Monday, January 9, 2017

1-9-17 Briefs

Republican Briefs

Editor Frosty Taylor       Web Master John Strasser

The Past Few Days There Has Been A Lot Internal Party Upheaval over whether the Maricopa County Republican Call Letter can legally be sent via e-mail or whether it must be sent via US mail. PCs are supposed to be notified 10 days prior to a Mandatory County meeting. Nevertheless, many Maricopa County Republican PCs still have not received the Call Letter via snail mail or e-mail for the Jan 14 meeting. On top of that, an “informal opinion” issued by the Solicitor General sgo-opinions – is viewed as flawed Naeckel Responds , has been highlighted in a cartoon the-graham-scam, and in Silliness Trying To Trump Common Sense

     For those PCs who are still in the dark, click on Official Call to MCRC Statutory Organizational Meeting where you can read or download the full Call Letter, including agenda, bylaw changes and resolutions proposals, and the proxy form. Credentialing opens at 9 am, closing at 10:30 am for the Saturday meeting scheduled at El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008.

Lynne Breyer, LD23 former Secretary: Obama, Democrats, media and #NeverTrump Republicans proved they just cannot accept election results. In LD23, Sheila Muehling, Boe James, Chris Brant and the Chattering Class along with Robert Graham apparently can't either. Muehling made a serious mis-statement in saying I had destroyed records of an election. Briefs 1-7-17 Hogwash. Let's set the record straight. She is confused because she tried to insert inappropriate language into our Minutes concerning an election she lost. As Secretary, I objected, reminding her that I recorded every meeting along with typing minutes on my laptop so that there was assurance the minutes were accurate. She demanded the recording but I told her the recording was for my benefit on my personal recorder and was right then being overridden recording the current meeting. In fact, the records of the 2014 meeting she mentioned were given to the LD Board and I know for a fact Chairman Jim O'Connor and 1st VC Nancy Ordowski showed those records to Lisa James, the only person who requested that.

     In the current situation, I believe all those mentioned in this message are responsible for the fiasco being crafted by Graham to prevent O'Connor from running for Chairman so that Graham's personal candidate will have a clear field. These are the ones who have colluded with and urged Graham to refuse to seat duly elected State Committeemen. Because of that, all records are now in the hands of attorneys. Not even these people can see them until this case is settled. That should be obvious to all and perhaps they should consider the unintended consequences of their own actions before pointing fingers at the innocent. The Silly Season has become the Illegal Actions Season and is in full swing! Can everyone please just stop being offended about everything and remember our Republican principles!

Tom Morrissey, Former AZGOP Chairman: In the interest of full disclosure, I am supporting whole heartedly Tristan Manos for Maricopa County Chair.  I am also a staunch supporter of Donald Trump.  If you click on the link below, you will see why I feel the way I do and why I am extremely concerned about the direction the Establishment Elite in our party operates. It's really worth a minute of your time to watch the short video. MCRC candidate Chris Herring Dismisses Donald Trump

ICYMI: Due To Conflicting Stories Circulating regarding whether AZGOP Chairman candidate Jim O’Connor carried two (2) or nine (9) proxies to the Dec 1, LD23 Organizational meeting, Briefs requested that newly elected LD23 Chairman Nancy Ordowski and keeper of the election records, recheck the paper work to see how many proxies O’Connor carried and how many ballots he cast. Ordowski has confirmed, for the second time, that O’Connor carried two proxies – one for his wife and one for his son (as previously posted in Briefs).

ICYMI: AZGOP Chairman Jim O’Connor also addresses allegations circulating that he endorsed candidates prior to the primary. LD23 bylaws allow the chairman to speak in behalf of the district in support of select pre-primary candidates –with a 2/3 vote of the PCs ,  See briefs 1-7-17 archives for clarification on the LD23 bylaws.

AZCDL Update: The 2017 Arizona Legislative session will officially convene on Monday, January 9.  Over 1,000 new bills are expected to be filed. AzCDL researches all proposed legislation for language that may impact your right to keep and bear arms.  Relevant bills, and their status, will appear on our Bill Tracking page (updated daily).  In addition to providing links and basic information on legislation, we add our position along with a plain language summary and comments. The first step in a bill becoming law is a committee hearing.  The deadline for hearing bills in committees in their originating chamber (House or Senate) is Fri, Feb 17.  That's a little over a month from now.  It is impossible for every bill filed to get a committee hearing.  We need to make sure the bills we support get the hearing they deserve and will need your help putting pressure on the House and Senate leadership to "remember" to assign bills to committees, committee chairs to "remember" to schedule bills for hearings, and committee members to vote correctly. -Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization.

The Arizona Project will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Jan 9 at 3375 # Shea Blvd., in Phoenix to discuss Gov Doug Ducey’s “State of the State” address and what it means for grassroots citizen. Contact: Chr Ron Ludders 602.677.1496

LD's 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25 & 26 are conducting a combined meeting at 7 pm., Wed., Jan 11 at the Tri-City Baptist Church, main building's sanctuary, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286 to hear from candidates for the Maricopa County Republican Committee and Arizona State Republican Party Governing Board. Volunteers are needed at 6:30 to greet guests. Contact: LD17 Chairman Bill Moll.

The Hwy 69 Republicans & Conservatives will meet at 4:30 pm., Mon., Jan 9 with Chief Deputy David Rhodes at the VFW Post 10227, at 2375 N 4th St in Prescott Valley. $9 perperson. RSVP for seating to June at 928-899-3150 or

The Sun Lakes Republican Club will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., Jan 10 in the Arizona Rm at Sun lakes Country Club, 25601 S Sun Lakes Blvd in Sun Lakes with House Speaker Rep JD Mesnard and VTechnik Corp CEO Jim Woolery to discuss “Polling and Elections: Where Do We From Here?”. Contact Mike Tennant 480-802-0178.

The Surprise Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6:30 pm, Tues., Jan 17 in the Palo Verde Rm of the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 WRH Johnson Blvd in Sun City. AZGOP Chairman candidate Jim O’Connor is scheduled to speak. Raffle prizes include Trump toasting glasses and a conservative based book. The group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month.

The Current Tentative List of 1,235 state committeemen, including nominees not yet formally elected, is here:

Briefs Has Invited All Candidates running for AZGOP and Maricopa County Republican Committee offices, during the January 2017 Mandatory meetings, to submit their candidate announcement or a resume for posting to help PCs get acquainted with the candidates they will vote on. 300 word limit per candidate.

Meet Aaron Flannery, MCRC First Vice Chairman candidate: Flannery is a LD20 precinct committeeman and a former Republican candidate for Maricopa County Recorder (2016). "There is so much potential in our county party, and I am ready to help Maricopa County Republicans win elections in 2018 and beyond," Flannery said. "As I traveled around the county during my campaign for Recorder, I was fortunate to meet many precinct committeemen and members of the Republican grassroots who were giving everything they had for GOP victories in 2016. My journey didn't end how I had planned this past summer, but that experience helped prepare me to direct the MCRC towards becoming a formidable force in future elections. I look forward to taking my message to Maricopa County precinct committeemen." Flannery, a member of Chris Herring’s slate, is an Arizona native and a U.S. Army veteran with graduate degrees in both Business and Public Administration. He is a small business consultant and a licensed foster parent. He lives in Glendale with his wife of 15 years and eight children.

The Colorado River Tea Party meets the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy95 in Yuma. The next meeting is at 6 pm., Thurs., Jan 19 with Sheriff Leon Wilmot. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer 928-210-1219

The Colorado River Tea Party Appreciation BBQ is set between 2-5 pm., Sat., Feb 4 at the American Legion Post 19 honoring Congressman Paul Gosar, Sen Steve Montenegro and Reps Don Shooter and Darin Mitchell.  Volunteers are needed for set up/breakdown, serving food and bringing desserts. Contact: Chairman Sally Kizer, 928-210-1219

The Flagstaff Republican Women is hosting a January Inauguration Party Luncheon/celebration between 11:30 am-1 pm., Thurs., Jan 19 at the Doubletree Hotel, 1175 W Route 66 in Flagstaff to kick off “The Year of the Elephant Stampede”. Prizes for the most patriotically dressed. Wear red, white and blue. Raffle prizes include cash, jewelry, elephants and surprise goodies to inaugural souvenirs. RSVP deadline is Sun., Jan 15 to guarantee a seat. $17 members, $20 non-members, $5 non-lunch attendees. RSVP to or Joan Harris 298-226-0502.

James T. Harris, Tucson Black Republican Radio Talk Show Host, will speak at the combined The Central Republican Women of Phoenix and Arrowhead Republican Women's Club Sat. March 18 luncheon at the Briarwood Country Club in Sun City West.  Details to be announced

Briefs Sent Identical Questions to the three AZGOP Chairman candidates. Their answers will be posted every day until the Jan 28 Mandatory Meeting election. Question #7 Can you give us your best guess as to the percentage of LD, County and State Meetings you have participated in during your time in AZ?

    FRANK THORWALD: I would estimate between 200 - 300 meetingS as to a percentage I have no Idea.

    JIM O’CONNOR: I began attending district PC meetings in 2006 and before becoming a PC I visited one MCRC and one AZGOP annual meetings. For me becoming a PC was on the job training. From 2008 through the end of 2016, I attended almost every LD meeting and all MCRC & AZGOP annual meetings. While Chairman of LD 23 I attended 95% of MCRC monthly EGC meetings, all nine East Valley Chairman evening workshops, and every Executive Committee meeting called between 2010 & 2016 by the State Party Chairman as I served as a member for that six year period.

    JONATHAN LINES: I have taken every role within the Republican Party seriously, and the party has been an integral part of my life and my family’s social structure for as long as I can remember. As such, I attend nearly every GOP meeting in my county, and since first being elected a State Committeemen, I attended every single State Meeting. Furthermore, since being elected the County Chairman, I have attended every single Executive Committee meeting. Given my belief in a strong grassroots infrastructure, I’ve fostered a welcoming environment in Yuma County, where PCs participate not just out of obligation, but out of a sincere love of our party and their fellow conservative activists. For 20 years, I have attended the vast majority of county meetings, and do so as a committed conservative activist and a grassroots leader of a strong and vibrant organization. The Yuma County Party members are our friends and family and our meetings reflect that. While we do take care of County business first, the meetings regularly take on a more familial feel where the spouses and children of our members are welcome to participate as well. We respect the party, we respect the bylaws that govern us, and we respect our fellow Republicans. As State Party Chairman and with the help of the Republican women's groups, YRs, CRs and TARs I hope to bring that same family oriented environment to our entire body.

Briefs Sent MCRC Chairman Candidates identical questions so you can get to acquainted with both candidates. Candidates are limited to 300 words for their response. #4 Why do you want to become the MCRC Chairman?

    CHRIS HERRING: I want to become the MCRC Chairman to make Maricopa County Red Again. Last election cycle we lost both the Sheriff's Office and Recorders Office. We lost 2 Republican legislative seats in the county. In 2015 we saw countless tax increases from school boards, cities, and other tax districts. Most disturbing was the amount of money and attention the liberals like George Soros spent in Maricopa County. Millions of dollars to attack conservatives and push the liberal agenda. Our county party needs a long term strategy for 2018, 2020, and beyond. A strategy that shares our conservative platform with voters and grows the party without compromising our constitutional conservative beliefs. A strategy that raises the funds needed to fight back against the liberal onslaught. And a strategy the recruits more young people to get involved in the party. I believe I can help the county party achieve these things. And when we do every PC will be more equipped and have more resources to elect the candidates they support. The party belongs to the PCs. That's why I am running for chairman.

    TRISTAN MANOS: Seeing the “FAKE NEWS” buzz going around (anyone surprised?), it just goes to show, all the more now, it’s time for America to, as the saying goes: “GET REAL and KEEP IT REAL.” See: President-Elect Donald Trump. We also see a strong movement for “America 1st” and “Make America Great Again,” something I’ve been working for all along. I’m running for MCRC Chairman because it’s an important time for the MCRC to understand, appreciate, and promote this, likewise. You, the MCRC PCs -- each and every one of you -- all bringing something uniquely special to the MCRC, deserve, and must vote for, a REAL, Grassroots, Constitutional, Conservative, Natural-Born Leader who, while others stand down, stands up for you and stands strong for you. Same goes for stands up and stands strong for the Republican Party. I commit to this. Seeing only one candidate running, I (maybe, you, too?) wondered: among all the good MCRC PCs in the ranks who may make for a good Chairman, why is there only one PC running? Whatever happened to a good, challenging, and dynamic competition to bring out the best in us all, for the overall good of the MCRC? After-all, it’s an important part of “The American Way,” right? “We The PCs” deserve better than what was close to being an automatic acclamation (in a way, similar to a coronation?). I saw there was only one person running, who, based upon my own observations, experiences, interactions, and in-plain-sight research, missed the mark over and over (especially where it mattered most, in the Presidential Election, looking more like a follower than a leader). Now, I’m standing up and standing strong for you and for the good of the MCRC. Onward and upward, to higher places and bigger and better things. Campaign Promo Flyer

MCRC candidates for the Jan 14 Mandatory meeting election of officers, according to MCRC Nominating Committee Chairman Raymond Jones:

·         Chairman: Chris Herring  ChrisHerringAZ  and Tristan Manos   tristanmanosmcrc1

·         1st Vice Chairman:  Aaron Flannery

·         Secretary:  Cindy Casaus

·         Treasurer:  Wesley W. Harris


Arizona GOP Candidates for the January 28 Statutory Meeting election of officers (two year terms).  Candidates are:

·         Chairman – Jim O’Connor, Jim O'Connor  &  (Slate:  Sec Gabby Saucedo-Mercer and Treasurer Bob Lettieri.)

·         Jonathan Lines  Jonathan-Lines  (Slate - Sec: Cindy Coleman and Treasurer Eric Morgan.)

·         Frank Thorwald  Frank-Thorwald- (no slate)

·         Secretary Gabby Mercer   Gabriela_Saucedo_Mercer , Cindy Coleman and Marla Festenese.

·         Treasurer – Bob Lettieri   Wes Harris  Bill Beard and Eric Morgan.

Editor’s Note: Candidate announcements or statements are limited to 300 words. If longer, they will be edited to conform to policy.

Attention Republican Group Leaders: If your event announcement is not posted within 24 hours from the time you submitted it - Briefs did NOT receive it. Please resend it to either or – Editor Frosty Taylor

The Mandatory Meeting for all Maricopa County Republican Precinct Committeemen will be held on Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ 85008. Credentialing opens at 9 am and closes at 10:30am.

The AZGOP Mandatory Meeting for all Arizona Republican State Committeemen is scheduled for Sat., Jan 28, 2017 at the Church of the Nations at 6225 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012.

170106-1430 AZRRT Pre-Season Activity, By Jose Borrajero    Please include proper credit when reproducing all or any part of this material. Distribution:  Please forward this to all like-minded individuals in your contact list. Make sure to remove e-mail addresses and use only the Bcc: line to forward message.

    The 2017 session will not officially open until Monday, but already there are 44 House bills and 31 Senate bills introduced, for a total of 75. We are tracking 9 of those bills and have a preliminary opinion. As always, we rely on you the people to let us know which bills to track and how to respond to them. If you do not provide that information, then do not be surprised if we miss bills that interest you and/or suggest actions without considering your input. In the days ahead there will be a lot of activity and we will be providing some very valuable information. In the meantime you may want to download and check out four important articles:

   1. How to send e-mails to all legislators the easy way: E-MAIL LEGISLATORS

   2. How a bill becomes a law – short version: BILL TO LAW - BASIC

   3. How a bill becomes a law – detailed version: BILL TO LAW - ADVANCED

   4. List of all bills already introduced: BILLS-2017

    The following chart contains the bills we are tracking, including the legislators that introduced them and our opinion. Please e-mail legislators using the method described in #1 above. Give your opinion, which, as usual, may agree or disagree with ours. As of today, ALIS/RTS is not available to render committee hearing opinions.


school district tax levy; retention




bonds; levy; net of cash




newspapers; public notices; publication




bonds; disclosure; notice




community college bonds; voter approval




state education board; membership; superintendents




repeal 1998 proposition 105




public records; unduly burdensome requests




state education board; membership; superintendents.





The Annual Capitol Prayer Walk is scheduled at 7 am., Mon. Jan 9 – the opening day of the 2017 legislative session, at the Arizona state Ca[otp;.700 W Washington St. in Phoenix. Participants will meet at the Capitol flagpole. Dress warm, wear comfortable shoes and bring your Bible. Click here information.

The Arizona Republican Assembly (AZRA) will meet at 6:30 pm., Mon., Jan 9 at 408 N. Sacaton St. Ste. II, in Casa Grande with Americans for Prosperity Arizona Field Director Jason Lloyd, AFP – Arizona Field Director who will address AFP accomplishments in 2016. Contact: Nancy Hawkins

The Lincoln Republican Women’s Club Dinner Meeting is scheduled at 6:20 pm., Mon., Jan 9 at the Millennium Resort Scottsdale-McCormick Ranch, 7401 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ, 85253-3548. 5:30 pm – meet & greet, 6 pm meeting; 7pm program with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery address county updates. AZFRW President Loraine Pellegrino will install newly elected officers. $35 per plate. Reservations/checks to Patricia Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250. Contact Kaufman at 480-368-2777 or

LD 29 Republican Committee will meet at 6:30 pm., Jan 9 at Grifols Academy-Plasmapheresis, 5242 W Camelback Rd #101 Glendale AZ 85301. AZGOP chairman candidate Frank Thorwald, and MCRC Chairman candidates Tristan Manos and Chris Herring will address the group. Contact LD Chr Alan Gaugert at 623-330-3622.

The Arizona Project will meet on Mon., Jan 9, since Jan 2 is a legal holiday, according to Chairman Ron Ludders. Gov Doug Ducey's State of the State will be the topic of discussion. They will also vote on “who is the Worst Ever President of the United States "POTUS" and why.” AP meets at 3375 E Shea Blvd #2 in Phoenix. Contact Ludders at 602.677.1496

JAN 10

Coconino County Republican Committee Chairman Jeff Oravits speak to the Mingus Mountain Republicans Club at 11 am., Tues., Jan 10. All Verde Valley Republicans are welcome to attend. Contact:

The Arizona Corporation Commission will meet at 10 am., Tues., Jan 10 and Wed., Jan 11 in Hearing Room One, 1200 West Washington Street, 1st Floor in Phoenix.

ASU Students At The Walter Cronkite School Of Journalism and Mass Communication are airing Hooked Rx: From Prescription to Addiction - a special investigative report on Arizona’s alarming rise in prescription opioid abuse, on every broadcast TV station and most radio outlets across Arizona on Jan 10 beginning at 5pm in Spanish and 6:30pm in English. More information

JAN 11

LD17 PC Training will be offered at 6 pm., Wed., Jan 11 in the  Student Conference Rm.102 at Tri-City Baptist Church 2211 W. Germann Rd. Chandler, AZ . Contact: Chairman Bert Moll

LD's 12, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25 & 26 are conducting a combined meeting at 7 pm., Wed., Jan 11 at the Tri-City Baptist Church, main building's sanctuary, 2211 W. Germann Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286 to hear from candidates for the Maricopa County Republican Committee and Arizona State Republican Party Governing Board. Volunteers are needed at 6:30 to greet guests. Contact: LD17 Chairman Bill Moll.

Grassroots Patriots Will Meet at the IHOP Restaurant, 6601 W Peoria Ave in Glendale instead of Denny’s restaurant on Jan 11. Order food at 6 pm., mtg at 6:30 pm. Grassroots Tea Party Activists Scheduled speakers:

  • Jan 11 - Southwestern Regional Coordinator Heritage for America Nathan Duel.
  • Jan 18 - Activist Nohl Rosen speaking on helping Police officers.
  • Jan 25 – LD13 Rep Darin Mitchell addressing new plans for Arizona

JAN 12

The Arizona Republican Assembly (AzRA) is hosting the Thurs., Jan 12 “PC Day at the Capitol.” Lunch will be provided on the lawn in front of the Senate Building from 10am -2pm.

The ASU College Republicans will meet at 6:30 pm., Thur., Jan 12 at BAC324 to discuss their acitivities for the spring semester, reflect on last semester and activism. RSVP:

Jan 14

The Maricopa County Republican Statutory Meeting is scheduled Jan 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shriner’s Auditorium, 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008, not the Polly Rosenbaum Building, as originally announced. Contrary to reports, the Shriner’s auditorium has NOT been renamed the Polly Rosenbaum Building. They are located on the opposite sides of metropolitan Phoenix, so be sure you are heading for the Shriner’s Auditorium. You don’t want to arrive late for credentials registration.

Rae Chornenky, LD22 Chairwoman: There will not be the regular monthly meeting of Legislative District 22 in January, 2017.  Instead, we will all convene at the Maricopa Statutory Meeting on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at the El Zaribah Shrine at 552 N. 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Credentialing begins at 9:00 a.m. and the Call to order will be 10:30 a.m.  All PCs in Maricopa County are to attend this meeting.  New county officials will be elected and other business will be conducted. The State Statutory Meeting which only our LD 22 elected State Committeemen attend will be on Saturday, January 28, 2017.  State officers will be elected at this meeting. Please plan to attend the January 14, 2017 meeting.


· Call-For-Arms, Winter-Blood-Drive-Seeks-To-Erase-Shortages

· Hunting Guide, Client Wounded On Mx Border

· New Diagnostic Lab In Tucson Aims For High-Complexity Testing

· McCain, Graham Warn Trump To Get Tough On Russia

· The-Graham-Scam-Sundays-Comic

· Brnovich, Mesnard, Graham-Use-Government-Resources-For-Petty-Party-Politics

· Wes Harris KO's Jonathan Lines

· David-Schweikert-Named To Congressional House-Ways-And-Means-Committee

· Hypocrite McCain Holds Hearings On Cyber Security

· Silliness Trying To Trump Common Sense Robert Graham Debunked

· DeConcini-Port-Of-Entry-Closed-To-Cars-Traffic-Due-To-Protesters

· Want-A-Free-Ticket-To-The-Waste-Management-Phoenix-Open; Get-Over-Your-Fear-Of-Needles Blood Donors Needed

· Hands-Off-Arizona-Cities-Stanton

· Higher-Minimum-Wage-Might-Mean-Less-Money-Schools-Lawmakers-Say

· Education, Taxes; How Bold Will Ducey Be?

· Last Minute Power Grab — Obama Federalizes Elections

· Navajo Nation Faces Possible Plant, Mine Closure

· Auto Industry's Relationship With Trump Takes Dramatic Turn

· Even-More-Evidence-Obama-Birth-Certificate-Fake

· Pharmaceuticals-End-Up-In-Water-Supply-Better-Tracking-Suggested



· Yes, We Can Pay For The Wall

· Hypocrite McCain Holds Hearings On Cyber Security

· Silliness Trying To Trump Common Sense

· What’s Going On With The AZ GOP?


· MCRC Chairman Candidate, Chris Herring, In His Own Words

· A View For The New Year

· Wes Harris KO's Jonathan Lines

· AZGOP Party Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary to be Elected Jan 28th

· Silliness Trying To Trump Common Sense

· Why Are GOPe RINOs Afraid Of Jim O'Connor?


· 115th-US-Congress-Leaders-Daily

· Jim-O’Connor-Candidate-For-AZGOP-Chairman


· State Board Of Education Ignores Governor, Parents, And Own Policy; Rubber Stamps Common Core For Another 7 Years

· Why Are Comments From Achieve, Inc. All Over Arizona's Redline Version Of The ELA And Math Standards?

· Duke Pesta On Common Core – Six Years Later


· The Criminal Arrogance Of Hillary Clinton

· Bill-Whittle-Explains-The-Real-History-Of-The-Democratic-Party


· GOP Congress Begins Taking Back Their Rightful Power


· Trump's Warning About Gitmo Ignored By Obama

· Trump Pushes Biggest Navy Expansion Since Cold War

· Trump Better Be Serious About Border Security Promises

· Trump Plans To Streamline U.S. Intelligence Agencies

· Al-Aqsa Imam Threatens War If Donald Trump Moves U.S. Embassy To Jerusalem

· Spicer: Media Doesn’t Treat Trump With Respect, Cheers On Democrats

· Trump: Only 'Stupid People' Don't Want A Good Relationship With Russia

· Trump Takes Victory Lap After Supporter Wins Ohio GOP Chair

· California Hires Eric Holder In Anti-Trump Publicity Stunt


· Clinton Aide: Hillary Never Running For Anything Again


· Democrats Launch Effort to Keep Trump off 2020 Ballot


· Photo Evidence Reveals Ft. Lauderdale Shooter Is A Muslim Terrorist


· FBI Exposed For Letting Child Predators Walk Free Just To Keep Its Hacking Tool Secret

· FBI Knew About Ft. Lauderdale Islamic State Jihadist For 4 Months - Investigated For Child Porn Years Ago


· Turbans and Beards Coming to US Army


· GOP Congress Begins Taking Back Their Rightful Power


· Holiday Sales Abysmal: Macy’s, Sears, And Kmart Announce Over 200 Store Closings And 10,000+ Layoffs Nationwide


· Army-Mom-Goes-To-Doctor-For-An-Itch-Nothing-Could’ve-Prepared-Her-For-The-News-She-Was-About-To-Get


· Leaked Tapes Reveal John Kerry Admission That US Was Pulling For ISIS In Syria, Russia Fighting Terror


· Joe Biden: Democrats Must Give Trump's Supreme Court Nominee A Vote


· Barack Obama Is Entitled To His Own Opinion, But Not His Own Facts