snow moved the next court date for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to July 22 – the day after the national GOP convention winds up in Cleveland – since Arpaio is one of Arizona’s elected national delegates for the big event. Arpaio has been on board for presumptive Presidental candidate Donald Trump since early on.

Senator Sylvia Allen: "The argument that legalizing drugs will solve law enforcement and incarceration problems is not looking at the real problem and that is addiction.  How does legalizing any drug solve that problem?  When sociality says something is legal then our citizens especially our children think that means it is ok not being aware of the dangers that addictions bring."

LD25 Write In Senate Candidate Itasca Small will address LD25 at 7 pm., July 21 in the Charles K. Lester Blvd, 640 N Mesa Dr in Mesa. Contact: Itasca --Gene or Karen

LD1 Melissa Price: I agree with Evelyn Munn: May the good Lord bless and keep you Frosty Taylor, the glue of Maricopa County, for your steadfastness and love for our great country. Love and Godspeed and a hearty Thank You.

Town Crier Jim Ely: Here we have a dichotomy.  Ever since the 17th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Senate has been just a secondary house of representatives.  That is, Senators are elected in a state wide election instead of by the state legislature.  Therefore, it stands to reason that U.S. Senators must represent the voters who did the electing.  Historically, here in Arizona representatives in the state and federal senate as well as in the state and federal House of Representatives, elected officials are noted for doing their own thing regardless of what the voters want!  That is probably because the AZ GOP leadership fails to hold elected accountable for Republican values. Case in point.  When the MAJORITY of voters in Arizona voted for FLAKE, it stands to reason that Flake should represent the MAJORITY position.  Then when the MAJORITY of voters voted for Trump, shouldn’t Flake represent the position of the MAJORITY???  NOT SOOO!!!  Pray tell, what in the world does being ‘anti-McCain’ have to do with governing a nation??  Even the State Committeemen (without apparent AZ GOP support) voted to censor McCain!  That kinda tells one of the level of thinking that Flake is capable of. EVERY elected official has their supporters, otherwise they wouldn’t be in office.  What does that tell one where the leadership is that helps us with information to elect those who represent us and to hold those we elect accountable?

Conservative J Fiedler: Much of the news media reported that Orlando was the worst/largest mass murder in US History. More left wing propaganda so that they and the rest of the left can go after our 2nd Amendment rights. Below is a summary of the largest mass murder in US History and is a prime example of why we have the 2ndAmendment. The Largest Mass Shooting In Us History Happened December 29, 1890 - When 297 Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota were murdered by federal agents & members of the 7th Cavalry who had come to confiscate their firearms “for their own safety and protection”. The slaughter began after the majority of the Sioux had peacefully turned in their firearms. The Calvary began shooting, and managed to wipe out the entire camp. 200 of the 297 victims were women and children. Wounded Knee was among the first federally backed gun confiscation attempts in United States history. It ended in the senseless murder of 297 people. The Second Amendment, the right of the people to take up arms in defence of themselves, their families, and property in the face of invading armies or an oppressive government. The Second Amendment was written by people who fled oppressive and tyrannical regimes in Europe, and it refers to the right of American citizens to be armed for defensive purposes, should such tyranny arise in the United States.   Wounded Knee is a prime example of why the Second Amendment exists.

Activist Wayne Blair: Look at the BULLs*** our local newspaper is putting out to the people. Isn’t this why there are so many people against the GOPe & DEMe and voting for TRUMP? editorial: donald-trump-quitting-before-he-starts Wayne Blair

Lydia Abril, Owner Of Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg, is hosting four “Believers For Trump” events at her restaurant at 2023 W Wickenburg Way (SW corner of Hwy 60/Vulture Peak Way). The events are scheduled at 7 pm on July 14, 28, August 11, and 25. Speakers who strongly support Trump will be present at each event.  Speakers’ will be announced as they are confirmed. Attendance is free; no obligation to purchase a meal.  However, the kitchen will be open for the convenience of those who wish to dine before the events start.  Those intending to dine should notify the restaurant in advance by calling Abril or Renee Sparks at 480-589-0511. Diners should arrive by 6pm to ensure they have completed their meals before 7pm. A Republican voter registration table will be available at each event for the convenience of those who would like to register to vote in the upcoming Presidential election. Abril said she is hoping to attract Hispanics from Aguila, Congress, Morristown, Wittmann, and Yavapai County who support Trump, but have not yet registered to vote.

The Arizona Game And Fish Department’s $75,000 Grant Funding application deadline is 5 pm., Thurs., July 14. Postmarks do not count. The purpose of the grant program is to support organizations in providing public, hands-on, mentored projects that provide continued skill development for those who just started hunting and fishing. The priority funding focus of this year’s grant program is on moving beginners from the recruitment stage to the retention stage of the Adoption Sequence. Projects and events that involve the pursuit or harvest of wildlife or fish with a license are being requested. Grants will be awarded through a competitive application process and must be open to the public. To apply, download an application packet from Completed applications should be submitted by e-mail to: Call Doug Burt, hunting and shooting sports program manager, at (623) 236-7487 to confirm receipt. There is no cost to Arizona taxpayers for this grant program. Game and Fish does not receive any of the state’s general tax funds and operates under a user-pay, public-benefit model. The grant program is an investment in the continuance of wildlife conservation efforts and outdoors recreation participation in Arizona. To learn more about how hunters, anglers, shooters and boaters fund wildlife conservation, visit

Friends of Sheriff Joe Arpaio need volunteers to help with phone banks Mon-Fri at headquarters:

  • Mon – all day, campaign HQ, 3230 E Broadway #C250, Phoenix 85040.
  • Tues – 5-7 pm, MCRC GOP HQ, 3030 S Rural #105, Tempe, AZ 85282.
  • Wed - 5-7 pm., AZGOP, 3501 N 24th St., Phoenix 85016.
  • Thur - 5:30-7:30 pm, Mesa Utilities, 640 N Mesa Dr. in Mesa
  • Friday - -2-4 pm, Sun City GOP, 10050 W Bell Rd #50, Sun City, AZ 85351.

RSVP go 480-577-0341

US Senate Candidate Dr Kelli Ward is calling for volunteer “Kelli Call Warriors” to work as phone bankers. RSVP to Brady Bowyer at

LD25 Write-In Candidate Itasca Small needs volunteers to help distribute her yard signs, campaign flyer and instruction cards are now available at, or 928-434-1515, Karen at or 480-710-5676 or Gene at, or 480-835-9637.

Editor’s Note: Briefs means short. To those submitting commentary – there is a 300 word limit on postings. If you exceed the word limit, your commentary will either not be posted or will be edited (when I find time) to conform to the word limit policy– Frosty Taylor

LD18 Senate Candidate Frank Schmuck’s satellite campaign office is now open from 6 am-9pm daily at 233 W Krista Way, Tempe where team members can pick up yards signs, a Crew Member T-shirt for volunteering, a call/walking list of your neighborhood, stickers, and work on the phone bank. Please bring your own cell phone. Drinks/food available to workers. RSVP to Connie at 831-234-5660.

Important 2016 Election Dates And Deadlines

· July 13 – Last day to file arguments for or against ballot measure.

· July 21 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the Primary Election (Aug 30)

· Aug 1 – Voter registration deadline for Primary Election.

· Aug 3 – Early Ballot Voting begins for Primary Election

· Aug 30 – Primary Election

· Sept 29 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the General Election.

· Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election.

· Oct 12 – Early Ballot Voting begins for General Election.

· Nov 8 – General Election Day.

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July 9

US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward’s campaigners will start neighborhood walks at 9:30 am., Sat., July 9 from the Village Inn, 2700 N Litchfield Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395 and Starbucks, 7369 N Vía Paseo Del Sur, Ste. 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 . Phone banks will available at her South Scottsdale field office at 1717 N 77th St., #4, Scottsdale, AZ 85257 at the same time. Contact: Field Director Brady Bowyer at

The Andy Biggs For Congress Team will hosting a Super Saturday phone bank from 9 am- 6 pm., July 9 at his campaign headquarters, 1234 S Power Road #251 in Mesa. Volunteers are needed from 9 am-noon, from noon until 3 pm., and from 3-6 pm. Phones provided, along with food and light refreshment. RSVP to

The  Arvada Family & Community Education (AFCE) organization presents “Meet Your Rural Constituents Candidates Forum” between 9 am and noon, Sat., July 9 the Arivaca Historic Old School House, 17180 W Fourth St., Arivaca, AZ 85601. Invited candidates include: LD2 House Chris Ackerly (R), Rosanna Gabaldon (D) and Daniel Hernandez (D); LD2 Senate Shelley Kais (R) and Andrea Dalessandro (D); Pima County Board of Supervisors – Kim Demarco (R) and Sharon Bronson (D); Pima County Attorney candidate Barbara LaWall (D) and Joel Feinman (D); Congressional 3 candidate Edna San Migel (R) Contact: Kathleen Wishnick at 916-214-9297

The Maricopa County Young Republican Professionals are hosting the annual AZYR annual state meeting from 1-4 pm., Sat., July 9 in the private reception area of Blanco at Biltmore Fashion Park, 2502 E Camelback Road #122 in Phoenix. Congressmen David Schweikert and Paul Gosar will address the group. Attendees will received appetizers, a plated lunch and desert. Market Freedom Alliance and Sen Debbie Lesko are hosting the event. Read more

July 10

Al Fadi, A Professor At The Phoenix Seminary, will make presentations on July 10 and July 17 on “Understanding Islam” at 6 pm., at the Highlands Church, 9050 E Pinnacle Peak Road, Scottsdale. Fadi was born in Saudi Arabia, was raised in the center of Islam, and by the age of 15 set out to train for jihad with the goal of joining Osama bin Laden's "fighters for god" and ultimately giving his life to promote Islam. But now he lives and speaks for Jesus Christ. Childcare is available for kids from birth through 4th grade at a cost of $5 per child per session. Please pre-register your child here.

July 11

The Highway 69 Republicans Non-Partisan Prescott Valley City Council Council Candidate Forum will begin at 6 pm., Mon., July 11(social 4:30 pm) at the VFW Post 10227 at 2375 N 5th St., Prescott Valley (a new location - behind the Moose Lodge). RSVP to June at 928-899-3150 or Limited seating.

The Lincoln Republican Women will meet at the New McCormick/Millennium Resort, 7401 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale at 6 pm., Mon., July 11 to hear Maricopa County Supt of Schools candidate Jana Jackson. Meet & Greet 5:30 pm., dinner – 6:20 pm., 7 pm program. $35 per person. RSVP deadline – Thur., July 7 to Patricia Kaufman at 480-368-2777 or Bring a Jumbo plastic ziplock bag of personal hygiene items for the homeless Vets.

July 12

A Reception For US Senate Candidate Alex Meluskey is scheduled between 4-7 pm, Tues, July 12 at the Fireside Grill, 12800 N. Saguaro Blvd in Fountain Hills.. RSVP: meluskey.nationbuilder

LD13 will meet at 7 pm., Tues., July 12 at the Tuscany Falls Clubhouse Ballroom, 16262 Clubhouse Drive in Goodyear to discuss the 2016 Primary elections. Registrations open at 6:30 pm. Chairman Wally Campbell said there will be no August meeting. Contact Campbell at 623-451-1100.

US Senate candidate Kelli Ward will make a presentation at the Renaissance Retirement Community, 9508 E Riggs Road in Sun Lakes at 2:30 pm., July 12. Contact: Carolyn Leff at or 1-928-230-0633.

July 13

The Paradise Republican Women are hosting a Meet/Mingle with the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates – Al Melvin, Robert Burns, Andy Tobin, Body Dunn and Andy Tobin – between 5-7pm, Wed., July 13 at the Black & Bleu American Grill, 9343 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale. Refreshments. Cash Bar: RSVP to Anna Morrison 623-234-3-717 by Sun., July 10.

Mix and Mingle with the Arizona Corporation Commission candidates – Bob Burns, Al Melvin, Boyd Dunn, Andy Tobin and Rick Gray – between 5-7 pm., Wed. July 13 at the Black & Bleu American Grill, 9343 E Shea Blvd, Scottdale. Refreshment and cash bar.  Hosted by the Paradise Republican Women’s Club. RSVP: Anna Morrison (623) 234-3717.

CD5 candidate Justin Olson will be featured at the 6:30 pm., Wed., July 13 Freedom Fires/East Valley Tea Party event at the Burke Basic School, 131 E Southern Avenue in Mesa. Contact: Dan Grimm at 480-570-8570

July 14

Lydia Abril, Owner Of Lydia’s La Canasta Restaurant In Wickenburg, is hosting four “Believers For Trump” events at her restaurant at 2023 W Wickenburg Way (SW corner of Hwy 60/Vulture Peak Way). The events are scheduled at 7 pm on July 14, 28, August 11, and 25. Speakers who strongly support Trump will be present at each event.  Speakers’ will be announced as they are confirmed. Attendance is free; no obligation to purchase a meal.  However, the kitchen will be open for the convenience of those who wish to dine before the events start.  Those intending to dine should notify the restaurant in advance by calling Abril or Renee Sparks at 480-589-0511. Diners should arrive by 6pm to ensure they have completed their meals before 7pm. A Republican voter registration table will be available at each event for the convenience of those who would like to register to vote in the upcoming Presidential election. Abril said she is hoping to attract Hispanics from Aguila, Congress, Morristown, Wittmann, and Yavapai County who support Trump, but have not yet registered to vote.

LD18’s Candidate Forum is scheduled at 7 pm., Thurs., July 14 at the Arizona Community Church, 9325 S Rural Rd, Tempe with candidates for US Congress (CD9), Maricopa County Recorder, Sheriff, Corporation Commission, and Legislative District 18 (Senate and House). Candidate will rotate among small group tables to answer questions. Admission free. Some snacks/water will be available. RSVP to LD18 Third VC Jessica Merrow at or 480-306-2545

LD18 Has Confirmed that these candidates will be in attendance at their July 14 candidate forum:

CD9 – John Agra and Dave Giles

LD18 House – Jill Norgaard and Frank Schmuck

Maricopa County Recorder – Aaron Flannery

Maricopa County Supt of Education – Jana Jackson, Steve Watson and incumbent Don Covey.

Maricopa County Sheriff – Wayne Baker, Don Saban, and Marshall Hill.

AZ Corporation Commission – Bob Burns.

If you received an invite to the event, but do not see your name on the list, please contact Jessica Merrow at  ASAP.  The event will be held at 6:30 pm., July 14 at the Arizona Community Church, 9325 S Rural Rd, Tempe.

July 15

The Tempe Republican Women’s Potluck that is scheduled at 7 pm., Fri., July 15 at 2009 E Caroline Lane in Tempe. Sign up at TRW sign up sheet


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Congressman Paul A. Gosar after successfully passing an amendment blocking funds for sanctuary city policies on the House floor by a vote of 236-182 and attaching it to H.R. 5485, the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2017: “The concept of ‘sanctuary city’ policies is in direct opposition to the Rule of Law and our Constitution. Article 1, Section 8, Clause 4, gives Congress clear jurisdiction on immigration matters. A nation of laws must enforce established law, not seek ways to skirt around it. Sanctuary cities defy federal immigration statutes by harboring untold numbers of illegal immigrants and providing safe havens for criminals, many of whom are violent offenders. Instead of enforcing the law and bringing these rogue municipalities into compliance, the Obama Administration has aided and abetted their circumvention of federal statute. This lawlessness is not only unconstitutional, it has proven to be deadly and put the security of our communities at risk. When the federal government fails to enforce the law, Congress must act to prevent sanctuary city policies that are recklessly endangering their citizens and willfully violating federal law.” See full text of Gosar’s amendment HERE.

Congressman Trent Franks after being appointed by Speaker Paul Ryan to serve on the bipartisan conference committee charged with producing a final National Defense Authorization Act to fund the military and secure the homeland: “I am grateful for the appointment to be a House Republican conferee to work with my colleagues from both chambers to finalize the National Defense Authorization Act. Our military deserves to be equipped with the necessary tools and resources to protect this great national and keep Americans safe home and abroad. The House legislation give the men and women in uniform an increase in pay and caps co-pays for our troops and veterans. These benefits are well deserved for the sacrifices they make day in and day out for all of us. America remains the land of the free because of theses, the brave. I will fight to ensure our military’s readiness issues are adequately resolved – when our troops must pull parts off aircraft in museums to keep their warplanes in the air, something is terribly wrong. I remain committed to ensuring our armed services receive the funding and resources they need to execute the missions we assign them until we send this legislation to President Obama’s desk.”

Congressman Paul A. Gosar today after the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced two separate federal grants had been awarded to the Mohave County Regional Airport Authority to be used at the Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport “I am thrilled that the Department of Transportation responded favorably to the efforts of the Mohave County Regional Airport Authority to improve the airport. The strong leadership displayed by the workers and management at the Laughlin/Bullhead Airport should be applauded for their proactive and aggressive efforts to modernize the airport and increase tourism. In addition to upgrading the airport’s infrastructure through terminal and runway improvements, airport officials have worked closely with the communities in Arizona, Nevada and California to ensure the economic demand is present to support scheduled air service. The assistance provided by these awards are critical to facilitating the overall mission of the airport and will assist with job creation and economic growth by allowing for an easier flow of people, goods and services.” Background: The first Small Community Air Service Development (SCASDP) grant was awarded on June 30, 2016, for the purposes of funding a $ 750,000 revenue guarantee and marketing program to attract new service to Denver, Colorado. The second DOT discretionary grant was awarded on July 7, 2016, for the purposes of funding a $7,516,038 extension and rehabilitation of the airport runway. Gosar submitted a letter in June of 2015 to the Department of Transportation in support of the Mohave County Regional Airport Authority’s application for the SCASDP grant. The full text of that letter can be found HERE.

Congresswoman Martha McSally after the House voted to approve the Conference Report to accompany S.524, the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2016, legislation to combat the nation’s growing opioid epidemic. The bill passed the House 407-5. “Opioid abuse is tearing our communities apart and nobody, no family is immune from its devastating consequences,” said Rep. McSally. “In the face of this epidemic, Congress worked together in a bipartisan, bicameral fashion to put forward commonsense solutions. Today’s bill is a result of that work and will enhance treatment and prevention tools for local communities and expand resources for victims.” On May 12, Rep. McSally spoke on the House floor about the House’s legislation to combat opioid abuse. She also penned an op-ed in the Arizona Daily Star about the legislation’s impacts on Southern Arizona.

Sen Jeff Flake: Big Labor’s Big Obstacle: A federal court ruled to temporarily halt the implementation of the administration’s “persuader rule” which benefits Big Labor by arbitrarily placing costly and onerous mandates on small businesses that consult with attorneys or labor relations experts during union organizing drives. The biased rule would exempt labor unions from those mandates. Prior to the court’s decision, Sen. Flake introduced legislation to permanently halt the persuader rule. Read the full story here.

· Key Takeaway: “Rather than continue to waste taxpayer dollars defending the flawed ‘persuader rule’ on behalf of Big Labor, DOL ought to take its cue from the courts and abandon this attempt to tilt organizing efforts in favor of unions,” said Flake.

We Need a (Fiscal) Hero: The Campaign to Fix the Debt has presented Sen. Flake with its “Fiscal Hero” award to recognize his ongoing efforts to reign in the nation’s $19 trillion national debt. Read the full story here.

· Key Takeaway: “The Members we are recognizing as Fiscal Heroes have worked through a variety of channels to draw attention and find solutions to the nation’s fiscal challenges,” said Maya MacGuineas, Head of the Campaign to Fix the Debt. “Many lawmakers have chosen to bury their heads when it comes to these issues, and we want to recognize those who have been willing to show more courage and leadership.”

FCC’s Double-Standard: Multichannel News is reporting that Sen. Flake wants the FCC to explain why the agency denied his request to give the public more time to submit comments on its controversial broadband privacy rule, only to subsequently grant itself more time to respond those comments. Read the full story here.

· Key Takeaway: “Given the FCC's apparent change of heart, at least a few days’ worth, Flake wanted answers to some questions, including whether the FCC received any formal or informal requests to extend the comment period, and that ‘since the Wireline Competition Bureau previously asserted that it is 'the policy of the Commission that extensions of time shall not be routinely granted,' whether that was still the policy, and if so, why the situation was now not routine.”


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Senator Sylvia Allen: I am against the Recreation Marijuana proposition because :

1.  It will encourage more citizens to use Marijuana increasing use among our children.   Marijuana is addictive. Society pays for it.

2.  The people who financed Medical Marijuana are financing Recreation Marijuana; billions of dollars at stake.  The growers and distributor are funding the campaign to legalize.  If the bill passes they will be FIRST to be given a permit to sale recreation marijuana at the same place they are selling medical marijuana.  The bill will prohibit cities/counties from not allowing the sale of recreation marijuana if the city or county has medical marijuana growing/distribution businesses already established.

3.  The bill states that employers can prohibit the use of marijuana while a person is working and that you cannot drive under the influence, but there is a huge contradiction in bill. “A person may not be penalized by this state for an action taken while under the influence of marijuana or a marijuana product solely because of the presence of metabolites or components of marijuana in the person's body or in the urine, blood, saliva, hair or other tissue or fluid of the person's body ."They have not place language in the bill for exceptions.  With this language employees could sue a employer that fires them over a drug test.   If the state was to try and set a per se limit as we have in alcohol we will be sued.

4.  It is more potent today than the marijuana of the 1960's.  New ways of increasing the potent level of THC is now being put into food, and beverages.  These candies and dessert are very appealing to children and very harmful if consumed.  Colorado is showing a much higher rate of emergency room visits of children. I encourage you to go to the Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy website and read the proposition yourself.  Speak out and help educate your family and friends and then Vote NO!

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