Friday, June 3, 2016

6-3-16 Briefs

Republican Briefs 

Editor Frosty Taylor    Web Master John Strasser


Secretary of State Michele Reagan has developed a new webpage consolidating more than 200 Primary candidates onto one convenient site –candidate bios, contact information, financial disclosure statements and links to official nomination paperwork. It has ability to request digital copies of candidate petitions within 24 hours free of charge.  “We created this site to provide voters an easy way to connect with the candidates they’ll see on the ballot in August,” said Reagan.  “I’m especially pleased with the new accelerated system of processing candidates and the digitization of their filings.  With the elimination of printing costs associated with petitions and other paperwork, people should be better able to inform themselves without bureaucratic red tape, costs and senseless hurdles.  We live in a digital age, it is time government acted like it.” The improvement comes on heels of numerous other technological enhancements made by Reagan as she continues to improve accessibility by transitioning the Department of State from paper to pixels.  The site can be easily accessed by visiting www.Arizona.Vote. Early voting begins for the primary on August 3, 2016. 

LD25 Sen candidate Itasca Small: Although we came-up short on signatures, we will continue my run for the state senate as an official write-in candidate.

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LD16 Sen candidate Warren Petersen reports that yard signs for the team of Eddie Farnsworth and Travis Grantham are now available.

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The Daisy Mountain Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm, June 7 at the Anthem Civic Building 3701 W Anthem Way in Anthem. Speakers include RNC National Committeeman Bruce Ash, who is also the RNC Rules Committee Chair for the National Republican Convention and newly elected RNC National Committeewoman Lori Klein-Corbin, a former Arizona State Senator. Any candidates interested in speaking to the DMTP is invited to attend the Aug 2 or Aug 16 meeting. Contact: Chairman Vera Anderson at 602-821-4675 OR to get on the schedule before the August Primary.

LD30 PC Timothy Schwartz: Could you please continue listing this event in your briefs until June 7th, if space allows? We have received checks in the mail that we've traced back to your readers. Thanks for your service!

LD30 Is Hosting A Family Fun Day/BBQ featuring US Senate candidate Kelli Ward between 1-2:30 pm., Sat, June 11 at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall (corner 58th Drive/Palmaire, N of Glendale Ave. Early pay $7 includes a brisket sandwich on a Sesame Seed bun, fire roasted corn on the cob, mild green chile ranch beans, homemade peach cobbler and punch. RSVP by June 7 to get the special price. $9 after deadline. Reservation to or call (623) 522-7359. Checks to LD30 Republicans, PO Box 57321, Phoenix, AZ 85079-7321.

The Paradise Republican Women will meet at 11 am., Sat., June 11 at Gainey Golf Club , 7600 E Gainey Club Drive in Scottsdale to hear Cheryl Todd, Owner and co-host of Gun Freedom Radio talk about how the Second Amendment can be a powerful vehicle to drive voters to the polls. Todd is the owner of, Pop Of Gold Estate Auctions, a lifetime NRA members and holds a degree in psychology. Cyndee Harding, a NRA certified instructor, and owner/designer of Cyndee’s Conceal Carry Purses, will have her purses on display. Reservations required. $30 per person. Tickets! Social at 10:30 am., Lunch at noon.

Republican Women Interested in joining the Paradise Republican Women should contact contact Anna Morrison, VP Membership, at or 623-234-3717.

The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon, June 6 at 3375 E Shea Blvd., in Phoenix to discuss “All Things Reagan,” according to Chairman Ron Ludders. They will review and contrast Obama's policy on dealing with terrorists vs Reagan's. Ted Hayes will be in town next week for a Thursday, June 9, 6:30pm at the Arizona Project Office. Contact Ludders at 602.677.1496

Photos: Flash of light, loud boom over Phoenix skies likely a meteor An expert in meteorites says a bright flashing light and loud boom over the skies in metro Phoenix looks like a single meteor burning up as it entered the Earth's atmosphere at thousands of miles per hour. Radar footage shows that meteorites - black rocks ranging in size from a pea to a grapefruit - may have fallen to the ground early Thursday near the eastern Arizona community of Cibecue, said Laurence Garvie, curator of the Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University. Read full article »

Arizona Joins Texas in Lawsuit to Stop Federal OverreachU.S. Departments of Justice and Education have issued statements requiring public schools that receive federal funding to allow transgender students to use whatever restroom or locker room they wish, based on how they identify their gender. Arizona receives anywhere from 10% to 15% of its total revenues for K-12 education from the federal government. This is about $1.1 billion annually.

ATTN PCS: An i360 training session is scheduled at AZGOP Headquarters between 9 am and noon June 4. RSVP to Data Director, Will Smith

ATTN PCS: In case you didn’t receive this notification, Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer says this notice went out two weeks ago: If you do not get your Precinct Committeeman forms turned in at a Maricopa County Recorder's office by 5 pm, June 1 - but still want to be a PC, you may fill out and turn in a “write – in” form that must be notarized, but no petition with 10 signatures is needed to accompany it. No PCs may be appointed between now and January of 2017. Write-in Nomination Form

A First Amendment Forum at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is scheduled June 3 in Phoenix in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles . Bolles was fatally injured on June 2, 1976, when a remote-controlled dynamite bomb exploded under his car. To commemorate his legacy of investigative and watchdog journalism, The Republic will host a special Arizona Storytellers Project show Friday, June 3. Doors at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. at 555 N. Central Ave. Phoenix. Free with registration. Parking is free at Republic Media garage at 2nd and Taylor streets. Details: Suggested $12 donation, all of which will go to Investigative Reporters & Editors, based in Columbia, MO. IRE is a journalism leadership and training organization founded as a direct result of Bolles’ death. The event will be emceed by Republic columnist Ed Montini and Storytellers Project founder Megan Finnerty. Story tellers ill include former Republic journalist Earl Zarbin, who worked with Bolles; former Republic community affairs director Bill Shover, who visited Bolles daily in the hospital after the bombing; as well as current Republic investigative reporters Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Dennis Wagner.

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Fighter jets from the Navy Blue Angels and the Air Force Thunderbirds crashed in separate incidents. The Blue Angels FA-18 Hornet went down in Tennessee, a Navy official said. A Rutherford County official said one person died as a result of a plane crash there. The Thunderbirds F-16 crashed in Colorado after a U.S. Air Force Academy commencement ceremony attended by President Barack Obama. A spokesman for the academy said the plane went down far from the ceremony and the pilot safely ejected. Obama later met with the pilot.

McCain Senate Campaign Resorts to Misleading Attacks to Fend Off Conservative Challenger Kelli Ward, a conservative state legislator and physician challenging five-term senator John McCain in the Republican primary, has little statewide name recognition -- but McCain is so unpopular she is nevertheless virtually tied with him in polls. She has her work cut out for her though. McCain is spending millions to defeat her, and stooping to misleading attack ads to get the job done. Full Story>>

House Speaker Paul Ryan Says He's Voting For Presumptive GOP Nominee Donald Trump. Ryan sparked a political firestorm last month when he told CNN's Jake Tapper he was "just not ready" to back his party's nominee. In an op-ed for the Janesville Gazette of Janesville, WI, Ryan says he is now convinced Trump will advance the Republican agenda. "I feel confident he would help us turn the ideas in this agenda into laws to help improve people's lives. That's why I'll be voting for him this fall," Ryan wrote. "It's no secret that he and I have our differences," he added. "I won't pretend otherwise. And when I feel the need to, I'll continue to speak my mind. But the reality is, on the issues that make up our agenda, we have more common ground than disagreement."

Nearly-900-People-Killed-On-Arizona Roads Last Year, the Arizona Department of Transportation reports. The 895 deaths in 2015 is an increase of 121 people killed from the year before. ADOT is seeing an increase in deaths due to preventable causes. In 2015, 313 people killed were not using a seat belt, car seat or other safety device - an 18% increase from the prior year. "One death will always be too many, and there are things all drivers can do to reduce the number of crash deaths, starting with buckling up, obeying speed limits and reducing speed when conditions warrant,” ADOT Director John Halikowski said. 300 people died in a crash where speed was a factor, a 25.5% increase. An additional 295 people killed in alcohol-related incidents, up nearly a 10% from 2014. "It's tragic and frustrating to see increases in fatalities involving impaired driving," Alberto Gutier, director of the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety said. "We'll never stop efforts to get people to do the right thing, including arranging for a designated driver. And we'll fully back law enforcement and their dedication to getting impaired drivers off the road." In fatal crashes last year, 16.2% of drivers had been drinking, while 4.8% of drivers in fatal crashes appeared to be under the influence of drugs. The number of motorcycle fatalities rose in 2015 to 134, up from 128 from 2014. According to the report, 38% of motorcycle riders involved in fatal accidents were speeding. Despite fewer crashes involving pedestrians in 2015, more of them were killed. ADOT said 161 died in 2015, whereas 155 died in 2014. The biggest decline from 2014 to 2015 was the number of crashes involving bicyclists. In 2014, there were 1,744 bicycle-related crashes, compared to the 1,434 in 2015.The number of deaths in bicycle-related incidents, 29, remained the same from 2014 to 2015.

Weekly Jobless Claims Fell by 1,000 to 267,000 last week. That came in lower than the estimate for 270,000. The prior week was unchanged at 268,000.

173,000 People Were Added To Private Sector Payrolls in May, according to the payroll processing frim ADP. The estimate was for 175,000. April payrolls were revised higher by 10,000 to 166,000.

In The Latest Series from Imagine. Share. Impact., Steve Forbes, editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, discusses what is at stake in the 2016 election and the three largest issues facing the US -- healthcare, taxes, and the federal reserve. In the second, five-minute video, Forbes addresses the political issues facing our tax system and the necessity of implementing the flat tax: "The thing to hammer home is that taxes are not just a means of raising revenue, they are also a price and a burden." Watch Video Here:

The Most Politically Incorrect Candidate Since Reagan Yet, when the most politically incorrect plain-talker since Ronald Reagan entered the GOP primaries and became the 2016 GOP presidential nominee, many who had been complaining about political correctness for years seemed all of a sudden, turned-off by his plain-talk...

Most Voters Favor 'Blues Lives Matter' Law in Their State Louisiana last week became the first state to enact a so-called "Blue Lives Matter" law which classifies attacks on police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel as hate crimes. Most voters favor laws that designate certain acts of violence as hate crimes and agree that police and first responders should be protected under those laws. Read More

Hillary Clinton Bashed Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Views On Thursday in a fiery address casting the presumptive GOP nominee as an unstable lightweight unfit to be president. Clinton called Trump's national security ideas "a series of bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies. This is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes," she declared, claiming Trump could start a war just because somebody "got under his very thin skin. The election in November, she said, "is a choice between a fearful America that is less secure and less engaged with the world, and a strong America that leads to keep us safe and our economy going."

U.S. Department of Education's Major Accomplishment: Staggering Illiteracy. After 37 years and trillions of dollars "invested" in our children, here is a short list of some "achievements":   1) There are six million students in the California school system, and 25% of those students are unable to perform basic reading skills.  2) 50% of adults cannot read a book written at an eighth grade level.  3) 45 million adults are functionally illiterate and read below a 5th grade level.  4) 3 out of 4 people on welfare can't read.  5) 20% of Americans read below the level needed to earn a living wage.  6) School dropouts cost our nation $240 billion in social service expenditures and lost tax revenues.  7) 3 out of 5 people in American prisons can't read.  8) Approximately 50% of Americans read so poorly that they are unable to perform simple tasks such as reading prescription drug labels.


June 3

Team Gosar is hosting a Happy Hour featuring Congressman Paul Gosar at a Happy House between 5:30-7 pm., Fri., June 3 at The Vig, 4041 N 40th St., in Phoenix. Complimentary beer, wine and appetizers provided. Contact: Tom Van Flein at

A First Amendment Forum at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is scheduled June 3 in Phoenix in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles Bolles was fatally injured on June 2, 1976, when a remote-controlled dynamite bomb exploded under his car. To commemorate his legacy of investigative and watchdog journalism, The Republic will host a special Arizona Storytellers Project show Friday, June 3. Doors at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. at 555 N. Central Ave. Phoenix. Free with registration. Parking is free at Republic Media garage at 2nd and Taylor streets. Details: Suggested $12 donation, all of which will go to Investigative Reporters & Editors, based in Columbia, MO.

June 4

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet with Maricopa Superior Court Clerk Michael Jeanes on Sat, June 4 in the Quail Room of the Sun City West Foundation Bldg, 14465 R.H. Johnson, Sun City West. Doors open at 8am for coffee/donuts. Meeting starts at 8:30 am. $2 donation requested to help pay for room rent. Jeanes is the official record keeper and fiduciary agent for Superior Court and is responsible for leading an organization of more than 650 employees, supporting 157 judges and commissioners, serving a constituency of over 4 million, and operating an Office that serves one of the fastest growing and largest counties in the nation. There will be no July or August meetings. Resume on Sat., Sep 3. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chairlady, 623-214-8010.

A Constitution Study Group is offering five lessons between 2-3:30 pm., Saturdays, June 4, 11, 18, 25 and July 9 at American Family Education, 4833 E Southern with instructors Verl Farnsworth, Sarah Rowse, Adrienne Weiss, Bonnie Rodge. RSVP: To Study guide Verl Farnsworth (480) 204-0964 or One Time $5 donation covers: Constitution Booklet and Workbook. Repeat classes free of charge.

June 7

The Surprise Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., June 7 in the Grand Canyon room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West, AZ 85375. Public Welcome. Contact: Chairman John Madeira

The Pima County Quail Creek Republican Club will meet Fri., June 17. Contact: Rick Miller at 520-344-8577 or

June 9

The Arizona Republican Lawyers Association 11:50 am, June 9 lunch will feature former Mesa Mayor and Interim CEO of Valley Metro Scott Smith at Gallagher & Kennedy, 2575 E Camelback Road in Phoenix. $20 for members. $35 for non-members. Check in-11:30 am RSVP: If you would like to be recognized for an achievement or make an announcement to the group, please make a note in your RSVP.

June 11

LD30 Is Hosting A Family Fun Day/BBQ featuring US Senate candidate Kelli Ward between 1-2:30 pm., Sat, June 11 at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall (corner 58th Drive/Palmaire, N of Glendale Ave. Early pay $7 includes a brisket sandwich on a Sesame Seed bun, fire roasted corn on the cob, mild green chile ranch beans, homemade peach cobbler and punch. RSVP by June 7 to get the special price. $9 after deadline. Reservation to or call (623) 522-7359 . Checks to LD30 Republicans, PO Box 57321, Phoenix, AZ 85079-7321.

The Gila County Republican Party has scheduled a grand opening at 10 am., Sat., June 11 at their new headquarters building, 307 South Beeline Highway, (east side to the road, behind the Buffalo Bar and Grill). Elected Republican officials and candidates from throughout the County and Legislative District 6 have been invited and the public is welcome to join the event. The headquarters serves a number of purposes. First, the facility provides a location for the public to visit and register to vote. Additionally, the public can also pick up Republican candidate campaign literature such as bumper stickers, yard signs etc. Second, the headquarters can be used by any declared Republican elected official or candidate for office to conduct meetings, meet and greets and other campaign activities. The facility will be operational through the General election. The Republican Headquarters is open week days from 9AM to 5 PM. Gila County also has a second headquarters in Globe, operated by the Cobra Valley Republican Club. Contact: Gary P. Morris, Chairman; Gila County Republican Committee 602-803-7366.

Tempe Republican Women President Jessica Merrow has called a special meeting to be conducted between 11 am – 2 pm., during the June 11 luncheon, in which the proposed Bylaws Amendments will be voted on. Purchase tickets for the event planned at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport in Tempe. $25 per TRW members and associate members before June 8. $30 for guests. All tickets #35 after June

The Tempe Republican Women June 11 Luncheon features Ward Connerly, founder and the chairman of the American Civil Rights Institute, a national non-profit organization in opposition to racial and gender preferences. He is considered to be the man behind California's Proposition 209 prohibiting race and gender-based preferences in state hiring, contracting and state university admissions, a program formerly known as affirmative action. $25 for members of associates of any AzFRW Club. $30 for guests. $35 for purchases after 6/8/16. Tickets available: ward-connerly

The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald J. Trump for President Committee will meet at 2 pm., Sat., June 11 at the home of Duckhee and Jack Pierson, 385 Cross Creek Circle, Cross Creek Ranch, Sedona, AZ  86336. Seating is limited. Gate Code will be given when RSVP. Bring a clipboard, paper and pen. RSVP:  Brenda Dickinson at (928) 772-2835 or (928) 925-1549.


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Sen John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew yesterday expressing concern about the selective enforcement of sanctions imposed on Russia in response to its invasion of Crimea. In the letter, McCain urges the Treasury Department to ensure that no federal tax dollars are being used to benefit any entity owned or controlled by any individual sanctioned by the United States, particularly with regard to the procurement of rocket engines for military space launches. “When examining the organizational structure of Roscosmos after Putin’s recent restructuring initiative, it becomes abundantly clear that we are funneling U.S. taxpayer dollars to a Russian space agency that is financed by a sanctioned Russian bank, which is owned by a sanctioned Russian defense company, and which is controlled by a sanctioned Russian CEO, who also happens to be a close personal friend of Vladimir Putin,” writes McCain. “Why, then, is Russia’s space industry receiving such disparate treatment, especially in light of how it is financed and controlled?”

Congresswoman Martha McSally: Just the other week, the President signed into law my legislation to restore inurnment rights to the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) who were denied the right to have their ashes laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery. These women stepped up to serve during a time of our nation's greatest need. They left their homes and families to fly missions in WWII — where they performed critical tasks that freed up others to fight on the frontlines, and today, only roughly 110 WASPs remain. Five months ago, when I learned about the policy keeping the WASPs out of Arlington, I knew something needed to be done, and fast. I joined with Senator Joni Ernst in the Senate to build bipartisan support in both chambers of Congress. After keeping the pressure on for just under twenty straight weeks, we got unanimous votes in the House and Senate and our bill was signed on Friday, May 20th. With this law, Americans for generations to come will learn about the pioneering role the WASPs played in our military history. I am proud of the work done on behalf of these women who served their country — and I'm extremely grateful to Senator Joni Ernst for leading on this issue in the Senate and helping get this legislation signed into law. As a veteran combat pilot of the United States Air Force, I knew and looked up to many of these amazing women during my service. They served as role models, mentors, and friends, and I will be forever grateful for all that they did. As a freshman member of Congress, being able to put legislation on the President's desk is not an easy task — but I'm dedicated to fixing problems when I see them. I look forward to being a leader in Congress and doing what's right for all Americans.


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CD1 candidate David Gowan: June is here, and the campaign season is heating up! We’ve been incredibly busy on the trail in recent weeks, meeting so many great people all across the district who share our determination to take back Washington and restore and defend American liberty. I’d like to share a few of the highlights. On May 21st I was humbled to take part in the Armed Forces Day Parade in Flagstaff, honoring our current service men and women. I had the opportunity to meet with hundreds of voters, with many chats centered on our gratitude for those sacrificing to protect our freedoms and how we must stand with them. It is so important that we restore our military’s strength and readiness, and give our veterans the high-quality care they need and have earned through their service. A few days later I attended a board meeting of the Arizona Commerce Authority, held at my alma mater – the University of Arizona. This gathering included Governor Ducey and many major business leaders, with discussions centered around the state’s current economic growth and the needs of southern Arizona businesses. I am proud to have helped secure key spots for rural Arizona on this board as Speaker of the House, giving greater voice to our region. We’ve also spent a lot of time door-knocking over the last couple weeks to meet voters face to face – I may be due for a new pair of shoes soon! If you’d like to learn more about how you can get involved and make Washington “Respect the West!” – or if there is a special event your community that you’d recommend I attend – please contact me at


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Senator Sylvia Tenney Allen: President Obama's recent directive requiring schools to comply with gender neutral bathrooms and locker rooms with the threat of losing federal funding has caused schools unnecessary stress and turmoil and is another example of how out of touch progressive liberal Democrats really are. You have got to be kidding!  Who uses which bathroom is the most important issue for the President of the United States to get involved in?  You would think that terrorism and the rising national debt would be enough to keep President Obama busy. President Obama and his administration have once again injected the federal government into what is a state’s responsibility. With a stroke of a pen, President Obama thinks that the Justice Department can override commonsense. He does not have the authority to change hundreds of years of social civility by overriding and redefining natural biology. Again, President Obama is throwing our schools into an unnecessary conflict with the federal government and attacking our parents and families.  I’d like to remind the President of the other two branches of government and the 10th amendment, which he too often forgets. I, along with other legislators, have been receiving emails from constituents troubled by this overreach of President Obama.  I signed on to a letter authored by Representative Robert Thorpe which was sent to Governor Doug Ducey, Superintendent of Schools Diane Douglas and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, stating our concern and asking them to make a constitutional finding concerning this and to help our state stand against this abuse of federal power.

Quoting from that letter Dated May 20, 2016: "Article I, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution makes it perfectly clear that Congress has the sole Federal legislative authority. Due to our nation’s long established separation of powers, legislative authority cannot be exercised by the Executive, including the President, the Attorney General or any other member of the Executive branch. There are no Federal laws stating that schools must provide these accommodations for transgender students, and there have been no court rulings upholding the Obama administration’s current “opinion” concerning this matter.

"Please understand that this is not a moral issue, it is a legal state’s rights issue, and as a sovereign state, Arizona is protected by the 10th Amendment and thus is under no legal obligation to provide these accommodations merely based upon the suggestion, or coercion, of the Obama administration.

"Under the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, for example, for a law to be enacted requiring public schools within the states to provide these accommodations for transgender students, both Houses of Congress must first pass a constitutional law that is in pursuance of the

U.S. Constitution and does not exceed the limited enumerated powers of Congress, the President must sign it, and it must withstand legal challenges and judicial review."

The answer is for the states to stand up and say NO!   Sorry, but you cannot tell us to make this change.  Our children have a right to their privacy, their safety and their normal modest sensibilities. I applaud recent actions of Superintendent Douglas and Attorney General Brnovich to join the lawsuit to fight back against the unconstitutional mandates from an ever growing and intrusive federal government! – Sen Sylvia Tenney Allen, President Pro Tempore

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